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"joseph mccarthy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Do you want to know why they hated Joseph McCarthy? Why? Why they destroyed him that it was the politics of personal destruction. Go ahead and play clip 25. Now you're gonna find out why. So what do we know Some 67 years later, For one thing that McCarthy actually underestimated the number of American Soviet spies working for the U. S s heart in the FDR administration, so contrary to the depictions that we've had in television and film over all these years, and of course by a litany Left and far left historians. They're literally where Comey's around every corner and lurking under every bed. They were all over the place in 1994, NS and CIA released 190,000 formally classified cable grams, they and their predecessor agencies intercepted from 1943 to 1980. The number of American Soviet agents identified from Venona has reached 500. More than double those. McCarthy had predicted. His researchers have decrypted only 10% of the documents. Thus far, most of the spy's name so far are well known Julius and Ethel Rosenberg and Alger Hiss, whom the left maintained were victims of American imperialism. So the left hated Joseph McCarthy, and there were on Lee 10% of the decoded documents from the Venona project. Have been released. How many more will they find? As they get to the other 90% of those documents in my point only is that when you are a person who has the potential to expose Cockroaches that air under the rock that are eating away at the foundations of your society. They will destroy you. Now. It has been said that Donald Trump is the new Joseph McCarthy. And I believe that that is correct in the best possible way because he stopped the advance of communism. The Chinese in particular. And what we're seeing in America is that if you are a person who has the potential on any level two Upset their agenda of world domination. You will be destroyed by them. And so the danger here, Alan is this and the reason why we have to play. At some point, the lawyer for Trump his name is the intervene. We have to play the audio because he is set up with a very twisted question by a CBS reporter. And the way he pushes back is the way we all have to begin to push back because if we don't This country already overrun by hundreds of thousands, according Tioga Ordinate Chang, researcher on communist China, hundreds of.
"joseph mccarthy" Discussed on Here & Now
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"joseph mccarthy" Discussed on Here & Now
"Finally. That's the word. Many are using the latest step from major league baseball to elevate the negro leagues to major league status. It wasn't until nineteen forty seven that the league allowed. Jackie robinson to play and before that the negro leagues flourished with some of baseball's most iconic players like robinson and willie mays mike pesca here and now sports analysts joins us to talk about this and he hosts the daily podcast. The gist at slate dot com. And my why did it take so long. Hello well in one thousand nine hundred thousand nine. There was a committee to answer the question. Which other league should we count as official statistics and they included leagues like the federal league and some other leagues that some of them died out in the one thousand nine hundred but of course at that time major league baseball had only been integrated for a little over two decades and the powers that be simply did not regard and this is an incorrect assumption. Simply did not regard the negro leagues as on a par with major league baseball. But since then there's been a huge movement in the stats community among historians and just among people who love great players like hank aaron and willie mays to correct that wrong yeah. It's hard to separate those dynamic players To elevate them to this level because they were so dynamic there are no negro league players. There are negro league players in the baseball hall of fame. Already i should say but what does it actually mean that. The negro leagues are now equal to the major leagues. One thing is the record books. So statistics accumulated in the negro leagues through a period between one thousand nine hundred thousand nine hundred forty eight when there was integration in the last negro league world series was played. Those will count in the official record. Books it'll change some record slightly. For instance willie. Mays did play a few games in the negro leagues. And we don't know how many hits he had but we are sure that he had at least seventeen so those will add to his totals on the other hand there are some great players where their feats are essentially the thing of lore and legend. So the great josh gibson hall of fame plaque says he hit about or almost eight hundred home runs. We just don't know so he's not going to jump ahead of barry bonds on the official chart but when we can and and they're still doing research on this when they can ascertain and confirm statistics. Those will be added to the record books. They're only a a handful of men who played in the negro leagues still alive. One of them is is ninety. Six year old. Bill greece and he lives in birmingham alabama and he played for the birmingham black barons Greece spoke with. Npr's tom goldman. Let's listen we would together. Who had good attendances at the ballgames.
White House aide says he briefed Trump about Alabama and Hurricane Dorian
"Following hurricane dory and it's lashing out at the carolinas right now as it turns up the eastern seaboard and a little while ago president trump's homeland security purity advisor over the white house but statement offering a new defense for the president's false warning about the storm threat to alabama and beyond a country is still facing in some serious problems as this hurricane moves up the atlantic coast but the president still tweeting over and over and over again about the outdated forecasts evolving a threat which never really existed to alabama. Hey sorta politicized the national weather service wall and this would be comical. If this wasn't reality that's playing out you know when this first tweet came out of his first initial tweet a mentioning alabama <hes> in the path of the storm over the weekend people chuckled and then they moved don. No one would be talking about this if he were not so persistent had dug his heels in. It's not very difficult to just say you know what i made. An initial error. Let's focus now on the actual path of the storm not to mention all of those people facing the destruction that we've seen play out through the bahamas if he had been talking about relief that needs to be given and the relief that the us is providing to the bahamas and people in the path of the storm that would be something that would be helpful as opposed to constantly instantly talking about something that no one really cares about but it's emblematic of this administration of this president who just can't admit when he is wrong. It sounds trivial but think think about what would happen. If we face a military action that needs to be taken and iran or a missile launch from north korea. We have to be able to trust this this president and at a time when we are facing a hurricane that is hitting u._s. Soil he is now diverting resources to cover his own tracks. Imagine all of the the work that has to be done to come up with these maps that he's now highlighting you see the the look on the face of kevin mclean and his acting homeland. <hes> defense is security agency and the head and you see him sitting there without chart with the sharpie. It's embarrassing and it's unnecessary jeffrey. This is a sharpie. If you've ever seen it wasn't it wasn't you it. It wasn't me but i use a sharp once in a while. But what do you make of the mystery of who actually used the sharpie to distort that official government map. You know who i i. I do not have the answer but i do have one answer. I watched recently. There's a new documentary. It's coming out shortly about roy cohn. Who was the corrupt unethical lion ryan lawyer who was a mentor to donald trump and it really explains a lot of what's going on even today because roy cohn who was an aide joseph mccarthy earthy he believed in you fight about everything no matter how trivial you never let a charge go unanswered you and you lie if necessary to to respond to it and that's what's going on here of course this is a completely ridiculous controversy which would be forgotten but for the president's insistence in on fighting with the news media but remember he was also fighting with the actress debra messing over the weekend as this hurricane was bert baron another it it it it seems like madness but this is who he is and he got elected once and he got elected again and then they put out this official statement the board of the president's homeland security advisers clearly the white house is looking for someone to blame certainly looks like i mean this is government resources taking the time again and the energy energy to find someone go out there and defend the president from this. I mean trump. We've always known that he's really sensitive to what people say about it on t._v. You know he's looking at the headlines and we've had five days now of people calling him out looking for him to just issue an apology and move on not only that he was totally roasted last night on late night. Television people are laughing at this whole line and you know did he was he drew it so you know he clearly they spent the time to go out and march someone out there and make this statement and it creates a real optics problem for the white house because you know i'm not gonna get say what the president's thinking right now but it makes it look like he cares more about defending himself his own reputation than he does about people who are actually dying right now and who need help you know he could've made this because that's true right. Maybe because these people yeah well i i agree with jeffrey. Look this was a missed opportunity for the president to talk about both the impending danger and peril for people along on the coast of the carolinas and georgia and maybe even virginia and also to talk about as you say people who are in real distress in bahamas a neighboring country right of our shores. I actually think this case wolf that the president and the white house thinks they have a grain of genuine grievance here going back several days about this alabama alabama thing but once you get past sharpie gate once you get past all of these tweets they've completely squandered any opportunity for people to take them seriously and over the a broad stretch of time they've squandered in the opportunity for people to give them the benefit of the dow wolff because we've been through a situation where our washington post colleagues have uncovered twelve thousand thousand false and misleading statements by the president we've been through the president lying about what he knew about stormy daniels we've been through the president lying about crowd sizes and so at this point who would give him the benefit of the doubt in this interesting because our jake tapper jeffrey just now reporting that the fox news senior white house correspondent john roberts had just finished his three p._m. Live shot on thursday when the president beckoned tim to come into the oval office according to jake the president had one argument to make according to an internal fox email roberts sent about the meeting provided to c._n._n. Any stress to me that forecasts for dorian last week have alabama in the warning cone roberts rope. He insisted that it is unfair. To alabama was never threatened by the storm not clearly the president is very sensitive to the suggestion that he'd misspoke your thank. Thank you think he's gone on for this for days and days over this completely trivial misstatement it seems like it or if they had simply said it was an earlier forecast i mean there are a million ways to deal with this that it would be completely forgotten at this point but this is the roy contraining you fight back constantly on every issue and and you know and i think it is worth pausing to remember that there are a lot of people who like that he does. How's this for the fact that we're viewing it. Is this terrible gaffe an embarrassing and you know the fact that he's sticking it to the news media and calling us fake news a lot of people belykh that and so that is worth remembering here to
"joseph mccarthy" Discussed on Skullduggery
"I can't say I, I don't know. But I will say this the media landscape is going to become more fragmented, not less fragment, and it's not the first time we've had a fragmented Megan landscape in American history, you had partisan newspapers. During the times of the founding fathers. The turn of last century, you had dozens of newspapers in New York alone. What what remains to be seen is whether there will be a main a to mainstream source of news that most Americans trust. I don't know the answer to that, but let me make one comment though about Walter Cronkite, Cronkite. There are two sort of icons of twentieth century television news, Edward, r Murrow, and Walter Cronkite. And I think their finest moments referenced one with Walter Cronkite come when they are entered editorializing Walter Cronkite. Goes to Vietnam and says, this is not a winnable campaign. It's a stalemate at best as you pointed out. Michel Lindon Johnson says, if I can't get Walter Cronkite, if I've lost Walter Cronkite, I've lost America and to some degree he realizes that he needs to step down from the presidency in order to heal the nation and find peace in Vietnam. But Edward Murrow also had his finest moment when he stood up to Joseph McCarthy, we don't remember those senators who align themselves with Joseph McCarthy in the twenty first century. We do remember the journalists. The reason they were able to have an impact when they editorialize is because they were trusted and Doug, you wrote the book on Krung Cronkite, and I think Mark hit of important point. I don't think we're ever I think is can be there is never going to be a Cronkite figure that everybody trust. Again, if I had to pick one right now, real crisis occurs on television. I think it's wolf. Blitzer wolf is hard to tell whether he's right or left, and he's a, he never. Editorialize did never. Never. Aditorial is this. And I don't know if any of you seen the mission impossible movie, but we'll split in it where there's a nuclear war and we're all going to be watching wolf fence. The one, you know. One person also, it doesn't age. The years. I'm just having a little fun and praising colleague. We'll does a good job, but Cronkite ran television, which is the new medium from nineteen fifty when he retired in one thousand nine hundred eighty one by time he became the most trusted man in America because everybody distrusted everybody else. People distrusted Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, Henry Kissinger, Robert McNamara due to Vietnam. By default, Walter Cronkite became the most trusted man in America. He quit in eighty one and it's telling because that's it was just at the time, your nights Seventy-nine. Cable news was born and now of course, social media and and other ways that people get get their information that we're not all turn and then people's lifestyles changed. We're not all like we're going home and eating supper to watch the Cronkite news. We get our, we tape things. We we, we get it online. We grabber news like a, yeah. Ah, who whenever people want, you know? So those days of Cronkite are over. He had a great run and he's historic figure, and I agree with Mark his, they cash their trust in on these great moments, Murrow McCarthy Cronkite on the at Phnom, but they had earned a lot of trust Moore in World War Two and Cronkite in the Kennedy assassination, but they decided their a moral imperative that they had to put their chips on the table. Bring this back to Trump from minute because throughout our history, great presidents have been able to learn how to use almost intuitively understand the media technology of their time, whether it's FDR and the radio JFK and the first television age President. Reagan the great communicator, but has any president. Been able to dominate media in an exploit the current technology and the way the Donald Trump has differences. He can go immediately to the masses. You know the as you mentioned too great politicians master the media of their ages for for for Jefferson. It was partisan newspapers. ABRAHAM LINCOLN exploited the fledgling art of photography in order to launch his nine hundred eighteen sixty presidential campaign. But the difference is that all Donald Trump has to do is pull his phone out of his pocket and tweet away..
"joseph mccarthy" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"The Russians offered help the campaign except that help the Russians gave help and the president made full use of that help. And that is pretty damning whether it is proof beyond reasonable doubt of conspiracy or not. Do you know of any instance where the and said, we're going to do it this way we're going to do with WikiLeaks. We're going to do it through DC leaks. This is how we're going to get this information out there. I can't come at that is an issue that we have been investigating and I don't wanna come in at this point or not what the state of that evidence is. Sorry, that wasn't Joseph McCarthy. Has Adam Schiff saying. Differences. Same thing, right? They're just using the Russian scare to to get people afraid and work. Their political will in the story is not the story. The story is the agenda. That's what you're seeing. When you see the Russian collusion story, you're seeing an agenda. You're not seeing the real investigation into Russian meddling, which I'm sure is going on. So one of the things that happened in this was not Joseph McCarthy because McCarthy was a Senator, but over in the house they had what was called Hugh the house un-american activities committee, and they began calling up anybody who had ever had any kind of communist leaning and was kind of it was on fair because people intellectuals and even working class people thought, oh, that was wonderful. Communist comm- somebody once said I saw I've seen the future in the Soviet Union and it works. And so people join these communist clubs. But as the the stories of Stalin's atrocities came forward, people got wise and they saw what it was, and they saw the left always is which is controlling overbearing to radical philosophy that wants to force everybody into a vision of goodness. Even if it means. Killing tens of millions of people, a lot of people left. And so it was kind of unfair when the house on American activities committee would call them up and they would say, you know, they would call them before congress and say, you were a communist. Now name your friends who are also there named people. So it forced you in the position of being a rat and it was overdone. It was, you know, too much. It was too much an overreaction to what was actually happening. The fact that there were actually spot and it happened in Hollywood. So it happened in Hollywood and they went after some guys who writers and actors and producers and directors who had been a Hollywood who had been communists and people started getting blacklisted. Right. So there was this blacklist. You couldn't work because you're a communist and talented people, adult and Trumbull a terrible human being an absolute communist. But he was a terrific writer. He wrote Spartacus under a pseudonym great film, but there were guys who said, you know what? These communists are bad guys and I'm going to testify, I'm not going to go to jail on knocking to ruin my career and guys like Ilya Kazan. Who was one of the great directors of the fifties, bud Schober, a really good writer. They testified and people started to ostracize them. Once the you blacklists sort of went away and they, they made a movie. I is one of the classic films of all time called on the waterfront with with Marlon Brando in which moral and Brenda plays a dockworker. The doctor owned by the mob and it's about will Marlon Brando testify against the mob and what Kazan sh Shubert Hussein is a sometimes ratting people out is the right thing to do when they're really rats. And so all this stuff has gone on and on forever. The horror, the horror that people in Hollywood were Cy. I mean, God forbid they had been Nazis than nobody would worry about it. They were communist was was resulted in far more deaths than the Nazi regime. The communist regime murdered far, far, many people, but you know that they were that Hollywood was silence. They were furious about it. But the story was never the story. It was never about the fact that people were silenced. It was about the fact that they were silenced. It was never about the fact that Hugh act overstepped its bounds or Joseph McCarthy overstepped its bounds..
Taliban kidnaps more than 100 bus passengers
"About what One hundred fifty people. Reported to have been kidnapped after Taliban militants launched an ambush on three buses the passengers travelling. From Afghanistan's Takhar, province to the capital. Kabul. To meet their families for the festival of evil other, when Taliban fighters abducted them a local official said security forces had managed to rescue most. Of. The passengers though more than twenty people were still being held hostage one of the released passengers said the. Taliban were trying to find out whether soldiers our government officials were traveling on the buses they. Have stopped the incident comes the morning after the Afghan president. Ashraf Ghani announced a conditional three months, ceasefire with the Taliban let's BBC correspondent on barrage on at the.
"joseph mccarthy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Panicked Stories Governor governor take a look at the the president was has been tweeting quite a bit this. Morning as you, noted he sent out a series of tweets this morning about the Russian investigation cleaned writing this morning, quote study the late Joseph McCarthy because we're now in a period with Muller and his gang that make Joe McCarthy look like a baby, rigged which what do you make of that President Trump comparing Muller to Joe? McCarthy I, mean seriously Said earlier Muller hasn't said word one since this whole thing began comparing him to. Joseph McCarthy when, Muller is the total hero but it but it is ironic that McCarthy's McCarthy's lawyer was ROY Cohn, and every few days Trump is asking where's my ROY Cohn who's gonna defend me one wonders who is the real McCarthy and it's also, very ironic that he says that a few days after he puts out his? Hitless his, list McCarthy period that's exactly what he did All of the people he was going to. Take these security clearances away It's also worse than ironic McCarthyism. Was bad because it was undemocratic project is out with differences in, ideology there's nothing undemocratic about trying to get to the bottom of weather Russia hacked our elections and had the help, of people inside the if if Bob Muller wanted to avoid claims McCarthyism he'd be investigating what what's going on within DOJ and the FBI with respect to Hillary Clinton. And, all, these other job to avoid hints of McCarthyism by. The president I it's. It's it's his job to do a thorough investigation And he's he's ignoring a huge He's.
"joseph mccarthy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Hour sponsored by Capital One I'm, Jim, Taylor White House. Counsel is talking a, lot to, the special counsel investigating all things. Russian his personal attorney the president's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani putting out the fires on NBC I guess if I had known the outcome that Mullah would not concluded quickly that this really wasn't an attempt in good faith to try to work out some resolution to this I might have chosen a different strategy I'm pretty sure they would have but Puts us in a very strong position to say we don't they don't need, to question the president's reaction to media. Reports about the probe off the charts accusing the special counsel of going beyond McCarthyism Muller has acted. With the utmost discretion simply, doing what we want from anyone in that position following the, rule of, law it's, a bit. Of slander to compare him to Joseph McCarthy CBS news political analyst Leonard Steinhorn why was John Brennan stripped. Of his security clearance was a clear signal to others who still have this Cutie, clearances both in the government as, well as outside that if you cross him if you speak out against him he is. Going to use whatever tools he might have at his disposal to punish you former. CIA director telling NBC he plans to fights the unprecedented, action, by the president he is being moved from the federal penitentiary in Tucson Arizona Larry Nassar, transferred to another federal prison in. The wake of being assaulted their that. Physician convicted of molesting scores of, young Female gymnasts. He was assaulted within hours of being released into the general population at the Zona prison this year a. Ceasefire in Afghanistan may be with details CBS Cami McCormick Afghan president Ghani's office said, the ceasefire would be conditional starting, tomorrow and lasting for three months but it will continue the office said only as long. As the Taliban preserves respects it the Taliban has launched a series of high profile. Attacks over the past two weeks killing scores of Afghan, security. Forces and civilians just one year after President Trump announced his new Afghanistan strategy deadly flooding, in the Indian state.
"joseph mccarthy" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Harassment medication gentlemen oh man i like the guy who says have you no decency sir yeah no that's that's a play on the old joseph mccarthy thing have you at long last have you no sense of shame the guy's name was well she was a lawyer from boston hail or i think anyway but i i'm i'm so happy we were rolling live on that just happened to be in gohmert my new hero of the day my previous hero of the day was there eissa from california and he asked the earlier he just basically asked the struck to read all of his smoking gun texts one after another i just want to repeat it please okay sir sure happy to indulge you i can't pull away what the f happened to our country lease why in the world do you believe that this committee should not ask for the record of similar text from your private account to find out what else you might have said about insurance policies or about the prisoner united states or investigation that is a rhetorical question you need not answer it yeah he he went through the whole list we'll have the will of the whole list where we now have everything that all the worst things that struck said in his own words and thank you thank you daryl eissa for that and devon nunez is not on either of these committees asking the questions that's why he hasn't asked anything but tray gouty was going going at struck earlier today but but str struck wants you to know that you know basically he's going with the richard pryor defense who you're going to believe may or you lion is right that's cut three did you ever consider recusing yourself since you had such personal disdain for the person you were investigating i did not get others did require that ultimately sir i would not characterize those decisions is subject to saint set of considerations you don't think that it was the bias expressed in your text messages that caused mister molecule review remove you from the investigation i do not think that the there were that bias was expressed in those text messages high cannot speak to why director mueller chose to remove me from the investigation but i can tell you that those text messages are not indicative of bias this guy conley who against from from this area originally like so many other rotten democrats he's the massachusetts is spawned it's like a a cancer hotspot for bad politicians in dc he he said well they didn't all these terrible things you tweet it out here that you texted to to your horse faced girlfriend me they weren't they just indications of the way people feel where we live that's the only sin that's the word you sin you committed and struck of course agreed with them but the problem is not that he hated trump the problem is that he was the crooked cop who was trying to frame donald trump he fought hillary clinton would win the election or should win the election one hundred million zero so he booms a slam dunk espionage case against hillary clinton by his own admission basically this morning and this afternoon and then he tries to frame donald trump who supporters he dismisses as ignorant hillbillies who smell bad but that's not indicative of bias you understand jim you're next with howie carr go ahead jeb hi how are you i wanna thank continue under do a great job and i wanted to just mentioned that i had a chance to watch the suspect all the rest of them they look like rats lebron assistantship yeah they're just screaming and yelling if they don't have anything to hide jim why are they trying to derail the herrings you'd think they'd want to get to the bottom of this well however you takes time to get that retirement application yeah i i like the fact that he says i can't i i've been directed by the fbi council because you know i'm still say i'm on the payroll of the fbi but he left that he's he was escorted out of the building weeks ago he's all dud he's they're not gonna can you imagine ever having him run investigate i can't imagine them ever running an investigation to begin with he's just a pampered puke then he talks about his twenty six years of dedicated service chasing chasing lisa page around.
"joseph mccarthy" Discussed on WTMA
"An actual kremlin agent never so far as i know did even joseph mccarthy ever accused either truman or eisenhower of this mortal american sen are somehow being under the influence of the the kremlin and the consequences of this for us for our security for the new cold war or enormous first of all we have this ridiculous what's now become a mantra trope in the press that putin's russia attacked america during the two thousand sixteen presidential election no such thing happened even metaphorically but they're still claiming that putin's preparing to attack our congressional elections into eighteen this is ridiculous but it's dangerous because it's a warfare dialogue meanwhile surely we can see this every time trump makes a phone call to putin these allegations have semi crippled trump as the negotiator of american security with russia there's no precedent for this we saw how three john kennedy was in the cuban missile crisis any previous summits and there have been so many there's all literature on cold war summits american presidents went there more or less free to negotiate american security as they and their advisers thought best that's not the case with trump so toxic moreover had i think from what i've heard people say privately so toxic has kremlin gate bid i don't i don't know what your experience has been john with guests that quite a few people who really agree with us about the cold war dangerous and about the fictions of russia gate nonetheless will not speak out they don't wanna be called trope protrump or proputin so this has stifled debate here and without debate we can't we think our policy and if we don't rethink our policy which has been badly flawed for twenty years what's left if there's no rethinking is a policy that's on a crash course i have a seven factor quickly obviously much of this could not have been folded the way it has in the last let's say just four years so it began earlier since ukrainian crisis without the minimal the mental role of the american mainstream media it has embraced an orthodox narrative that the entire new cold war is entirely the fault of putin's russia this was not said during the cold war both sides came to acknowledge that they had contributed to it there was a lot of debate about it there was a very learned scholarly literature.
"joseph mccarthy" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Are you a ravens fan or do you just hate your dad who's a steelers fan you see what i'm saying yes really ravens fan hates her dad is a steelers fan dad being sam so she was that way because it was a way to do an f you'd or dad if so i get it it's gotta be a rough life ever ever your dad and everything's your dad never this rebellion against your dad but communism not great and mccarthy trying to protect this country against taking that turn and it was a real a real danger there for a while so when people it's the same thing i do with when they go like japanese american internment camps oh my god what were we thinking like oh my god what we thinking through that's not recycling bucket through what we're thinking is pearl harbors on fire and we have no idea what's going on that's what we're thinking right yeah but can you these are americans i get it not a shining moment breast moment but when you're asking what were you thinking entire fleet no we thought that everybody we're going to blow all kinds gonna blow up we thought we're paying his because we just got yeah that's what we're thinking so i don't say evil let me take evily evil is what hitler was doing over two evil let's kill a bunch of jews as we're trying to jordan peterson pointed this out mind you if you were in germany during that whole period you would not have been schindler you would not have been the person going no because i was only about thirty people at a thirty million right who said no the rest of them went along with it of course you would have gone along with it so i at i was at hey man i got this idea co crystal who's with me fellas come on man raise raise a hand i mean the way i taught you raise that stu little further goon helmet little more out front nobody stood up and said no because that's not what humans do right so at least joseph mccarthy had.
"joseph mccarthy" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Joseph mccarthy who is the senior judge on the municipal court bench if the conditions are provisional followed mr stokes and at the end of the year the case is closed off your record he estimates that as many as a third of the defendants in custody who come before him have some sort of mental health issue it's pretty much obvious to everyone in court these are not people that it's hard to determine what's wrong because they're just they're saying nonsensical things and their lawyers like going i don't know what to do here and that's sort of sort of symbolic of the entire community we don't know what to do here this is where many offenders with drug abuse problems or mental health issues end up the county jail but here in kansas city like in other places around the country they're looking for a better way to get those people the help they need and back on their feet he was staying in an abandoned house the next morning community health workers shero read and kansas city police officer eric anderson search for a man well known to police the number of police context triggered us to go out and see him because there's enough reports made on them detailing that he was mentally ill that we had a basis to talk to their first stop and abandoned house where he often stays he told us when we had contact with them on tuesday he said that he would like us to take him to one of the comedian mental health centers anderson is part of the police crisis intervention team trained to deal with those suffering from mental illness and substance abuse disorders the goal is to intervene before minor violations like disturbing the peace trespassing or public drunkenness land them in jail this is crime prevention it is it is but it's a nontraditional crime prevention they come up empty and move on to another case a young man anderson i spoke with a few weeks earlier he is starting to have delusions probably his first psychotic break that his mom as paint cameras up in this house to look at watch him about the meet him at a convenience store near a community mental health center he tried to get an appointment there but was told he'd have to wait until june i will drive you there's the christ centers right here on.
"joseph mccarthy" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Even when they start to panic in the middle slowly back up and then you're going on remember to the community of jr of jonestown the people's temple this was fulfilling is get really intense where it's getting like really really heavy all the time in and an really kind of mannix of gang of eight like they got to get a break they get to go walkout link go to normal school and live a life like the like the show different strokes but different strokes what was the one where they went to college different world different world the different world and then the rest of them or like oh do you understand what's happening here and the gang of eight gets perspective on them and furthermore word had gotten out to the gang of eight concerning jones's sexual proclivities inside the planning commission specifically how members were only brought in so jones could fuck him but they also hit on the subject of jones's pc meetings they rope quote all planning commission does is call each other homosexual askhan of each other sucks cox planning to smut plant dope on people who had a contribution to socialism y'all on if it's just it's mccarthy that's all of the it's all joseph mccarthy did to basically and it's also how they created the constitution what yeah this is how it started calling each other homosexuality gay harrogate in regards to to shimo right to see their first amendment your gay i also view the leap gang of aid is sort of like to remember the kids group from burger king of lille than it burger king cook kids' club gear.
"joseph mccarthy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Get a lot i hope bob and i really believe that bob corker is going to do the right big also yes go ahead the president speaking to reporters on the south on at the white house before heading to dallas texas for a series of fundraisers tonight meanwhile more on senator jeff flake in an se titled enough the arizona republican continued his attacks this morning on the president is you her just a moment ago and as we talked about yesterday senator flake will not be seeking a second term he wrote in the post quote as our political culture seems every day to plumbed new depths of indecency we must stand up and speak out and he began his peace reading about joseph welch it was on june 9th 1954 during the mccarthy hearings that attorney welsh asked the committee if he could make a point of personal privilege at the time he was the chief counsel for the us army lat earned look look england era no otto the point of her opponent aren't you won't look good that was june 9th 1954 senator flake in the washington post essay today said joseph welch reawakened the contents of the country in added we face just such a time now this morning the arizona republican appeared on cbs this morning nor o'donnell posing the following question why are you comparing prices trump to senator joseph mccarthy all this was a time when visuals mccarthy of got on her a couple of years that a lot of damage and nobody was willing to speak up seven simply let go through there were a few things a few voices were raised but until this time until this hearing whether chief counsel off for the army joseph welch her actually stood up here no decency sir that that really turn things around and at that point the vote was part of a threshold that i guess we have to get to and things changed after that people spoke out and joe's macarthur was not able to do what he did before what's remarkable that listening to your speech yesterday in reading your off at is that you're not just expressing her opinion you seemed to be trying to ignite a movement he he right it is time to take a stand against trump if he is dangerous to democracy as you say should he be.
"joseph mccarthy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The weather will make it a tough commute today a little bit of a lag effect in terms of flooding so even though the heaviest downpours tend to move in and out pretty quickly obviously the water rises and a has nowhere to go in spot so don't drive through flood waters the flood advisories up for some spots until nine am and then a flash flood watch continues to the cape in the islands apm on the heels of a violent monday night in lawrence last night at sunset police reinforced a city ordinance that bans congregating in public without permission lawrence mayor dan rivera appeared on night side with dan ray and spoke about the man who died after he was shot and crashed his car into a utility pole and three other men who were shot and wounded at a park there were no innocent bystanders here this for people involved in the drug trade mary barra says every urban city across the nation is battling the opioid crisis in some manner or another republican senator jeff flake of arizona says he has no regrets about saying president trump has debased politics with his roughshod style and social media broadside flake side of the 1950s era of senator joseph mccarthy who smear tactics alleging communist infiltration ultimately led to his center on cbs this morning flake said i hope or not reaching a tipping point you seemed to be saying to your fellow republicans if you do not speak out now this is so serious that you are complicit in the actions of the press oh i do think that the longer we go more this behavior is normalized that is a problem we can't allow our dialogue to continue to corset so i think the longer we wait serve it more likely that that is already i think we're seeing the effects of this new era asked if he thought president trump should be declared unfit for office flake said the voters made their choice he was elected fair and square in this morning president trump is tweeting quote jeff flake with an eighteen percent approval rating in arizona said a lot of my colleagues have spoken out really they just gave me a standing ovation the president is referring to a closeddoor lunch he had would gop senators yesterday on capitol hill to discuss tax reform wbz news time nine oh threetime for traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheel drive traffic.
"joseph mccarthy" Discussed on WCHS
"Was discovered containing three thousand four toys finish by giving at account that initially appeared to be barbie dolls manufactured by mattel that's so and so they're on their way back canada take that connects you're listening to now it's the news i'm derrick blair president dwight eisenhower served during the 1950s and during a very turbulent time politically in our country certainly as regards the the question of communism and how we were going to deal with that especially internally at the same time as a joseph mccarthy served in the in the united states senate the uh the notorious communist enter and he's often viewed as someone who kind of let it play out did get involved a didn't get it will deeply a in what was going on as many were falsely accused of of being a communist in and had their careers ruad i someone has written a book about this is a davide nichols he is the author of igf and mccarthy mr nichols welcomed announce the new thank you so much for being here good to be with you deri so it just to begin with two to get this on the record are you now or have you ever been historian yeah yeah i take i am now over here it is if we requested as long as we have that on the record from from the beginning in the spirit of joe mccarthy to great line so have we i mean sent this up force a little bit if you could because many people who are into history they they remember what the mccarthy it was like but uh but but but sent to see gene if you will what with the atmosphere like it noted joe mccarthy make his name well derek pay bear head fake news thursday's coup and uh and joe mccarthy was one that generate a lot of it thin air or the famous one that got him going was in february nineteen 1950 he gave a speech in west virginia where he claimed to have the names of two hundred and five communist seen this state department noted have those names and and uh he also accused go general george marshall i served former boss mentored treatment uh so but anyway you know he just had a pool of floating mont on montage of a reporters and everybody falling around seeing accused upset up next and uh and so.
"joseph mccarthy" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Sure okay no of course joseph mccarthy yeah that was his name and he was a senator three give a little background on the sky yet born in nineteen await if i am not mistaken that is right he's a scanty he went to marquette golden eagles go golden eagles really yeah uh you know they're from basketball no i i looked it up oh as he says pretty impressive i do know them for basketball though uh he became an attorney in nineteen 35 during the great depression and became the youngest circuit court judge in wisconsin history in nineteen thirty nine if aged thirty one berry on it is young for judge judge even then even old time he times that's right uh during the marines will were too but because of a hazing uh incident or accident had a broken foot so he was i guess discharged yes thunder years but impressively made it to captain in those two years so marine captain and he rode that froze worthy as far as using it to get elected to a senate right he ah he a nineteen four d four he ran for senate in wisconsin and lost but i that's where he cultivated his image of tailgunner joe that was his name yeah uh and he uh he he just kind of like you said road that military service for all it was worth yes but he did win a couple of years later a nineteen forty six and became a junior senator an.
"joseph mccarthy" Discussed on KTRH
"About that and that's exactly what these are you know i'm old enough to remember the days when the democrats with for around joseph mccarthy's name the senator from wisconsin beloved by joe kennedy senior among others a republican who uh was very concerned about communists who had secreted themselves and our government turns out many cases he was correct but of course he had to be destroyed so in any event how many times have you heard them say that's mccarthyism with his mccarthyism more who were the mccarthyite smell i don't even understand these stories the significance they wanted a back channel to the russians a why did they need a back channeled to the russians because it entrust the obama administration sounds to me like they were pretty damn smart i would want to back channel to other governments to i don't trust and did the obama administration no the reason you have unprecedented illegal leaks unprecedented leaks period it's because we are fundamentally transforming america so poisonous was obama so poisonous was his administration they and every damn peace of this government and there are holdovers of which there are a ton continue to poisonous government so they're pointing all their their political weapons at this president whether you like this president or not i like him whether you like this president or not it's quite beside the point this is not the way a republican supposed to function this is third world banana republic ramp coming from the democrats coming from the media they like their police states when they're in charge a claim though oppose them when they're not i'll be right back coming.