35 Burst results for "John F. Kennedy"

Sen. Kennedy: People Trust the Media Like They Trust Gas Station Sushi

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:31 sec | Last week

Sen. Kennedy: People Trust the Media Like They Trust Gas Station Sushi

"People trust the media like they trust gas station sushi said senator John Kennedy to Bill hammer. He doesn't do a lot of radio interviews, apparently. He likes TV. We've tried to get him on. He's like the Will Rogers of the U.S. Senate. But there are people who are decidedly not Will Rogers esque over in the house, today's Democrat party is led by nitwits and scoundrels and demagogues

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Sen. Kennedy Pins Choudhury on Anti-Police Statements

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Sen. Kennedy Pins Choudhury on Anti-Police Statements

"Biden has a judicial nominee named nusrat Chaudhry She is a far left radical who said some disgusting horrible filthy things about police officers That are documented debunked discredited lies Now of course that makes her in the Biden administration perfect to sit on the bench for a an appointment a lifetime appointment where they can act as politicians and black robes right Now that's right chaudhuri had made claims about police officers The killing of black men unarmed black men the claims are false Debunked discredited there are no facts to back these claims up at all These claims led to a current thing Here it is for Fox nation for his current thing at the time which was defund the police which caused a lot of death and destruction and inner cities the war on police You would think the media would report on that honestly and not make this same mistake again Nope you were here nothing about this Here's nasrat a chowdhry Challenge yesterday by John Kennedy about her famous about police killing black men and notice even though she lied about it she'll suffer no consequences whatsoever She just lost his over the whole thing like it never happened Check this out This is a really simple question counselor Do you believe that cops kill unarmed black men in America every single day You send it Princeton Senator I said it in my role as an advocate Oh okay you didn't mean it Senator I said it in my role as an advocate to make a rhetorical point So when you say something that's incorrect it's okay to excuse it by saying oh I was being an advocate What do you believe Do you personally believe that cops kill unarmed black men every single day in America Senator I believe law enforcement have an important and challenging job in this country That's not what you said though

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Robert Wilkie on Donald Trump's 'Real American Leadership'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:15 min | 3 months ago

Robert Wilkie on Donald Trump's 'Real American Leadership'

"Secretary Robert wilkie, welcome back to America professor. Thank you. You love you clearly have a passion for history, not just national security. As we were prepping for this show, you talked about this funny story about general Montgomery that you can share with us later. But let's go straight to the heart of the matter. It's been four weeks of war in Europe right now. I was on a British TV show at the weekend. And a conservative outlet. But one of the guests used this trope about president Trump that he was so crazy and unpredictable. My retort was, there was nothing crazy and there was nothing unpredictable. He said America first secure the border treat our allies friends and our enemies as enemies, which is what he did. So talk to us about the importance and I know you've been responding to the rally on news. Talk to us about the importance of personality in real politics. So let me just say why president Trump was in the mainstream of real American leadership. President Trump told the Europeans you have a GDP that's equal to the United States, your population is a little larger. You have lived under the good graces of the American people for 75 years. You have to pull your own weight. John Kennedy admonished de Gaulle and Aden hour. Back in 1961, he said you are living off the fat of the land. American land. So this is the president and the German Chancellor. Richard Nixon said we did not. We did not win World War II, to provide Europeans with two annual vacations. Donald Trump was in the mainstream of that thought. And this is why your point is so well taken. This is a serious business. It requires steel spine and that sounds trite. But aggressors know when they are facing someone who, yes, unpredictability in the mind of your enemy. Because of what you're doing, is essential.

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Biden to Provide Funding for ‘Crack Pipe Distribution’

The Larry Elder Show

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Biden to Provide Funding for ‘Crack Pipe Distribution’

"Regarding Joe Biden, planning to offer funding for drug addicts, including the use of crack pipes. Senator John Kennedy had a couple things to say about it. Right now, President Biden's policy is this. If you are a Nigerian doctor, or a German machinist, who wants to come to America, you have to be vetted for years. But if you're some gang banger drug dealer who just hops the fence at the border, you're welcome. And we'll fly you anywhere you want in America. Now that's just bone deep down to the marrow stupid. And I'm all for helping people with drug addiction. But the way the deal with it, number one is just to secure the border. Will it completely solve the problem? No, but it'll do a lot more than safe crack pipes.

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Biden Limits Himself by Promising Black Female Scotus Nominee

The Larry Elder Show

01:14 min | 5 months ago

Biden Limits Himself by Promising Black Female Scotus Nominee

"We've been talking about Biden's assertion that the next vacancy he has. He made this promise during the campaign would be a black female. I mean, this game this out, take it to its logical extension. The country is what 13% black, right? Barack Obama got elected. If people based upon voted based upon race, never could have happened. Joe Biden is Catholic. Making him only the second black president, who's Catholic. John Kennedy being the first. And roughly 20, 23% or so of the U.S. adult population is Catholic. So voters voted based on their religion. Biden never could have become president John Kennedy never could have become president. By the way, of the 9 members of the Supreme Court current members, 6 of them are Catholic. Again, if presidents nominated Supreme Court Justices based upon the president's own religion, we could never have had 6 members of the Supreme Court who were Catholic.

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Biden Says 'Lockdowns' Not Needed to Curb Coronavirus Variant

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:41 min | 7 months ago

Biden Says 'Lockdowns' Not Needed to Curb Coronavirus Variant

"John Kennedy, well, let's start with Justin Trudeau, premiere of Canada. I'm a crime is actually in Canada. Not in the United States yet. Cut number 19. Obviously, we're watching very, very closely at the situation with el Macron. We know that even though Canada has very strong border measures now. We need vaccinations to come to Canada. We need pre departure tests. We do testing on arrival. There may be more we need to do, and we'll be looking at it very carefully. Are we going to ban more flights? Are we going to ban more many walked away? Because he doesn't know any more than you know other than Moderna CEO says we're screwed. Joe Biden, Dakota county, Minnesota went up there, and this is what he said cut number 20 from the president. As I told the American people yesterday, this new variant is a cause of concern, but not a cause to panic. On Thursday, I'll put forward a detailed strategy outline in how we've gone, we're going to fight this COVID this winter, not with shutdowns and lockdowns with more widespread vaccination. Boosters testing a much more. In the meantime. It sounds to me like deputy president Ron klain got the President Biden. And said, here's what we're going to do. It's what I'm doing. Urge everyone to get vaccinated because Delta is out there. And delta could kill you. We have about 850 deaths a day average right now in the United States. They're all Delta. And the vast majority of them are people who aren't vaccinated. You want to play poker with your life. I can't talk you out of it, but we're a long past having the government shut things down and closed schools because the cost of those are now well known and they're terrible.

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Rep. John Kennedy Lists Reasons Why Saule Omarova Is a Communist

Mark Levin

02:03 min | 8 months ago

Rep. John Kennedy Lists Reasons Why Saule Omarova Is a Communist

"You wrote your thesis in college at Moscow state university on the title was Karl Marx's economic analysis and the theory of revolution in the capital But you won't send senator to me a copy You studied at university at Moscow state university scientific communism Which is the science regarding the working class struggle and the socialist agenda In 2019 not 30 years ago in a Canadian documentary you called the financial services industry quote a quintessential industry You roll a paper called systemically significant prices calling for the federal government to set wages food gas prices In 2020 you wrote a paper called the people's ledger Where you said we need to abolish bank accounts and make everybody set up an account at fear with the federal government will have access to your data In 2020 you wrote another paper called the climate case for a national investment authority where you said what we need to do the oil and gas industry is have the federal government bankrupt So we can tackle climate change In 2019 you joined the Facebook group a Marxist Facebook group to discuss socialist and anti capitalist views Now that's what I see from your record And you have the right to believe everyone of these things You do This is America But I don't mean any disrespect I don't know whether to call you professor or comrade Oh my goodness Senator I'm not a

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Disney World's Hall of Presidents Is Not Kind to Donald Trump

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | 9 months ago

Disney World's Hall of Presidents Is Not Kind to Donald Trump

"Pictures. I was at Disney last week. And saw the hall of presidents. Incidentally, Disney shamelessly skips past Trump in a film Montage. They do for like they do almost every president from like John Kennedy forward, but like little clips of things they said, but they skip Trump. Classy moved Disney. Keep it classy. But he is up there on stage, you know? And the hall of presidents is always a cool exhibit. They've got all of the animatronic presidents and they're out there nodding and bowing and blinking their eyes. And Trump actually looks good. They've got a new Trump when he was president. He looked like he looked a little bit like Bette Midler. I mean, it was bizarre. He didn't look anything like Trump. Now he looks just like Trump now that he's not talking.

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John Zmirak: 'Dubya, We Hardly Knew Ye'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:25 min | 10 months ago

John Zmirak: 'Dubya, We Hardly Knew Ye'

"Written some articles at the stream. Which one shall we discuss. I shall we discuss. Yeah there's an article. W we hardly knew he'd take on a john kennedy book. There was a book by about john. F. kennedy johnny. We hardly knew. Is that bunch of his advisors after he was shot is that true. And it's based on an old irish song about soldier who dies prematurely right. I really knew. Extreme w we hardly knew because so many of us really know what we're getting when we voted for and supported george w bush revealed his true self to listen and for that. We need to be grateful. We needed to be thankful that the picture of dorian gray has come out of the closet with the separating pus and the dripping is and the fangs when george w bush are you body are you body shaming dorian gray no your character shaming george bush. That's right of course that's a few ask. It's like trying to get a chimpanzee embarrassed. But i i am attempting to shame if there is if there is a human art left inside the shell. That is george w bush. There's a single flicker of humanity. I would like to summit so that i can shame it into

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Sen. John Kennedy Torches Biden's Afghanistan Withdrawal: 'A Circus Parade of Bad Decisions'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:11 min | 10 months ago

Sen. John Kennedy Torches Biden's Afghanistan Withdrawal: 'A Circus Parade of Bad Decisions'

"Senator. John kennedy had a great great comment on fox news as he often. Does this guy. Like the will rogers of the us senate. He's so smart. He's actually so funny but he's got crystal clear. Just absolute clarity here. He was on fox news on this disaster of withdrawal from afghanistan. The mass soldier left afghanistan on august. Party it was an ignominious day whether you think we should have been in afghanistan or not. The draw was a circus parade of bad decisions. Some of my colleagues in washington or trying to spin it. otherwise sean. But this one's on spendable you can. You can put perfume on a pig but it still stinks the thirteen service men and women who who lost their lives in the withdrawal were and are wyans if nothing else. They're the reason you ought to stand up for the national anthem. Now we're out but it's not over. We we left americans behind. We don't know how many that's unconscionable and we got give him out he's right and i don't hear the biden administration promising to get these stranded. Americans out of afghanistan like trump said last week. You can't pull out of afghanistan till you get the citizens out get the american people out. You can't pull the troops out until you get americans out and and the story about the dogs. They left the dogs behind in to die in cages. These loyal trustworthy dedicated dogs that have been by their their soldier side. This is

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"john f. kennedy" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"john f. kennedy" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"john f. kennedy" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"john f. kennedy" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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Sen. Kennedy on addressing the influx of migrants still overwhelming border facilities

Kim Komando

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Sen. Kennedy on addressing the influx of migrants still overwhelming border facilities

"Influx of migrants. I'm Pam who's Oh Fox News as migrants Flood our southern border Senate Republican John Kennedy says the problem can be solved. Easy peasy, he tells Fox is Sunday morning futures that Border Patrol agents will tell you straight up that President Biden's immigration policies aren't working. They think that vetting people with the border is racist on every other country in the world thinks it's it's prudent. What we're doing now is dangerous. This is it's expensive that puts downward pressure on wages. White House press secretary Jen Psaki was on Fox News Sunday, pushing what she called a different approach. The Trump Administration was turning away kids at the border, sending them back on the treacherous journey or they were ripping kids from the arms of their parents. We're not doing that Sake also said the White House is committed to allowing cameras inside border facilities. Two

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Trump's impeachment trial starts with opening statements

Rush Limbaugh

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Trump's impeachment trial starts with opening statements

"Second impeachment trial for former President Trump is underway. This is Maryland congressman and lead House impeachment manager Jamie Raskin, the president. It is undisputed committed his defense. While he was president, and it is undisputed that we impeached him while he was president. There can be no doubt that this is a valid and legitimate impeachment. Earlier, Louisiana Republican Senator John Kennedy told the Faulkner Focus. What happened in the capital of the six is not representative of the Republican Party on my Democratic colleagues have plenty to account for and their party as well.

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When the FBI Spied on Martin Luther King Jr.

Kottke Ride Home

03:39 min | 1 year ago

When the FBI Spied on Martin Luther King Jr.

"A new documentary out today called. Mlk fbi which traces the ways in which the fbi was surveilling. Martin luther king junior towards the end of his life as well as other black activists in an attempt to tamp down the civil rights movements directed by legendary filmmaker sam pollard. This documentary is based on a nineteen eighty one book by historian david garrow as well as documents released by the national archives in two thousand seventeen and two thousand eighteen quoting the atlantic. Mlk fbi arrows attempts to stifle the civil rights movement through coordinated efforts to spy on king with the hope of discrediting his righteous public image with king as with many black activists since the beginning of the twentieth century. The fbi surveillance wasn't an isolated obsession. It was part of a long running effort to keep black americans from acquiring institutional power. Pohlad told me the film traces. Exactly how the surveillance of king started how it was conducted and the effects it had on his life end quote using tons of archival footage and interviews with firsthand witnesses. The film illustrates how. Fbi's surveillance of black americans began as part of fbi director. Jaeger hoover's obsession with rooting out. Communism believing black people to be more susceptible to political manipulation as their efforts became more focused specifically on martin luther king junior and his growing influence. The fbi sought to expose his extramarital affairs as a way of discrediting him to the public and his followers but director sample are noted to npr's fresh air quote would hoover didn't bank on was back in the sixties. The press did not take the bait. They didn't reveal the personal lives of these public figures. They didn't do with john kennedy. They didn't do with others and they didn't do it. With dr king and quotes and while this documentary serves as a needed reminder. That martin luther king junior was not universally revered in his time there could be wearing that paints too negative a picture of him by including personal details like the affairs he had producer. Benjamin heddon said a our approach however quote he wouldn't be d- mythology someone he would simply be portraying him with responsibility and sympathy the way he would subject in his documentaries who was not known to the wider public and quotes and hannah georgia's said in the atlantic quote. Mlk fbi offers an important corrective to prevailing myths about king and his principles of nonviolent resistance. Which were not in fact. Widely embraced as my colleague. Van newkirk wrote in two thousand eighteen hostility toward the civil rights. Movement turned into a cherry. Pick celebration of the revolutions victories over segregation in over easily caricatured gap toothed bigots in the south and quotes and continuing georgia's. The reality was that opposition to king into the racial progress. He symbolized was restricted by region or by political affiliation diplomats and republicans alike had turned against king by his later years especially after he voiced objection to the vietnam war. It's impossible to separate the fbi's decades long commitment to tracking black activists from its relative failure to address the credible threats posed by white nationalists including those that surfaced with last week's deadly attack on the capital the fbi surveilling king and using dubious reasoning to do so isn't altogether shocking for much of the country's history sabotaging black rebellion by any means necessary has been integral to preserving white political power. The new and still contested development is finally accepting black people as active participants in american democracy and quotes.

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Most Americans to receive $600 coronavirus relief checks starting next week

Lee Matthews

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Most Americans to receive $600 coronavirus relief checks starting next week

"The first checks could be in the mail next week. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News after Congress approved with a final vote around midnight. Mork Corona Financial Aid for Americans $900 Billion Worth. Fox is Jill NATO says it includes small business relief and extension of federal unemployment benefits and a second stimulus check of $600 for Americans making less than 75 grand a year. But is it enough? Senate Minority leader Chuck Schumer? Anyone who thinks this bill is enough? Doesn't know what's going on in America. Some Republicans aren't sure like Senator John Kennedy, will it be enough? I think it will be, But we're just gonna have to wait and

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Is Email Marketing Right For Me?

The Email Marketing Show

05:35 min | 1 year ago

Is Email Marketing Right For Me?

"Now you might be listening to this and thinking. Should i even be doing this. E mail marketing thing. Like will this work for me. Will this work for for my business. Or i don't have a less than for. I can't do email marketing wilco. That in a minute and like you know you might just think. I'm ashley i'll be doing this. Will this work for me. Is it worth the effort. Is it worth the time. Is it worth gain to see. It can be quite intimidate enough supposed like if that point twentieth thinking right of maybe we listened to the show for a while or been reading up a while this first episode but it can be intimidating to thank everybody else. I mean we've done this with other things like everybody else's ahead of the game or i see everybody else doing it but whatever it worked for me. My businesses different good thing is all of our businesses are different. That's great and we will have to do things. And it's not way but the big thing we've got to remember is every body us you. The people who've got gillian subscribers. Every single one of us had a very special day when we got subscriber number one of course at the end of the day you end up sitting there going. I get subscriber number two or will it. Just be me mom listening to me emails. So the good news is everybody does start off with suitable. And that's a really humbling thing. Think about that. Every body the bigger is the people. You really respect even us. We got subscriber number one. One day that happened to that person there was a day when they cracked open a brand new active campaign accounts something convert it whatever and they got their first subscriber and the good news is the sooner you do it. The sooner you can get your second one. But you can't get your second one in the sounds bad but you can't get your second subscriber until your first one so quickstart. Let's get on with it. Let's do it New point is the heavens going to open in the list. Ferry is going to come down and give you a list of people so you don't expect and don't want to just like start your business and go right. I'm going to go hundred subscribers day. One and then i'm gonna crack on from that because it's not gonna happen. You're going to get one and then you're going to get a second kennedy said and the good news is as we said before thought person. The first subscriber doesn't know that subscriber number one. They don't know that you don't have a list of a billion people because you don't tell them and of course it's not like instagram. Or if you've only got three follow us. They know they don't know you. You'll only subscriber. That's a really good place to start right. This is a really really powerful position for you to be. What's really interesting is one of the big things. I remember in mark one. When i was first learning to read response email marketing one of the things that they used to hop on about all the time in all those big causes by john kennedy and all the other big people they used to talk about. You've got to write an email as if you're sending it to one person so when the person receives it they're reading it as if it's a one on one intimate conversation you don't want to start him off with hi guys. Everyone's doing this. But what do you mean. I am not guys. I am not guys that that's wrong. So actually you're gonna remember we. These emails must feel like a one communication. No you're not going to fake it. You don't going to pretend they all want a one. Communications obviously going to be legit and above board with it all. But they've got to feel like the communication sue. The best way to do that. Get you. I Let's get that off the table to begin with so nobody knows about the first subscriber you can you can crack on the thing is every single type of business no matter. What kind of business. You've got your customers your followers your audience your ideal perfect customer. Who's going to stick with you forever or or spend the most with you or you're going to enjoy working with the most. They've all got email addresses because you can't have an instagram account or a facebook account or anything out without have an email address. He can't so everyone's got an email address. That's good news your customer whether you're dealing with people who are older people who are middle age or people who are like if you're dealing with kids most kids these days full school stuff need to need to have an email address so one of the thirteen thirty or three hundred years old. They have an email address. Everyone has an email address. in fact. yeah. I think this is really interesting. You know if you look different businesses so maybe teach scuba diving. Maybe you teach Health and fitness. Whatever it is if you look different niches you'll often find people say well my audience really hang out on this platform a mile audience. Really hang on this phone for example. If you're selling wedding dresses than one of the best places that you could be is going to be pinterest. Probably pinterest instagram. The wet selling light wedding dresses and bridal stuff and if you saw interior design same saw a deal but if you're selling something that's more corporate you probably want to going to be on linked probably gonna be a maybe facebook as well and so people always talk about. Where is my audience. I'll tell you where all those people are. Email one hundred percent of them like it's not like a pig tiktok or instagram. Like the oled that so. If you want to know what your audience's email good thank you. Let's face those social media platforms. Send emails all the time. The first thing that happens when you first lineup lasagna cooed. by email to verify. That's your email address. They do that because i have them. Having their email address is really important because every time somebody talks you in a photograph sends you a message. People send you a facebook message and facebook email to tell you got a facebook

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"john f. kennedy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"john f. kennedy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Okay, but I want to tell you something. I gotta grand baby number eleven's on the way and the kids are in school. Some mean, they're telling eight and 10 year olds that Donald Trump's a bad person, You know, you know, we've seen that which to me is way over the top. That's all year old for school teachers. Yeah, I am not invited to guarantee parent today anymore, Dan From Grandparent's Day Grandparent's Day. What? What did you do? Did you wear a isn't my kids? No. One. That's not for me to go after you found out what the kids are being said Toe the Oh bill believes he should. You should go to the inauguration. But I do believe you have to to big trump flags and everybody in this pie should be wearing trump 2024 hats that I just think that at some point We have to get back to some Sense of regular order in this country, and I'm not that happens. I think I think you're right and I, It's you know, I'm old enough to remember. Um, you know a lot of Democrats and Republicans and I remember how different people were treated. Uh, and the it used to be in this country that you could Be a Democrat or Republican and yet have some respect. On the other side. I'm appeared some older people in the neighborhood, and they still think John F. Kennedy's and running the Democratic Party, John Kennedy assignments on my body. I don't know that this room for John F. Kennedy in the current Democrat would not John F. Kennedy would be So the writer Donald Trump, you know, but I do think that the John F. Kennedy would have been strongly supportive of Israel. I think that he would have been hey would have used tariffs as Trump tried to use tariffs. I don't think John Kennedy was a free trader. In that sense. He was a Over Classic Democratic He was he was John F. Kennedy was a strong anti Communist. Um, you know, he was the guy that had the kitchen debates with with Nikita Khrushchev. Um And, yeah, I just think that you know John F. Kennedy when you talked about challenge is going to the moon. Um, ask not what your country can do for you. But what you can do for your country Find find me. Bernie Sanders. A quote from Bernie Sanders like that, or quote from AOC. Quote from IATA. Possibly everything should be free. You got it? Yeah. Anything. I should be free until we run out of money. Yeah, well, we have We are running out of money. You know, they say so. It's crazy. It's crazy. Um, Bill, I appreciate the different viewpoints we've had on this show tonight, and you've been one of them. Thank you very much. Appreciate it. Please, Please continue to call yourself. What's that? Get a referee shirt. The whistle? Yeah. You got it much. Alright. Goodnight. 617254 10 30 Triple 89 to 1930. I got to open lines. If you call in right now, we will get you under the wire. 617254 10 30 Triple 8929 10 30. If you've listened to the conversation tonight, and you can bring a modicum of Um I don't know cohesion to the to the nation to my audience. I'm I'm hopeful it, but we gotta talk it out. It's almost like a family. You've got to have. The disagreements before you get to some sort of agreement. I don't know when we'll get there, but we got to try. We are at the core supposedly all Americans back on night side. It's night side with Dan Ray. Hey, Jim. Don't be easy. Boston's news radio. My name's Courtney Little. And I'm the founder and owner of nutrition and Whole House Solutions and Stone, A mass..

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 Donald Trump's disregard for our transition rituals threatens democracy

The Beat with Ari Melber

07:05 min | 1 year ago

Donald Trump's disregard for our transition rituals threatens democracy

"Have you noticed. This is not normal. The president openly trying to say only the votes for him should count talking about sailing election. No legal path to succeed. We've been reporting on how those michigan republicans were welcomed at the white house after being shamed in their own home state for what they were doing. And donald trump is also taking petty moves that basically delay or mess with aspects of the transition. They won't mess with the transfer of power. All of this. We want to show tonight with. The evidence is a radical break from a longstanding. Bipartisan approach to the peaceful transfer of power in america that look forward to talking to the president so honored that he was attended with hospitality to me. And my wife. Yesterday didn't need to do this. And i am most grateful that He would do so good morning last night. I had a warm conversation with president. Elect barack obama. I congratulated him and senator biden on their impressive. Victory told the president-elect he can count on complete cooperation for my administration as he makes the transition to the white house. My number one priority. In the coming two months is to try to facilitate a transition that ensures dental is successful. We turned presidential historian. Michael beschloss what contrast you see from there to now well once again are a donald trump tonight as a category of his own. Go all the way back to john adams who lost to the guy who was at that time as you know his political enemy. Thomas jefferson. Adams was angry about being defeated by jefferson. And he didn't hang around for the inauguration that tradition adopted established yet so adams got an a stage coach and went back to massachusetts before jefferson was born in but it began this tradition. That even when you have an incumbent president who is angry at the guy who beat him for reelection. Herbert hoover in one thousand nine hundred ninety three and franklin roosevelt over to the white house to talk about how they should transfer power even when they rolled up to the capital roosevelt and hoover sat in the back of an open car. They shared a lap robe. If you could believe it didn't talk much. But that's a tradition. And as you say the tradition is running alongside both the rules constitutional requirements and the norms that much abuse a framework or term in the last four years That provide a buffer a provide a context all this. We just showed the outgoing president's michael stays with us. We want to show michael. And our viewers the other cases where we have seen the candidates as mentioned who lost just conceding with some eye on their place in history john mccain making what for him was a painful concession to barack obama in two thousand and eight hillary clinton in that loss that shocked so many including many in the republican party. She got up the next morning and gave that speech pledging cooperation to president-elect trump and sixteen we've seen presidents who lost reelection like trump did face the music the people of the united states that made the choice and of course. I accept that decision. But i have to admit not with the same enthusiasm that i accepted the decision for years ago. People have spoken. And we respect the majesty of the democratic system. I just called governor clinton over in little rock and offered my congratulations. he did run a strong campaign. I wish him well in the white house. You know michael you deal with facts and evidence you have a rigorous process between where you start and publishing one of your history books. How do you measure class. Because what i see there is something. That's hard to prove. But i feel it inside which is across ideology in parties. We've just seen many different presidents showing a type of class or even grace that is absent right now at the white house. We're going to ari. I've got two sons who are now in their twenties but they used to play a little league and every time they played a game even if they lost they would shake hands with the winning team and say good game. That was assumed this. That's that's american. What is not. American is to claim when you didn't win to be a poor loser you try to be out of keeping with the tradition of all those guys you just showed even richard nixon who is not thought of in history as a particularly gracious winner. Nineteen sixty gets beaten by john kennedy. He was very angry about it and it was very sad about it but he goes out and tells us supporters in los angeles in america. Once a decision is made we unite behind the candidate who was elected that was even before the final results were. Yeah that's great a great example. You're given off as we say off the top of the dome michael We have one more for you. And that is al gore. Who did have this tight legal challenge. Everyone remembers frustrating. For both sides in the run up to it and then of course frustrating for the person losing so narrowly having won more votes overall total across america. Al gore take a look now the. Us supreme court has spoken. Let there be no doubt while. I strongly disagree with the court's decision. I accept it. I accept the finality of this outcome. Which will be ratified next monday. In the electoral college and tonight for the sake of our unity as a people and strength of our democracy. I offer my concession. If i may be a little optimistic here at the end of the week michael ask you to guide us. What would you as someone who cares deeply about america. What would you tell citizens both parties neither party whatever. What is incumbent upon the rest of us to do if we never get that concession from this president. What do we do from here together. We just say the. Donald trump is a gross aberration. Get him out out the door. The door doesn't hit him on the way out on the twentieth of january and say we demand our leaders that they do. What all those other candidates that you show tonight did show some graciousness and understand that democracy is more important. Listen to what al gore said. He didn't say. I agree with the supreme court decision in bush v gore. He says for the sake of our democracy. I offer my concession. Most canada's most presidents love democracy want to unite the country. Donald trump is a gross aberration and exception to that tradition. Soon he'll be gone. Michael beschloss gets the word on that. Thank you sir.

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Bellwether no more? Ohio misses presidential pick for first time since 1960

Dave Fox Home Remodeling Show

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Bellwether no more? Ohio misses presidential pick for first time since 1960

"It's a bit of a history lists and when it comes to the presidential election in Ohio now that the media has declared Joe Biden, the presumptive winner of the presidential election, and if those numbers hold up, Ohio will have lost its status of being a bellwether state. 1960 election. The last election in which Ohio did not pick the winner of the Buckeye State going for Richard Nixon over John Kennedy that year, But starting in 1964, when Lyndon Johnson won, Ohio was picked a winner in every election since until now. I'm Tom Moore.

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Kamala Harris asks Amy Coney Barrett: 'Do you believe climate change is happening?'

The Joe Piscopo Morning

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Kamala Harris asks Amy Coney Barrett: 'Do you believe climate change is happening?'

"After a couple of days. Testimony by the judge the Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett wraps up later today. It was grilled by Democrat Kamala Harris on everything from workers rights to the environment. You said that quote you have read things about climate change, but you would not say You have firm news on coming to the defense. Republican John Kennedy of Louisiana. Are you a gauged clean air? Bright water. An environmental justice. I am not against any of those Things committee today said to hold its first of two votes on Barrett's nomination. The final one set for next week. But I knew reporting

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"john f. kennedy" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"john f. kennedy" Discussed on KCRW

"Has a way of pouring cold water on such storytelling to find a convention that actually went beyond the first ballot. In choosing a nominee. You need to go way back to 1952 convention really goes wild as governor Stryker of Indiana nominates his fellow governor, Adlai Stevenson of Illinois, corners of the convention. Steadfastly refused to advance his candidacy. That clip is from an old universal newsreel, filmed as Illinois governor, Adlai Stevenson aided three rounds of voting to secure the Democratic nomination. There's another reason. 1952 is significant. For the first time conventions were live on television from coast to coast. It was a new tool to reach a huge audience. Then in 1960 The first candidate toe fully embrace the age of television. My call is to the young at heart. Regardless of age. For the stout in spirit. Regardless of party. That's John F. Kennedy accepting the Democratic nomination. But as TV took over, convention planners didn't always fully appreciate that the cameras would also capture conflict. Like at the GOP convention of 1960 for Senator Barry Goldwater was the nominee. Mind you. That extremism And the defense of Liberty is no vice. That line was a sharp rebuke to an earlier convention speech from Goldwater rival Nelson Rockefeller, the liberal Republican governor of New York. The Republican Party should Extremism from his left or right. Four years later, Democrats had their own epic and messy internal battles. At a convention where the enduring images are of violent clashes outside between antiwar protesters and Chicago police. That kind of disruption hasn't been seen since. Still, conventions remain a place for new faces on the political scene to emerge. In 2000. For it was a state senator from Illinois the hope of a skinny kid with a funny name who believes that America has a place for him to andan await a little known GOP governor. I love those hockey moms, You know, they say the difference between a hockey mom and a pit bull. Lipstick. As for the complaints that conventions have become too choreographed to scripted well, there are still moments that backfire Witness Democratic nominee Walter Mondale in 1984 and a promise that would haunt his campaign, Mr Reagan. Will raise taxes. And so will I. He won't tell you. I just did. And how about the 2012 Republican convention when surprise guest actor director Clint Eastwood pretended to interview President Obama? Represented by an empty chair. What do you want me to tell Romney?.

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"john f. kennedy" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"john f. kennedy" Discussed on KTOK

"Or YOU can call 808 for four for 888 808 444888 There's a Twitter from Joe Last weekly. You did a skit about a man in Texas and how he deals with his rattlesnake problem. I told my wife about it, Could you repeat it will sure Joe, I love to repeat it. Ah, Friend of mine is from Texas and explained to me that in Texas where there's rattlesnakes, I've got them on my place. They live among this. I've killed rattlesnakes on the front porch on the back porch. I've killed rattlesnakes in the barn in the driveway. In fact, I kill rattlesnakes every time I encounter them. I kill rattlesnakes because I know a rattle snake will bite me and inject me with poison. I don't stop to wonder why a rattle snake will bite me. I know it'll bite me because it's a rattlesnake, and that's what they do. I don't try to reason with a rattlesnake. I just kill it. I don't try to get to know the rattlesnake. Better so I can find a way to live with a rattlesnake and convince it not to bite me. I just kill it. I don't quiz the rattlesnake to see if I can find out where the other rattlesnakes are because a it won't tell me and be. I already know they live on my place, so I just killed a rattlesnake and move on to the next one. I don't look for ways I might be able to change the rattlesnake to a non poisonous rat snake. I just kill it. Oh, and on occasion I accidentally kill a rat snake because I thought it was a rattlesnake at the time. Also, I know for every rattlesnake I kill tomb or are lurking out there in the Bush. In my lifetime. I'll never be able to rid my place of rattlesnakes. Do I fear them? No dough. I respect what they could do to me. Yes. And because of that respect, I give them fair justice. They deserve it. I kill him. Maybe as a country we should start giving Mohr thought to the fact that the jihadists that want to kill us or just like rattlesnakes and act accordingly. I love this country. It's the damn government. I'm afraid off. Well said, And I'm happy to re share stuff that you hear. Weekly daily on the lead Matthews program which you can hear each weekday from five, Peter 70 on NewsRadio. 1000 Katie. Okay with yours Truly. You can also hear it on my heart radio and this stream Now, the O'Reilly update brings you something you might Not no. 58 years ago this week. Actress Maryland Monroe died of a drug overdose in Los Angeles. He isn't kicked off one of Hollywood's most bizarre investigations with questions lingering to this day about what really happened to Marilyn Monroe. Here's a story. In 1962 Maryland was fired by 20th Century Fox from a movie. With studio execs, citing quote, mental illness and substance abuse, unquote On August 4th of that year. Her housekeeper discovered Miss Monroe unconscious in the bathroom. She was pronounced dead on the scene. The coroner ruled her death an accidental overdose at the age of 36. But there were many questions. Several conspiracy theories popped up. And are still in play. Some believe John F. Kennedy and his brother, Bobby. Were involved with murdering Maryland on road to cover up romantic relationships. Miss Run Row, of course, sang her now famous performance of Happy Birthday, Mr President to JFK at his 45th birthday party in New York City two months before. She was found it. No Robert Kennedy. The attorney general. Was in Los Angeles. When Monroe died. But I investigated his whereabouts and could find no link to Marilyn Monroe. I did that for my book, killing Kennedy. And what we found out has not been challenged. So I do not believe R F K was linked to Ms Monroe. With all the rumors, the Los Angeles County coroner's office and the Police Department reopen the investigation in 1980 to 20 years later, every consulting Monroe, psychiatrist, doctor's family and friends, officials relabeled her death. As a probable suicide. And there's something else you might not know. Before her death. Marilyn Monroe is considered Hollywood's biggest star. Over the course of her 15 year career, Maryland started 33 movies at the height of her fame. She was paid $15 million in today's inflation adjusted cash. Back after this. Many of us are worried about for one case and retirement savings, everything we've worked very hard for they could evaporate with all of fake news and uncertainty. We are left wondering where to turn for fact based advice about our investments. It's very important to have an independent expert working to preserve and grow your savings, especially in today's economy. So please meet Silicon Valley Angel Investor in five G expert Jeff Brown of Brownstone Research whose only obligation is to you, he has created a newsletter called the Near Future Report. Where he shares his analysis on where the stock market is going and went, which stocks are poised to rise and fall and a new way to profit from the exploding.

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"john f. kennedy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"john f. kennedy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"To do. You have to change it. You gotta be willing to tear it down to the studs and rebuild it. You really are committed. So wanting to drive innovation. The other is as a leader you want to recognize and courage, good behavior. If you see someone doing something, the right way you want to encourage that You want to make a point of you want to highlight it? Same time. If you see people doing bad behaviors, things negatively innovation, culture things like You know, not invented here or passive aggressive. You want to put a stop to it? The the one thing that I share with CEOs that I coach with. When they come to me and complained, and they're complaining about, you know, some action occurring inside the organization and I have to keep reminding them as a leader. You get the organization you deserve. By the worst actions you allow happen. If you love people to have, you know, bad habits, bad actions, negative cultures within your team. You deserve what you get. If you're not willing to stop it, correct it. Remove people out of your organization change people telling them exactly what you expect. You get what you deserve. Resource is you gotta have resource is the key on the resource is is is they need to be devoted to innovation. That can't be resource is that You know, Go willy nilly. You need people, money, time and equipment. Time is the critical one. You know, we expect people to do their full time job and then innovated night and on weekends. You do that You're going to get night and weekend quality innovations. You need to build time into it. And then do you put your best resource is on. It is you're a team, or is it the people on the bench? I see. There's a lot of consulting practices were consultants who are not build out. Or put on in on innovation projects. Well, they're not build out. That means the clients. Gin and did not want them. Clients did not want them. Then why do you want them on your innovation project? Put your 18 and are those resource is protected. You know, is it just because someone's on the bench and then next week, they're going to be, you know, gone off to something else. That's a problem. Patient's innovation takes time, especially inside innovation. You have got to have the patience and you gotta get to the point of not Tying resource is to the budget cycle. Are you saying Okay? You're approved for one year the end of next year. You gotta You know, go through Ri approval, And that means you kind of get this high energy on a project and they're kind of tanks. Are people really? Committed to that project. You know, In my case, I believe in a funding, Mount says of its two years you funded for two years, and that team does not even need to go through budget approval. It's automatically guaranteed baked into the budget. Going forward must have patients. You had to have an innovation framework process isn't something that was gonna brainstorm stuck 10 people in a room and troublesome ideals. That's what you do that you're gonna end up with either. Two types of ideas. A buck Rodger ideas, things that are going to require a violation of laws of physics, or you're gonna end up with these little bitty incremental innovations. An innovation framework innovation process. That's what you need. You must have it, then it must be tailored to you must match organization and match your culture. This is not a one size. It's all And then it be had big, hairy, audacious goal. Be hags really need to focus on defining a time. You know what? What is a big, huge objective? You're going to go after What's the time frame? What's that objective? And then what's the criteria for six of us be having tea I've ever heard is John F. Kennedy and the behead was before the end of the decade, we will put a man on them isn't Moon and return him home safely. At the time frame before the new decade success. The objective put a man on the moon criteria for success, was returning them home safely and do it before the end of the decade. Oh, that is thie be heard. Execution. This is a big one. But keep in mind. Ideas without execution are a hobby. What about you? I'm not in the hobby business. I'm in the business of creating and delivering innovations in my entire career, right has been about delivering those innovations..

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"john f. kennedy" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"john f. kennedy" Discussed on KTRH

"John F. Kennedy said about the Soviets here's how they negotiate what's mine is mine and what's yours is negotiable and that ladies and gentlemen is the left in this country that is the Democrat party you see it with every major issue on the left there's a tantrum there's the guilt the anger the social justice sing the banning the shaming and then eventually there is a new piece of legislation or there is a action by the government either a state or federal level that is in favor of the left think about the absurdity of some of these fights that have taken place you know like up illegal foreign nationals should be allowed to vote people here illegally I've ever write about it there's actually people have bought into that and there are cities that are doing that over three hundred sanctuary cities in the United States and just a mental note as long as we're talking about PH eyes people here illegally how many of them have cove it you're not allowed to now but you are if you are expected to pay form you're just not allowed to now but I digress I want to go back to a little bit I'm landed because you're seeing Marxism and Leninism in Seattle right now then you got to realize the impact Lennon had on the left it's just like when these people wear these T. shirts with now or they have really cool pictures of Castro smoking a cigar I understand that they've been taught that these are sexy romantic freedom fighters and they're just leftist thugs that raping killing torture and in because the news media and academic it gives them cover millions of people don't know the truth landed in invented the form of government that we call to tell tarian and that rejects the principle the idea of any private ownership everything is controlled by the state because the state knows better how many times did you hear Barack Obama saying that obamacare and thing and and the whole spectrum of obamacare because people just can't do this on their own so we have to do it public schools we we have to tell you where to go to school we have to explain how health works one of the most under reported things during the pandemic in my opinion was what about all the preventive measures what about good health just eating right what about the fact that some of the most vulnerable excluding the elderly obviously his age is going to take its toll in ages age but what about all the people that are overweight and have a terrible diet don't know anything about nutrition and there's they're sick all the time and they don't care and they don't care if they get anybody else sick they were one of the high risk groups but that was never spoken about now here's the thing that worries me Landon believe that state power had to be should be and consistently be enforced on sheer terror because he believe that's the only way to get your point across I understand we are the only country that has the United States constitution the declaration of independence and all the brilliant writings whether you agree with them or not of our founding fathers and plus look at the age of a country look at how young we are and what makes Landon and Stalin and marks in that whole communist fantasy of Bernie Sanders all at a great place to honeymoon let's go let's go Russia honey think about that as horrible as the loss of the Soviet Union in World War two there were more people lost because of communism and they took the biggest hit in World War two so there's a whole generation of people that don't know this soldiers would come back from fighting in World War two Russian soldiers would come back from the front and if they have lost the battle with the Germans they would be put in one of their country's only goal logs and tortured or killed that's how communism works that's how the left works and we've allowed misinformation to be pumped through our schools and now we're seeing people like Angelo rife forty years old on CNN saying this George Washington was a slave owner and we need a costly loners out for what they are whether we think they were protecting American freedom or not he wasn't protecting my freedom I wasn't someone who my ancestors weren't deemed human beings to him now see the problem is she's forty years old so when she said George Washington wasn't protecting her freedom here's why I think she's full of it you have freedom now because of George Washington there's a whole bunch of things that happen in America some of them happened way too late but we're the only country that has corrected and continues to correct mistakes and bad things at the rate and success level we do I just get tired of people that are thirty and forty that went to a leftist school lecturing about you know two hundred years ago you can't even tell me historically what happened twenty years ago I can't back using for rush coming up in update from Seattle live from Todd Herman next three real men want both live ball letter America's most muscular powerful and successful newsletter ever so this 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"john f. kennedy" Discussed on Green Connections Radio -  Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

12:35 min | 2 years ago

"john f. kennedy" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

"We have way too many buildings in this city. That look like they've had some really bizarre attachment like hooked up the hip of the building itself. And so he did he is created something magnificently beautiful and lyrical so appropriately adding to this memorial to John F. Kennedy and as soon as you start going underground and using concrete and embedding it and thinking about how you would deal with light and and water and the environment because it's also a very quiet environment so being really quiet on the inside is really important to us. Because that's what you need for performing arts but we're right next to two highways So we're we're basically encircled by highways. How do you create that quiet? Well through thick walls through thick window panes through the ability to have absorbed materials and being underground makes a huge impact. So I don't think the Kennedy Center Board said we will build a lead gold building but rather by choosing this magnificent visionary and by approaching it in this way we realized that we could really do something special. Couple of quick career questions Tell me about a moment mid career. Whatever that feels like to you where you had to make you made a decision that turned out to be pivotal. Why you think was pivotal. In retrospect and and what the what that tells you about making decisions going forward so why mid career take your pet you can choose however you off. Well I I have there. Several moments probably each position that I've had where I on in the moment understood that either by turning writer turning left or speaking up or not speaking up or saying we will do this or not. sor- sort of takes you in another direction and I can say that when I was building a concert hall and Seattle. There was a moment When a community group came to us and said we want you to move the location of the concert hall that you're building from the one that was for decades established in one location and they had been working for years and years to try and develop the project in one location but later Of Community Group came forward and said we thank. You should consider moving it to another location if I had said. Nope my major donor wants it there. I'm GonNa do it only there. Forget it the Bene- Roy Hall would be at Seattle Center and not across the street from the art museum and I will tell you that the the the team on either side were equally powerful but the concept of saying we could be downtown and we can change the face of downtown Seattle forever and if you go back to the history books. They'll tell you that Ben Arroyo hall coming to downtown Seattle Change Downtown Seattle because it was not an active vibrant place. It was not a destination and today it is incredible now. I'm not the only person who was involved without of course but if I had absolutely stood and insisted that we stay only with this one donor who had been funding the project up until that point we would be a totally different that that the Seattle symphony and downtown Seattle. It would be completely different and there are moments like that in each job. I think probably many of them here. The project when I first got here was at the fifty percent of design drawing for the expansion and they wanted me to sign off and I hadn't even started work here. They wanted me to sign off on fifty percent of designed drying and I said. Why are we building building? Well you want you know. Few more rehearsal. Rooms and couple classrooms probably frustrated. The heck out of him and so we stopped and it did frustrate them today. Stephen Hall will tell you that he was so overjoyed at that moment because he knew that it could be more but it was a little scary at the time. I think we all look back and say that was really pivotal moment here at the center. I think those things happen to most of us more frequently than we think. But you don't always have the same scale of it I there moments. It's about risk taking and listening to yourself and not being overly conscious for me. At least about you know if you do too much of the list of pros and cons. You'll kill yourself. You'll never make a decision. I really believe that a certain point. You have to listen to your heart. Listen to your gut and go with your instinct and do that with insights from other people. But that's probably a little bit of the sense of creativity allowing your voice to be heard even if it's only in your own head combination of data and magic if you will what I'm hearing you say is a combination of listening intuition. And what's also interesting about those stories is that especially the one about here is that you were new so you didn't have clout established yet. You were still like. Who is this woman? We know she has a great track record. Whatever but they didn't know anything about your decision making process really. I mean they were just so you. That was very courageous of you to take that Stan because you could have been alienating these this team that you now have to manage and you need their buy in to do your job so that was a big risk and so but but your point about following. Your intuition is really putting listening to other people in this. It sounds like you. You kind of know intuitively well in the end you know. Probably everybody was longing for that pause and so call it. Courage cullet Whatever you will but I think what I was doing was reading the room I think in the end everybody was saying. What are we really doing here? Can we can we talk about this a little bit more? So it's about not putting yourself out I so I I believe that I'm here to fulfill a mission and it's not my own egos mission. It's the mission of our institution. How do we become the national truly? Become the national cultural centre. How do we fulfill that mission? It's interesting because so often you hear leaders that have the bully pulpit that you have talked about wanting to leave their mark on an institution and that that that's like not your not your game at all you WanNa. Maybe it's because you're emission based Nonprofit but it's also. I think in today's world. Social Entrepreneurship is the name of the game and even big companies like PNG and and Deloitte and others you you have to have a mission in order to be successful and to attract people so enclosing We do like to focus on mid-career women because that's where the fall off is to leadership. So what advice would you give to a woman who is in mid career? Whatever that means to her or to you that who wants to use her education and her experience in. She's ambitious. She wants to make a lot of money but she wants to. Make a difference and again like you. It's not an ego thing. It's wanting to be ambitious and successful but also wanting to make a difference. What career advice would you give her? Well I have never been motivated by personal ambition. I have only ever been motivated by a fulfilling opportunities that I see around me and most of those are related to artists and the impact of art on other people so it goes to this issue of how can I make difference And through whatever it is whatever my special talent might be. I'll tell you what my special talent is. I work hard. I have no other special talent. Honestly it's just because I put in the time I talk about this with my daughter all the time because very often people and teachers will have said to her Jillian. I I value you more because you work hard. It's not just because you have talent that you get to do all of this stuff but you really dedicate yourself to whatever it is. You're doing so I'm persistent and I work really hard and if you keep working hard and you think about other people probably more than you think of yourself you will have opportunities and there are countless moments where you will feel like you have been shunted aside ignored Somebody else's had an opportunity that you haven't had but if you keep working hard and you really dedicate yourself to fulfilling the potential of who you are and what your project is I don't want to sort of copycat those sort of ideas that have been put forward. But I'm a big believer on you know. Show up and pay attention if you're there if you're paying attention if you're volunteering. Whatever that form of volunteers stepping forward to say. Oh I can do that and then me and do it. Don't wait to be invited because you may not wait. Be You may not get invited and that is not about you know. I'm going to choose my friend over this person or a male over a female It really is about people. Choose people they know. So if you are not known now you need to step forward and So this is the sort of family motto. Show up and pay attention and you will have whatever opportunity To prove yourself but you have to take it you have to fulfil on that. I love that and a couple of things. Come to my mind. One is of course the Woody Allen Line of ninety percent of life is showing up but also I interviewed Angela. Duckworth who wrote the book called Grit. How the power of passion and perseverance and it's about how in effect effort when you're talking about his effort putting in the hard work and doing the work showing up is more powerful and and gives better result than pure natural talent. I mean you hear these stories of these musicians for example who were born with extraordinary talent but they don't practice and they don't you know they're kind of a pain in the butt to deal with and this and they didn't have an ad you know it's like I don't care if they're brilliant they're paying to deal with so and so it reminds me of Angela's book a lot in her and her extraordinary tedtalk which has sixteen million views so Thank you so much. This has been really amazing Deborah wetter. I really appreciate thank you. It's been fun talking with you. Good so thank you so much for joining us today. On Green Connections Radio Debre Rudder President of the famed Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. So what Deborah say that resonated with you. What does creativity mean to you? Tweet it to us that Joan Michael Center posted on our facebook page and like the page. While you're there. Thank you for leaving. Us review on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you're listening today and please pass it onto your friends. I'm John Michaelson. Thank you for joining us. See you next time..

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"john f. kennedy" Discussed on Green Connections Radio -  Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

15:00 min | 2 years ago

"john f. kennedy" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

"Artists are using their senses all the time they observe the world around them and continuously collect raw material which they use later in their work that was also from was Oscar. He continued very briefly for an artist. Anything can be raw material. Their key artists are curious about anything they come across. And if you want to innovate that is exactly what you should do. I couldn't agree more with Zaslavsky. Innovation is indeed a marriage of art method and to explore this connection. And more. We've come to one of the world's most venerable institution's of creativity the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington. Dc since one thousand nine hundred seventy one. The Kennedy Center has been reflecting and driving the conversation about the performing arts in the United States and around the globe a few months ago the Kennedy Center expanded creating a new campus focused on bringing the public into the creative process called reach. They also made sure to build it with sustainability in mind including as an lead certified building. We're here to talk about the intersection of art. Innovation including managing creative people in the creative process and the new reach campus and some of its sustainability features and get a bit of career advice from their esteemed leader. I'd like you to meet Deborah. Rutter President and artistic and administrative director of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts which the website describes as the world's busiest Performing Arts Center. Okay so I'm a native New Yorker and I think the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts argue with that label a little bit but we'll let slot. Deborah has been in management her entire career coming to the Kennedy Center in two thousand fourteen after many years as president of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. One of the world's most claimed orchestras and before that executive director of the Seattle Symphony. She has Grad undergraduate degree from Stanford in her MBA from USC. And I have to throw in the because I am a ucla alum myself. I'll have to forgive you about that. One Fun factoid about Deborah is she has been on both sides of the baton having played violin in orchestras throughout her education. I tried the violin without much success however so without further. Ado I'm delighted. The Deborah's joining us live in person at the Kennedy Center. Welcome Deborah to green connections radio. Thank you for joining us. Thank you and welcome to the Kennedy Center. Thank you so much. I am a particular fan of the performing arts having grown up around them in New York City and is dancer myself and I come from a long line of accomplished musicians so I feel at home. I WANNA start off with a few questions. What's your favorite book? Well I just read at last fall tunnel. Pc Coats the water dancer and it has stayed in my heart my mind And played back over and over again and so It is the first one that just sort of POPs out of my head. I just love the way he writes. I love his perspective and I thought the book was magnificent cool. Who is your favorite woman leader? Well it's hard not to say Ruth Bader GINSBURG In this city she is remarkable for her personal leadership professional leadership and her passion for the arts. But I would say madeleine. Albright is a close second. I love it. I saw all the movies in their terrific. Let me put the Kennedy Center into perspective with a few factories for anybody who doesn't know this. It hosts over two million visitors a year with over twenty two hundred performances each year that I had no idea over. Four hundred of them are free by the way. If you WANNA come come on down and it serves about one point. Four million students per year and has programs around the country as well so let me dive into it this way. How does the Kennedy Center choose which performances to host or produce? Because I would imagine you could do seven times. Well it would be hard because there are only three hundred sixty five days a year and there are a few of those days that are more challenging. I will tell you it's harder to program on Super Bowl Sunday than it is on Christmas Day Which is not something. Most people would think about So the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is the nation's cultural center and I say that because many people either don't know or forget that and when I came to the center I really took that responsibility seriously and I with my colleagues thought hard about whether or not we were really fulfilling the mandate to be the National Cultural Center. Which for me and my colleagues means not just the three big three four big art forms that people think of in these big performing arts centers so beyond Theatre Opera Symphony Orchestra Ballet Dance. How do you really fulfill the mandate to serve all of our country and all of the performing arts to all of our country and so as a result we have added quite a bit in terms of what we produce what we present here as well? When I came here we already had a very successful Jazz Program Chamber Music We have colleagues who present in the community from the community here at the center as well and our international festivals have been always a big draw. But we knew that there were art forms and artists. That didn't feel that they had a home here at the center so it was really over the the this period of time that we've been expanding the variety of programming that we have give us an example so we have a director of hip hop and artistic director and also a program director of hip hop. We had when I first came here. We were presenting three or four comedy shows a year and of course Mark Twain Prize which everybody knows so. Well now we do about seventy of those each year and I would say increasingly the program that is Really the most exciting is the art form that you can't describe it's the one that's the blend of hip hop theater or music and dance. That might be nontraditional in presentation format so it is those sort of boundary genre just breaking art forms that are really the ones that changing the way people think about the Kennedy Center as well. And that's what creativity is about. Right is is stretching the boundaries. Creating breaking them down really creative. People are a unique breed. We're curious for energetic. We also can be quixotic. And frankly edgy and just odd right. Not everyone can manage creative people successfully. You seem to be a master of it. You've done it your whole career in arts manager Performing Arts Management and you obviously managed a huge team. Here what do you think is unique about managing creative people? And what recommendations would you give to any manager business leader? Who wants to manage for creativity manage creative people? I think probably the most important one is to being a good listener and listen for understanding compassion and beyond the most immediate Definition of how an artist or an individual's describing what they're thinking about and I say that I'm not a very patient person. If you asked anybody around me you would say well. Patients is not a virtue of Deborah Rutter. But I in the case of when I'm engaging with creative people I listen and wait for deeper understanding of what they're trying to communicate and what they're trying to achieve I do not make snap opinions about an artist's idea. In fact I think many of my colleagues would love made make faster decisions or brush aside an idea or accept another idea faster but I think you need to allow an artist and their idea unfold and further develop and for other than to offer ideas and ways to expand on. Whatever that creative spark might be I I think that comes from my own little bit of insecurity of do. I really understand what they're trying to do. Why are they trying to do that? We have I missed something and so it is a process of waiting and letting it. An idea simmer An and not having prejudged opinion about what's going to be good or not. I think also you have to give up a little bit of control in that process and so I find that people who need to know the shape of package need to know the length of the project need to know you know what the final outcome is going to be will never be as good at pulling out the potential of an artist or creative individual as one who is willing to let it just unfold and so while I am not in a patient person. I actually understand that the process of developing an idea takes time. It doesn't happen on a specific time schedule. Always but that if you can give an artist space and time or create any creative individual because there are plenty of creative individuals would not say that they're artists if you give them the space to really develop their ideas it will be much better one at the end and that we can all sort of jump on the bandwagon and go with. I'll give you a really good example. When Renee Fleming was invited by myself to come and be an artistic partner. She came into sort of a planning meeting with me and then subsequent meetings with colleagues with sheets and sheets of ideas she. She is amazing. It coming up with all kinds of thoughts and processes aware. She grabbed this idea. Where did this project come from and I listened and I thought Oh my Gosh. This is almost too many really great ideas. What are we going to do but by having multiple conversations with her and then having that conversation with others as well we realized that there was the potential of something really monumental that we could do uniquely here in Washington DC and with Renee Fleming and ultimately it was about having multiple conversations and then she sat next to Francis Collins Director of the National Institutes of Health at a dinner party and they were talking about it and he too said Oh. My Gosh this is really extraordinary. And because we allowed this idea to simmer and percolate and talk with other people about it we eventually created a program called sound health and it is a project that had its early beginnings here at the center in a very small way with the concerts at the NIH with the National Symphony Orchestra but it has now grown over these years to be a movement around the study of the impact of music on the brain. The National Institutes of health are now investing quite significantly in research in this area. We have a partner in the National Endowment for the arts. We're looking at extending that partnership and we've been doing national programs. Rene takes this program whenever she goes anywhere on tour and it has become a really important part of the Kennedy Center and it all came out of this conversation with her amongst a list of many ideas that she had that said. I think there's something about arts and wellness that I think we should be studying and I thought how in the world are we gonNa do this or are we going to be selling candles aromatherapy candles at the gift shop. What is this going to be? And if I had at that moment said not really are deal. It would never have come to this place where we're doing something that is so important for our country not let alone having some understanding of the importance of music and brain health and brain development. Does that make sense? It's perfect actually and there's so many things come to mind one is The the audio that is related to getting good sleep now as well and also. I'm actually thinking of people who have who are on the autism spectrum who may not do as well with words but respond well to the arts She's brilliant. I adore her And so I. I love that you didn't. You didn't let the overwhelm shut you down having you know when you've reached that point of what's your criteria that sounds like you don't actually have a checklist. Fortunately but what Wyche how do you? How can you tell when you arrived at that? Cool idea that ties it all together or that. You're going to move forward with well. I think this is the fundamental concept of an artist. Which is that. A true artist is never fully satisfied. They're always searching. They're always looking for the right next thing and have we done enough and is this right. That's about personal growth. That's about curiosity that's about ongoing investment of creativity and so It's hard to answer that question without falling back on that but I will say that it is There is always that moment. The tipping point that moment when you say a. Ha this actually is resonating with other people as well And I have some really great colleagues on my staff here. Who will come listen to an idea? And then ask a million questions so that you can further refine define and improve on your ideas so that it actually can go further when we were developing the reach..

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"john f. kennedy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"john f. kennedy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Slack the application of the business world a kind of mega size chat room for entire companies or groups we use it a blaze innovative vacation that has unexpectedly advanced medicine put this program on the air today here's the thing can we stop complaining about what we don't know the sister doing what we do now do what we are supposed to do be the people we were born to be you know we're born at this time because quite honestly we're special souls we were born here with everything that we need and all the equipment we need to be able to take mankind into a more free state into a better place and at the end of this chaos after we have buried hopefully not too many of our friends or loved ones the corona virus will have advanced technology by five years that's an awe inspiring achievement in twenty twenty if I may quote John F. Kennedy but both sides seek to invoke the wonders of science instead of its terrors together let us explore the stars conquer the desert's a radic hate disease tap the ocean depths and encourage the arts and commerce remember as we trudge forward as we spend the next few days and weeks confined in our homes staring out at eight increasingly motionless world remember that everything we do none the less it is advancing ma'am man is either retreating or advancing and Americans I have always chosen to advance what.

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"john f. kennedy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"john f. kennedy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hi Chris in the United States yeah John F. Kennedy may god bless this and all who sail in her a few months back Caroline Kennedy christened the ship in honor of her late father these kinds of ceremonies are becoming more frequent after decades of decline the navy's fleet is on the rise this year is expected to top three hundred warships and it's aiming for a much larger number three fifty five should goals more than a goal what's in the law it was in the authorization bill several years ago and was a stated goal of the president when he ran for election in twenty sixteen that's Thomas Moseley the acting secretary of the navy warships can come with jaw dropping price tags the eleven hundred foot long one hundred thousand turned Kennedy for example costs more than thirteen billion dollars and for mostly paying for a lot more ships is a challenge that's what we're trying to figure out right now but when you look at the size of the flea right now it where it was four years ago we were at two hundred seventy five ships so getting to a fleet of three fifty five is going to require a significantly higher top line that's a thirty percent increase in the size of sleep but I don't think it's reasonable for us to ask for a thirty percent more top line it's just not enough money to go around a defense to be able to find out mostly says he's confident the navy can get they are but says it will have to get some additional funding and chew ships the cost for us however it decides to reach three hundred and fifty five there's one especially influential person who wants it to happen our navy is now the smaller suspend since believe it or not World War one don't worry going to soon be the largest it's been that was president trump back in twenty seventeen on his own visit to Newport news the navy's goal for fleet size had been more modest mark can't see and is with the center for strategic and International Studies the navy's previous target had been three hundred eight ships but after trump won the election they couldn't have a target that was below with the now president elect was recommending so the navy did a quick for structure analysis and came up with three hundred fifty five ships can't see and once led the office of management and budget's division that focused on the defense budget and acquisitions he says it's unclear exactly how large the fleet really should be I think is a strong argument that the navy needs to be larger if the United States wants to execute the strategy that it has pursued since the late Obama administration and then into the trump administration that is a global superpower that is engaged in Europe in the Middle East and in the Pacific also that is going to engage in a long term competition with Russia and China doing those two things takes all large navy now whether that needs to be three hundred fifty five ships or not there isn't a lot of analysis there mostly though is focused on that three hundred and fifty five number and that would mean integrating into that week some ships that cost less require fewer people to man them and also help with our overall strategy as having distributed maritime operations with more ships out there in the fleet he says the navy can not only reached three hundred and fifty five but do it ahead of schedule and without even counting.

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"john f. kennedy" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"john f. kennedy" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Martinez la it's going to be easy I feel like John F. Kennedy said that Hey look at we're going to the moon not because it's easy but because it's hard and where to get this country back on track not because it's easy because it is hard we're fighting these prevailing forces and they're becoming more and more evident bless you try to fool yourself I mean clear eight what's going on it makes you wonder you know like the conversation we just had with Stephen Strang you know from charisma media if Donald Trump had not been elected what would we not know how much deeper would be would we be covered in my newer and be more and more you know starting to form in look like mushrooms is we were continued to cat be kept in the dark and fed all this manure thank you very much mainstream media and other outlets that just wanted us to stay blind boxed and banking but you know god wouldn't have it that way for us thank god and now we know more and more every day about the truth John one dollar joins us and John's former FBI agent and I want to talk to his pass expertise in regard to F. B. I. N. courses with understanding the threat and we're also going to cover the jihadi attack in Pensacola and what's going on again John is continue to be faithful to warn us about the clear and present danger it's no longer existential it's within our gates it's within the boundaries of the United States of America whatever boundaries remain but before we get into that I do want to address some F. B. I. issues and you know and get into his expertise about what we've been told with his recent IG report John welcome to show good to have you with us thank you very much great to be back with you bill one John four we get into as I mentioned the jihadi attack in Pensacola IG Horowitz said presented his report I had maintained early on and warned our audience I said look at you got to understand who or which is in and and I think he's cut from the same garment similar garment is James call me in terms that he's an institution guy he's looking to preserve the institution of the FBI he is not going to Radley presented in a bad light and that was clear with some of the early leaks it was clear based on his summary and making it seem that what the FBI did was you know just kind of like a minor offense but yet for what the FBI did earlier under you know the Miller campaign Mike Flynn says something and that one FBI agents that well it's it's not that big a deal but and Weissman said no we're going to make it a big deal and we're gonna say that he lied and we're going to we're going to convict him you know for that the sad life as we interpret it and they held the the elder speak to the fire that yet we cannot use that same standard when it comes to the FBI somehow it's you know kind of a minor mistake what what's all this about well I I think we could take everything you're Askin and summarize it there were a couple people congressman Jim Jordan senator Ted Cruz and others ask very clear question and Mister Horowitz answered them very clearly am I getting this right with a line of questioning that the FBI altered camper good evidence OR eight in front of the FISA court knowingly in order to unlawfully Israel a presidential Canada United States do we have that correct and the IG said yes on all counts well now this is something you and I talked about a long time ago with the stall first started buzzing and we talked about if you recall about how the FISA process works and the very significant level of detail that it takes to get a prize application from an agent Littlefield through FBI headquarters department of justice including usually start off by the FBI director the Attorney General or his designate and and get it in front of a fire the judge so we now know that the FBI director the deputy director and the assistant director for counter intelligence in the FBI knowingly allow a five application the equivalent of a a criminal affidavit in the criminal side but obviously sizes different to go before a judge knowing that evidence have been tampered with and that the what was in the files a report was untrue and then it was the re applications were continually submitted on several times with the FBI director knowing that and now he's out Indian TV and in order to to all of this he is openly lied openly on numerous occasions about all of this and the one thing I want to leave with your listeners is this what we're witnessing right now is very clearly a coup attempt by a political party working in league with the marches in common as both inside and outside the United States and possibly the Republican Party and its leadership is truly like this like a political circus instead of acts of war against the government of the United States which is exactly what this says exactly and to me that's the problem these people that were talking that you're talking about our treasonous institutions and the fact that the Senate leadership Mitch McConnell an agent of the Chinese government we can talk about that later right which these lights are brought out in his book great secret and requires it this guy the fact that it's even it's going to go to a vote show you that the attorneys around the president are not looking out for the president nor the looking out for the constitution of the well being of the Republic the Solicitor General should be before the Supreme Court saying there is not a shred of evidence this is exactly what the founders of the federalist papers warned about an abuse of power of Congress against a sitting president you need to shut this down now but but none of this is being discussed in my professional opinion in the round that it should be there in the in the perspective of what's actually going on this is truly bomb shell which you just reported in what you just stated right now I mean it's been said Jerome Corsi you've said it before I've said it other experts have come on the show have said this is nothing short of a coup but you are more definitive in your statement that I've heard you ever before.

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"john f. kennedy" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"john f. kennedy" Discussed on WTVN

"Coast happy veterans day those of you who have served in our armed forces those of you who are serving as well as John F. Kennedy once said as we express our gratitude we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words but to live by them thank you for bravely doing what you've called on to do so we can safely do what were free to do some amazing quote as we traditionally do on veterans day here we play a little bit of the songs of our military Daniel Brinkley standing by in a moment here's thanks to the army there you go army my dad served in the army that was for you to dad how the navy.

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"john f. kennedy" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"john f. kennedy" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Will be clarified people can order compatibility reports on our website, and as long as you have months day in year month day and year time and place, then that will give people a good snapshot of beginning to understand what's going on with. Chart you can get a really specific. What's called the compatibility as friends or lovers? There's also something called paddock goes where we can actually chart the relationship. Not just how they're into relating. But it's got sophisticated enough in the last ten fifteen years what is their relationship, which is different from how they relate to each other. It's very sophisticated now. Indeed, it is and we got a minute before the break, Mark. And then we'll come back and take final phone calls with you of everything you've done astrologically. What what one thing for you has been the most satisfying that you've done. And your entire courier is one thing that stands out that you said, I'm glad I'm an astrologer. This is what I was foremost thing that I studied more than anything else is John F Kennedy, and what happened on November twenty second nineteen sixty three the most positive thing. The most positive is learning. Why I love sports. Why I grew up in New York where I had all that access to sports was able to experience it and how sports and numbers are the bedrock of astrology. It all came from sports. George favorite baseball team. Don't ask me. I'm from New York. It's the Yankees, isn't it? Well, I love the Mets to all right. Interesting. Yeah. Any Super Bowl predictions. No, not not yet. I want to see if if the eagles actually get further along than they are maybe the eagles and Rams who knows we're gonna come back in a moment and take final calls with Mark Lerner on coast to coast AM, always on your phone, then you'll be happy to know. The coast website is now optimized for mobile users, just point your iphone or Android browser to coast to coast AM dot com and enjoy. Do you wanna learn how to get started.

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"john f. kennedy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:11 min | 3 years ago

"john f. kennedy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Him than anything it meant freedom. I remember John saying that when he was flying away from paparazzi, he was in command Jackie had a very genuine see that her son would die in an airplane crash because of all the other Kennedys that had perished that way. And she hit a cream Nisshin that he would die that way. If Jackie was alive. He would not have pursued getting his pilot's license, but she has died. So he was really trying to avoid people like yourself. Gumshoe report you do stand up reports from all venues all over the world. But especially things that involved people like the Kennedy's people of. Yes, political and social significant. Well, yeah. And I, you know at the time I was based out of the Miami bureau for FOX, but I was up here on a little mini vacation. And I got a phone call. I gone out the night before with Keith Olbermann of of all things on a date that didn't last. What will happen? I know. I know I know you was actually I mean, he was he was fine. He didn't seem like he was a wacko now. Now now, he didn't manage to pray went up to read either read I grill up there on the Carnegie Hall. No is it was fun. But I had had a few drinks. So then I and I was staying at a hotel the paramount hotel. Remember I woke up in the morning, my phone is buzzing buzzing, and it was my friend. Sharon, who was the assignment editor over at Fox News. And she said, I know that you're up here. She goes, I know you're on vacation. But we need you John F. Kennedy juniors plane is missing we need you. And I said, oh, you can't make my head is throbbing. But I the next thing. I knew I'm going out meeting. A crew we went out to bridgehampton we're outside of Caroline Kennedy's the compound there. I know it was our crew CNN all the everybody. We're all lined up there. Oh, my God that just the screaming and the ranting and raving of the locals who were just pissed that we were there. I mean, the things that they were just screaming, and it was it was her. I felt I felt awful. I just I could not stand that feeling, but it was just really really sad to watch. You know, family members were going in and out of the compound, and we still just didn't know what was going on. And it was a such sad story. You know, and he really did he had such charm. He was so handsome. I don't know that he would have been able to run for president. I don't know that he had the, you know, the intellectual capacity to handle something like that. Then again. Well, I don't wanna get it anyway. But you were at the compound in the Hampton Hamptons. Yeah. Okay. I was at the compound down in Palm Beach, which all the Kennedys would end up a squad at right on the water not far from rush Limbaugh's compound down. There. Just throw away. They call that the Kennedy family compound, and I was down there at the time that William Kennedy Smith. Oh, yes. The nephew of John F Kennedy, and obviously related to John F Kennedy, jR, which charged with weight of a girl he had met and naturally the. Kennedy's. Like, he always do circle the wagons. She's innocent. So I told the guardian angels down there 'cause we all in West Palm Beach Sika right over there. Over the causeway. Yeah. No security at all. Juliette? What the Kennedy compound this garage right there off the main drag you could roll right up. I walked into the compound stop hitting the Kennedys had the guardian. Angels in Boston. They were guardian angel fans. Oh, yeah. So you in the common? Okay. Well, then I mean, I'm sure they had security looking at you just slow. I didn't see any security, and they asked what are you here for Kurdish? I said to run a demonstration against William Ken. They were screaming invectives at me. 'cause you know, most of them were drunk. Eleven o'clock in the morning drunk, the lushes. Well, I don't think that's very fair to say all of them are. I mean, I know that they've had struggles with with substances. They've been really given a lotta slack. They have been given a second. Ted Kennedy himself, obviously with a Chappaquiddick situation that was insane. But but the whole JFK thing that was just that was such a sad story, and you know, even more so because Caroline, his wife and her sister and Qian Caroline at the time. Were they were having. They were having some major trouble. You know, they they had agreed because the sister Caroline. Caroline's sister had agreed to come with them to go to this event family wedding, Lauren came with them that was the whole reason that Caroline agreed to do this, and you know, the plane. Wasn't a reckless behavior on hedge funds. Yeah. I think I think they have determined that it was reckless behavior. He was doing he. Well, I mean Montlucon talk about this because he was a pilot at one point, right? Come on. Come any mine deluge. We can tap into your expert your error nautical expertise Audi MacArthur, field, not far from Ronkonkoma. Oh, he's flying drones around all the time. So he's our 'aeronautics boy man as he comes in the studio, so champ cage junior. It was it was the weather was not and he was using his instrument or he wasn't using his instruments. Right. How how does that whole thing? You were explaining to us. So what is the dashboard of the airplane? I wouldn't say I was a pirate. Well, then whatever expert about you just want to clarify for the audience coming screaming at me when I was in high school, junior senior I flew for for these programs on the afternoons. When other kids were doing biology. I was out flying airplanes at Republic and Farmingdale. So I had about twenty five hours under my belt. Now, what you guys referring to Israel Israel is where you fly strictly with instruments in the cockpit. And it's called like the six pack of instruments, you're altitude airspeed all that kind of stuff to techno. But like when you're training. I haven't done this. I didn't get that far, but you will wear goggles as you're flying in the cockpit. Where now you're just looking at instrument and looking outside, right? That's flying just by instruments visual flight rule via far exactly what you just look at your visual. So apparently, I mean, I don't know much of the story. But. He wasn't bell versed in the instrument flight role. Now in terms of yourself. You're in what year of high school when you were practicing junior high school, what are you preparing the fly prop lanes in a shelter island and dropped off badge marijuana cocaine which was talking about you can't any came across the ferry down. Down the east east the Long Island into the shitty. That's not what you were doing. Propylene stood fly in shelter island that I do not know. Oh. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Let's go to tear us been patiently waiting on the line here from bayside. Welcome the Curtis and Juliet Huddy on WABC, Jerry, Ted Kennedy's yours. Seventy year old who still spring break that good show. Juliet is one hot chicks. You should be on TV. Listen, there's an old saying amongst all pilots. There are many good young pilots that there are no, bed or pilots. This guy JFK was not qualified fly at night like you say instruments, basically, folks, it's if you're flying blind full day. Yeah. He could not fly night and the water maybe two hundred miles an hour up the whole family, they had a younger sister to who still watch we wiped out the family their family. Oh, yeah. Well, that's another controversy. Because apparently after they found the bodies of Carolyn and Lauren's bodies, they were near the fuselage it, you know, in the in the in the ocean there, and they found him still strapped in to the plane. But apparently afterwards there was a real kind of nastiness from the Kennedy family towards Carolyn Lawrence parents on you as far as burying Caroline with Kennedy. Caroline shouldn't have received the same sort of pomp and circumstance type of goodbye as John F Kennedy junior. It was a real ugly situation. More and more about this show called Kennedy myth that affecting were very nasty people and often times they would strike out over simple things, and they consider themselves royalty. Tree. I mean, look they call Camelot they they are they are referred to as America's loyalty. I understand the significance. You know, I was at the assassination revised Shaw. We'll JFK Jane you. We all watch TV. We will all in morning. It was a horror a real shonda real horror. But boy, this lack these Kennedy's got over the years over and over and over. Yeah. For something that was so dangerous. So incredibly dangerous. Yeah. And I think ABC's getting a little flak because it sounds as though again, I didn't see the documentary or the special on JFK juniors last days. But it sounds as though they might have whitewashed quite a bit. How often have we seen that happen whenever it comes to the Kennedys? And now sometimes when it comes to the Clintons. Vision is of a history when any way you were there for different circumstance. I bum rushed into the compound in Palm Beach. You like that kind of stuff? Jake Thompson Boston. What are you doing here? I'm running a protest outside he against William Kennedy Smith. You happened with that? I can't remember he wasn't convicted went away went away like everything else with the Kennedy went away. I remember watching that on TV. Oh, yeah. That was riveting stuff. Yeah. Let me tell you sound. I grew up with the image. Camelot did my parents fed me and disappointment after disappointment. After dish appointment, followed. WABC.

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"john f. kennedy" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"john f. kennedy" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"Pregnant I'm trying to trying to comfort her and and then that night they had scheduled in the auditorium that I'm sitting in as I am reading this yearbook. Was John F Kennedy was on the second page of the of the yearbook and brought back the emotion of that evening. They had they had some kind of a play or some kind of a musical that night after the day of this assignation, and we felt we needed we needed to go. And we did. And it was so somber I can I can walk into that auditorium. I it put me back to to to that time. And and that was such an emotional experience. And then after that, they they had set up at the house we lived on which was about a half a mile from where the high school was on wheezy an avenue down in Perry's Berg, and so they took us down. And they had told the couple that lived in the house that we were gonna come by. And they came out, and they were so nice. And and we. Talked and found out that they had lived in that house the couple that lives there. Now had lived in that house before we moved in one thousand nine hundred sixty two and then they they'd sold the house. We were the first renters to the new owners of the house, so they moved away, and then eventually came back and have lived in the house for years and years and years and years, and so then we got to talk about you know, the garage, and we can see the park and those great memories. And then the she asked me if light to go through the house and walked into the house, and I remember John being born into Lido the living room. Remember, where the couch was and I remember my parents in Jackie's parents hold and John when he came home from the hospital, and the pictures that we have now where the television was you know, we're all the different rooms were and then into the kitchen where I got. Into very seldom. I didn't spend much time into kitchen. Jackie same kind of lay out the master bedroom. And then there was a bedroom where John and Jim both slept in. When Jim was when Jim was born in that December. And it just a memories it just poured out things that I had totally forgotten and reconnected with and it was such a such an emotional type type of experience, and that was in nineteen sixty two that we went back to Perry's. And then that night went down to bowling green and Dwight Perry field and had a chance to watch a football game. And some of our teammates were back that we played within sixty. So it was a fantastic day. I really appreciate know channel seven in Toledo setting this up in inviting us down because it it really really good for me. And as I say some fantastic memories where we're relived, and you happen to be there because you talking. Years at your there during some of the some very significant years in our country's history. So the history of your memories down there in being intertwined with the JFK, the news and his nation. Just it's like, I'm sure if I started asking you about where you were a few years later nine hundred sixty eight you'll talk about your jobs there and probably where you were when different things happen. There's certain events in major events in our lives that happened and you happen to be in Perez. Berg Ohio down there. There were three take away football. And you know, the experiences in football, but in a life there were three that I really really resonates with me and one of them..

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"john f. kennedy" Discussed on The View

The View

06:04 min | 3 years ago

"john f. kennedy" Discussed on The View

"John and Caroline set where wildly attractive couple. And he was a hunk. Ci was stunning when John and Caroline would walk into an event the entire place would stop its closest that we came to royalty. Tonight on ABC a picture of John F Kennedy, jR, you've never seen before he was under a lot of pressure as a candidate the amount of 'paparazzi or ridiculous. Graph. It was taking a toll on the relationship. The flying for him was freed of dots. The only time they were ever. Well, I was midnight. And the phone rang. I just knew John F Kennedy junior and his wife his plane is missing insys heartbreaking. He was the last glimmer of the fantasy. He was the last prince interviews close friends into new details. Rare video the last days of John F Kennedy junior tonight at nine eight central on ABC. Hunting a man in Florida learned the hard way that you cannot judge somebody by their sides and a bystander caught him on video to Manding straw. See in this particular city, the straws they say, you cannot have the storms out they cannot have access to them. Okay. So the straws put away so the man one from Donald's employ, and it just went out of control watch this clip. Hey. Yup. So. Message to guys. You don't wanna put your hands on people because this girl is not playing with any. That is that's the biggest thing that I took from this. You don't know who you are dealing with do not put your hands on people 'cause you will get behind beat. She beat him. She. All that thing usually I don't like seeing fights. But that made me happy because I. People assume that e could you see how he grabbed it was here that that was so he was drunk. Here's home. It was. But but to look at you can't do that. And he like pulled her what I when I when I look I know I actually when I looked into it further. I learned that she had had a baby two months before. She's I think four eleven yes. Tiny girl was work working to support her child. What was shocking to me was that the men around didn't how her more lead them? She. This is. What you say is that you cannot assume. Yeah. Take care of themselves true because which all top and in the last couple years women. And what that was funny to me is they couldn't get. They couldn't get her off him. I was surprised hit like jump on him on a gun anywhere in this country, but not a straw. Tomorrow, the Rina's act was fundamental attack on a man's manhood. In throw it out the window. Amy robot has a sneak preview of the Bobbitt's love her twenty twenties new special about one of the most notorious cases in American history, including a brand new interview with John Wayne Bobbitt people understand the story. This is a one minute topic. Cambridge dictionary announced the word of the for twenty eight teen is no no phone Afolabi. Noguchi's whatever gnome of which is the fear or worry of being without your mobile phone or. Talking about and able to use it. I think it's very pro choice to the times limit. Yeah. Everybody got their phone with them. What we do joy has two and sunny, the watch the fog, I got this from C for Christmas. Oh, yes. I got candy. I'm okay being without my phone. Yeah. I'm okay with I mean, because I feel like if you go to the bathroom people take their phones with that's not what you're supposed to be doing in there. You can't walk into gum at the same time. Oh. If you're in their worrying about who's calling me on my having poop it now when you're gone scrabble doing scrambling solitaire scrabble. We love to watch show. Have a great day. Take a little time to enjoy the view all of you. From ABC. This is no limits. Even from the beginning all of us for saying this is so important. I'm your host, Rebecca Jarvis. And each week. We're taking an honest look at success, and how to get there with the boldest most influential women in the world, I said, I am a working mother. And I'm here to tell you how to do it. What happened after that is very long story to tell vulnerabilities actually a strength. You could hear new episodes of no limits every week on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast app.

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