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"john tyler" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"The major lake ridge and Waco high to walk that she did an absolutely loaded district at Duncanville moves from region one over to region to I'm I'm sure there's not a whole lot of Houston area teams in energy the referral to see the Panthers there about outside the circle of interstate every single week sure looks like it's going to be a slugfest for those who wanted to see Highland Park and long view as district neighbors Greg they got their wish yeah you get your wish and this is a really really dangerous district and we know we had a feeling that this could in fact be the case with long dropping from six eight two five eight they're basically going to be two options for long view and John Tyler to to true East Texas teams out there they could send them self and send them to a place like the Lufkin but then they probably end up being an expenditure I would team like white new Caney in the north part of the Houston area magnolia maybe as well others WYO off to send in east into the DFW metroplex and become disturbed bunk mates with the the winningest program in fact by school Water Street in the Highland Park this is a really tantalizing district Highland Park has traditionally not had to travel particularly far in district alignments this is our this is the change of for the U. I. L. said to send them out east to John Tyler and the long view and it's gonna be really interesting you know we we love seeing the bees heavy weight programs go at the teams with such a such history that pedigree a while you're gonna get your wish everywhere but when you look at district district seven five a division one and that is the power nexus of what is already a very very lotus region two five if there's more thanks to her temper from Texas football coming up next still on accident on two eighty seven in Mansfield will update your traffic and weather together on the gates traffic delays in North Texas can happen quickly be sure to check in with us throughout the day more traffic reports more often every ten minutes on the aids and breaking traffic alerts when they happen the news weather and traffic station in North Texas news radio ten eighty KRLD and now another addition of obvious news from geico experts now say that wearing more clothes in the winter will in fact.
"john tyler" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"This is the John Tyler Rodney of the wars the drive and drunk driving spend operate singly about the concept is always impossible. Devils is a drone swore and Tyler you and your colleague report that the surprising. United Kingdom is working on a drone swarm, what does it look like what do we know about it? Well, this came out of left field. This is expected. This was as part of an announcement of different projects. They're working on to give them a leading edge in the future the ministry defense. And in this case, there's not a lot known about what they're they're really looking at we speculate on some of the potential answers that question, but John this has been my pet projects I started writing, and the fact that this all this technology was proven a decade almost twenty years ago. And it was the biggest game changer says the jet engine, and then it was buried by the United States Air Force, buried total. Nobody will ever talk about you won't find a document that says unmanned combat air vehicle in the public domain in the last ten years produced by the air force. So the reality is it's very likely continued development in the dark and things the black budget world, but on the same time. Now, we have other countries whether it's China whether it's Russia now, whether it's caned or France that are now. Really moving forward and developing this technology in the white space in the in the unclassified world. So the UK sees the opportunity here. They have limited dollars to buy very expensive man fighters, they need to integrate unmanned swarming systems that can rip down enemies air-defense system and blind poke. There is out that's the job that this the main job of this type of capability from day one. And then in addition to that it can also potentially do other things including man/machine teaming working with MandA assets. Undermanned control to help bring more munitions into the battlespace and helped tactics development. So that we those older Mander friends can survive in a really rough neighborhood. So there's a whole whole lot of things going on here. But the main point I want to let your listeners know is that the unmanned combat air vehicle world, which was very shadowy just a year ago is now being thrust into the into the light whether we like it or not because Russia and China are openly flying prototypes now. And you don't hear a peep United States Air Force? And if I read correctly because I've been reading a lot around the side is in China developing a stealth bomber that's unmanned as well. Or is that a man bomber from what we know? It's mad, but the reality is trying to actually helping to longer range strike assets. And there's nothing to say that what is man today won't be unmanned tomorrow. Our own beat Twenty-one raider, which is in development. Now is we have the heart documents it part of its baseline requirements that it can be mad that doesn't mean it's going to be unmanned at block one for the first day when it's on the on the flight line. But it's a maturing capability that it will attain. So that's part of it and lose larger vehicles can also integrate with smaller unmanned combat air vehicles. But the reality is for a fraction of the price of a f thirty five you can build a much stealthier aircraft that is has much longer and longer range and carries almost exact same payload and it can swarm with other assets and make decisions that are faster than any human collective human group can make that means you break the enemy's decision cycle. And when it comes to breaking down air defense networks and kicking down the door for other assets. There's really no better place as far as the weapons system goes. Then this new technology, which will dominate the battlefield. The future hands down, but every dollar I have on saving money. That's what Canada looks to be doing you note that has been buying surplus FA teams, but his now buying a surplus drown from Germany that does not work. They're buying a drum doesn't fly. Yeah. They're literally it's a garage sale drone. I mean this. This is not like a fleet of things that they need for parts or whatever for some. They're already flying. This is a Global Hawk derivative a high altitude long, endurance, drone, America flies. Germany only bought one of these. They spent almost eight hundred million I believe to develop one of these -sposed to be five the long run before they canceled the program, but this particular model is used for signals intelligence, so clocked and communications intelligence, the locations and types of radar sites. That sort of thing not not ground surveillance radars and optics built for that particular mission. There's only one of them they can the program in two thousand thirteen and it's been stored at stripped of components ever since it's not even close to jer the German officials themselves say it's worth basically not much more than scrap which is really a bunch of carbon fibre. So it's not real lot. And Canada has come out, and they want to bid on this thing to potentially use it to monitor the Arctic shipping icebergs, and who knows what else. But I mean, the amount of money that they have to pour into this to totally retool it to get it flying. And then on top of it just have one of them is really puzzling Tyler Rockaway, he keeps the war zone with his colleagues at the drive a site to watch for updates on top gun to speculation. It will be quite some time more than a year before we get to see the theaters or on Netflix, depending on how. It works the Rockaway. I'm John Batchelor and look for a drunk on.
"john tyler" Discussed on Words Matter
"He's totally crazy. You know, it's not outside the realm of possibility on the cabinet side. Because I go back again, we're talking about more than I ever thought. I would John Tyler when he when he came into office. He alienated his own party back then the whig party he alienated them because he really didn't believe in most of their philosophy. He was a late convert to the whig party. Well, his cabinet ended up resigning almost to a person one person state in that case. Yes, that's the president's cabinet inherited from the previous president who died. But in that case if there were a twenty fifth amendment at the time, well, they might have voted. Th- remove him for being unfit for office. There was no vice president because we didn't have a mechanism yet to selective president until the next election. But it's at least theoretically possible looking at the political environment. I sure don't see it happening. Not. I like logical reason not for a question of decision making only four some kind of physical incapacitation your subtitle is as we said history's guide to removing unpopular unable or unfit chief executives and how many of the keep executives reviewed were all three or even to three. It doesn't it down. Doesn't it unpopular is a hard thing to measure? It seems easy. But if you got if you got a minority of the popular vote something like that. There you go. We've had quite a few of those are they unable that that one seems to pro there's some difference of interpretation there but unable it's almost like an on off. Switch is the person conscious and making rational decisions or not. Okay. And we've had few times when we've had presidents who probably. Were unable. We mentioned Dwight Eisenhower earlier after some of his health crises. There's a Wilson after his heart attack. Right absolutely from two years of his presidency, which are Wilson unable to make most decisions might be making some personnel. Moves at the NFC that MRs Wilson, let's scenario drought in the the end of the book to say, can you imagine a scenario like Woodrow Wilson today where there's a massive stroke. The president is in the bedroom. Nobody sees him except for his wife, his doctor and a few family members for months at a time and the wife and the doctor go out and say everything's fine. He's okay. We are relaying his decisions to you. The cabinet the vice president all the others who cannot see him. It seems like in today's world we would be all over that. And we would say clearly this president needs to be declared disabled, but on the other hand if Malania and the White House, doctor where to say, no, he's fine is Mike Pence going to say, I don't believe you. Or is he going to give it another day? To see what happens is he gonna give it another week to see what happens I find that that could repeat itself we've seen incredible capacity of Donald Trump's enablers to let him break norms to let him treat the press as if they are the ones who are privileged to have access to him..
"john tyler" Discussed on Words Matter
"Then that's why they came up with the twenty fifth amendment to have a mechanism for dealing with that that had grounding in the constitution as amended Donald Trump loves to say that all of these actions against him the Muller investigation, just one witch hunt. He is experiencing presidential harassment presidents, of course, view challenges to their power unfavourably. But what of all the examples you go through and your book who was the president who was treated most unfairly politically fairness is such in the eye of the beholder. But I think that the attitude toward people like John Tyler Andrew Johnson people who had congress. Really going after them using veto power constantly passing legislation against them. But it's hard to say they didn't deserve it because they were doing things that were often beyond the pale. So I'm not sure they retreated unfairly for me, I don't know about you. But I like my government with three functioning branches. And I think having checks and balances makes sense. So when you have somebody who is quote treated unfairly because congress is doing an effective job of oversight. Well to me that's not being treated unfairly. That's the system working. I said we're gonna skip John Tyler bullets not skip John towers autumn. One of the interesting things I learned in your book was that at the very beginning. When Tyler was the first president to ascend to the presidency because of the death of his president of from the vice-presidency. There was some debate as to whether that person would actually become president or be vice president acting as president talk a little bit about that. Because that's a fascinating partner book. There was dissension at the time, and they're still descent. Now, among historians and constitutional scholars the original language of the constitution. Sure. Made it seem like that the vice president would act as president in the case of in this like a presidential death. William Henry Harrison passing away thirty one days into his term. But John Tyler didn't read it that way. He read the language is saying he had the full duties of the office. And he was in fact president. So what happened he acted that way? And by insisting people call him, president not the term that some people tried to use which was vice president comma acting as president. Well, that's a long thing to put on a letter. So Tyler just didn't answer those letters. He would refuse to talk to people who referred to him that way. And then he just started doing what presidents do and eventually make it momento worked. Just inertia was okay, fine. He's the president. And that created in a sense the template for what happens when a president dies the vice president becomes president. So when the. Next one happened. It was actually just accepted that the vice president would become the president of eventually codified in the twenty fifth amendment. They made it explicit that the vice president became president not just acting as but it took John Tyler putting it out there and saying, you know, what I'm gonna do this until someone forces me to stop, and they didn't and you mentioned the twenty fifth amendment, which is is incredibly consequential here and has also gotten a lot of play this year talk to us about the mechanism for that in his is that fantasy is that as currently constitute of even just in theory is at fantasy that a majority of the people picked by the person who they would have to vote to sideline and whatever capacity talk a little bit about the operational reality of the twenty minute versus our cable news discussion of it. Sure. One side of it is fantasy in one side is is clear reality and would happen. The let me deal with the ladder. I if there is a coma toes present if there is a president who cannot be woken up. I think that's an easy. Application of section four of the amendment, which is the one by which the vice president in a majority of the cabinet loosely or any other body that congress designates will come back to that..
"john tyler" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"I feel you have Frank. What's his name Millard Fillmore millet? But yeah. But then I remember that his maze of wine. Let you remember for being unmemorable. He doesn't show. Yeah. He's the he's the San Diego Chargers here. John Tyler can fuck off to. Yeah. John Tyler he's he's memorable for doing. Nothing intentionally. He was also Swanson of presidents also John John Tyler could totally start at quarterback too. Because John Tyler and Tyler John there. They both work therefore he's QB eligible, especially at UGA Millard Fillmore. Yeah. You couldn't hear the president's who definitely could John Adams Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe. Yeah. Actually, a James James Madison would beat Virginia. They're all white men which held Andrew Andrew Jackson. Yup. John Tyler Zachary Taylor right in there. Franklin pierce. Man. Abraham lincoln. Yeah. Technically, technically that works. Andrew johnson. Ulysses s grant grant grant Ulysses is actually a fantastic linebacker like Ohio State would have a guy like grant Ulysses on the tackle. He's a grinder. He's a coach's son Benjamin Harrison. Yeah. This is this is the murderers row. Woodrow Wilson, you know. I enjoy hard hitting Missouri safety Truman Harry Truman, Harry would be an amazing safety. We don't have enough treatments Truman treatment. Before men for mill. This is who screws this up the Bush family because nobody's going to have the first name Bush stupid. Although one of them probably does Bush, George Bush, George probably would play for what Utah state rice price. Yeah. Is in Howard? Dwight is the least Georgia president name. Carter jimmy. I don't it. Now Carter Jimmy's a pack while Wilson Woodrow pass for five thousand four hundred yards for Mike Leach into three prove prove me that I'm wrong. I can't you can't Georgia has a game this week. I guess we're talking about I didn't originally put on sheep. But Jason made me. Do we have to chew are? We are. We going out of order is that this is. Yes, it's you gotta understand it's election night. So were you know, Spencer's in front of a big map, and he's just gonna like point us around to different places? Why do we have to game at around this godawful awful results are rolling in from Athens, Georgia? There you go get it out. Yup. Athens. Georgia voters have spoken their mind. And let's hear what they have to say. Actually, it's not let's have you don't understand what all those people who are when they tell us that they come to sports as an escape from politics except on not violent racist doodoo. Oh my God. Another update in the shutdown forecast. Mid term nonsense ballot in in the race for twenty nineteen Auburn head coach great news. Gus malzahn has been reelected at strong challenge. From terry. Bowden extremely strong challenge from toy bound surprise urges week effort from a gene Chizik Tommy type of oil coming in third unfortunate for him. Yeah. Congratulations to guys big big night for him. They just cannot get his ass out of there. You know, if feel it feels like every game Gus malzahn gets primary, but manages to keep going. By the way, if you if you do not know why Ryan is just boldly breaking in here. I swear he's not making these up. He cut these out on Twitter and polled each of these to the show, so more elections. And guess what? If you don't like them. We have four more..
"john tyler" Discussed on WDRC
"More lenient than that episode than let on eventually pardoned all the people you know he didn't hang anybody or anything was more of a tax rebellion rather than an insurrection against the government you know and it's ironic because we broke away just a few years before that from britain for pattern supposedly for tax reasons and yet these farmers these poor farmers will be taxed you know their whiskey was affected the green reverend action this was being all funneled into hamilton's subsidization for banker so sort of a reverse distribution of wealth and that's why they had little tax rebellion and yeah i think he probably used excessive force he had they call out more militia than he had ever commanded troops in the revolution so is a fairly big force that they took up the pennsylvania but as i say in the end he was pretty lenient with the with the people and that sort of thing so i think that has to be that have to be put in perspective but i think he did he did you're you're not gonna find anybody who is a perfect present even john tyler well i rank was number one and probably most people haven't heard of even he made some mistakes i'm talking to a doctor ivan eland who's the author grocery slavery carving rushmore doctor you lend is a senior fellow at the independent institute.
"john tyler" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"I built a house of cards because i was in a hurry to get rich and then i was just appalled and shocked that the house of cards fell guess what houses of cards do they fall all the time there's no such thing as a well constructed house of cards the point is it's fragile it's volatile it falls in he who hastens to be rich will not go unpunished you're trying to get rich quick trying to play the lotto you get punished because you throw your money down the toilet you go in there and buy lotto ticket you get nothing you got nothing nothing think about every times every action that someone takes to become wealthy easily and quickly usually results in punishment this is dead on this this this is the scriptures are straight up truth and john tyler said at this way wealth can only be accumulated by the earnings of industry and the savings of for galaxy wealth that lasts that's all it is but you can get wealth other ways you can get wealth by sudden fame you can get wealth by sudden you know you can you can hit the lottery you know one in a bazillion people do but the rest everybody else is trying to win wealth that way gets punished but by losing their money instead of investing their money little by little increase your wealth that's for real wealth comes from the highest probability of building wealth the best way to get rich quick is to get rich slow mark is with us in idaho hey mark how are you i'm doing well thank you for taking my call sure what's up well my employer will be adding an option for a roth ira here and i'm wondering what do i do with the contributions that my employer has made so far my wife and i are just getting started into maybe stepped okay the humane the four.
"john tyler" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And knowledge i'm a grew up in the vietnam era i've been covering state and local politics that affects the way i look at things that i see and it struck me that you have spent your career digging into and reflecting on the american experience especially presidential history back to the beginning of the republic does your daily consumption of news regularly conjure historical analogies when you hear about north korea or tariffs or anything else oh if you want an allusion to john tyler breakfast i'm your guy yes it is i as a southerner and as a as a biographer my sense of things is where faulkner was in requiem for a nine when he said the past is never dead it isn't even past i grew up on the civil war battlefield missionary rich and so to me history's always been quite tactile and so absolutely when north korea's in the headlines i do think about how truman was annoyed with eisenhower when eisenhower nineteen fifty two said i i have a peace plan for korea and truman said well he might be nice if he shared that with this commander in chief do you remember what you thought when donald trump descended from the escalator and trump tower and gave that speech about mexico not sending us it's best i know exactly where i was and i was very much in the this is gonna be i think that was july or june i thought this is going to be a fun summer and by labor day we'll be back to weighing the relative merits of hillary clinton and jeb bush let me take a quick story about when i on reflection when i should've i should've been smarter about this i went to interview candidate trump in may of two thousand sixteen for time magazine and it was trump tower if just the two of us in the office and i was early so i went up to get a cup of coffee on.
"john tyler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Knowledge i'm a grew up in the vietnam era i've been covering state and local politics that affects the way i look at things that i see and it struck me that you have spent your career digging into and reflecting on the american experience especially presidential history back to the beginning of the republic does your daily consumption of news regularly conjure historical analogies when you hear about north korea or tariffs or anything else oh if you want an allusion to john tyler at breakfast i'm your guy yes it is i as a southerner and as a as a wagner for my sense of things his where faulkner was in requiem for a nine when he said the past is never dead it isn't even past i grew up on a civil war battlefield missionary rich and so to me history's always been quite tactile and so absolutely when north korea's and the headlines i do think about how truman was annoyed with eisenhower when eisenhower nineteen fifty two said i i have a peace plan for korea and truman said well he might be nice if he shared that with this commander in chief do you remember what you thought when donald trump descended from the escalator and trump tower and gave that speech about mexico not sending us it's best i know exactly where i was and i was very much in the this is going to be i think that was july or june i thought this is going to be a fun summer and by labor day we'll be back to weighing the relative merits of hillary clinton and jeb bush let me take a quick story about when i on reflection when i should've i should've been smarter about this i went to interview candidate trump in may of two thousand sixteen for time magazine and it was trump tower if just the two of us in the office and i was early so i went up to get a cup of coffee on.
"john tyler" Discussed on American History Tellers
"Is and the americans had not voted for him to be president after harrison's untimely death the people gave tyler a less than flattering nickname his accidents this deeply bothered tyler who wanted more than anything to be elected on his own terms in order to do this he needed to finish harrison's term with a big win so tyler focuses agenda on big territory texts four tyler's presidency the annexation of texas had not been in the cards most in washington off you cared about texas at all but tyler saw things differently he believed that outside of washington the public was in favor of annexation and more importantly if he brought texas into the union he'd have a fighting chance of winning the election as his own man tyler secretly negotiated a treaty to annex the republic of texas and began lining up supporters for the bill in the senate when the negotiations began texans had their concerns mainly that mexico would learn the courtship with us and use military force against them to ease their worries tyler's administration verbally offered texas military protection but texans wanted something more official they wanted to commitment in writing on february fourteenth eighteen forty four they got one a secret pledge from john tyler tyler promise at the moment texas sign the tree of annexation 's a sutphin isn't able force shall be placed in the gulf of mexico convenient for the defense of texas there was only one problem tyler didn't have the constitutional to make such a promise and he knew it the tyler administration hoped to keep the treaty out of the public eye as long as possible but by april eighteen forty four to cat was out of the back benjamin tappan and abolitionist senator from ohio leaked to copy of the treaty to the press the valentine's day pledge as well as his own thoughts calling the whole affair a disgrace to the nation the same day tap and story leaked a letter written by henry clay was published klay rejected the idea of annexing texas warning readers annexation and war with mexico or a dental running on a pro bank platform and standing in firm opposition to the annexation treaty henry clay would handily secure the whigs nomination for president in the election of eighteen forty four john tyler was officially on his own but henry clay in tyler weren't the only man with their sights set on the president.
"john tyler" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The middle name though we name his middle name is harrison which is my wife's maiden name so it's kind of a cool it rolls off the tongue harrison what was the president william h to william henry harrison and his grandson benjamin williams presidential historian with frank burrows wasn't he replaced by john tyler john tyler who's got the green the grandson is still alive see you never got into that story it was touched on cbs news you you tease me with it that tyler has like how many kids do you have you know thirteen fourteen well thirty one one seven seven it's not so seriously this guy now i have some catching up to do i'm just saying so three when he had when he had the so right there excuse me john tyler number one walk me through this what we do so john tyler was so how he's the vice president frankie okay so he had how many kids how many marriages two marriages in fourteen children right was he in the nba this guy short shorts doing in the nba you know he had seven children from the first wife the first wife died and then married again but he married a much younger woman i think he was in his fifties and the woman was in her late wait a minute what was it much younger woman so give me the age difference i think he was fifty three yeah and the the wife was twenty something or some better close to thirty and then he was sixty three when she gave birth to you know back then that wasn't out of the realm for somebody to have seven or eight or three you were dead by sixty three right well that's the point was you had to you had to have a lot of children because a lot of them would not make it out of you know so give me the numbers how many kids are the fourteen actually was fishing mistake teen more than any other there were no fertility clinics back then so you know listen get this guy's diet oh was probably whisking yes no there's no there wasn't anything factory or eating bacon their diet john tyler school in staten island ps four to five is named for john tyler.
"john tyler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The reality i'll i'll go through all yeah like attempting time limit i can do that the usa in the month of william henry harriers itching the moment as you might imagine it's a briefing book 66 pay juice excuse be sixty api you know in a lot of these people on amazon they charge sixteen eighteen dollars for the seventy page books are charged that kind of price for a three four hundred page but mice little books so you know six eight bucks nine bucks the usa the times of james garfield uh james monroe a giant you'll in the time of john tyler euasean the time a record but rather be behaves again each book is that administration that stretch in that he lists he's s grant and the the time of franklin pierce now and most of them a stories about the you as it that's whether the title is very clear to you i say in the time that the leading actor is the usa not the president's tax rate in the title a poor john tyler his book is almost as thin as uh as we've henry henry hyde of the member of the confederate congress i'll take a break for news in an update you was when he read busy and back the conversation cbs news update coastal massachusetts has been among the hardest hit areas by all late winter storm that's knocked out power to millions of people from the mid atlantic to new england with high tide a short time ago asset ucits governor charlie baker warns little people should be really careful we still have a very long way to go with this storm in that would be my primary message to everybody at this point in time the storm has already made for very dangerous very messy or nonexistent travel no amtrak service between dcn boston thousands of flights canceled wind field is super wide.
"john tyler" Discussed on KGO 810
"The history book now this is not factual but the history books suggest was due to poor nutrition in the colonies when he was a child mexican surprised there's been nobody shorter and ordered five force pretty for a man is relatively short but over the course of two hundred years younger the average height 100 years by goes up right yeah but who's counting we'll be rv people are shorter in the seventeen 1800's in the are now on average by the way the number the i i like that number five president who is at james monroe remember the monroe doctrine you i love with dave dave very you know who he is ranked writer comedian he's funny i don't believe he used the term comedian but he's satirical in witty sent arrest rate set her arrest the monroe doctrine one other nations are not allowed to mess around with the internal affairs nations in this hemisphere second point the monroe doctrine but we are that's where teams monroe gave us get off my lawn seriously that's what that is john tyler we've heard about him right murray don't you about this guy to be canoe launch how is he the eleventh president i think had it fifteen children that we know of just say and we had the nba allstar game and not saying anything of just saying john fifteen kids that we know of two of his grandchildren are still alive our 11th press he was present from 1840 11845 yes because he was seventy one when he fathered a kid who then also had kids when he was in his seventies now i want wanna party with those guys that is some crazy these facts about some of our president speaking of grover cleveland you know is that i think are only present to have serm served nonconcurrent terms to the best of my knowledge factually speaking grover cleveland right nonconsecutive terms he was alleged to have been a rapist as well so i guess president trump's accusations now gatien's are not the first on that front although i don't believe president trump's win alleged who've been a rapist just the sexual abuser an assault or which is actually you know in terms of the severity of a crime those are different uh worrying g harding remember he died they're claiming of a heart attack but some have posited he was poisoned by his wife.
"john tyler" Discussed on KGO 810
"Internal affairs of nations in this hemisphere second point to the monroe doctrine but we are that's what james monroe gave us get off my lawn seriously that's what that is uh john tyler we've heard about him right murray don't you about this guy to be canoe hotel was he the eleventh president i think had it fifteen children that we know of just saying we had the nba allstar game and not saying anything of the same it john fifteen kids that we know of two of his grandchildren are still alive our 11th press he was present from 1840 11845 i mean that yes because he was seventy one when he fathered a kid who then also had kids when he was in his seventies yeah i wanna party with those guys that is some crazy these facts about some of our president speaking of grover cleveland you know is that i think are only present who have serm served nonconcurrent terms to the best of my knowledge factually speaking grover cleveland right nonconsecutive terms he was alleged to have been a rapist as well so i guess president trump's accusations now a gatien's are not the first on that front although i don't believe president trump's for an alleged who've been a rapist just the sexual abuser an assault or which is actually you know in terms of the severity of a crime those are different a warren g harding remember he died uh they're claiming of a heart attack but some have posited he was poisoned by his wife then he 21 in 1820 three he was present interesting fact about uh lyndon b johnson remember lyndon baines johnson could great society president after john f kennedy nineteen 48 he gave a speech to congress that said quote without superior airpower america is a bound and throttled giant impotent an easy prey to any i am knock it i'm quoting before he was president he was a congressman any yellow dwarf with a pocket knife she said that nineteen forty eight and then we can talk about john f kennedy kind of being at the beginning of the vietnam war it was lyndon baines johnson that got us fully into the.
"john tyler" Discussed on WTVN
"Nonlife insurance aznar not requirement just yet but a health insurance is something that their uh their pulling back on the mandate here to help out those individuals in those other people that aren't able to be covered under some kind of group coverage as of it that does is eliminate the tax penalty associated with not having the coverage which as we know we've talked about a for years in the show but keeps going up and up every single year exactly lim several thousands of dollars at this point well and what you're hearing for the politicians is oh my goodness all these people are now going to be without health coverage it's voluntary that they don't wanna have the health coverage plus who did that bill hit the most the low income lowincome earners so now they don't have to pay that penalty that's going to be extra money in their pockets and they won't be hit with a penalty from the irs for not having purchased this so it's another planning idea be aware that uh that don't listen to much of the politicians on either side destroyed to get your own information and follow through this thing is best you can and by the way if you wanna call us please do so at a two one nine eight eight six we love to hear from you regarding the tax proposal or any other financial planning item yeah so over the weekend here john something completely outside of the tax code john tyler won both your feedback r o of so i i know putting you on this by your surprise question it's not in the script had no hasn't been rehearsed so i was talking with someone in in they are very much getting up on their feet they just purchase their first home and they're starting to look at their income and their starting you say okay well i'm comfortable with my monthly expenses now i'm starting to pay myself first in focus on retirement savings so they looking at their income what their employer offers in their eligible to participate in.
"john tyler" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"To give it all they can last game that division one of the drop into the big stein of see us next year but your take on this one i don't want to seven and a half fifty one with a lot of backups hang coastal carolina by the way john tyler and omar blacks to tudor leading receivers both mrs game as well oh here again last home game or they chopped down caf canada it's a tough match up and i think idaho windsor gutty game have a little bit better defense holding opposing offenses twenty nine points per game a little bit better on the offense a line is well i take a whole in this fall game cover this number anywhere thirteen to fourteen points solid all the teams euroarmy eaten two nor texas cabinet three to plan in debt in texas and the mean green favor by near fifty eight joe's contrast in styles but you know nor texas likes to run rhonda's ball to i don't know if they're going to be able to stop the option of army and uh we'll wait and see but it's going to be good game a fight us in a real nice job fine mason find the quarterback therefore on your taxes and both these teams ever ever expectations this year and then a heck of a job they have it's a rematch of the ballgame last year there are 138 took twenty one nate plagued china's lift again nashiri show i only played better but i speed up the challenge the army check neri over the top i mean they're averaging two or close to the two hundred ninety past yards per game i think that's the difference for me this contract and style by like this speed of more texas and hope in this match up to cover this number arkansas see riggles in oman is twenty six fifty nine the total to be able to get up and down the field it's more some point your take on this one i like arkansas stayed to me there are blue collar gene i i know they're lay big gorge state i think they're able to wear down cheques you stay in this match up wrung the football conference today when this fall game by twenty or more tomorrow show battle of the two teams that are going to make bogeys both down.
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"Oh we have gathered a series of questions inspired by the episodes this week that every us back to survive history safe anyone at the applies along with this we can spot history john tyler's which is one of my favorite segments on i have this is like erin little version so we've got seven questions he lied five two win oh let's see how you go you ready to go this is so much pressure and i rarely arab stalled aung moi a history of survival even though in a law at like been studying it of race unser on hyping pulitzer sad even more pressure on the the game that we play with rob rob and the game that we play with jail jail want some hats our monet at for the love of probst this'll pile on heingas first question life tara annelise this week last season leak was voted onto another try how many votes did he received our kamel are we are we really that serious always more throwing stuff of martavis thinking wide wanted i knocked at a small uh i cut that is very very interesting you get the second time okay i'm gonna say six the correct answers five unsal man the causes moods number two how many episodes of law she's a strategy evolve into the contestants go to travel cancel and not actually send anyone hong so there was a there was one when when and should have gone hind bit pissed will pay went so that's one direct there was the one where they did the tribes swap so that was too.