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"katharine ross" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

03:09 min | 9 months ago

"katharine ross" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"Thursday morning. And we've just been contacted by katharine. Ross murphy who wanted to send a note of thanks to people who supported her recent fundraiser. she brought a book called. Catherine's all time cookbook. And peter spoke to her on the show here a couple of weeks ago on the proceeds from the sales of those books. Were going to the Charity or the community. Air yellen switch is based open North cork and she has texted into say the the that the proceeds came to nineteen thousand nine hundred and five euro. She says she has absolutely blown away. She's dumbfounded by all. The support shown she just wants to thank us and everybody who supported us. So thank you for that also with regards to the To this story that we had earlier where the young woman was living at home with her parents and she has a sixteen month old daughter. And there's no room in the house and she has been looking for a house for ages now and she's been told that it could be ten years before she gets a house and a quarter has been intelligence to say. It's an altar disgrace. This poor guard has to go through this. I'm in council accommodation myself. Unsafe apply to be. But i'm waiting for years on the contact. Forget into a house. It's ridiculous just because she has a roof over her head. It's a box room not a home. It isn't fair at all. A sixteen old needs room to move. Keep your comments coming into their. It's eighteen fifty seven one five nine nine six zero eight three three nine thousand six ninety six thousand nine six now My next guest is A well renowned person in the formula women's world. Good morning at laura. Hanan how are you are you in a hurry. Oh i'm very very well. Just let the interest in motor racing. Where did that come from I think yeah like motor racing in general. I've always been interested in Since i was a kid Remember being fly. Even saying i want to be a race car driver like this is just always been part of my life so and it's only in recent years that i've kind of developed into going for it myself. I mean like you know. A lot of young girls may have asked dream. I think like when i was a young child. I wanted to go to space but i never got there. So how did you go from housing to actually making a reality I suppose it's just something that never came out of my head. I remember being when i was a teenager. I went to secondary. School was very good at stem subjects. I started to realize that was part of motor sport and then i went on to do mechanical engineering in cit or mt. You as it is now So it was always kind of in back of my head and always drove my decisions for my life and then this idea came to me. During lockdown which was for the children's spoke about race car driving and i just thought this is my this is a way of getting the next generation to believe even more than i did. I suppose arm there in a few minutes. Because i do want to talk about that..

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"katharine ross" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"katharine ross" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Also this film has the fight The dog fight against the japanese And what what what happened is they actually filmed Real planes doing this They had the rogers Group who who flew the planes. And they you know. They actually shot in the air. Oh the talk fight. There's no cgi well remember. We always think go ahead. No sorry i think the the whole thing about how they are in the nimitz. And here's this nuclear carrier and then all of a sudden they go through a little wormhole portal. Whatever and now. They're right there before pearl harbor so the question is do they. It happen or do. They basically annihilate every zero in the sky and It's it's a. It's a great plot just for a movie that way as well. And then you throw in these classic actors and it's It's pretty cool. Well you know with kirk douglas. He grounds what is a. You know it's a. It's an outrageous fi- Idea is you know this ship going back in time But he pulls it off because he grounded. He's such a good actor and they and martin chief to they all. They all contribute to this movie being as believable as it can be and the Quandary they have some is. It's quite interesting now for you your uncle jake lamotta on my right. Yes okay. so how many times when you were growing up in new york did somebody here about that and then want to fight you thankfully nobody putting enough my uncle when i was growing up until all my cousins he used to Teach boxing and He we talking. Like when i was like four five six years old he would he would be teaching us. Boxing and And what would happen is if we let our guard down he would come around and smack us and you know it was like you left your guard down and they you know you'll get slapped a couple of times by an ex middleweight. Champion of the world. You may cure up a little bit. Gossipy she cared he would be like sissy sissy. You know come on man so just you know just one more question about jake did the you know the of course. The iconic black and white scorsese raging. Bull deniro Is that movie like well regarded in your family. Or they're like things in that movie that you didn't like What do you think of it. It's it's actually extremely accurate except for one thing. Jake never curses he. He's never cursed now. Maybe he's cursed. Money's been by himself for. There's you know been something worries but basically jake always looked at it. Like if you're a man you don't curse he just don't and he's also. He's a always was the quietest guy in the world. The least intimidating intimidating. But he was always. You know intimidate intimidated by his look but he was always the quietest person in the room. He never brang he. Never you know. Look to start a fight. Always look to walk away. you know. He was not he wasn't a he wasn't ambitious or or at least when i was growing up i said well as i said in in hollywood one of my favorite movies of courses army of darkness ash house west end. You did a little as they say a little fake champ in that movie. I did and funny enough. I got i got my big my big thing i got cut out. I was a i was in the film as a monk with a power or some bird on my shoulder and i was like running around While the zombies were on fire or something following and they want to cutting out maybe i wasn't such a good stunt guy so when they went to shoot the ending of movie sam contacts me to come in and and do something. So i'm in the movie. And so i- positioned myself At the hardware store behind. Bruce campbell holding us. I think it's a boom or a snow shovel. I did something. So i could be identified behind behind the bruce but i love and then i gotta ask you about uncle sam because that was that was your baby isaac hayes right great man great guy. I got to sing shaft with him and he was backup. So i was cases part. You know who's the main won't come out when there's danger all about and he would go you dr right. That was fun. I case no great guy. Just a sweetheart up a guy. You know the i missed you know somebody people when you get older. They pass away. It's just so sad. He wasn't that all you know nice guy and out all right i wanna make sure everybody is he said you can pre-order It now also at the shop dot com. it'll be out on may twenty fifth the final countdown. This is the us snits where the hell are we. The four k ultra hd limited edition with a lot of Extras in this and audio commentary with director of photography victor j kemper the absolute trailers tv spots posters and still galleries. And of course. This had the great ryan o'neal and the lovely katharine ross. And this well. This was pretty star. Studded bill yeah but most importantly for the military the jolly rogers interviewed on it and they actually flew so they tell you the behind the scenes of the making of the of those fight scenes pretty cool. The fall out and everybody make sure to pick it up. Bill less has been built. Thanks for coming on man appreciate. Let's let's talk movies against sometime soon. I've loved you. Take care bye bye thank you thank you. I'm rick it'll come on back on sports..

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"katharine ross" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"katharine ross" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"In the scientific crime? You're what? Yeah, He showed us how he always gets his man without even leaving his dad won't be gone. Charlie Clark certainly lost. Hey, Henry. Excuse me, Nancy. Will he just walked in? Opened in it tomorrow. G. I want We're having a battle of land in line. Oh, come on. Bye. Financing, Willie I'm in here, Henry boy during that, Lionel Anyhow, you haven't heard Lionel was a big success in assembly. I know he was. I know he was. I was there. You were sure any was such a big success. You know, what do you offer to do? What? Come back tomorrow and give a practical demonstration. He's gonna track down a criminal by scientific method. No kidding, Boy, I'd sure like to see that That's what you think. You know who he's tracking now, huh? The two guys who rang the assembly back great. Certainly have one fine family. Yeah, well, here's hoping you'll be in your living room and hours next week at this same time tonight, Homer and Good night, folks. Way Always family starring as restoring this Henry with Jackie Telcos. Homer is written by Norman. So car and head jurist with music by Jack Miller. Mr and Mrs Aldrich, our house Jameson and Katharine Ross..

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"katharine ross" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"katharine ross" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Yes father already well father. It's like this homered guy. Tell you to go down to the dentist. Well yes sir. I did only. He said he'd rather wait a week until before he works on me. The families is transcribed as written by cliff and ghosn has played by body. Ellis home by jack. Grimes mr and mrs all rigid house. Jameson katharine ross announcer. Listen again next week. Same time same station. Sparkling half hour with the aldrich.

"katharine ross" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"katharine ross" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Of the bank and they give up or call alright then he's gone or something like that naturally there are at least right away but you can't live with that in baseball you guys are wave down the bottom what you're saying I was seven years of age January twenty nine nineteen forty actress Katharine Ross is born of all places in Hollywood California she co stars in the nineteen sixty seven sixty eight film classic the graduate she and Dustin Hoffman escape their parents generation by running away in the back of a bus my favorite scene is the ending St and Mike Nichols the director it just let the camera run it went on for a long time what really is going through her mind or they're mine does she get off at the next stop it so it was a terrible mistake I've got to go back I mean you don't you don't really know I think that's the beauty of that you don't really know it's a moment jumping into space on the music there from Simon and Garfunkel twenty seven faster back in two minutes now the human resources director Fernando Pino has Kronos for HR payroll talent in time he's completely crashing at he even has his own hype some supporting.

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"katharine ross" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"katharine ross" Discussed on KTOK

"It's awesome. That you all are helping using his name to continue, the heritage his popularity end putting it towards something good that I think is touched everybody's life in one way or the other cancers, just an awful thing. And you guys were there to help in a bunch of different ways. I think that's great. It's awful. It's scary. And we do we have, you know, resources for people, you know, the first step is defining out about what you have. And, and we have resources for people to find out more about what they have, and get in touch with doctors and we train doctors I've made to be surgical, oncologists, which is fabulous. We have a few hometown, Oklahoma hometown. Yes. In, in kind of wrapping this segment up switching back over to John Wayne, and your grandfather, and how prolific in big giant and NBN the essence of the western hero in star. What was your favorite experience with him growing up that you can remember that was movie related, which movie and what was your favorite experience? I get that question all the time, ask her about her experience on a movie set on movie set. So my favorite movie set experience was we I was on the set of the hill fighters. Okay. And we were, and it was just it wasn't like in one of those great fire scenes or anything. It was on the set where we were with VERA miles and Tim Hutton, and Katharine Ross and just had a huge crush on Jim. So of course, you know, I was bringing Jim Hutton coffee, every five seconds. We'll get out every time break happened. I was bringing poppy, my grandfather turns around visit this man is going to be in the bathroom for the rest of the night peeing. We'll not leave him alone. That's great had the biggest crush on him. And of course, has at Ross absolutely beautiful, and but that, you know, I just loved it, and it was, it was always a thrill, because everybody was so nice. And, you know, of course, my grandfather was always, like, don't make a peep. You'll cost everybody million dollars. Don't disturb the other actors don't mess with the set. Quiet. Everybody freeze your mouse. So it was always fun and exciting. You know that's really go. I saw on Facebook that Ethan said that he allowed a lot of time for you guys to talk to him. All what he was inbetween rehearsing lines. But there were two roles one don't touch the camera and to don't get in the line of sight. That's right. Really cool. It's been an absolute pleasure having you out here in person and on the show. So happy, I could spend your heart they with appreciate the presence, and the gifts and the time that we spent together with awesome out in Hollywood and doing Musso and Frank. And then what was the little time place, Mattel? Yeah, awesome really was great. All right. We're going to wrap hear the segment. Thanks for being here. I'll be back in Oklahoma City and we're gonna help you way. We can with the John Wayne Cancer Institute. Down nation kiss. Excited about that. We've with you. We will. We're going to stuff we're gonna work on state. Okay. We've.

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"katharine ross" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

13:26 min | 3 years ago

"katharine ross" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Katharine Ross is a professor of economics at the university of California Davis who worked for the boundary ministrations council on economic advisers as a senior economist, international trade and finance. She is a faculty research associate in the national bureau of economic research, international trade and investment group and a research advisor at the institute for economic research in Germany, and she's being visiting scholar at the central banks of Germany Portugal, and France and the Federal Reserve banks of Saint Louis and San Francisco, welcome to background briefing. Catherine russ. Carey in. Thanks for chatting with me will thank you. And vice President Mike Pence and other top administration officials are meeting today with Mexico's foreign minister muscle brand. And of course, President Trump is threatened to impose neck. Week tariffs on Mexico. They don't stop the flow of migrants entering the United States. And this, of course, is a very tough thing for Mexico because they don't have the resources the United States have and Ghibli in the United States. Can't stop people entering that borders, Mexico poorer country without the kind of resistance. We have I didn't have that can solve this problem. But how do you disentangle the political problems? And the fact that Donald Trump uses the border issue as a rallying cry to shore up his base. How do you extricate immigration and border issues from trade? I mean is this do you think this is the appropriate weapon to be is ING. They're international emergency economic Powers Act that the administration in using to threatened. These terrorists has never been used for terrorists before using this particular meal desiccation. It's still kind of uncharted territory. People are still trying to figure out, whether it could even support the use of terrorists, especially in the case of immigration, because it usually applies to an extraordinary unusual situation. Certainly or seeing very high levels of immigration, but immigration has been an issue for a long time. So it's hard to know whether it needs some of these criteria that the law stipulates, and so they're legal experts who are also trade experts who are debating this right now at the same time that president has called for higher tariffs on Mexican goods, even. As a candidate in twenty sixteen. He called for pretty high tariffs on all Mexican goods. Then he threatened to withdraw from NAFTA several times, which would also increase tariffs on Mexican goods. So right now, the trade issue and the immigration issue are really melted that threat for these tariff came on the same day when his administration seem to be trying to start the process of getting the new replacement for NAFTA, the US NCA pass through congress. He knows that an according to statements by the Senate finance chair Chuck Grassley with regard to stealing aluminum tariff. He knows that imposing more tariffs on Mexican goods would probably necessarily threaten the passage of this new trade agreement with Mexico. So again, it's just hard to see, you know, where the line is between immigration policy versus trade policy because. These tariffs are consistent with his past statements on trade policy. But what house officials went to the, the Republican caucus in the Senate, and ask for the corporation on imposing these tariffs, which are incremental to twenty five percent. They're really quite Coney. And, and they were told the White House official told that there is not one person in the Senate is going to support that. So she only that's gonna get the White House's attention. This is true at the same time. You see some senators like Senator, Ron Johnson went on record today, saying that he wasn't sure they were the votes, even though there was a lot of opposition. He didn't. He wasn't sure there were enough votes to ensure a veto proof disapproval resolutions to override the tariffs. So there's opposition as there has been also to the stealing aluminum tariffs, for instance, but. Whether or not this, they could get a enough of a majority two thirds majority in the Senate, and also in the house, we hear this is unlikely to override a presidential veto of disapproval revel resolution. It's, it's really uncertain. But if it goes through, it's not gonna work. It's going to impoverish Mexico. Even further and create even more emigrants seeking about a livelihood, north and Furthermore, doesn't Mexico have the ability to retaliate. There are a number of actual swing states, that would be affected who the biggest exports to Mexico. That's our own Michigan Illinois. And these new tariffs could throw Texas into recession and obviously, the study electoral college votes their place. I don't even understand from Trump's on reelection point of view what the lodge. Gic hill is can you figure it out? So there are two pretty great issues in your comment in, I is what the impact of these terrorists would be on the Mexican economy. So, because the Mexican economy is so interdependent with US economy, through trade naturally. These tariffs would be an enormous threat to the Mexican economy and to the degree that there are some slow down or contraction in the Mexican economy. This move could actually end up exacerbating immigration over the medium firm. I think that is, you know, I think that is a fair speculation. The second issue is how costly is for US firms, and yeah, that's absolutely true. The United States exports, two hundred seventy six billion dollars in goods to Mexico each year of very conservative estimate from the US department of commerce is that these exports support. One point two million US jobs. I mean, California, California's also huge exports to Mexico. It's California's number one export destination, and more than fifty thousand American small and medium size companies exports to Mexico. So it's not just big multinationals that stand to get hurt from this. In addition, we saw estimates today reported by vox by Gary Hufbauer at the Peterson institute that these terrorists could be extremely costly for US households. So we're looking at for five percent, the five percent level that would go into effect on June tenth about one hundred eighty dollars per household per household per year. According to Gary Bauer if they go up to twenty five percent up to nine hundred dollars per household per year. These estimates are rough, but they're very much in line with estimates. We've seen for other tear. Shifts that have gone into place. So I think they're quite plausible and this would be quite possibly to too many people, and what seems counterintuitive in this whole sudden ramping up tariffs. We already have a brewing trade with China now presents Tony's attention to Mexico threatening a huge rabbit increase in tariffs, if they don't stop the flow of immigrants at the same time, the US under Trump government have taken away funds from these three Central American countries out Amata under an L Salvador, where the problems I where people are fleeing for their lives. And because of the instability involved in those countries, it would make more sense to try and make life more livable in those countries for the average citizens, and you could do that for pennies on the dollar as opposed to trying to build a wall on the southern border for the mall when not helping Mexico Mexico had turned to the UN for money to help it and I. Understand why even in the short term of stopping the flow, rather than going to the source and fixing the problem, the Europeans, for example, providing money to countries in Africa like nesia, they giving them a more than a billion dollars to stop emigrants coming north and crossing the Mediterranean into Europe. So how can you put all the pressure on Mexico to solve a problem in America console and not give them any help? And I think you just really hit the nail on the head in that this is a very difficult problem. The places where it sounds like just according to an interview I saw Peter Navarro earlier today. Moberg at said it sounds like the US is requesting more activity by Mexico is in a area along the border where Mexico itself has had internal challenges. And civil unrest in the past, I actually was a peace corps, volunteer in the highlands of Guatemala about. Let's see twenty years ago where many of these immigrants are coming from, and you see, it's, it's, it's a rising in very much due to long term economic and political issues with their high mount attrition rates pervading and some of these areas where immigrants are coming from just real desperation issues violence. So I, I mean trying to address these problems where people are seems like it could be a really it could make a really big difference in people's lives, and their decision whether or not to try to immigrate into the United States. So I haven't heard what happened in these white has meetings today. Did you? I have not heard at this point. Now I only heard that there. I mean just sit there are meetings, it was touted as some like hopeful sign that, maybe the tariffs would not go into place Navarro was crowing saying, we've already got Mexico's attention as they can, you know, we can beat them without costing us a dime. But I don't think that, that's a realistic expectation if show you got Mexico's attention you're going to cripple air economy, of course, paying attention, but that doesn't mean that you can ask for the impossible, and get it. It's true. And this seems to be a strategy now that the administration has decided it's working. So it threatened other terrorists. And that seems to have proceeded Japan, coming to the table after a lot of resistance to talk about bilateral trade deal prior to the threat about auto. Tariffs. Japan was really sort of standing firm and saying no, like you to take another look at t p p before they would come to the table for bilateral talks. Well, what's your sense, then is this, do you think this has to do with a real problem or is this sort of creating a problem in order to create some headlines? And in the case of the border. Keep that poll thing alive to activate Trump's base that seems to me to be what's really going on here. And the everything else is collateral damage. It's hard for me to comment on the politics of it, as far as ecconomic and trade, policy goes, this seems, very much consistent with the trade policy that President Trump campaigned on with the policy that he has been pursuing in kind of fits and starts since he took office. So as far as trade policy goes to seem right down the middle for the way things have been going. They also usual. Well, I thank you for joining us. Catherine russ. Thanks for your time in and again, I'm speaking with Catherine. Russia's a professor of economics at the university of California Davis who worked for the Obama administration's council of economic advisers at the senior economist for international trade and finance. She's a faculty research station in the national bureau of economic research, international trade and investment group and research advisor at the how to institute full economic recession how to Germany, and she has been a visiting scholar at the central banks. Of Germany, Portugal, and France and the Federal Reserve banks of Saint Louis and San Francisco, this is being background briefing. I me and masters. I'd like to thank producer, grandfather's given this practice available at background briefing dot org, where we have just made it easier for you to sign up for Email updates as well as scribe wherever.

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"katharine ross" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

09:28 min | 3 years ago

"katharine ross" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Cary Grant, Jimmy Stewart, it was Doris day during those periods of time. And you know, the thing is I I sort of like some of those old silly romantic comedies that she made the pillow talk with which is right. And then Tony Randall, and then they went onto lover come back, and then send me no flowers, and of course, now you watch them now. And you realize I just say this objective rock Hudson was was was gay. And you're sitting there thinking, okay. You know, he's playing the romantic lead. You get the impression about what a great actor guy. Must have been in that case Doris day. Say also, I think my favorite role Alfred Hitchcock fan, and she was in the man who knew too much, which nineteen fifty-six movie with Jimmy Stewart. And that's where they debuted the case arrives raw won the Academy Award. Okay. Here's the other door. Stay piece of trivia. I'm a huge fan of the graduate. You've seen the graduate Dustin Hoffman and Bancroft Katharine Ross all that stuff. Do you know the Doris day turned down the MRs Robinson part really Doris day was their first choice to play. Mrs Robinson, the and Bancroft role. You know, the woman who's the older woman to seduce me. Mrs robinson. Yes, she was the one that they offered that role to and she turned it down because she found the script to be vulgar and offensive. She passed on the graduate and actually her last feature length movie was I think nineteen sixty eight so that was the last movie that stuff, but just I mean, just an incredibly talented performance all who just pedal, very interesting kind of life. And and really if for movies and stuff, and it tastes kind of changed in the late sixties where we went from the romantic comedies like send me no flowers stuff like that too. Some of the more hard edge type stuff she kind of fell out of favor. But you wonder if if she would have been MRs Robinson that is opened up a whole absolutely for good or bad for good or bad. But yet doors day passed away. I remember she used to have a TV show. You know, she used to have a TV show that ran on CBS for handful years. I think in the in the seventies and things like that. So she dated Ronald Reagan. I did not know that. The wealth of the issue. She she delta she she dated Ronald Reagan at some point in time yet the door stay show. Yeah door she appeared doors, stay show on television show as well seventy. So can you say doors day sales? She was just an incredible performer, and I say as big a star as you can possibly imagine. There is a report out of the journal sentinel has a big story on this. I want to offer a comment on the headline says Republican party maxed out credit card racked up six hundred dollars in monthly interest. As it tried to save Scott Walker. What what happened is there after the results of blast year? Lot of lot of soul searching and the Republican party about you know, was there something that could have been done that that could have turned the election around could Scott Walker have one could Brad Schimmel of one lot of lot of internal soul-searching was going on. And I will tell you when when people asked me about this in. Formally. I just always said, you know, it was just it was going to be I think difficult your Republicans because of the Donald Trump effect. Now hear me out for minute with you love, President Trump were don't he's a very very divisive force. And I think one of the things that happened in twenty eighteen and you saw this Wisconsin. And you saw it around the country is you had some extremely motivated democrat voters in this case, it was constant it was in Dane county, and to a lesser extent in Milwaukee county who ran out, and these were the people that we're going to run through brick walls in order to vote not so much. I think four Tony Iverson, but against Scott Walker because they wanted to send a message to Donald Trump that we're upset with you to an extent it was the same thing. I think you saw in Wisconsin in reverse in two thousand twelve when there was the recall election, and you had a lot of again pro Walker voters who are willing to run through brick walls to vote for Scott walk. Walker when that recall was going on. So history has a way of repeating itself. And I think that was and continues to be the overarching problem that Republicans in Wisconsin faced in two thousand eighteen now the Republican party decided, and I think Ron Johnson US Senator Ron Johnson who kind of the driving force on this though to take a big look at party organization. What were we doing? What was being done etcetera etcetera? And I think one of the there's this report that's out there, you know, one of the conclusions is that Republican operations in the state of Wisconsin became very very top down. In other words, it was some respects the Republican party outsourced its operations to the Walker campaign and the Walker campaign heavy with consultants and advertising and things like that getting away from the grass roots? The you know, the turnout operations. You know, the boots on the ground that actually motivate people to get them out. I think I think in some respects that might be overblown. But it's no question. It was a factor. You saw last April in the supreme court election. The fact that the conservative candidate surprised a lot of people everybody thought he was going to lose. But you had this incredible grassroots effort that got out people got to the polls and the conservative candidate ended up winning. So anyhow this report that's out there. I think does ima says a couple of things it says first of all that the Republican party got away from the grass roots? And I think that's true. I mean, do do you need advertising? Do you need you'll campaign strategies and messaging do but you can't do that at the expense of again, the the volunteers the people who are showing up to knock on the door bells and put the flyers on and things like that. And I think the Republican party kind of lost its. Way in that regard. The second thing that comes through in this story as well. After the election was over the Republican party in Wisconsin was essentially broke and actually kind of in the whole because they had spent all their money again trying to win the election to me. This is less of an issue. I have always said this if you show me campaigns or political organizations or whatever that after an election have this huge amount of cash that sitting around I'll show you political campaigns or political parties that aren't doing their job. I mean, the idea is okay, you're supposed to spend the money to get your candidates elected. Now in this particular case, it didn't work for the Republicans in two thousand eighteen just like it hasn't worked for Democrats elections before that, but but you do spend all your money, you shouldn't in my opinion, be running surpluses after an election ends. And you know, so what the Republican party has been doing apparently fundraising to try to pay off the debts. I'm. Less concerned about that. I want to have this. I'd say this to Republicans or Democrats, I want to have the party spending the money, the big uptake on this though is you know, the fact that you cannot forget grass roots in this is a message both to Democrats and Republicans that the way you win elections. Yes. You need the fancy TV ads. And yes, you need the fancy radio ads, and yes, you probably need the mailings and things like that. But you also have to recognize that there's nothing that beats a strong grassroots organization, you know, in particular counties with dedicated volunteers who are going to be working twelve and thirteen and fifteen hours a day calling their friends calling their neighbors banging on doors and making sure people get out the vote. That's how you win elections in Wisconsin. And it's an object lesson for people who are going to be involved in political campaigns over the course of the next eighteen months. You want the consultants you want the fancy ads, but don't forget grass roots. And I do think to an extent to an extent the Republican party Wisconsin lost its way. And I think that's what this conclusion says. And I think they're not gonna make that mistake. Again. This is Jeff Wagner WTMJ. Don't go anywhere. Jeff Widener is back, right. After this one. Does everyone know about the number five there are five basketball positions? Yet, five fingers and five toes. Sure. 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05:55 min | 3 years ago

"katharine ross" Discussed on KCRW

"And so I always look at these stories with a great deal as you can imagine of pride. Howard Cohen is a reporter at the Miami Herald who's been covering this for a long time. Thank you very much. Thank you so much you stay. Well. Now to one woman story about how changing her faith brought her closer to her son Katharine Ross grew up in a religious family. Her father was a minister in the church of Christ a conservative Protestant denomination. We went to church Sunday mornings any night Wednesday night with bible studies in our house are basically my whole life revolved around being a part of the church when Ross had her own children. She followed that tradition. Taking them to services every Sunday. But things started to change for her after her son Caleb told her that he's gay the church of Christ rejects homosexuality, the more that I that. I studied myself in the more that I prayed about it and thought about it, my beliefs just did not align with the Christ Ross eventually left the church, but through a connection on Facebook. She found a new religious home in the United Methodist Church, which she felt was more welcoming to LGBTQ members. She joined two months ago this past week at an international meeting officials and lay members of the United Methodist Church voted to maintain a global ban on same sex. Marriages in the faith the vote also affirmed its stance against LGBTQ clergy Ross his own church is wrestling with that decision. I spoke to Katharine Ross about the challenges. She faces in her new faith and how it's affected her relationship with her son. I want to ask you about your son because we're speaking to you because this is your religious journey, but your son is not religious. I understand. No, he's not. But he always went to charge even went to a private Christian school when he was in third and fourth grade. So he knows a lot about the bible and just not something he ever really bought into. So I have to ask you what was your reaction to the vote this past week against same sex marriage? Initially. I was heartbroken. Our pastor send us out an Email that day and invited us to come to the church to meet Monday night when the preliminary vote had been taken, and I I went in. And and you know, she handed us all boxes of tissues. And I think we went in expecting this to be a kind of a mournful night. But it ended up being and night of rejoicing because my son had actually come to that meeting with me, and we had all come together. And talked about how this story isn't over. You know, this is a journey and the journey starting in. There are people that are standing up with us literally and figuratively. And so when we walked away from that meeting, my son. Turn demand. He said. Yeah. I wanna be a part of this. Really? Yeah. Yeah. That must have been so meaningful coming from your son who wasn't religious. Yes. Very much. So, and it's I mean that never would have happened had I remained in the church of Christ. And he told me further when we got in the car he said that was the first time since he came out in eighth grade that he had bowed his head and closes is set of prayer and prayed with the group. Wow. Some people listening to this may think why not just leave the church if churches have such difficulty embracing someone like your son. Why not just leave organized religion altogether? Tried that. And that was a very sad time. I need hurt. I need to come together with my faith family and received the support and the love that they give every Sunday. And you just you can't do it by yourself. Why do you think it's so hard for the United Methodist Church to come to a decision? Word embraces members like your son. Well, there's there's no denying that the bible says some pretty harsh things. Regarding homosexuality. There's no turning away from that. And it's you know, it took me many nights on my knees. Many nights have of prayer and tears and heartache trying to process through myself what I thought that meant. So I don't I don't begrudge those who believe that it is it is sinful, but because of my own intimate experience with my own son. I have to then. Come to the conclusion that God created him to be who he was. And I think that's what what we are called to do as God's children is is to read and look beyond into the heart of who got is not just the black and white words there on the page Katharine. Ross is a recent convert to the United Methodist Church she lives in Anna, Texas. Thank you very much. Thank you so much. Let's go back to the turn of the century. A time of reality. TV.

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"katharine ross" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

11:38 min | 3 years ago

"katharine ross" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I want to create an opportunity to gift you. My most recent book, the baby boomer's retirement breakthrough the unfair advantage to a safe and secure retirement where I've studied the altar wealthy in those typically, we find about only three out of every hundred couples have absolutely positively optimized. To the fullest their retirement in retirement potential. You see the acronym time in the book that I'll be teaching you how it can give to you. Is stands for. The four most particular things that we see that really trip up boomers from having their best retirement. The tea in time stands for taxes in the threat of taxes only heading higher. In fact, many are calling for seventy percent tax rates wealth at added wealth tax, write all of this obviously to pay for the green new deal, which will only take more green from those of us that have actually saved the green. In other words, wealth redistribution, which is nonsense. Right. The difference between makers, and of course, those out there that are defined as the takers and the sad part is right taxes will continue to be a threat even tax rates. Don't go higher because the cost of living does. So the more will need to be pulled out of these traditional IRA's and 4._0._1._K type of accounts which pushes people into a higher marginal tax bracket, therefore causing them to pay more tax with putting a threat on them possibly running out of money or the amount of money. They need to sustain their lifestyle. The I in time acronym is inflation is increasing right interest rates are climbing. In fact, the fed raised rates consecutive times over this last year and a half and is looking to do it again in a recent fed minutes update. But also look at the reality that household debt is six point nine percent higher than the two thousand and eight peak. Instead over thirteen point five trillion of consumer debt today, that's almost a trillion or eight hundred sixty nine billion higher than it was in the peak of two thousand and eight folks somebody's going to have to pay for this. When we look at our national deficit of debt, we're over twenty two trillion and the only way that that's going to be able to be paid for is the cost of higher prices, right? Because indirectly the government just to pay for their higher debt service is going to have to raise taxes through inflation. The 'em in time. Stands for markets are more and more volatile. Right. Take for example, the ebbs and flows or the highs and lows of this roller coaster ride with trying to get a def- defining outcome of this trade deal with China, for example in the Ian time stance for economic uncertainty who's going to be our next president. What will the impact be of maybe changing things or causing more tax or forcing more of what we worked so hard for? For to go to more taxation through social security or the unknown of social security being able to be upheld without a major twenty one percent projected cut to those benefits. When so many people for sure those couples that I've had almost twenty five year front row seat of in front of that are living off of that so security, and then add to the fact of this recent weeks developments of obviously what turned out to not be a deal with reducing our exposure to nuclear threat with the North Korea summit that was held in Vietnam. See focusing on taxes has as much to do about figuring out to do in how to minimize our taxes. Right. So it's not being were all too many of us today are so focused on our tax return that we're losing sight of focusing on the return of our tax. So if you're somebody seventy years or older, right? I've got some really good news for you. We'll talk to you about a particular case another case actually two cases, we worked on this past week where we actually help people reduce their taxes significantly and many of you can benefit from the same. Now, if you're somebody that's not seventy or seventy and a half or older. There's also really good news for you to prevent you from having to undo unnecessary taxes by just strategically structuring yourself to not have the exposure to unnecessary taxes in retirement, right? And if you're listening in particular, those of you whether retired yet or not that have predominantly saved all of your money, and I raise. Or 4._0._1._K's in other words tax deferred. Right. We don't save tax on these accounts, we defer the tax, but we also differ the tax calculation, and here's the problem. Right. One of the top things you can do to improve your retirement. And we've seen this time and time again is putting a focus on the return of your tax. Not just the tax return in the question. I would pose for those of you listening. Do you know how much unnecessary tax you're paying right? We find that a typical boomer couple is over paying taxes of between twelve or up to twenty four thousand dollars or more every single year in that tax ultimately only becomes higher, and I wanna teach you that you can stop the tax, right? If you look at our internal revenue code, and this is fascinating. Less than one percent of it is dedicated to revenue generation the majority in fact of the tax code is on tax deductions, right? There's only about thirty pages in the code that actually raise revenue there are about six thousand pages that tell you how to reduce taxes through tax deductions tax credits and other incentives in this is the difference between tax planning and tax accounting. Right. So it's really think about it boomer's, right? I want to teach you an example of how to recapture an unnecessary excess of twenty thousand of unnecessary tax. And this is what Rick and Sally that we just met with this week were up against right? It's not the return of tax excuse me. It's the return of tax the ROTC not just the verses? Rick rate of return, right? Many of us when we think about retirement, it's. Zones. I can get really good rates of return. And then he stay ahead of inflation and so forth, and those aren't always as predictable as the return of tax, and let me give you a great example. Right. It's controlling the controllables right here was their situation. Imagine simply shifting in timing. Too. Key words to put in the back of your mind shifting and timing to save in excess of twenty thousand annually of unnecessary unnecessary tax. First thing we did is we looked at how to convert in taking advantage of the timing of the brackets being expanded in the tax rates being reduced of some of their IRA money to a Roth IRA right because they had a Roth IRA annuity that the annuity income right was producing required. Minimum distributions and the money out of the IRA that they were living off of was pushing them into a higher tax bracket. But it was also taxing eighty five percent of their social security. This in itself. This one shifting strategy saves them six thousand a year annually. Five hundred bucks a month? If you will right. The untaxed or all the the remaining IRA's were eliminated, which got rid of their required. Minimum distributions for good. And for them. It also reduced by having two children not having the threat of their kids. Inheriting an inherited required. Minimum distribution. This in itself saves them in excess of six thousand annually. Then we converted what are called non IRA annuities into a tax efficient savings portfolio in essence, it's about it's not a Roth. But it's as close to a tax Roth structure is is the tax code will allow that many people were not familiar with. It's an institutional structure, not more of a typical retail brokerage that many people are in especially with mutual funds in electric, and this is about eighty to ninety percent tax exempt that in itself saved an additional excess of six thousand a month or six thousand a year, excuse me annually, all told by putting them into a lower marginal tax bracket, having income that doesn't tax them and having income that doesn't tax their social security. They're saving twenty four thousand dollars a year of unnecessary tax on an income that had been one hundred thousand so think about your thinking that's a twenty four percent return of tax right now to generate a twenty four percent rate of return is far more unpredictable right then creatively in strategically legally ethically. Immorally reducing their tax liability by twenty four thousand on one hundred grand of income. That's the significance of return of tax, write plus unnecessary capital gains. That were being thrown off in their brokerage account. Right. All told we moved them from a twenty two percent tax bracket down to a ten percent tax bracket. Saving them an enormous amount of unnecessary tax. And they took advantage of this timing window under this new tax reform Bill through twenty twenty-five and other tax incentives that have been put into the new Trump tax plan. No forced distributions on themselves. No force distributions on their children. It's what we call tax free legacy wealth transfer in regardless of whether it's Bernie Sanders calling for higher tax Elizabeth Warren calling for a wealth tax or miss Cortes. Right. Calling for the green new deal. That's only going to cost you, and I more and more of our green. There's no such thing as free, folks. What does free cost you and me will Webster's defines it as I shared last week, not costing or charging anything. And we know that that is a fantasy. There's never been in my my almost quarter century career and more important time to get serious about our savings in the future impact that will face in the form of taxation and market uncertainty than right now, the trade. Department reports that the national deficit is now exceeded twenty two trillion trillion experts have said this is completely unsustainable fiscal situation. Democrats as NBC news reported are climbing all over themselves to tax the rich folks rich in this country may not be your same definition. Maybe somebody listening that has income of sixty thousand or more in the push continues. Right. I want to teach you how to truly protect yourself from these unnecessary and Anita taxes and add another thousand two thousand or more back per month into your pocket and out of SAM's. Right. And this is where the strategy becomes the key in the strategy is very simple, right? There's article after article I share with you Katharine Ross why retirees need to rethink how they file their taxes. Right. And of course, it goes along the lines of this timing and shifting right? And add to the fact of another article that was out by Craig Hawley tax efficient retirement planning in the age of tax. Reform. In other words, everyone's saying there is this window there is this opportunity, but we see people pay more attention to their tax return than the return of their unnecessary tax in. Here's where I can help you. And this is you helping yourself by getting educated I have educational complimentary webinar, it's my wealth protection webinar that I'll be teaching one of our strategies this coming Tuesday..

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"katharine ross" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:54 min | 3 years ago

"katharine ross" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro Florida man at twenty thirteen Meam a Twitter account and now a top ten list. The Miami Herald published a catalogue of the best stories about the world's worst superhero. Howard Cohen is reporter for the Miami Herald any joins me now. Welcome to week. At addition Lulu. I'm glad to be here before we dive into the list. Tell us what the criteria was for this top ten list. So a Florida man story and a Florida man tends to generally have to have firearms locations, health bodies of water, theme parks. Walmart's taco bells fast food places like that. Allegations. Of course, alligators for sure. Reasons for rest injuries because it usually happens course, drugs and alcohol could be part of it. And like we said animals, and then those would include reptiles in particular, those are hallmarks of our of our Florida. Yes, indeed. So tell us the story that deemed to be the most on brand Florida man story a gentleman who through an alligator through a Wendy's drive through. And they said it had all the hallmarks. I mean, the perfect vector of all these things total Florida nece. I I'm going to have to delve a little bit deeper because I do remember the story. I don't remember his motivation. Was there one was there? A reason why he felt he needed to throw an alligator through the Wendy's drive drive through it. That wasn't very clear as as to why. I don't know. Maybe you didn't get his order fast. They happen in mysterious ways. I'll tell you my favorite one of my favorites. Lease okay, you're arrested for auto theft. You're charged with that you are then at the jail at the Correctional Center, and you are being released on that charge. As soon as you as you walk through the door as a Florida, man. Did he immediately broke into a car in the jails parking lot? But you didn't notice that the deputy was sitting in the car that you just tried to break into your turned around and escorted back into jail. Now, can that be can you get a better Florida than that? No. That that actually is a pretty great Florida. Listen you've been covering this for a long time. You are a Florida man yourself. Fifty two years running. Yeah. Okay. So when you when you see these stories, I mean, what gives the the rest of the country wants to know why right, right? It part of what makes it easy to run. These kind of stories is in Florida. The open record laws allows you to access police reports which often come with mugshots. So a lot of times among. After telling in themselves. So those those stories are accessible Florida has just this refutation. I don't know what it is. I don't know if it's because it's so far down south everything. Wacky settles just falls from the top of the state and rolls out here. Yeah. I well. I am from Florida. And so I always look at these stories with a great deal as you could imagine of pride. Howard Cohen is a reporter at the Miami Herald who's been covering this for a long time. Thank you very much. Thank you so much you stay. Well. Now to one woman story about how changing her faith brought her closer to her son Katharine Ross grew up in a religious family. Her father was a minister in the church of Christ a conservative Protestant denomination. They went to church Sunday mornings any night Wednesday night bible. Studies in our house. Are basically my whole life revolved around being a part of the church when Ross had her own children. She followed that tradition. Taking them to services every Sunday. But things started to change for her after her son Caleb told her that he's gay the church of Christ rejects homosexuality, the more that I that. I studied myself in the more that I prayed about it and thought about it. My beliefs just did not align with the church of Christ Ross eventually left the church, but through a connection on Facebook. She found a new religious home in the United Methodist Church, which she felt was more welcoming to LGBTQ members. She joined two months ago this past week though at a national meeting officials and lay members of the United Methodist Church voted to maintain a global ban on same sex. Marriages in the faith the vote also affirmed its stance against LGBTQ. Clergy Ross's own church is now wrestling with that decision. I spoke to Katharine Ross about the challenges. She faces in her new faith and how it's affected her relationship to her son. I wanna ask you about your son because we're speaking to you because this is your religious journey, but your son is not religious. I understand. No, he's not. But he always went to church even went to a private Christian school when he was in third and fourth grade. So he knows a lot about the bible and just not something he ever really bought into. So I have to ask you what was your reaction to the vote this past week against same sex marriage? Initially. I was heartbroken. Our pastor send us an Email that day and invited us to come to the church to meet Monday night. When the preliminary vote had been taken. And I I went in, and and you know, she handed us all boxes of tissues. And I think we went in expecting this to be kind of a mournful night. But it ended up being a night of rejoicing because my son had actually come to that meeting with me, and we all come together. And talked about how this story is over. You know, this is a journey and the journey is starting in. There are people that are standing up with us literally and figuratively. And so when we walked away from that meeting, my son. Turned to me. And he said, yeah, I wanna be a part of this, really. Yeah. Yeah. That must have been so meaningful coming from your son who wasn't religious. Yes. Very much. So, and it's something that never would have happened had I remained in the church of Christ. And he told me further when we got in the car he said that was the first time since he came out in eighth grade that he had bowed his head and closes is set of prayer and prayed with the group. Wow. Some people listening to this may think why not just leave the church if churches have such difficulty embracing someone like your son, why not just leave organized religion altogether. I tried that. And that was a very sad time. I need chart I need to come together with my faith family and received the support and the love that they give every Sunday. And you just you can't do it by yourself. Why do you think it's so hard for the United Methodist Church to come to a decision? Word embraces members like your son. Well, there's there's no denying that the bible says some pretty harsh things. Regarding homosexuality. There's no turning away from that. And it's. It took me many nights on my knees. Many nights have of prayer and tears and heartache trying to process through myself what I thought that meant. So I don't. You know, I don't begrudge those who believe that it is it is sinful, but because of my own intimate experience with my own son. I have to then. Come to the conclusion that God created him to be who he was. And I think that's what what we are called to do as God's children is is to read and look beyond into the heart of who got is not just the black and white words that are on the page Katharine. Ross is a recent convert to the United Methodist Church she lives in Anna, Texas. Thank you very much. Thank you so much..

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"katharine ross" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:00 min | 3 years ago

"katharine ross" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro Florida, a twenty thirteen Meam a Twitter account and now a top ten list. The Miami Herald published a catalogue of the best stories about the world's worst superhero. Howard Cohen is reporter for the Miami Herald any joins me now. Welcome to week. At addition Lulu. I'm glad to be here before we dive into the list. Tell us what the criteria was for this top ten list. So a Florida man story and a Florida man tends to generally have to have firearms locations. Hell bodies of water, theme parks. Walmart's taco bells fast food places like that. Alligator's allegations force alligators for sure. Reasons for rest injuries because it usually happens course, drugs and alcohol could be part of it. And like we said animals, and then those would include reptiles in particular, those are hallmarks of our of our Florida. Yes, indeed. So tell us the story that deemed to be the most on brand Florida man story a gentleman who through an alligator through a Wendy's drive through. And they said it had all the hallmarks. The perfect vector of all these things total Florida nece. I I'm going to have to delve a little bit deeper because I do remember this. I don't remember his motivation. Was there one was there? A reason why he felt he needed to throw an alligator through the Wendy's try drive through with that was that wasn't very clear as as to why I don't know. Maybe you didn't get his order fast enough. They happen in mysterious ways. I'll tell you my favorite one of my favorites. We okay, you're arrested for auto theft. You're charged with that you are then at the jail at the Correctional Center, and you are being released on that charge. As soon as you walk you walk through the door as a Florida, man. Did he immediately broke into a car in the jails parking lot? But you didn't notice that the deputy was sitting in the car that you just tried to break into your turned around and escorted back into jail. Now, can that be can you get a better Florida man than that? No. That that actually is a pretty great Florida. Listen you've been covering this for a long time. You are a Florida man yourself. Fifty two years running. Yeah. Okay. So when you when you see these stories, I mean, what gives the the rest of the country wants to know why right, right? It part of what makes it easy to run. These kind of stories is in Florida. The open record laws allows you to access police reports which often come with mugshot. So a lot of times the mugshots are telling themselves. So those those stories are accessible Florida has just this reputation. I don't know what it is. I don't know if it's because it's so far down south everything. Wacky settles just falls from the top of the state and rolls down here. Yeah. Well, I am from Florida. And so I always look at these stories with a great deal as you could imagine of pride Howard Cohen is a reporter at the Miami Herald who's been covering this for a long time. Thank you very much. Thank you so much you stay. Well. Now to one woman story about how changing her faith brought her closer to her son Katharine Ross grew up in a religious family. Her father was a minister in the church of Christ a conservative Protestant denomination. We went to church Sunday mornings night Wednesday night with bible studies in our house. Are basically my whole life revolved around being a part of the church when Ross had her own children. She followed that tradition. Taking them to services every Sunday. But things started to change for her after her son Caleb told her that he's gay the church of Christ rejects homosexuality, the more that I that. I studied myself in the more that I prayed about it and thought about it. My beliefs just did not align with Christ Russ eventually left the church, but through a connection on Facebook. She found a new religious home in the United Methodist Church, which she felt was more welcoming to LGBTQ members. She joined two months ago this past week though at a national meeting officials and lay members of the United Methodist Church voted to maintain a global ban on same sex. Marriages in the faith the vote also affirmed its stance against LGBTQ. Clergy Ross's own church is now wrestling with that decision. I spoke to Katharine Ross about the challenges. She faces in her new faith and how it's affected her relationship to her son. I want to ask you about your son because we're speaking to you because this is your religious journey, but your son is not religious. I understand. No, he's not. But he always went to charge even went to private Christian school when he was in third and fourth grade. So he knows a lot about the bible and just not something he ever really bought into. So I have to ask you what was your reaction to the vote this past week against same sex marriage? Initially. I was heartbroken. Our pastor send us an E mail that day and invited us to come to the church to meet Monday night. When the preliminary vote had been taken. And I I went in, and and you know, she handed us all boxes of tissues. And I think we went in expecting this to be kind of a mournful night. But it ended up being a night of rejoicing because my son had actually come to that meeting with me, and we had all come together. And talked about how this story is that over, you know, this is a journey and the journey is starting in. There are people that are standing up with us literally and figuratively. And so when we locked away from that meeting, my son. Turned to me. And he said, yeah, I wanna be a part of this, really. Yeah. Yeah. That must've been so meaningful coming from your son who wasn't religious. Yes. Very much. So, and it's something that never would have happened had I remained in the church of Christ. And he told me further when we got in the car he said that was the first time since he came out in eighth grade that he had bowed his head and closes is set of prayer and prayed with the group. Wow. Some people listening to this may think why not just leave the church if churches have such difficulty embracing someone like your son, why not just leave organized religion altogether. I tried that. And that was a very sad time. I need I need to come together with my faith family and received the support and the love that they give every Sunday. And you just you can't do it by yourself. Why do you think it's so hard for the United Methodist Church to come to a decision? Word embraces members like your son. Well, there's there's no denying that the bible says some pretty harsh things. Regarding homosexuality. There's no turning away from that. And it took me many nights on my knees. Many nights have of prayer and tears and hard eight trying to process through myself. What I thought that meant. So I don't I don't begrudge those who believe that it is it is sinful. But because of my own intimate experience with my own son. I have to then. Come to the conclusion that God created him to be who he was. And I think that's what what we are called to do as God's children is is to read and look beyond into the heart of who got is not just the black and white words on the page. Katharine? Ross is a recent convert to the United Methodist Church she lives in Anna, Texas. Thank you very much. Thank you so much. Let's go back to the turn of the century. A time of reality TV.

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"katharine ross" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"katharine ross" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"That the minimum get your name Ron read on the radio some celebrity birthdays today Katharine Ross. I know it's Friday, I know this movie but start as Elaine Robinson, the graduate. She turned seventy nine today. She was also now married to Sam Elliott where she met him while filming Butch Cassidy and the Sundance kid. Tom Selleck turned seventy four today. Mr. baseball people as magnum P. I think he's Mr. baseball. Let's see Oprah the big o o w turned sixty five today. Wow. Greg Louganis know him from Olympic. Gold-medal diver turns fifty nine nNcholas Turturro. Most notably known from NYPD. Blue turns fifty seven Heather Graham. No her from swingers, twin peaks in boogie nights main appearance in Austin powers also in both finger. She turns forty nine today. And then Darlene CONNER. Aka Sara Gilbert turns forty four today. So happy birthday to all of them. Quercus? Oh, my water people. Who's.

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"katharine ross" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"katharine ross" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Guess we know the saints got robbed. Now, they're worried about their basketball team blowing up but New Orleans still does have the best fried chicken in the world. Willie Mae scotch house in eighty three years ago today in nineteen thirty six the first five players were elected to the baseball hall of fame. They were Ty Cobb Babe Ruth, Honus, Wagner, Christy Mathewson and Walter Johnson. Forty two years ago in nineteen seventy seven Chico when a man star, Freddie, Prinz shot and killed himself. He was only twenty two. State of the union address by President George W Bush in two thousand and two. This was the night. He told us about the regime's sponsored care, Iraq, Iran and North Korea to be further known as the axis of evil and ten years ago two thousand nine Illinois Governor rod Blagojevich impeached removed from office for corruption soliciting bribes for political appointments convicted and sentenced to fourteen years in prison currently resides at the federal Correctional Institution in Inglewood, California. And birthdays today, Adam Lambert American idol runner up who toured with Queen Jonny Lang white on the outside pure blues on the inside Jonny Lang today. Thirty eight Oprah sixty five Tom Selleck and his moustache are seventy four speaking of mustaches. Mrs Sam Elliott Katharine Ross. Us today is seventy nine Elliott's one with the moustache not Katharine Ross and Tommy, Ramone. Born on this day drummer for the Ramones stepped aside after their first three albums to help reduce and manage the ban. He died of cancer in two thousand fourteen dislike brother, Joey, Ramone, and brother, Johnny, Ramone. Before houston. Police officers remain hospitalized after they were shot while trying to arrest drug dealers two are in critical condition. Fifty one hundred people in bear county have been flagged by the Texas secretary of state for potentially voting in local elections while they were not citizens. It always gets cold in January in the midwest. But the cold weather coming over the next two days, maybe the coldest ever also coming up a potential breakthrough the detection of the.

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"katharine ross" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:20 min | 3 years ago

"katharine ross" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Entertainment. So what are you? The beating of this. Elliot had this to say when he was reached at his Malibu home about his supporting role nomination in a star is born. I think off the top of my head and might be it's about bleep, and I love that. It's never been nominated. No. He began his career in nineteen sixty nine where he met his wife, Catherine Rogers. Yeah. Puts Cassidy in the Senate. And he's been a mainstay about the big and small screen and. We love him. But yeah, he's never been dominated for anything. And anyway, he said he said this this version of the story is beautiful. He loved the cinematographer who also got nominated. He said, I'm so grateful to be a part of it. And I think my biggest takeaway is still in the game. And I got to work with people like Bradley in Stephanie. Oh, I love that. It's just extraordinary. I love that. I hope he brings his wife Katharine Ross. Yes, we have not seen. Maybe they'll come to the sag awards together because he. The cast. Right. Yeah. We're going to see lady Gaga back in the green room accepting for the song. Shallow, a we are. We are your credit for her. Right. Let me just tell you something. So I'm listening back to two thousand and six. Yeah. Award show, and you know, who never came back and people and the desperate housewives, ladies, the guys and the kids would come back ladies never came back. Yeah. We were so mad about that. Yeah. Evenlyn Gora was every year. There's one or two winners who don't make it to the. They never did never did in all the years members talking about him. All right. What do you make last night celebrity big brother came back know, it's just a four week accelerated show. That I didn't watch it. And he guess who signed off. I'm Julie Chen move. Yes. Your man less than a month after his dying denies training mouth. She cannot not say that after she signed off that way from her talk show that I'm Julie Chen move as she signed off for big, brother. She has to say that whether she likes never went by that doesn't matter. A yawn, man. You're welcome. Tammi. What I wonder you know, like how the CBS suits feel about that. Her saying that she's doing it for a lot of reasons she doesn't care. Trying to figure out a way to get his money back. Okay. Anna Wintour, there's a new video series on vogue called go. Ask Anna like go. Ask Alice in Australia, watching tennis. Yes. Well, here's what she was asked was asked about the award shows. And why do so many ladies dress like, and here's what she said. We're surrounded by so many celebrities that you feel are dictated to by their stylish. What did I say earlier, and then end up in a strapless fishtail sequined dress that we've seen five thousand times I'm asking for a little imagination here. Please. Well, listen, you know, I looked at that glittering mermaid gowns and the see through things are not hana's favourite have some creativity. What I like we saw yesterday Danny posted all the outfits that lady Gaga wore to her shell when she performed this past weekend. And you know, she had some creativity in our claws. I mean, how many mermaid strap? We've seen quite a bit quite a bit. And is not here for it. You can just stuff those littering. Mermaid. Back in her, Anna. How many times we have to see you in most floral dresses harasses table class. Okay. Here's I not change your hairstyle and. Once we've seen it for twenty years. Back at ya. Jane Fonda, what she never leaves the house without this was kind of surprised this was an access holiday. No. They were asking a round of questions kit, Natalie Evans, and they're like he never leave the house without what lily said a bottle chain said adult day verse. I said many pads. Yeah. Oh, she just she was so good. And then she told a story about a crotch. Cockroach story. When did she fooled a friend of hers into thinking that a cargo in her underwear? Yeah. That had crawled up in was inside of her. Oh, my Gloria it was. Anyway, she's. She doesn't care anymore. I care she poise pads or Posey pads is my mom calls them. My mom says. Poisy? She sent Steve decoys, but I call him. Well, he called. Yeah. P P O. So my mom sent her husband to go get some Posey pads. He didn't know what they were. He thought they were sponges and so the brillo pad. He's asking someone at the commissary where the Posey. And she's like posts he pads. Yeah. I don't know what they are cleaning. Yeah cleaning. That's exactly. And then they were asked the access Hollywood people said what role? Did you turn down that you famously regretted and lily said ask what Merrill's done, and that's what James turned down? Lauren sanchez. You know, she's the lady who is now dating Amazon billionaire Jeff bazo. Yes. Well, he's been engaged. Four times. Is that a red flag? Well, she liked her athletes before she liked your billionaires. Yeah. She pursued Mets legend, Mike Piazza way. Back in the day. Sanchez struck out with him. But anyway, yes, she was had a baby with Tony Gonzales shoes. Engaged Shantha knee Miller. She was engaged sports people because. For the LA. Laker is that a red flag though? That you bring up right away Laurie. No. But I'm just saying you're married. You're cheating on your husband. You're having. And then you find out that your girlfriend that you're having the thing with that. She's been engaged for other times and had a couple of their husband. Is that a red flag? She could see that's who. I was before. I met you. Yeah. But. Laurie. I would say it's a red flag to ask you that question. It's a red flag. Donald what do you think? It's a red flag. Do I think it's a red flag? Yeah. I think it's worth discussing. Yes. I feel like you could be talked out of it. If you're..

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"katharine ross" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"katharine ross" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"He he's he shied away from that for whatever reason he didn't think that was something that I should pursue. However, he did send me to agent men in BIC bassman, and I signed with dick. And I think it was I don't even remember can't pay. It was the forerunner icy and general artists see orders, corporation and other place. I hung out a lot, you know. But he was my first Asian the first interview that he sent me on was to meet a woman named Lillian Gallo at FOX and FOX had a contract program. But it was basically made up of friends of friends or, you know, driven by nepotism. It wasn't taken nearly as seriously as the program at universal the people work in. Ursel Mony James got those guys on shows universal. But I, you know for the first time, I was drawn a paycheck. I was living know on Tennessee, the back gate of that FOX and pay an eighty five dollars a month rent and drying paycheck for eighty five dollars a week show. That was in hog heaven who else was part of the FOX Shelly can just come in out of you know, he was SE just graduated from ESI was a basketball player, and he was new to the program. Eighty Williams was there, of course, from this one program came the two great mustaches of our time. Either one. Right. Right. So they weren't as good as universal about putting their young talent into movies, but you did have small what was your first small film role films. Screwing was first thing than it. Did. Panel. Really, you know, I don't know again. It was me being the lizard hanging out in the lounge I found out where the scripts I came at FOX I knew pretty quickly that being a contract player that wasn't going to share me of work. Right. But I found out early on that the script gun and think of Jack Bauer told me this who was the head of cast in there. The first place they landed was the legal department. Two women that worked in legal permanent. Guttering ovary will and open her door to MS it anytime, you wanna come in looking script coming. So I'd go in there and look for the one liners or the two liners and go down to whoever was cast in them and give them the name, titled or the number and the title of the script and saying let the come and read for when it comes. So I got work doing that one a lot. But I got we're. Well, absolutely. And it sounds like one of the earliest found parts in nineteen sixty nine even if it was just a blip was a movie called push cast in the science kid, which the female lead of was to be my wife Pierre's later Katharine Ross, right? So gender ten years later. What were you doing in that movie, and did you guys interact at all? Not at all. Saw her from afar. Lot going into the commissary, basically, she was gone with Conrad Doug for film. Right. You know, there is there's that whole hierarchy. I wouldn't have approached anybody on that film, actor, and it was basically an extra piece card player number two. Be specific and the all have positive. The only reason my name is in the credits. I think it falls second from the last on the crow biz because I was a contract player. It was a contractual thing. Interesting literally shadow on the wall had one line out kick to off camera. Well, as the sixties came to an end, I know so, you know, increasingly did the studio system, which means they no longer had much of an incentive to develop young talent. But that you know, you're on your own at that point. Right. So I guess everybody gets let go right sooner or later and becomes free agents. And I just wonder for you was that scary. And was that art when you're now, you know on your own you're gonna group things came out of the studio relationship for me. And I think probably the greatest thing other than, you know, working in certainly being an actor for the first on my life. But I got the long term relationship with the Newman claim the great composers. Yeah. And the doctor. And the producers it was a huge band of brothers..

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"katharine ross" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"katharine ross" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Just died last year. He did talk about his brother Jerry Van Dyke served coach and lots of other shows, including the call to hit my mother the car. Dick said no he was the funny one. Yeah. Isn't that? Sweet. Yeah. So I love knowing that. And then Roger Friedman also reported. That lady Gaga was very classy about after losing to Glenn Scherr coach that she sent out a very gracious and unexpected tweet congratulating. The winner of best actress, and he just said I could not be happier for Glenn Close winning tonight. She's a true legend and deserves every word. Thank you, h f PA. No, that's a good. That's a good way. She did it on Instagram too bad. You know, it's the day later and everything I forgot to say she thinks Bradley Cooper, some more. Yeah. For the show. And then I think I guess classy, she very much is. And I know they time this to the Golden Globes. I'm Elliott got a star on the Hollywood walk of fame. Katharine Ross is I don't know if she was there. I didn't see her in any footprints or any of the pictures, but lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper were there because that would have been a great photo op is a great photo feel is very jackets boy, and he got his hands in his feet. Sam Elliott, I don't know why they didn't have impresses mustache cement. But anyway, she. Tweeted about that. And you know, she had a really beautiful blue leather code and the blue CVS die that she sprayed in her bid washed out so far just yes, she really did. So anyway, he got his star there seventy four years old. And he just still I loved what a movie star. She looked like she did the side. She looks trench leather coat. Amazing heavy eye shadow crimson lipstick. You know? But I. The story for people who were there at the Beverly Hilton was that you could almost hear the sound of people's faces hitting the table when when rhapsody. Honest. Best picture Casey you've seen him bowl. There's no way bohemian rhapsody as good as. No way ramming Malik is revelation. He he is the movie to me if I'm an Oscar voter, right. But I mean, we don't know who's getting nominated yet. So for anything. We have a good idea. Ten pictures. And I don't think siemian rap city belongs in the picture nominee picket. I know they will they gotta fill it out. Don't have to pick ten. No if they don't want. But anyway, so that was kind of like, I guess, you know, really like people were genuinely shocked because remember where lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper were sitting at the front table with Keith urban and coke Kidman because she was the last and Bill Murray who apparently he was back stage pouring, his Malaysian pain goblet of filling it up filling up in toasting people, but spilling it on there. Their heads baptized. Man. I really wanted to. Feel like he.

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