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"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on KOMO

"For controversy for Georgia Republican Senate candidate Persia walker, the story from ABC's Rachel Scott. Opponent of abortion. But a second woman has now come forward claiming he also paid for her to have an abortion. The woman is remaining anonymous because she says she fears retaliation. Herschel Walker says he is against women having abortions. But he pressured me to have one. During a news conference held by her attorney Gloria allred, she said on speaker phone that she and walker were in a relationship when she became pregnant in 1993. The woman whose claims have not been verified by ABC News says the former football star gave her the money to have an abortion. She says she traveled to a clinic in Dallas, but couldn't go through with it. She says walker was upset and drove her back to the clinic the next day, allegedly waiting outside for hours while she got the procedure. The woman in her lawyer released a voicemail, photo receipt and card, saying it's evidence of her relationship with walker, but did not provide evidence of the abortion itself. Walker strongly denying it all. Earlier this month, another woman, the mother of one of walker's children, said that walker paid for her to have an abortion. Walker denying that allegation in an interview with ABC's Lindsey Davis. Did you ever to your knowledge give money to pay for the cost of an abortion? No. Is she lying? Yes, she's lying. The first woman provided multiple news outlets receipts from the abortion clinic and a copy of a $700 check, she says walker gave her for the abortion. Walker has acknowledged giving her the check, but said it was not for an abortion. Walker is locked in a tight race with democratic senator Raphael Warnock in a statement his campaign says walker has a problem with taking responsibility for his actions, but even with all this controversy, this race remains a dead heat. A Secret Service agent who was tasked with protecting one of America's most iconic first ladies is sharing his experiences. ABC's Andrew dimmer reports. Clint hill was a United States Secret Service agent from 1958 to 1975. I was so fortunate. I didn't realize it at the time, but later on, I certainly did. In 1961, he was assigned to First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. I knew that being with the First Lady. I knew how the agent said operated in the past, but maybe Eisenhower best true of him. They didn't do anything interesting. He thought his career was over. It turned out to be the very best assignment of any agent in the Secret Service. It's the assignment he dives into in his new book, my travels with misses Kennedy, a project hill launched after uncovering a long forgotten shrunk while cleaning out his Virginia home. I had the idea that I'd go there. I think on the phone call, one 800 junk, eventually saw this trunk line here. There was potential with my name, Clinton ill, The White House. Hill and his wife, Lisa, sorting through a trove of photos and diaries, remembering a trip to Paris in which misses Kennedy wowed dignitaries, eventually convincing them to bring the Mona Lisa to America. She worked her wild on him to commit to all that, yes, it would be in their best interest and the United States and the people all around the world to have them on a Lisa. Securely transported from France to the United States and put on exhibition. Hill describing in detail the good times. Rubella, Italy, and the Amalfi Coast. And she could just let her hair down and do whatever she pleased. And the bad for the first time ever, opening up about the fallout after JFK's assassination in 1963. I was ashamed, I guess. To some extent, so I did attempt to kill myself. Thankfully, the 90 year old survived, and now his cathartic new book has brought about some healing. I laughed a day looking back at it and remember back then. I'm lucky. You're a stock charts dot com money update on news radio 1000 FM 97 7. Metropolitan market may be expanding into the Ballard neighborhood. The puget sound business journal reports that the upscale Bellevue based grocer has filed plans to install signs in a space on 15th avenue west, previously occupied by value village. Boeing stock bounced back today, gaining 6% largely because of a big plain deal with Alaska airlines after losing 9% yesterday on an earnings report that missed estimates. Amazon stock took a big hit though after the world's largest online retailer missed estimates in today's earnings report. Company stock fell 21% in after hours trading and is now at about $90 per share. The Dow gained 194 points to close at 32,033. NASDAQ lost one 78 and the S&P 500 fell 23. This is rob Smith with northwest news radio. Health officials are watching the rate of admissions at pediatric hospitals rise. The combination of the flu COVID and RSV putting youngsters at risk for these potentially life threatening illnesses. Here's ABC's Whit Johnson at Texas children's hospital in Houston. Texas is among 5 states where pediatric hospital beds are topping 90% capacity. Another 9 states are above 80%. The highest levels seen in two years as a wave of respiratory viruses hits children hard. It's really kind of a perfect storm of all of these germs coming together at once instead of their normal organized seasonal pattern. A growing number of hospitals warning of the strain. The ER at Seattle children's running at 200% capacity, and some kids are getting infected with more than one virus. The rest of a supervising firefighter in Oregon over where the flames of a prescribed burn went is once again exposing tensions over land management in the west. ABC's Alex stone reports. Rick snodgrass was what's called the burn boss on a U.S. forest service prescribed Byrne in a national forest earlier this month in Oregon. When they ignited the fire offense used to corral cattle was burned the belong to a local family later flames spread onto that family's ranch. The county sheriff in remote eastern Oregon arrested snodgrass on the scene for reckless burning, the ranching family is applauding that arrest the family saying whoever burned 40 acres of the ranch land should be put in jail. In Washington, D.C., the head of the forest service is denouncing the arrest, tensions over federal land in the west have been growing in recent years. Alex stone, EBC news. For what it's worth, I'm sherri Preston. With Halloween around the corner, another city is exploring the idea of moving trick or treating. We want to make sure that all kids can participate that is safe for all kids. This Keating is on the city council and Cincinnati, where they're considering putting in a new rule that kids in costume, hunting for candy, would be done on a weekend. We did hear from a lot of people

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"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

History Unplugged Podcast

24:25 min | 4 months ago

"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

"Months in office were quickly hit by setbacks. The botch bay of pigs invasion, disastrous summit with the Soviet premier, a mismanaged approach to the civil rights movement, so there are many more rough edges than most people think when they imagine the mystique of Camelot. Looking back on Kennedy's strengths and challenges as a man and leader from the lens of today, I'm speaking with Mark up to grove, author of incomparable grace, JFK in the presidency. Mark is a presidential historian author of 5 books on the presidency, and also serves as the president and CEO of the Linda B Johnson foundation. We discussed many aspects of Kennedy's legacy how he took his public valines and learned and grew from them and how he also failed to do the same with his personal failings, particularly his many extramarital liaisons. How JFK fought corporate America to refrain from increasing prices because he feared inflation prevent the sustained economic growth, saws the ticket to a successful presidency, also we'll discuss JFK's complicated history, the civil rights movement, how he reacted more than acted, is difficult, but ultimately successful partnership with LBJ. And finally, how we view JFK both two positively, two negatively, and how we should understand him after almost 60 years from his assassination. There's a lot to examine and reassess here, so I hope you enjoyed this discussion with Mark up to grow for those that have no living memory of JFK. It's nearly impossible to think of his presidency as anything but a few preordained moments that move inevitably toward his death. It could go like this. You have his 1961 inauguration, marks a high point of the optimism of the post war era where he tells us to astronaut what our country could do for us, but we can do for our country, then the bay of pigs invasion occurs, then he calls us to land on the moon before the end of the decade, the Cuban missile crisis, then a speech in West Berlin, and his assassination. So it's a very difficult for those who didn't witness those moments to think of themselves as being in the present and knocking swept along by these beats. So could you tell us, what was it like to actually be in the early days of his presidency, especially in the early months that were marred by setbacks? You know, one of the things we failed to recognize I think about the Kennedy presidency is Jenna Kennedy wins office by two tenths of a percentage point. And but for a handful of votes in Texas and Illinois, vice the uncommon vice president Richard Nixon would have been president. So it's a squeaker of an election. But John F. Kennedy quickly captivates the American people into a large extent, the world because of this dashing figure that he cuts. He's elegant. He's ambitious. He's eloquent. He's graceful. And we are taking not only by him, but by his wife Jacqueline Kennedy and by the vivacious Kennedy family. And of course, he takes the presidency with the soaring rhetoric of his inauguration, including as you suggest Scott, you know, the ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country line, which becomes an eternal expression of American ideals. So we rally around Kennedy really quickly. And then he quickly stubs his toe with the failed bay of pigs operation. This quagmire that stains his presidency. But even in that moment, Americans approve of John F. Kennedy to the tune of 83%. He sees the high point of his approval rating at that moment. Only 5% of the American people disapprove of Kennedy's performance after that colossal embarrassment just three months into his presidency. And it's because we have faith in Kennedy that he can discharge the duties of the presidency. We are also staring eye to eye with the Soviet Union at what is the height of the Cold War at a time when the Soviet Union is going to exploit any advantage it sees. And I think that approval rating is largely in the American people standing behind Kennedy because they know that the Soviet Union will pounce. If they see weakness and that's exactly what happens with Nikita Khrushchev. He sees in Kennedy, somebody who is callow inexperienced and out of depth in the presidency, an impression that's only reinforced by the summit that the two have in Vienna just two months after the bay of pigs quagmire. You note that with these early missteps, he's able to concede his mistakes in the political arena. But then he's able to analyze what went wrong that draw lessons and move forward by figuring out how to write these wrongs. How did he identify his wrongs and how did he change? Well, you're absolutely right. And one of the things he does right in that moment as you suggest Scott is he can seize his mistakes. He goes in front of the American people in a press conference and by the way, that the press conferences of John F. Kennedy were must watch TV two thirds of the American or by their one third of the American people tune in for his first press conference just 5 days after his presidency. But when he gives a press conference after the bay of pigs failure, he says a bad idea is an orphan, but a good idea has many fathers. But at the end of the day, I am the commander in chief of this nation and I take responsibility for what happened. And I'm determined to do better. And he is determined to do better. He does know he's failed. He does know that this is a huge mistake in the eyes of the nation in the world. But he resolves at that moment not to trust his jingoistic military brass. The joint chiefs who have this instinctive instinct rather to go to war with the Soviet Union. They are hot headed at a time when John F. Kennedy believes you have to be cool minded. And he is determined to avoid war during this, again, what is the height of the Cuban or height of the Cold War, including his cool composure during the course of the Cuban missile crisis. That changes everything for Kennedy. He doesn't automatically listen to his military advisers. He takes the council of others. He doesn't box himself into a corner. He looks for a peaceful way out of the crisis. And I think that is ultimately Kennedy's greatest moment in the presidency. There's a lot of deconstruction that has to go into looking at JFK. And not just him, but figures around him. Nikita Khrushchev. And after their summit in Vienna, he said that Kennedy was too intelligent and too weak. What did he mean by that? How do you think he was perhaps correct, but also incorrect? I think by two intelligent he means that he's, he sees Kennedy as an ivy leaguer. Somebody who's very smart, but is not street smart in the way that khrushchev was. He's not pugnacious. He's not truculent like khrushchev is. He sees Kennedy as being weak as a consequence of that. This rich boy who achieves the presidency because of his father's power and wealth and influence and doesn't have much on the ball, but he also concedes after the Cuban missile crisis that he has missed. He is underestimated. He misunderstands Kennedy and Kennedy shows his very best at that moment. Kennedy defines courage in the manner that Hemingway described Hemingway was Kennedy's favorite author. And Kennedy calls courage, excuse me, Hemingway calls courage, grace under pressure. And during the Cuban missile crisis, Kennedy shows grace under pressure. Again, he does not yield to jingoistic instincts. He does his very best to avoid what would almost inevitably be a nuclear exchange with the Soviet Union if that crisis became heated. And he gives khrushchev away out what we now realize, but didn't at the time is that the Cuban missile crisis is not a zero sum victory for the United States. It's not like we stare down the Soviet Union and they blink and they relent. In fact, they withdrew their missiles because of a back channel negotiation that Bobby Kennedy has with his Soviet counterparts in which we agree the United States agrees to withdraw our missiles from turkey. We had Cuban, we had nuclear missiles in turkey just as the Soviet Union was shipping missiles to Cuba and we agree to quietly withdraw them, which we do 6 months after the Cuban missile crisis debates. Another factor too, and it's interesting you mentioned Hemingway because perhaps Kennedy looked at him in many ways, including his private conduct and love life, one of the greatest critiques against the Camelot myth is that Kennedy's private life was a complete odds with his public life, and he seems not to be able to look at his missteps and do better in his private life. So why did he not show the same understanding to write the wrongs that he had committed privately that he could do so publicly? You know, I think the Kennedy he grows up with his father was this rabid womanizer and for the kennedys, I think womanizing is almost a way of competing with one another in keeping score. He is not, we now know that he was not a faithful husband that he was very reckless in his womanizing any objectifies, in particular, most egregiously, one of his interns, woman named Mimi Beardsley, who was 19 years old and loses her virginity to the president of the United States in her first couple of weeks in the job. And he almost treats her like a concubine when he travels around the country in the world, keeping her in a hotel room for trysts when he's in the mood. So it's hard to ignore that kind of aberrant behavior. It's just absolutely repugnant. But Kennedy's womanizing again, I think, is a product of growing up in this testosterone infused Kennedy household. One of the things we do know is that the Kennedy marriage ultimately works and it gets stronger during the course of the presidency as Jackie becomes this partner to her husband, particularly when he faces the crises of his administration, for instance, Jacqueline Kennedy, who spends the most of the administration outside of The White House, either in middleburg, Virginia, or in hyannis port or abroad, comes back to The White House at a time when we believe that, again, a nuclear exchange with the Soviet Union might be imminent. So she shows his real loyalty to him at that time. And I think she becomes a great comfort to him during the most desperate hours of his presidency. It's also worth noting that the kennedys lose a child, Patrick, their third child, dies shortly after childbirth in August of 1963, just several months before Kennedy is assassinated and he sees in that moment the tenuousness of life. And I think it binds the kennedys closer together and binds the American people closer together to the kennedys. I knew about the distance between them and how she spent time away from The White House because she was aware of her husband's infidelity, but I didn't know about that aspect that they were brought closer together by these tragedies. And I was surprised when she called her time in The White House are happiest years. You mentioned a few of those things that they were drawn together by tragedy, but you also elaborate on that because that part was surprising. Yeah, you know, I think Jackie Kennedy had enormous admiration for husband. She knew of his infidelity. In fact, she talks about it with a French journalist. When she's giving a French journalist a tour of The White House, she says, she points to a woman and she says, well, and that's the woman my husband is sleeping with. I mean, that's remarkable candor. But she sees ultimately a great asset to her husband. It's interesting. Jack Kennedy calls himself the antithesis of a politician in a very candid interview. He's not the baby kissing back slapping name knowing politician that is his maternal grandfather, honey fits the mayor of Boston was. He is a lot cooler. He's a lot different. He's suited, he believes to the television age, but he's not that stereotypical politician, nor is Jacqueline Kennedy, the stereotypical political wife, someone who's trying to contrive a relatable personality in order to engender the support of the public. She is very much her own person, someone we would call genuine and authentic in today's parlance. And that's a great asset at that time. The American people were proud that Jacqueline Kennedy is our First Lady. She makes The White House sort of the envy of the world makes it a center of culture and artistic expression, redecorates the White House. So she becomes a great asset as First Lady. And the two, I think, revere each other and the contributions they are making to their country during those three years of the Kennedy presidency. This raises an interesting question of how you would characterize their marriage. Sometimes husband and wife duos in The White House are called power couples that John and Abigail Adams or a Bill and Hillary Clinton. Some have characterized LBJ and lady bird. That one's more contested. Where the two are, they're really symbiotic. They feed their ambitions off of each other. And you can find other examples in history, just standing in a few door of the Byzantine Empire Ferdinand Isabella. Other times, First Lady doesn't seek that out. And that's no knock against a particular First Lady. They just simply aren't interested in politics. A Laura Bush of George W. Bush, being the Eisenhower other examples, would you call them a power couple Yeah, I'm not sure that janky Kennedy wanted power. So Hillary Clinton wanted power. Eleanor Roosevelt wanted power. Lady Bird Johnson in her own very quiet way exuded power. She had her own agenda. She wanted to do certain things and Lyndon Johnson, she knew, was able to carry those things out. Jackie Kennedy didn't want power, but what would she wanted is for her husband to be a great president. She saw in him his ability for greatness and she had a sense of history just as he did and knew what he was capable of doing and she wanted to do everything she could to ensure that he was remembered as a great president, not only while she was First Lady. But in spinning the Camelot myths after he died, she wanted to make sure that he was upheld as one of our greatest presidents and that's when she starts in the wake of his assassination along with Kennedy acolytes creating this sort of this mythological character that has become John F. Kennedy that to some degree obscures the real flesh and blood Kennedy. I really wanted to de mythologize Camelot and show the reader Kennedy in all his greatness and all his flaws and in everything that was John F. Kennedy, the fact that he stood on feet of clay at times and showed flashes of greatness at others. Hey everyone, Scott here. We're going to take a very short break for word from our sponsors. We are clearly in uncertain economic times. The last time the economy looked like this, the market tanked 50%. The U.S. dollar lost 46% of its value, and the price of oil quadrupled. Yet, while the U.S. economy collapsed and inflation ran through the roof, the price of gold shot up 1300%. And silver rocketed over 2400%. Today, we could be seeing a return to 1970s style stagflation with all the dangers of that brings. So if history does repeat itself, you should protect yourself now. 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In one example, he goes against the steel industry trying to prevent them from raising their prices, he's publicly battling with steel executives, he is opening up antitrust investigations or at least his allies in Congress are tell me about his battle with inflation and whether or not that's applicable for today. You know, in the middle of his presidency, there is a negotiation between steel labor and executives. Where the steel industry agrees not to increase the rate of steel prices, which could have inflationary ripples in the economy. And no sooner do they make this agreement with Kennedy than they back off. Roger blau comes to The White House and tells Kennedy he is actually contrary to the agreement that they have struck is actually going to increase steel prices. And Kennedy, who didn't get angry very often, becomes apoplectic. And he says, we're going to go to war with the steel industry. We are going to ensure because right after U.S. steel increases steel prices, there's this domino effect in the steel industry and other steel companies do so in kind. And Kennedy's desperately worried that that's going to create an inflection inflationary economy at a time when he's asking Americans to make sacrifices to make America a better country, particularly when we are battling for hearts and minds during the course of the Cold War with the Soviet Union. So he, as you suggested, Scott goes to looks at antitrust suits, yet gets the Department of Justice on the case. It's real executive overreach to a certain extent. But ultimately, roger blau, the president of U.S. steel, tries to negotiate and JFK says there's no negotiation. You got to just take this off the table and blau under enormous pressure from the executive branch of our as well as the legislative branch and the fourth estate the press ultimately relents and avoids a crisis. That said, very quietly, the steel companies end up increasing prices the following year and Kennedy doesn't contest that. But this becomes a fight that Kennedy believes he needs to fight. Not only because it's for the betterment of the country at that time. But it's also beneficial to him politically at a time when he's thinking about the midterms and his own reelection in 1964. As a tangent question I have to ask, I've been asked many times on the show is what if JFK hadn't been assassinated? This scenario is looked at repeatedly in fiction. All sorts of things happening that it would have been disaster, perhaps his Addison's disease would have progressed. Perhaps his affairs would have come to light would have targeted his image. Others look at a more optimistic scenario that the Vietnam War would have been handled better that one of the black marks on LBJ, the biggest that the war would have drawn down more quickly, the violent tensions in the late 1960s wouldn't have happened. So it's impossible to know. I won't hold you to a particular course of actions, perhaps you can speculate, but since you wrote an entire book on the topic, you're more informed than most. What would have happened a full JFK term and perhaps two terms? You know, it's really hard to say. And that's part of the Camelot myth. The reason that Kennedy has appellate is one of our greatest presidents is not only because of what he did and what he stood for, but what we think he would have done had he remained in the presidency. I think the greatest misconception is that JFK would have pulled out of Vietnam. There's wide speculation that he would have had the wisdom to pull U.S. troops out of Vietnam, which would become a quagmire for his successor, Lyndon Johnson, who escalated the war to his and the nation's detriment. It's even the subject of a Stephen King novel and the subsequent Hulu series 1122 63. But while JFK's pattern as president suggests that he may possibly have taken a more prudent path in Vietnam as he had by averting military conflict in Laos and Berlin and Cuba, there is no evidence or scant evidence at best that he would have definitively drawn from the war. In fact, just two months before his death, Kennedy said in a televised interview that it would be a deep mistake his words to do so, doubling down on the domino theory that suggested that allowing Vietnam to fall to communism would lead to other nations falling in turn. Even as is advisers, Robert McNamara, mcgeorge Bundy, dean rusk, were very hawkish on Vietnam and Bobby Kennedy said shortly after his presidency after his brother was assassinated that his brother didn't have any plans to do so. That becomes part of the Camelot myth in the latter part of the 1960s as Bobby Kennedy has aspirations to become president and turns away from the war is more dovish as it relates to the war. So I think that's one major misconception. Another thing I would like to look at is his complicated relationship with the civil rights movement because with LBJ stepping in, of course, one of his greatest legacies is the Civil Rights Act and this didn't start with LBJ. There was serious movement federally in the 1950s and then other forms before. How did JFK work with the actors in the civil rights movement with the freedom writers going through the south pushing a Supreme Court decision against segregation that isn't being enforced in Alabama and other places? How does he work with them and perhaps I wouldn't say against them, but not always hand in hand. Reluctantly is the answer. The majority of Americans didn't see the urgency and pushing civil rights and neither did John F. Kennedy. Who was far more interested in foreign policy and saw the civil rights movements exposure to the ravages of racial prejudices, tarnishing America's image abroad as we battled for moral high ground in the Cold War. Kennedy didn't act on civil rights as much as he reacted. Though he finally stepped up to civil rights by calling it a moral issue and proposing the Civil Rights Act banning racial segregation, he exercised little political muscle in attempting to pass the bill, which had languished upon his assassination. We see in the freedom rides in the spring of summer spring and summer of 1961 in the attempted admission of James Meredith to old miss in the fall of 62. The kennedys just reacting to what's happening. He's trying to defend those on the front lines of civil rights, but he's not doing anything proactive to advance the cause of civil rights. Until the spring of 1963, when we see the direct action campaign by the civil rights movement led by Martin Luther King in Birmingham, Alabama. And that's when George Wallace is standing in the doorway of administration building at the university of Alabama to prevent its integration. That's when Kennedy goes on television and largely extemporaneously makes the case that we should support civil rights, but it's a very tricky path for Kennedy, politically. While morally, there's no doubt that he wanted the movement to succeed.

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"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

06:11 min | 5 months ago

"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"Significantly because these are presidential aircraft or would be used to carry the president is that there are sort of additional security requirements for the people that work on the plane. That's very, very typical. So in a tight labor market, when you're trying to find qualified mechanics, that's hard enough right now. But you also have to find individuals who can pass the strict security requirements. Yeah, it's just a no win situation and trying to pass those background checks aren't necessarily easy. It's very difficult if you're going to have any kind of any foreign workers. And you just have to be able to get through the whole security clearance as well as have the skills. And as we've talked about before, the part of the problem with these particular aircraft is that they have to tear everything out in order to then rebuild it. And you have to have the security clearance on both sides of the tear out and the rebuild. I think Boeing is stated publicly that this $3.9 billion contract is something that they may be regret signing, at least with these with these terms. And they've lost a significant amount of money on this project so far. One last thing, and maybe David knows, but the current paint scheme that we see on Air Force One. That goes back quite a quite a ways, doesn't it, David, the Z go back to the Kennedy administration? It does. Jacqueline Kennedy was co designer. So it basically was originally done on the 7 O 7s to provide a color scheme that was traditional and it definitely had it was done an offer at the top of my head. I can't remember who the very famous artist was who did designs for various manufacturers that touch, but it was designed back in the Kennedy administration and went through all of the 7 O 7s, and then of course when the 7 47s came aboard, it's also on, again, like I said, the C 32s, which are the two 7 5 7s, as well as the C 37s, which is the 7 37. So the whole, that whole scheme is carried through on all of the executive flight aircraft for the air force. And it's probably the single most recognizable 747 in the world with that paint scheme. So seeing something changed that iconic would have been heartbreaking. Yeah, I can understand it. I actually rather like the darker paint scheme. I think it looks pretty good, but I think, you know, even without the potential overheating problems, I think there's a lot to be said for the tradition of the color scheme that we've had for all these years. And as you said, David, it's recognizable around the world. And believe it or not, it has changed once. Believe it or not, Jimmy Carter stripped the colors so they would be more fuel efficient during the fuel crisis in the 70s. Wow. There's a bit of trivia. Yeah, there's obscure trivia for you. But that didn't last very long. Part of it is, you know, sometimes you want an aircraft to where you want to have a signal to everybody, you know? Air Force One when it's parked on a tarmac. Is Air Force One and there's no, I know misidentifying it. So, you know, as a high value high value asset, you kind of like it to stick out like a short thumb. So that people know it's there and that it's going to be well guarded, et cetera. So having it look like a normal airliner probably wouldn't work so well. Not to mention an airliner of a lacking airliner that went out of business previously based the color scheme. It was based on. But let's move on to really cool things like F-35 aggressors. Aggressors, yes, the drive reports that the U.S. Air Force 65th aggressor squadron or a GRS has been reactivated at nellis Air Force Base in Nevada. Using the F-35 a lightning two, you can't get around using a fours and F 5s forever. You need pure equivalent aircraft and in other words, 5th generation aircraft. We have we all know that and we've talked about this that China has worked really hard to develop their stealth aircraft capabilities. And of course, the Russians also have. So we have near pure adversaries now that are flying more advanced aircraft than we were flying with our aggressors. Now the 65th has been on and off for a while. The 65th was flying at 15 and was retired for economic reasons in the last financial crisis where we had sequestration, the F 15s were sent back out to units. So they were using F 15s and F-16. So the F-16 state is aggressors, but the F-16s June and as well as all of our contractors who are flying things like a four K from New Zealand and F 5s from Switzerland and now is really of 16s. They are fourth generation or three plus generation aircraft. We need to have something that will teach our pilots how to fight 5th generation aircraft. So we're giving them F-35s to fight. Now, these are F-35s that are early block production..

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"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:34 min | 10 months ago

"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Some gambling talk, talking with athletes, celebrities, musicians, and more. Also, we got my guy Stanford Steve Ryan shotgun, trying to keep me out of the ditches. Download and subscribe to SV pod wherever you get your podcasts. We certainly appreciate it. Rate review subscribe. All that good stuff. We welcome you back. Rey is up next in Birmingham. Hey ray, good afternoon to you. Paul. Hey there. Yeah. I'll go. I will tell you about some being unfair. You know what I was growing up seems like the girls get away with a whole lot. What do you think about that Paul? Make sure me make sure I understand this. Ray, you said girls got away with what? Gets away with a lot of things. They get away with things. Okay. This later miss Kate called then she called Jim out. Gentlemen started that argument. I won't listen to the show. You think Jim from Tuscaloosa was justified in his reaction. What I'm saying? You know, in a sense then, you know, he got a bad rapper so called an end man with Jim because he left a woman like that. That's interesting. You are the first person to come to Jim's defense and maybe and why do you think that is? Well, I mean, I'm not the first to call this another day another guy called and he said his wife is here at the same thing. You want to talk to her, but he said, no, my wife been drinking and then you asked her and then she said she don't want to talk about his wife. So I discounted what he said because his wife was under the influence. Will you say in the same thing? Could we give you a sobriety test to make sure well no, I'm not on the fluid. We're just kidding here. I'm not being serious, please. Yeah. So by the way, do you like Jim as a caller? Yeah, I mean, he won the reason I listen to the show, you know what I'm making. You bring ease to the show, you know. Okay. Well, I'm glad to hear that. I'm glad to hear somebody come to Jim's defense. Yes, well, me and other people do too. Hey, how's my call about the other day the guy talking about the Roosevelt? She said somebody Illinois. You know, Illinois was merited. Franklin wrote, but he said. I didn't want to correct him on that. I mean, if you looked at the history of first ladies, I would think Eleanor Roosevelt would be in the top 5 of the most famous first ladies Mary Todd Lincoln, Martha Washington, Jacqueline, Kennedy. But I just didn't, he was on such a role. I didn't want to interrupt him, but yeah, I could not tell you Teddy Roosevelt's wife's name, but it wasn't Eleanor. But you know all through it with cousins, you know, Ellen. Yeah, they were cousins. You're right. And part of the reason became so famous that FDR was in The White House for almost 15 years. And she and she was a very influential and not only that she remained an influential figure for many, many years. Oh, yeah, CC positive. She will probably the person. Yeah. Thank you for the call. I'm glad you cleared that up. I hope people didn't go to bed thinking that teddy had stolen Eleanor Roosevelt from FDR. Augie, I know you didn't believe that. Well, there are a number of things I didn't believe, but Paul, first ladies. What about Dolly Madison? Yeah, I mean, when I think a Dolly Madison, I think of sweet rolls, don't you? Is that your Catholic high school education? Yeah. High school education. We knew about we knew about Kennedy, and that was pretty much it. Well, you'd be studying by now because these Catholics Biden is Catholic, you're absolutely right. Well, again, Catholic, but I won't take credit for that one. But Dolly Madison her house was burned down by the British. You're right. The British are coming. And what she did was she saved the original portrait of general president George Washington, so Dolly was man enough to step up and take action. So but raised right, girls get away with a lot of stuff. Two, two much. Really? But Paul, come on. He was taken up for Jim. Yesterday was a pretty tough day. You had some folks calling in with some very sad news. And then it got worse. Jim called in twice and then the Cicero of Columbus, Jeff calls in and jumps all over you. I mean, that's a bad day. I don't know if it could have gotten any worse. But I guess it could have Jim could have called in three times. Charles from real town could have called back. Well, and I'll jump to him, but your last interview, so we get to look forward to more years of Gary Danielson. Yeah, I have to tell you, after listening to oran, I'm pretty depressed. Because I was an optimist thinking that we would finally be done with that broadcast at three 30 on Saturday afternoon, but apparently we're not going to be. You know, I thought when who was the guy that was doing it with Danielson before, what was his name? Uncle vern. I thought Verne was like bad luck for LSU. And then he left, I looked at a little better, but not much better. I think Gary Danielson is the reason we're not doing good. I'm going to pin it on him and his bad karma. But yesterday, you had apparently in the years pass fixed up Charles. Yeah, it was the mother of a caller. I do remember it now, and we had them on together and I was pretty proud. I thought we had hit the bonanza and Charles made a complete fool out of himself. Well, okay. Don't give up the ship. Can you do the same for Jim? And I think you've got some pretty good prospects. Okay, let's do it. Very enamored with miss K with this Faye. If Jim, and by the way, I think K is, I think Kay's ready to find somebody, don't you? Well, no, I don't think Kate would go for Jim, but two prospects for Jim. Okay, Faye and pat. Yeah. I think Faye might be out of Jim's range. But then she's too smart for him. Pat defended Jim, so they could be karma mates. Well, pat's a big defender of Jim and Twitter and somebody. So really, I didn't know pat was a Twitter. I've tweeted some things back in reference to our friend and she's like you're a mean person, but I think the sentiment overwhelmingly is in favor of what I was tweeting. But I think that's what. I don't know what happened to augie, but we just lost him. Okay, why don't we do this? We'll figure out why augie vaporized in front of our eyes and we'll come right back with much more. You were listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Hey everyone, it's Michael. We've got big news from GMA. You can now listen to Good Morning America from the comfort of your home or car or while you walk the dog. We go where you go because GMA is now available as a podcast. Get the day's news, our exclusive interviews and the latest business and health headlines. GMA, the podcast available for free wherever you listen..

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"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

"Immediately following the assassination, as JFK was sped to a local hospital, police in the area began questioning witnesses. Anyone who had taken photos or footage of the event was asked to hand over their pictures or film as evidence. Over and over in pictures and the small handful of film footage taken at the event. One figure appeared. A person in a trench coat with a scarf over their head tied at the neck. The person could be seen in the images taking photos or video of their own. Police were keen to get their hands on the footage this person got. They seem to have had a great angle on the president. They were, after all, mere feet from the street, the motorcade passed on. And their photos were a film might shed some light on what happened. But no one could identify them. Police labeled the person the babushka lady because of the scarf on their head. They just as easily could have named them the trench coat person, but babushka lady it was, and they decided that babushka lady was a lady, so we'll go with that. These days, it takes one person uploading a video of a Karen being Cary for said Karen to be identified, publicly shamed and possibly fired. Only later to be quietly rehired and sue for wrongful termination or whatever. But in 1963, it was much harder to identify people in grainy photos and footage. So who was this mysterious person lurking underneath the trench coat and headscarf? Police immediately put out an all points bulletin requesting information on this stranger. Oddly, though, they don't seem to have done any more than that. Like why they didn't pass out flyers around town or put something in the newspaper requesting information from the public, like a can you identify this person type of thing? I don't know. Police wanted more than just her photos or footage though. They were particularly interested in the babushka lady because something about her was suspicious. For starters, they thought, the weather was hot and sunny. Why would anyone be wearing a trench coat and headscarf on such a glorious day? And like, sure, trench coat is an odd choice, but it had been raining earlier that morning. One would think she might have at least opened the coat, though, given the temperature around the time the motorcade passed through the Plaza was around 67°. But who knows? Maybe she ran cold. Maybe she spilled tomato soup on her dress at lunch and didn't want to be embarrassed in case the president looked at her. Maybe she was a flasher on her way to her favorite flashing spot when she just happened to cross the motorcade. We don't know. As for the headscarf, I mean, that was a fairly ubiquitous accessory. In the 60s, it's not that unusual. The wind was blowing. Maybe she just had her hair set the night before and was trying to maintain her curls. Maybe her grays were coming in, gasp. Maybe she found that headscarf to be the exact right material to keep her at exactly the temperature she found most comfortable. Regardless of the myriad reasons she may have been dressed that way. Police found her outfit worth noting. Also odd, according to police, was her reaction to the horrible violence she was witnessing. If you haven't ever seen the footage of the second bullet hitting Kennedy's head, it's surprisingly gruesome. Or maybe I was just surprised because I had never really seen it in slow motion or in color or zoomed in before. Not to be too gore happy, but the side of his head was blown apart. And while I knew that Jacqueline Kennedy, his wife, infamously crawled over the back of the car to pick up the pieces of her husband's skull, I still wasn't really hip to how messy the whole thing was. Despite the awfulness on display in front of her though, and while others around her either fell to the ground for cover or ran, the babushka lady stood fast, apparently continuing to document the immediate aftermath. Police found this particularly strange. What kind of person seemingly has little to no reaction when witnessing a murder of anyone, let alone the leader of the free world. But people are infinitely complex and our reactions are not always predictable. Picking up pieces of your husband's skull and brain off the back of the car in which he's just been shot personally I find that to be an incredibly strange reaction. I'm not judging misses Kennedy, she was just reacting. Who knows what made her do that? Her body probably moved before her brain even registered what was happening. Maybe she thought they'd be able to put it back on. Later, in surgery, she quietly handed over the pieces of her husband's head, she had been carrying since that moment. Denial is a crazy thing. It may be the babushka lady was also having an automatic reaction. Maybe her response to danger was to freeze. While others fled or jumped in to try to help maybe the babushka lady just kept filming as some people claim she did because everything else had just sort of shut down. Maybe she was deaf and didn't react because she didn't even hear the gunshots. For me, personally, when I'm confronted with the threat of danger, I get very dizzy and then unbelievably exhausted. If you've listened to any earlier episodes of this podcast, you know that tired is my baseline. So imagine what happens to me when I'm truly threatened or I experience real trauma? You've heard of fight, flight or freeze. For me, it's a big time freeze in the form of hardcore napping. It's probably why I slept for about 20 years after my mother died. The thing is, though, if you watch the clips of Kennedy's assassination, you'll see all kinds of different responses from bystanders in the immediate aftermath of the shooting. The babushka lady is not the only one who doesn't move. Indeed, the people shooting the footage in which she appears also clearly didn't move and kept filming. Perhaps they had the wherewithal to somehow know instantly that what they were filming was of epic historical importance, so they put their emotions aside and kept getting footage. Also, it may not have been obvious to the witnesses what they were witnessing as it happened. Everything happened so quickly. They might not even have had time to process what they were filming until later. And then there was the babushka ladies wide stance. I could go off on a tangent about a certain former Republican senator from Minneapolis from his wide stance defense. I wasn't looking for a blowy in the men's room. I just do splits while I'm peeing. But I'm better than that. I won't stoop that low or rather stand that wide. Moving on. Personally, I don't think the babushka lady stance is anything to write home about. Maybe she was a second wave feminist who was just practicing taking up her space. Maybe she had weird balance issues. Maybe the babushka lady had such a big penis she couldn't put her legs together. If I learned anything from growing up taking the New York City subway, it's that most men have penises so big that they have no choice but to spread their legs. Otherwise, their poor penises and Bali will be squished. They are very tender. And anyway, her stance was not all that wide. According to the official record, police never identified the babushka lady, but word got out about the mysterious and elusive witness, and where there was little to no information as usual conspiracy theories and suppositions began to seep in..

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"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on 60 Minutes

60 Minutes

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on 60 Minutes

"Are good. Nothing wrong. Michele's idea of beauty and style is nothing like the Gucci that defined luxury for decades. Guccio Gucci started the company in the 1920s making high end luggage. 40 years later, Gucci was being mourned by princess grace of Monaco and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Slick and sexy Gucci ruled the 90s, but in the years that followed the Gucci family had sold all its interests. The brand lost its mojo and market share. That's when Gucci's new CEO Marco bizarre showed up. The impeccably tailored yin to Michele's Yang. It first glance you two look like you shouldn't go together, right? Totally. But in a way we have the same love for beautiful things. The way we express that can be different, but at the end, this is Gucci. Bizarre had a full blown crisis on his hands when he took over in 2015. His top designer quit just weeks before a show. Bizarre could have hired anybody, but people inside the house begged him to talk to Alessandro Michele. He'd been with Gucci 12 years, designing handbags and accessories. So I met him in his apartment and it opened the door and something that I'd never saw in any single thing in any shop in Gucci. So then I sat down and I was looking around in the world all this anti beautiful color, beautiful texture and amazing taste. Even the way which was served with a coffee was so elegant, I felt myself very sweet to say everything. What did you say? Oh, I was saying what the brand maybe was not at that time was not so relevant because the brand lost this kind of beautiful strangeness. So I asked him, listen, if I point you as a creator that are you willing to do the show, dementia, that it was going to happen in 5 days. 5 days. I don't see never been held in fashion history that someone made a show for the company like ours. This size in 5 days. And he said, yes. This is what Michele whipped up for his first show in less than a week. Nobody knew.

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"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on This American President

This American President

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on This American President

"Right there. An assistant. She apparently called the ambulance and they she thought had to was when he knocked on the door. He said, oh, excuse me, ma'am. Even though we've been looking for for weeks. Wow. And so and not everyone might know this, but the Secret Service in addition to protecting the president, they also take on counterfeit crimes, which is one of their original missions. So that's what he was doing. And then how did he transition into the protection side of things? Well, all of the field offices did the counterfeiting and stolen and forged checks business. So they were just regular law enforcement people with that specialty. But any time the protective details needed extra people, which is very frequently, they would tap the people out in the field to come and do it. For example, well, one thing they also investigated was threatening letters that came from their area, which were a lot of letters. Kennedy got letters about coup letters. And he was president, then a lot of people hated him for all kind of different reasons. So they would investigate that. But then Jacqueline Kennedy loved to come to New York and they had a regular Sweden, a hotel there. And so whenever she would come, they'd get Jerry to go stand post outside our hotel room door or meter airplane or something like that. And then sometimes Jack would come with her and so he met him, but Jerry was always at the tail end of the protection, but he was around it. And he liked it, but his boss thought he was not White House material. He said he's a great field agent, but he's not White House material. Because they figured he wasn't sophisticated enough. He had a southern accent and we didn't have a lot of money and we had two suits, and he just alternated them and the Cody had from Nashville with a London farm, but it wasn't lined and that New York weather, you know, we didn't have money for clothes. We hardly had money for anything. And so he wasn't sophisticated in the way those guys were. And so they thought he would be White House material, which is one of the great ironies of his life. Yeah, no kidding..

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"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"He said, yeah, we have Bridget seduced me. Kate Jackson. Oh, she was the sexiest of all the Charlie angels. Carly Simon, well, sure, the song, you know, you're so vain. They went on all night. It was longer than the dinner. Joni Mitchell, Brent eckland, Judy, carne, Goldie on, Michelle Phillips, Candice Bergen, Melanie Griffin, Raquel Welch, Iman, Mary Tyler Moore. Can you get further away from Mary Tyler Moore than Iman? Diana Ross. Connie Chung, what? Diane Sawyer, that kind of didn't surprise me because one time I think I told you I was in the CVS building and I walked by her in the hole, I was gonna go see Dan Rather, and she walked by me and we were the only people in the small little hallway. And she was beautiful. And she waited at me, and I was like, oh, oh my God. She stopped me for a second. She went to kind of like, wow, wow, lost my footing a little bit. So I can understand that one. And if she was much younger when he was with her, sure. Isabel ajani, yeah, yeah. Barbara streisand had heard about that. He confirmed it. Here's a weird one, Justine Bateman. What? Yeah. Apparently Justine and her brother were kind of, I don't know what you call it. They kind of had this little routine they did when they were younger and not a lot of risque routine, but they did some things and they were in like the crowd of people because Justin Bateman had been acting. He's like 8 years old. So he knew everybody. And he was invited to all these parties and they were called the Bateman brats. So anyhow, Justine babe, I never expected that. And here's one. I never thought of. And I was a little surprised, not really, but I'd never heard gossip on this. Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, that would be a yes. So look, this one on for a long time. The point is were there for over an hour and we hadn't even scratched the surface and Warren is listening to all these names and he seemed to be, you know, thinking back to those wonderful times and all in all, we had a wonderful night. And I'll tell you what happened at the end. Again, he's with the net Benny. At the end, and it was also one of those nights where I began to flirt with Stephanie James, and I thought, well, I got to date this girl. And I ended up dating her. Johnny ended up being with Donna Alexander. So it was like love was in the air that night in all worked out, but here's how it ends. Warren had a car, a town car. He had a driver. And I think he was staying up at the Pierre hotel, I believe. And he goes on the call out. Carlyle, either way, he says, well, I'm gonna head out wonderful meal.

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"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on Write About Now

Write About Now

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on Write About Now

"To get off night secrets about the right race. Nixon was a member of the aa pay. Had been friends with the whitney young had hung around with one with the king. He had done everything right until the sixty election. In which could nixon refuse to help. A martin luther king when he got imprisoned and thrown away in some back water gel night sixteen and whereas kennedy the magic have to call it that to call mrs cake and establish report with the black community which she didn't have four but he did it one stroke. Nixon said that would be grandstanding. Didn't want to cause next was hoping to get a chunk in the south and Jackie robinson huge republican was left. The nixon train cry because next then get it. It's one of those magic moments than separated kennedy for the the nixon knew the moment and what it what it meant kennedy at this great iconic sets of won't trips peace corps. Jacqueline kennedy can solve and he knew he could build his his image on iconic production. He could do these things that would make him this historic thinker. Like the mon show. Which of course made it forever. Yes start put a man on the right answer. Your question is. I came for republican family. I got a bit more conservative than my dad or the early sixties with goal. I can't worry clinton another person. I h hope. Went for the libertarian case. We wanted that our lives free later on. It became who wants to wear a helmet. We motorbike well. You should and the law says you shook but deliver ten would say. Take your chance. Sounds anti sir now right well. Unfortunately that's become yeah. Yeah really sick. I would think. I would put that in with the fluoridation battle. So the fifties were the real right way your types would say their florida dining award for dating water which is okay because you'll have plus decay. But why should the state make that decision right. That's a reasonable libertarian. Argument totally reasonable but it was reasonable. The crazy libertarian. Argument with a right way argument would be. They're trying to score minds up with four. And then you'll find out later that the soviet union has four nation my daughter than their own people. Maybe they're not just ridiculous. the ludicrous. so that's the kinds of the arguments. We had back then for nation things like that. So when did you switch over..

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"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"To go and play hide and seek. Want to go and bounce the moon. Just like a toy balloon, you know, and I Are just like a couple of tots. Running across, smell O pick it up. Lots of forget me Nots. You make me feel so young. Make me feel There are songs to be Sun bells to be rung, wonderful fling to be flung. And even when I'm old and gray, I'm going to feel the way I do today because you you make me feel So young. You make me feel so young. You make me feel so young. Oh, you make me feel so young. That was my uncle Frank Sinatra is singing his 1960 release. You make me feel so young. From his songs for Swinging Lovers album. And it's perfect for Dean and Dina Martin's nightcap Here on 77 W. ABC radio. I love playing this fabulous music and sharing wonderful memories with you. Memories like this one is from my book. Memories are made of this. When I was 15.5 years old. I needed a car. I was attending Beverly Hills High School and had completed my driver's Ed course. At last a driver's license. I had a summer job at Jack's clothing store. Customers like Jacqueline Kennedy and Natalie Wood were regulars. But I wasn't earning enough money to pay for a car. So I asked Dad for one. Well, what do you want, he replied. Hadn't counted on him agreeing so easily and couldn't think what to say, Uh, Volkswagen, I guess I said, thinking of the little cute Beatles everyone loved at the time. The following morning, Dad walked me out onto our huge circular driveway and they're set my very own shiny red VW complete with a little wooden steering wheel. After thanking him profusely. I asked if I had wanted a Mercedes would I have gotten one? He'll never know, he said with a smile. Walking back inside. Oh, man. This is Dina Martin, and I'll be right back with more great music on Dean and Dina Martin's nightcap here at Music Radio 77 w. ABC. Dina Martin W. ABC tomorrow it born from the tragedy of 9 11..

"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Message. Another one here A tweet which has come in says made me makes me glad i live in scotland. Can't see how removing all restrictions anything other than utterly reckless following the money now not science. Suppose we see the consequences in a few weeks but meantime good luck to all of those who wished to remain a bit more cautious and another one here. Today is the reverse of freedom day for me. I wished to stay safe and not catch. Covert to avoid all the potential complications as mosk wearing already become spotty transport. Museum shops accenture. All now off my list. I am in profound disagreement. With the government's approach much prefer the approach adopted in scotland and wales moss reduce individual freedom in the way as not smoking in pubs and restaurants. Do keep your thoughts coming today on. If anything is changing for you on this so called freedom day are actually if nothing changes fear. We're on eight. Four eight four four on the text or you can get in touch with social media. Where at bbc woman's hour now. Maria callas is one of the most famous opera singer. She had a fiery relationship with our startling nasa who broke her heart when he left her to marry jacqueline kennedy. But very little is known about the woman behind the diva. She was brought up in new york angry by an emotionally abusive mother. Who forced her to sing will despite being admired by hollywood stars and royalty she fought sexism to rise to the top but never had a happy private life. Lindsey spends his new book cost diva draws on previously unseen documents. To reveal her tragic story. I was given access to about three or four. Large american archives and a lot of the letters never published before or there had only been snippet so we didn't really know the context of the letters and just reading them and seeing copies of her medical reports. It just shed new light on. Hey maria really was and what she was going through and really just her life as a woman and that's what stood out for me. I think that's more important than knowing about maria the artist. Because we all know who calluses but we don't really know who maria is before maria was.

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"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"I was in prison during the pandemic I don't exactly know the situation in. Prisons was before i was dame but i was there during the pandemic and elect enough day to day interaction. I was exhausted spy spanning ours locked in our cells beaver even able to exercise our basic rights. Such as socializing with other detainees or Going to jim doing sports. It felt like your imprisons while you're in prison. He mentioned the campaign. What was happening on the outside to help. Get you out and imagine you are obviously instrumental in that. What will it take to to bring him back home. Because you can't come back to candidate so dehaan needs to be turkey for little bit. More is not a low. he's conditionally released. Meaning the trial still continue. The hearings will continue in september and he needs to report to the police center twice a week. So that's still kind of probably like an open-air prison experience right now that he's going through where still very glad that he is out and we are hoping that japan will be able to safely return to canada. He will be acquitted by hopefully by the end of this year. We are fighting for as soon as possible We are also hoping that canada will fast track his citizenship application because gina's citizenship candidate as a permanent residence in. He only had few days left before he was eligible to become a citizen and we are hoping that canada will support us in that in that process. What do you wanna do when you come back to canada. I i just want to get back to my home. To my university. To produce knowledge that is useful for for young people. The marginalized communities are social movements avenue to know contributes to community that. I have been part of for years in canada in ottawa. I most according center for urban youth research at cardiff university which was founded by my doctoral. Screw visored Jacqueline kennedy so. I'm also looking forward to continuing. I've working grits. Bits academies activists and community organizations a reaching the center. Urban new research has vowed i just wanted to add. I think he also will not complain about off winter. Just embraced enter the called here. No yeah right now. It's a lot like istanbul weather as america's probably told you the han really great to be able to talk to you and hopefully we'll see you when you come back to canada. Thank you both for this. Thank you so much. Thank you for having thank you. That was john air doll a canadian permanent resident who was detained by turkish authorities. He's an istanbul and.

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"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

"Number twenty three which british actor who suffered serious head injuries in the nineteen ninety car accident played the character of renting in the bbc. Wartime sitcom lolo number twenty four. Which city provides the setting for the opening scene of one thousand nine hundred seventy one film. The french connection number twenty five. What's the name of the process by which an unstable nucleus loses energy but radiation okay ancestor. Today's quiz then one was games. People play number one. The decade of the nineteenth century when overarm bowling was legalized in cricket. Walls the eighteen sixties. It was eight hundred sixty four to be precise number two in the card game bridge. The highest ranking suit is spades number three the maximum number number of runners permitted to start the grand national be forty horses number four and it is in diving that a competitive performed tux. And pike's number five in the board game cluedo the feature that the four corners rooms contain that the others don't is that they all contain secret. Passage round two was marble play sculptures and statues round number six. The armless statue that has been exhibited in the louvre in paris. Rediscovery is the venus de milo number. Seven overlooking rio de janeiro christ. The redeemer is a thirty meters tall number eight. The army that was buried with the emperor of china was made of terra. Cotta number nine. The italian artist antonio canvas sculpture of perseus is holding up the head of medusa a number ten the artists that produced a series of found found object sculptures known as ready mades with the porcelain urinal. The bicycle wheel was marcel. Duchamp ran three was the oh happy day round number eleven the shakespeare's history plane that contains we few we happy. Few we band of brothers is henry. The fifth number twelve the animated film in which elijah wood robin williams and hugh jackman are improperia. Wins is happy feet number thirteen according to the advert. Happiness is a cigar called hamlet number fourteen actor and director who played ritchie cunningham. In happy days is ron howard. A number fifteen as of march twenty twenty one the un world. Happiness report ranks finland. The happiest country in the world has done four times in a row round four. Was the grays the new gray round number. Sixteen the name that you would better know lord greystoke as tarzan number. Seventeen the ex prime minister. That was always gray and spitting image with john. Major number eighteen the Oscar wilde novel walls the picture of dorian gray them nineteen lady. Jane grey was the queen of england for nine days and the twenty. The nintendo game boy was first released in the nineteen eighty s. He was nine hundred thousand nine in japan and north america and then released in one thousand nine hundred. Ninety in europe and career ran five. Was the general knowledge round number twenty one. The tv adverts that feature the james bond star figure that goes to great lengths to deliver box of chocolates to a lady is for milk tray number. Twenty two the maiden name of jacqueline kennedy onassis bouvier number twenty three the british actor who suffered head injuries in one thousand nine hundred and played renting twat in lolo gordon k number twenty four. The city that provides the setting for the opening scene of the french connection is marseille. I'm number twenty five. The name of the process by which an unstable nucleus loses energy by radiation is a radioactive decay but also accept nuclear decay radio activity radioactive disintegration on nuclear disintegration.

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"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

"I will give you further. I disagree there. But i will give you the benefit of doubt that he's been playing for a very long and he's been playing with grown men Anyone is anyone. Don chituwo albany. Grinning firewood Because in basketball goes So law. But it's i still. I still want to give credit to the adjustment. Franklin this debt is nobody else on the mavericks that dixie attention away from the defenses. Right now i mean is is as border skoda. Goede as greenies because you brought that example. I split us quota as he is defensive still have to adjust agree because they have no clue what he's gonna do with the ball like winter on green has the ball in his hands except for scoring. The man is a genius. They did in terms of well. Well it a fact. It is a fact in ubon who average one. You don't have this twelve game genius at the ball in your head. It's lead if you have to border steph curry who is the best shooter of arkley dumps talking about. I'm talking about the month of february. Twenty twenty one month of february twenty twenty one issue avenue twelve assists in the western conference which is which we asked. The all via has gotten far. Tougher is extremely lawyers. Who average twelve assists again can not be a genius with the ball except for scoring. And i made that point we give this game except let's go to beat the as we've looked at the couple of a couple of obeef a couple of weeks away the heat under the smock. Somebody somebody voted. The smartest tumbled in the history of the nba. Something oh yeah. I want the three point. He thought he would get. They're like oh who's who is one of the defenses in that situation. Want the board voted. They want because they don't care. They don't have to foul him. If it wasn't an immediate his hands they have to follow up live. So but that being said i ve very least. He needs attention off steph. Got when he moves. He's not this. Bill that stands in one place and bosses let you in the android mix with the big name escalating who literally just stack block. Fat guys yeah. This nearly huge guy. He was six five three hundred bounds. Bobby heavier than jacqueline kennedy. The brother of whether the brother of mark's feeling he was lied to me. But i don't know the likely to work stays. He would do this thing where you just go blank himself. Right between low post hype not even logos argument. I perceive blunkett's you the standard sison. He saw a bigger gun moved him and he would shoot boss. Then he'd like five six assists a game awful as that's antoinette. It's feet wallin. It's fun as been dry. Dry him a dachshund yacht Cut so greens not all commodities. He digs the attention. And that's one of the reasons why people are upset Because you need that attention off cutting now cutting transcended that even if you give him all the attention he's gonna find a way to bunch is not bought in yet. I don't think he is. I need to give if you're if you've got that possessions in again. I'm martha player pretty high base. How who is taking identify of off dodgers not scared of anybody on the minds at melbourne so fettered. If he's young he's he's he's not but who often the mavericks i think policy could play the mavericks. Eman and disabilities said he will keep the daunted all five lows of. Let's figure the mavericks. The madison student only managed by denver arms and and this is a knock on putting a team around him. Percents seat anyway. Maybe we've talked about the steph. Got even talked about your kids. Embiid janice no not lebron bessbrook and other people's adnew we need to they all have in common. Yes exactly you're right. They're all all-stars. So we are going to segue into the all-star game this Supposed to happen they they had they shed your whole thing. What's going in. Johnston island want benaroya all-star team but also should they have in that make sense to give us an insight about what you thinking as i think they all seconds of business decision not i think it is abe. Is this decision right. it's i think. I think i believe this ball came out a statement. Says it all right. He's the all star game is not a player's decision. It is the decision of the management of the awful league and as players. We have to find a way to have the These but we have to have that conversation and seaman the look on the players who have come out in opposition of the all star game happy one is of course the the most media defending is whether it's a liberal on whether it is jaanus obviously the big stars and then he asked the folks who made his comments now. It's easy for the. Just be that. I think this conversation to be had on meal charter. The nba one of the What one of the decisions we had which venture is like lord of this pandemic conversation around the business of nba has largely been front ended on the media on. The media's front ended on the on the negotiation uber but on the media. It's been front ended. The conversation has been factored by those dolphin clears layers on sitting on one hundred and fifty two hundred million dollar contracts lebron's very close to becoming a billionaire. It's easy for these people to say. Hey man we should not have. It's a deming valid points. Should you have an all star. Game trivial garnered independent doubtful because the. Us fucking humphries just struggling with bendon but it is a business decision document impact. Most of all the people in the middle of the back force in terms of silent effect. That that what what would what would we could call the class. And because the nba lost one point five billion dollars last year right. I think this is a number. That's been bubbly that most likely the most likely to lose money this year. But they just don't and we don't know the reason why we don't know what that is is because we still don't know how they're adjusting avoid things behind the scenes that we don't have gone issues that are going on between donald sports and adamson vo and so forth but you have to look at the allstate as a business decision. I get that these players are concerned about safety. But let me say this. Which was the first league in the woods to complete a season with zito over it. Positive gourds a the so if anybody can pull off an all star game it's the nba right addenda. People that good pelota massive debt people who confidently boil off actually saw three people who three weeks that can pull off a massive event now. The ufc has players per bugging literally. Officer interdict god Sixteen years the nba..

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"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Right here in Washington, D C on this fourth weekend of January 2021 inaugural weekend. And, of course, that means there's a new occupant of the White House. My next guest knows all about that, because he just happens to be the president of the White House Historical Association. Stewart McLaurin, How are you, sir? I'm doing Well, Peter Great to be with you in this very exciting week in Washington. It is an exciting week because I'm sure you'd be the first to tell me that every president shapes what happens at the White House. In terms of design, the choices that are made not necessary, always the floor plan. But what goes on inside and and in many cases, some additions as well. What we do joke that every new presidency thinks that history begins with them, but in reality, they do have an opportunity to shape the house. They become temporary custodians of the White House. On behalf of the American people and each first lady we work with principally the first lady. But each president and first lady may take on 3 to 4 major projects that become legacy type projects and do other things in the house during their time in office. I mean, I remember I'm old enough to remember. I'll say that apologetically, I suppose, but I'm old enough to remember when. When Jacqueline Kennedy changed the China Service, I believe Well, you know there there has been quite a tradition of presidential China. Not every president gets new China it's typically done in the second term of the two term presidency. But there are many sets of China before the Kennedy administration. A new president could come in the office and get rid of anything they wanted to. And so some of the China found its way out into the public and still is there today. Since the Kennedys The White House has the museum status, so everything that is acquired art furniture furnishings China becomes part of the White House collection like he would have in a museum. So what? You're basically saying Stuart is the White House. In addition to being you know, the most important building the nation's capital is also now warehouse. Well, you know, it's a museum. You know, we think of it is Office to the president and his staff. It's the home to the president, his family they actually live there in residence. It's this ceremonial stage upon which we receive our countries. Most important visitors in state visits, and then it's the museum and on when things were normal without a covert scenario about 506 100,000 visitors a year would go through the White House. And that's an important thing to us. And our vision at the White House Historical Association is to keep the White House as open and accept as accessible to the public as possible. You know, I remember when I was covering the White House, walk into the White House press room and then being told by one of the You know, the veteran correspondent there that the floor I was standing on used to be Kennedy swimming pool. That's right. It was a Kennedy sweep pool underneath, and now if you were to take that floor up, you would see remnants of that. But it's also filled with wires and cables for all of those television cameras and support The modern technology of the press today, you know the West Wing itself, although it was created by Teddy Roosevelt. Offices and the spaces in the West Wing have changed in morphed over time, The press used to be over and the northwest corner of the West Wing, where the National Security Council is now. And then it was made Lord accessible to the president's in a place to brief and that's where we're very familiar with the briefing room today, But you're right for President Kennedy. It was a swimming pool, and it was a beautiful mural. On that wall that is now at the Kennedy Library in Boston. And I believe it was Richard Nixon, who covered it right. He made it. He floored over the same people he did. And isn't that ironic that he created this space for the press to come and be accessible? Had to engage with him and his press staff. And yet it was. He had such a contentious relationship with the meeting of, although I would expect that most presidents would say. The media is very tough on them. Think maybe right there. I think you may be right there and the other thing I remember about the White House and you'll have to tell me if it's still there. There was a bowling alley wasn't there. Well, they're actually two There was a bowling alley. There is the bowling alley, Curly I one lane bowling alley underneath What you would think of is the really the basement level of the White House. And if you were When you walk up the north portico of the White House, and you're going in the north door. If you were able to go directly under that to the basement level, that is where the bowling Alley is in the in the main White House. There's also a facility over and what we call the old executive office building on the ice and Howard building. But the Nixon like the bowl there. Several presidents enjoy bowling and certainly Families of presidents and grandchildren of presidents have enjoyed bowling but that one lane bowling alley still does exist in the main residence. I'm not sure President Trump pulled down there, but I do remember a Obama might have done it. Although he did also build a basketball court will be back with more..

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"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline kennedy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Lives Matter. Plaza walk past ICC go to the gift shop right next to the White House on. Then I went online and discovered it was close to that one and work anyway and then saw that the this year's white House Christmas ornament was not about an historic event that's taken place in the White House. Usually, these ornaments feature things like a wedding that's taken place or if there were Children during a certain administration, a rocking horse that a child is used different historical facts, never partisan. But this year's official ornament is the official portrait that hangs in the White House today of The 35th president, JFK that portrait where he has his arms folded. He's looking down in a very thoughtful way and on the back of the ornament and is the quote from the first lady Jacqueline Kennedy, Spain, the White House belongs to the American people. And here's the reason why I refused to buy it. By the way, don't just buy it for myself. I always buy her family members. It's the easiest gift each year because they're going to get it. It's great. There's always a story inside beautiful box, and I was like it's partisan. It's also was lazy. There's no story behind it. It's just the portrait. It's just a replica of it. It's not some event that took place. And I felt that this was the White House Historical associations attempt to be partisan in this year's Christmas ornament. Usually people of whatever party they are could go and get an ornament and enjoy it. This year is different for me. Would you can't stay here is my question for you. Would you hang an ornament on your tree? That was a portrait of JFK. Well, not for the reasons that you just like, Basically, you just made a compelling argument this like quote that they strapped on the back of it from Jacqueline, candidate that says the White House belongs to the American people. It's like that. I mean that. And of course it is the people's house. No question, but like this idea, so, But why this year? Why in particular you running this quote this year? In this tournament, and you can't help but think it's kind of the same variety is the rest of establishment, you know, look down their nose at Trump and his supporters. Washington which is like get out Get out. This is the people's house. You get out of it. You don't know in this place we've and you know, maybe you and I are over reading this. Maybe this is something that's been the words for in the works for years. Maybe they had no idea what President was going to be in the White House right now, but The reality is You look at this and you're like, really the JFK ornament. Is this supposed to be about the White House is supposed to honor something cool and neat and artistic about the White House itself. And in fact, you know, last year I loved last year's tournament. Did you get last year's tournament? Oh, yeah. Anything. Is this marine? Ah, I think it was a Sikorsky It was. It was honoring Dwight Eisenhower's this amazing awesome helicopter. Was so cold. It was so cold, the 2019 ornament. I bought it for everybody. I bought it from my friends. My family. That was Mike. I was my Christmas gift. Last year. In fact, I ran into a listener as I was walking back from the gift shop. And and and she's like I events that I'm like. Hey, and I said, I'm just coming from the White House gift shop. I just bought a ton of these helicopter ornaments and she looks inside my bag and I've got a ton of them and she looked up at me. She goes. Of course you would buy those of course, like I was like, Yeah, You know me well, what I thought was interesting about last year's. It was a bigger box. The normal is well to be able to fit the helicopter. It's the only box that's larger than the previous ones. But I also think that this fits in lying to you with a problem that I've seen as far as the reaction to the Trump Administration. I mention this little bit earlier in the show, and that's how Melania Trump has been ridiculed for her decorating of the White House year after year, which I just think it's ridiculous. We're now going to switch over to abide in administration where I'm sure there's going to be glowing reports. What Jill Biden does to decorate the White House next year for Christmas. And this is what I hate about like sports teams not going to the White House. Because Trump is, then can't we just realized this is the office of the presidency? There is the White House itself that we should be proud of, regardless of which President is then there and I just feel like the ornament this year. Became partisan, not my favorite reading. Imagine their Baja bug to everyone, but we'll be right back. It is 7 40 to 1. W M a up Guys 20 twenties bit of roller coaster of a year..

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Inquiry Ends Into Exxon Mobil’s Accounting Tied to Climate Change

Bloomberg Businessweek

02:04 min | 4 years ago

Inquiry Ends Into Exxon Mobil’s Accounting Tied to Climate Change

"To know the majority, of people who ordered the three week quickstart now only nineteen ninety-five go, on to order more let's see if we can get you, out of pain to go to relieffactor Dot com A couple of rocking chairs used by John f. Kennedy are among the items that were sold at Americana auction on Cape Cod. In Massachusetts one leather-upholstered rocking chair JFK used in the White House fetched fifty, thousand dollars Eldridge auctions a cane. Backed rocker he used in his private suite. At Manhattan's Carlyle hotel went, for forty two thousand five hundred late president used rockers on the advice of a physician to help alleviate chronic back pain twenty two, years ago a couple of Kennedy rocker sold for more than four hundred thousand dollars each and the auction of the Jacqueline Kennedy estate also sold at the Cape Cod auction a set of pens with which JFK, signed legislation including the creation of the. Peace corps they fetched six. Thousand dollars I'm one. In Levinson President Trump wants us space for new. Military service, he says is needed to ensure American dominance and Spacey ideas falling flat for now at the Pentagon where the president's defense chief has said it would add burdensome bureaucracy and expense breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com The Trump administration has dropped. To your, best into how Exxon Mobil corporation factors climate change regulations and how it calculates the value of its assets so securities and Exchange Commission says it will not recommend and enforcement action against the company at this time Exon faces separate investigations in New York and Massachusetts, into allegations it misled investors. About climate change issues and that is correspondent Dennis Crowley reporting a survivor of the deadliest mass shooting in modern. US history says it was a gut wrenching that Las Vegas police did. Not determine a motive for the rampage Meghan O'Donnell Clements of Wilmington Delaware. Told the Associated Press on Friday dot knowing why Stephen paddock opened fire on the crowd of that concert she attended back in October is quote. Kind of horrifying because.

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