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"kelly magazine" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

08:06 min | 7 months ago

"kelly magazine" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Stayed with the banks and he had had a great run for about three years and catholic. Took a lotta lotta great vacations. No less place. But that wasn't enough for her and she bought a machine. And that's reagan. The name gene. Kelly with her for the high she gives and course jagger hoover love that he he really really played that up. Big time magazine called for the kidnapping. Oklahoma city chose uncle. Everybody thinks is really a bad guy. Machine gun kelly after run around shooting people through and you know back then you'd go to hardware store and buy thomson machine gun. I understand that right too late to help. And and the war deal guns and totally with just over worse. It's not like a here's all wanna add what you're about. Perhaps though she hit him out was at one thing another but he did really like it. It was claunch leaping us at one time when it kidnapped. Charles herschel chain three three oklahoma city you know. He was a big multimillionaire. That set off what i would say. A newspaper frenzy in those days wasn't tv to cover fax a little bit on the radio with a newspaper guys was and they had them for ninety days or chasing whoever's laid out that it is machine gun kelly that's that's behind that the your and incautious costly lose paper and albert base which is kidnapping and he's an over on back robber so anyways the newspaper had a field fantastic for them. That would be like kidnapping bill gates today. Probably are jeff bezos of amazon kidnapped. Somebody by this guy had short work off. The tv is covering that now. This cost in your face west. The news media was of course been come trout more fodder for the newspaper cabin especially when you got a beautiful woman. Involved too. Made it even sexier while she was in oklahoma county jail. Newsmen have access to continue taking pictures of our various I want to say poses how they good in the newspaper while she was worrying daily and she just and she had an she told all cotton stories. That wasn't true to the news about our argument. george carlin. All advocated up. But you know that. That particular trial of george and kathryn. Kelly was the first time that they allowed flashbulbs. The used in taking pictures during the trial news cameras have those as i always say as they worked and he was actually just a circus type atmosphere i would side and judge who was presiding federal judge not only allowed the courtroom to be let people to stand at the antibiotic milestone for several before sense but it was very hot and there was no air and everybody was fighting themselves. Everybody couldn't believe this actually sing. George machine gun kelly. Probably the most famous of his passion bought at clyde was san potatoes killers which that was quite a trial and gregor buzzer the into. I also got prison sentences. She was convicted and given a life sentence and she was actually over proven to be involved in the kidnapping. She was convicted for allegedly writing letters. The judge everybody after after the can't happy so she got laugh. George blah blah. Thanks can change it on and he went to alcatraz you probably know while the first people to go there they made they made. Hey show that you're probably familiar with all the maybe about machine. Gun kelly's magazines nickname. All that comes from edgar hoover's made up stories wants most. He got a book out. People just call popular app so my real was offset out to tell the true story of catherine who is alive machine gun. Kelly and i did that. It took a while researching finding information talking to people. But i think it's a great book is not near exciting as the pulp fiction. Yeah that's a problem. Real life has never excited as fiction. Tell me some of the steps some of the places that you went to research on this. I know i've done some old newspaper. Articles will be pretty detailed and they really wrote some colorful Copy back then and get you can get some decent quotes out of those. Where else did you go. Any archives did the fbi freedom of information act on this just voucher mentioned the freedom of information act uncovered a lot of stuff that jaeger hoover would never drink but they public and everything happened during that investigation this available that you may not get all of the first time the second time you asked i keep trying to get information and you probably know that they try to hook machine gun kelly with the killings educated. The train station. Yeah i've read that. They tried to hook everybody into that at one time or another. There were so frantically trying to solve that one do coppers killed in an agent also covered that in the book all people who tried to get as i slowly got killed or something. He was just down to just about nobody to hang his agents. Kurdish all your job. Try to cook people but somewhat settled place it. I actually wanted to hurt us. Texans were george. kelly is buried. And i've gotta use an for him out there and at the cemetery of one of Historical markers for him completely erroneous information. Talk to sam the little town to attract visitors and a lot of new cub foods and take pictures and write little stories off but It's a big deal taxes that they treated me nice. They may all the trash ray. They took me four. They held charles ursel. Ransom should be at that location. That was interesting and A lot of newspaper articles are available if you have to look and surge define them that there were several folks a little bit information either. Copy club or research from you. Don't you're ursula okay and wrote a great book called the year. Fear and anaerobic station bhaskar which looked into. Yeah i know. I know the younger book on the station. i didn't. i don't know the i didn't know the other one but it's And that's a was the other one written back more contemporaneous lee at the time that all this happened books. Okay all from the fall. Serve odd but if you haven't got the union station nascar i would abandon. This is racial sandler jay gruber. I.

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"kelly magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"kelly magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sacramento it's four thirty good afternoon it's All Things Considered from NPR news I'm ari Shapiro is Kelly magazine journalist Jeff Charlotte's new book was born of insomnia but I always thought the you moved from one story to another and have the courage to me that stories accumulate and they had accumulated from here they were keeping me awake at night this brilliant darkness after the news live from NPR news in Culver city California and Wayne brown the democratic presidential campaigns are getting ready for the next nominating contest Nevada's caucus on Saturday as NPR's Mara lies and tells us that race still has one clear front runner Bernie Sanders was the winner of last night's debate if only because his opponents decided to train most of their fire on each other not him last night was Mike Bloomberg's debut as a candidate not just a campaign commercial and he was on the defensive all evening with the tax on his record with women as a businessman and with minorities as the mayor of New York City Bloomberg and Sanders are the only two candidates with the money and organization to mount a national campaign which is exactly what the democratic primary battle is about to become after Nevada votes and then South Carolina next week the rest of the candidates are hoping for a breakthrough moment that can keep them in the race be on super Tuesday Mar alliance an NPR news Washington president trump's long time friend and ally Roger stone has been sentenced to forty months in prison and fined twenty thousand dollars stone was convicted last year on seven counts including lying to Congress and witness tampering in the former special counsel's investigation into Russian election interference the sentence was far less than the seven to nine year term recommended by federal prosecutors before president trump intervene calling it unfair punishment NPR's winter Johnson reports trump is taking part in a series of fund raising and other campaign events this week in California Arizona and Nevada tonight whole appear along side Colorado senator Cory Gardner the rally comes less than two weeks before voters in Colorado go to the polls on super Tuesday trump lost the state in twenty sixteen to his democratic rival Hillary Clinton if you're as winter Johnston stone has already requested a new trial and will likely appeal his conviction stocks finished lower on Wall Street today you're listening to NPR news live from KQED news I'm terrace Siler the union representing San Francisco unified school district teachers say it was blindsided by a district email sent out yesterday that warned of coming staff cuts KQ destefani cam high reports in the note district superintendent Vincent Matthews told staff that expenses are outpacing revenues and employee layoffs are probably on the way Alain Merryweather vice president of United educators of San Francisco says this move was completely unexpected and it could interfere with contract bargaining which just got under way we want a budget that is transparent that shows everything so that we can in good faith bargain for our members merry whether says the union has canceled the next bargaining session district spokeswoman says the layoffs are a worst case scenario to prepare for this year's expected shortfall of nearly thirty two million dollars I'm Tiffany can hi KQED news with the twenty twenty census about to get underway San Francisco officials are you're marking a little over two million dollars for outreach to historically under counted communities Adrian pawn of the city is office of civic engagement and immigrant affairs reminded the board of supervisors sizers hearing today that wrist census results affect government funding over the next decade seventeen point seven billion dollars coming.

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"kelly magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"kelly magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He decades and to be clear, it's not the story of a star just hooking up with a groupie Kelly has been accused of something like running a cult women have said that they were kept in his home as prisoners abused physically and emotionally a sex tape emerged and was viewed around the country. And it seemed to show that Kelly was molesting a minor. He was tried in two thousand and eight and acquitted Kelly has denied everything and by and large his fans and everyone around him have stuck by him. That may finally be changing because of a six part documentary called surviving R Kelly which just aired on lifetime. The Georgia DA is now investigating Kelly and there were protests last week. It is record label covered on WNYC news. We are tired address. We are tired of the news like a moving on ignoring the gray testimony, stories and fights lax. We we believe we believe survivors. We. The New Yorkers Jilani Cobb wrote this an expose typically indicts the character of its subject surviving R Kelly indicts of public that knew of his character. And did nothing about it. A public. They constructed an elaborate architecture of denial and has chosen to live in it. Gilani cop sat down to talk with dream Hampton, the documentaries producer just want to start with a basic question. Which is who is our Kelly. He is both a beloved songwriter and singer who I'm from Detroit. And he is someone who made music for black people in the midwest. Who do this thing called stepping who have loved R&_B, even as hip hop came and went maybe still here. I don't know. But he's also a man who had an open secret, and we've known this man is for very long time in terms of him being a predator. You and I have been the same age range. And so you were one of the first people in our generation that was really kind of carving a niche is a music journalist, and one of the notable things about it has been you're writing on specifically these questions of misogyny, and sexism and the way that patriarchy as operators and popular culture. And I wondered what were you thinking about when lifetime approached you, quite frankly, I like I like shows and home I like home network. But I don't watch Buta Murray. And I thought they were gonna do some silly reenactment thing. And when they told me that they were interested in a more serious approach something that they've never done before. I thought it was a time that I can redeem myself for a profile I had done of R Kelly magazine of two thousand where are just kind of wrote about his process. This was posed his marriage to Leah but pre Jim dear God is writing about all of his predatory behavior and lawsuits about him. I felt so wack about how that happens like my article coming out in November. And then Jim's reporting coming out in December that I never wrote another magazine profile on an artist again..

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"kelly magazine" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

11:11 min | 3 years ago

"kelly magazine" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"And I think I think it'll probably be the ladder. But who knows there's just massive massive political risk to our economy away. Yeah. I don't think that people have priced into the markets really fully really haven't. It's because people didn't think that the United States would kinda shoot itself in the face like our economy's going. Well, like, you know, getting tougher China makes sense. But these kind of across the board things that have already heard, you know, billions of dollars out of American industries like jobs loss, potentially responsibility for those GM plant closings, right? This is a ramification. And I think a lot of the stuff that Trump does what it's so difficult about dealing with Trump is the consequences, particularly in foreign policy. They don't become apparent right away. But they're gonna become apparent like all these chickens are gonna come home to roost for what he's doing. And we're starting to see them that happened on trade. It's going to happen. A more and more things, right? And the kind of real world consequences of this. Reality show presidency are just beginning to come on board. And you see that in Muhammed salmon's killing of Kush showed me, you see that in, you know, GM plant closures, you know, you you see that in the the fraying essentially of US alliances, and it's just going to get worse. This is all because he's got a trade advisor named Peter Navarro that Jared Kushner found because he googled like book on China bought it on Amazon, and that's how they hire the guy literally true gather striking thing out of the g twenty was that the nineteen of the twenty leaders put out a joint statement, renewing their commitment to the Paris climate accords. And we were the only nation that didn't sign it. Now, obviously, no surprise Trump pulled out of it eat as of last week said he doesn't think climate change is real. But it it is maybe as glaring example of our relation on the world sages, you could think of. Yeah. And like how we going to explain this. And like, I mean, how we now I don't know but ten or twenty years from now when like the shit has really hit the fan, and we're in California like these with fire. Is getting worse every year. Like, we've talked about the confidence to be able to have someone come back in time from twenty years from now and look at the fact that the United States of America, literally had a president who denied the climate change existed. The only country in the world. I mean, there's nineteen twenty g twenty we're the only country in the world that's on the recruitment. You know, despite all the evidence it is hitting us in the face about this. I mean, this is the the most morally catastrophic thing that they were confronted with today. And I do think if Democrats running for president twenty twenty you know, just because we're on pods the world here. Climate change is the leading national security issue facing our country will be for the next fifty years. It's time to start framing climate changes to national security issue for a lot of reasons, including the fact that we're spending almost trillion dollars defense budget. If you actually allocated money based on what actual threats are. Risk in. We should be spending a chunk of that on climate mitigation and clean energy. Yeah. Just to button up something in the last week. I mean, we briefly talked about the yellow vest protests in France over the gas tax, and I guess today this morning, president Macron blinked and walked back and said he's going to suspend the tax increase that was slated for January for at least six months. So, you know, I I don't I'm not saying these things are related, but tough politics on these decisions. Yeah. And we're not giving him any cover when we're not denying the existence of climate change over here. Well, and that's one of the things that Trump to the piss me off, you know, his after nine climate change, he said, well, the Chinese pollute their environment, and it's drifting over here or something. Yeah. But again, he's giving a pass to the Chinese unions. All these other countries who we need to do more because they're just pointing at us and say, well, the Americans are falling behind on on their target. So at a time when we need everybody be doing more on climate. He's giving people excuse to do less. You're totally right. That this protest got worse from worst. Thought. But again, it's because you know, if he's the only one doing some of these steps, it seems like climate change is kind of elitist concern, not a concern that is gonna fact everyday people it gets harder for political leaders to take hard decisions, and you know, a guy like mccranie's, he's not going to be able to do that alone. No, he's sure not so later in the show, Kelly magazine, and I are gonna talk about Elizabeth warrants foreign policy speech, but more broadly. I mean TIs the season for everyone to go out and give their big framing speech because some adviser said you need to look like a commander in chief. If you were advising, comma, Harris or Beto Rorick, or you know, any of the many people who might run for president. What would you want to hear from them on the trail? What's new in different? How would you frame? I think what will be interesting is who can come up with a message the doesn't just sound like I'm giving my commander and chief speech, I can clear some DC blob threshold. And so that four. People from the counts on farm relations can put out statements saying that they welcome. My reaffirm ation of the US Saudi strategic partnership morning. Joe today, endorsed the speech. I gave I mean, I think what you what will be very interesting who can find the way to connect the energy of the activists who won the congress for us and eighteen and translate that into foreign policy positions. In other words, like what is a way to make people feel like they're excited about a farm policy platform. I think who can be bold in saying in laying out how they're going to end these wars. Right. We're going to get out of Afghanistan. And no, we're not going to get out. We're going to get out of Afghanistan. It's you know, people are fighting there who were born after the war started like it's time to bring that war. It's time to terminate our support for the Saudi-born Yemen. It's time to end our our arms sales to Saudi Arabia. It's time to rethink our entire approach to the militarization of our foreign policy across the Middle East. It's time. For new authorisation for the use of military force. So that we're not in this endless war rooted in a law that was passed in two thousand two right? So I think one piece of this is being unapologetic and having a vision for how we're gonna wind down the wars. I think the second thing is is looking the defense budget, right, which by the way, Democrats have been terrified to talk about every election cycle. Right. Trumpet taxes owned budget on Twitter like two days. He's figured out that it's too high. But it's I mean, I'll just give you one statistic we're going to spend up to a trillion dollars modernizing our nuclear weapons in the next decade. That's insane. We shouldn't be spending anywhere near that. And again, what if you took that money and spend on climate change and make the argument just make the argument. We don't need all these Cold War era bombers it. We're still building. We don't need to develop a new ICBM. Right. We need to be preparing for the threat of climate change catastrophe. Right. And so somebody's speaking to reallocating our priorities in comes to defense budge. And focusing on national security, but let's focus on our national security threats, and that's got a deal with a series challenge. Climate change. You know, I'm not a big management consultant guy if you were to come down from outer space and look at what are the threats racing United States? And what are you spend money on we spend money to fight wars that we're not gonna fight and we don't spend money prepare for the thing that is going to cause conflict and mass migration and huge national security challenges. So that's a second piece of this is is our budget our parties, how do we deal with climate? I think someone who can articulate what it means for America to promote democracy again. And connect the fact that we have to get our democracy home. Right. So getting rid of voter suppression like assuring the right to vote in this country is connected to preventing Russian interference in our election and having better cybersecurity lender elections in combating disinflation our societies and dealing with the tech companies because it's a national security risk that you have farm powers undermine our democracy. So someone who can tell story about strengthening our democracy at home and. Then promoting democratic values abroad and standing up to the Saudi Arabia's of the world and standing up to Putin again. And once again trying to rally other countries for the things that we care about right? So we could go down a whole list of other issues. But I think somebody you can find that that energy that people feel about you know, we want to focus on the right parties that things that we actually care about we want to restore democracy. We went to have America Stanford something again, the world someone who can can touch that court and not just check the boxes, I think will be someone who can make their farm policy message resonate. And you know, we did that in an aid. But a lot of that was around the Iraq war, but it's also round diplomacy the rand right number like like member at first people thought that was a mistake in anything a winner because it was a thin. That's why I've been thinking to what is. So there was a debate. Where Obama said that he would talk without preconditions to all kinds of bad people and that places North Korea, Iran, Cuba, and that was treated not just by the Republican party. But by Washington DC is the craziest thing ever spoken. And by the way, it worked out fine for Obama Hillary Clinton implemented, those policies, Donald Trump has continued them. So here we are. I'm wondering what does that moment? Going to be what does that issue? Maybe it's unknowable. But I certainly I would want to be doing exactly what you're talking about. Which is how do we get people to give shit about foreign policy? Yeah. Because most of the time they don't Iraq made it easy for us. But you know, you need to organize around initially and get people inspired by something. Yeah. And and I don't, you know, it'll be, you know, people care about the wars they care about sacrificing our moral authority, the curb our democracy they care about climate change. They I think the budget the defense budget is like this kind of thing that that somebody could have a moment on right because you know, half the candidates want to sound like, well, I think we spent even more, you know, give give the generals everything they need, you know, and somebody sending up and calling bullshit on that. Because that's what Obama did on the diplomacy with Iran is he's called bullshit. It's like guys who tried not talking to them, and they keep advancing their nuclear program and people in Iowa appreciated that he was telling the truth. Right. So I think who. You can find a moment where they call bullshit on some of these, you know, prescribed farm policy positions. I think that would be a good moment for me to. Well. I think we're about out of time. But in a minute, we'll go to the interview with Kelly, and I'm very excited to preview the next week, the former US ambassador Israel, Dan, Shapiro, man. A longtime friend of ours worked in the NFC is going to be here in Los Angeles in studio with us. So we get to ask him all about BB getting indicted. Yep. His experience when he left the cocoon of the NFC to go spread his wings abroad. Yep. And all kinds of other ships, Dan, like every time for like four years was the man that Beebe would call them to chew out when Obama did something Linda Beebe didn't have the guts off in always call. Bama. Right. So he just kind of I think Ford, Dan. But you know, Dan, spoke we can talk him the next time. But he became this kind of mini celebrity. He's beloved Israel because he spoke perfect Hebrew. And even though he was controversial issues on Iran and stuff. He would always talk these really people directly in the language. They understood. So he's also just an impossibly. Nice guy. Yeah. The nicest guy, Ben this has been fun. Yeah. You talk next week. Yeah.

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"kelly magazine" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"kelly magazine" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"But they're gonna become apparent like all these chickens are gonna come home to roost for what he's doing. And we're starting to see them that happened on trade. It's going to happen. A more and more things, right? And the kind of real world consequences of this. Reality show presidency are just beginning to come on board. And you see that in Muhammed salmon's killing of Kush showed me, you see that in, you know, GM plant closures, you know, you you see that in the the fraying essentially of US alliances, and it's just going to get worse. This is all because he's got a trade advisor named Peter Navarro that Jared Kushner found because he googled like book on China bought it on Amazon, and that's how they hire the guy literally true gather striking thing out of the g twenty was that the nineteen of the twenty leaders put out a joint statement, renewing their commitment to the Paris climate accords. And we were the only nation that didn't sign it. Now, obviously, no surprise Trump pulled out of it eat as of last week said he doesn't think climate change is real. But it it is maybe as glaring example of our relation on the world sages, you could think of. Yeah. And like how we going to explain this. And like, I mean, how we now I don't know but ten or twenty years from now when like the shit has really hit the fan, and we're in California like these with fire. Is getting worse every year. Like, we've talked about the confidence to be able to have someone come back in time from twenty years from now and look at the fact that the United States of America, literally had a president who denied the climate change existed. The only country in the world. I mean, there's nineteen twenty g twenty we're the only country in the world that's on the recruitment. You know, despite all the evidence it is hitting us in the face about this. I mean, this is the the most morally catastrophic thing that they were confronted with today. And I do think if Democrats running for president twenty twenty you know, just because we're on pods the world here. Climate change is the leading national security issue facing our country will be for the next fifty years. It's time to start framing climate changes to national security issue for a lot of reasons, including the fact that we're spending almost trillion dollars defense budget. If you actually allocated money based on what actual threats are. Risk in. We should be spending a chunk of that on climate mitigation and clean energy. Yeah. Just to button up something in the last week. I mean, we briefly talked about the yellow vest protests in France over the gas tax, and I guess today this morning, president Macron blinked and walked back and said he's going to suspend the tax increase that was slated for January for at least six months. So, you know, I I don't I'm not saying these things are related, but tough politics on these decisions. Yeah. And we're not giving him any cover when we're not denying the existence of climate change over here. Well, and that's one of the things that Trump to the piss me off, you know, his after nine climate change, he said, well, the Chinese pollute their environment, and it's drifting over here or something. Yeah. But again, he's giving a pass to the Chinese unions. All these other countries who we need to do more because they're just pointing at us and say, well, the Americans are falling behind on on their target. So at a time when we need everybody be doing more on climate. He's giving people excuse to do less. You're totally right. That this protest got worse from worst. Thought. But again, it's because you know, if he's the only one doing some of these steps, it seems like climate change is kind of elitist concern, not a concern that is gonna fact everyday people it gets harder for political leaders to take hard decisions, and you know, a guy like mccranie's, he's not going to be able to do that alone. No, he's sure not so later in the show, Kelly magazine, and I are gonna talk about Elizabeth warrants foreign policy speech, but more broadly. I mean TIs the season for everyone to go out and give their big framing speech because some adviser said you need to look like a commander in chief. If you were advising, comma, Harris or Beto Rorick, or you know, any of the many people who might run for president..

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"kelly magazine" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"kelly magazine" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"This is a ramification. And I think a lot of the stuff that Trump does what it's so difficult about dealing with Trump is the consequences, particularly in foreign policy. They don't become apparent right away. But they're going to become apparent all these chickens are gonna come home to roost for what he's doing. And we're starting to see them that happened on trade. It's going to happen. A more and more things, right? And the kind of real world consequences of this reality show presidency are just beginning to come on board. And you see that in Muhammed salmon's killing of kashogi. You see that in, you know, GM plant closures, you know, you see that in the fraying essentially of US alliances, and it's just going to get worse. This is all because he's got a trade advisor named Peter Navarro that Jared Kushner because he googled like book on China bought it on Amazon, and that's how they hired the guy. Literally true gather striking thing out of the g twenty was that the nineteen of the twenty leaders put out a joint statement, renewing their commitment to the Paris climate accords. And we were the only nation that didn't sign it. Now, obviously, no surprise Trump pulled out of it eat as of last week said he doesn't think climate change is real. But it it is maybe as glaring example of our relation on the world sages, you could think of. Yeah. And like how we going to explain this. And like, I mean, how explain it. Now. I don't know but ten or twenty years from now when like the shit has really fan. And we're in California like these with fires getting worse every year. Like, we've talked about the confidence to be able to have someone come back in time from twenty years from now and look at the fact that the United States of America, literally had a president who denied the climate change existed. The only country in the world. I mean, there's the twenty g twenty we're the only country in the world that's on the recruitment. You know, despite all the evidence it is hitting us in the face about this. I mean, this is the the most morally catastrophic thing that they were confronted with today. And I do think if Democrats running for president twenty twenty you know, just because we're on pods the world here. Climate change is the leading national security issue facing our country will be the next fifty years. It's time to start framing climate changes to national security issue for a lot of reasons, including the fact that we're spending almost trillion dollars on defense budget. If you actually allocated. Money based on what actual threats are risking. We should be spending a chunk of that on climate mitigation and clean energy. Yeah. Just to button up something in the last week. I mean, we briefly talked about the yellow vest protests in France over the gas tax, and I guess today this morning, president Macron blinked and walked back and said he's going to suspend the tax increase that was slated for January for at least six months. So, you know, I don't I'm not saying these things are related, but tough politics on these decisions. Yeah. And we're not giving him any cover when we're not denying the existence of climate change over here. Well, and that's one of the things that Trump to the piss me off, you know, his after nine climate change. She said, well, the Chinese pollute their environment, and it's drifting over here or something. But again, he's giving a pass to the Chinese unions. All these other countries who we need to do more because they're just pointing at us and say, well, the Americans are falling behind on on their target. So at a time when we need everybody be doing more on climate. He's giving people excuse to do less. You're totally right. That this protest got worse from krone worse than I thought. But again, it's because you know, if he's the only one doing some of these steps, it seems like climate change is kind of elitist concern, not a concern. That is gonna fact everyday people it gets harder for political leaders to take hard decisions. And you know, a guy like Macron's he's not going to be able to do that alone. No, sure. Not so later in the show, Kelly magazine, and I are gonna talk about Elizabeth warrants foreign policy speech, but more broadly. I mean TIs the season for everyone to go out and give their big framing speech because some adviser said you need to look like a commander in chief..

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"kelly magazine" Discussed on Pod Save the World

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04:15 min | 3 years ago

"kelly magazine" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"Welcome back to Pat, save the world. This is Tommy Vitor great to be back here in the with you all I got to part show coming your way. I Ben Rhodes, and I talk about what's been a pretty wild week in foreign policy news. We had the the legacy on foreign policy of George H W Bush the good the bad and the ugly. We had a g twenty where you saw the Saudi leadership isolated. He saw the US isolated. You saw a maybe maybe not agreement to end the trade war with China. And then we talked about Democrats and foreign policy, and what they should be talking about in twenty twenty which leads into my next conversation with Kelly magazine, you heard from her before she is a brilliant foreign policy thinker and writer the center for American progress. We talked about Elizabeth Warren's big foreign policy speech last week and more broadly. What Democrats should be saying out on the trail. So it is a great show. I think you'll enjoy it. And here's the conversation with that. Ben Rhodes is back back in studio in studio not in a hotel, and he's been. Although I must have been kind of poignant nice seeing Jim Bakker of all this emotional turmoil with George W Bush passing with Jim Baker was Bush's secretary of state chief-of-staff best friend, basically from the days in Texas. So is passing was probably very tough on them. Yeah. It's interesting. We when I got there. I saw Bama and he had just seen George H W Bush. Oh, really? So he is like, yeah. I got into town and went right to visit the guy and. Yeah. So you've got to say basically goodbye to him. The always let you know. George Bush was always very nice to not many Republicans were no. They were you know, he was always very gracious to him. And so is it was a fortuitous opportunity for him to drop by and say goodbye central. Yeah. Well, that's a perfect segue to the first thing I want to ask you because I think it's fair to say that George H W Bush was the most experienced person whoever took the office of the presidency. He ran the CIA is using Basser to the UN us are on. Void China is the vice president. Yeah, he's a member of congress, though, that, you know, the men more back, then I guess. Yeah. So you know, he gets credit for managing the fall of the Soviet Union. The unification of Germany for driving Saddam Hussein out of Kuwait's you work for Baker. James Baker former secretary of state liquor saying we've both heard Obama talk about how much he liked George H W Bush and was impressed by his leadership. Specifically the way he led the national security team and his foreign policy. What did you make of his record generally? Well, you know, if you asked Obama which recent president. He admired the most in terms of their foreign policy. He would always say, George, H W Bush. You know, I think basically anybody post John F Kennedy. Right. That's what Obama would say. You know? I think if you look at the way in which he led number one, he always put alliances and international institutions at the center of what he did. Which is almost a stunning thing to say, given how much son did not do that give Trump scorns lines. But essentially, you know, even when you pursued the Gulf war, he made sure that that was a UN Security Council sanctioned effort, he built this coalition with dozens of countries his approach to the end of the Cold War was one that was very much focused on how do you strengthen international institutions like the United Nations and NATO. He was pretty aggressive in pursuing is really Palestinian peace convening the Madrid conference. It helped lead to peace deal between Israel and Jordan. So multi-lateralism alliances. Is were the center of his approach to the world. He also didn't kind of beat his chest, and gloat, you know, this kind of Republican approach to foreign policy that makes it kind of this. You know, you humiliate other countries binary, he didn't spike the football on the Cold War. You know, he he understood that it would be destabilizing. Centrally if he was trying to grind the Russians nose into the ground. So the soft landing was not, you know, preordained, and as I've heard a bomb say many times, some of the best things you do as president or the outcomes that don't happen..

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"kelly magazine" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"kelly magazine" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"Welcome back to Pat, save the world. This is TamI tour great to be back here in the with you all I got to part show coming your way. I Ben Rhodes, and I talk about what's been a pretty wild week in foreign policy news. We had the the legacy on foreign policy of George H W Bush the good the bad and the ugly. We had a g twenty where you saw the Saudi leadership isolated. He saw the US isolated use. A maybe maybe not agreement to end the trade war with China. And then we talked about Democrats and foreign policy, and what they should be talking about in twenty twenty which leads into my next conversation with Kelly magazine, you guys have heard from her before she is a brilliant foreign policy thinker and writer the center for American progress. We talked about Elizabeth Warren's big foreign policy speech last week and more broadly. What Democrats should be saying out on the trail. So it is a great show. I think you'll enjoy it. And here's the conversation with that. Ben Rhodes is back back in studio in studio not in a hotel, and he's been although you know, must have been kind of poignant nice seeing Jim Baker. Of all this emotional turmoil with with George H W Bush passing. Well, Jim Baker was Bush's secretary of state chief-of-staff best friend, basically from the days in Texas. So is passing was probably very tough on his interesting. We when I got there. I saw Bama, and he had just seen George H W Bush, really? So he is like, yeah. I got into town and went right to visit the guy and. Yeah. So you've got to say basically good bye to him. The always let you George. Bush was always very nice to not many Republicans were no. They were you know, he was always very gracious to him. And so it was a fortuitous opportunity for him to drop by and say goodbye central. Yeah. Well, that's a perfect segue to the first thing I wanted to ask you because I think it's fair to say that George H W Bush was the most experienced person whoever took the office of the presidency. He ran the CIA is using Basser to the UN us envoy to China is the vice president. Yeah, he's a member of congress, though, that, you know, the men more back, then I guess. Yeah. So you know, he gets credit for managing the fall of the Soviet Union. The unification of Germany for driving Saddam Hussein out of Kuwait's you worked for Baker James Baker former secretary of state liquor saying we've both heard Obama talk about how much he liked George H W Bush was impressed by his leadership. Specifically the way he led the national security team and his foreign policy. What did you make of his record generally? Well, you know, if you asked Obama which recent president. He admired the most in terms of their farm policy. He would always say, George, H W Bush. I think basically anybody post John F Kennedy. Right. That's what Obama would say. You know? I think if you look at the way in which he led number one, he always put alliances and international institutions at the center of what he did. Which is almost a stunning thing to say, given how much as son did not do that give Trump scorns lines. But essentially, you know, even when you pursued the Gulf war, he made sure that that was UN's Security Council sanctioned effort, he built this coalition with dozens of countries his approach to the end of the Cold War was one that was very much focused on how do you strengthen international institutions like the United Nations and NATO. He was pretty aggressive in pursuing is really Palestinian peace convening the Madrid conference. It helped lead to peace deal between Israel and Jordan. So multi-lateralism alliances. Is were the center of his approach to the world. He also didn't kind of beat his chest, and gloat know, this kind of Republican approach to foreign policy that makes it kind of this. You know, you humiliate other countries and binary he didn't spike the football and the Cold War. You know, he he understood that it would be destabilizing sensually if he was trying to grind the Russians nose into the ground. So the soft landing was not, you know, preordained, and as I've heard many times some of the best things you do as president or the outcomes that don't happen..

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"kelly magazine" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"kelly magazine" Discussed on Pod Save the World

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"kelly magazine" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"kelly magazine" Discussed on Pod Save the World

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