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"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

05:45 min | Last week

"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Thank you open the boot. You don't need. You don't have to have a key for that either go back out and look in the boot. Because it'll have my resume. Now he's gone it'll. It'll have my name and my briefcase will be in there with my name in it and also my resume. As to what I've done with my life and I I'm pretty sure prominent I put to up. I did I'm very proud of that There's another instrument in the marching band though that is that can be discerned. The Tuba believe me I, I was an excellent Tuba player. My dream was to play, for Leeann, Ridvan. Now you know now that's right. I Dare I say it dare I go ahead and go out on a limb and say Leeann red bone that was my dream to backup the greatly unread bone but I think I sent an audition tape to him and he was out of town he was back in Sweden attending opera or something. And I don't know really know what happened to my audition tape If anyone with Leeann read bonus state is listening. My name is well I'll have my name in a moment if you just keep listening or perhaps call us when I get the phone number. and. Ask for me or just say, okay, we'll check and then hang the phone up go check if you can find. The. The tape that I sent my audition tape I'll be the guy playing the Tuba course. That's a ridiculous statement because. How many to audition? Do you get quite a few? I'm sure. Moving back to our comment or commentary, we'll buildings leave if that's my name I don't know what what did it say on the website we we don't know what the website is owned. My name is, but there's a website out there with my actual name on it whoever I am and it has. The My name and then curb apple you know and we're talking about again the parade of life. So the floats are what distract us but here comes the marching band with the dissonance. Among the disciplined instruments is the Bazooka. And it's not a bazooka. It's it sounds like it is a Zucca the Bazooka is. I. Know the Bazookas a weapon that can be used to destroy in warfare tanks, but you can use it as a in some way shape or form. I sat right next to a young lady that I fell in love with in college it was either college or high school forgive me you'd think I'd know the difference but I I know we had uniforms on in the school was fairly large i. think it might have been a college and. I sat next to a young lady who I fell in love with and I pledged my life to hers on a Very Very Beautiful Spring Day some twenty years ago. And she got up and left But I I gave it my best. But she was playing a bazooka. So no one and I sat next to her throughout the entire. Season I think it was football season. And because I remember. Putting on this uniform and going you. Marching up and down with my knees high and then I turn around and March up and down with my knees high and and a man would come out and he would dance with his big furry hat that was a marching band. I was a positive one. And I'd like to say. Among. The many many instruments mind was played with sweetness and with clarity. The young lady to whom I pledged my eternal love who I just met that day and then I didn't see her again and that sounds weird. Doesn't it but at least it tells you that I was capable of pledging by turn love to someone. Because it never happened again after that just that one day I saw her and I pledged my turn love and I said I will make you the happiest woman in my life. She excused herself to go to the ladies room and but she left her bazooka behind and I began to analyze to look at it. I pretty much forgotten about her. Not that I wasn't pleased, don't love them and leave them although I didn't even I didn't even shake her hand so. But I was very enamored of her for about thirty to thirty five seconds until I saw the bazooka that she was playing or the Bazooka Baz zooms that's what you call a woman's breasts. That's crude filthy term. Whoever you are I'm talking to my aides right now my staff I don't like the word AIDS Like. Did you find? WHERE'S MY CAR It was the wrong car. Well, why was it opening up? All right and you have my briefcase great is my name anywhere in it all right. They're looking for my name right now. Also remember my resume. Thank you. They finally was it in the boot it was in the trunk that was what I was looking for and I've said the thing and I'm thinking the thing from the North Pole that attacked although scientists is actually laying over the back of my car and you have to lift up the thing to get wouldn't that be a crazy state of affairs think of the deaths think of the numbers of people that would be gould alive trying to just get into the trunk to find my briefcase instead they're rented from Togo. And So we all remember what happened to those. German. Shepherds in the nineteen fifties version of the thing and then what happened to the humans in the nineteen, eighty, six or five the it was. Who did a John? John. John John John John John Kennedy John. Kennedy did the thing in nineteen nine hundred. Eighty six. John Carpenter. John Carpet the astronaut. The astronaut. The names that are the same. There was a carpenter that was. Gay Carpenter or crypt. Chris Ted Carpenter was an astronaut. Enough said about that. So when you are playing in the marching band of life as I was and you play a cool clean sweep Tuba and everyone else is off base is off kilter the sound coming.

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"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

10:46 min | 8 months ago

"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Our Baghdad Iraq Saturday it is the president's day instead growing up there was always that picture of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln above the chalkboard right but I've often thought you know maybe every generation should be able to pick and choose who they would like to have that prestigious position I don't even know of schools even do that anymore and once I got into high school that was the error in the mid seventies when the open modular classroom you know you would have petitions as opposed to walls English class here history class over there so you could actually hear teachers interact and and it wasn't that traditional black chalkboard or green chalkboard classroom right so let me ask you is it is it is president's day weekend you know we always bad mouth the present and it seems to be more now than ever as far as in recent years so I mean going back to probably I want to say maybe Ronald Reagan that era that's when this whole thing kind of started to where people didn't really look to the president with his much respect as I think they should and I still believe we should today so I'm gonna throw on a couple of my favorites but I like to hear about some of your when when you think presidents and we'll do this all weekend least a segment who do you who do you like who do you look back and say now that was a great president I'm just gonna throw couple names out there and you can chime in now maybe a lot of it has to do because of Camelot and it's really one of the first presidents that I remember because I grew up in an era where you don't have to go to school to see a portrait of a president everybody in their house had a portrait of the president right well when I was growing up it was John fitzgerald Kennedy John Kennedy was the be all end all he was everyone's favorite and I've told this story before but it's been a long time I remember when the president actually came to this region for whatever reason and he actually drove by the home that I grew up in a new Brighton and all of the young wives of the neighborhood the young husbands who they were in their mid thirties you know they were very young people looked at this guy who was ten years their senior as the perfect president then the new president of the post war era that the baby boomers parents president right and I remember and and I missed it I was in the basement of our house doing whatever I was doing and I heard a mad scramble towards the front door of the screen door you know getting slammed repeatedly over and over again everybody made it out to the front lawn for a split second you see the president go by show John Kennedy is one why do you think we are so in dear to this man long after his tragic death and I remember when the president passed away it was like you lost a family member years before their time okay years before their time I'll be quite honest with you I remember grandparents dying my grandfather was very young only sixty three when he died and well there was weeping but neighbors would come over with you know hot food and spend time and then you know my grandfather died my mother my mother my mother's day I was sixty three my father's was eighty eight you know able my gram mothers died one in eighty four one in nineteen seventy nine there were there were two years but it was nothing like it was even my own parents to me it was horrific coming that that's the only I could even come close to comparing this to and it wasn't any family member it was no one that we ever met it was just that that leader of our country but when John fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated I mean you could hear bellows of just green from house to house I mean people running out just be in mass hysteria my mother crying for days my dad's somber and my dad was a tough guy tough guy I only saw my dad cry twice and one of them was own father died and the other was when his mother in law died he absolutely and you know she was you know she had suffered for a long time and she really helped him when he was a young man you know to raise these kids show he was a tough guy but when the president di John fitzgerald Kennedy it was it was like the world came to a standstill so if you're my age a little younger and you remember John fitzgerald Kennedy explain I mean a look he was a great oratory he did some amazing things he he was huge in civil rights but when you think about his presidency he was just really getting started you have to think what could have happened if he would have been alive and if you want to get reelected in nineteen sixty four because there are some who believe he would have a tough time getting reelected but I'm not one of them okay I I think he would of turned out Barry Goldwater was the the strong candidate for the Republicans Lyndon Johnson defeated him but I'm I'm just curious what was it about this guy what what made him larger than life and why is it I don't think there's ever been a president in my lifetime since him that has made more people want to be a follower of politics now not comparing the two but the only other present that I can even come close to remotely to even think of that actually makes as many headlines war is in the news as much or as talked about as much is Donald Trump and I mean you think I mean if we were to have the tools that we have today then I'm sure there will be a much more coverage of JFK because we had the three big networks local television local radio and I mean that was it you know when those debates between he and Mr Nixon the one especially on radio many people thought listening to it on the radio the Richard Nixon White but because of how handsome of a man JFK was with that tan the hair those dashing good movie star looks as opposed to Richard Nixon who have flop sweat under the nose had that five o'clock shadow many people gave it to Mister Kennedy it was a I think a hundred thousand boats really decided it right so explain to me eight six six three nine 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J. F. K. what made J. F. K. so significant as our president now some other ones that come to mind I wasn't around for Dwight Eisenhower just a couple years but don't remember obviously FDR these are all great president I'm talking about in our era those of us baby boomers and moving forward to generation after generation contemporaries obviously but I I was a fan of bill Clinton's still M. O. Brocco bomb I had a lot of qualities that I I look back on and salute George W. bush George H. bush both of them I mean I'm big fans of both of them Ronald Reagan of course of phantom had a chance I did have a chance to meet him Jimmy Carter even though he was just too kind hearted I think to be the president of the United States and just happen to become the president during some very tough Financial Times in our country's history I am a huge fan of president trump as most of you know a lot of it has to do with where I think we need to go in this country show you some presidents over the last fifty plus years I think will kind of keep in that ballpark who impressed you and you know those who really study presidential history we'll tell you when it comes to foreign policy no one really did it better than Richard Nixon eight six six three nine one ten twenty our lines are wide open honestly I you know I know why I just can't explain it in for a person who talks for a living it's kind of hard to believe but I don't know what it is about JFK is still my favorite of all time and I think about him and I am a ferocious reader when it comes to him and I still listen on YouTube December's who's iconic speeches especially his inauguration and others and his desire to help this country move forward and I think if he would have lived his legacy would have really been secure because I think he would have eventually stop the Vietnam War I think you know as a congressman yeah and that thing started back in the mid fifties we got in and it was supposed to be a police action it looks as though we were going to do something good against communism and and you know I I've often thought what would happen if he would have left with the Vietnam War but the thing and you know NASA is going to start taking applications next month and we'll talk a little about this they want to get to our back to the moon coming up in twenty twenty four actually going to have a women a woman astronaut go and that's great I think that's very wonderful news but you know when I was growing up the space race was everything and it would have never been anything if it wasn't the president who said before the end of the decade we will have someone on the moon and we did in nineteen sixty nine as most of you do remember but what was it about John fitzgerald Kennedy eight six six three nine one ten twenty were your favorite presidents and why you seem to look at them and they stand out more than ever I don't know it's just certain things about presidents that you never forget and even as a let's face it born in nineteen fifty seven he dies in nineteen sixty three to this day I can still see that portrait of him on that Xena television and it never moved even long after his death eight six six three nine one ten twenty I think a lot of it had to do with that four letter word there is hope he gave America and its citizens a lot of hope will be back now you can see more a performance is already all three stars stars four stars people making news he's the coolest radio here in the Burke mountain the sun theatre experience our state of the art facility you guys are really cool let's see you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably most along and see if anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and.

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"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

03:55 min | 9 months ago

"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

"Oh man and then it got product. Yeah love that so I think this is a really good idea because people won't be able to say hey this numb problem That's not honey. It is your problem problem so you know what I think as black people. We have not taken advantage of strategic disinformation in yesterday. I feel like I feel like oftentimes misinformation is more dangerous than no information at all that the lack of control in the media that that is lack of control on the media. So how do we gain control the media in neck that Um Show I believe that all the textbooks are made by this company called Texas Instruments or is that just calculators the mcgilla McGraw Hill Great. So we'll just break into Macmillan McGraw. Aw sorry the curriculum was Isa rate on civil break in and to open up all all the textbooks. Just the four of us and we'll have our little markers out and we'll just right in the new dates we will be the media. Yeah interesting what I will say is I feel like the John F. Kennedy thing is like really where it got. Good thank you so much. What do you say that white people people of a certain age like the good ones are like the ones that are like not so bad? Love John F.. Kennedy John Kennedy. They don't really relate to Abraham Graham Lincoln. I don't think a lot of people really relate to Abraham Lincoln and I think that John F. Kennedy I mean he was one of the most relatable and beloved presidents and so it feels like something that he did. I think that a lot would feel for sure. They love that he He was he was for US somewhat for us right on. Yeah well He. He tried but he did. He didn't live long enough to your exactly so I say like I like her. The idea to add in there like maybe he's he's still alive or some shit. I don't know that'd be great. If he's still low. Yeah like the white way more confusing with him. Okay Okay Okay thank you so much. Yeah no by reconnects Abraham Weak- far like people asking us like we do Julius erving relate. Nigga what where do you get from the streets volume two. Winds Abraham Lincoln. Owing never told a lie. He was so perfect John. Have Kennedy was a flawed man hidden affair with Marilyn Monroe. He lied like a motherfucker. And that's hilarious. That's why people can relate him also. He was Irish from Boston right. He was Irish and he was the only and still today the only Catholic president and our history and that's why the CIA a shot him Interesting his wife shot him. She went yeah both parties Odyssey. That's the perfect. Crime is the perfect crime. Though you know have you seen the footage of you have seen the food. You just heard this footage. She gets the.

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"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:16 min | 10 months ago

"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on KGO 810

"Great talking to me all the time one I have no idea there are right body we twenty nine we now you know are you on on on a speaker phone it would be better if you weren't okay you can do it without breaking the law yeah I know I can do it all okay let's do it what I was saying was can you hear me now yes much better okay great what I was very what up how can we let some immigrants yet we train them how to fly planes stop as a member press with putting cages you know we have a very big country and we have a country which deals with different countries and factions around the world and we're obviously going to make mistakes along the way but American the support art for a variety of our allies has been actually critical by the way that's the reason why I get so upset upset Everytime Donald Trump diss NATO I mean do you understand our role in the world since World War two has been critical in preventing the Soviets from succeeding in their goals limiting a what happened around the world in terms of dictatorships and on top of everything else we essentially see a free Europe today including Eastern Europe because of what we did it was worth every penny so when the president attacks the alliance that disturbs me please note the president has never attacked nor smoking spoken disparagingly of the Saudis who by the way are not pure as the driven snow and why is that I wonder well let me tell you there are a lot of things first of all every American president since Franklin Roosevelt has maintained support for the Saudi family on the throne of the Arabian peninsula every president Democrat or Republican now one can argue that Donald Trump has financial issues or interests in Saudi Arabia that may be true but none the less his policy of support for the Saudi family is completely consistent with American policy all right well that's not I'm still I'm just irritated with the you know if it if it is good for us they they they don't it's okay to have a met our country if it's not good for us not doing us any good discusses put them in cages well that that I understand your contrast I would even say cages we support people around the world who are not friendly to the United States we do it out of our own interest why do we support Saudi Arabia do you know why we do Dave I think and I'm thinking oil oil possibly and probably but they also are the only force in the Middle East to counter Iran and Iran is the great enemy in the view of the trump administration frankly the view of most foreign policy analysts so yeah the enemy of my enemy is my friend and that arise so I'll check yeah and I wish people would quit saying that four hundred million dollars or whatever we gave back to Iran was was that the Obama gave me not all of course it wasn't we made a commitment that wasn't our money and I've said that a thousand times and it was so but yeah millions of does get the more you're just saying the opposite well no they don't everybody talk show host has their own take on it the simple truth is I know but it's part of the wonderful thing about KGO is the talk shows that you agree with and talk shows that you disagree with have the opportunity to speak fortunately I calls on this program so you can complain well I understand that John but it's not a game you know that they're making that we're we're making it a game it's not a game band this is this is what this is what our children's children are going to have to live with I agree with you a hundred percent and that is why at least when you listen to this program I try to be fair I'll tell you what I think I will tell you the Saudis may be barbarians but they are our barbarians and that key and eco I I'm I'm a product of real politics that is to say I understand pragmatic decisions when Richard Nixon went to China there are a lot of people who objected and with good reason but we have a president of the United States and remember in foreign policy for all intents and purposes president is king including stopping aid if a president used to do it as Donald Trump did briefly in the question of Ukraine that is the power of a president so when we elect a president we have to think about that well just thank you John F. Kennedy John Kennedy listen to what his people were telling him to do or you think we'd be I don't write I used to work the overnight taste were the overnight you're on KGO I got a hold of the recordings that are available from the Miller center in Virginia which are all of the X. com meetings which can be held about Cuba and some of the most radical opponents of invasion or bombing were words good solid Americans and they were all wrong thank god John F. Kennedy have the sense that he did and by the way the reason in most polls John F. Kennedy is viewed as one of America's top ten presidents is because of the Cuban Missile Crisis yep yep right god bless rescue so he wasn't the best managers bars other things but he did great there all right I appreciate the call thanks so much four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten I'm John Rothman with you on KGO.

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"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on GONE

GONE

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on GONE

"This. You have the suspect's fingerprints at the crime scene. You have witnesses testifying that they saw the suspect commit the crime. The suspect has a motive it's an open and shut case. Or is it each week the park cast original not guilty examines? Controversial criminal cases and tries to determine why solid evidence doesn't always lead to a conviction. What police considered compelling evidence against Casey Anthony in the disappearance of her daughter Kayleigh defense attorneys classified as fantasy forensics, and she was ultimately acquitted of Keighley's murder. Amanda Knox served four years in an Italian prison for murder before later being acquitted was the media portrayal of knocks the profile of a killer or a televised character SAS ination and sometimes jurors responsible for wrongful convictions. As was the case when the central park five or convict. Did despite DNA evidence showing none of the suspects. We're involved search for and subscribe to not guilty on Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. Again, search not guilty or visit park cast dot com slash not guilty to listen now. And don't forget you can hear the beginning of the first episode right after our show. Now back to the story by the mid nineteen fifties Jimmy Hoffa had helped build the Teamsters from a scrappy small collective of truck drivers to a national powerhouse of an organization that had deep political influence and financial ties to the mafia shortly after he became the vice president of the IB t the union relocated its headquarters to Washington DC, Hoffa's mob ties were quickly becoming public knowledge and the relocation to the nation's capital essentially dared, the country's leaders to make a move against him. And in nineteen fifty seven that is exactly what happened that year. The Senate formed of select committee on improper activities in labor and management to investigate the Teamsters and other labor related malfeasance. Senator John l McClellan was the chairman and Robert Kennedy brother of future. President John F. Kennedy was the chief counsel though, it was nicknamed the McClellan committee. Kennedy was the main force driving the investigation. Their first target was Teamsters president Dave Beck who had been reportedly lining his own pockets with union dues after televised hearing in which Beck invoked the fifth amendment the right to refuse to answer for fear of self incrimination sixty five times in one day. He was disgraced and did not seek reelection for the presidency of the IB t the government had inadvertently played into office hand as vice president of the union autho was the clear favourite to take over the presidency of the IB t he had the solid backing of local officers across the country and established relations with mob leadership. But the government wasn't going to be outdone hafa wanted to keep the McClellan committee focused on Beck. So that he could work his campaign unencumbered to that end. He offered a former federal officer named John site chased -i money to leak damning evidence of Beck's misdeeds back to Kennedy and act is spy for the Teamsters within the committee in March of nineteen fifty seven Hoffa made the blunder of meeting with chase d in person to deliver the bribe the F B I was waiting for him. And as soon as Hoffa handed over the money agents swarmed in and arrested him it was Hoffa's. I arrest. It would not be his last Hoffa was charged with attempted bribery and obstruction, but he was ultimately acquitted at his trial held in the summer of nineteen fifty seven so the prosecution had photographs of Hoffa in the act of trying to bribe chase iw. They had not considered the public response to Hoffa's arrest. The jury at the trial was two thirds African American off his lawyers employed, a strategy of linking his efforts as union leader to the civil rights movement, workers rights and civil rights. We're one in the same. According to the defense the tactic worked and Hoffa didn't serve time for the bribery charge. But Kennedy wasn't done after the trial in September of nineteen fifty seven Hoffa announced his goal to be named the new president of the IB t he won the union election with an overwhelming majority despite the McClellan committee investigation Hoffa was still quite popular among the Teamsters, but two major things happened over the next few years that signified Hoffa's luck was running out. I in nineteen fifty seven the FBI raided the now infamous Appalachian meeting, which was a summit of over. Sixty mafia bosses the bust was historic because for the first time law enforcement had proved that established the mafia as a nationwide criminal conspiracy. The public was made aware of the extent of the mob's corruption and the F B I was charged with rooting out mob activity. The second major development was the nineteen sixty election of John F. Kennedy. John Kennedy appointed his brother, Robert as Torney general Robert was now in a position to go after high profile mobsters criminals and Jimmy Hoffa was at the top of his list of targets under Kennedy's leadership. And with the support of the office of the attorney general the McClellan committee broke new ground in office case. Hoffa was tried a number of times over the next few years with no convictions. Ironically, it was for crimes he committed against his own union that ultimately led to his downfall. In nineteen sixty four Hoffa was arrested and tried for using the Teamster pension fund for personal loans and investments he was personally profiting off of land investments in Florida that he had made with Teamster money and had even loan money. 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"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"That you know, what I mean did not even look over the Clintons did not acknowledge President Trump did not even look over that CBS. That's a legacy media outlet that saying that. So again, I think that it's appropriate whether your political foes or not whether you got that ass kicked or not in two thousand sixteen to respectfully sit there with a guy George Herbert Walker Bush, Bill Clinton had a great friendship. I am they somehow put their political differences apart? I mean aside Bill Clinton won over George. Herbert walker? Bush nineteen Ninety-two. Trump won over over Hillary Clinton. She can't show the same graciousness and against the answer is no. And the reason why revisiting this. I've got a few people who held on through the break. And I appreciate let me take these phone calls. And it carried the story from the blaze that I give you the story. I don't think so okay. We'll make sure that we get that. Because it's just it's one of the stories that make it really this is some administrators somewhere deciding that the American flag is inappropriate. Well, and suggesting strongly. That. In fact, this group of students take down the American flag American flex. We'll have that for you coming up. Let me go to the phone lines. In the meantime, it's Joe in New York Joe what's going on. Hi. Yes. Hello. Thank you for taking my call. I just wanted to ask your opinion about something. Get take on something. I noticed at Bush's funeral. There was also former president Jimmy Carter and former first lady Roslyn caught up. Yes. And it struck me how far the Democratic Party has fallen since called. I don't know if you've noticed it. They have become so much more radicalize and move so far to the left. I noticed when caught lost. He accepted graciously. And you know, he let Reagan just govern. But yet no soon at the Trump win than Obama declared himself leader of the resistance, and you know, and he doesn't seem to want it all away. And no sooner the Trump win that he declared Trump and illegitimate president. And he's been not is behavior today notwithstanding. I will give him credit for today. But I I've noticed you know, that there's been a shift in the, you know, they just become so much more radicalized. And and you know, they the aims justify the means. Now anything to win and they don't accept loss. And I don't know if you've noticed that. I think that it actually if you go beyond Jimmy Carter because I don't even think Jimmy Carter was a blue dog. I think he was kind of a a leftist as well, especially when it came to the misery index and how he governed and the whole mess with Iran. I mean, the guy was not a very good president. So I think that he started getting more left than we even expected him to get having said that if you go to like, John F Kennedy, John Kennedy today policy-wise, not not morality wise, because he wasn't a very moral guy. But but what came to policy he would be he'd be a Republican today. That's clear the people that we have representing the democrat party today. This goes to your point are I think what we would look at as far left wing, socialists, or even communists fifty or sixty years ago. Do you agree? Absolutely. And you know, I didn't I I've never voted democratic. You know, I use Carter as my reference bulldog. Cassettes when I started getting involved in. Reagan was my first he was was president. When I start. A high school into some of my college. But I you know, I worry about the same age that. Yeah. And we are I think so. Yeah, I was a sixty five. That's when I was born sixty six so so you're just a year old than I am. But go ahead. But I've never voted democratic. And I didn't like call it a. But personally, I think he was a pretty decent, man. It was just the politics that I did with and he was civilized. I don't think that's true. The Democrats today did I don't know. They don't seem like civilized people. Well, you're speaking out of line because the Democrats are the progressives of the far left are the ones that are riding are the ones that are ruining the ones that are are starting fires in and running antifa. And all these other things in black lives matter. These groups are radical their violent they're angry. And you're right. Jimmy carter. I think is at least his intentions are good. And based in in some sort of belief in God, and Jesus Judeo-Christian a semblance of a value system with Obama and with Hillary Clinton and with and these others that are coming out of Cossio Cortez. And so on they don't have that same sort of moral, compass? They've got a very different thing by any means possible. We must change this country into into a my vision is listen, very good call Joe, I appreciate you out of New York. That was awesome. They're very good stuff. Carry the guys almost the same age as I am. I know he's like speaking my language. Because I really started paying attention. When Jimmy Carter was in office. And I remember thinking, wow, he's got some big teeth. Yeah. That was really seriously. That was my first impression again, what a gigantic smile, even the cartoons of who was all teeth. He's a peanut farmer from from plains Georgia. He had a brother named Billy drink too, much beer, just sort of this guy that you never would've you would've thought would would rise to the presidency. But then as the president he spoke with this with this great, Georgia drawl, you wanted to believe what he said he wanted to believe he's going to do the best for the country, but every single policy I can't think of one that. He did that a guy that was a good one every single policy sucked every single policy didn't make any sense. And it just it was horrific in the misery index that I talk about that would be I believe unemployment inflation and interest rates, and they were all through the roof are all double digits. It was nuts. The economy really sucked because of his policies his hailing of the Iran takeover and taking of our hostages in our embassy. There was ridiculous. It was ridiculous. And then you I'm not going to like the Christmas tree the national Christmas tree because that's somehow going to either get our hostages back, and I'm not going to go in and send our athletes to the Olympics until we get our hostages back until I don't know. Russia leaves Afghanistan. The whole thing was ridiculous. It just I mean there wasn't a decision. He made that made sense to me. But he did at least seem to be a compassionate person who happened to be in the left today's left. It's our screw you. If you don't if you don't think like, we do you should die. If you don't think like, we do you should be thrown in jail, or you should have your free speech rights taken away or you can't fly the flag or you can't have a Christmas celebration in a public school. That's that's how far we've come. And I think that's what he means. It's edited eight nine four one eight nine four one seven two four seven joepags dot com. Stay right here..

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"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on Female Criminals

"This episode is the first of a three part series on the most famous assassination of the twentieth century the shooting of president John F Kennedy John Kennedy was not the first United States president to be killed while in office. But his death came at a time of national turmoil and change the course of American history. The Kennedy assassination is one of the most pop. Dealer. Sources of conspiracy theories in history thousands of books have been published that examined potential conspiracies behind the murder for this series. We're focusing on the known facts of the assassination if you're interested in conspiracy theories surrounding the death of John Kennedy, be sure to check out park has other show conspiracy theories and our episodes on the Kennedy assassination. There were two moments that defined the life of lia's walled. One happened near the end of his life. His assassination of president Kennedy. The other happened two months before he was born the death of Lee's father Robert Oswald senior who died of a heart attack in August of nineteen thirty nine two months later on October eighteenth, nineteen thirty nine Lee was born in New Orleans Lee's mother Marguerite Oswald, couldn't afford to care for Lee. His brother Robert junior and his half brother John pick. Shortly after Lee was born his mother was forced to send him and his brothers to an orphanage for the baby Leo's walled these events in his early life were tantamount to childhood abandonment neglect can cause a unique kind of trauma in young children broadly, neglected. A child can develop an emotional void as a result of being denied parental attention during a crucial developmental period. This can lead to social and emotional issues in adults. This is not to say that Leo's walled was destined to become the most infamous assassin of the twentieth century just because he was born to a broken home. But both Leah's walled and John Kennedy were men defined by their origins in nineteen forty four. When Lee was four years old Marguerite was able to pull him and his brothers out of the orphanage the family moved to Dallas, Texas next year, Marguerite, married, Edwin Eck, doll, an electrical engineer for a time Lee had the father figure and stable home life that he had been denied since his birth. However, Marguerite, an Edmonds marriage only lasted three years they divorced in nineteen forty eight Lee was nine in. His short life had been denied his real father. And now his stepfather was leaving. The remainder of Lee's childhood did little to provide a stabilizing environment for him Robert junior and John went to work. So that they could help support the family. So most of the time it was just Marguerite and Lee by themselves and really it was just nine year old Lee, Marguerite, worked off jobs to make ends meet. She couldn't afford a babysitter. So Lee was often left alone at home or worse left by himself in Marguerite car, while she was at work in nineteen fifty two when Lee was twelve he moved with his mother to New York to stay with lease half, brother. John and John's wife, Margaret, they didn't stay with John and Margaret for long Lee and his mother fought constantly. And there was nothing. John could do to calm either of them down during one of these fights Lee fell into a tantrum. Banging his hands against the walls screaming at the top of his lungs. Margaret. To grab Lee and settle him down. When Lee saw Margaret approaching he stopped screaming, he then pulled out a pocket knife. And waved it at his sister-in-law Lee's mother tried to intervene and get the knife away from him. He punched her. Lee. And his mother were asked to move out. They ended up getting their own apartment Leah tended school in New York. But he didn't socialize with his schoolmates Hsun. He was skipping class to spend time by himself. He preferred to read in solitude Lee believe that school had nothing to offer him and that he was better off teaching himself. What was important in life? School officials brought.

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"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on Serial Killers

"This episode is the first of a three part series on the most famous assassination of the twentieth century. The shooting of president John F Kennedy John Kennedy was not the first United States president to be killed while in office. But his death came at a time of national turmoil and change the course of American history. The Kennedy assassination is one of the most popular sources of conspiracy theories in history, thousands of books have been published that examine potential conspiracies behind the murder for this series. We're focusing on the known facts of the assassination if you're interested in conspiracy theories surrounding the death of John Kennedy, be sure to checkout park has other show conspiracy theories and our episodes on the Kennedy assassination. There were two moments that define the life of lia's walled. One happened near the end of his life. His assassination of president Kennedy. The other happened two months before he was born the death of Lee's father Robert Oswald senior who died of a heart attack in August of nineteen thirty nine two months later on October eighteenth, nineteen thirty nine Lee was born in New Orleans Lee's mother Marguerite Oswald, couldn't afford to care for Lee. His brother Robert junior and his half brother John pick. Shortly after Lee was born his mother was forced to send him and his brothers to an orphanage for the baby Leo's walled these events in his early life were tantamount to childhood abandonment neglect can cause a unique kind of trauma in young children broadly, neglected. Child can develop an emotional void as a result of being denied parental attention during a crucial developmental period. This can lead to social and emotional issues in adults. This is not to say that lia's walled was destined to become the most infamous assassin of the twentieth century just because he was born to a broken home. But both Leah's wold and John Kennedy were men defined by their origins in nineteen forty four. When Lee was four years old Marguerite was able to pull him and his brothers out of the orphanage the family moved to Dallas, Texas the next year, Marguerite, married, Edwin Eck, doll, an electrical engineer for a time Lee had the father figure and stable home life that he had been denied since his birth. However, Marguerite and Edwin marriage only lasted three years they divorced in nineteen forty eight Lee was nine in. His short life had been denied his real father. And now his stepfather was leaving. The remainder of Lee's childhood did little to provide a stabilizing environment for him Robert junior and John went to work. So that they could help support the family. So most of the time it was just Marguerite and Lee by themselves and really it was just nine year old Lee, Marguerite, worked odd jobs to make ends meet. She couldn't afford a babysitter. So Lee was often left alone at home or worse left by himself in Marguerite car, while she was at work in nineteen fifty two when Lee was twelve he moved with his mother to New York to stay with lease half, brother. John and John's wife, Margaret, they didn't stay with John and Margaret for long Lee and his mother fought constantly. And there was nothing. John could do to calm either of them down during one of these fights Lee fell into a tantrum. Banging his hands against the walls screaming at the top of his lungs. Margaret. To grab Lee and settle him down. When Lee saw Margaret approaching he stopped screaming, he then pulled out a pocket knife. And waved it at his sister-in-law Lee's mother tried to intervene and get the knife away from him. He punched her. Lee. And his mother were asked to move out. They ended up getting their own apartment Leah tended school in New York. But he didn't socialize with his schoolmates Hsun. He was skipping class to spend time by himself. He preferred to read in solitude Lee believe that school had nothing to offer him and that he was better off teaching himself. What was important in life? School officials brought.

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"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on Historical Figures

"This episode is the first of a three part series on the most famous assassination of the twentieth century. The shooting of president John F Kennedy John Kennedy was not the first United States president to be killed while in office. But his death came at a time of national turmoil and change the course of American history. The Kennedy assassination is one of the most popular sources of conspiracy theories in history, thousands of books have been published that examined potential conspiracies behind the murder for this series. We're focusing on the known facts of the assassination if you're interested in conspiracy theories surrounding the death of John Kennedy, be sure to check out park has other show conspiracy theories and our episodes on the Kennedy assassination. There were two moments that defined the life of lia's walled. One happened near the end of his life. His assassination of president Kennedy. The other happened two months before he was born the death of Lee's father Robert Oswald senior who died of a heart attack in August of nineteen thirty nine two months later on October eighteenth, nineteen thirty nine Lee was born in New Orleans Lee's mother Marguerite Oswald, couldn't afford to care for Lee. His brother Robert junior and his half brother John pick. Shortly after Lee was born his mother was forced to send him and his brothers to an orphanage for the baby Leo's walled these events in his early life were tantamount to childhood abandonment neglect can cause a unique kind of trauma in young children broadly, neglected. Child can develop an emotional void as a result of being denied parental attention during a crucial developmental period. This can lead to social and emotional issues in adults. This is not to say that lia's walled was destined to become the most infamous assassin of the twentieth century just because he was born to a broken home. But both Leah's walled and John Kennedy were men defined by their origins in nineteen forty four. When Lee was four years old Marguerite was able to pull him and his brothers out of the orphanage the family moved to Dallas, Texas the next year, Marguerite, married, Edwin Eck, doll, an electrical engineer for a time Lee had the father figure and stable home life that he had been denied since his birth. However, Marguerite, an end marriage only lasted three years they divorced in nineteen forty eight Lee was nine in. His short life had been denied his real father. And now his stepfather was leaving. The remainder of Lee's childhood did little to provide a stabilizing environment for him Robert junior and John went to work. So that they could help support the family. So most of the time it was just Marguerite and Lee by themselves and really it was just nine year old Lee, Marguerite, worked odd jobs to make ends meet. She couldn't afford a babysitter. So Lee was often left alone at home or worse left by himself in Marguerite car, while she was at work in nineteen fifty two when Lee was twelve he moved with his mother to New York to stay with lease half, brother. John and John's wife, Margaret, they didn't stay with John and Margaret for long Lee and his mother fought constantly. And there was nothing. John could do to calm either of them down during one of these fights Lee fell into a tantrum. Banging his hands against the walls screaming at the top of his lungs. Margaret. To grab Lee and settle him down. When Lee saw Margaret approaching he stopped screaming, he then pulled out a pocket knife. And waved it at his sister-in-law. These mother tried to intervene and get the knife away from him. He punched her. Lee. And his mother were asked to move out. They ended up getting their own apartment Leah tended school in New York. But he didn't socialize with his schoolmates Hsun. He was skipping class to spend time by himself. He preferred to read in solitude Lee believe that school had nothing to offer him and that he was better off teaching himself. What was important in life? School officials brought.

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"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"This episode is the first of a three part series on the most famous assassination of the twentieth century the shooting of president John F Kennedy John Kennedy was not the first United States president to be killed while in office. But his death came at a time of national turmoil and change the course of American history. The Kennedy assassination is one of the most pop. Healer sources of conspiracy theories in history, thousands of books have been published that examined potential conspiracies behind the murder for this series. We're focusing on the known facts of the assassination if you're interested in conspiracy theories surrounding the death of John Kennedy, be sure to checkout par cast other show conspiracy theories and our episodes on the Kennedy assassination. There were two moments that defined the life of lia's walled. One happened near the end of his life. His assassination of president Kennedy. The other happened two months before he was born the death of Lee's father Robert Oswald senior who died of a heart attack in August of nineteen thirty nine two months later on October eighteenth, nineteen thirty nine Lee was born in New Orleans Lee's mother Marguerite Oswald, couldn't afford to care for Lee. His brother Robert junior and his half brother John pick. Shortly after Lee was born his mother was forced to send him and his brothers to an orphanage for the baby Leo's walled these events in his early life were tantamount to childhood abandonment neglect can cause a unique kind of trauma in young children broadly, neglected. Child can develop an emotional void as a result of being denied parental attention during a crucial developmental period. This can lead to social and emotional issues in adults. This is not to say that Leo's walled was destined to become the most infamous assassin of the twentieth century just because he was born to a broken home. But both Leah's wold and John Kennedy were men defined by their origins in nineteen forty four. When Lee was four years old Marguerite was able to pull him and his brothers out of the orphanage the family moved to Dallas, Texas next year, Marguerite, married, Edwin Eck, doll, an electrical engineer for time Lee, had the father figure and stable home life that he had been denied since his birth. However, Marguerite, an Edmonds marriage only lasted three years they divorced in nineteen forty eight Lee was nine in. His short life had been denied his real father. And now his stepfather was leaving. The remainder of Lee's childhood did little to provide a stabilizing environment for him Robert junior and John went to work. So that they could help support the family. So most of the time it was just Marguerite and Lee by themselves and really it was just nine year old Lee, Marguerite, worked off jobs to make ends meet. She couldn't afford a babysitter. So Lee was often left alone at home or worse left by himself in Marguerite car, while she was at work in nineteen fifty two when Lee was twelve he moved with his mother to New York to stay with lease half, brother. John and John's wife, Margaret, they didn't stay with John and Margaret for long Lee and his mother fought constantly. And there was nothing. John could do to calm either of them down during one of these fights Lee fell into a tantrum. Banging his hands against the walls screaming at the top of his lungs. Margaret. To grab Lee and settle them down when Lisa Margaret approaching he stopped screaming, he then pulled out a pocket knife. And waved it at his sister-in-law. These mother tried to intervene and get the knife away from him. He punched her. Lee. And his mother were asked to move out. They ended up getting their own apartment Leah tended school in New York. But he didn't socialize with his schoolmates Hsun. He was skipping class to spend time by himself. He preferred to read in solitude Lee believe that school had nothing to offer him and that he was better off teaching himself. What was important in life? School officials brought.

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"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

"This episode is the first of a three part series on the most famous assassination of the twentieth century. The shooting of president John F Kennedy John Kennedy was not the first United States president to be killed while in office. But his death came at a time of national turmoil and change the course of American history. The Kennedy assassination is one of the most popular sources of conspiracy theories in history, thousands of books have been published that examined potential conspiracies behind the murder for this series. We're focusing on the known facts of the assassination if you're interested in conspiracy theories surrounding the death of John Kennedy, be sure to checkout park has other show conspiracy theories and our episodes on the Kennedy assassination. There were two moments that defined the life of lia's walled. One happened near the end of his life. His assassination of president Kennedy. The other happened two months before he was born the death of Lee's father Robert Oswald senior who died of a heart attack in August of nineteen thirty nine two months later on October eighteenth, nineteen thirty nine Lee was born in New Orleans Lee's mother Marguerite Oswald, couldn't afford to care for Lee. His brother Robert junior and his half brother John pick. Shortly after Lee was born his mother was forced to send him and his brothers to an orphanage for the baby Leo's walled these events in his early life were tantamount to childhood abandonment neglect can cause a unique kind of trauma in young children broadly, neglected. A child can develop an emotional void as a result of being denied parental attention during a crucial developmental period. This can lead to social and emotional issues in adults. This is not to say that lia's walled was destined to become the most infamous assassin of the twentieth century just because he was born to a broken home. But both Leah's walled and John Kennedy were men defined by their origins in nineteen forty four. When Lee was four years old Marguerite was able to pull him and his brothers out of the orphanage the family moved to Dallas, Texas next year, Marguerite, married, Edwin Eck, doll, an electrical engineer for a time Lee had the father figure and stable home life that he had been denied since his birth. However, Marguerite, an Edmonds marriage only lasted three years they divorced in nineteen forty eight Lee was nine in. His short life had been denied his real father. And now his stepfather was leaving. The remainder of Lee's childhood did little to provide a stabilizing environment for him Robert junior and John went to work. So that they could help support the family. So most of the time it was just Marguerite and Lee by themselves and really it was just nine year old Lee, Marguerite, worked off jobs to make ends meet. She couldn't afford a babysitter. So Lee was often left alone at home or worse left by himself in Marguerite car, while she was at work in nineteen fifty two when Lee was twelve he moved with his mother to New York to stay with lease half, brother. John and John's wife, Margaret, they didn't stay with John and Margaret for long Lee and his mother fought constantly. And there was nothing. John could do to calm either of them down during one of these fights Lee fell into a tantrum. Banging his hands against the walls screaming at the top of his lungs. Margaret. Ride to grab Lee and settle him down. When Lee saw Margaret approaching he stopped screaming, he then pulled out a pocket knife. And waved it at his sister-in-law Lee's mother tried to intervene and get the knife away from him. He punched her. Lee. And his mother were asked to move out. They ended up getting their own apartment Leah tended school in New York. But he didn't socialize with his schoolmates Hsun. He was skipping class to spend time by himself. He preferred to read in solitude Lee believe that school had nothing to offer him and that he was better off teaching himself. What was important in life? School officials brought.

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"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on Cults

Cults

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on Cults

"This episode is the first of a three part series on the most famous assassination of the twentieth century. The shooting of president John F Kennedy John Kennedy was not the first United States president to be killed while in office. But his death came at a time of national turmoil and change the course of American history. The Kennedy assassination is one of the most popular sources of conspiracy theories in history, thousands of books have been published that examined potential conspiracies behind the murder for this series. We're focusing on the known facts of the assassination if you're interested in conspiracy theories surrounding the death of John Kennedy, be sure to checkout park cast other show conspiracy theories and our episodes on the Kennedy assassination. There were two moments that defined the life of lia's walled. One happened near the end of his life. His assassination of president Kennedy. The other happened two months before he was born the death of Lee's father Robert Oswald senior who died of a heart attack in August of nineteen thirty nine two months later on October eighteenth, nineteen thirty nine Lee was born in New Orleans Lee's mother Marguerite Oswald, couldn't afford to care for Lee. His brother Robert junior and his half brother John pick. Shortly after Lee was born his mother was forced to send him and his brothers to an orphanage for the baby Leo's walled these events in his early life were tantamount to childhood abandonment neglect can cause a unique kind of trauma in young children broadly, neglected. A child can develop an emotional void as a result of being denied parental attention during a crucial developmental period. This can lead to social and emotional issues in adults. This is not to say that Leo's walled was destined to become the most infamous assassin of the twentieth century just because he was born to a broken home. But both Leah's walled and John Kennedy were men defined by their origins in nineteen forty four. When Lee was four years old Marguerite was able to pull him and his brothers out of the orphanage, the family moved to Dallas, Texas and next year, Marguerite, married, Edwin Eck, doll, an electrical engineer for a time Lee had the father figure and stable home life that he had been denied since his birth. However, Marguerite, an end marriage only lasted three years they divorced in nineteen forty eight Lee was nine in. His short life had been denied his real father. And now his stepfather was leaving. The remainder of Lee's childhood did little to provide a stabilizing environment for him Robert junior and John went to work. So that they could help support the family. So most of the time it was just Marguerite and Lee by themselves and really it was just nine year old Lee, Marguerite, worked odd jobs to make ends meet. She couldn't afford a babysitter. So Lee was often left alone at home or worse left by himself in Marguerite car, while she was at work in nineteen fifty two when Lee was twelve he moved with his mother to New York to stay with lease half, brother. John and John's wife, Margaret, they didn't stay with John and Margaret for long Lee and his mother fought constantly. And there was nothing. John could do to come either of them down during one of these fights Lee fell into a tantrum. Banging his hands against the walls screaming at the top of his lungs. Margaret. To grab Lee and settle him down. When Lee saw Margaret approaching he stopped screaming, he then pulled out a pocket knife. And waved it at his sister-in-law Lee's mother tried to intervene and get the knife away from him. He punched her. Lee. And his mother were asked to move out. They ended up getting their own apartment Leah tended school in New York. But he didn't socialize with his schoolmates Hsun. He was skipping class to spend time by himself. He preferred to read in solitude Lee believe that school had nothing to offer him and that he was better off teaching himself. What was important in life? School officials brought.

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"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on Assassinations

Assassinations

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on Assassinations

"This episode is the first of a three part series on the most famous assassination of the twentieth century the shooting of president John F Kennedy John Kennedy was not the first United States president to be killed while in office. But his death came at a time of national turmoil and change the course of American history. The Kennedy assassination is one of the most pop. Dealer. Sources of conspiracy theories in history thousands of books have been published that examined potential conspiracies behind the murder for this series. We're focusing on the known facts of the assassination if you're interested in conspiracy theories surrounding the death of John Kennedy, be sure to checkout park has other show conspiracy theories and our episodes on the Kennedy assassination. There were two moments that defined the life of lia's walled. One happened near the end of his life. His assassination of president Kennedy. The other happened two months before he was born the death of Lee's father Robert Oswald senior who died of a heart attack in August of nineteen thirty nine two months later on October eighteenth, nineteen thirty nine Lee was born in New Orleans Lee's mother Marguerite Oswald, couldn't afford to care for Lee. His brother Robert junior and his half brother John pick. Shortly after Lee was born his mother was forced to send him and his brothers to an orphanage for the baby Leo's walled these events in his early life were tantamount to childhood abandonment neglect can cause a unique kind of trauma in young children broadly, neglected. A child can develop an emotional void as a result of being denied parental attention during a crucial developmental period. This can lead to social and emotional issues in adults. This is not to say that Leo's walled was destined to become the most infamous assassin of the twentieth century just because he was born to a broken home. But both Leah's walled and John Kennedy were men defined by their origins in nineteen forty four. When Lee was four years old Marguerite was able to pull him and his brothers out of the orphanage the family moved to Dallas, Texas the next year, Marguerite, married, Edwin exile, an electrical engineer for a time Lee had the father figure and stable home life that he had been denied since his birth. However, Marguerite, an Edmonds marriage only lasted three years they divorced in nineteen forty eight Lee was nine in. His short life had been denied his real father. And now his stepfather was leaving. The remainder of Lee's childhood did little to provide a stabilizing environment for him Robert junior and John went to work. So that they could help support the family. So most of the time it was just Marguerite and Lee by themselves and really it was just nine year old Lee, Marguerite, worked off jobs to make ends meet. She couldn't afford a babysitter. So Lee was often left alone at home or worse left by himself in Marguerite car, while she was at work in nineteen fifty two when Lee was twelve he moved with his mother to New York to stay with lease half, brother. John and John's wife, Margaret, they didn't stay with John and Margaret for long Lee and his mother fought constantly. And there was nothing. John could do to calm either of them down during one of these fights Lee fell into a tantrum. Banging his hands against the walls screaming at the top of his lungs. Margaret. To grab Lee and settle them down. When Lee saw Margaret approaching he stopped screaming, he then pulled out a pocket knife. And waved it at his sister-in-law. These mother tried to intervene and get the knife away from him. He punched her. Lee. And his mother were asked to move out. They ended up getting their own apartment Leah tended school in New York. But he didn't socialize with his schoolmates Hsun. He was skipping class to spend time by himself. He preferred to read in solitude Lee believe that school had nothing to offer him and that he was better off teaching himself. What was important in life? School officials brought.

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"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on WJR 760

"Michigan are here in Grand Rapids and discussing and prioritizing key state policies needed to keep Michigan moving forward. Economically. It's the west Michigan policy forum the tenth biannual one. And no-one happier about the way things are going. Then our next guest. John C Kennedy John Kennedy the president well used to be the president of auto camp. Precision components could put because he's a serial entrepreneur. We don't even know what business he's running currently because there've been so many of them what we do know. For sure is he's the chairman of this west Michigan policy forum. Welcome to the Paul W Smith show, a WJR, John. Thank you. Thank you. Good morning and congratulations. Because so far, I know it's just the beginning. It's going to be a long day, but a fruitful day, I can tell now at we're really excited about the cavern and discussing some of the priorities and how we move our state from good to great. This is the beginning. It's only seven now eighteen seven eighteen in the morning at the end of today. What will it take people saying to you to make, you know, this is Penn the success that you're hoping it will be and I'm pretty certain it will be. But what will they be saying to you that will make you happy? So awfully we'll have obviously continue on the two things that we really have sat out to get done. And haven't addressed yet, which is a term limits and unfunded liabilities in terms of dealing with those with our local governments. And then obviously hoping hoping we have one or two things that we could do to help the talent pipeline in the K through twelve system because the last half of the day is about trying to find workers for today. Tomorrow and twelve years coincidentally following you on this very program. Jeremy hinges will be here chief deputy director of talent in economic development for the great state of Michigan and the Marshall plan for talent that we'd been that we've been talking about. And so we're all in line and online with everything the way it's supposed to be. I did get a an interesting. I guess press release from the west Michigan policy forum that mentioned that and we know that the attorney general Bill Schutte is here because he was just here dripping wet in shorts. I commented on his legs, by the way, because he just came in from a run we said, go take a shower, and you can come back sit down and visit with us. But the that that the Royal candidate on the democrat side Gretchen Whitmer, according to this press release it says in big bold, letters Whitmer, declines business leaders invite what's that all about? So we always invite both candidates for governor on the year prior to the election or right before the election because when our conference is scheduled to try to hear how they think about our agenda. And so we made an approach to try to get. Senator Whitmer to calm, and she wasn't able to obviously do whether schedule. I have you endorsed Bill Schutte or made an endorsement at all that might now you wanna come. We will not make any endorsement of any candidates. I noticed in a story from the Detroit News the other day from Paul the Detroit Free Press from Paul Egan that in fact, the Grand Rapids area chamber of commerce endorsed, the Republican attorney general Bill shooting in the governor's race. But not to be confused with you guys. No, no, not at all where we are totally disconnected on policy, and we will never endorse. Gubernatorial candidate what we try to do? Here is get them to talk about our agenda in terms of our policy objectives and talked to ask them questions about how they view our policy objectives. So that the business leaders here can make a choice of who that who they want to support. I know we're talking about this event. But John what? He working on next as a serial entrepreneur why actually run another business that I started in two thousand nine it's called, okay, medical. Oh, okay. So not to be confused with or is that the same as Cam precision components group. So that was the automotive company that I sold in September. You're confusing me. You just start one other business have rather you could at least use different names. So we can keep track of them. All right. Thank you. John very much. John C Kennedy president and CEO of a variety of auto Cam businesses serial entrepreneur most importantly, chairman of this west Michigan policy forum..

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"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on KTRH

"Year. Had Brandon struck on. He's the originator of the hashtag walkaway movement where Democrats and leftists or saying holy crap. What had happened to my party with that? But on my side, I gotta get outta here. And they're walking away a good friend of mine. Also the bear county district. Attorney is nNcholas nNcholas hood and Nico had his own walkaway moment this week to right here on my program on Monday through Friday show, the Joe pags show where he's basically had it. And it was a very interesting conversation equal. I appreciate you. How are you? Great job. Thanks for having me me, go. It's always a pleasure now, you guys who listen to my show and watch my show, the Nikonov Nico our friends. We didn't really start that way. Nico is in the public eye. So was I and I thought that we were going to disagree on stuff. And I was surprised that when I got to talk to him first of all we hit it off very quickly. We were like minded and a lot of stuff, and I was surprised by that Nico that sort of why we're talking today. Right. Right. Absolutely. And when we first I joke. Yeah. You really did. Thank you came at me kind of strong. I did a lot of things I responded, I thought professional leak is in my flesh nature is a little different. And we ended up talking logically and truthfully about topics, and we realized that we agreed on way more than we disagreed on. And we had different approaches on how to handle things. Really agreed on a lot. But what's interesting is? I went in assuming we were going to argue about a lot of stuff, and we didn't did you go in the same way. Because I'm this conservative guy on TV and on radio. And and you are a democrat who is running either running for district attorney or already you were the district attorney, did you expect that we would disagree as well, or no I did because I just figured you'd already painted in a box and the way that you came when you were on Facebook, and you made your comments on Facebook about that issue with the chief at the time. We handle that was second month in office to your strong strong opinion about it. And so I said, okay. Well, this is going to be a very uncomfortable meeting. But that's okay. I'm used to be uncomfortable. And I'll see if he gets uncomfortable as well. And we actually did the first chat on on the show and from then on I knew that you were a guy who is strong in his convictions. Because most people will try to talk to me off the show. Can we meet over here and have a beer? No, it let's do it on the show because I'm not going to be anybody different off the air. I am on the air, by the way. If you're just joining us, this Nicola hood, he is the district attorney in barricade, Texas ran as a democrat. And you are now a democrat. But things started shifting for you. Because again, I'm a conservative guy. And I know that you're a conservative guy, and how did how did you sort of balance that in your in your mind, and your heart and in your job knowing that you are listed democrat. But you're conservative in your traditional values. Well, I mean the way I grew up. My pop was always a democrat. He conservative guys will retired attended Colonel daddy of three husband. They've been married. Fifty years coming up with them. And and so, but I I wonder the mindset that there is a blue dog democrat and there's a yellow dog democrat. And there was it was very inclusive this party, we're talking about conservative people were considered dogs. More liberal not left us, and we can talk about that in a second job. More liberal people were yellow dogs. But here's the deal. Both Democrats were the underdog fighting for the person that didn't have all the opportunity fighting against Goliath, and that really resonated with me in my flesh, and my spirit and upbringing what I've been through where I didn't have to leave my conservative values. But yet I could be the underdog fighting against all odds, we talked about this a little while ago and the hood, he's the DA bear county, Texas, San Antonio is if you're not in the area, it's B A R, but we say bear. Niko we talked about this a few times now, and you and I have worked out a few times together. We're friends John F. Kennedy would not be a democrat today. Woody none of these standards. If you're talking about what a democrat is today. We still talk about John F Kennedy is one of the major Democrats. And what a great example of a democrat was and I'll have to agree with that statement. I just don't think of John F. Kennedy John Kennedy, president Kennedy was living today. And no one knew his background. He would not be accepted by today's democrat party. He would be excoriated he'd be kicked out because he doesn't get in line with a lot of the issues that we know that the far left in this country. Now is now doing we talked about it before just briefly. And I said the party is leaving a lot of people like you. And you said, no that's not true. You think there's something else going on? Everyone says I didn't need the party the party left me. I just say look the party's been hijacked. That's a fact I mean, what I knew as a democrat growing up, and the Democrats I was close to congressman people that I knew what they stood for and even. When we look at President Clinton when he was president look at Senator Clinton when she was Senator early two thousand look at President Obama when he first came into office, even look at that. And then the party today has been hijacked by leftist ideology, Neo Marxist ideology, that is really fascist in nature fascist. Meaning let's shut down any conversation. If you disagree with me a lot of people listening in watching from the San Antonio area. No that you ran for re election, and they other the other guy is named Gonzales Martinez. I forget the dolls. The guy Gonzales wins. He he actually primary d'you another democrat took you on you had an incredible run as district attorney, you should have been a shoe into when again before, but people are gonna think that what we're discussing right now has to do with that election. It doesn't does it not at all. No. This is something that I've been talking about looking at observing not just here locally, but a national level. And frankly, I always, and, you know, this for a fact I always made a distinction to what was going on nationally and here locally, and I said, well, locally were not affected by the national politics in the democrat party yet. I knew it was coming. But I told you before it wasn't. It's not coming here yet, and obviously was wrong. And then lo and behold, George Soros, objective almost a million dollars into the other guys campaign and the other guy for those who don't know around the country is a guy who says I can't even get to prosecute prostitution. I mean, he here's a guy that is George Soros wants a guy like him because he's not going to be the the lawmen. You are. He's not going to be the guy who holds people up the community up to a steam. Values that we want in that office. It's very strange that that happened. But I wanna rewind back to last November when I was in Washington DC, and I just got done interviewing the president to the union that I went, but I got a phone call from you. And you said, hey, I just wanna just wanna throw some stuff against the wall here. What do you think is going on with the democrat party? What do you think is going on with the Republican party? What about conservative versus liberal about far leftist versus alt-right? And we had this great discussion where you were actually considering changing the letter into your under your name. You didn't do it ultimately. But you're considering that even then so for anybody who thinks that this is about Gonzales winning the primary. It's not. This is not about sores in the primary. You're right. They were something that I was thinking about back, then and I contemplated. But ultimately, as you know, I said, no, I'm not going to believe that the party's been hijacked right here. Locally. I want to believe that a blue dog democrat is still welcomed in the democrat party the party that the claims and advocates inclusiveness your inclusive, then you're going to be at least a democrat party that I knew we have a place for everybody where a blue dog and a yellow dog and come together and still share some ideologies love for this country. Order things that we all as Americans agreed on and believe in being proud of this country. And and baby disagreed on. How to run it to me the difference between democrat and Republican? When I grew up. It wasn't this vitriol hate for each other. And if you had an RFID, I don't care what you're saying. Let's do identity politics. You're not my friend. And matter of fact, I have to lie cheat and steal to make sure you don't succeed. That's insanity. And I just don't agree with that from anybody, by the way, it's nNcholas Nicola hood. He's the DA bear county, Texas. We talked about this. They came out you from a certain angle is Islam phobic. He's homophobic. He's exclusive not inclusive. The other guy didn't run on any policies. Nothing. All he said, I'm included in the other guy isn't so is that what you think George Soros in the far left in this country is trying to do pretend that people like Nicola hooding joepags and others like us who have traditional American values pretend like they're exclusive, and we're the inclusive party when you and I both know they're the ones separating us anybody. That knows me knows it all. That was ridiculous. You left one out? They called me a racist and called me a racist. I mean, so and that is the furthest nature with all my friends do that. And so, but it doesn't matter the truth doesn't matter when it comes to leftist ideology, will I will not do I will not insult the classical liberal by saying liberal leftism are interchangeable. They're not a classical liberal is someone who believes in live and let live. I passionately disagree with what you're saying, sir. But I believe in your right to say liberal arts universities, and now today, this leftist ideology is if you go to university things are burned at the bring someone ended. It is not welcomed there. Someone doesn't agree with them. And it's absolute anarchy. And that is not America. That's not their regional democrat party that I knew of at least growing up in my forty six years do not public and party is not any party in bats. Why Joe I classify this as a hostile takeover of the democrat party? You're not running for anything right now. And it's nickel the hood. He's the bear county district attorney, and you and I've talked about this private practices in your near future. Right. Yes. Sir. January. Okay. So that's your future. But you, and I've talked about it while throwing some weights around you haven't closed the door to to electable office again, right? No, I'm not I've always been people know where I am with my fate..

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"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

09:35 min | 2 years ago

"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Right there. The blaze radio network. It is the weekend with joepags. Glad to have you here. Had Brandon struck on is the originator of the hashtag walkaway movement where Democrats and leftists or saying holy crap. What had happened to my party would happen on my side? I gotta get outta here. And they're walking away a good friend of mine. Also, the bear county district attorney is nNcholas Nikola hood and Nico had his own walkaway moment this week to right here on my program on Monday through Friday show, the Joe pags show where he's basically had it. And it was a very interesting conversation echo. I appreciate you. How are you? Great job. Thanks for having me. Go. It's always a pleasure. You guys who listen to my show and watch my show economic Nico. Our friends we didn't really start that way. Nico is in the public eye. So was I and I thought we were going to disagree on stuff. And I was surprised that when I got to talk to him first of all we hit it off very quickly. We were like minded in a lot of stuff, and I was surprised by that Nico that sort of why we're talking today. Right. Right. Absolutely. And when we first I joke. Yeah. You really did. Thank you came at me kind of strong. I did it. And it is a lot of things I responded, I thought professionally is in my flesh nature is a little different. And we ended up talking logically and truthfully about topics, and we realized that we agreed on way more than we disagreed on. And we had different approaches on how to handle things. But what's interesting is? I went in assuming we were going to argue about a lot of stuff, and we didn't did you go in the same way. Because I'm this conservative guy on TV and on radio. And and you were a democrat who was running either running for district attorney or Alrighty, you were the district attorney. Did you expect that we would disagree as well or no I did because I just figured you'd already painted in a box. And in the way that you came you were on Facebook. And you made your comments on Facebook about that issue with chief at the time. That we handle that was second month in office. You get a strong opinion about it. And so I said, okay. Well, this is going to be a very uncomfortable meeting. But that's okay. I'm used to being uncomfortable and this uncomfortable as well. And we actually did the first chat on on the show. And from then on I knew that you were a guy who has strong in his convictions. Because most people will try to talk to me off the show. Can we meet over here and have a beer? No, it let's do it on the show because I'm not going to be anybody different off the as I am on the air, by the way of you just joining us, this Nicola hood, he is the district attorney in Barry county, Texas ran as a democrat. And you are now a democrat. But things started shifting for you. Because again, I'm a conservative guy. And I know that you're a conservative guy. How did how did you sort of balance that in your in your mind, and your heart and in your job knowing that you are a listed democrat? But you're conservative in your traditional values. Well, I mean the way I grew up. My pop was always a democrat. He conservative guys will retired attendant Colonel daddy of three husband. They've been married fifty years them. And so, but I I was under the mindset that there is a blue dog democrat and there's a yellow dog democrat. And there was it was very inclusive this party, we're talking about conservative people were considered blue dogs more liberal, not left us, and we can talk about that in a second. Joe more liberal people were yellow dogs. But here's the deal. Both Democrats were the underdog fighting for the person that didn't have all the opportunity fighting against Goliath, and that really resonated with me in my flesh, and my spirit in upbringing what I've been through where I didn't have to leave my conservative values. But yet I could be the dog fighting against all odds, we talked about this a little while ago and nickel the hood. He's the DA bear county, Texas, San Antonio is if you're not in the area. It's B E A R, but we say bear. We talked about this a few times now, and you and I have worked out times together. We're friends John F. Kennedy would not be a democrat today. Woody not under these standards. If you're talking about what a democrat is today. We still talk about John F Kennedy is one of the major Democrats. And what a great example of a democratic was and I'll have to agree with that statement. I just don't think of John F. Kennedy John Kennedy, president Kennedy was living today. And no one knew his background. He would not be accepted by today's democrat party. He would be excoriated he'd be kicked out because he doesn't get in line with a lot of the issues that we know that the far left in this country is doing we talked about it before just briefly. And I said the party is leaving a lot of people like you. And you said, no that's not true. You think there's something else going on? Everyone says I didn't need the party the party. Let me just say look the party's been hijacked. That's a fact I mean, what would I knew as a democrat growing up, and the Democrats I was close to congressman and people that I knew what they stood for and even. When we look at President Clinton when he was president look at Senator Clinton when she was Senator early two thousand look at President Obama when he first came into office, even look at that. I mean, the party today has been hijacked by a leftist ideology, Neo Marxist ideology, that is really fascist in nature fascist. Meaning let's shut down any conversation. If you disagree with me a lot of people listening in watching from the San Antonio area. No that you ran for re election and the other the other guy is named Gonzales Martinez. I forget. The guy Gonzales wins. He he actually primary you another democrat took you on. You've had an incredible run as district attorney, you should have been shoe into one again before. But people are gonna think that what we're discussing right now has to do with that election. It doesn't does it not at all. No. This is something that I've been talking about looking at observing not just here locally, but our national level. And frankly, I always, and, you know, this for a fact I always made a distinction between what was going on nationally and here locally, and I said, well, locally were not affected by the national politics in the democrat party yet. I knew it was coming. But I told you before it wasn't. It's not coming here yet. And I obviously was wrong. And then lo and behold, George Soros, injected almost a million dollars into the other guys campaign and the other guy for those who don't know around the country is a guy who says I can't even get to prosecute prostitution. I mean, here's a guy that is George Soros wants a guy like him because he's not going to be the the the lawmen. You are. He's not going to be the guy who holds people up the community up to a. A standard of values that we want in that office. It's very strange that that that happened. But I wanna rewind back to last November when I was in Washington DC, and I just got done interviewing the president that I went, but I got a phone call from you. And you said, hey, I just wanna just wanna throw some stuff against the wall here. What do you think is going on with the democrat party? What do you think is going on with the Republican party? What did that conservative versus liberal? What about far leftist versus alt-right? And we have this great discussion where you actually considering changing the letter under your under your name. You didn't do it ultimately. But you're considering that even then so for anybody who thinks that this is about Gonzales winning the the primary it's not. This is not about SARS winning the primary. You're right up. There was something that I was thinking about back, then and I contemplated. But ultimately, as you know, I said, no, I'm not going to believe that the party's been hijacked right here. Locally. I want to believe that a blue dog democrat is still welcomed in the democrat party minutes, the party the claims and advocates inclusiveness. Well, if you're inclusive, then you're going to be at least a democrat party that I knew we have a place for everybody. We're a blue dog and a yellow dog can come together and still share some ideologies love for this country. Order things that we all as Americans agreed on and believe in being proud of this country and and baby disagreed on. How to run it? That's to me the difference between democrat and Republican. When I grew up. It wasn't this vitriol hate for each other. And if you had an RFID, I don't care what you're saying. Let's do identity politics. You're not my friend. And matter of fact, I have to lie cheat and steal to make sure you don't succeed. That's insanity. And I just don't agree with that from anybody, by the way, it's nNcholas Nicola hood. He's the DA bear. County texas. We talked about this. They came out you from a certain angle is Islam phobic. He's homophobic. He's exclusive not inclusive. The other guy didn't run on any policies. Nothing. All he said, I'm included in the other guy isn't so is that what you think George Soros in the far left in this country is trying to do pretend that people like Nicola hooding joepags and others like us who have traditional American values pretend like they're X-clusive, and we're the inclusive party when you and I both know they're the ones separating us anybody. That knows me knows that all that was ridiculous. You left one out? They called me a racist and called me a racist. I mean, so and that is the truth and all my friends know that and so, but it doesn't matter the truth doesn't matter when it comes to let this ideology, and will I will not do I will not insult the classical liberal by saying liberal leftism are interchangeable. They're not a classical liberal is someone who believes in live and let live I passionately disagree with what you're saying, sir. But I believe in your right to say liberal, art. Arts universities, and now today with this leftist ideology is if you go to university things are the bring someone ended that is not welcomed there. Someone doesn't agree with them. And it's absolute anarchy. And that is not America. That's not their regional democrat party that I knew of at least growing up in my forty six years public and party is not any party in bats. Why Joe I classify this as a hostile takeover of the democrat party? You're not running for anything right now. It's Nicola lahood. He's the mayor county district attorney, and you and I've talked about this private practices in your near future. Right. Yes. Sir. January. Okay. So that's your future. But you, and I've talked about it while throwing some weights around you haven't closed the door to to electable office again, right? I've always people know where I am with my fate..

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"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on X96

X96

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"john f kennedy john kennedy" Discussed on X96

"Was reportedly heading southbound now snow no uh i don't think there was anything in the package doesn't say here uh just has more to follow but there i didn't find anything more to fall oh that dumb that guy matthew peterson who who donald trump i don't i don't know i you know i was going to tell you who was dana them i wasn't with the icty i might you know that guy matthew peterson and they'd bananas from millions you know like i matthew peterson who and you will need we had to say who i don't know man yes whoo a the byu graduate who donald trump had nominated to be the district court judge and he was questioned very closely and a congressional hearing and he came across as as the idiot he didn't know anything yeah literally answered no question well mr petersen trump's nominee for the district court has withdrawn his nomination well that's nice of him peterson was up for a lifetime appointment to the us district court for the district of columbia he struggled to answer basic questions ring exchange with senator john kennedy not john fitzgerald kennedy john kennedy a republican from uh louisiana the exchange went viral after senator sheldon whitehouse a our rhode island damage croat tweeted the linked to it uh mr peterson sent a letter to donald trump saying i'm no stranger to political realities and i don't wish to be continued distraction to your work i'm sorry what i did i had a terrible performance and i withdraw my i wish i was under the impression that i could show up and be a white male and get the job i died nato than i work said i had to have qualifications knowledge i just thought i could walk in there now i'm gonna make it admission here yes i have never been in the hall presidents at this i did once when i was a little kid never been in there well and that was because mom was tired and wanted to sit down and have samerican definite now i really wanna go see this it's right ning president trump in has finally arrived areas at walt disney world if you go to.

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