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"julian bond" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:09 min | 2 months ago

"julian bond" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Rumor. And you're using that nose candy, Julian. I'm going to take a test right here. I'm going to take a urine test right here. I got my little cup. He pulls out the cup. He goes, you ready to take your test right after the debate and let the results be published in the Atlanta constitution journal and all of a sudden, Julian Bond. This patrician this civil rights iconic figure with Schwarzenegger and drinking drinking water and right away, everybody knew he was a Coke head. Knew he was a Coke, didn't even need to take the test. I mean, congressman Lewis did that to his best buddy, anything to win an election. Now they say the possibility that all this partying has led to the demise of the city because how can you party all night? With felons with thugs with jog dealers with a Koch boy French French Montana published ten lessons learned from being a Koch boy. Ten lessons. You know, he's sort of like the don't mention the Medellín cartel, you know, don't mention Pablo Escobar, but you might as well mention everybody else. This is the obvious lessons. What the hell would you be hanging out with this guy? Unless he was supplying you some product. Come on, Broadway, Billie, you know, which I can have fun world. You know, he had to do that overnight shift. You need a little boots, right? Come on, come on, Broadway, Billy. You turn to the other DJs and said, man, you got anything to give me a boost. You know, nowadays, it's Adderall, you know, to keep you light intensively focused. But you know, the old white lines. Oh no, yeah, that didn't exist, right? You drank milk and you had cookies, right? What a liar you are. You should be a politician because they all lie. Hey, look guys, a politician. I like to. They all lie. Trust but verify our number 2808 four 8 9 two two two 808 four 8, WABC. This is all gone on hours before he's calling an emergency and telling all hands to come up on deck

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"julian bond" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:45 min | 2 months ago

"julian bond" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Very complicated recovery process for long-term housing and permanent housing for many families. There are communities that have to be completely rebuilt She says 17, rescue teams have been deployed to storm ravaged Lee county and are going door to door to make sure that everyone is accounted for. The European Union has approved more sanctions against Russia in response to Moscow's illegal annexation of four Ukrainian regions, as we hear from NPR's Eleanor Beardsley, the sanctions include a price cap on Russian crude oil and refined products. Russia is one of the world's largest oil exporters between 7 and 8 million barrels a day, 60% of which used to go to Europe. The EU is phasing out imports of Russian oil and officials say the oil cap will further reduce Russia's revenues while keeping global energy markets stable. The latest set of sanctions also introduces new export and import bans covering Russian steel and crucial components Russia needs for its aircraft fleet, EU officials say the package will deal another blow to Russia's tanking economy and exacerbate problems for its industry, which is already struggling to produce everything from cars to tanks, missiles and planes. Eleanor Beardsley and pure news Paris. On Wall Street, stocks tanked again today, the Dow was down 42 points. This is NPR. From WAB news in Atlanta, I'm Jim burris for time now. He's four 32, Atlanta city leaders are again fighting over the future of the city jail, including using it to house Fulton county jail inmates. WAB politics reporter Raoul valley has more on the latest dispute over whether to move inmates to the city jail sooner. Fulton county sheriff Patrick about wants to move some of the inmates under his custody into the city jail now. I am moving in a space where people's lives are in danger since you met last. We had someone openly murdered in our facility. Come by and show you the videotape if you want to see it. Because sometimes you need to see in order to believe. Lobot spoke to the Atlantic City council this week. So the question still is, can you sit there in good conscious and do nothing lobot says more than 400 inmates are currently sleeping on the floor of the main Fulton county jail, in August when the city council agreed to lease up to 700 beds in the city jail to the county, the council asked for a study of the jail population, including what inmates are booked for and Bond amounts. Labat is now pushing back on the need for a study saying he can provide the information now. City councilman Michael Julian Bond is proposing to remove the need for a study by councilman Jason Joseph continues to back it. We had to have as much information as possible. It's not to delay the process as not to create any sort of throw any smoke and mirrors or to derail anything so that we have a better understanding of what we're truly working with, has our 40th president Ronald Reagan once said, trust, but verify. Tiffany Roberts with the southern center for human rights Warren city council members with the change could mean for the four year deal. An independent review is necessary, checks and balances are a feature of our democracy. Undermining your authority and your decision making discretion is really troubling and I think it should foreshadow for you what the term of this lease will look like if it landed is not take a very strong position. Many advocates continue to oppose the deal wanting to instead turn the city jail into a diversion center with services for mental health and substance

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"julian bond" Discussed on The Corner

The Corner

04:25 min | 10 months ago

"julian bond" Discussed on The Corner

"What are you talking about? Make some sense. But you want to celebrate a future. Yes, but we need to take people need to get an understanding what black history, even is because there are people who don't know who Whitney young is or Julian Bond, it's like, if they don't know black history, what are you talking about black future? There's people actively campaigning to stop the teaching. Yes. It's like in school. You're talking about American history quote unquote. What? And it's crazy because at the end of the day, black culture is American culture. Black history is American history. But you should be teaching these things in class because it's part of this country's history. This American history is not just white. It's about that lens. Right. And that's going to be the problem across all the sports is until you understand that breaking tradition is breaking the white conservative rich person's view of minorities and athletes, you're never going to break this structure down. And fortunately, we do have young people, young white people who understand this and want to see change that they want to learn about other cultures. They want to do these things. They grow up and mix cultures with mixed friends and so when you ask how long it's going to be. I don't know if the change where we see a 50 50 split and ownership in the NFL or promoters is going to happen in my lifetime. And that's a scary thing. That's another 40, 50 years, we still may not see an even divide. Or even the majority, because the majority of black athletes are playing the sports, you would think. You would think it would translate, no. And that's why my favorite book, one of my favorite books, Charles Rowland's $40 million. There's so many people hated. It was like, how do you sleep for $40 million? Because if you're making 40 million and the only difference 19 40 billion, you're a slave. You're not, you're not making the same amount of money. You're doing things like you're never going to reach this level. You're always going to be on this level, which is the athlete level. And then when you phase out, you got CTE, and you kill yourself like junior seyal, or you struggle with mental health and all these other things while this other person get rich and you're disposable. Nobody getting rid of the Giants, no. The Dallas Cowboys are on institution. But Tony Romo, Troy Aikman, Michael Irvin, Emmitt Smith, they're cool. Future endeavor. They all can go. Patrick Ewing was the captain of the Knicks. He was like, we're tired of you. A man got no knees. Go play for the magic in the sonics, and that's what you'll retire. But the Knicks will always be an institution. And we'll always talk about James Dolan. Who is the Knicks? But if you name a black athlete for the next, who is it? Right now? Yeah. I don't know. Historically, oh, and I'm Patrick and he didn't even retire there. Yeah. No, I mean, pat was the face of the Knicks. But I mean, that's all you get. Like the Yankees. The athlete is facing the Yankees. Aaron judge. Historically. The captain. Oh, historically Babe Ruth. Historic. But whoever you say, Derek Jeter. The Yankees. There is no, I mean Reggie Jackson was mister October. What? But there is no face of the Yankees. It's the Yankees. Oh, yeah, the brand. Yankees cap? It's bigger than any athletes ever pay for. Unless you ask hove. You know what I mean? Maybe Yankees have more famous than a Yankee cam, baby. Just saying it so you break down those institutions that are constructed to hire and fire and own athletes and players regardless of their backgrounds, you're never going to see an actual systemic change. It's going to take much longer than that. We spent a lot of time in this conversation. I mean, listen, this is what we do, right? It's a nuanced conversation. And I know people, it's weird. If we have new listeners and stuff, they're like, yo, these guys are crazy. I didn't come here for this. Came here for like boxing and wrestling and MMA and welcome if you guys didn't know because this is what we do. We don't just talk hip hop. We don't just talk random, you know, me can't dress or brunch and all this stuff. When it's time to get busy, we get busy. And we love having these conversations. But now it's time to go to break because when we come back, we have to talk boxing and this might trickle into that conversation a little bit. We gotta talk boxing, some of the big fights that have been announced recently and then also talk about this weekend's pay per view fight it's still so funny saying that. That's the switch. Keep their members Mario barrios on showtime. So don't go anywhere. Be right back after this..

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"julian bond" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

09:18 min | 1 year ago

"julian bond" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"You're listening A closer look here on 90.1 wsb Atlanta's choice for NPR. I'm Rose Scott. As mentioned. The Atlanta City Council by a vote of 10 to 4 approve the deal that would lease 85 acres for the building of a new police and fire training facility on property owned by the city. But in unincorporated the cab county Projected $90 million facility, which would be funded by the Alert Police Foundation and the Atlanta Fire Rescue Foundation and possibly some funding from the city of Atlanta. But we'll talk about that in just a moment now. Earlier today and I press briefing the CEO of the Atlanta Police Foundation, Dave Wilkerson. Set. The training facility will be like no other in the country when we opened this training center in just two years in the fall of 2023. Atlanta will have created something no other city in this country has and that is a training center. That's not only best in class first rate training best in the country. Training for our policemen are firefighters, but it will be the dedicated to police reform dedicated to the public. And open to the public. Now Here's a breakdown of that 10 to 4 City Council. Vote Voting Yes. Council Members Michael Julian Bond. Andrea Bone. Andre Dickins, Dustin Hillis, JP Masic It Marcie Collier Overstreet Joyce Shepherd, who introduced the measure. Howard shook Matt Westmoreland and Cleta Winslow against it now than Archibong, Antonio Brown. Jennifer, I'd and Carla Smith Let's bring in long time Council member Nettle and Archie Brown. Thank you so much for taking the time. I really appreciate I know the last two days. You all have been very busy. So we appreciate you taking the time. Thank you so much for having me wrote my pleasure. Let's begin here and that's what the obvious explain your reason for voting. No. Well, I voted No, it was a difficult decision. We definitely need a new, uh, firefighter and Atlanta Police training facility. The challenge for me was the public engagement process was handled in a way that left many nearby residents questioning and uncertain and really confused about what was being proposed. And how would impact their vision for this being a green space worthy of protections and for nearby neighbors concerned about the actual Police and fire activities being so near their homes. And so because the public engagement piece was so deeply flawed and because so many constituents express concern over having this facility at this particular location I voted no, So in terms of the process before the actual vote, this was troubling. They were troubling aspects. Through your lens in terms of the process in terms of the community input. Now, look, I've covered this for I've covered City Council for a long time. I can't recall 17 hours and more than 1000 comments. In my time. What does that say to you about the community engagement and the concerns about this measure? Well, when you listen to the comments from the public, they didn't have a full appreciation or understanding of what was being proposed that enough in and of itself was traveling. If the public engagement had been done well, there would be more understanding about the scope and about what activities would or would not be conducted at the site. And so as you Here. The uncertainty the questions that should have already been addressed by the public engagement that should have been done. This has been under consideration roles for years for there to be a introduction of this legislation and then Oh, now we need to engage the public. That's very troubling. As I said today, Wilkinson almost four years ago, neighbors near this property have been looking at this have been concerned about protecting the environment. The trees, the wildlife nature for many, many years, at least two decades for them to be ignored in this process is one to be problematic. That advice around engaging the neighbors was not heated, and thus we've had 17 plus hours. This is not the minimum number of hours. We've had several meetings where the public has called in about this the public, Jess was A forgotten component of moving forward with this initiative. Then you've been on council for a number of years. How would you have liked to have seen in the community involved in a process you mentioned? There's been talks about what to do with this for years and years. So you're saying this process should have started 10 years ago? How would you have handled it? Well, I believe that as soon as the Decision was made because, frankly, 30 years ago, the conversation around where to locate our police and fire training facilities, we, the city should have really taken that on instead of leasing space and having temporary location, so 20 years, 30 years later, the cans being kicked to the Finish line. So when the police foundation was committed to a course of helping our city with these services day one they should have had Charette's and opportunities for the public to be a part of how this will be laid out in a part of deciding and understanding why other potential locations were not appropriate. That phase of explaining and sharing with the community. This is how we review other potential size. This is how those other sites were eliminated, and here's how we Selected the present site. That part was not done at all. And over the years that should have been full understanding about the path forward. Having a marathon from May June till now, just really was not the way to really engage the public in a meaningful Way, Joyce Shepherd. Brought this. Did you have conversations? Where did you ask her? While was sudden now the urge. And if so, what was that conversation? Did not talk to her. But I knew that Miss Shepherd. She is currently the chair of Public Safety Legal administration. And I know that she is aware of the need for this facility. She has. I believe the police and fire training facility. Uh, police facilities were located in her district. So she was aware of the conditions. And so I frankly just understood that she Was supportive of having a new facility. The questions that I had I directed to the administration and to the police foundation around the public engagement piece and the process that they used to eliminate other potential sites. What did you hear them from the Police Foundation? Uh, that they had reviewed other size and then that they had been disqualified, and it was more of a conclusion than more of a real thorough analysis of why not one site or another, And that is the same way they rolled out the community engagement. They told you what the conclusion was, as opposed to showing you the steps and the Ways in which they were able to weigh and evaluate what was in the public's best interest and in the best interests of the men and women who serve us. It just wasn't a comprehensive enough answer for me to feel comfortable with that process. Council member Archibong Did you receive any Potential influence or people trying to get you to vote. Yes to approve this. You know, we had a lot of, uh Comments from the public. I'm talking about other folks. I'm talking about Mayor mayoral candidates. Any other entities. Did anyone approach you to try to get you to either vote? Yes or no? I didn't hear from anyone except for talking with colleagues about amendments and in my unreadiness, also, um, talking with the police foundation again in the administration. The advocates for, um, but not a candidate for any political office. No, ma'am, No. One Should this vote have been taken up in the next administration? You think Absolutely do. There was an amendment proposed that I supported that would have allowed for the actual effective date for the mayor to enter into this 50 year lease to begin on January 4th 2022 But that would allow would be for the new mayor to come into office and to a farm that this is the path forward. That is an important point to emphasize because the existing 50 year agreement if signed today by the mayor has a clause in it that will allow for on 180 days notice for this 50 year lease to be cancelled. Why not wait until a new administration is in office of firms that this is the path forward so that our men and women who protect and serve us every day will not continue to have uncertainty around. Are we really going to have a training facility at this particular location? We've heard from so many people about this and and on on both sides. Obviously, you know you've been on council for a number of years. You know, you're You don't need to tell you in terms of the tension with this, but council member Archer Man. What do you think this says, though? To the community to residents..

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"julian bond" Discussed on  Smooth Jazz Weekend Radio Show

Smooth Jazz Weekend Radio Show

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"julian bond" Discussed on Smooth Jazz Weekend Radio Show

"It's james weekend. Show with to play. Only the best of your b j Guitarist jeffrey smith with a very passionate in surgery track called the incense wine and candles from the album rhythm of life part one. That was a mini concert. Also joining him at the top of this hour with saxophonist. Elizabeth ms with forever and ever you can find out more about her. At elizabeth miss dot com coming up. We have basis julian bond. Right here on the smooth jazz weekend and tina e please lockhart hardest radio station strong. We are resilient stretch. Return to also practice goodsell. It's own feel overwhelmed. Anxious various hope and connect. Stay in touch with your community and.

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"julian bond" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"julian bond" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"And in the spring of nineteen sixty, she had taken the initiative to get the student sit-in energy off at Shore, her alma mater and held off on the the big civil rights leaders to say, look the kids off To have the opportunity to manage their own Insurgency, right? And so sneak was the encapsulation of the situation movement, the energy of the sit-in movement, right? And so that, and snake took that energy into the freedom rides, cuz it was the snake energy, which said, the president United States and the Attorney General, it doesn't matter what you are saying that, you know, there's some danger here, our lives are in danger, but we've decided that with our lives. This is what we want to do, right? And so it's Nick really. And those students became the example of former students all over the country, right? The idea that students should draw a line in the sand and say look, that's it. That's enough. We don't want to live in this club. Unless we can change it and the folks that came out of snake or place that should critical roles in, in, in the fight for equality in America off. Julian Bond, Julian Von Louis Stokely Carmichael, right? You know, just snake really offered off, Diane Nash. You know, there are a lot of young people that came out of snic and not just came out a snake, but people who came down into work in the Freedom Summer and spread out into the country. Mario Savio, right people, in a lot of the different movements in the country, Bernice Regan and who also came out of snake name and Sweet Honey in the Rock that group home. English. All those were inspired by sneaking. Bernice says, the Civil Rights Movement was the borning movement, right? It was, and sneak was right at the heart of that burning. And and although, in terms of as your father says, earning the insertion. See what what signs do you see that this idea is spreading to savour young people around the country, it's not only through the algebra project, but other efforts that education reform..

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"julian bond" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"julian bond" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"So but so we had to do that in the sixties in this generation, is going to have to do the same wage. Natasha. The historical importance of snake that it's it really was a seminal organization in terms of what happened with the civil rights movement and you were there from just about to hurt. Beginning, could you talk talk about the the role that snake played in the the political maturity of a generation gap. So what happened I think was Ella Baker was really sort of the Godmother Force, Nick, I met Ella in the summer of nineteen sixty. And in the spring of nineteen sixty, she had taken the initiative to get the student sit-in energy off at Shore, her alma mater and held off on the the big civil rights leaders to say, look the kids off To have the opportunity to manage their own Insurgency, right? And so sneak was the encapsulation of the situation movement, the energy of the sit-in movement, right? And so that, and snake took that energy into the freedom rides, cuz it was the snake energy, which said, the president United States and the Attorney General, it doesn't matter what you are saying that, you know, there's some danger here, our lives are in danger, but we've decided that with our lives. This is what we want to do, right? And so it's Nick really. And those students became the example of former students all over the country, right? The idea that students should draw a line in the sand and say look, that's it. That's enough. We don't want to live in this club. Unless we can change it and the folks that came out of snake or place that should critical roles in, in, in the fight for equality in America off. Julian Bond, Julian Von Louis Stokely Carmichael, right? You know, just snake really offered off, Diane Nash..

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"julian bond" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"julian bond" Discussed on WSB-AM

"President's promised to, uh, unlock some of the stimulus funds to be used for public safety. That's an important message. Biden plans to sign executive action on some portions of the plan in the near future Reporting live, Michelle, right, 90 5.5 WSB a year after the Atlanta City Council considered temporarily withholding money from the city Police Department. It passes a budget that includes a 7% increase in funding for a PD Councilman Michael Julian Bond says they support progressive diversion programs, but we still have an overriding responsibility to keep people safe. Some activists complain they expected a different approach to policing a year after the deaths of George Floyd in Rayshard Brooks three Atlanta police officers are commended for their response to this month's shooting at Lenox Square that critically injured as security guard Michael Ware, Tai Kwan, Ross and Roosevelt Prime junior named officers of the week they arrested 2 15 year old suspects just minutes after the guard was shot. He had approached the teens as they allegedly tried to smash through the window of the Apple store. He remains in the hospital double DSP news time. 7 34 the FDA as a warning to The Pfizer Moderna Covid vaccines. It's about cases of heart inflammation in kids and young adults. CDC advisory group found a link between mile card itis after vaccinations They say most patients recover and do well but stressed the benefits of the shots outweigh the risk. Reporter Mark Mayfield says HHS points out the side effect is extremely rare, and it encourages everyone over 12 to get the shot. The longtime executive chef in Atlanta Fish Market dies from a rare heart condition. Bobby Holly is being remembered as a leader who mentored young Cooks and who was dedicated equality even as he served more than 1000 meals. On some weekend nights. Holly is credited with retaining his entire kitchen staff during the pandemic by expanding the menu and shifting the focus to take out orders. Holly was 59..

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A Civil Rights History Lesson

In The Thick

02:14 min | 1 year ago

A Civil Rights History Lesson

"Today we have a very special guest joining us from brooklyn. New york is gene. Theo harris distinguished professor of political science at brooklyn college a historian and author of the rebellious life of mrs rosa parks. She's co editor of the new book. Julian bonds time to teach the history of the southern civil rights movement gene. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me so today. We're going to honor one of the leaders of the civil rights movement and i. I actually met julian bond. I just can't remember where it's going to say that you probably did. I did meet him. And now i'm like you know i think it was before we had cameras in our phones. I mean bond is just a hero and a giant in the civil rights movement. He was an incredible human bean with. I mean his humanity just should out. He was an activist. He was an an educator he did. Pass away in two thousand fifteen. He was a founding member of the student. Nonviolent coordinating committee snake He had a political career. He served in the georgia house of representatives. He had to fight for his seat because of his opposition to the vietnam war and he was the first african american to be nominated as vice president though he withdrew his name and julian bond was an outspoken activist who fought his entire life whether it was civil rights to beaten way out of other people on the question of lgbtq rights all the way to protesting to shut down the keystone pipeline. Let's listen to julian bond in his own words to start off this show. This is from two thousand and two interview that julian did with phyllis leffler of the explorations in black leadership project at the university of virginia. Everything my parents. I told me about responsibility to others everything. I've learned that. The george school about speaking truth to power everything i learned about daring to stand up to powerful people and say no to them. Whatever the consequences. All of that came together when lonnie king came up to me and asked me if i would join this Movement

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"julian bond" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"julian bond" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"So charles. You have said that you didn't want to write quote race book. Yes i assume that you would however consider this book will the race books that i knew were of specific genre right so there was the race history. I cannot write every history book. I am not historian even the historical portion this book. I was pulling my hair out. They can maybe. I was getting something wrong and calling historian. I know making sure that i was missing something so i couldn't write that. And then there were the synthesis of our racism and its deleterious effects books. And i certainly didn't want to write one of those and that's primarily where dislike of. The genre comes from which. I never really felt that those books were ever written for black people. They were always planning something already knew to someone else. I assumed it was all too white. People and i wasn't interested in that. So who's this book written for back people. How do you feel about white people reading it. I love you read it. it's wonderful it's no longer. Jane austen wasn't writing to me. But i can read those books and they can be wonderful to me but that wasn't the audience for those books so we can re things where we are not the target audience and still appreciate that it was written in the content of it. Welcome to the latest installment of the freakonomics radio book club in which we interview an author and excerpts from the book. Today's author is charles m. blow an op. Ed columnist at new york times. Who live in his new book is a manifesto says so right there in the subtitle. It's called the devil. You know a black power manifesto. Here's a short passage. Black people fled the horrors of the racist south for so-called liberal cities in the north and west trading devil. They knew for the devil. They didn't only to come to the painful realization that the devil is the devil as julian bond wants. Put it america after all unscrambled spills i am race. We tend to think of manifestos of the past the communist manifesto marx and engels vindication of the rights of woman by mary wollstonecraft common. Sense by thomas paine. You don't expect to come across one in twenty twenty one. At least i didn't. But i would argue that. Anyone who reads charles blows book will be changed by it and moved though in which directions it's hard to say. The devil you know is both deeply personal and unashamedly political. It is commonly descriptive. One moment and fiercely prescriptive the next it. Channels the arguments and the disappointments of malcolm x. james baldwin and charles blow himself. It is a slender book built around. It occurred to me that i have been thinking too small all my life about my approach to being in the world and conceive my role in it. I had to remember that a big idea could change the course of history and i was uniquely positioned as a writer not only to express today idea but also to push it out into the world. The idea grew out of blows reckoning that white supremacy is an enduring feature of america. And what some people. Except as progress. Really isn't i simply cannot accept the progress it because the progress is premised on this. You should be happy with an applaud. The fact that i am inching my way out of oppressing you and he's only taken for india so far ends soon maybe another hundred years or so. We may be finished. My growth may be complete. I may come onto my cocoon. It'd be a butterfly. That's crazy to me. i was born into. It is very likely. I will die with these bodycam video. The black people being killed because nothing about that architectures chains. My liberation cannot be continued on your evolution. I can't wait for you to grow. It is such a passive position for me to have to take. And i will take it. Blow argues that too. Many black americans have been abused for too long in too many ways and that too many white americans pay nothing but lip service to antiracism. He writes that the black lives matter protests. Last summer were a social justice coachella for those deprived by the pandemic of rites of passage parties. And problems he also argues it too. Many black americans have been blinded by personal ambition or co opted by democratic party. That cares about them. Only during elections he finds the status quo grotesque and not worth preserving the me one night i said. Okay let me. Just write this down. And i wrote for like five days. Twenty five thousand words of a book proposal rambling messy full of grammatical errors thing. The proposal became a book and the book contains a plan. I realized that. I am proposing nothing. Short of the most audacious power play by black america in the history of the country. Charles blow was born fifty years ago and grew up in the tiny town of gibbs land louisiana. It was situated on the site of plantation once owned by a doctor. Jasper gibbs having grown up poor to know that your ancestors were not necessarily bits a strays blues. First book is a memoir called fire. Shut up in my bones. It was published in two thousand fourteen. It didn't dawn on me until i was reading. This book that the entire genealogy of my family all free black men as far back as i can trace it the great great great great grandfather in alabama. He's one who said to have saved up money and bought his own freedom. Blow remembers seeing an old family photograph a cousin of a later generation. I flipped it over and the date. The picture was taken was on the back. It was in the middle of the great depression and then the price of the frame which was extraordinarily high. And you're not start like good. Inflation adjustments what black man in the middle of the great depression. That has the margaret spent on this. Julius but free charles was the youngest of five sons. His mother worked in poultry processing factory before going back to school and becoming a home economics teacher. His father wasn't in the picture he was as blow writes a construction worker by trade. A pool shark my habit and a serial philanderer by compulsion. Charles was a good student field trip to the state capital during high school. He thought he might like to become governor of louisiana one day. They took us to the governor's mansion and governor edwards struts into the receiving room. And i was like. Oh my god this guy so cool. Who's running against david duke. At one point he says the only thing. David duke have in common as. We're both good under the sheets. Now i wanna be this guy. He stayed in louisiana for college attending grambling state a well known each bcu or historically black college or university. He wound up studying communications even early.

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"julian bond" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"julian bond" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"That's it's freakonomics. Radio the show that explores the hidden side of everything. Here's your host. Stephen honor today on freakonomics radio the new york times columnist charles blow has written a manifesto that he calls rescue plan for black americans. Be one night. I say okay. Let me just right to stop. How audacious is his proposal. Everybody's jaws on the foot to me. It's completely logical is planned viable. What i'm saying is that this is a revolutionary act. A revolutionary act never without resistance that it never without risk and is it already happening it has changed the whole dynamic sub a rescue plan for black america. That's coming up on freakonomics radio right after this hours news so as you have said that you didn't want to write quote race book. Yes i assume that you would however consider this book race book. Well the race books. That i knew were of specific genre right. So there was the race's history. I cannot write every history book. I am out historian even the historical portion of this book. I was pulling my hair. They can maybe. I was getting something wrong and calling historian. I know making sure that i was missing something so i couldn't write that. And then there were the synthesis of our racism and its deleterious effects books. And i certainly didn't wanna write one of those and that's primarily where my dislike of the genre comes from which is that. I never really felt that those books wherever written for black people they were always explaining something that already knew to someone else. I assumed it was all too white. People and i was interested in that. So who's this book written for black people. How do you feel about white people reading. I love you read it. it's wonderful it's no longer. Jane austen was writing to me. But i can read those books and there could be wonderful to me. But i wasn't the audience for those books so we can re things where we are not the target audience and still appreciate that it was written in the content of it. Welcome to the latest installment of the freakonomics radio book club in which we interview an author and hear excerpts from the book. Today's author is charles m. blow an op. Ed columnist at new york times. Who live in his new book is manifesto says so right there in the subtitle. It's called the devil. You know a black power manifesto. Here's a short passage. Black people fled the horrors of the races south for so-called liberal cities in the north and west trading devil. They knew for the devil. They didn't to come to the painful realization that the devil is devil as julian. Bond wants put america after all unscrambled spills. I am race. We tend to think of manifestos as relics of the past the communist manifesto marx and engels vindication of the rights of woman by mary wollstonecraft commonsense. Spy thomas paine. You don't expect to come across one in twenty twenty one. At least i didn't. But i would argue that. Anyone who reads charles blows book will be changed by and moved though in which directions it's hard to say. The devil you know is both deeply personal and unashamedly political. It is calmly descriptive. One moment and fiercely prescriptive the next it. Channels the arguments and the disappointments of malcolm x. james baldwin and charles blow himself. It is a slender book. Built around a large idea. It occurred to me that i have been thinking too. Small all my life about my approach to being in the world and concede my role in it. I had to remember that a big idea could change. The course of history and i was uniquely positioned as a writer not only to express such an idea but also to push it out into the world. The idea grew out of blows reckoning that white supremacy is an enduring feature of america. And what some people. Except as progress. Really isn't i simply cannot accept the prog it because the progress arm is premised on this. You should be with an applaud. The fact that i am inching my way out of oppressing you and he's only taken for two years so far end soon maybe another hundred years or so. We may be finished. My growth may be complete. I may come out of my cocoon. It'd be a butterfly. That's crazy to me. i was born into. It is very likely. I will die with these bodycam. Video of black people being killed because nothing about that architectures chains. My liberation cannot be contingent on your evolution. I can't wait for you to grow. It is such a passive position for me to have to take. And i won't take it. Blow argues it too. Many black americans have been abused for too long in too many ways and that too many white americans pay nothing but lip service to antiracism. He writes that the black lives matter protests. Last summer were a social justice coachella for those deprived by the pandemic of rites of passage parties. And problems he also argues it too. Many black americans have been blinded by personal ambition or co opted by democratic party. That cares about them. Only during elections he finds the status quo grotesque and not worth preserving the slow. Be one night. I said okay. Let me write this down. And i wrote for like five days. Twenty five thousand words of a book proposal rambling messy full of grammatical errors thing. The proposal became a book and the book contains a plan. I realized that. I am proposing nothing. Short of the most audacious power play by black america in the history of the country. Charles blow was born fifty years ago and grew up in the tiny town of gibbs land louisiana. It was situated on the site of plantation once owned by dr jasper gibbs having grown up poor to know that your ancestors were not necessarily for bits a straight blues first book is a memoir called fire. Shut up in my bones. It was published in two thousand fourteen. It didn't on until i was reading. This book that the entire genealogy of my family all free black men as far back as i can trace it the great great great great grandfather in alabama. He's one who said to have saved up money and bought on freedom. Low remembers once. Seen an old family photograph a cousin of a later generation. I flipped over and the date. The picture was taken was on the back. It was in the middle of the great depression and then the price of the frame which was extraordinarily high and it has like google inflation adjustments and what black man in the middle of the great depression. Have the mortgage spent on this ridiculous but a free charles was the youngest of five sons. His mother worked in poultry processing factory before going back to school and becoming a home economics teacher. His father wasn't in the picture he was as blow writes. A construction worker by trade pool shark my habit and a serial philanderer by compulsion. Charles was a good student on a field trip to the state capital during high school. He thought he might like to become.

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"julian bond" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"julian bond" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Looks like Jamie Raskin is going to accuse bomb. I'm not quite sure which questioned the senator was referring to, But let me quickly just dispense of The council's invocation again of bond versus Floyd. This is the case I I know well and I think and for raising it. Julian Bond was a friend of mine. He was a colleague of mine in American University. He was a great civil rights hero. And in his case He got elected to the Georgia state legislature. Ondas, a member of step of Snick, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. The Great Committee headed up by the great Bob Moses for a long time He got elected to the Georgia Legislature, and they didn't want to allow him to be sworn in. They wouldn't allow him to take his oath of office because Snick had taken a position against the Vietnam War. And so, the Supreme Court said that was a violation of his First Amendment rights not to allow him to be sworn in. That's the complete opposite of Donald Trump. Not only was he sworn in on January 20th 2017 he was president for almost four years before He incited this violent insurrection against us, and he violated his oath of office. That's what this impeachment trials about his violation of his oath of office and his refusal to uphold the law and take care that the laws are faithfully executed. Please don't desecrate the name of Julian Bond. Great American by linking him with this terrible plot against America that just took place in the storming of the U. S capitol and turn over to my colleague is pleasant. Mm. Thank you. Let's just be clear. President Trump some in the mob. Assembled the mob. With the flame. Everything that followed was his doing. Although he could have immediately and forcefully intervene to stop the violence. He didn't In other words, this attack would not have happened without him. This attack is not about one speech. Most of you men would not have your wives with one attempt to talking to her. The purpose of its numerous trials. You had to build it up. That's what the president did as well. He put together the group that would do what he wanted. And that was to stop the certification of the election. So that he could retain power. To be president of the United States in contravention of an American election. President. The surgeon from before I send the question to the death. Senator Marco Rubio, Republican from.

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"julian bond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"julian bond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Back to the Larry Elder show. Hi, Larry. There are some very naive conservatives that are Calling for healing and unity in this country, and what they're not keeping in mind is that the Democrats don't want heat healing and unity. These the Democratic leadership And they want revenge, and that's what this is about. And this is also about revenge for Donald Trump beating Hillary Clinton. They're still upset about that. So there's not gonna be any healing or unity in this country. There's not a single one of them. That is as magnanimous is Abraham Lincoln was so thank you very much very love your show. Triple 8971 s a G E triple 89717243. I am Larry Elder. We are really effective dot com studio. Let's not forget about the magnanimity of Donald Trump. One of the big applause line during his Campaign in 2016. Lock her up. Lock her up. He gets and he says, Yeah. She's suffered enough. I think I want to move on with my agenda. People forget that. What about the promises you made to your your your voters? Well, they'll have to just understand what he said. A lot of people were upset about that. Have you for gotten course we've They don't want healing. You mean the party that in? 1964 said about the Republican nominee, Goldwater. The California governor. Head Brown. Quote. The stench of fascism is in the air. 1980 when Coretta Scott King said about Ronald Reagan. I am scared that if Ronald Reagan gets into office, we're going to see more of the Ku Klux Klan and a resurgence of the Nazi party into quote. Next thing, water, said about President George Herbert Walker Bush. Was 41. I'm just mentioning this because supposedly, we're going to return to this era of civility that we lost when Donald Trump came in, You know the error that Democrats. Engaged in reaching out and Saying reasonable and Fair things about their opponents, like when Mexico or two said about Bush 41. Quote. I believe Bush. Is a racist for many, many reasons. He's a mean spirited man who has no care concern about what happened to the African American community. I truly believe that into quote Talked about Charlie Rangel before. George W. Bush is our bull Connor. Referring to the Racist. Sheriff of Birmingham, Alabama. That turned Water hoses and sic dogs on Civil rights workers. Julian Bond, president of the in Double Dip, 2006. Both Republican Party would have the American flag and the swastika flying side by side in the quote. Howard Dean, then chair of the DNC in 2005. Described the struggle between Democrats Republicans as a struggle between Good and evil, and we're the good into quote. Three years later, Dean referred the Republican Party as quote the White Party in Florida. Donna Brazile. Al Gore's campaign manager. But Republicans have a white boy attitude, which means I must exclude, denigrate and leave behind. They don't see it or think about it is a culture. Following year, she talked about conservative Republicans. Colin Powell. J. C. Watts was A house member. Republican from Oklahoma, also black. Quote Republicans bring out calling Palin J. C. Watts because they have no program. No policy. They'd rather take pictures with black Children. And feed them and if I go on and on and on Not easy being a press secretary. Is it, Jen Psaki. Greg Coulson. Great. Clarkston is a estar in reporter and he had a question for and she had some difficulty answering the question about vaccinations be using vaccination.

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"julian bond" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"julian bond" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Am Larry elder. We are released after that comes to you. Joe Biden says that we now should Reach out because When I return to the era. Of civility that we once enjoyed. Now we talk a little bit about this yesterday. I have some more examples. Just want the people who are just now paying attention to politics. You know that the treatment that Donald Trump received the worst treatment ever I've ever seen Republican president to receive Is only by degree. Worst in Republican presidents have received in the past. They've all been called fascists. They've all been called racist. Prominent members of the party. Democratic Party have said things like that. Prominent members of civil rights organizations have said things like that. And when they have Fine large. Nobody has said squad The biggest donor to there. Democratic Party. George Soros. Is what he said about George W. Bush. Bush displays the supremacist ideology of Nazi Germany. The Bush administration and the Nazi and communist regimes all engaged in politics of fear. Indeed, the Bush administration has been able to improve on the techniques used by the Nazi and Communist propaganda machines. End of quote. Vice President Al Gore. Said about George W. Bush's Executive branch. His executive branch quote has made it a practice to try and control and intimidate news organizations. Here. Mind the media. Of course. Left wing. Executive branch has made it a practice to try and control and intimidate news organization, said Al Gore from PBS to CBS. Two news week and every day they unleash squadrons of digital brownshirts to harass and Hector any journalist who is critical of the president in the boat. Anybody say, al, you know, comparing George Bush is AIDS, too. Hitler's storm troopers, and that's that's just probably going a bit too much. Nobody said anything. With the problem. Julian Bond was the president of the P 2006 Gave a speech at historically Black College. Bond said, and I'm quoting the Republican Party would have the American flag and the swastika flying side by side. Unquote. And they've been doing it for decades. 1964, the Republican nominee was Barry Goldwater. California governor Pat Brown said, quote the stench of fascism. Is in the air into quota. Coretta Scott King. About Ronald Reagan's campaign, 1980 quote. I'm scared. But if Ronald Reagan gets into office, we're going to see more of the Ku Klux Klan and the resurgence of the Nazi party into quota. William Clay Sr. Whose son, William Clay Jr remains in the House Democrat from Missouri. He said this in 1983 senior Quote Ronald Reagan is trying to replace the bill of Rights with fascists. Precepts lifted verbatim from mine comp. End of quote. Maxine Waters said this about Bush 41. You know the good Bush Quote, I believe President George Herbert Walker. Bush is a racist for many, many reasons. He's a mean spirited man who has no care or concern about what happens to the African American community. I truly believe that Charlie Rangel. Longtime Democrat from Harlem, New York, 1994. Can't say the word on family television. Otherwise they'll hook my ticket. It's not F word slur for Latinos in words learn for you know who is not s or in any more. Republicans just say Let's cut taxes, close quote. Many people know young people know that when you cut taxes, you're being racist because you were hurting minorities who deserve to have you'll pay more taxes. Anybody say anything? Even so, it's a bit much anytime Anybody calls for tax cut their racist. So then When JFK called for a tax cut far greater by percentage. Then George W. Bush did. He was engaging in Racism. Nobody even brought that up. John Dingell. Debbie Dingell, still in his seat. The new Republican controlled house, she said Back in 1994 about the Newt Gingrich led house. The new Republican controlled House is like the Duma and the Reichstag, referring to the Legislature set up by the czar Nicholas Of Russia and the parliament of the German Why Marvin Republic, they brought Hitler to power. John Lewis 1995. Quote the GOP is coming for our Children. They're coming for the poor, The sick, the elderly and the disabled. Close quote. Anybody else? What about the Amish? Donna was here. Donna Brazile, now a Fox News contributor. She was in Al Gore's campaign manager, 1999. The Republican Party has a white boy attitude, which means I must exclude Denigrate and leave behind. They don't see it or think about it. It's a culture End of quote. She also said this the following year. Republicans bring out Blacks like Calling Palin JC Watts because they have no program. No policy. They'd rather take pictures with black Children than feed them into quote. This is the era of civility that they want us to return to. Gloria Allred. Referring to call in Powell and Conda. Lisa Rice You mean, Uncle Tom types? End of quote, you know, the feminists. Jim McDermott. House member. Washington State 2000 to quote what we are. Dealing with right now in this country is where they were having a kind of bloodless, silent coup. President George W. Bush is trying to bring to himself all the power to become an emperor to create Empire America. Close quote. Just to let you know the you're a tyrant theme is not just new for Donald Trump. Charlie Rangel. George W. Bush's our Bull Connor, referring to the Southern lawmaker that turned.

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"julian bond" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"julian bond" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Stage. Larry Elder. Hello, Can you? Roosevelt started a third parties, The Moose party, but it failed. So we think we're Way can't get beyond the two party system of the reason Nancy Pelosi and Shep Schumer hate President Trump Asses. He's so successful, just like the heresies hated Jesus because he was so successful. If they could have just left at him. They wouldn't have killed him. But if Can't left President Trump. They just want killing. Thanks. Triple 8971 s a G triple 89717243 am Larry Elder. We are relief after that comes to you. Joe Biden says that we now should Reach out because When we turn to the era. Off civility that we once enjoyed. Now we talk a little bit about this yesterday. I have some more examples. Just want the people who are just now paying attention to politics. You know that the treatment that Donald Trump received the worst treatment if ever I've ever seen Republican president to receive Is only by degree. Worst in Republican presidents have received in the past. They've all been called fascists. They've all been called racist. Prominent members of the party. Democratic Party and said things like that. Prominent members of civil rights organizations have said things like that. And when they have In large. Nobody has said squad Biggest donor to there. Democratic Party. George Soros. That's what he said about George W. Bush. Bush displays the supremacist ideology of Nazi Germany. The Bush administration in the Nazi and communist regimes, all engaged in politics of fear. Indeed, the Bush administration has been able to improve on the techniques used by the Nazi and Communist propaganda machines. End of quote. Vice President Al Gore. Said about George W. Bush's Executive branch. His executive branch quote has made it a practice to try and control and intimidate news organizations. Here. Mind the media. Of course. Left wing. Executive branch has made it a practice to try and control and intimidate news organization, said Al Gore from PBS to CBS. Two news week and every day they unleash squadrons of digital brownshirts to harass and Hector any journalist who is critical of the president in the boat. Anybody say out? You know, comparing George Bush is AIDS, too. Hitler's stormtroopers ass. That's just probably going a bit too much. Nobody said anything. With the problem. Julian Bond was the president of the P 2006 Gave a speech at historically Black College. Bond said, and I'm quoting the Republican Party would have the American flag and the swastika flying side by side. Unquote. And.

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"julian bond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"julian bond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Larry Elder Hello. Katie Roosevelt started a third party, the most parties, but it failed. So we think we're way can't get beyond the two party system of the reason Nancy Pelosi and Shep Schumer hate President Trump is his. He's so successful, just like the heresies. Hated Jesus because he was so successful. If they could have just left at him. They wouldn't have killed him. But if they can't left President Trump they just want Tell him thanks. Triple 8971 s a G Triple 89717243. I am Larry Elder. We are really factor dot coms, Do you? Joe Biden says that we now should Reach out because When we turn to the era. Of civility that we once enjoyed. Now we talk a little bit about this yesterday. I have some more examples. Just want the people who are just now paying attention to politics. You know that the treatment that Donald Trump received the worst treatment ever I've ever seen Republican president to receive Is only by degree. Worst in Republican presidents have received in the past. They've all been called fascists. They've all been called racist. Prominent members of the party. Democratic Party and said things like that. Prominent members of civil rights organizations have said things like that. And when they have In large. Nobody has said squad The biggest donor to there. Democratic Party. George Soros. Is what he said about George W. Bush. Bush displays the supremacist ideology of Nazi Germany. The Bush administration in the Nazi and communist regimes, all engaged in politics of fear. Indeed, the Bush administration has been able to improve on the techniques used by the Nazi and Communist propaganda machines. End of quote. Vice President Al Gore. Said about George W. Bush's Executive branch. His executive branch quote has made it a practice to try and control and intimidate news organizations. Here. Mind the media. Of course. Left wing. Executive branch has made it a practice to try and control and intimidate news organization, said Al Gore from PBS to CBS. Two news week and every day they unleash squadrons of digital brownshirts to harass and Hector any journalist who is critical of the president in the boat. Anybody say, al, you know, comparing George Bush is AIDS, too. Hitler's storm troopers at that's just probably going a bit too much. Nobody said anything. When the problem Julian Bond was the president of the P 2006 Gave a speech at historically Black College. Bond said, and I'm quoting the Republican Party would have the American flag and the swastika flying side by side. Unquote. And they've been doing it for decades. 1964, the Republican nominee was Barry Goldwater. California governor Pat Brown said, quote the stench of fascism. Is in the air. End of quote. Coretta Scott King. About Ronald Reagan's campaign, 1980 quote. I'm scared. But if Ronald Reagan gets into office, we're going to see more of the Ku Klux Klan and the resurgence of the Nazi party. End of quote. William Clay Sr. Whose son, William Clay Jr remains in the House Democrat from Missouri. He said this in 1983 senior Folk. Ronald Reagan is trying to replace the bill of Rights with fascists. Precepts lifted verbatim from mine comp. End of quote. Maxine Waters said this about Bush 41. You know the good Bush Quote, I believe President George Herbert Walker. Bush is a racist. For many, many reasons. He's a mean spirited man who has no care or concern about what happens to the African American community. I actually believe that Charlie Rangel. Longtime Democrat from Harlem, New York, 1994. Can't say the word on family television. Otherwise they'll hook my ticket. It's not F word slur for Latinos inwards Lor for you know who is not s or in any more. Republicans just say Let's cut taxes, close quote. Many people know young people know that when you cut taxes, you're being racist because you were hurting minorities who deserve to have you pay more taxes. Anybody say anything? You might say it's a bit much anytime Anybody calls for tax cut their racist. So then When JFK called for a tax cut far greater by percentage. Then George W. Bush did. He was engaging in Racism. Nobody even brought that up. John Dingell. Debbie Dingell, still in his seat. The new Republican controlled house, she said Back in 1994 about the Newt Gingrich led house. The new Republican controlled House is like the Duma and the Reichstag, referring to the Legislature set up by the czar Nicholas Of Russia and the parliament of the German Why Marvin Republic, they brought Hitler to power. John Lewis 1995. Quote the GOP is coming for our Children. They're coming for the poor, The sick, the elderly and the disabled. Close quote. Anybody else? What about the Amish? Donna Brazile. Donna Brazile, now a Fox News contributor. She was in Al Gore's campaign manager, 1999. The Republican Party has a white boy attitude, which means I must exclude Denigrate and leave behind. They don't see it or think about it. It's a culture End of quote. She also said this the following year. Republicans bring out Blacks like Calling Palin JC Watts because they have no program. No policy. They'd rather take pictures with black Children, then feed them into court. This is the era of civility that they want us to return to. Gloria Allred. Referring to call in pal and Conda. Lisa Rice. You mean, Uncle Tom types End of quote, you know, the feminists. Jim McDermott..

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"julian bond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:23 min | 2 years ago

"julian bond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"That would be a crime to provoke somebody to incite them to violence. Show clothes before he did that What I would say about Senator McConnell that I think he has been a good leader. He's a great street fighter. I think he will be a challenge for Schumer. But he is in my view. Giving, um, some legitimacy to this impeachment process that I think is wrong. They impeach the president of the house in 24 hours without a lawyer and without one witness. Is that what we're going to become? Is the country. I hope not. It's sick. And his wife, who was the secretary of labor. She resigned because of what happened in capital and just, you know, Trump's connection to it. All this is doing is giving fire to these guys. I just told you how they play. Word on the street is he hasn't paid taxes in 10 years. Let him But I'm sure because he hasn't Bush lied. People died. Never mind the Rob Silverman commission that says nobody lied. They still say it. When Barry Goldwater accepted the Republican nomination in 1964, You know what the California Democratic governor said. Kept around the father of the man who later on became a two term governor. Jerry Brown. That, Brown said. And I'm quoting the stench of fascism is in the air. In 1964. Reagan. The book called the Age of Reagan. Written by a guy named Steven Hayward. Any quotes. Democrat, representative William Clay of Missouri, whose son by the Way, is still in the House. Same seat. Said that Reagan was and I'm quoting him trying to replace the bill of Rights with fascists. Precepts lifted verbatim from mine cough. End of quote. When Republicans control of the house in the 19 nineties. John Dingle, a Democrat. Who's Is it wife? She still has a seat. Debbie Dingell that his wife, I think his former wife Widow. Whatever. John Dingell compared the Republican House to the Duma and the Reichstag. Referring to the Legislature of Czar of Russia and the parliament of the German Weimar Republic that brought him to power. About George W. George Soros said, and I'm quoting He displays the supremacist ideology of Nazi Germany. When I hear Bush say you're either with us or against us. That reminds me of Germans, the Bush administration and the Nazi and Communist regimes all engaged in politics of fear. Indeed, the Bush administration has been able to improve on the techniques used by the Nazi and Communist propaganda machines in the fort Now how bad with George W. Bush He's so bad, even go to Donald Trump's inaugural, but he went to Biden's He's written off as a Nazi by George Karl. Those guys don't care. Nancy Pelosi after George W. Bush left office after calling him an oilman. You think of a give a damn about people said he was a really lovely man. I'm quoting her. He was a really lovely man. Call him a fascist when he was in office. They don't care. So, Yeah. Donald Trump personality made him an easy guy to dislike. But they've always used this. Reddick. I'm not done. Al Gore about George W. Bush. So his executive branch has made it a practice to control and intimidate news organizations from PBS to CBS two news week and every day, Al Gore said about George W. Bush and every day they only squadrons of digital brownshirts look up brownshirts young people. Digital brownshirts to a hash to harass and Hector any journalist who is critical of the president into quote Brown round church where the thugs that Adolf Hitler used to gain and maintain power look it up. Al Gore just compared George W. Bush the brownshirts. Anybody have problem with that? When is the healing going to start? I'm just asking. Harry Belafonte. The entertainer activists marched with MLK. He was criticizing George W. Bush, calling him a racist and someone said, Well, what about Condi Rice and call in Powell's? Surely they wouldn't work for a racist. And he said, and I'm responding. Hitler had a lot of Jews high up in the hierarchy of the Third Reich in the quote. Anybody on the left. Say you're Harry Eyes. Harry. Harry? Yeah. Anybody Julian Bond, then the chairman of the double dip, He played the Nazi card a bunch of times. 2006, speaking at a historically black college. Bond said. And I'm quoting the Republican Party would have the American flag and the swastika flying side by side. End of quote. 10 years before Trump. Governor of with content the time Scott Walker Republican he dared to rein in some of the excessive public employee compensation packages. A prominent hard left block called Live com dot org's posted in 2011 and I'm quoting Scott Walker is a fascist, perhaps not in the classical sense. If he doesn't operate in the streets, but a fascist. Nonetheless, he is a fascist for his program takes immediate and direct aim at a sector of the working class in the quote. So if you do something that someone deems to hurt the working class you are by definition says this Hard left post, a fascist I've got more They want to heal because after all, we've gone through a difficult time. Never in the past, Has anybody had such venom. Except.

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"julian bond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"julian bond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Have been burning in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Do not get it twisted and think that this is some something that has not never happened before. And then this is so terrible and where we in these savages and all of that This is how this country was started. People get mad and people get sick of it. People are risking Cove ID to explain to this country that we're fed up. Most off. The major movements in American history have started the grassroots level and at some point have turned into direct conflict with American government. So remember your history before you judge your present sluggishness is thuggish nous What? Wherever it comes from politically and we should be the first to call it out. I disagree. Now the mayor of Portland, Ted Wheeler, just went bonkers when this reporter and she wasn't even trying to catch him. In my opinion, very politely ask him whether or not he might have fostered the Atmosphere that led to the Capitol Hill violence because of the passive way you treated people in the streets were violently protesting, and he was not happy about the question. That firing Don't know what happened. Joy Reid is calling for the D bat evocation of the GOP. Okay. Neither one is firing. I know what happened. Now, Joy Reid says that she wants a debate education, referring to the Iraq party. They dominated Iraq under Saddam Hussein. You see, Republicans are like members of the bath party. And for you, young and out there, I want you to know. This kind of Characterization of Republicans didn't start just under Donald Trump. When George W. Bush was in office. Head of the P Said this and I'm quoting Bush has selected nominees from the Taliban wing of American politics. He's appeased the wretched appetites of the extreme right wing and chosen cabinet officials whose devotion to the Confederacy is nearly canine. And it's critical affection. Now. He said that before 9 11 referred Republicans as members of the Taliban. But after 9 11 Three months after the terror attacks. He did it again. He was talking about then Attorney General John Ashcroft. And the head of the Julian Bond, said quote He knows something about the Taliban coming from, as he does from that wing of American politics. End of quote. Coming from the Taliban wing of the American politics. This is a kind of rhetoric the Democrats have used against Republicans for decades. Decades. Maxine Waters called George Herbert Walker Bush a racist. I thought that was a good one. The kind of stuff they have been saying. For decades. Now. Top PBS lawyer. On tape. Quote. Americans are so nothing dumb. You know, most people are done. He didn't know He's talking to it. Undercover Project Veritas reporter Kids are growing up. No nothing but Trump for four years. You've got to wonder. What the trump deporting Children going to be like. Will be Trump supporters were gonna be raising a generation of intolerant, horrible people, horrible kids. What is great is that covert is spiking and all the red states now that so that's great. Ah, lot of them. Red State voters are sick and dying. This is the Top lawyer for PBS, which means you and I are partially paying his salary. What is great about Cove? It is It's spiking and all the red states right now, So that's great. Ah, lot of them. Red State voters are sick and dying in the quote. Stunning Americans are so anything dumb. You know, most people they're done. His name is Michael Beller. In case you're wondering PBS principal counsel, I believe is his title. This is the Top lawyer for.

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Georgia, Mike Pence and Gordon discussed on Z Morning Zoo

Z Morning Zoo

00:16 sec | 4 years ago

Georgia, Mike Pence and Gordon discussed on Z Morning Zoo

"Three new this morning. British authorities ID and charge to Russian men suspected of poisoning a former spy and his daughter in Salisbury England, there is no hope of extradition they flew for Moscow to London two days before the poisoning in March a British man and woman later came into contact with a nerve agent. The

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