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"joe mccain" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
"Been talking about what what will well did. The problem is is that you can't overemphasise just on the community. I mean you can't treat acute heart attacks through acute stroke or cancer surgery or be. You're serious pneumonias. You can't treat into community so you still need a hospital system now. I had one experience of this. Kind of transformative healthcare. Maybe when i was younger doctor in the uk and i saw for example the funding. I'm being pushed into prime primakov trust. I what you've got we've got. You got a skewed view of taking where it was massive investments into community which essentially stripped to hospitals evolved manpower undelighted resources and and then we the we the bigger problem in our acute hospitals. 'cause we still need it to treat these so you need a balanced approach. You have to invest in primary care because primary care is the fundamental of preventing health from deteriorating from preventing many of these conditions. You people coming to hospitals. That don't actually need to be there. Lastly briefly professor collins m you you say this. There's no point in bank holidays. There's no point in talking about bonuses. If all this is going to continue my own view and the person view but i don't think i'm alone in this few many of us feel into health service and i'm not just talking about. Maybe what people would view as well paid doctors. Many of us into has service feel does to try and this discussion rewarding front cares frontline staff could potentially be socially divisive it could also be internally divisive to be honest with you and i and so i feel if you ask people in general people said you'll loss if you actually gave us a prog you're going to invest in improving and the actual environments inside in our hospitals. We'd actually probably preferred us all right. Thank you for your time this morning. At professor ronan collins from kinsale very proud of that fact based at taylor hospital in dublin. Mary's a geriatrician and stroke consultants. Thank you dr collins. Eight hundred fifty seven one five nine nine six just that particular line that stands out. People need the privacy to vomit. People need the privacy to have diarrhea and maybe not make it to the toilet. People need the privacy to be told bad news and to grieve for bad news in our hospitals and his views are very experienced professional. It's not their ports six. Fm some reactions deductor run on collins. Call us so. There was there for hours conditions. The staff from the cleaners consultants have to work under his absolutely appalling. I could hear all the medical history of the men next to me and the nurse was trying to keep it private but it was just impossible the kind and caring me though when i told him i'd have a heart instant. It just turned out to be pain from my ribcage. Thank you for highlighting this as a nurse. It's so so hard to fight the care. We want to our patients so the standard we know we can because of the work environment and done says hi with all the talk over awards to workers increasing. Divide a bank. Holiday should be given and that day should be a day of reflection and to remember our loved ones who passed away from covert and on the trust me. I'm a doctor song. Comic says excellent song and music composition fund resemblance to queen. Anne even the mopus love big chateau to norma nurse in the mercy kinda looking after my mom chevanton. After penn decisiveness operation. Thanks almac eighteen. Fifty seven one five nine six tomorrow's the budget and we'll be talking about it extensively throughout the program. What would you like to see. Before the announcement is made water. We likely to see windy. Announcement is made narrowed lunchtime. It'll be all in tomorrow morning's papers but we want to know from you as well what you'd like to see as a priority that's for tomorrow but that's check in with one group of people looking to the budget with interest tomorrow and that's the irish national teachers organization their new president is joe mccain who is corkman and he joins me now joe. Good morning. Good morning page relations on your installation as president. Thank you very much indeed coming up to the budget tomorrow. What measures does the i. N. t. o. One to see it's been a very interesting are one might say a difficult year and a half or two years though it. Has i think the first thing we want to see is a reduction in We still have the largest in europe and in the european union. And you know we're the only group that hot to implement kovas rules. Regulations in casas further are more than thirty children. I think the minister opportunity right now to reduce the size just a modest reduction of one pupil per price would make a significant difference and if she were to continue for the next two years again we would then be down to the european outrage along to be an issue so that that's number one priority. Would that involve hiring. Many many teachers would involve hiring about three hundred and fifty teachers who will be coming out of our colleges of education anyway The number of pupils is reducing. It will not require a huge amount of investments because if we keep the same number of teachers and be The number of pupils juice then the demographic dividend literally bring about a reduction in size. So we're not talking about significant extra expenditure. I think four million euro in next year's will call for us And it's something to the miniature. Should do we also want to see support for school leaders. I think that's really really a martin. And you know from your own program Teaching principles particularly two thousand teaching prince primary. That they really do need support uncertainty and the need time from the teaching chooses to do with administrative tasks And then you need help and assistance as the do their job so those two things are the big issues for us tomorrow. Will judge the ball. You have really on those. I spoke to a couple of teachers a week ago. We were talking about this. Proposed bonus from claiming workers which seems to have been quietly shattered. Pre-budget what happened afterwards. We don't know just yet but what are two of the teachers. That i spoke to said very clearly. They don't want any proposed bonus. What they want is better safety features in classrooms and other such facilities. Well the first thing. I'd say about any proposal is we in the intl support. The payment of a bonus to frontline health workers And i think they got very very clear that we do believe that those who worked on the front line in the health service do deserve and acknowledgement risks to their life. Did you not jointly sign the document with the other teaching unions. Joe's saying that she wants to slice of that to know what he said was that we want to be involved in the next. Pj if you know once the frontline health workers after we want to be involved in any discussions the gopi arms that but being involved in discussion means exactly what those teachers cue we want to look at how our school's going to be host kovic not necessarily even.
"joe mccain" Discussed on The PokerNews Podcast
"Two thousand dollars sean. Stroke finished in second if that names down to millions to use sean final table. The wip main event last year in twenty twenty drew gonzalez finished in fourth. We'll talk about him a little bit more in just a little bit. There was number seven. Six hundred dollar nolan monster stack. This tournament drew two hundred. Eighty eight runners. Joel mckeon made a deep two thousand fifteen dystopia main event champ. I ended up finishing in sixteenth place but the ultimate win in the bracelet in almost forty thousand dollars in prize money went to michael. Landon goes by tony. Bandannas there dot com and we thought we would wrap it up with a one k championship. We actually do have one more event that will get to a little bit later but it is the one k. championship. It is a multi fight event. Three hundred eleven entries in this one four that one thousand dollar buying prize pool of almost three hundred thousand dollars just mentioned drew gonzalez you a streaming the action at bet on drew and he finished in eighth place for a little bit more than fifty three hundred dollars. Chad just said michael lavin's name. He finished in sixth from ten. K matt burkey. You mentioned sulfur. Why there's the king saul for y right there. Another choke job by burkey. Though ministers in fifth a little bit more than thirteen thousand dollars in chad i will leave the winners announcement to you after also mentioning that joe mccain and ends at gruenberg may deep runs coming out on top. Winning that championship bracelet was andrew porter goes by love to lose. Is his screen name. A great screen name. They're a great guy. he has He's a family man he's married. Recently has a child a son. i think. Four months old and He's grinding hard working hard. And just the sort guy who's been putting in the work and here. He is having some much earned. Success asked afterwards. I reached out to him. Said an congrats on that brace of win. Why don't you come on poker news. Podcast let's talk about share. Your thoughts share your story. Let our listeners. Get to know you. Because i think you're going to be around for a long time. And he was kind enough to take some time out of this day to do just that so here is my interview with andrew. Love to lose porter all right. I am with our guest this week. Man fresh off winning a world series of poker go bracelet. It wasn't even number eight one thousand dollars. No limit holdem championship in the wwl dot com pennsylvania online bracelet events. One mr andrew reporter goes by love to lose online hyphen right now..
"joe mccain" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Do you truly believe. I truly believe the border patrol should be able to chip may neuter and vaccinate anyone. Coming across the border is they. Don't wanna get all those things they don't have to come to this country they can go to venezuela they can go to cuba china anywhere else. If they don't wanna get tips new spayed neutered vaccinated. They can go to hell. Aguilera hold I got new. You can keep playing music. I got news this morning that the white house is about is about to make a big statement on the border because they now have a report that thousands of the illegals that are streaming across from texas to california are infected with the delta variant. And now they're starting to spread at rapid rates in. It's going to be impossible to deny that the illegals brought the delta virus into the country in massive numbers. It's gonna hit texas hard. it's gonna hit arizona hard. it's gonna hit california heart. Expect an announcement if not today then by friday that all of a sudden were closing the border watch. Trust me on this very good source. Tim what do you truly believe. I believe that there's gonna come a time where good people do bad thing be bad people particularly democrat all right. I think there's no link your own. I think there's going to come a time when we're no longer going to be able to passively resist. Because they're not going to stop until they are made to stop. Steve what do you truly believe. Steve what do you truly believe owned. He's on another caller doing something mouse. Let's go to bob bob. What do you truly believe. I truly believe could have drain the swamp if given another four years. I would like to think so you know. There were a lot of betrayals. One of the problems with being president is it's a big administration and he definitely made some mistakes. There's no doubting he made some mistakes trusting some folks. He had to rely on some guidance and counsel because he'd never been there before and there were a lot of betrayals. It is hard to believe but it is clear now how deep the tentacles of the swamp reach and those folks help themselves they knew trump would be gone in at most eight years. I think a lot of them worked behind the scenes to undercut him and those folks do not want change. They are the problem. It's important understand. John cornyn is as much a part of the problem as joe biden. This may be worse john. Cornyn is the problem. Lisa murkowski is the problem. Susan collins is the problem the reason they used to vote ninety nine to one against ted cruz is because he came up there and started raising hale and they couldn't have it that's why that bastard john mccain called y'all dodo birds that's why that bastard joe mccain was out to get ted cruz. That's why lindsey graham said that if they had the chance they would murder ted cruz on the floor of the senate and not one person would lift a hand to protect him. That should have been greatest. Endorsement of ted cruz. That could possibly be made the fact that the other senators especially the republicans don't like him is how you know he is over the target when you're taking flak you're over the target. Nats how you knew it all right. We're gonna have a little more. I truly believe if you call up. There's kind of a lot of people listening out there. So if you call up dedicate five minutes to be an on hold being ready and having what you're gonna say ready to go so that we don't have to wait for you to get off the speakerphone and everything else. Elena came in horror ramon. She started off strong. That was impressive. Very impressive. I'm battling with the chipmunk that got into our house and i can't get him out right now. I got traps everywhere some of them humane for my wife to see some of them. Not so much..
"joe mccain" Discussed on The Fives
"Let's play tuesday. Wednesday thursday and then friday. We can actually whoever it is. Whether that's maverick you solve for y. Or you know. Joe ingram or whether it's a cr who's hosting the tables. They're playing on the on the friday. Why don't we do a podcast where we can review key hands and one of you will come on for fifty minutes. The other comes on for fifty minutes. And you get to build some cycle into getting people hype for the next week. But that's just not the way. The puck works rescheduled kind of all over the place. There's traveling involved for some people and whatnot. So i get it. It just seems like maybe a set schedule maybe towards the end having a set schedule so people can understand not. The finish line was approaching. This day will be this far away from it. This day would be that far then. This day we expect to to wrap up. I know there is a lot of side action on these. This challenge in particular. Not as much as i'd heard was on the Poker gone one. But there is still a lotta betting interests on this one so Maybe towards the end. We'll get a little bit more hype from from the community as as a up. The only concern of courses were running into the start of the wc online Which will probably get a lot of attention from people. Despite it being the united states and only available to present time to states so i think it was a chance they run into that hopefully not hopefully they can a barrel through this and i really turn into something as we close at the end of this event. You mentioned the us open. We are now as we're recording. This they are getting ready to play. The fifth final tables were four events. In your winter so far jake daniels samsung rural joe mccain with another impressive win in ten k and Last night monday night. John reardon winning the a bit. Max a big bet mix sorry Tournament storyline so far. That have emerged. Jake daniels coming out of nowhere to win one. That's great unit. I've talked about him before. Now joe makina just mentioned him his resume that just keeps getting more and more polished to it But there's also the emergence of this young superstar named steve volatile. Yes super young right. He's seventy six years old. He's made two final tables. I didn't even know he was still playing competitively. I know you either did i. And maybe he's not maybe he. Just you know saw these on schedule and said you know what. I'm going to go have some fun place in poker tournaments and Ended up making making one of the final table. So it's it's good to see those old characters of the game. You know still around still have that desire to want to come out and play and and i mean the. Us peo- is no no of tournament. I mean it's a really tough tournaments really tough series to play in So he didn't. He didn't shy away from that at all. And he's he's in there mixing up with some of these younger. You know some of the brighter brightest minds in the game and it's cool to see where he made the first final table i. There's a picture of him playing the popular studios. And so i started. Googling steve zala pictures not specifically looking for something around two thousand six. So i started looking for. He was wearing a full tilt patch. And i kid you not. This dude has not aged in.
"joe mccain" Discussed on The Unimaginary Friendcast
"Do i think ooh. That's my vote though. So i mean you guys get decided you guys both picked trump thin trumps our president so nancy von edmonson junior says i think biden win all right. Who's next next. I voted for biden. Colorado's blue and i guess i do think biden will win for the reasons that aaron stated although today i started getting down anticipating that trump will just through the electoral college maintain a lead. So i've some anxiety. But i think biden pulled off david and i just wanna say for anyone listening to this. This is november third at nine o'clock eastern time six o'clock western time pacific time so you know. Obviously a lot can happen. Logging can happen I kinda wanna say that trump will win. Because i thought that hillary would for sherwin last time so i think the universe likes to contradict me but but i will say like i work with a guy who is ex marine stream. Lee republican He you talked to him and he's that guy. He's that white republican guy and we were talking about last night and he's like i've only ever voted democrat twice. And he's like in his sixties. This is the second time. I voted democrat because i will not have he got into it. I will not have managed cheap disrespecting the armed forces. I fought art and i know people that died for this country. And he's like. I didn't know this. Do you guys know this. It is against the law or someone active military to speak against the commander in chief. I didn't know that i did know that. And he's and he's like we honor that and he dishonored us time and time again and he got into it and it was really good to see and it was like i will not have that for the good of this country we need someone like joe biden. I don't agree with his politics. But he is an honorable person the way he spoke about john mccain was on the things that donald trump said about joe mccain were indefensible and i don't see how the party stood behind when he said those things nobody rebuked him were the things he said and i the reason why i think joe biden winners because i've never seen direction where so many republicans are like. We need to get rid of this guy. Like i've never even people didn't vote. Republican the republican. They wouldn't talk about it. But so many military have come out and said it. And i heard this from a number of people saying we. This is unacceptable. This guy is unacceptable and even like a republican elected officials saying they will not vote for him. And it's just i so many people have walked away. I can't imagine he could possibly win because it was all the difference last election that led him win but there is no indifference this election very little indifference the fact that they were still undecided voters. Let at all. I mean especially leading up to this last week. It's mind boggling that you haven't been formed yet about but the democrats were so charged up like every democrat. I knew they would all say the same thing i'm not excited about buying but we've got to get trump. We have got to get him out. Yeah so. I can't imagine like even seeing these results. I think we're being fucked with a little because 'cause like i don't know just from the way people were talking. It seems like it. It shouldn't be this close. It's so early style totally. But but that's only reason i think biden's because so many people walked away we never before..
"joe mccain" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Dozen major wild virus continued to burn and destroy. Her. CBS's Jonathan Vaguely Adi California's fire season, Already seven times larger than normal, two million acres have already burned to put that in perspective, That's more than 10 times the size of New York City. The state also suffering unrelenting heat 100 degrees in downtown San Francisco on Sunday and in Woodland Hills 121 degrees the hottest temperature ever recorded in Los Angeles County. Can you trust a covert 19 vaccine that became a campaign issue on Monday? Here's CBS's Toki. Pamela Harris said Sunday that she wouldn't just trust President Trump's word on a vaccine. I will not take his word for it. He wants us to inject bleach at the White House. The president said his opponent's should apologize for raising doubts about a vaccine that it's so dangers for a country what they say about a new CBS News battleground tracker poll finds skepticism about a vaccine is on the rise hundreds of students at the University of Kansas on Monday Chose not to attend classes as part of the K you Labor Day student strike this student part of the group. We believe this was irresponsible because within just the first few weeks we've already had 546 positive tests, and we believe that number is definitely going to go up. Officials are investigating another death at Fort Hood, Texas, Here's CBS's Jim Chris Sula 25 year old private coral 10. She died last week, several days after collapsing following a physical training exercise. He was the 28th Fort Hood soldier to die. This year. A Pittsburgh man Joe McCain has started a multiday demonstration to speak out about social justice issues. Reporter Chris Hoffman of Katy K. A TV for 10 hours a day for the next eight days, McCain will be at this platform along the Allegheny River Can't stand are for like one day for three hours and expect people to take you serious. So you had to sacrifice just like Mother Teresa's sacrifice. Like Martin Luther King sacrificed, McCain says he is standing for unity, love, peace, understanding, healing and positive change. A Saudi court has handed down sentences for the men found guilty in the murder of journalist Jamal Kasogi here. CBS's Vicki Barker. The eight defendants, who have never been named, got between seven and 20 years for the grisly murder and believed dismemberment of Jamal Kashiwagi..
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"joe mccain" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Every single day and thank you for the mission that you that you do every single day for us and now on to tonight's program yeah it is an absolute pleasure to have Garrett graph back with us here all the last time he was here he spoke about the government's doomsday plans from his light all last book raven rock the story of the U. S. government's secret plan to save itself while the rest of us don tonight we are welcoming him back to the museum discuss another very somber topic the terror attacks of nine eleven Mr Graphis collected in organizing three hundred and sixty degree account of the day told through the voices of the people who experience that in his new book the only point in the sky Mr Graphis distinguished magazine journalist bestselling historian and regular TV commentator who has spent more than a dozen years covering politics technology and national security there is also the author of a number of books including the first campaign globalization the web and the race for the White House which examine the role of technology in the two thousand eight presidential race and the thought of the threat matrix inside Robert Nourse FBI which traces the history of FBI counterterrorism efforts his other recent book as I already mentioned co author with John Karlen exam examines the rise of cyber threats across America today he serves as the director of the aspen institute's separate your cyber security and technology program and this contributed to our contributor to wired one reads long reads and CNN he's written for publications from esquire to The New York Times and have served as the editor of two of Washington's most prestigious magazines the Washingtonian and political magazine which help which she helped lead to its first national magazine award of the industry's highest honor all on this book author historian Michael Beschloss has said your craft has definitely used oral history to take us into one of the most horrific and consequential moments in American history in a book that will be particularly important for those readers too young to remember nine eleven it's true challenges it is the true challenge of historians to record history so that the next generation can understand these momentous events I will also add all that the only plane in the sky is currently sitting on the number four on The New York Times for combined print and E. book and the number five on the on the hard cover fiction west and it is an absolute great pleasure to once again welcome Mr Gerrit graph back to the Ford museum good evening everyone thanks for coming out and it's a pleasure to be back here in grand rapids and for those of you who came to my talk last year on nuclear war thanks for coming out for another uplifting night of discussion of American history so this book as a jolt laid out is an oral history of nine eleven it is nine eleven told through the voices of those who lived at four hundred and eighty Americans morning to night coast to coast and to give a little bit of grounding in the work before I start talking about it I wanted to start by reading one of the short chapters the book is sixty four sort of finely sliced chapters in chronological order across the country and this is a chapter that takes place inside air traffic control and the US military from about eight twenty five Tuesday morning September the eleventh Intel about eight fifty that morning esky their traffic controller Boston center Nashua New Hampshire when American Airlines flight eleven came to me the pilot said Boston center this is American eleven climbing to flight level two three zero I called him at many many times American eleven how do you hear American eleven this is Boston center do you hear me I'm calling and calling and I'm like my god they must be up there drinking Dunkin donuts coffee honestly that's what I was thinking then there's these transmissions the first transmission from the aircraft it's garbled I don't understand it then there was the second one a voice I remember him saying nobody move please we're going back to the airport I will never forget that feeling of the back of my neck it was like this adrenaline or something I felt fear I'm like oh my god the plane's been hijacked Colin scallions airspace specialist in military specialist FAA Boston center I came in about eight twenty five in the morning and as soon as I walked in the front door someone came to me and said that there was a hijacked going on we work hijacked in the past and they were usually uneventful Peter is a Lasky I yelled at the supervisor John get over here the plane's been hi jacked absolutely I go it's middle eastern voices positive I could tell that second time I was used to working in Egypt air Saudi Turkish all of them it's definitely middle eastern voices Gerrit Graham the only plane in the sky the pilot on American eleven Mohammed Atef believe terrorist stated something about more planes that they had more planes it was definitely plural that's when things really started to ramp up Ben's lining FAA command center Herndon Virginia I was the national operations manager on nine eleven that is a position located in the Washington area that has over arching authority over the nation's airspace that was my charge the safe and efficient operation of the nation's air space colonel Bob Mar commander northeast air defense Rome New York there was a huddle with people around one of the radar scopes I saw not Hoddle and thought there's got to be something wrong Major General Larry Arnold's first airforce Tyndall Air Force base Georgia we had a major north American air defense exercise that morning I command post exercise there was a team of people who introduced scenarios you had to react to and respond to as we were winding up the exercise my executive officer handed me a slip of paper he'd said Bob Mar called and there was a hijacking in the Boston center Ben slimy my experience with hijackings and protocol was that we cooperate lieutenant dawn destin's mission commander northeastern offense at this point our minds that with the nineteen seventies vintage hi Jack we didn't have a huge concern this aircraft was going to crash Major General Larry Arnold I said Bob go ahead and scrambled fighters major Joe Macready F. fifteen pilot Otis airforce base Cape Cod Massachusetts a scramble order was issued I ran to the jets I started up I realized we didn't have any weapons they filled our jets with gas and even though we were Winchester that means we didn't have any weapons we took off lieutenant colonel Tim Duffy a fifteen pilot Otis airforce base when we took off I left it in full afterburner the whole time we were super sonic going down to Long Island in my wing man nasty that's major Dan Nash he called and said Hey doc your super and I said yeah I know don't worry about it I just wanted to get there robot mark I've not one it would take them sixteen minutes to get to New York that's ten miles a minute lieutenant colonel Kevin the symphony mission commander northeastern offense almost simultaneously we brought in more surveillance technicians to look at the scopes staff sergeant Larry Thorton northeast air defense the area was so congested the hijacked flight was incredibly difficult to find we were looking for a little dash marks in a pile of clutter on a two dimensional scope master sergeant Joe McCain northeastern offense we picked up a search track going down the Hudson Valley straight in from the north towards New York the plane was half fast and headed in unusual direction with no transponder we watched that track until it faded over New York City lieutenant general Tom CAC commander Barksdale Air Force base Shreveport Louisiana we were in the midst of this big annual exercise called global guardian they loaded all the bombers put the submarine's out to sea put the ICBMs that nearly a hundred percent it was routine we did it every year the captain came in and said Sir we have an aircraft that hit the World Trade Center I started to correct him saying when you have an exercise in point you have to start by saying I have an exercise in put that way it doesn't get consent it doesn't get confused with the real world then he pointed me to the TV screens in the command center you could see smoke pouring out of the building like everyone else in aviation that day I said how in a clear and a million day could a plane hit the World Trade Center this book grew out of an article that I wrote for political magazine in twenty sixteen for the fifteenth anniversary of nine eleven there was an oral history of being aboard airforce one with President Bush and I went out and I interviewed to twenty eight of the people who were with the president that day from the pilot of Air Force One to the fighter pilots who accompanied him to the White House chief of staff Andy card and Karl rove ari Fleischer the other senior aides aboard the plane the press the security of the stenographer when the plane that day please publish as I said in in twenty sixteen and the I was astounded by the reader feedback I I got is the day that it published dozens then ultimately scores and and finally hundreds of letters from readers of people sharing their own stories of nine eleven and their own reactions in two of those reactions stood out to me and two of them I just heard of couldn't get out of my mind the first was from a mother a veteran who had two children seven and nine and she said that she has printed out the article and set it aside so that one day when her children were old enough to read it she could sit them down and explain to them why mommy had left them to go off to war the second was another letter from another veteran a younger guy an army veteran he was in middle school on nine eleven and he done three tours to in Afghanistan one in Iraq and he said that he had never really understood the nation's trauma on nine eleven Intel he'd seen that article and seeing the day through president bush's sites and I just couldn't get past this idea we were passing a world shaped by nine eleven on now to generation who has no emotional connection or memory to it and it's always hard to know when a a particle of and shifts from memory to history but I think you could make an argument that it's probably for nine eleven this year this is the first year when you have college students arriving on campuses across the country born after nine eleven this year for the first time we have American servicemen and women being deployed to fight in a war older than they are and this year in March marks the beginning of the time when the first recruits to the New York City fire department born after the attacks could apply to join the fire service and so my goal with the turning of that article into this book which shares the same title the only plane in the sky referring to the end of nine eleven when President Bush left office airforce base outside Omaha Nebraska and flew back to Washington at about four fifteen that afternoon after all of the commercial planes in the country have been grounded and during that final leg of the flight he was effectively the only plane left in the sky in North America bought it the goal was not to capture the history of nine eleven but the goal was to capture what American experienced on nine eleven when you begin to go back to that day and you look at the memories that America has of that day for those of us who are old enough to remember experiencing at this is the story of nine eleven is actually pretty different than the story that we tell in our history books that when you go back and we hello nine eleven we try to explain that nine eleven to someone with hello this very neat and clean history of that day we say.
"joe mccain" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Don't we're talking to J. Atkins legend of winter hill cops con men and John McCain the last real detective book that's out on the book shelves now so after he gets into the Boston but it starts to work in conjunction with the Boston detective bureau and as as a met as of newly minted detect help patrolman detective for the Metropolitan Police his his his wife Helen whose in Florida right now but coming back soon she is a young you know married woman at home with the baby she starts getting telephone threats at the house because you know back then I think the phone number was four digits everybody's number was listed yeah and he was a cop everybody knew it everybody knew he was going to testify against the shooter in the in this murder and it was I think the first murder was the murder George McLaughlin and so she gets calls at the house we're gonna kill you were gonna kill you baby we're gonna burn the house to the ground so Joe stays home one day so he could feel the telephone call yeah he gets the call recognizes the voice the voice is this guy bubble Patrick Connie who's one of the three guys in a combat time so Joe is he out on bail at this time at that time right he was and he ended up in the only one of the three I think that didn't get convicted even though he was the driver of the car well what happened was chill went down to you that was the old Baltimore post VFW or they were at the old three one a club I forget now but show went down there that day after you feel the call recognize the guy's voice hung up the phone went right down to where he knew where they were and he gets up to the plate glass window looks inside news this by McLean you know there is a global picture con three or four of them of the of some of those side right any calls for will Patrick Connie outside now everybody was afraid of these guys because they were ruthless and one of the things that record he's going through his mind as he is here to say he's not going to testify yeah he's going to give in because with threatening his wife and child so Joe gets picture Coney out maneuvers him around so his back is to the glass window and then Joe picks him up by the throat and shoved him up against the glass and says if you ever call my wife again I'm going to come down here with a shot gun number to take care of all you guys forget about the case yeah and Patrick only just about you know soiled himself went back in a little you know and and and show ended up going to court a month later and as he walked and even at the time there was a Somerville detective Hey I think was the head of the some of the P. D. detective bureau was friendly with all these guys and said McCain what do you hear for what do you think you're here for rocky what you gonna do any said I'm here to testify against your friends the shooters now addendum to the story very interesting fact bulbul picture Coney later changed his name to Jo Rocco then starred as the mobster mo green in the godfather really wow true story really and it's a good so he reinvented himself as a celluloid wise guy yeah after being a real wise guy and participating by all printed accounts of the day because this is re well research not just hearsay and participating in the initial murder the Somerville Charlestown gang was moe green who with but I don't remember he was one of that they shot the bullet may I yeah I was getting a massage he was actually is sort of loosely portraying Bugsy Moran and yeah because he was the very first Vegas wise guy and he says to al Pacino's character you know I made my bones when you was still hanging around the cheerleaders that's right do you think you are this is my last may yeah he was taken from actor waitresses toward a time I have to slap around let's have doctor we can quote this is a problem six one seven two five four ten thirty and we're talking to J. Atkinson legend of winter hill cops con men in John McCain the real the last real detective you said that there was some sort of tension between it and we got to the some of the police in John John McCain junior in regards to the book in some aspects of the book why would a a historical account of Joe McCain senior who has passed away lead to any current day attention well one of the interesting things about Jo McCain's career was he he died in two thousand and one from actually from complications due to diabetes he was not a diabetic in is mature adult years what happened was in nineteen eighty eighty was a fifty eight year old metropolitan police detective with thirty years twenty nine years in on the job had participate in all these high profile cases and he was not winding down in his crib because he wanted to work until sixty five but he said he was working on a drug sting in Hyde Park and he was on he was not the undercover guy that was buying cocaine inside this house but he was outside with another police officer by the name of Paul Hutchinson who was I believe a Boston police officer and they were part of four teams of detectives that in circle the house and we're listening over the wire to the undercover officer who was inside attempting to buy cocaine from a a Jamaican posse drug deal by name what year was this again this is nineteen eighty eight okay and Vladimir left on time was this drug dealer that was inside the house is supposed to be selling it as a surgeon I can yeah he was some kind of jump returns Russian to me yeah Russian French writer don but he was he was selling apparently I think fifty thousand dollars worth of cocaine to Chris Brighton who's still at work is a Massachusetts state trooper now at the time use the Metropolitan Police on the cover guy Vietnam vet decorated marine marine vet from Vietnam he was posing as the drug buyer he was inside the house they made Chris brighten as a cop they figured out he's a cop they tried to sting him they basically assaulted him with that shot gun barrel the they started pistol whipping a shot gun whipping Chris Brighton attempted to get his police revolver from him so now listening over the wire detected by the name of mark Cronin was leading the team in and Joe McCain other detectors are outside they were given the word Chris is in trouble get in there and not because they could hear Chris saying you know Hey you know they can hear fight going on at the with scrambling on the ground for Chriss gun what ended up happening was water made a lot of fun time disabled Chris brightened by kicking him got his gun was running out of the house with a sawed off shotgun in one hand the stolen police revolve in the other hand who ends up in the first two guys for the front door Paul Hutchinson Joe McCain what fun touches firing rounds from the police revolver and Joe McCain all at that time all six three three hundred pounds of him is coming toward him not wearing a bullet proof vest and gets off six rounds at what fun time SO left on time shoots Joe McCain through his pancreas with Chris brightens gun turning Joe McCann into an instant diabetic Frank Joe McCain gets five rounds center mass on off on time one of those rounds goes through the drug deals heart yeah he so cold doubt and so high on adrenaline Joe shoots him get shot himself Staggs suicide laugh on time runs out the front door hurdles the fence and I've been to the house on a wood Avenue in Hyde Park with to the detectives that were there that night hurdles defense and drops dead like a sack of wonder in the middle of the street Joe McCain therefore is forced into retirement by the Metropolitan Police bar because he's diabetic yeah take some over a year to recover from his wounds opens up the private detective firm in the north end because he wants to stay in the business he wants to be involved with cases and he ends up sort of in his later years directing young detectives like mark Donohue and Joe McCain junior and Kevin McKenna us to Henry a retired secret service agent he ends up directing them from behind the desk well during this time in the mid nineties some some of the police officers are accused of violating a suspect's civil rights in the police station beating a handcuffed suspect for a witness to this event is a young some of the patrolman by the name of Timothy Dharti he's watching he's on duty that night in the police station hello Durga which is not nothing more okay and not Tim Dharti is watching this from inside the police station Cesar Kerr doesn't know what he should do because apparently some other police officers are complicit in this violation of this suspect civil rights Dharti writes a report and immediately becomes ostracize for crossing the blueline and and talking about something that occurred inside the police station that certain police officers do not want known no they don't want this to be public Dharti doesn't know what to do who does he go to see Jo McKay our current senior at his office he's a young cop isn't on a job very long he says to Joe what should I do John McCain says you should do your masters business the master is the public the public pays your salary what is your business tell the truth if you don't tell the truth you're perjuring yourself you just as bad as they are so Dharti goes public with it there's no internal investigation in Somerville but there is a civil trial at the civil trial a number the Somerville police detectives are found liable to the tune of a settlement against them four hundred fifty six thousand dollars and do already ends up completely ostracized and harassed at work ends up leaving work because of psychological stress and has filed a federal whistle blower suit against the some of the police department and I covered that in the book so what do you what your car just so you know the is that did the outcome of that meeting it's still pending now parties whistle blower suit is pending but the civil trial was lost Vietnam just get cured that happened in nineteen ninety four nineteen it was nineteen ninety three original event okay so that's what I think of nineteen eighty eight did that was years later when he opened a private detective right arm that's when guys like Dharti would come to him and say jail you know you're the you're the you're the sort of like the hallmark of integrity so how old was he when he died he was seventy one in two thousand one six one seven two five four ten thirty let's go to Anne in Salem your next with Jay.
"joe mccain" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"A cherry flavored and they were called Jerry chan and they had it like the entire Asian and for some bizarre reason because it's not like cherry is somehow connected to two no I Asia in anyway but there you go one on yeah I remember too that the fireballs but then I saw your cheek would get like kind all yeah again I can't control myself and have to have like six of them trump on them and you know start dealing with his teeth issues yeah that was I was not a big candy guy I I do still like got my eye to dent team your yes says that's like lotion it's close as like brushing your teeth this point socialist I'm calling from Colorado my number is nine seven zero not to please anyway John talking because in Colorado yes leases number and says thank you that's it just thank you right as if I'm going to reach the telephone call a dial those numbers in succession cold without knowing what he was talking about in call John Tobin it's never gonna happen now it's never gonna happen Jesus I don't get it I do not I don't care okay if you ever done this and I would do this just out of courtesy if some of this is back when everyone had hard lines in answering machines you know not really cell phones we have now so someone would call and they had my number mixed up with the plumbing supply place right and I would return the call and say look you just reached me this is not the right number so try to find the right number for you plumbing supply place because they would call they had an issue with something in their house so then they may have thought that these people were getting back to them so it you know the person may have had a an emergency with the plumbing emergency so I would call them back and they as some people were like many were like okay that's very nice of you another were like why are you calling me I'm like well you know what I hope you've pulled house that's when I'm trying to be helpful here private citizen this is somebody calling no no I get it no but I'm just probably wants to just like take issue with Pat Buchanan's column on the war war something and I'm not going to come I am angry now I may return to open thank no we in other words that was the end of that he left his number and then you know all I see that's good bye right I see for a taste of name though isn't it John Tobin yeah I counselor right now yeah there's a there's a few right on time yeah there's a bridge named after someone right we show you know Chucky she wanted to see what else is called I'm answered any of these there's just a whiner line like Ordway had this sincere this one just hung up sorry about that there's a lot of these he's a switch jobs to answer these you also have only so many needs you don't get any more messages I'm at that point from some local PD I know Joe when I came yeah I got I love I know him as well yeah went to school with me was the okay Georgians amazing he wrote a book yeah legend for these days yes we need a switchboard operator Joe McCain's dad was with the vice in Somerville yeah and he had my brothers didn't really hit it off too well that would be the point I don't see it I mean brothers just ran at sporting goods stores yes exactly and a small bar in places like a ruffian sometimes John McCain you know he had I mean Joe lot of tax yeah yeah motorcycle good kids loved him yeah yeah that's what I have to wait for days they don't even call me back anyway picking up the newspapers and the from the Herald the editorial killer should pay for their crimes I think that's right thank you personally I'm for the death yes degree murder get yeah my time living so I'm in my eighties but that's my opinion and good for her age he's just send they lost the filling of a daughter service just ridiculous that they get to continue living yeah thank you know that's a good message that's a compliment me but it's I don't call anybody back back right she agrees with it she's a Herald subscriber probably what she did tell us that she just came back from vacation which we don't need to know but well apart from that I wonder what you thought of my horse racing column on Sunday we get our number I just want to see what you thought of you know me writing about as you go or whoever else is one he's a PR guy keeps leaving his number to keep on calling this might be a good one hi Boston hello reader and I've got a constant problem the editorial page and year yeah yeah right it especially I thought the paper is generally how station thank you but I had a time after time with some of the point is missing not not right at all I have a copy of that you know that's really an example of what my complaint for this I like to do M. Grasso could you make it per some things genic why don't we always do this I like it I'm not the one online yeah but with the thing is that none of these have been screened it could be anything I know I could have been let go once we're just finding out with us in within say what a Channing still show up here right because general elections for the and I allies here regarding a study on the kind of impact nice little collaboration with the masters alliance five national foundation so we probably wouldn't it run an op ed from a third party unless it was somebody really well known Frank yes I know it's possible by the way Frank conte I've talked to many times to get quotes from yeah I've got I've certainly used to begin also took stuff from yeah doesn't that's yeah I think it's not only their conservative thank you right in the mass fiscal is obviously the the non rhino conservative the special interest group I miss when my man I miss my quit more he used to be with the mouse we had a mom the very beginning right it's amazing he went away after using private sector right in California yeah I think I want to send to the Herald and I want to find yeah I got back to me I want from John Lippman yes hi my name is John I want to send it in is the Herald and I want to find out things like that he comes back happening if they read about horse racing I can use it for Sunday and look at it a lot easier for me yeah they want to write about I sing please send that to what John saw after this brings in what about do he's a PR guy he's our pitching he's relentless maybe as one word means tireless was one this is the only from the little son actually maybe in a weapon when they answer all right within this box break this he is can the key to your child in the background sure you know the lady yeah Janice Kohner back seven I don't know what you're talking about the ones who found attractive yeah that's all gone from might might see that the call will I am now she sounds interesting sounds like her breasts are big you ever no one will square one since I was born in nineteen ninety six hi my name is Bob break we haven't heard from him for awhile now how many times you called you since eighty three I think that is you may want to get back to him and just you know or file love her last ever I mean we're talking about Bob right now but I mean have you ever had somebody relentlessly call you like yeah and I always get back to them just for that reason yeah I do yeah because you don't want of the weeds out now because again this keep doing it night I you have like a hot on heard messages so I've got to do that I'm not all active with that stuff and it also clean yeah that's positive reinforcement other people could be creditor and I got a I guess I guess but now people say I talked to everyone no I'm saying no on not creditors I'm saying just a person who you're interacting with that for whatever reason is a red light okay what about someone that you know obviously you have to get back when you get in even though like okay if your sister called you would you not get back to work I'm really not while can a family you guys and I'm back to my because it's only about three people to call me well listen I had a source who I appreciated talking to first of all the guy never had any news it was like you just have something to add and she was sleeping red lamps less okay no it could have waited till the next day it could have waited and it was awful it was awful and I don't understand we here in life they've decided that that is an OK thing to do it's not okay no idea but I agree it's it's it is offensive and actually to be quite honest Hillary yes eat it a lot I I I use a guy I yeah totally I don't think he will come again we get a lot of guys a lot of guys will call a track of reporters I think as a just guys in the crease this is the thing I have had several conversations with them about stories that I was working on or whatever and then when I didn't connect with them for whatever reason on different rien thinks he would reckon relentlessly call and I really I mean it made me think there was something wrong with them yeah like that's all it did was make made me think there was something seriously wrong person because it was it was great it just seems like it wasn't obviously I didn't end up having sort of any kind of nod to norm student to normal society the way people normally do things and then it it even sort of went past that it was just like this almost seems counter productive yeah yeah I've never heard I definitely never gotten over that it's like that and you know it's just listening to this crime podcast the other day where this guy called this person that of course ended up going missing twenty times in like one day or one even less you know one period or something it was like of time it was insane who the heck you don't do that unless your cycle that's no not really take away totally right let's go yeah right we.
"joe mccain" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Ever done this and I and I would do this just out of courtesy if some of this is back when everyone had hard lines and answering machines you know not really the cell phones we have now so someone would call and they had my number mixed up with the plumbing supply place right and I would return the call and say look you just reached me in this is not the right number so try to find the right number for you plumbing supply place because they would call they had an issue with something in their house so then they may have thought that these people were getting back to them so it you know the person may have had a an emergency with the plumbing emergency so I would call them back and they some people were like many were like okay that's very nice of you another were like why are you calling me I'm like well you know what I hope you've pulled house that's when I'm trying to be helpful here five a citizen this is somebody calling no no I get it no but I'm just probably wants to just like take issue with Pat Buchanan's column on the poor war something and I'm not going to come I am angry now I may return to open thank you no we in other words that was the end of that he left his number and then you know all I see that's good bye right I see for a taste of name though isn't it John Tobin yeah I counselor right now yeah there's a there's a few right on time yeah there's a bridge named after someone right we show you know Chucky she wanted to tell me what else is called I'm answered any of these see also there's just a whiner line like Ordway had this sincere this one just hung up sorry about that there's a lot of these he's a switch jobs to answer these you also have only so many needs you don't get any more messages I'm at that point some local PD I know Joe do you do when I came yeah I know him as well yeah went to school with me was the hi okay Georgians amazing he wrote a book yeah legend for these days yes we need a switchboard operator Joe McCain's dad was with the vice in Somerville yeah and he had my brothers didn't really hit it off too well I don't see why that would be the point I don't see it I mean brothers just ran at sporting goods stores yes exactly and a small bar in places like a ruffian sometimes John McCain you know he had I mean Joe lot of taps yeah yeah motorcycle good kids loved him yeah yeah that's what I shouldn't have to wait for days they don't even call me back anyway picking up the newspapers and from the health of the editorial killer should pay for their crimes I think that's great thank you personally I'm for the death yes they convicted yeah on my dime living so I'm in my eighties but that's my opinion and good for her age yes I a lot of the film daughter and it's just ridiculous that they get to continue living yeah thank you know that's a good message that's a compliment me but it's I don't call anybody back back right she agrees with it she's a Herald subscriber probably what she did tell us that she just came back from vacation which we don't need to know but well apart from that I wonder what you thought of my horse racing column on Sunday that if we get her number I just want to see what you thought of you know me writing about and go or whoever else is it not on his PR guy eat keeps leaving his number to keep on calling it this might be a good one hi Boston hello reader and I've got a constant problem sure okay.