19 Burst results for "John Fitzgerald Kennedy"

Biden to nominate Samantha Power to lead foreign aid agency

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:04 min | 4 months ago

Biden to nominate Samantha Power to lead foreign aid agency

"Lester Munson We learned moments ago from what I think is the most important signal from the nation Biden administration that they will take John Fitzgerald Kennedy's U. S aid program. Which has been a political football for 50 60 years, and they will restructure it and elevate it to a white House position was Samantha Power. What is President elect Biden signaling Well for the folks who follow foreign assistance issues and soft power and, uh, these kind of more obscure aspects of American diplomacy. It's terrific news that the power is ISA Force. She's an intellectual powerhouse. I'm not saying she's right about every single issue, but she's dynamic. She's interesting. She's going to bring a lot of energy and verve to what has been frankly, a sleepy agency in the U. S government. I think it's a huge opportunity for President Biden. To make a difference around the world, particularly the developing world, A place where we haven't really been present for the last

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"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on So What? Who Cares!

So What? Who Cares!

04:53 min | 6 months ago

"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on So What? Who Cares!

"The well-deserved which they treated as their permanent home in sailed for two years around the pacific in sea of cortez in two thousand and four they decided to sell their yacht and set up home in newport harbor to be closer to their grandchildren. Their advertisement of the sale of the yacht was answered in november. Why are these all november. I know by schuyler de leon the power enter schuyler dylan the liliane. The couple was initially cautious of schuyler but became more receptive when he brought his then pregnant wife jennifer and their other child to a meeting. The hawks were last seen alive. On the morning of november fifteenth two thousand four handing out of the harbor so that these are both november things. Right and that's yesterday's the art return but they did not their bodies have still not been found so the investigation gets underway. Here we go. Police started looking into the couple's disappearance and then on november twenty six. Two thousand four attempt was made to access the hawks bank account from mexico. The family was notified and filed a missing person report with the police department. Three days later the police interviewed schuyler. He told him that he had bought the boat from the hawks and showed them proof of purchase documents. He stated to the police that the hawks left in their car with his money. He denied being their car. In named alonzo mccain a former correctional officer that he had met while in jail for burglary as witness to the purchase. This is what. I don't get the reason he bought the boat. He claimed that he was intending to launder money. Related to an armed burglary in two thousand two for which he had been convicted. So he was trying to launder money back to that. So he did the cops. He was laundering. Money in march two thousand and five mccain confessed to the crime and was arrested in connection with the couple's disappearance along with schuyler his wife and another man named john fitzgerald kennedy who was Insane crips gang member in long beach in former youth pastor. He is an ex convict for attempted murder and he was recruited that day to help with the murder. God there was also another former insane. Crips gang member Myron sandra gardner senior. He was also an ex convict of involuntary manslaughter as well and he met Schuyler on the day of his release from prison. Wow he did not participate in the crime but he introduced schuyler to john fitzgerald kennedy. That's how that comes into play while there's moving parts here. Kennedy pleaded not guilty in schuyler initially maintained his innocence as well claiming that he was not present at the time and that the couple were killed over a drug deal gone bad course so the trials authorities alleged that during a c. test in newport beach harbor a few days after meeting the hawks schuyler and the three accomplices but chain gardner and kennedy bound and gagged the couple and threw them overboard..

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"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

The Sheepdog Project

05:30 min | 9 months ago

"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

"Think it is I don't think it serves anything and. Again. This you know were were in the perfect storm right now with everything that's going on, and then it be on top of that it being an election year so. This is I'm I'm so over twenty twenty, I'm I'm ready for it to finish show. Speaking to finish up were we're about out of time man, but I wanted you to get a chance to anything you want clothes on and also I one hundred percent want you to plug your book. Well, I think I think in closing I'd just. Like to say that that we all need to maintain the idea of guardianship And and I think I, think your show here and what you post online. And on facebook offers US opportunities to get out of the basic tribalism and become more enlightened informed ourselves, educate ourselves with objective information. No matter where it comes from and survey allow that balance to come to play in your own life instead of taking a staunch of political position I, really WANNA see us come out of this as one team in one fine on. 'cause it's going in a really really bad direction and you know, let's start out. By reaching out to somebody today, we're not sure what they believe in and love? Him. Be. Absolutely courteous to them and considerate of them showed some empathy for people who may not understand what we do instead of isolating them, judging them, criticizing them in ridiculing them. So it has to start somewhere and if we're really guardians and we have to be the stronger ones here, and maybe maybe empathy is better avenue than what we've been taken. Alone, that sounds fluffy. I'm sorry. But I'm willing to try anything. Will, because we're headed in such a bad direction. I could never see it come. Yeah. No, I don't think it sounds fluffy I. think it sounds accurate. On, a percent man. Well, we spent our time judging other people. For things, we don't know or don't understand, but but but we still have such absent commonalities in this country, and then let's focus on that for once. Tell everybody about your book and where they can find it. Well the book is called Conquer Anything Green Berets Guide to building your eighteen. I had to give it a little credibility. So I got Oliver North to write an endorsement on the pack. Have to have a marine if anybody's GONNA, trust it. Right. A. General Mohamed wrote the foreword for it and I was honored this perspective on leadership. He was so humble to recall his I as a lieutenant taking over petunias in the jungle. It was there was no morale. No happiness, and he's like, Oh, if someone's GonNa lead I guess it has to be me. But I wanted to I wanted to demystify out of What allows special operations personnel to develop clear thinking. Planning decision making and building a real eighteen because it's not even military stuff that makes it work. It's human when it comes down to and we're all human all of its relatable, and you don't have to go to war to pick up things. That help, and so our lessons learned from the battlefield can be just that, and so I wanted to be that it's not a beat on your chest war story. It doesn't start off seeing that I knew I was awesome at a young age and I could do things. Other people couldn't do know I matured and I failed it almost everything and I didn't even start figuring out how to be a good green beret into my time was over. And that's sad to me so. I, I, think, maybe you couldn't put it in words till the end. But again, it's your green beret was the ticket to ride and it is the journey, not the destination. So and and the thing is every one of us who's worn that hat has had a similar journey. from being the new guy in the team that didn't know his ass from a hole in the ground to the guy who other team members were coming to at the at the as he wound down. Saying, Hey, man, this is this is how you need to fuck yourself You know, and it's, but it's only in retrospect like you said, it's only in retrospect that you appreciate that journey. Right. Right, we're in need of leadership and we've got to glean those lessons learned and sharing with everybody. and. Be More inspirational by making ourselves small, not creating legend around ourselves. Absolutely. Absolutely. We'll brother. Thank you for being on. You're welcome back anytime anytime. Anytime, you have a hot topic, you WanNa talk about you just reach out to me and we'll crank up the microphone and make it happen. Again, I'm so proud of you. Thanks for having me. Thank you, brother. I'm GonNA closed today with you know talking about leadership and talking about legends. I'M GONNA. Close. Today with a quote from John Fitzgerald Kennedy who said. Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try. Remember that everybody in until next time live life like a warrior..

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"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"His early morning raids tweets. This morning clearly displeased with a brand new head to head polling from Fox News and our latest numbers show. Donald trump losing to every single one of his likely twenty twenty Democrats that includes very next guest center listeners. Learn who joins me live from down the road in Columbia South Carolina Senator? It's great to have you. Thank you the polling Fox News had had you beating the president had to head. I also poll today. That was striking to me. It was a CNN. Pull out of Texas state of Texas and it had tied with Donald Trump in Texas. And then if you look into that Fox News. Poll that same one you ask. Democrats do you think this person can beat Donald Trump. You were all the way down at thirty seven percent with Bernie Sanders at sixty five percent and Joe Biden fifty-six percent so there is a delta between how you are pulling against Donald Trump and how democratic voters perceive. You would do against him in a general. What do you attribute that to look? There is always a difference between who do you think is would make the best president and get out. And who do you want to vote for? And how do you think everybody else may be thinking about this? We've been through this before in nineteen sixty people said. A Catholic can't win but the Democratic Party stepped up and said we're going to nominate John Fitzgerald Kennedy and look what happened. He beat the Republican in two thousand eight people. Said Oh my gosh. An African American man can't win but the Democratic Party said we are better than that we stepped up and he won and in two thousand twenty. There are folks who still say. Oh my gosh. I'm not sure a woman can win but I think it's time for the Democratic Party to say we are better than that step up and I will be Donald Trump. There's a super PAC.

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"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on KTRH

"Frances Sinatra born in Hoboken New Jersey on this day fifteen yeah and guess what growth is much as it pains you to consider it your grandparents the next day in nineteen sixty three rank goes there are no less than a month after his assassination the fastest selling album ever moving four million units in six days John fitzgerald Kennedy a memorial album contains speeches by Kennedy and news reports from the days after he was killed see before you to you stamp something into an hour will people rushed out bought it on this day in nineteen seventy at a doors concert in New Orleans Van Morrison performs live the last time his final song is an abbreviated version of light my fire which he cut short in frustration as drugs and alcohol taken their toll die on July third nineteen seventy one and you know where on this day in nineteen eighty one I know I know you on this day in nineteen eighty one at a journey concert in San Francisco the lead singer Rick Perry brings up members of the forty Niners football team we were in the audience and introduces them as the next Super Bowl champions his prediction would come true as the forty Niners beat the Cincinnati Bengals and super bowls sixteen and thank god they did otherwise we have to hear Chris Collinsworth every Sunday introduced as Superbowl champion the product flashes right on this day in two thousand eleven the Jewish reggae star Mahdi side you shaves his beard that I pronounce that right Chad she has had for sixteen years like cloud he gives the shaving a Manhattan super cuts as he doesn't own a razor many of his fans are thrown for a loop he explains that losing the beard does not mean he is abandoning two days senator Ted.

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"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"The pizza's coming yet to him a bunch of soda right after the order in and also make sure that everybody nobody else gets soda and that everybody knows that he's going to use the bathroom. He goes Trevor three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven times. There's not like a p version of laxative. Is there probably is probably like dangerous. I mean, laxatives dehydrate you pretty bad laxative or p fever. I mean, both of them. I guess. Yeah. Sand sands dehydrating maybe it's just saying that he can put in there. This conditionally. And yet, I mean, we're at the pale. Should I answer? It. Nervous. You know? So he's calling Hello complete to everything industry's, Tim speaking. Doesn't. And I think that might be sully. Who's this? Who's calling gab mask who's calling please? This is the president, John Fitzgerald Kennedy. This is the JFK? case. I was colloquially known. It's great to hear from you again. We've been hearing from a lot of ex-presidents this week. It's been real honor. And and you're the first one who's kind of you know, you've you've been by the studio a few times this is actually relevant to the show. I think yeah. I love the show. I've always been by the show. Gotta love the show fellas. JFK had a lot of rain man, like tendencies for from what I the man's been dead for a very really judge. You know, some of the faculty start to go once dead. Fellas. Just calling to wish you very happy at I. What what is going, Tim? I guess you can't the phone at kick. It seems seems to have come down a little bit JFK pot. Two point. Oh has rebooted. Oh my God. It's been a room out this whole time. Tam a shoot a ban of real big tip off to you that I was assassinated. Many decades ago in the brain is missing that brain is uploaded. Oh. The Johnny Depp movie where they put the pneumonic. No, no that can't. Johnny. Oh, though. Yeah. What the health name of that movie? It's thinks put Kiana, Johnny. Jeff's brain in the class transcendent. Thank you. Thank you. Movies on the mand because I am connected to the internet twenty four seven. Then if you're really my brain is in a robot. That's how I also listen to your podcast. Wow. Sense. It makes sense. He sounds like he has said that like Atlantic kind of Boston accent. Well, that makes a mixed with kind of robotic just kinda strange can't place it kind of. Yeah. The they have not worked out old kinks yet. But let me tell you. I worked out by kinks with. Okay. All right. Kinks. We're going to cut this short..

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Playboy art director Art Paul, 93, and photographer Art Shay, 96, have died

After Hours with Rick Kogan

01:28 min | 3 years ago

Playboy art director Art Paul, 93, and photographer Art Shay, 96, have died

"It would be hard to imagine fuller lies in those led by arch and art paul to giants of the art world who died within hours of each other saturday morning both of them had been ill archie was ninety six art paul was ninety three so they had had very fruitful lives and very influential lives art shay was a photographer who died in his home in deerfield surrounded by some of the two million or more photos he had taken through his life he was there for most of the prominent events of the twentieth century met many of the century's most important people john fitzgerald kennedy merlin brando martin luther king gwendolyn brooks ernest hemingway carl sandberg james baldwin ann landers and roger ebert was roger who once set of arts photography that it quote shakes you up up sets you down gently pats you on the head and then kicks you in the ass art paul was sitting in an office in the loop he was born on the south side raised in rogers park was incredibly talented at sullivan high school and received a scholarship to the art institute he then came back went to the institute of design was freelance illustrator and designer with a little tiny office.

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"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on Super Station 101

"He was the breaches song wednesday added a visited com alone when the gather round as dodon toll can dozen billy would take me a wall gander other days then he looked thin for long the on their world look good adams me zanabria jamais beyond uh look good aberdeen it's me five it breeds amanda saying well we saw this when megan kelly was on fox her attempt said uh putin is many thorns in the side of donald trump is she possibly could and the allegations then even of uh of sexual misconduct and it seems to really beginning a lot of momentum across the country no matter when you turn the news on or where you turn it to it's it's my firm belief that the the national prices ragged culpable in keeping the story alive as we see the attempts of what is called character assassination hey night i don't know if there's any coincidence it's probably just that today's the 54th anniversary obvious asassination of john fitzgerald kennedy and and again robbie purely coincidental but i i it certainly can't go without observations um but i i do i'm i'm uh through the lands of somebody that knows the brass and i mean literally knows many people in the press and many of their responses to this particular story it raises another question for me the women that of level the allegations against people such as harvey weinstein and of course you know we got the corey feldman story in spacey and the list goes i can even amol are we doing a disservice by ignoring these stories because you know bear in mind that the the biggest story in the land was the harvey weinstein thing until the roy more story broken a dad dan i mean we just got a call from i'm one of our listeners that doug jones this saying has some allegations floating around and they're talking about it on another radio station near there there's some uh there's been and he's lal's book about allegations from a young lady at the university of alabama at birmingham and wall suit that has been levelled against thought some administrators there so why haven't we are in thing.

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"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"The stock market now the us stock market started just over two hundred years ago the new york stock exchange started on march eight eighteen seventeen sonal grew in popularity because businesses needed to expand amend they could either borrow ma honey in the form of a bond or debentures it sometimes called or they could simply sell a small portion of their business in the form of stock and people who bought a part of the company would participate in its growth or loss the stock market simply gave investors a convenient way to trade in or and out of companies it was a pretty simple process surely nowadays notsosimple at all there are multiple complex investment strategies and schemes and it's important to understand how the history fits together so that you know what you need to do moving forward as nelson ash the developer and creator of the infinite banking concept has said if you understand what's really happening you'll know what to do it when the stock market began to heat up in the 1920s it seemed like everybody was buying stock whether they should have or not the real problem that leads the 1929 crashes that people began to borrow no money to invest in the stock market they must have figured it would go up and up just forever but we all know what happened instead starting in 1929 and lasting until the mid thirties the great depression hit the nation in a huge wave joe kennedy president john fitzgerald kennedy's father got out of the stock market just in the nick of time he often told the story that when he heard his shoeshine man giving stock tips he figured it was time to get out of the market if everybody was in the market he reasoned who is left to buy stocks so from the 1930's through the 19th 60s the retirement strategy for most workers was to be part of their company pension plan now pension plans became especially popular in the 1940s during world war two and the government placed limitations on businesses to keep them from increasing wages to attract and keep the best employees companies began offer bring other kinds of incentives such as company car health and life insurance.

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"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"My roman johnson has left the hospital in knowledge but we do not know to worry young precluded presumably he will be taking the oath of office shortly and become ugly for the president of the united states are idea very emotional walter cronkite breaking the news to the nation the the death of president john fitzgerald kennedy and yesterday was the deadline to release be stillclassified documents related to jfk's murder and president trump did authorized the release of a little more than twenty eight hundred of those documents which historians are still in reporters are sifting through all of this morning uh but there were hundreds more still blocked at the urging of the fbi and the cia enough already it's been nearly fifty four years just get it out there just let me what what is the big deal all of this time later two four three thirty three thirty two the fact that we're still holding some documents back you think that's just get a few more speculation that we really do truly of something to her and the one the memo that we have seen for sure that's making news this morning jaeger hoover director of the fbi uh in a memo the day jack ruby killed lee harvey oswald there in dallas quote there is nothing further or on the oswald case except that he is dead so at that moment jed gruber was like case closed and he was very concerned the public we the nation would be compelled to believe oswald was edel we needed to be compelled the believe oswald was a alone actor or not part of a larger conspiracy have you always believe that that oswald.

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"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"It was november twenty second 1963 millions of people around the country watching cbs and their story as the world turns when walter cronkite first interrupted programming to announce the shooting of jfk in at was one hour later when he came back on the air with this from gallup flexible replied apparently official president kennedy died at one am central standard time to a blog your standard time some thirty eight minutes ago white woman johnson has repre hospital in knowledge but we do not move to worry young precluded a limit and he will be taking the oath of office at the walter cronkite breaking the news to the nation that president john fitzgerald kennedy was dead from bob clarke along with our producer jennifer davis you're on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy news radio kkob we are just a month shy of that happening that day fifty four years ago and this morning we are still waiting yesterday was the deadline for the government to release all of the classified documents regarding the assassination of jfk thousands of them were released nearly three thousand but hundreds more still being held back for national security reasons why are we still waiting i just i don't get it i mean we've had five years to get ready for.

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"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Wanted to talk about all the discussion about coaches brings to mind a statement that john fitzgerald kennedy made four of those to whom much is given much is require um and it seems to me that the expectations of a fan base for their coach should be a function of how much they had been given to work with for example um i look at jim harbaugh in michigan he has a large rabbit fan base he has unlimited fund the he has the best facilities excellent retreating territory um i think of kevin someone at texas a and him in the sec and he has much to say he has been limited funding the best facilities at cetera and i think about coaches to whom not a lot has been given but who've accomplished alive i think about james franklin back when he was a vanderbilt um i look at michael each out of washington right now and my alma mater dan mullin i think accomplishes more with less than a lot of coaches so i envision a a grading hierarchy in which um say a coach it's been given everything but perenially annually those hated four nine three or ten into might be a lousy coach and a coach that every year goes seven and five or eight and four to whom non much has been given might be a much better coq ten so my with that framework my question to you is around the nation who do you see qualifies as though she too much has been given but from he not much is recede and conversely who do you think the best coaches are based on their their accomplishments with what they've been given a such a great sang and a love to hear it uh.

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"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Elections and intimidation instead of free choice on guerrillas by night set of armies by day it is a system which is constricted vast human and material resources into the building of a tightlyknit highly efficient machine that combines military diplomatic intelligence economic scientific and political operatives its preparations are concealed not published its mistakes are buried at headlined its dissenters are silenced praised now expenditures questioned no rumor is printed no secret is revealed it conducts the cold war in short with the war time disciplined no democracy ever hope or wish to match and quote john fitzgerald kennedy a number of several months before he took that fateful trip in december excuse me in november of 1963 dallas you see i i believe we kennedy was talking about actually points to some things that hit the media this week headlined russian uranium deal according to trump quote is the biggest story the fake media doesn't wanna follow unquote i believe he's right the fake media is owned and operated by the globe listen to get several of the puppets of the global syndicate include the bushes the clintons and the obamas therefore it's no wonder why you saw obama speaking out george w bush speaking out against trump they're dead sprint there panicked their petrified that the truth is coming their way and the only way they can try to protect themselves they see it is trying to deride someone who's fuel pointing the howitzer at them this is an article from zero hedge about this uranium deal now remember we've talked about.

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"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:39 min | 4 years ago

"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"At purpan report dot com members of our community can comment and join the conversation welcome back out here with you john kennedy back when he was running for president would have been a nineteen sixty um the new york state has what's called fusion voting or you can run on two different parties at the same time and so jackie kennedy was on the democratic party's ticket but he was also on the on the liberal party's ticket and he gave a famous speech to the liberal party and i i'm previewing this as it were because at the top of the next hour about twenty five minutes thirty minutes from now we're gonna talk of or some considerable period of time with my old writing partner lamar waldren about this was kennedy's hundreds he would he would have been one hundred years old yesterday if my recollection and mathur right and they may not be but it was in any case it was his birthday so here's the club of of jackie kennedy talking about his liberalism what do our own me when they apply the labeled it by i mean they want people to believe come gone abroad hooligan mobile home anyone can learn when a bad gao dan the body and it movie emigrated we are not that kind of liberal by a liberal they need gunman who hand and not be hiring someone who welcome new idea without reacting who cared about well bearing the people bearing they're all go there how dare civil right and then it will nobody someone who believe that we gain breakthrough the dale made that gripped bottle in our holiday abroad what naming by a liberal that i say that i'm a liberal go john fitzgerald kennedy running for president of the united states saying i am proud to be a liberal wasn't until uh eighty seven eight was eighty eight limbaugh started his show a started demonizing the word liberal to the point where midnight by the mid nineties you know nobody would say no democratic politician water to sample liberal i mean that's a pretty amazing the power of right wing media really is more us in fells more fells mirror florida hey.

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"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on KGO 810

"One day saying and the grave lin zoodles good morning i understand and in saran islands today that set thank you chris complained that my uh my eldest brother was a green beret was has so i have seen that's online at hippie take me a teenager saying the green beret sound people thought i was nuts genesee davis is my guest he is an historian and he is the writer of the don't know much about series of books that began with don't know much about history fantastic if you haven't read them i hope that you do you can go to his website don't know much about dot com right don't know much don't know much don't know much dot com sorry now waste at about for some reason you get there that way too but he can't on the left outcome before we talk about john fitzgerald kennedy let's take a call from one of our listeners this is diane calling from monterrey diane thanks for calling in your on kgon kenneth davis go ahead hi i actually i'm mountain accounting pat you and i got a couple of weeks ago about donald trump and declassification i know i know called and pharma carrying manager hey nineteen sixty three amber i with an lifted women sandy recruiter in washington as the in one or two women at eight hundred eight haitians and kyle area the name station i was getting at an elevator got the second back when i wanna have see why have called.

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"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on KGO 810

"Does this morning because this of course is memorial day ron has taken the day off i think most irregular how sarah are off today and so some of us are filling in an delighted to be here to do that and so i i hope you're memorial day off is a good one of course we want to remember what memorial day is all about toward that end at eleven o'clock at kennedy day this is going to be joining us he is an historian and he's gonna to talk about memorial day and what it means and he's also going to talk about the tomb of the unknown soldier and today just happens to be the one hundred birthday of john fitzgerald kennedy said were also going to talk with kenneth see davis about the kennedy administration and and john kennedy so it i think it's going to be a really good time with him i like to share something with year that was published today it was a letter that was written by dan rather it's an open letter to president trump and it has to do with what happened in oregon as you recall in portland oregon this past week there were two girls who were on a commuter train they these are girls these were teenagers these were not women these were girls one of those girls was wearing a job and there was a man on the commuter train who started harassing the girls and particularly the one with the his job there were three young men who intervened we intervened on behalf of these girls and what they were trying to do was to come this guy down the guy turned around with a knife in his hand slashed all three of them two of them died one of them ended up in the hospital he had serious injuries but he is expected to survive so dan rather wrote this open letter to president trump now before i begin i'm kim can you help me out here about that pronunciation of one of these guys is it talia sin myrddin nam thai mesh i would say talisman myrddin nankai mesh okay i so that's that's how we're going to pronounce it so this is how gus dear president trump their names were us and myrddin nankai mesh and ricky john.

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"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:58 min | 4 years ago

"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"It they're not tolerant there the exact opposite of what they claim to be these are the people that do not tolerate a single thing that is not something in which they have authority there is no form of legal authority the left except as a permanent institution including the constitution and that's why we are on the cusp of grave danger here which i have been trying to point out since the day after the election in november the american left the democrat party however you want referred they only utilize forms of authority selectively when they control those forms but when government officials refused the orders of the duly elected government because their allegiance to an ideology whose idea at agenda is in conflict with the president that's not activism that's not protest politics civil disobedience minister greenfield calls what is happening on the left today treason miss blanket rejection of all authority which is derived from the constitution the total want wanton this obeying and ignoring an undermining of the constitution as a legal matter is indeed treason when the left loses congress will they do they consolidate thirty in the white house when they lose the white house they shifted their center for thirty two federal judges and unelected government officials the deep state each defeat led radicalised democrats the relocate for more democratic two less democratic institutions wherever they could go to assert their authority wart the authority of the constitution hypocrisy happens all the time in politics that's not what this is hypocrites still operate within the system respecting the authority that is the constitution the left today has no allegiance to this system unless there running it and if they're not running it than the system itself is illegitimate and needs to be furthered de legitimize it exceptional laws other than those dictated by its healy aldi and the people the democrat party it's it's the right way to put it the democrat party has become radicalised by the left the left was not radicalised by the democrat party democrat party today bears no resemblance to the democrat party of john fitzgerald kennedy or even lyndon johnson in the nineteenth sixty no comparison they have been fully radicalised by radical leftists it means that their first and foremost allegiances to an ideology not the constitution and i mean.

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"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on WJDX

WJDX

03:01 min | 4 years ago

"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on WJDX

"It they are not tolerant there the exact opposite of what they claim to be these are the people that do not tolerate a single thing that is not something in which they have a thority there is no form of legal authority the left except as a permanent institution including the constitution and that's why we are on the cusp of grave danger here which i have been trying to point out since the day after the election in november the american left the democrat party however you want to refer to they only utilize forms of authority selectively when they control those forms but when government officials refused the orders of the duly elected government because their allegiances to an ideology whose idea at agenda is in conflict with the president that's not activism that's not protest politics civil disobedience mr greenfield calls what is happening on the left today treason this blanket rejection of all authority which is derived from the constitution the total wanton dis obeying and ignoring an undermining of the constitution as a legal matter is indeed treason when the left loses congress where they do they consolidate their authority in the white house when they lose the white house they shifted their senator authority to federal judges and unelected government officials the deep state each defeat led radicalize democrats to relocate for more democratic two less democratic institutions wherever they could go to assert their authority weren't the authority of the constitution this is where they go in it isn't hypocrisy hypocrisy happens all the time in politics that's not what this is hypocrites still operate with in the system respecting the authority that is the constitution the left today has no allegiance to the system unless there running it and if they're not running it than the system itself is illegitimate and needs to be furthered de legitimize it accepts no laws other than those dictated by its ideology and the people what happened democrat party it's it's the right way to put it the democrat party has become radicalised by the left the left was not radicalize where the democrat party democrat party today there's no resemblance to the democrat party of john fitzgerald kennedy or even lyndon johnson in the nineteenth sixty no comparison they have been fully radicalised by radical leftists it means that their first and foremost allegiances to an ideology not the constitution and i mean that comment aimed right between the eyes amal.

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"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:51 min | 4 years ago

"john fitzgerald kennedy" Discussed on KTRH

"It they're not tolerant they're the exact opposite of what they claim to be these are the people that do not tolerate a single thing that is not something in which they have authority there is no form of legal authority the left except as a permanent institution including the constitution and that's why we are on the cusp of grave danger here which i have been trying to point out since the day after the election in november the american left the democrat party however you want to refer to they only utilize forms of authority selectively when they control those forms but when government officials refused the orders of the duly elected government because their allegiances to an ideology whose idea at agenda is in conflict with the president that's not activism that's not protest politics civil disobedience mr greenfield calls what is happening on the left a treason this blanket rejection of all authority which is derived from the constitution the total wanton dis obeying and ignoring an undermining of the constitution as a legal matter is indeed treason when the left loses congress when they do they consolidate the reforms in the white house when they lose the white house they shifted their senator authority to federal judges and unelected government officials the deep state each defeat led radicalised democrats to relocate for more democratic two less democratic institutions wherever they could go to assert their authority warrant the authority of the constitution is where they go and it isn't hypocrisy hypocrisy happens all the time in politics that's not what this is hypocrites still operate with in the system respecting the authority that is the constitution the left today has no allegiance to the system unless there running it and if they're not running it than the system itself is illegitimate and needs to be furthered de legitimize it accepts no laws other than those dictated by its ideology and the people way democrat party it's it's the right way to put it the democrat party has become radicalised by the left the left was not radicalize where the democrat party democrat party today there's no resemblance to the democrat party of john fitzgerald kennedy or even lyndon johnson in the nineteenth sixty no comparison they have been fully radicalised by radical leftists.

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