37 Burst results for "Kennedy"

Fresh update on "kennedy" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kennedy" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Germantown is down to 37 and in Dale 41. Many parts of our area in the suburbs down to the 30s tonight. At ten 40, The White House says President Biden is monitoring the largest Chinese protests in decades, CBS News correspondent Ed O'Keefe explains how the rare public descent in China is growing. This is by far the biggest challenge yet to Xi Jinping's zero COVID policy, which is battered China's economy and lockdown hundreds of millions of people in their homes. Furious some people yell what, until now, few. Even dared sail out. Down with Xi Jinping. Down with the Communist Party, President Biden was briefed on the protests, but has not spoken publicly about them. It's part of a cautious approach by the administration as it tries to stabilize the relationship with China, which has grown increasingly tense during the first two years in office. Zero COVID is now not popular because the rest of the world is returning to normal. And so people don't have another way to express themselves. Scott Kennedy with the center for strategic and international studies speaking with WTO a bit earlier tonight. And Iranian general says more than 300 people have been killed in nationwide protests. It was the first official word on casualties since the demonstrations began two months ago. But the estimate is considerably lower than the total reported by human rights activists in Iran. That's a U.S. based group that has been closely tracking the protests since they erupted in the middle of September. They say more than 450 protesters and 60 security forces have died since the start of the unrest and then more than 18,000 people have been detained. The protests were sparked by the death of a young woman who was arrested by Iran's morality police for improperly wearing her hijab, but it has escalated into calls for the overthrow of Iran's ruling clerics. Today, the ministers of foreign affairs of Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia Lithuania, Norway and Sweden, all visited Kyiv. It's the biggest international visit to the Ukrainian capital from the beginning of Russia's war against Ukraine. It's more proof of Europe's commitment to help Ukraine. It's hard to tell what Russia is planning, but there are signs they're up to something. We have seen that more warships, a big warship now carrying 8 caliber missiles appeared in the Black Sea that I would just assign that they are planning for another massive missile strike. Yuri said, as an adviser to Ukraine's minister of defense, he says the Russians have learned that in order to hit any targets inside Ukraine. They need to overwhelm our air defense systems. And Zach says there's only one way Russia can do that. And this can only be possible if they launch these missiles strikes in swarms. And that's exactly what they suspect coming based on the body language of Russia's forces in the country and those far outside the country. National security correspondent JJ green. These two teams have poorer records than most in the NFL, but tonight they're playing a close Monday Night Football game. We'll talk steelers and cults and how the wizards did straight ahead. Hi, I'm Frank, owner of a plumbing company, and an expert in fixing the leaks in your house. However, I was also finding leaks in my marketing plan. New jobs weren't flowing in

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Mark Shaw and Eric Discuss the Shady Dealings of the Kennedy Clan

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:41 min | 3 d ago

Mark Shaw and Eric Discuss the Shady Dealings of the Kennedy Clan

"1960, Joseph Kennedy, the father of JFK, RFK, teddy Kennedy. He had been a bootlegger. He had been involved with dark forces during prohibition, so he has these connections. He wants his son to be elected president. He makes a deal with these old colleagues. And as you just said, basically says, if you help me to get my son elected president, I will leave you alone. Exactly. And so then I had an eyewitness who was right at breakfast where Joe ordered JFK to a point Bobby Kennedy attorney general. And you can just imagine the reaction from those mafioso had helped him get in The White House because Bobby Kennedy during the mcclellan hearings, which were those racketeering Harry earrings years earlier, had gone after all those guys. James hoffa, Carlos Marcello, traffic Conte, all the Mickey Cohen, all of them. So they were alarmed and they should have been because one of the first things in 1961 that Bobby did was go after Marcelo, who was the New Orleans Don worth millions and millions of dollars, racketeering, prostitution, all kinds of things. This is a 100% classic portrayal like out of a movie. You make a deal with the mob and as soon as JFK appoints his brother, which is its own bizarreness, but appoints his brother. Everyone knows his brother RFK hates the mob and is going to go after them. So at that moment, you have big trouble brewing because as far as I know, the mob doesn't like to be double crossed.

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Fresh update on "kennedy" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kennedy" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Center Eisenhower theater December 13th to January 8th, tickets at Kennedy Center dot org. This Justin to WTO P, the white gunman who massacred ten black shoppers and workers at a Buffalo New York supermarket has just pled guilty to murder and hate motivated terrorism charges. That plea guarantees that 19 year old Payton gendron will spend the rest of his life in prison. Gendron entered the plea this morning in a courthouse roughly two miles from that grocery store where he used a semi-automatic rifle and body armor to carry out the racist assault. The police comes in the midst of another wave of high profile mass shootings in recent weeks. There have been deadly attacks at a Walmart in Virginia and at a gay club in Colorado, as well as at the University of Virginia. Researchers in Houston have created a vaccine that could block the effects of the opioid, fentanyl. A vaccine that could block the opioid fentanyl from entering the brain, thus eliminating the drug's high, has been developed by a university of Houston research team. Our vaccine generates antibodies against a chemical. And that chemical is fentanyl. Researcher, doctor Colin Hale, says initial tests and rats show the vaccine to be a game changer. We block deadly effects, decrease in blood oxygen, heart rate, respiration, and general activity. Clinical tests are soon planned in humans, Stephen Kauffman, CPS

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Why Author Mark Shaw Sought the Truth in the JFK Assassination

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 3 d ago

Why Author Mark Shaw Sought the Truth in the JFK Assassination

"For folks who don't know anything about you, how did you get into this? Because anybody who's been alive in our lifetimes know that there's been tremendous controversy and confusion around certainly the death of president Kennedy, the death of Marilyn Monroe, and many people haven't even heard of Dorothy kill gallon. What brought you? What is your background that brought you to investigate these things as you have done over the years? Well, you ask about how I got into all of this and I have no idea in some ways very Quinn. President Kennedy was killed 60 years ago, you know, nearly 60 years ago or a little bit more. You know, I like everybody else. I cried my ears out. I was a Purdue university as a freshman. And yet over the years then, I bought all this material about J. Edgar Hoover saying Oswald alone. Oswald alone all of that and everything else. And then I had a real break with this because I knew Melvin Belli, who represented Jack Ruby, who shot Lee Harvey Oswald. I practiced law with him in San Francisco in the 80s. And when Belle I died, I started to look into his life and times and I found out that I could have a book there. So I wrote Melvin bell I king of the courtroom. And what I found out was the alarming, a couple things. First of all, he was very close with the mafia, one of his main clients was Mickey Cohen, the Los Angeles gangster. You're talking about but more than talking about Bella, are you talking about Marvin belli was close with the mafia? Melvin bell. Melvin Belli. Bella. Yeah. San Francisco attorney, but also he was known as a tort lawyer. He was a personal injury lawyer. How in the world I asked myself, I mean, you're a curious guy. How did he become Jack Ruby's attorney? So I started looking into that and what I found out was that actually he was a hired by those who wanted to silence Jack Ruby for his participation in the killing of Oswald and the JFK assassination. So

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Larry Taunton: The WEF's Unspoken Agenda Is Depopulation

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:25 min | 6 d ago

Larry Taunton: The WEF's Unspoken Agenda Is Depopulation

"Well, we were talking about Kissinger just a moment ago and really what I want to drive home is this whole idea that at bottom the World Economic Forum. Whatever their videos they put out and the sound very good and they're various feel good, a conferences and these kinds of things. The World Economic Forum at bottom, they're unspoken or let's just say it's not unspoken, but quietly spoken, agenda is depopulation. And this began with the predicament of mankind in 1970 and the fact that Kissinger and 74 is pushing in a classified document, a classified report to the president of the United States, depopulation. And he says, look, we need a global version of Planned Parenthood. And now in this document, he's speaking quite openly because he's not anticipating this is or ever going to be read by people like you and me. But you have this agenda being pushed in a very big way. Now, the Kissinger connection is important because Kissinger was a professor at Harvard's Kennedy school of government. And guess who one of his star pupils was? I was going to guess either Satan or Adolf Hitler and I realized neither of those really would make sense.

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Glenn Kirschner: It's Time for an Investigation Into Justice Alito

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:10 min | 6 d ago

Glenn Kirschner: It's Time for an Investigation Into Justice Alito

"You tweeted Congress if you're listening. It's time for an investigation. I'd fashion it an impeachment inquiry of justice Alito, his lies to the Senate to the American people into the late senator Ted Kennedy must be investigated because women's constitutional rights matter. Yeah, I got to get your take on this latest bombshell report about justice Alito leaking. Yeah, The New York Times made it pretty clear in its reporting. I think two days ago, a couple mister and misses Wright had dinner with another couple, mister and misses Alito, and the next day, misses Wright contacted this reverend shank is his name and said, I've got some very interesting information. No emails, please, and then she told him that basically Alito authored the hobby lobby opinion. Another opinion that basically is religion over the rule of law, and that hobby lobby is gonna win. So Alito leaked his own opinion, the hobby lobby opinion. Don't you think he probably also leaked the Dobbs opinions revoking women's constitutional privacy rights? Yeah. And then acted all huffy about it.

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NASA launch of moon rocket delayed again by tropical weather

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

NASA launch of moon rocket delayed again by tropical weather

"The hurricane forecast for Florida forces NASA to delay its moon rocket launch again NASA was aiming for an Artemis launch from the Kennedy Space Center Monday But now says it's pushing that back to Wednesday at the earliest because of Nicole threatening to hit Florida's east coast around midnight as a hurricane Evacuations are underway in the national hurricane center's John angelos says warnings are in effect from Boca Raton to a round Daytona Beach Strong tropical storm category one hurricanes expected to be the landfall intensity and up there near the cape canaveral area the hurricane conditions are possible Fuel leaks have kept the rocket grounded since August then hurricane Ian forced it back to the hangar It's now back on the launch pad NASA said the rocket is designed to withstand heavy rains and high wind I'm Julie Walker

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Tropical Storm Nicole bears down on the Bahamas, Florida

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tropical Storm Nicole bears down on the Bahamas, Florida

"Tropical storm Nicole bears down on The Bahamas forecast to become a hurricane as it heads to Florida Evacuation orders in effect on Florida's east coast from Palm Beach to Daytona Beach including Mar-a-Lago and Kennedy Space Center which is delaying the moon rocket launch The national hurricane center's Daniel Brown We're not expecting this to get the much stronger than category one hurricane But because the system is so large really almost the entire east coast of Florida except the extreme southeast part and the keys is going to receive tropical storm force winds over the next 12 to 24 hours He says Nicole's winds are already 70 mph and increasing rainfall from three to 5 feet is forecast also life threatening storm surge with the storm surge amounts as high as three to 5 feet I'm Julie Walker

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Broadway Star Laura Osnes and Eric Discuss How She Was 'Cancelled'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

Broadway Star Laura Osnes and Eric Discuss How She Was 'Cancelled'

"I want to remind people if they're just tuning in, you won you got Tony nominations. You were the star of many Broadway big hits, big deal stuff. You were you appeared on the Kennedy Center Honors on CBS. I believe you were an episode of kojak, am I getting that right? Just kidding. That's a little bit before you got this might be before your time. Before your title. Can you play the heavy in an episode in 1976 and one of those kojak? I'm so surprised you remember. Thank you for that. It's amazing. It was a small part, but it was beautiful. No, but so the point is that you, so you're telling us the story of what happened a year ago that you're invited to guildhall, which I know well in east Hampton. And they find out or they ask you, oh, you have to be vaccinated. And you said, well, I'm not vaccinated. So I'm not going to do it. Page 6 of the New York Post, not a fan of page 6, folks. It's like a sloppy tabloidy garbage. Thank you, Rupert Murdoch. Thank you. Thank you really. Thank you. And they stir the pot and they tell all these stories. And it's not true. And suddenly you're dealing with this media firestorm. That's it. That just spread like wildfire. And I immediately lost four other jobs that I had been associated to that were upcoming. And the vaccination status is one thing. But what actually happened is I feel like these jobs were lost because no one could no longer associate with me because of this choice. And New York is very one sided. The theater industry, especially, is very one sided. And if you don't pair it a certain narrative, there are super tolerant until you maybe think a different way about the world. And then you're the enemy.

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Inflation puts tighter squeeze on already pricey kids sports

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 3 weeks ago

Inflation puts tighter squeeze on already pricey kids sports

"The high rate of inflation is putting the squeeze on family budgets And that includes participation in youth sports activities Ballpark swimming pools and dance studios across America are seeing a decline in participation For this Ohio mom Rachel Kennedy We're watching prices rise while our income stays the same and we're just trying to keep up Her 14 year old son has to sit out baseball this year because the lowest price program she could find was about $600 to enroll And that didn't cover that gloves shoes She tells her son it's not his fault The guilt is real I feel horrible that I can't let him play on more advanced teams at Penn State university associate professor Jennifer agen says between COVID cutbacks and inflation participating differently because their family doesn't have the means to provide quite as many opportunities Studies done before inflation spike showed families spent about $700 a year on kids sports I'm Jackie Quinn

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When AJ Gave up the Biggest Scoop of His Career for Jack Nicholson

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:26 min | 3 weeks ago

When AJ Gave up the Biggest Scoop of His Career for Jack Nicholson

"The next morning he was gonna shoot the cover for John Kennedy junior's magazine George and he didn't want to shoot it. He was out too late. He was with Ashley, then he met us at spy bar down in Soho. We had a ball. I mean, oh God, I'm getting on so many tangents. The point is, he never showed up for the shoot and John Kennedy junior couldn't do anything about it because it was the weekend he was in the island off Georgia about to get married to Carolyn bessette. And that's the night that Jack told me, I'm in town for the kids wedding. I said, oh, who's getting married? John John. And Jack just gave me everything. He told me to get married. They're on Cumberland island. He didn't know. He just gave me every fucking fact. And after that dinner I called my friend rosemary who represented John and I said, hey, I know the wedding is this weekend. I know where it's at. I know it's in tumbling island. Just tell John and Carolyn, I ain't gonna write about it, but just let them know I'm thinking about them. I want them to have a good time. AJ, I don't know what you're talking about. It's not true. Of course she knew it was true. And of course, John and Carolyn always loved me for not telling that story. However, I lost the biggest scoop in America. But I didn't care. Because I loved hanging out with Jack. I love making John Kennedy feel good. This was toward the end of my reign.

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The Greatest Contribution You Can Make Toward Saving This Nation

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

The Greatest Contribution You Can Make Toward Saving This Nation

"If you're not running for a national for a local or for county position, if you're not on a campaign, working for somebody who is, the greatest contribution you can make to the saving of our nation. Is to make sure others vote. The left has always been organized ever since Joe Kennedy bought all those dead votes from the cemeteries of Chicago and Philadelphia to get his son elected, the left has been organized. Now it's our turn.

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Police: Man arrested in connection with 4 Oklahoma slayings

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

Police: Man arrested in connection with 4 Oklahoma slayings

"Florida authorities are holding a person of interest wanted in connection with the mass killing in Oklahoma I Norman hall A man wanted for questioning about the daz and dismemberment of four men in eastern Oklahoma has been arrested in Florida According to police in oak monkey Joe Kennedy was arrested Monday in Daytona Beach shores while driving a stolen vehicle Kennedy is being described as a person of interest in the deaths of Mark Chastain Billy Chastain Mike sparks and Alex Stevens who had been reported missing their dismembered bodies were found last week in the deep fork river in oak mogi It's about 40 miles south of Tulsa I Norman hall

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COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine Thought Crimes

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | Last month

COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine Thought Crimes

"Team has been on the cutting edge. Of the mRNA gene altering technology, otherwise known as a vaccine. From the very beginning, our program was not anti vax, we weren't pro vax, but we certainly were skeptical about all the same actors and companies, deep state bureaucrats, members of the fourth branch of government, that were pushing a new technology with vaccine, not just pushing, but mandating it on the American people without any buddy allowed to ask questions. No one was allowed to have disagreement opposition, look at the data and it was always very troubling for us on the program from the very beginning. And from November of 2020, I was actually November December 2020. I was at Greg farrington's church in California. I think it's rockland, California. It's destiny church. Greg farrington is a great guy. And he asked me about the vaccine. Now, mind you, I hadn't done a lot of research about the vaccine. I had never really been into the vaccine as a topic, if you will. There were a lot of great people that were doing work in that world, doctor tenpenny, and Bobby Kennedy junior, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., I should say, and a lot of other people, I had never really gotten into it. It wasn't a place of area passion of mine or something I had a lot of expertise in. And I remember answering the question on stage out of pure instinct built on distrust and cynicism of what happened in the year 2020. Now, what I said on that stage, I'm paraphrasing here and drawing from memory is basically, I don't think I trust this vaccine because the very same companies the very same people that have lied to us throughout the entire calendar year 2020 are now trying to push this gene altering MN RN mRNA technology on us. And

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Biden’s ‘Armageddon’ Talk Edges Beyond Bounds of U.S. Intel

Mark Levin

01:37 min | Last month

Biden’s ‘Armageddon’ Talk Edges Beyond Bounds of U.S. Intel

"The grave threat to the nation is the man the putative president who sits in the Oval Office as I speak He is a grave threat to this nation and every respect Domestic and foreign The Associated Press Biden's Armageddon talk and just beyond bounds of U.S. intelligence president Joe Biden's warning that the world is at risk of nuclear Armageddon was designed to send an unvarnished message That no one should underestimate the extraordinary danger of Russia deploys tactical nuclear weapons In its war against Ukraine administration officials said Friday that's not what happened He made those comments he made those comments at a fundraising event Off the top of his head presidents grimace assessment delivered during a democratic fundraiser Last night rippled around the globe and appeared to edge beyond the boundaries of current U.S. intelligence assessments U.S. security officials continued to say they have no evidence that Vladimir Putin has him in it plans for nuclear strike Biden veered into talk about Ukraine at the end of his standard fundraising remarks Saying that Putin was not joking when he talks about the use of tactical nuclear weapons or biological or chemical weapons Those are quotes Further quotes we have not faced the prospect of Armageddon since Kennedy and the Cuban missile crisis He suggested the threat from Putin is real because it his military as you might say significantly underperforming

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Biden Warns of Nuclear 'Armageddon' at Fundraiser

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | Last month

Biden Warns of Nuclear 'Armageddon' at Fundraiser

"I think are reasonably good if you want to get into the mind and the left even though you're going to be inundated with leftist propaganda you want to see what they're thinking Politico and axios are two pretty hard left out They pretend that they're down the middle they're not They rarely write and ever ever rarely write an article that's done in a strictly from a journalistic endeavor It's always an opinion based left wing thing But still they're good outlets to get an idea of what the left's talking about So I read this this morning Mike Allen axios Biden warns of Armageddon I'm like wait what What do you mean Like the Bruce Willis movie Don't want to close You're right No no that's not what I mean I wish it were I wish Steven Tyler would start singing right now because he's far better than me No apparently he's talking about actual Armageddon not the Ben Affleck Bruce Willis fling Here from axios the in case you think I'm just pulling this out of my wazoo So President Biden apparently was at some closed door fundraiser in New York last evening axios notes And he was talking about the Russian invasion in Ukraine and at its inviting the highest nuclear quote prospect of Armageddon since Kennedy and the Cuban missile crisis in 1962 Wow So the guy who gets the PDB the presidential daily brief granted he probably doesn't remember 90% of it But the one part of it he does remember he voices at a gathering of muckety mucks and a fundraiser in New York where he discloses that the United States is heading to DEFCON one faster than anybody thought And at the same rate of the Cuban missile crisis where we were teetering on the edge of global nuclear war

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Biden says risk of "Armageddon" highest since Cuban Missile Crisis

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Biden says risk of "Armageddon" highest since Cuban Missile Crisis

"President Joe Biden says the risk of a nuclear Armageddon is the highest since the Cuban missile crisis nearly 60 years ago In a speech at a New York fundraiser for the democratic senatorial campaign committee President Biden said Russian president Vladimir Putin was not joking when he talks about the use of tactical nuclear weapons or biological or chemical weapons The president adding we have not faced a prospect of Armageddon since Kennedy and the Cuban missile crisis Biden's remarks are the starkest warnings yet by the U.S. government They come at a time that the Russian military has had major battlefield losses in its war on Ukraine

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Jeff Stein Reacts to Sen. John Kennedy's Latest Political Ad

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:21 min | Last month

Jeff Stein Reacts to Sen. John Kennedy's Latest Political Ad

"Want to get y'all's reaction to this great campaign ad that came out from the wordsmith of the U.S. Senate. I'm speaking of none other than senator John Kennedy of Louisiana. Violent crime is surging in Louisiana. Woke leaders by the police. I blame the criminals. A mom should not have to look over her shoulder when she's pumping gas. I voted against the early release of violent criminals. And I opposed defunding the police. Look, if you hate cops just because of cops, the next time you get in trouble, call a crackhead. I'm John Kennedy, and I approve this message. Chest I call a crackhead. Oh, sure, I have to follow John Kennedy. No, I mean, but that's the whole point of it, isn't it? It's that when you're able to make political hay, well, that's defund the police. Let's bail the criminals out of jail so they can reoffend. Well, that all sounds really good if you have security. If you have your, you know, Cory bush can say it's great to defund the police while she has a security detail. That is to Mary's earlier point so tone deaf and you give somebody who can actually speak without Washington gibberish like the senator, there's your closing argument, Todd right there.

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Herschel Walker Denies Abortion Allegations

The Officer Tatum Show

01:15 min | Last month

Herschel Walker Denies Abortion Allegations

"I still have to talk about this Christian walker thing. You know, one of my friends, right wing angel, he posted some stuff online and he's showing these pictures of Christian walker with his dad, every step of the way, and then all of a sudden, Christian walker has come out against his dad. I want you to hear what Herschel Walker has said about the abortion claim. I just want you to hear from his mouth. I already talked about it, but I want you to hear what he had to say, so 44 second clip. Let's roll clip three. Do you know the woman that is making this allegation? I have no idea, but it is a flight out lie. And now you know how important this seat is, the seat is very important that they'll do anything to win this seat, lie because they want to make it by everything else except what the true problems that we have in this country is. This inflation, the border wide open, crime, they don't want to talk about that. So they're making up lies now because they need this Georgia seat. So I'm going to encourage anyone out there. Let's not let them take this seat. If you can go to team horse or dot com, let's not let them take this seat because if they take this seat, we won't recognize this country tomorrow because right now for them to come out with total lies. That is interesting. He said it's a flat lot. He don't even know that woman.

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The Redemption Story

The Officer Tatum Show

01:45 min | Last month

The Redemption Story

"In the break, I had kept talking, I think there was a glitch in the last thing I said was that I was going to fight that teacher. I was going to beat her up and that's the type of person that I was. So let me try to finish that thought because I was going on a thing for like two minutes after the break. But after that, after me getting in trouble, I got suspended from school. I mean, I got expelled from school. It wasn't just suspension. I got expelled. I had to go to alternative school. And that was one of the biggest blessings of my life going to alternative school because I never want to get in trouble again after that. I mean, I thought I was in prison. Think about first world issues. I had to wear uniforms. And that was enough for me to say, and we had to go through meta detectors, and they gave us these little pencils. I mean, it was hell going through there. I want no parts of going through alternative screw ever again. And I went on to college and I had a terrible attitude. I had a terrible attitude. People on the team were afraid of me, the coaches were afraid of me. You say the wrong thing to me and Brandon Tatum is fighting. I can't tell you how many cell phones I've broken. I can't tell you how many VHS tapes I destroyed. And some of young people that are listening, you don't know what a VHS tape is. However, VHS tapes, I destroyed them when I was upset. I never got into mystic violence or anything like that, but I had a terrible attitude, but I got saved. That's the beauty of the redemption story. I got saved. I was baptizing Jesus name field with God's spirit, and it changed me. I quit cursing. You know, I just thought I thought of things much differently. And I tell you it. Before I was saved, you know, would I have been in a domestic violence situation? I mean, I don't think so. But, you know, some of the things that I had to deal with with my oldest son, you know, it makes me very upset, but because I'm safe, I can deal with it.

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"kennedy" Discussed on Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

"Learning curve is yeah is shorter than the word curve and then on my fifth throw i hit like bulls is like basically every time. Because you're like five feet from it and then it was like well. I hate that we got our shot. And we're like we're walking out. I was like dude. What what should i make up to tell them because bercy because we had it for the the minimum thirty minutes so i thought that was pretty good. I just go well. We were just downtown and we had a bet who could get a bullseye fassa. I want so head out. And he's like. I'm not even going to charge you. Yeah l. cool which tuck times has got to be pretty people so good for him. Yeah we will. Thanks so much because we just had a bad. He's like yeah nice talks dude. Get out of my store next to yeah. It's it's an advice road. Yeah that's not going to be around in five years. It's kind of scares me too. I mean you through one. That's about balance and landed like a foot from you. Yeah and it's not even like you seen those like crazy videos where it like flies over their head and they had to duck. Oh yeah i mean good from having waivers but that's legitimate dangerous to go in there and do so. Yes a good attempt by the accident you know. They had their heyday but they can't do what. Putt putt has done. What's gotta figure it out. It was a great high school activity back the end up the better. Do i mean. I had a couple of fist fights at a putt. Putt really them where they're batting cages there as well. It's a different crowd. No there's just strictly pineau you know when you have a ball layup like a rock or something and you you hit it and people say you have to take a stroke and no i don't use gives you intense. I would always get mad at my sister well when we were putt. Putt because she wouldn't let the ball stop rolling she just like hit it in the run-up to the ball kid again eligible me nuts right or drag the ball with her putter. You have to do the right way. Yeah there's only one way she would let you show her how to putt me on. Yeah come here. it's all in the hit all it's just just just just nice and easy. Yeah i don't even wanna. This is a little too far though it's fine. She has no honestly. She has no idea that you need. These jokes exists. Like i think she's pretty clueless. Which is good. Yeah same with the diem riddle girl. I'll just never talked to you Perfect hey should we go back in time a little bit this. We did it last week soon as the podcast was over. Let's do it was like maybe we should talk about this on the podcast right. We're going to the we mentioned so my old vine so if you see i was a big time viner and hold a hate this. What is that thumbnail. Mcdonald's yeah. They ripped that thumb. No which is weird vine compilation. Here's a little shorter one. Best vines from trade kennedy. We try it. I think it's a playlist de. I've actually never done. I've never seen like a vine compilation of yours all right. Let's go to get weird. But i followed you online Best lunch trae kennedy any comments. Some of these do not huge wealth. The top top comment what are they. Are they offensive. I don't know here we go alive. Oh okay hold on. Sorry here we go. This did not age. Well this next one's in like arabic and not make sense all right. Tony fury said he he had emojis. Okay thank you seeing at home with no live in divine this one. You'll like this one. Such.

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"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

"Russian people opt out for that and it turns out that there are all these technology alternatives inside of the phone so one alternative which apple no uses is that it doesn't have to keep the same identifier yelling all the time it can change that identifier which means that it's harder for someone to track you by name even though that you still martin able they're tracking one could imagine a change in the phone that had a push button to immediately put my phone in airplane mode which would therefore turn off the wifi while roaming around while we were there to say by looking at how a phone is actually designed that we came out with a whole of many other possible changes to the design that could allow an individual to have control of so whether they wanted to be tracked in this way or not. I guess that leads to a question of if the solve for the problem is already in the phone. Why wasn't the problem anticipated by apple. Whoever made the phone or the service provider and the solution was already baked into the technology before it was put out. There is nobody thinking about this stuff on the corporate end of this about privacy. I how do we bake more privacy into those kind of decisions and not keep having to fix things at the back end right and this is a fantastic point because if while designing the phone you thought about any of this you could have just made this easier. Avoid this conflict for society altogether and so one of the ways we can solve our technology society clashes is at the time were designing the technology. Think about longer term consequences and what they might be one of the things we teach in. The kennedy school course is how to do that. Actually how companies can do that and that they should that but the reason it doesn't happen now. It's not so much the how it's matter of motivations and some of it is the house that we don't train technologists to do this without chain train. Technology developers are managers to do this. And that it's important and that they can do this easily ineffectively. The other piece of two is the way we designed technology developed. Technology is very rapid and it doesn't allow for a lot of time for quality control in most instances like a website. It comes live and they're fixing it tweaking and updated in real time and so forth while we're actually using it and so this sort of speed to market is another reason. Why this momentary pause where you say. What are the adverse consequences. And how might we address it right. The sort of building the airplane while you're flying scenario that's right but how do you change that if that government intervention setting regulatory standards or is it better education retraining or training of the next generation of technologists to take those things into account..

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"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

"That use cookies that are tracking him and we lifted the number of were tracking him. It really blew his mind and he had no idea that you know some. I think when we completed the list was over a hundred different entities that we could identify noon. He had visited this arbitrary website. You're kidding that's incredible a one hundred different entities following you around right exactly. What is the scariest thing to you right. Now that can be legally done with our data. Can you give me an example of something that we really should be concerned about. I think that things that come to my mind. In the in the highest it has to do with life and liberty. You know how the government uses personal information how the government can't track individuals. I think is is the scariest. Because in the hands of grow especially as we become more and more politically polarized. I worried that the data itself can become weaponized and used against people in ways that will only think of through through views. Ally nazi germany. Answer for so. I worry a lot about those kinds of situations and then the other kind of data that i worry about a lot are all of the data sharing and waste distort information that we don't think about our ability to be impersonated all the time. So this disinformation is one way where the information we received is the story but also our own identities can easily be distorted online and can cause a catastrophe in our our various in common in government systems. So those are the things that i worry about the most and then the second tier is i worry. A lot about disinformation in how the communication systems have really turned against us right. I think he did a paper not too long ago. On the government democracy peace something like thirty five states had had voter information sites that could be hacked and people's voter information could be potentially changed or altered. Can you talk a little bit about that. Yeah so in. Two thousand sixteen a group of students in i followed the election trying to figure out ways the technology could be used to cause problems for the election and so we were among the first to sort of find those spots on twitter. There were there's probably misinformation but later as we got towards the summer we began hearing about situations where people would go to a primary to vote and their information had been changed in the database and so if it was a close primary where in a closed primarily republicans. Get a republican ballot. Democrats get the democrat ballot..

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"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

"Hello and welcome to the new season of the harvard kennedy school policy cast. I'm ralph reed alley your host. Since we launched the new version of policy cast two years ago we've brought you insight and groundbreaking research from harvard kennedy school faculty on a broad range of important issues from the complex relationship between technology and society to workplace bias to pandemic responses to the climate crisis to start the new academic year. We're beginning this fall. Season with a mini series of episodes built around a theme. We're calling systems failure. Each episode will feature different h. A faculty member with a unique expertise in areas including economics technology and healthcare conversations will focus on how the systems that play a huge role in determining how we live. Our lives cannot only treat individuals and groups of people equally but can also exacerbate inequality more generally in our society. We'll also talk about strategies to change those systems to make them more equitable. I found that these ads when you typed on a person's name if the first name was given more often to black babies white babies these ads started popping up climate that the person had in a restaurant there even if they did and.

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"kennedy" Discussed on Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

"Roll music a earlier today. Mitch do you hot air balloon ride which is a fun way for us to die on camera. I think yeah. I didn't say that the time. Because i was kind of like illness can let them one slide but i am not getting harbor. Yeah i would pee my panties. Okay i don't wear panties So that's off the board follow activities. We should go. We should go apple picking. We haven't done that. Yeah it's pretty full What is the process of apple picking. I've never done it at all. You just go and you just you pick apples Yeah i think i think. I think anyone could do the training in. So what's the allure. Like why would i ever do that. Serious question because the store has them your pre picked right but you you take him out of the treatment and then what happens. I don't know that's katie's gardening was like here's like here's a cucumber from the backyard. That if you saw it in the store you would not good really. i mean. it's kind of fun but yet there was. I grew up My grandparents they would live in the north. They lived in the northeast. We'd go up there and pick blueberries and she'd make a cobbler pretty pretty dang austere. I i get have something in your backyard. That's fun to pick. And make for yourself. But like i have to drive thirty minutes to go get apples to apples. Yeah and these aren't even honey crisp right which i'd be willing to pay for in a baggy gala. Yeah gross gross. Yeah i maybe. I just have something with food. I you will never catch me carving a pumpkin carving pumpkins what. Let's talk about the worst fall activities. I've never done it. And i never will rigor d- what is the point carring. Pumpkins i get it. I can't stand covering pumpkins and those kids. Come with the most flimsy little knives of all time. Snap them off with kids. Are you talking about kids. I'm sorry hold on. Maybe you don't buy three pumpkins kid. Yeah okay maybe it's just oklahoma thing. I don't know it was the nineties. It was okay. Time i. I never liked it. It was because as a kid there. Like you're you know something about how to be fun and it's nice to know i still hate it and i was or you see people going a little cute date we're gonna go pick a pumpkin and carve it together. I get annoyed. Gosh yeah just go buy a meal a normal adult neither of them enjoy that you cannot convince me that both people ever enjoyed carring pumpkin together. There's no way to get fired up for the unless pumpkin carving like i guess there's a chance that means something that i don't know of. I could see that being fun. Yeah unless if it came with a kid. I would do it but it doesn't if there was like a a decent chance procreate from it. Yeah that sounds like fun Let's probably while i do it but yeah maybe Trick or treating done that before. That's fun now. My you you down my street. My front porch light is off like as an adult. You're anti trick or treat come on. Are they trick or treating with you with a door to door door will be like. Please show your vaccinate proof of accidents. I don't know yeah that'll be interesting by the way just as a quick note. I know a lot of places this fall. A some of the places where shoes shows that are required stuff like that. I've gotten one or two Sassy deums a distilling. I'm not doing. I'm not doing anything. I'm just being told what to do. We are not in. Don't they could roll up this so just heads up. We all do the same stuff. Yeah just decide to we're doing are still get. We're going to be there. please be there. I don't know we're on control. We really want to make this. Probably twenty thirty two will run kennedy congress. Yeah so we then will then get mad at us but for now we're not in charge trick or treating are you. You have the candy for the kids. I don't know if i've ever as an adult like had done my part for the neighborhood. I don't know i don't care. what am they. don't either. what am i good friends. His birthday's on halloween. So like we're always doing something for his birthday chilling at home handing out many snickers bars right. These kids don't need more candy. No they're fine fine. I'm sure it's going to be hard if you're a kid and you have access to the internet and an ipad to be convinced to like dress up in a costume and go walk around your neighborhood when it's like twenty degrees outside and like i'll stick with the ipad. It'd be funny when you were to be the treehouse. Like gives out the horrible stuff just to see. The kids faces yeah hand. I'm like a like a cucumber from my wife's car. This isn't even a good cucumber. Let you its own grown kid because jelly beans. yeah okay. Well i picked out all the bad ones that one package used to get. So here's vomit. Here's throw your grasslands. yeah. I'll be just the bad ones. Yeah because they're right in front of you. Yeah seriously like if you want all you this whole bag if you try one okay watch him cringe slam the door on them. Welcome to the real world. Speaking of holidays it's my birthday week. Trae oh wow. Is there anything more knowing that someone saying birthday or birthday week or pumpkin. Fancy you last year. I think we fully worked all day into this whole thing on your birthday and there was like four days later it was like. Was it your your birthday like yeah. I'd love how guys do those cool. Well cool reminds me. How would i get a text of my buddy. I've.

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"kennedy" Discussed on Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

"Correct opinions episode one hundred. How and apart. We're going to have a special episode today. hope you enjoy it and has a Special we're gonna do a derek reveal. Derek face reveal at the end of the episode. Don't touch that dial. Don't touch it or yourself. Because he is handsome. Absorb one hundred. Sorry sorry but we have a special do a little. Walk down memory lane if you will I have a massive Iphone note from all of the notes as we did the pockets over the years as you guys know as a lot of was solo me. Jake was in desert so episodes throughout the life for you come on because I hadn't left this house in a year. And i could no longer talk to myself. Yup also talented. Oh sure okay. Thank you want to throw that in. There mean a lot yeah die. Parents career drank their listeners. The recchi's nope. I will just clip this and later. Great group chat them. Hey that's how we got here in. The first place is episode one hundred. This'll be fun. Roll music episode. Episode one episode. One you don't want to talk about credit opinions started with. I was like i'll do a podcast. Y'all try anything. And podcast sounded like something i should do. And i was like. I'm gonna solo podcast because this is all before code right so do solo podcast because this was like two years ago now. So you and i. We've been working together for like two years full-time almost three years. Now the all time when this started maybe nine months or so. So you're saying and doing rain update tonight two year four whole time long good and so like also like i live in the middle of nowhere so i can't have guests on so let's make this work. Yeah i hope so rigs up and up and talked for an hour ourselves. Oh that was fun and easy. No problem would you think everyone should do their own solo pockets because you realize three episodes and you're like i've used up all the stories. I like to tell my life. I am empty. Which is like. I should probably tell these lesson real life too. Because here's trade story again. Here he goes But it went on. It was great. Jake would come on. We had a great time now. Of course he's full on got derek in the house. It's a good time. So i thought why don't we walk. We walk back through all this stuff discuss summer episode one. I've you're one of the things. I mentioned a couple of good things. Do you remember Do the netflix show diagnosis now. Big two years ago. Touch my dial on that it was. That's the phrase right. Yes it was about okay. I it was the show about like how these people had these bizarre symptoms and stuff and we're struggling to get a diagnosis. There was one episode where the school is like. I can't figure this out and the was like we don't need to figure it out. It was a crazy story of how the mom it's like a. I forget what it's called derek. Do you know what it's like a syndrome where the mom like purposely keeps your child sick. Oh it's like that. There's a who show about that as well. Yeah what did you say. Oh she from where we're from good for us. Maybe world trump okay. There's some hulu show where she tells her daughter she has cancer shaves her head even though she's not losing. Her hair from chemo is similar. Thing similar where the girl is. Has this illness where she can't keep food down and the doctors. Maybe you should do this fix it. The moms like. I don't think there's no way they got vaccinated. You know what i mean. no. I don't trust it and So of course. I check twitter. Everyone's like holy council and get this girl out of the house. Like the mom is crazy and i discussed what now i got a crazy. Dm from like the cousin of this. A someone sent me correct opinions and you don't know anything. That's sounds like those episode. I didn't realize this many people would listen. I gotta be careful. I believe it was a white family in utah. So checks out his pop over in provo correct opinions as didn't even have tv's anymore. They're they're just correct opinions e Trae kennedy and jesus listen to that guy and they went on one of the early episodes. We talked about What i think it was big and wedding season two years ago. So there's a lot of wedding contin. The first episodes of you remember for your day one and i went on a big spiel about both wedding hashtags and the speeches weddings. Yes is still not changed too much not at all we still. I like to think the wedding hashtags of died down. Just these people can't come up with any more but there's only so many combinations saw the here i. this is written down from the early episodes. I knew someone named mark and steph get married and the hashtag on your mark get steph. Oh i was gonna. I was gonna guess like mark off my list. A suburb mark marks kind of a gold. Mine when it comes to do check. Mark mark. Mark that dial. Don't get don't get steph stephanus. Something like that. is that like a common one. I think have seen that was getting mark. Was easier steph. Shot step is harder because she loved tequila. Yeah yeah What we go through here episode three Let me see what i liked. I talked about oh. Shane sings five off. Deuce was a classic video. Is that perform for me now Shane sings five octaves. We gotta show. Is that the name of a channel. it's a classic youtube. You've ever seen this. no. I don't think so. It's a shane. Good buddy james video and so you don't you don't know. Do you know what our music not a music guy i am so yeah like on a piano you can play the same note but higher octave correct is that someone's phone this guy episode one hundred one hundred bring still on our. We're gonna make you have to reveal more than one. you keep. Take your shirt off. Take your take your shirt off weight. Well we're octave so like for instance. There's only like. I think it's very rare that a senior can sing four octaves. If you could imagine it's just a very wide range grange guys like all I think And this guy. This is country boy. He cleansing octaves. Which is just i. Don't think physically possible like what musicians out there camp like hell under like is is beyond say like mariah carey was a four octave girl a four octave singer and his guy five. This guy's like wait a second Her i'm not sure okay here. This i love this monetize. It is only three thousand views. So i don't know whoever showed this to me but when i tell you how. How perfect is this already me saying we..

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"kennedy" Discussed on Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

"Wanted but a lot of these shirts. I wear the skivvies. They're kind of like longer kind of this new trend longer t shirts. But that isn't as good with like a jean jacket. It's like four inches higher that goes to my waist. Good so i don't know trae i. My shoes picked out. You saw the new shoes. I bought boston new jersey. Well they'll get up there. I was funny funny. Shooman loyal carpenter man walks with shoes walks with both shoe myself. I know we'll mix it up or about you. I still can't design really i. I've been loving. The t shirt has just gets so hot up there. yeah. I don't know. I've tried to everything short sleeve. Button up long-sleeve short-sea with jacket doesn't line up on tank yet. But if it's nipple casual out i might if we're doing in hawaii. Yeah we want to do a couple of shows nipple cash throw out a an email. I had the thought of maybe splurge on like a nice bomber jacket and that is being my performing jacket every time. Yeah thank you were this last time we saw. I just conditioned myself like. I'm only wearing that. If it's time to be funny actually put that on at dinner. Ironman suitor and i'm just doing my entire set at dinner. I can't help us. What's up with appetizers. Just give me the meal. Jay tick the jacket. I'll get the jacket off of him. Drug so yeah. Oh speaking of the tourists thing I'd like a little extra commission for show. Okay just fyi. I want to bring this up on the podcasts. I was hitting my friend. I was back home this weekend for the wedding. So i didn't. My friend came to town. Let's do something he's great. I'm going to schedule a guy game night for us to just go to this address. Heather's house i don't know how they're all right. Skipped ended story kind of turns out heather at our kansas city. Show like at the comedy club like two years ago kind of fun. Yeah i was like oh you saw me perform my third time ever. Please please remove that from your memory. I didn't have the bomber jacket yet. But anyway i show up in this game night room full of people. I don't know like truly like nine out of ten of them. I had never met before. I did not know them. Happy to say that. Eight of them. Eight bought tickets to see us in springfield that night. While i was there so i wanna little extra cut at the springfield. Show your the game night dude dude. You're hilarious. You should do comedy like well. I actually am kennedy dot com. We're buying how did that come about. It was just a someone. I think asked me what i do and i said strictly performed comedy. I'm a comedian. I feel totally comfortable saying that. Funny and they were like great. Now do social media stuff. Whatever needs to another. Do you have any shows in town. We're doing springfield. We should go and then another thing. This yada yada eight. Yeah so yeah my game night career game night okay. We have to do if we're not sold out anywhere do little grassroots movement game nights. Jake will come to a game night in your city. We'll prove funny. play fishbowl. Play charades book to come play whiplash fishbowl with your your game night crew. He'll kill it and it works out for me. Because i all ended up selling some tickets out of it. Yeah that's nice talking to about game night. Games games story. I hate game for the most grown lease even asking me about. I'll get down every now and then but oh man some of these thing you got a group people like let's play a game as can we just hang or like the go. Get food or dolts. Yeah don't we don't need structure youth group we can all have conversations but few game nights. There's always there's always someone doing too much trying to sell tickets and stuff. There's that classic game night scarier stereotype of the guy trying to sell you. His comedy show tickets. That's the worst alright man and I don't know are you game. Now you got your. I do agree with your point of. Can't we just talk. Like i think that is really nice to saddam. Hussein can still be really fun. But i do have a good game night Like a game. That i love. You are not going to like. How do you feel about murdering the dark I think i played that once or twice but yeah no i knew we were walking around the dark and grab it things yeah. I don't think that's wise at this point. Okay well i'm loyal carpenter. Nazi no safe grabber. Do little sellers curtailing down with little cerebral game like that more fun so i can get after it competed little. I'm a big jack box. tv guy. I like those games. A lot of those becoming more popular whiplash. What is that. it's like a. It's basically like an improv game. A who's the funniest game. It'll like a prompt. You know let's say like a bad name for an ice cream parlor in people all get to answer it so you see some off the inward. Yeah you get tonight. Win feels about thing to name it. But that's that's what happens is like usually i'm going a little too far. Look like it says a bad now would be a bad name. Yeah jewish cookie dough. Let's not name it that. Yeah oh so anyway. It's fun yeah. i'm trying to think i could few. Let's see a bad thing to do without gloves on his. It always a bad thing. I don't know sorry do without gloves on. Yeah.

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"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

"Full stop. That means friendship that means romance and and get what is the fear. Polarity look like right. Now we can talk about in terms of politics but that's way less interesting and what's going on in people's lives look at twenty something you don't have somebody that i worked with some gene gene twenty. She's a social San diego state university. She does the best work on this. She is it that people aren't twenty today or something like a third less likely to be in love. The people were when you. And i are twice. That they're odd fifty percent less likely to be married also less likely be cohabitating or even having less sex twice and they were so that's less love and that means less happiness you also find that we have is wonderful surgeons on the civic murphy who's president biden's of gentleman's also president bobbins soy surgeon general church surgeon general and that murthy has written a book on loneliness racist and epidemic in one of the things he points to is that young people jen's and millennials are disproportionately likely to say no one knows me. Well no the numbers. They have less romance and they have less friendship. We should say that there's less low in their lives. And that's what happens when people are asia creating climate of fear when politicians are saying that. You should be afraid of people. You disagree with that. If you hear something you disagree with disagree politically you should say. Oh i disagree how interesting. Let's have a conversation. Let's debate that is to say i feel unsafe. We people my age of this incredible silent disservice to the wellbeing of people in their twenties by making the more fearful. And that's as far as i'm concerned the worst most dilatoriness manifestation of culture fierce all politics actually going on with young people aren't culture coincidentally you do have a book titled love your enemies and i really was interested in the subtitle. Though which is how decent people can save america from the culture of contempt. And i guess. I just wanted to wrap up by asking you. What is your definition of a decent person. And how do we become decent people. you know. it's i bring that back to what we were just talking about. A vast i was doing primary research for that book renovate as one of the things i wanted to know is what do you think a decent person and sometimes i would hear civil right. You know they're tolerant. And i think that's just complete garbage. You know if. I told you that you know by western iowa civil to each other. You'd say that we need counselling. And if i told you to buy employees or the other they tolerate me. It's an enormous human resource problem on my hands. These are just not high enough standards. Decent people or people who treat other people with love..

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"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

"You're cautious brain will even know what's going on. That's a really really great thing. We should all be grateful for it. The problem is that it can dominate. In all sorts of social situations. I can be used by demagogues and dictators which they do all the time. Now that said. Let me be an economist. Two seconds know. Forgive you for this one of the things that we know is that from the all the best research on the the influence that political cycle that economics hasn't imploded cycle as a paper in the european economic review from twenty seventeen that lays out convincingly that looks at eight hundred elections were one hundred twenty twenty domestic qualities that when you have a financial crisis which is very different than Recession happens once every fifty years ago or so in most countries. The big problem is you can't recover from it symmetrically or evenly so that the know eighty percent of the wealth gains or the ten years after financial crisis tends to top twenty percent of the income distribution which creates all kinds of bitterness. And there's not gonna policies that we know about that are going to correct this very well. I mean you could doesn't matter how redistributive or collectivist are you. You are in your your sentiments. There just aren't good ways that we've figured out to do this and the result is that you also get political populism. This is the backlash that you get in. Populism is always based in fear as all financial prices can any love polarity in the country. Which is not you know. One hundred percent love. This is not like berkeley sixty eight. But it's basically we're working for each other we're aspirational were not envious. You know you. Can you can flip it. You can flip polarity polarity. That's exactly what we've had once again. You know you can anybody's thinking about this a yeah. Yeah yeah and they're thinking about the rhetoric of the politician on the other side from them but the truth is that both sides are all in on the fear business right now and what we might. My view is what. I'm really really dedicated to is changing the polarity in american politics policy into american community in back around to the luxury and that doesn't again. It doesn't mean everybody's saying bless you love you all the time but it does mean that. We actually working more for each other that were better able to collaborate that we remember that persuasion is a higher arthur coercion. And that we're basically not more afraid of our fellow citizens than we are hostile for an which is what's really going on right now right. I thought the mask metaphor getting back to cove. It was a really interesting one in terms of this concept of what we do for each other and how much does being selfless actually. Make us happy. Give us satisfaction because unless you were wearing an in ninety five mask which actually does protect you. You know the cloth mask that my daughter so it for me only protected you. It didn't protect me. But if you're wearing a cloth mask that your daughter sewed for you. We were projecting each other. So what have you found is the role of trying to make the other happy and putting the interests of the other above our own in giving us happiness so there's two questions and better that number one is what is the role of other seraing behavior in.

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"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

"Gets five or six hundred thousand unique readers a week. And i have a podcast that really well television show under development and harvard x. Which is part of making the happiness class into a massive open online class and people want this and people want to to manage themselves and the core message is really empowering which is that you can't just wish for happiness you got to work for it but if you do if worked understand what brings happiest life. You apply the lessons to your life. You practice it in other words and you have to share it with others to make it truly meta cognitive. The and you're gonna get happier. I don't care where you start. I don't care who you are. I don't care how unhappy you feel. You're gonna get happier if you do these things. And i can't guarantee you're gonna be the happiest person who ever live can guarantee i'm to be the happiest person to live but since i've been doing this work on much much happier that i wasn't a you can you can. It holds tremendous promise as when at time with happiness because we've been looking at happiness surveys gross about relation and we find that the average happiness loan. The american population is lower than ever been since we've been keeping records. That's a huge opportunity for people to work on their happiness hygiene to come back better than they went into the virus. I was reading the course description actually for bs. Course i you teach the students how to understand their own happiness. And then i think the way they put was how to manage to happiness and that managing to happiness is a win win people are more productive more productivity leads to better business results yet. So there's there's one of the great happiness. Researchers is a psychologist. That university of california riverside name sonya lubomirski. She's one of the great visionaries. Feel actually and you. She wanted her papers and one of her. You know research questions is what happens first. Happiness or success for people ordinary people for leaders but also just ordering people doing things in their lives whether it's raising their kids or working in their communities are teaching at the kennedy school. Whatever it is what happens. I and she finds it. They're kind of jointly determined. If you're successful you'll tend to be happier but more. Interestingly than that happier people then they create the conditions for success. So this is a really interesting thing. Because we're we're in a country where there's a lot of unhappiness right now but we're also in a country where everybody's kind of encouraging each other to be unhappy like if you want to show appropriate social concern if you are you. Are you bummed out about injustice in the world. will everybody's concern about injustice in the world. You gotta show by being really super unhappy by being outraged. I mean there's even a bumper sticker called if you're not outraged you're not paying attention. See that accident signs in people's yards on their car. And i know i've seen it actually on the bumpers of both democrats and republicans. It sounds like a bipartisan exhortation toward unhappiness. That is a terrible idea..

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"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

"And so it's really great that you would never do this on purpose. Hartley unethical that just happened because of the policies were working in the old days between the thirties sixties and and then and then they voluntarily back together joyous occasion when they meet their identical twin. Didn't is really interesting stories of health. Remarkably similar lives are and what you find is an. You're able to use a based on the personality tests you'll be able to use straightforward statistical techniques to figure out which part of their personalities are nature which parts are nurture which you find that most parts of the personality is the big five personality characteristics of openness conscientiousness extroversion realness and neuroticism that those things tend to be between forty eighty percent genetic now happiness is somewhere depending on which tests you believe in which papers you read between forty four fifty two percent genetic now for something all that is true. My mother did make me unhappy. But it's literally but that that turns out to be the wrong way of seeing it. Of course there's a genetic component of course if you have gloomy parents i mean there's going to be something of course you know there's epigenetics expression of personality characteristics. There's nothing wrong with asp perfectly fine. The interesting thing is the other half is there. Were one hundred percent than you know my work. Your will be done or wouldn't believe in the first place but the fact that half actually comes from circumstances habits. That's a really really interesting thing. And so that's where. I spend all my time right and you actually have tested your own happiness right. Muny times you've found your below average. Yeah for sure blowers for the population and part of it is just because i have really had really my purse young and they were really louis artists and academics but had good lives as far as it went. But you know they ball size of their family Dark as well and and that actually was incredibly freeing for me to see what the baseline is in and to look for strategies. Such can nudge myself above my baseline. And have you the best life. The happiest life at is my law on the basis of the things that i can change without worrying about the things that can't let's switch gears and talk about the world out there for a second to varying degrees. Were coming out of starting to come out of cova did and it was very traumatic for virtually all of us. We lost over six hundred thousand people in the united states alone. Probably no one hasn't been touched in some way. Some people in major ways by cova. It would seem that we would be starved for happiness. Is that what you're finding. What's the happiness market out there. These days businesses good. But what can i say. I accidentally happened across this particular line of research. Work on again to Weirdly just the right time. I teach a class at harvard. Business school call leadership and happiness. Which at some point. And we'll bring across the anderson bridge the kennedy school right now. I'm really dedicated. School teaching nonprofit management and leadership. Which was what. I wrote a textbook on last last tour or three academia and iran and on trump for a long time isn't appropriate assignment but the happy stuff is super popular. Hp it's got hundreds of people on the waiting list in class because that's what they want and my call him..

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"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

"To harvard kennedy school and harvard. Business school professor arthur brooks happiness is a field of academic study an almost endlessly fascinating one at that. For one thing there's its universality our happiness or lack thereof is something virtually all of us think about all the time and it can have a big impact on our decision making but how do we define happiness is how we feel is an approach to life and how much control over it do. We really have. What percentage of our happiness comes from say. Our environment from genetics can government. Make us happier. Should it can corporations brooks whose career has included being classical musician. And the head of the free market. American enterprise institute is here with us to sort through some of these questions and we're happy to have him..

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"kennedy" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hi it's jamie recurrently gearing up for season. Three of encyclopedia will manica in the meantime. We're mixing things up bringing back. Some of our favorite episodes in many week longish themes. Our current theme is originals. Stay tuned for a brand new season coming in september. Thanks for listening. Hello from wonder media network. I'm jenny kaplan and this is encyclopedia. Will manteca are women. If the day was a lawyer. Activist advocate and writer who fought fiercely for decades both on the ground and in the courts in furtherance of women's simple reproductive and human rights during a long and storied career. She famously used tactics like flamboyant dress and outrageous statements to draw attention to the vital causes to which she dedicated her life. Please welcome florence kennedy florence rey kennedy or flow was born on february eleventh nineteen sixteen in kansas city missouri to wiley zella kennedy while he made his living as a pullman porter and leader started taxi. Company the kennedy family experienced poverty during the great depression and racism from the local ku klux klan after a house in a majority white neighborhood but flow nevertheless described her childhood as an incredibly happy one. Her parents were exceptionally supportive of their daughters flow. Once said my parents gave us a fantastic sense of security and were by the time the big. It's got around to telling us that we were nobody. We already knew. Somebody flow was an excellent student and graduated at the top of her class after high school. She and her sisters opened a hat shop together. In kansas city flow also started getting involved in local political protests. She helped organize a boycott against a local coca cola. Bottler who refused to hire black delivery drivers in nineteen forty two flows. Mothers ella died of cancer afterwards flow and her sister. Grace moved to new york city and rented an apartment together in harlem in nineteen forty. Four flu started at columbia university or she majored in pre law after graduation flow applied to columbia law school but was denied admission. According to the dean of the law. School the denial was a result of flow being a woman not because she was black flow wasn't buying it and threatened to sue at which point the admissions board changed. Its mind she was one of only eight women and the only black woman in her law school class after graduating in nineteen fifty one flow joined a manhattan law firm before starting her own practice in nineteen fifty four. During this period she represented both the billie holiday. And charlie parker states in attempts to recoup money owed by the record companies though flow was eventually successful in both cases. She found her experience running up again. And again against the legal system to be incredibly disheartening in nineteen fifty seven flow married a welsh writer named charles die who is ten years. Her junior charles suffered from severe alcoholism and died a new years later from related complications. While continuing to practice law flow became heavily involved in political activism in new york city in nineteen sixty. She started the media workshop. An organization that advocated against racist representations of black people in media and the lack of black representation in advertising at one protest outside of a major advertising company flow and the other activists were eventually invited upstairs to state their case. This experience informed one flows favourite rules for successful activism. When you want to get to the suites start in the streets for men on. She focused on using disruptive and attention grabbing protest methods and always tried to focus on the biggest possible targets generally those who contributed to or perpetrators of systemic discrimination rather than discrete incidents during the late nineteen sixties flow transition doing mostly legal work of a political nature she represented civil rights leader h rap brown. A sottish occur and in nineteen sixty nine to represented. Twenty-one members of the black panther party accused of conspiracy to commit a series of bombings in new york city. They were all acquitted. Flow was also a major advocate for women's reproductive rights. She spearheaded a lawsuit against the roman catholic church claiming that their campaign against abortion constituted a violation of the separation of church and state. She also brought a lawsuit along with a handful of other feminist attorneys against the state of new york related to its abortion laws. At the time this suit led to legislative changes liberalising those abortion laws. The famous line if men could get pregnant abortion would be a sacrament is often attributed to flow though gloria steinem insists that it actually comes from an old irishwoman taxi driver who she and flow once ran into in boston in the late. Nineteen sixties flow began giving lectures across the country on civil women's and reproductive rights after starting feminist party in nineteen seventy one with gloria steinem and a number of other leading feminists of the day flow and gloria steinem went on the college lecture circuit together steinem referred to the two of them during that period. As the thelma and louise of the seventies in one thousand nine hundred seventy three flow co founded the national black feminist organization which worked at the intersection of race and women's rights on issues like reproductive rights that disproportionately targeted an effect black women. She continued to be heavily active and on the ground protesting or she was always highly visible in her signature. Cowboy hat and pink sunglasses in nineteen seventy four people magazine called flow the biggest loudest and indisputably the rudest mouth on the battleground. We're feminist activists and radical politics joining mostly common. Cause she wore this description like a badge of honor flow died on december twenty first two thousand in new york city upon her passing former new york city mayor. David dinkins set a flow. If you found a cause for the downtrodden of somebody being abused someplace by god flo kennedy would be there all month. We're talking about activists for more on why we're doing what we're doing check out our newsletter or manica weekly follow us on facebook and instagram at encyclopedia will manteca and follow me. Directly on twitter at. Jenny kaplan especial. Thanks to my favorite sister and co-creator lizzy. Caplan talk to you tomorrow. Hey there i wanna tell you about another show that i think you'll love. We're in the midst of an election cycle that demands we make our voices heard and the most effective way to campaign by talking to the people you know from wonder media network majority fifty four equips you with the tools to talk to your friends and acquaintances counter misinformation. That's gone rampant online and still maintain relationships with those opinions differ from your own each week. Co hosts jason candor and ravi gupta are talking to the fifty four percent of americans who didn't vote for donald trump and are committed to changing the minds of those who did now more than ever. We must stand up reach out and work to make lasting change in our government and beyond listened to majority fifty four. Wherever you get your podcasts..

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"kennedy" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"Sounds amazing. Meditation calls full people in recovery. That that will come together beautifully So how can people guessing both is a one so one thing you do grip soul on zoom all grade candidate so yes i have one on one. I have group The podcast is you know i do. I have conversations with mothers in recovery and then in between those conversations. I also offer meditations Just to give a little flavor little bite size a taste of it and then you know this. I have a program again specifically for relapse. And then i have a program specifically for mother's about instilling this innate ability that we have we have it it's there but how do you get in touch with. I get this question all the time. Like how do you get in touch with it. And so that's what. I teach people how you can get in touch with it. Is he can learn all that kind of stuff over on my website. Either lane kennedy dot com or recover like a mother. Stay so talking of I'm i was to somebody on the punt calcio..

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"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

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"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

"And how that understanding can contribute to better relations with china in the future. I'm your host. Ralph finale and welcome to policy. Cast tony welcome. I was hoping we could start by going back to the beginning because these days many people think of the chinese communist party is this all powerful entity that's built an economic juggernaut and that can do things like control access to the internet for over a billion people yet. You say that back in. Its early days. The party faced seemingly impossible odds just to survive. What happened in those early years. And how did it survive. Whatever one thinks that the chinese con artists an extraordinary story. First of all it probably should really existed in the first place. It was only with considerable soviet support. Thirty got off the ground. It was almost destroyed. Nineteen twenty seven when its earth. While partners in the nationalist movement decided rather than them being squeezed lemon installing said they would squeeze the communists and then it survived another symbol or it survived of you know the invasion from japan and then eventually conflicts wants more. Who the nationalist between forty five and forty nine. And if we wrap all of that together there were just certain moments where its survival looked improbable or at least if it was going to survive. It wouldn't necessarily emerge as the dominant force in chinese system and yet it did and it's testament to a number of things. One is its ability to be flexible to adapt to changing circumstances. It didn't cleave closely to a vigorous interpretation of marxism leninism. It was willing to work. We bandits with different gangs and groups if necessary was Willing to make unholy alliances to keep itself going body always had the eye on the prize the prize of course being the ruling party within china and then there's no doubt. The japanese invasion helped. The chinese communist party wasn't a sole reason for his victory. But it was slowly being squeezed. By the nationalist forces befall. The japanese not make the nationalist had to turn their attention away from his lingering the communist threat to working supposedly together with the communists to resist the japanese and that allowed. Chinese comments padres rebuild. It allows them in many ways to protect their arm his while the nationalism is we're taking the battery from the japanese and begin to put together strategies but what they saw the inevitable civil war that would follow in. They lock happens. I mean basically. The nationalists were incompetent. They made a number of very severe mistakes. One civil war started which made the most of their league troops got. Cut off in the northeast of china which then allowed the chinese communists to begin to infiltrate further down through the country. So it's remarkable story. It encompasses things like long march which is probably best known to most people where you know they covered something like six thousand miles in certain number of days set out almost one hundred thousand and that was six or seven or eight thousand by the time they reached the destination node actually knowing whether destination was going to be so whatever one thinks of it is most ordinary story. You mentioned that one of the ways. The chinese communist party has survived has been its ability to adapt and that theme runs throughout your book..

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"kennedy" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"And i. You know. I couldn't rehearse the stuff at the end because they require. You know a lady on my bag physical comedy that i couldn't do until you know could we couldn't even rehearse it until right towards the right while we're gonna open so schools start at and one of my directors saying this place will brownish here. You can't consider usefully rose because you know what if you break your leg. What if you you know what i mean. Yeah and and look very difficult. Is i was at theater major and i play football and both of those are two demanding sports. I mean do demanding curriculums that you have and you in college you know. And i was trying to do both of them and saying that he trained who The doctor told me i don't know. How long are you play football. I know you can act forever. You might want to stick it. And that's what i did. I quit and there. You are in here you are. You know here i am. Here's a right here. I am getting up play. i. I've gotten to play football on screen. So there you go there you go. I talking to an actor years ago played football and he got hurt and he you know he just when attacking and i asked him. What's the difference between college in the nfl. Because he was with the cleveland browns for awhile and he goes you know in college maybe three or four guide. Maybe five six guys are really fast and the nfl. Even linemen are fast. It's like you just lose step in you're done. There's no way you can. You just can't run away from these guys so Yeah he knew when he got hurt he was finished because he was just. It's amazing so you did the right thing. You definitely did there aren't they. I'll i was. I wasn't making nfl. And even if i had you know that would have been well over now. Yeah yeah. I hear ya yeah. It's better to better to be able to do it on on on tv. And they last forever. That i of my major on my major roles. I play the quarterback on a show called blue mountain state. Token that is one of my most popular characters and rose to date and look at it for the rest of my life. You know people are gonna look at me as this amazing quarterback. I'd never played quarterback in real life. Like i would never you know. So when i grow. I had to learn how to play quarterback snaps before. I never had to learn a proper drop. I had the you know all i mean. The quarterback is the runner to captain. Yeah And and all i knew was getting a handed ball running on so forever. I will have that that football tie which is better than you claro anyway. Because they made me cool. Yeah yeah i mean you know on tv. You know what your character is gonna do in a real game. Who knows what's going to happen. So it's i wanna ask you about a project. Called same difference is that. I saw them on the great. Imdb is that something that's Is you're in the middle of or had done already. Yeah a little indie film. That i did and Starring essence aci-. Nice to meet your ship. There should be coming later this year or next year. I'm not sure But also have Same page different story. Oh cool that is coming in. That is my second out. Oh nice nice. Yeah and i'm very excited about it. As amazing features has big stories about my life from my childhood interesting. How i am the way i am. And most importantly it has the audition part to Make and an. I go through and i i explain all of the details though auditioning for the role of the person that i initially lost into about the you know the try like this stuff that you would never know that you would want to know. Yeah you know and so that that comes out. Monday's nobody here is probably out in available. The on same page there for story comes out the same day as the main august. Oh that's nice so how how do you. How do you kinda juggle both of those careers. How do you. How do you find time for the music part of it. When you're you know we need with your acting career well creative. Add so. I'm constantly trying to create. You know whether that the social media things like you know skit Whatnot are making music or acting. You know always time. You know. Even even while i was I i was putting the album out when i was filming. Make Muscle my first album out pages. That's available now streaming platforms. I was. I was putting this album out while i was in new zealand shooting his movie. Because a lotta times just wait. Yeah she you know. Connor do other stuff. If it's just great. Yeah that's true that's true. Yeah there's a yeah movies. I always call them. Hurry up and wait wait. Like how are you gonna do. The scene okay. Let's wait wait a minute. We gotta shut up here. Early is exactly what's great to talk to you man. I'm looking forward to seeing this. I love a good creature feature. And and i i love this. Cast it's It's it's a nice mix of people and You know it's there's there's a lot of things represented in which i really like and i. It's going be fun i think. Oh definitely gotta check this out right. Well it's a pleasure talking to you. Best of luck to you. Man your careers and look forward to seeing you again in something else. All right thank you very much. you take care. Page look for the megadeath theater near you this weekend. August tenth or on dvd depending on when you listen to this interview checkout page kennedy dot com and look for him in black mountain state not to mention check out his facebook page as well and his tune said he talked about her is to cd or album is same. Page different story available at night. And leave your comments or questions to speak pipe dot com forward slash sci-fi. Talk grant. this is tony tomato. Thanks for this hi. I'm george decay. And i listened to sifi talk..

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