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"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:18 min | Last month

"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on KGO 810

"We're going to do a deep dive into paying for healthcare because that can be a really big portion of some of these high costs In fact it's one of the top three costs for retirees healthcare costs have just been growing it well above the rate of inflation for quite some time half of Americans aged 50 to 64 are worried that they're not going to be able to afford healthcare after they retire And so Jason we have two groups of people here We have people who qualify for Medicare and we have people who don't qualify for Medicare because they're too young What are the options for someone who wants to retire before Medicare kicks in at 65 We want to look at that 62 year old and go what is this next three years look like So if they came from a workplace plan they'll have access to cobra But cobra really only covers them for 18 months and it may be very expensive They can also look to healthcare dot gov to look at the Affordable Care Act to look at that pricing structure They can also consider if they have a spouse jumping on their spouses work benefits Yeah now that's interesting My husband has been in this situation for the past few years He retired before age 65 And we ran this scenario What would it cost him to cobra versus what would it cost him to go on my plan and then when he turned 65 we ran the cost of staying on my plan against the cost of Medicare and he decided to stay on my coverage because did his income it's actually cheaper When we're looking at whatever the expenses are we also have to think about where are those sources coming from because where you take the money out impacts the potential costs We're looking at how do we keep income low enough to keep getting the tax credits for Affordable Care Act but at the same time where are we getting the money from Is it IRA Is it Roth Is it their brokerage account to really say how do we fill this need but at the same time be worried about Affordable Care Act incomes worried about whatever their marginal bracket is and also worry about what that threshold is of Medicare for the armor rules as well So once you go on Medicare it gets very tricky if you're still earning money Medicare doesn't cost the same for all people You have to pay something called an Irma which is a fee that's added to your premium amount depending on how much income you have Can you explain that So yeah the armor is really effectively a two year look back So if you're starting Medicare today it's looking at your 2020 and 2021 income determined are you paying a premium above and beyond your normal part being part D And I think this year's number is a $178,000 for a couple So if a couple made a $180,000 that person who's starting B is going to see an increase in their part B premiums and if they sign up for part D they're going to see an increase in their part D they do have a form though that the erma form says if you have some big changes work stoppage divorce death things like that They'll say we get it We're not going to ding you because of these special rules Are there things that you can do in the years leading up to Medicare enrollment that can help get rid of these Irma fees Yeah you can just be aware of how you're taking income for an example is if you're need money out of your IRA for example maybe you split it between tax years right So if you say if I'm taking out some number in my IRA and I don't need it all today if you take out some before December 31st and then another piece let's say on January 1st you've split the tax year and thereby potentially reducing that Irma threshold That's a good strategy It's a complicated strategy I think which is why I mean it just seems Jason that this is another time where if you're not really in the know about the nuances you talk to a planner and if you have a planner fantastic if you don't have a planner you can go to plan EFE dot com and talk to one of the planners from Edelman financial engines They're there to help You certainly don't want to be navigating this while you're in the middle of some kind of issue that requires you to start paying for more money for healthcare We're now going to turn a corner and look at whether you should consider creating a living trust as part of your estate plan What's a living trust versus a will What are the components of it And why do you need them A living trust is basically a document that goes along with a will And you move your assets into this trust It's a revocable trust as compared to an irrevocable trust which is very hard to say but basically what it means is that you can change it while you're alive And you move your assets into this trust you select a trustee quite often it's you to manage it along with somebody to manage it if you're not able to And it's basically a way to avoid probate Also it's private I remember when Jackie Kennedy Onassis died all the details of her will became public and we could open The New York Times and we could read about everything that was said And if she had had a living trust which weren't as popular then none of those things would have been public So Jason when it comes to who needs one and who doesn't need one what are your thoughts I tend to look at the option on complexity right So I would say those attend any trust are those with blended families large estates properties and different states concerns with kids things like that So those are usually really good trust candidates It doesn't a will help you avoid probate I mean isn't that the whole point of a will you name who gets what and then boom you die and everyone gets what they're supposed to get Now unfortunately the will still causes your state to go through probate and like gene talked about It makes it a public affair Probate in some states is very very simple but probate in other states is really complicated And if you own property in a couple of places then you have to go through two different probate processes You and I have talked a lot soledad about how not enough people have wills So how do we to this day Honestly come on people It's like the bare minimum It takes no time at all And honestly you're not really protecting your family members if you if something devastating happens Well you're not protecting your kids either I mean a will is the only document that allows people to name guardians for their kids And so if you don't have a will you have not named guardians and I just think that's unconscionable So get a will We were talking earlier obviously about cognitive decline A living trust help when that starts happening can that be protective Well absolutely and that's the unique thing about the trust that the trust begins its relationship starting day one to really the trust should have other pieces in there which are power of attorney medically and financially the advanced directives all those things And using Nora's example is allowing her sister to talk on their father's financial ability is probably a priority But if you don't have those documents if someone's in cognitive decline it's much harder to create those diagnoses because you have to have the faculty to be able to sign those documents I really like having these trust documents and going through them It was really I thought it was really helpful Creating the trust is one piece of it the next piece is funding the trust And sometimes what I found is this is the piece that's lacking So I have client to go through the trouble of creating a trust and maybe they did it themselves they fail to fund the trust which means putting the assets title in the name of the trust to actually have things owned by the trust because the trust is really a separate relationship that if it's not owned by the trust it potentially goes through probate creating the trust is one funding the trust a second talking to the successor trustees letting them know third component And when you're talking about moving assets into trust we're really talking about everything We're talking about houses We're talking about brokerage accounts We're really the goal is to move as much as you can into the trust once you set it up so that it does bypass probate Exactly So if every asset outside of maybe retirement accounts are owned by the trust the trustee has easier access to everything And what I found is a lot of times clients go through the funding process and then they open some side bank account or they did something on their own and that small account creates some headache for the executor because if it doesn't have the name of the trust it's potentially going through probate If.

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"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

03:13 min | 9 months ago

"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on The Moth

"Gaddafi and that visit is in about six weeks so just to backup for anybody who is intimately familiar with global politics. Muammar gaddafi was the dictator of libya for forty two years. He rose to power in nineteen. Sixty-nine and he quickly became an international pariah because he used his nation's oil and gas wealth to fund international organizations like the moral islamic liberation front in the philippines and the irish republican army. He was also closely linked with the pan. Am one zero three lockerbie bombing in which two hundred seventy three people were killed so positive change through public relations walmart qaddafi. They didn't quite fit in my mind. But i asked my boss what he thought i should do. I and he said i should go to the libyan mission by that. He meant the libyan mission to the united nations on east forty eighth street. So i make my way across town. And i enter this drab. Concrete building and looming above me. Is this massive portrait of a young qaddafi atop magnificent white stallion and he's glaring down at the lobby and it looks like it's been transported. Right out of the nineteen seventies. it has low orange couches plastic tables and a green carpet. That's bordering on shag and my contact at the mission is an american woman named nicole and she has on these large dark sunglasses and she looks a little bit like jackie kennedy onassis until she takes off her glasses and i realized that she's probably even younger and less experienced than i am and she tells me three things. I this is very important. In all situations i am to refer to qaddafi as his excellency. Brother leader moammar al qaddafi leader of the revolution next. I am to find a place for qaddafi to stay in new york city. Any luxury hotels suite on the east side of manhattan do and third. I am to find a place for the tent. The tent i well i'd actually heard about the tent. It was a bit of a gimmick and it played to qaddafi is routes. It was a large bedouin's tent and he would meet with. Dictators are sorry meet with dignitaries when he went to he would meet with dignitaries when he went to foreign countries for example when he went to italy berlusconi allowed him to erect his tent on the soccer field near the coliseum and when he went to russia putin allowed him to erect his tent in a park. Next to the next to the kremlin. So i thought well. How hard could this be in new york city. I asked nicole if she had a particular location in mind and she said. I don't know chris just rent central park. Well i'm able to take care of the first task pretty easily. I booked the presidential suite at the pierre hotel done. And a few days later i'm back.

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"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on Z104

Z104

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on Z104

"She had a radio show and she was very involved in the arts and promoting the art to the populace through works, Progress, Administration programs and the like. And Eleanor Roosevelt liked Martha Graham and brought her to the White House to perform frontier on the story of one of the pioneering woman and also asked her to do Um, wonderful performances for the world's fair, So that, of course, was a very significant relationship because it put Graham really on the map in 1937, and as we can imagine. Then, when she goes to work with Barbara Bush weight of 1989. That relationship with the White House has spanned Betty Ford, Jackie Onassis on DH, numerous others. So I would say certainly the Roosevelt administration was was the most important as the founding relationship, and then Jackie Onassis, then also edited her. Her autobiography and Betty Ford, who was a huge influence on Martha Graham in terms of the promotion and Barbara Bush. I just wanted to dive a little deeper into gender because you just mentioned all the first lady's or most of the first lady's. You know, jury for the president's that that she danced abroad for relations, diplomatic relations. What was the relationship with the with the first lady's and how important was that relationship is opposed to with the president. That's a really interesting question, and I was fascinated because my first response assault historian after seeing the relationship With Eleanor Roosevelt was to trace the first lady's and indeed that didn't work very well, because best Truman. Maybe I. Eisenhower really didn't have much interested in Graham at all. As far as I could see, Ladybird Johnson did. Jackie Onassis was Jackie Kennedy Onassis would smitten with Graham and not on Ly helped clearly with a tour in 1962, But then did a lot of fundraising sat on the board for awhile and at Doubleday became the editor of Graham's autobiography. It was published in 1991. So there was a long term relationship there. Under Reagan. I found pictures of Graham's letters between two to Reagan and his letters back to her. You know? Bless you. Martha. Bless you Run A and there's no indication that Nancy had much tolerance. At all. Um and Barbara Bush, the opposite. Barbra and Martha seemed to be having a lovely time together with their letters playing with the dogs in the White House. Um and I think the president did not have as much interest in her and this is one of Martha Graham's geniuses is she knows exactly who to go to within administration. So she said she never worked with The next administration, but she did work with Kissinger. Interesting He was. He was really good. Dance wasn't her only strong suit. And then you know, I'm just I'm thinking two. Were there any of the first ladies that changed something I don't know about? Maybe the kind of dance she would perform or her view when she was going abroad. Was there any who had the most profound effect on her, and I can guess who you'll say. What you know, I would think first. Obviously Eleanor Roosevelt, who has spoken about and then I think some of the Elizabeth Spray Coolidge and better be the Rothschild in terms of women. Who ran foundations and ah and funded her work for extremely influential in molding how she was presented. I think better be the Rothschild would be the most influential. Interestingly, in terms of the first lady's I would go to Jackie Kennedy Onassis, for sure, but in terms of the depths of the relationship, I would go to Betty Ford. And there they had a personal relationship and, interestingly revolved around alcohol and drug addiction. And both of them wrestled with that problem and were triumphant, which is, um, statistically, not the norm. Right, which which obviously strengthens that bond all the more you know, we're talking about about the presidents and first ladies and dignitaries and all of that. What about kind of the war between women in the sense that she's Martha Graham's going abroad and then you know there's Russian ballerinas there, you know, in these countries where The press is making them out to be. You know, a war dance wars between the two. Was that going on? Or was that just in the headlines? What was the personal gain or personal like I have to be better than than her. I think when it comes to the ballerina wars, in a sense, it wasn't apples, oranges fight so when she first landed in 1955 and in Japan And it was the Russian ballerina versus Martha, I. I don't think she was really comparing how high the leg went or anything of that nature. She even went as far to say that she uses ballet and she made it better. She modernized that Andi. Indeed, later on, her dancers had very strong balletic lines that could compete. Um and indeed, there were contest. Where her ballet dancer I mean, her dancers could do tilt, so stand on one leg and tilt over in a 180 degree. Blitt and ballerinas could not do that. So they're wass. You know there was a competition for sure. But it was known as an apples to oranges. Quite interesting. What about Let let's fast forward to today. And do we have any equivalent of the exportation in perhaps a more subtle way of the arts? And then what? What might Martha Graham feature choreography wise to counter what's happening in Russia today? If that's a great question, Unfortunately, in one of the reasons that I wanted to write this book was that unfortunately, there isn't I don't believe there's enough happening in terms of using the arts as diplomacy. It's a wonderful opportunity. Dance and music are both that you don't need language you don't need to speak German or English are Chinese understand the beauty and the elegance of movement? I think we saw that very clearly with some of the Chinese spectacles, the Olympics and their dance companies. There is a sense of awe and brilliance that can be communicated cross culturally without language, and I do wish our government would support more of that since the Cold War. Really, these efforts have been curtailed. Extremely significantly. Alvin Ailey right now is really the only company that goes out. As far as I know. A small, smaller companies, battery dance and the like. So I think there's a tremendous opportunity in the future as we are renegotiating and bridging with other countries to do to do new efforts in dance. And then what? What choreography might work today. That's a really interesting question. You know, Martha said. My dance is not modern. It is contemporary, and she was always looking for the newest way to express things she would go for a kn essence..

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"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"People discovered Plymouth rock covered in white paint. Back in February, the iconic landmark was covered in red paint and other nearby memorials were vandalized. The rock commemorates the 16 20 arrival of the pilgrims in the new world. An update on Tuesdays, Armed robbery and Mata Poison matter. Poison police executed a search warrant of the black Nissan Ultima stopped on 1 95 in New Bedford, and they found large amounts of marijuana, a replica AK 47, a large knife scales, multiple cell phones and nearly 10,000 cash. Three men that evening confronted a homeowner in Mata poison while armed, then took off in the ultimate they were nabbed by New Bedford police. Three men from Wareham face serious charges. Nobody was hurt. On Martha's Vineyard, A beautiful property owned by the family of Caroline Kennedy will soon be conservation Land. Red Gate Farm consists of 340 acres, and it was a private retreat for a Jackie Kennedy Onassis until she died in 1994. Last year, The Kennedy family put most of the property on the market asking 65 million, but they agreed to sell that far less than market value to the Martha's Vineyard Land Bank. The Kennedys will retain 95 acres at the centre, where they have several homes. On the Cape to dear made it safely to shore after getting swept out to sea by a current. It happened this weekend foul myth and the harbormaster headed out on a boat and heard of the two animals back to land. They landed at Falmouth height speech and went scampering off, according to the Cape Cod Times. If you want to place bets on Kentucky Derby Day, you could do so at the Plainridge Park Casino, But bets will be taken in the parking lot drive through style. Because of the pandemic, Plainridge will still run its usual simulcast center, but that will be a ticketed event for 300 horse racing fans. And sports. Cam Newton will be the starting quarterback for the Patriots. The season opens a week from Sunday in baseball. The Red Sox lost to the Blue Jays at Fenway, and they play a double header today and the Raptors beat the Celtics by one point at the buzzer in Game three of their semifinal round in Game four.

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"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"15 Jesse more. Mel just conceded to Jake often cloths in the Democratic primary to replace Congressman Joe Pentiti. Police in Manchester, New Hampshire, are searching for a sexual assault suspect. A about to begin a virtual version of this year's Boston Marathon family's supposed to police brutality announced plans for a peaceful protest next week. And the Justice Department tries to clarify claims made by Attorney General Bill Bar about a mail in voting fraud scheme, the latest now from ABC Center Jim Burns. In a warning about mass mail in voting, Attorney General William Barr is pointing to a case in Texas that he says highlights the risk of fraud Bar told CNN that someone in Texas collected 1700 ballots and filled them out as he pleased. But prosecutors tell the Washington Post. That's not what happened at all. A Justice Department spokesperson saying in a statement that the attorney general was provided a memo before appearing on CNN and the memo contained an inaccurate summary about the case in Texas. He was referring to Andrew Dember ABC NEWS Washington. And this story of an officer shot. The FBI in Cleveland is now offering a reward for information leading to an arrest in the shooting deaths last night of a Cleveland police officer and another person that police detective it was shot and killed was a 25 year veteran of the force. It happened around 10 last night in the city's West side, By the way, the second victim was not an officer. It's unclear who that person Wass New Zealand is keeping his co vered restrictions in place after reporting its first death from the virus in more than three months. Ledgers are working virus numbers are low, but playing it safe. Current restrictions will now stay in place until at least mid September. Prime Minister Justin the ardor we have built on what we've learned over the past few months we've been prepared and by going hard in Italy and particularly with Auckland is pitching in. We look at this early stage. To have contained our resurgence. Cautious approach, he says, is the best strategy to get New Zealand's economy open and freedoms back faster in the long run. Tom Rivers ABC News at the Foreign Desk, former Italian leaders Silvio Berlusconi is in the hospital after self isolating with Cove It. Theeighty, three year old former Italian prime minister is now in hospital in Milan after his condition worsened. Airless Cody tested positive earlier this week after vacationing on the Italian island of Sardinia, where covert outbreaks occurred in nightclubs. Italy's covert rate has risen to more than 1000 new cases a day, a result of young people partying that's cause for concern at schools open next week here. Top neurologists in Italy are urging the government to implement quick testing for any students with covert symptoms in order to avoid hundreds of young people and families having to enter quarantine Megan Williams. ABC NEWS Rome Educating students during the time of Corona virus is proving to be very challenging. One of those challenges is all about focus. Step one in the process of learning in these most unique of circumstances is the recognition that every child will be engaged differently. What's important is to understand every student is different, and every home environment is different Personality is a considerable factor, according to mind print CEO Nancy Weinstein. We think Of introverts versus extroverts. Students were extroverted that get their energy off of talking to other people and socializing have really been struggling with remote learning. Conversely, students who are more introverted need more downtime. Remote learning give them that opportunity, Weinstein says. Gender can also play a role taking girls out of social situations. Has in many cases made it harder for them to learn. Chris Palmer, W B Z Boston's NewsRadio, 1, 18 Labor Day traffic and weather together Coming up again in just a few minutes. NATO allies reach an agreement that Russia must cooperate fully with the poisoning investigation of opposition leader Alexei No value. A German hospital, where he's hospitalized as he was poisoned with a Soviet style Nova choc nerve agent, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on today's decision. The use of such weapons is terrific. All allies today were united in condemning this attack President Trump calling on Iran to spare a popular wrestler from the death penalty. Naveed of Carrie was charged with killing a man during anti government rallies in 2018. In a tweet directed at Iranian leaders, President Trump said he would greatly appreciate it if they would spare of Carrie's life. So far no response from Tehran. 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"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"One of them will be on the show later on. There were some people who said, Actually, you know that rug needed to be replaced. It really did, because there's a lot of foot traffic that goes in and out there and all kinds of and it it did need to be replaced. So people freak out over the silliest stuff. Melania Trump hasn't actually changed anything on the inside. They didn't go in and change anything. In the Oval Office. That except the Theyjust put new photos up. They didn't give it an overhaul now, and I'm not saying this as like Barack Obama should have done it. But when he went into office, he redid the Oval Office. They didn't and they read it. A couple of rooms. Jackie Kennedy Onassis. Jackie Kennedy she like completely redid the White House on the inside. And they did this garden so and I know that Barbara Bush did a few things. Laura Bush did as well all of these things to their their honest schedule because that the historic committee that runs that operates and oversees the White House. They also have all of these updates. It is on a timeline because they have to budget it. It's not like somebody goes in there, and they're like, Oh, I want to do all of this stuff, and it's just granted. So the freaking out over this over the stupidest stuff has got to stop. And I I know about all of this because I love architecture like historical architecture. I love the the history buying buildings like this. And many times I've been in Washington. I've you know, I've talked to some of the people who are actually involved in this and and it's very fascinating, and it's a big honor to be a part of that. Anyway, so people gotta quit freaking out about it. We have a lot more on the way and we also have the latest on burn loot. Murder 88 days in Portland, RNC DNC The Conway's all kinds of stuff You don't want to miss it as we get moving on here, our friends over at Delta Rescue. I adore this group and I love them so much because of their absolute Dedication to animals. It stands for dedication and everlasting loved animals. And these these folks, they have gone out into the wilderness animals that are have been abandoned or born in the wilderness. They're one of the top rated charities. Wanna consider one of the best in America Certified America's best charities. Leo Grillo left Hollywood and started this because he would. This was so on his heart and he wanted to help all of these animals. They're home to more than 1500 animals. All of these animals have been rescued. And you would not believe the digs that that these animals live and they get the care and love that they deserve right? And they don't know that you are the person you were the people that make the difference between life and death for these animals, right? And so Delta rescue It's the largest..

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"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The connection right here on the Frankie boy or showing this talk radio. Joining us is Victoria Phillips, and she specializes. In Cold War history. Cultural diplomacy and international relations. You've seen her articles and many publications, including The New York Times, Dance, Chronicle and Dense Research journal, and she has also curated several exhibits Own dance in politics in Europe in Washington, D C. And Before her academic career. She was a dancer. And then a portfolio manager would have fasted any background. And her papers are held in the Library of Congress as the Victoria Phillips Collection and Victoria. What a pleasure. Welcome to the program. Victoria. What was it about Cold War history that Fascinates you. Frankie. Thank you so much for having me on the show. I really appreciate it. The way I got to Cold War history was actually through Martha Graham. I became infatuated with Martha Graham when I was 16 years old. When I saw her on a Broadway stage, she came out the company had done a work called Diversion of Angels. Which is the story of will not the story. But the abstraction of love with passion is red white as the purity of love and yellow as joy. And she came out and I said I want to do that. And I love it. I love it. I love it. By the way for anyone that that for? No. I just want people to know that For anyone out there that is not familiar with Martha Graham. And there were a lot of you. Unfortunately. I have to say that because there are many people that have no clue who Martha Graham is. Martha Graham was known as one of the great geniuses of the 20th century on DH put forth that way by historians and put in the category of Freud and Einstein and Picasso and was indeed called the Picasso of Modern Dance. She was one of the forerunners of American modern dance from really from the 19 twenties and thirties. Yes. So I just wanted to put that in perspective, and you have written a book. And tell us about the dance Martha Graham's Cold War dance of American diplomacy. Victoria. This is the most fascinating story. And it's a story that I did not. I did not know. I did not know that Martha Graham. Was used as a political pawn. I had not a clue. Well, neither did I. My infatuation came with her work with her dances, The abstract works. And then as you played some of the Greek mythic work took Austin editor And then what they called Americana. The story of the Great front here. And I was in the studio in 1979 and the company disappeared. But that was interesting. And Martha Graham reappeared and said, My work is not political. Well, it turns out the company had gone with Jimmy Carter. Come on what was called the Jimmy Carter Goodwill tour to Israel, Egypt, Amon and indeed, there were Lebanese dancers imported into Amon on DH. She was a part of a cultural exchange that included Scientists and musicians and archeologists and farmers. And so indeed, her work wass quite political and the exchange among people that she brought forth. Encouraged many other collaborations, which, of course, are sorely missing right now. When What makes us so fascinating to me. Is Was recognized even way back when Victoria She was recognized. As a really pioneering and dance with me. The other art forms jazz and avant garde paintings. And It was seen to demonstrate American values of individualism and freedom. That's right, and she was identified. Interestingly well before the abstract artists, Roosevelt invited her. Eleanor Roosevelt invited her to perform at the White House in 1937. When she performed frontier, the story of a pioneering woman, and indeed, every administration from Roosevelt through Bush. Push. The father either had her to the White House gave her an award and from Eisenhower through Bush Center on a tour so and they said, when we sensed internal mayhem, we sent out Martha Gray him. That's what we call Cultural exchange. So she was completely identified with an American spirit. As you said of freedom of individual ism that became extremely valuable as propaganda throughout administrations, which is it Ordinarily remarkable. Really, really amazing. I mean, just truly amazing. When you started to look at this story. And deep and and dig deeper. You must just can only imagine you must have been just Screaming with delight. Yes, Well, of course, At first I was shocked because I had a direct experience of her saying. My work is not political. And then when I went into her highly contested archives Because everything with Martha has embroiled with drama, which was what made the book so much fun to write. There were letters from George Kennan that who was known as the Father of containment theory in the Cold War, the dullest brothers secretary of state and head of the CIA there, sister who ran the Berlin death. Jackie Kennedy Onassis, Betty Ford. Eleanor Roosevelt. So many figures I had to search and search for letters from Ronald Reagan back and forth she performed in Berlin. Alongside Reagan. When he said, pared down this wall, her dancer performed frontier, so there was lots of ferreting out of information. And wonderful letters. Among these dignitaries. Great figures from the Cold War. Even Henry Kissinger was involved with Martha Graham. Wow. Isn't that something? That is just so exciting? Such an exciting story. How long did it take you to compile this book? I can only imagine Victoria Well, I've been promised..

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"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Demand base. Your kids who just graduated from middle school goes to a crypt school. We're only 3% of kids do that great level and one part of the Republican Party want to give you school choice. But when people like myself and others in the movie Raise the issue rather than sparking a healthy discussion, which is what you would hope were shut down. We'll call Uncle Tom to call self loathing were accused of aiding our own people are probably the most popular magazine for decades for blacks have been Ebony magazine. Every household used to have a copy of the magazine on the coffee table. I know minded, and every year they have a feature called the 100 most influential Black Americans. And every year after from that list are Clarence Thomas. Even though he's one of nine members of the Supreme Court he's not even being be influential Forest Black newspaper is concerned. You never find Thomas Soul who only written 57 books and basic man at the playwright 30. Thomas Own America's greatest contemporary philosopher, and you won't find Walter Williams written about 20 books. To my knowledge, the only black man who's ever been the chairman of an economic department of a non black college. But all three of these men are unknown to a mini black because the media ignored them on their shunned and their use are not respected. I mean, how much better along we have been if 30 40 years ago. People listen to people like Thomas. So we've been writing about the importance of school choice. We've got 13 high schools in Baltimore, where the world percent of kids do the math grade level and five only 1% camp that half of the high school in Baltimore Yet you're a Baltimore parent living within the geographical radius of any of those schools. You are mandated in your kid there. All we're asking for is a conversation Can we were sitting at the table discussing these issues that are being dismissed as Uncle Tom himself loaded and things I can't say on family radio. Well, you know, Larry, I was struck. Actually, by certain moments in this documentary where you have young black adults can't so it is just one of them. But you have a business owner and you have other people that are talking about exactly what you just said. You know, they said, how did I not know the Thomas Soul? Was this incredible economic mind. How did I not know about these people? These are my brothers and sisters, But they're doing amazing things, but I didn't get to learn about them. I mean, that kind of makes your point. Exactly And it really is because it blows up the narrative. And I think this movie, if seen by enough people is going to blow up the narrative that the victim ideology that has been adopted by the alleged leaders of the black movement is toxic. It's poison. And it is poisoned. Everyone who's told they're a victim, regardless of their race. It's not like just black people are inflicted with this. It is whoever is constantly told that their victims and they can't accomplish anything because everything is out of their control. It becomes that self fulfilling prophecy. And and this film dispels so many myths that I started writing them down during the movie, and I told Dave I was watching this morning on my computer, and there were certain times where something was said where I said Wait a minute. What did they just say it and I had to go back and watch it again, and one of them was one of the things that struck me. More blacks are killing more blacks in one year. Then the Ku Klux Klan killed in 70 years. That's mind blowing. I mean, right, right, Blowing the go ahead. I'm going to say there's some dispute about how many people were lynched by by the bike. But however many people were left by K. K K and other kinds of of groups like that. You look a typical year in America. Half of the homicides are black victims. We're talking about almost 7000 black victim almost all killed by other blacks, and we're not talking about that. We're not talking about the fact that The the history of both the Democratic Party and Republican Party had been, miss, Uh, miss stated by most of Cape 12 education. Most people are completely unaware that the Democrats founded the cake, not Democratic Party. But there were Democrats have founded to K. K K at one time we would call the terror wing of the Democratic Party. And the Democrats polled the 13th and then with the 14th Amendment 15th Amendment unanimously and as a percentage of the party. More Republican voted for the Civil Rights Act of 64. Then Democrats were Democrats always pays, you know? Well, they switched in the mid sixties. They just kind of put aside all the races left the The Democratic Party, and you can't Republicans really look at all of the Democrats voted against the Civil Rights Act of 50 for in the House and the Senate, Ashley felt how many of them switched well. The answer is one in the Senate Strong Thurman and one in the House's name. I can't even remember, both of these guys were born. Democrats raise Democrats and dyed Democrat Al Gore's bad with part of that filibuster. That was the longest filibuster in history of the Senate to prevent civil rights after 54 from even coming onto the floor for a vote. And what for Republicans like Bob McConnell, who took Who preceded Ah Michigan seat in in this again that was once held by John Boehner, later held by John Boehner. His thing with Bob McCulloch. And he received a hand written letter from Jackie Kennedy Onassis when he retired from the house, banking him for his support and getting the 1954 civil right past her legacy. He is a long time Republican every dirty him a Republican senator from Illinois got an award from the N double A. C P for helping me get together navigate the passage of that bill. Many black people don't know that the other thing about the six which nonsense? Think about it. You're a white, racist Democrat and you're mad because the Civil Rights Act have gotten past and you want to leave your party. You're going to join the party whose members voted at a higher percentage for the act that you left the other party for. It doesn't make anything. The reason the South became more Republican and happened gradually over 30 year period of time in the same league. Anybody else the Republicans, the Democrats became more and more left wing more and more high taxes. Pro union, anti military, anti religion, pro abortion and the South became increasingly disaffected with the Republic with Democratic Party that Whitey became Republicans not because of racism. Well, Larry, let me ask you this question because we're in the middle. You guys made this movie well before the recent protest over the death of George Floyd. So we're in the midst of a national conversation on race, which I have taken to heart. I'm trying to listen. I'm trying to understand. I'm trying Teo to read some of the content that is put out by the Ah black activists, and I think it's fascinating. That there is a complete lack of interest in talking about some of the things that you address full face in this documentary like the destruction of the Black family, and where it came from you guys don't draw a winding line, you dry straight line. Through the policies that that that developed an enhanced welfare programs and what they did to the black flight family. Why are we ever going to be able to Have a conversation about the full issues that are sort of involved in the in the bigger conversation on race..

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"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Where Washington comes to talk whatever magazine is into politics now you'll never guess what their politics are what a campus fascism today and bunch of white guys in club striped ties apparently stormed a room in the capitol yesterday it was slow speed storming always there's like O. J.'s kind of low speed chase I like that yeah revenge porn buy a phobia and alleged relationships with staffers an update on democratic congresswoman Katie hill from California and we got to Alec Baldwin all over the place to you are worthless Alec Baldwin many other implying here in a story that he was dating Jackie Kennedy Onassis where and he was thirty one and she was sixty two that'd be twice his age half her age let's go to well well we'll see about all that let's go to the phones let's go to let's go to Dave calling from Los Angeles California David you're on the Chris Plante show morning Chris eleven the every morning on my commute god bless you your breath of fresh air from a left coaster here and add in Los Angeles we can all use a breath of fresh air absolutely Hey let me a few things about Kamal Heris because you you're talking about are in the last segment and I think she's a perfect illustration of how the the left doesn't actually believe any of their ideological nonsense and and to take California in particular all what I mean by this is the entire political apparatus in California which is basically a one party state yeah the entire apparatus is geared toward two things growing government for you know public sector jobs intentions and the second objective is crony capitalism and we see this every day the state has something like twenty two billion dollars in the bank and yet our infrastructure is crumbling on every level from city government on up but we can't get our road six we can't get our trees trimmed pipes are bursting all over the city of LA on a regular basis and while on we played the game that the the machine the political machine in California has laid out so you know you're absolutely right about her and Willie brown and as long as she took all the necessary steps along the way that the machine six eight she's been annoyed that yeah I.

"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"I can all but guarantee you it's going to be a white male Hey if there's some criminal breaking into a window breaking into a bank or a home it's never a black guy it's always somebody white and if somebody is foolish and rigid it's always a conservative it's there never pictured in a positive way you say progressive privilege isn't just unfair to conservatives it is warped our entire political environment and made our country more divided and one would have thought when Obama was elected the country's back together but I maintain Obama's policies failed so miserably after twenty ten they threw the bombs out all over the country that the decision was made by a bomb and the Democrats we got a pump up the base get fifty one percent of the vote and I got to get reelected so they played the race card artfully all over the country weather's Ferguson or a Baltimore Milwaukee they played the race card when black lives matter one at the murder of cops and five were killed in Dallas and three killed in baton Rouge Obama thereafter invited the organizers of black lives matter into the White House many times one can only imagine if trump invited heather hires killers into the White House after the Charlottesville incident all hell would have broken loose why did Obama get away with doing these things one a conservative should not have done it and could not have gotten away with it yeah you know that that is a perfect example of a of a double standard but again as I think it's a double standard that only have to help them for so long and I do think right now on they have to start realizing that this is weakening verified it's making things work you know you think of it it's it's funny if the Democrats often take only wish more women would run one certainly one reason why you don't see more conservative women getting in the race because of how the media treats you know women who are who run for office and the last to get these glamorous photo shoots in your own home today brush to me to look beautiful and stylish are ignored or worse so there you have people like to be standards were constantly with their looks denigrated are handed out of restaurants you know it's no wonder the lot of good good women and men are running for office when this is the kind of treatment that they get I think that you hopefully have over there you will see what happens in the left next election if trump is elected again I think it's quite possible the media is going to have to do a lot of soul searching you know Democrats love black judges except Clarence Thomas the media loves black Dodge is X. so it's going to be the right kind of black person in the eyes of the media it's going to be the right kind of woman baloney rompers the most attractive the most glamorous First Lady since I don't know Jackie Kennedy Onassis was in the one has got no media coverage of a positive trait they look for the angle to bring down women who are conservatives no female connected to trump has gotten good media coverage every female connected to Obama was an example of feminism which sends a message to women especially up and coming women in positions of leadership what to think politically some thoughts are sent some thoughts are authorized some thoughts are not conservatism is marginalized that's what your book points out checking progress of privilege and Carrie Lucas work in the American people get it if anywhere but you know please come to the right of U. S. dot org on and then it's also available on Amazon apple short story about it only costs about five Bucks a please come and check us out so you have hope you have a way absolutely I'm an optimist is your a great American to give my best to Julie gunlock I'm not spoken about woman about a month and I like that woman he's a great so that yeah we think they do have and I found that I have you ask Terry L. Lucas president the trump of the independent women's forum thanks for coming on the bill Cunningham show and we'll do it again thank you thanks so much for having me on thank you Keri Lucas are let's continue think about this if you think the right kind of reproof thoughts the media academics will applauding compliment you and encourage you along the way but if you don't think the right way if you have empty your conservative thoughts about government's relationship to individual Americans what is life what is the second amendment say how about the southern border the federal law then you be marginalized and made.

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"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"For sale online at least that's what theatergoers thought customers are deceived into purchasing tickets that they think actually exist and what they are speculative tickets the person selling the tickets so the entity selling the tickets hopes to have them may try to purchase them later truth is the person who sell you that ticket takes your money right then and there to your credit card doesn't have that ticket how many illegal hamilton tickets did you find well there were four thousand for sale a lot of those were not sold many hundreds were attorney general peter neronha says people were paying an average of four hundred seventy nine dollars for the speculative tickets to hamilton the average actual costs through ppac about one fifty they don't know it many times that they've been ripped off now three the company selling those tickets have agreed to stop then you kings ticket brokers front row tickets in national ticks reach settlements with the office which prohibit the sale of undisclosed speculative tickets in rhode island the companies did not immediately respond to our requests for comment are there more enforcement actions yes the investigations november i said ticketmaster and stubhub assisted in the investigation and offered full refunds to rhode island consumers who purchased inadequately disclosed speculative tickets according to the settlements that ticket sellers can face civil penalties of up to five thousand dollars per violation if they're caught selling speculative tickets that aren't properly advertised who looking for a little summer getaway home jackie kennedy onassis estate on is on the market for sixty five million dollars redgate farm according to the providence journal formerly the private estate of jackie kennedy onassis on martha's vineyard on the market for sixty five million bucks according to christie's international real estate three hundred and forty acres state at equipment includes more than a mile of private atlantic ocean beachfront freshwater ponds an abundance of wildlife to own ashes bought that property.

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"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In the market yesterday Half of the year as we kind of settle in here. today was up for ten style is data about one tenth of a percent but all in all day We heard a lot more or less. couple of days about the democrats and we'll see what happens at see who pops out in a situation so politics is still heir-apparent here we start looking at things also looks like spending is up a little bit and inflation still low americans love their big economic scenario in personal spending and income and spending four tenths of five tenths of a percent of what that means is we're probably going to continue to spending cornflakes not much was point five percent the estimate was point three percent so we could live with that one again year over year one point five percent versus one point six so not a whole lot to get anybody three excited about although at ten o'clock this morning not that it's exciting but the consumer sentiments coming out in our forecast hopefully looks to be a little bit better because it's how we feel that how we are not terribly exciting at that day but how we look in as we hit the half year mark on wall street well we're we're actually feeling pretty good about things right now the big consensus is figuring out what the feds to do with interest rates and they're expecting to do a cut and if they don't then we can have severe shoes but i think there's going to be a lot of talk about that and stocks yesterday we had that i._p._o. adaptive biotech looks like it's rallying again today so i continued to do pretty well and johnny is chief designing officers leaving apple although he's had some very little interest i would say in the last couple of years but again very strong the all the things that he's done over the years so he is going to be leaving also looking at nike solid results there constellation brands there in the spirit business canvas business and they're doing pretty good right now we're seeing the markets up for the dow up about one hundred six nasdaq up eighteen so let's see if we can have a good first half to post behind dave caruso from coastal capital group thank you as always for joining us nine twenty-seven let me ask you a question you get sixty five million dollars lying around will you do if you do we gotta deal for you the martha's vineyard estate of jackie kennedy onassis on the market red gape farm is three hundred forty acres main living space about sixty five hundred square feet is just perfect for entertaining the property has been maintained by caroline kennedy who's been overseeing renovation in the recent years but one all but one.

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"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"For scholar tells us that Burke's troubled by the effort to impeach President Trump, the real threat to our democracy, and the stability of our Republic Heritage Foundation, scholar, Hans Vance. Cocky says that's because the President Trump has done nothing that fits within the impeachment provisions of the constitution. So it's very clear that what's going on here? Yes, they are unhappy with him. And the policies he has pursued kofsky, accusing progressives of tried to use impeachment to overturn two thousand sixteen presidential election by new reporting. Your spills court has added President Trump victory has offered to ban so called transgender troops in the military in a rare victory for the president from court that just two years ago, had one of the most liberal make-up's in the country. The ninth circuit court of appeals has ruled that a lower court, judge failed to give enough deference to the military's position when she blocked banned from taking effect, a three judge panel sent the case back and ordered her to rehear it the ruling could strengthen the president's position. Mr. Trump has radically transformed. The makeup of the court by nominating conservative justices, nearly half of the courts Twenty-nine active seats. Now Ben appointed by Republicans. Correspondent Wally Hindes. Police say a shooting inside a southern California. Costco store has killed one person and wounded two others. And the suspect is in custody shooter, opened fire Friday night, at a store in Toronto about fifty miles east of downtown Los Angeles interview with FOX and friends. President Trump says he wants to change your force one's color scheme from the current powder. Blue. The concept a red white and blue and the classic and I think it's gonna look much better. Actually, you know, the baby blue doesn't fit with us current baby blue and white, schemes was the idea. Former first lady Jackie Kennedy Onassis. This is townhall dot com. Across america. It's soaring season. Nineteen million Americans make this sound every night, if you have.

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"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Political costs. Also, former manager for the Trump campaign, Paul Manafort may spend the rest of his life imprison special counsel, Robert Mueller's office has filed they have filed papers and court revealing that Manafort could face more than nineteen years behind bars on charges of tax and Bank fraud, they younger sister, a former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis has died Lee Radziwill passed away in her home in Manhattan of natural causes. She was born Caroline Lee movie back in nineteen thirty three four years after her sister. Jackie Lee Radziwill was eighty-five as former cardinal Theodore McCarrick has been defrocked found guilty by the Vatican of sex abuse calls are now rising this weekend for pope Francis. Step up and reveal what he knew about the once powerful prelates, apparently decade-long predatory sexual behavior. WBZ TV's Jim Smith talks with a Boston attorney. He represents clergy sex abuse. Victims Garabedian is not impressed by the pope's action against the former cardinal. He calls it spin control. When you have a high ranking official one of the highest ranking officials in the United States and archbishop sexually abusing children. And that tells you how rotten to the core of the problem is the now eighty eight year old McCarrick was accused of sexually abusing a teenager more than fifty years ago and later misconduct with adult seminarians the allegations. Go back to win McCarrick was rising to the top of the American Catholic church. Here's McCarrick in two thousand and two Chris. Wanting to handling of the clergy sex abuse crisis on the right road. Now. I think that we're in something where we can guarantee of the United States that that we're in control. This will never happen again any while the archbishop of.

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"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"McCarrick, he's the highest ranking Catholic figure in modern times to be defrost that the order came from the pope himself is even more significant because it cannot be appealed Democrats in congress planned to make their opposition of President Trump's declaration of a national emergency official the editor in chief of the hill. Bob kusak. Congress is going to be moving a resolution of disapproval here, if that is going to be a very partisan vote if that somehow passes, and it could pass the Senate as it's definitely pass the house that could actually hurt him in court. The president's declaration will help free up money to build the border wall legal challenges have already been filed Lee Radziwill has died. She was the younger sister of Jackie Kennedy, Onassis CBS's, Gary Nunn, Lee Radziwill as a socialite who. Dabbled in acting public relations and interior decoration by most accounts, she spent her life overshadowed by Jackie and had to live down. The fact that she was romantically involved with Ruston alone ashes before Jackie married him. Still the raiders will let a busy life full of travel and the arts as she told the New York Times back in twenty thirteen if I was curious wouldn't want to live, Gary Nunn, CBS news. She was eighty five years old a medical emergency. At a Hamilton performance in San Francisco led to a panic and the audience KO VR TV reporter, Sharon Raji was there. It's just mass panic someone apparently in the crowd yelled gun and the next thing we know people are taking cover their ducking and running out of the doors of the orpheum theater, which was a packed performance. This is CBS news, zoom video conferencing, featuring video and audio clarity with screen sharing. Free. Accounts are available at zoom dot US. That's zoom dot US, zoom video conferencing. Ready to create your own income with your own home based business where there's no such thing as getting laid off if a billionaire entrepreneur spent five years in twenty million dollars searching for the next big trend..

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"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"jackie kennedy onassis" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Highest ranking Catholic figure in modern times to be defraud that the order came from the pope himself is even more significant because it cannot be appealed Democrats in the house will likely push forward with a resolution of disapproval after President Trump declared a national emergency to help fund a border wall. The editor in chief of the hill. Bob kusak. Says the measure could face an uncertain results in the Republican controlled Senate. Most of the Senate Republicans are gonna back there present their Marco Rubio said this is a terrible idea. This is going to be a tough vote because the vote in the Senate that's going to be happening in the coming weeks, you can't filibuster. So if you have a handful of defections in the Senate, then this will go to the president he can veto it. But that would be embarrassing another update and the alleged attack against empire actor jussie smollet CBS is Dana Jacobson Chicago police released and did not charge to Nigerian brothers who were arrested earlier on Friday. Police say the brothers gave them new evidence to investigate. Gate, but gave no new details on what new information. They learned smell at says he was beaten last month by two masked men shouting, racial and anti gay slurs. Police dismissed a report this week that the alleged attack was a hoax Lee Radziwill has died. She was the younger sister of Jackie Kennedy, Onassis CBS's, Gary Nunn, Lee Radziwill as a socialite who dabbled in acting public relations and interior decoration by most accounts, she spent her life overshadowed by Jackie and had to live down. The fact that she was romantically involved with Aristotle Onassis before Jackie married him. Still the raiders will let a busy life full of travel and the arts as she told the New York Times back in two thousand thirteen if I was curious wouldn't want to live Gary.

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