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Fresh update on "kennedy" discussed on PhotoBiz Xposed
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Outbound Chicago Kennedy Expressway Entrance Ramps Closed From Armitage To Irving Park Due To Montrose Bridge Construction
"Construction work to rebuild the montross bridge over. The kennedy means a little detour for drivers this weekend. Outbound entrance ramps are now closed from armitage to irving park all traffic on the outbound. Kennedy will be diverted into the express lanes at diversity diversity until until five five o'clock o'clock in in the the morning morning on on monday monday
Fresh "Kennedy" from This Week
"Oil and fossil fuels. But this has become a political football and unfortunately the White House controls the presidential permit that allows the intersection to be built across the border and serves as the operating permit for that infrastructure women when they exist. Rather than address the process or even get Congress to weigh in. The Trump administration simply reversed an executive order from President Obama that had blocked the pipeline. So then the pipeline was able to proceed. And now President Biden had done the opposite. He just reversed it again and all in the land of executive orders. It's very maddening and Take a step away from the environmental issues. I think the problem is with such a close partner. We're seeing very wishy washing. Can't make a decision can't stick to it and investors whatever they're investing in need to have some predictability and to move of law in the process, and we're just not offering that not even to Canada. It's pretty good friend of ours one last one if we could get to it as by America. How big an issue is that for Canada doesn't really make much that big a difference. Well, it depends on how it's applied. Their candidate has access to US procurement that it negotiated all the way back in the Kennedy was free trade agreement and on military issues. There's been an agreement to recognize Canada's content is being famous American all the way back to the 19 fifties. What they're concerned with his big infrastructure projects where they think they could add something to the table. They want to be able to bid. Now, of course, you know up to the contractor decide whether to take their bit or not. They don't want to have the interference of buy American provisions. We have the present president by the executive order calling for by American to be a priority in all stimulus and government spending. But the Canadians are still hoping that within the spirit by American some Canadian content to be allowed, and particularly leadership on big infrastructure projects, like electric charging stations or Batteries for electric vehicles. So that's still in negotiations. If us blocks candid entirely. I don't think it'll take it well, but there's room for negotiation, and I'm hoping we can come up with some understanding. We're just so integrated. It's hard to start drawing that borderline back in And separating supply chains, thanks to Christopher Sands of the Wilson Center's Canada Institute. Coming up encouraging news about vaccines raises questions about reopening the economy. That's next. You're listeningto balance of power on Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg..
New VIPER Lunar Rover to Map Water Ice on the Moon
"Nasa is planning to send a mobile robot called viper to the south pole of the moon to get a close up view of the location and concentration of water ice in the region. Jackie quinn an environmental engineer. At nasr's kennedy space center is working on one of the instruments. That will help the rover. Do its job now. I get to do a lot of work with water here on earth but i recently stepped over into looking for water on the moon. Now you know we have the opportunity to pair them. Mass spectrometer which is called 'em solo a mass spec observing lunar operations to pair that with a drill and to go out and look under the artemis program to look for these resources that could actually enable us to sustain life on the moon. Im- solo will look for resources such as water that might be used to grow food drink or could be split into oxygen for breathing and the fuel that would propel us from the moon to mars
New VIPER Lunar Rover to Map Water Ice on the Moon
"Finding resources on the mood is very important. To the this program because it allows human exploration to be sustained on the lunar surface and the says that steppingstone to get us on to mars. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. Nasa is planning to send a mobile robot called viper to the south pole of the moon to get a close up view of the location and concentration of water ice in the region. Jackie quinn an environmental engineer. At nasr's kennedy space center is working on one of the instruments. That will help the rover. Do its job now. I get to do a lot of work with water here on earth but i recently stepped over into looking for water on the moon. Now you know we have the opportunity to pair them. Mass spectrometer which is called 'em solo a mass spec observing lunar operations to pair that with a drill and to go out and look under the artemis program to look for these resources that could actually enable us to sustain life on the moon. Im- solo will look for resources such as water that might be used to grow food drink or could be split into oxygen for breathing and the fuel that would propel us from the moon to
JFK's Harvard sweater sold at auction for more than $85,000 at Boston-based RR Auction
"You'd have to pay for a wool sweater these days. John F. Kennedy's Harvard University sweater selling at auction $85,000. Boston based R. R auction, said the Crimson wool cardigan featuring a large black bloc letter H. And a white buttons was one of several momentos from U. S presidents that were sold during a president's Day auction that ended on Thursday, A signed photograph of Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad. Sold for more than $135,000. How about this Ah Lottery ticket signed by George Washington. 26 grand and a hand written letter from Ronald Reagan to his estranged daughter sold for almost $24,000. 6 37 to Wall Street. Now look at
Pandemic restaurant closures produce glut of used equipment
"Restaurant closures as a result of the pandemic have produced a glut of used equipment this is a very bad time to own a restaurant we've lost a hundred and ten thousand restaurants in twenty twenty Shawn Kennedy is with the national restaurant association Johnny Metheny was forced to close his restaurant in San Francisco he called Jose buddy at junior's restaurant supply company do you want any equipment at a good price and he goes no money is warehouse is packed with industrial ovens grills dining tables and chairs it's heartbreaking because people you know they took their pride in the restaurants while restaurants are struggling to John Schultz at the national auctioneers association is doing very well it's a bittersweet thing for me is as I see these businesses closing and it it's it's sad right it's it's sad for me but for us it's been actually of a record year there is a push for Congress to include restaurants in any relief package I made Donahue
Transforming a white supremacist meeting hall into a center for diversity and reconciliation
"A major effort is underway to turn a former Ku Klux Klan meeting hall into a center for diversity and reconciliation. Adriana Diaz introduces us to the unlikely team leading that chain Quiet Lauren, South Carolina has harbored an open secret for decades. This once a segregated cinema. The Echo Theater was long a meeting place for white supremacists. Inside the redneck Shop, which sold Confederate flags, Nazi propaganda and Ku Klux Klan apparel. Local Reverend David Kennedy had been fighting to close the shop for years has always represented racism and humiliation. For the black community humiliation and terror. Kennedy knows the oral history of his own great great grand uncle's lynching. As I listen to the story. You're not connected with the future. Sure that it was me hanging from the rope. The theater was a symbol of that hate this'll meeting in 2006 included members of the KKK, the area nation and the Nazi party. The theater's destiny took in almost cinematic turn. The building was owned by a reformed clansmen who sold it to a black pastor who helped him through tough times. That pastor was Reverend Kennedy. We knew if we owned it, it will never be a cuckoo's clean, written and shop again, but their power Over the building. Steel leaves. Every time I go in there, I have to brace myself. Shop closed in 2012 and the reverend's now trying to transform the theater into a symbol of love with the help of his new beginning, Missionary Baptist Church and an unexpected ally, the team ever 24 year old Reagan Freeman I believe in this. I do not know why it caught on to me. I mean, it's the right thing to do. Reagan is a breath of fresh air. He's young, He's energetic, He stays pumped up. There is a reckoning taking place in America. Freeman was in college when this 2018 60 minutes. Story changed his life Scores. Oprah Winfrey's report on the memorial honoring the thousands of African Americans lynched in the U. S. Revealed an ugly truth about Freeman's home county of Lawrence. Every name has its own story. Yes, that's right, Liza Cow and was lynched in Lawrence County, South Carolina. She was lynched here, and that was never taught to me as I was growing up it set with me and it bothered me to no end. So what was it on that side or that side, So he did some digging learned about Reverend Kennedy's goal for the theater. And offered to help a cold called Robert Kennedy for him to take a chance. And, you know, let me be a part of this and to help his church, you know, pushed the rock up the hill. It's the honor of a lifetime. We might be the Freemans, now the executive director of the Eco project, the effort to convert the theater into a museum and memorial for diversity and reconciliation. It will display the racist relics. It once housed everything we have, you know, ranging from the artifacts to the oral histories of the people who live this. It illustrates that this is not ancient history. It's our responsibility to really tell the truth here. How does it feel to have a young Southern white man? Care about This mission in this deep way. It's a sand off home. The eco project has raised more than $400,000, but needs million's Reverend Kennedy is undeterred. Good loved at the Palm we have quite a good time. If I were democracy is going to be saved. It must not be saved with racism and hatred. It must be saved by love. Bra popped up from love and the people who spread it. CBS this morning. I'm Adriana Diaz.
SpaceX’s Falcon 9 misses landing after successfully deploying 60 Starlink satellites
"Spacex another new record launching landing the same falcon nine booster eight times. It follows last month's achievement. When spacex launched a record one hundred and forty-three satellites on a single rocket. The latest mission set another sixty styling broadband telecommunications satellites into orbit bringing the total number two somewhere around nine hundred fifty five the mission was flown from space launch complex thirty nine at the cape canaveral space for station florida three to one zero one important number nine successfully lifting off truth nominal from had thirty nine. Am kennedy space center carrying a stack of starling. Satellites took orbit and we are throttling down the vehicle The engines in preparation for max q or maximum aerodynamic pressure this is the largest structure that the vehicle seize on a sense slowing down the vehicle helps us pass through the short period that call out that we've passed through mask max q now in about a minute. We'll have three events happening. That'll be main engine. Cutoff or what we call meco stage separation and one which is second engine. Start one now. Meco is where we shut down all nine of those m wendy engines on the first stage to slow the vehicle down in preparation for state separation. And that's where the first stage separates from the second stage for stage. we'll start making. Its way i start making. Its way back to earth for landing while second-stage continues on its journey with the third event. Which is one for second engine. Start one and that's where we light up the end beck engine and it propels the second stage along with these starling satellites to orbit. We're just about fifteen seconds away from those three events nico stage. Separation and at one stage separation confirmed and condition and waiting on farrington. Play coming up here shortly. Confirm and with that stage separation that confirms the eight successful flight for this falcon nine booster on a sense very exciting and as a reminder we will be attempting to recover. The faring has today with our recovery ships. Mystery and mischievous satellites was successfully deployed an aaron four minutes after launch.
Canaan Unconquered - Rachel Havrelock
"And kinda interested in talking about the person joshua. He's the title character of this book and he himself from my understanding of scholarly work on biblical criticism or otherwise. He himself has a story like an origin story. That some people think is kind of a retrospection where like after the fact. He's put into the torah in a way that he may not have always been there. And what i'm referring to is specifically. His glory story is that he's one of the two folks in the twelve spies story that goes into the promised land and says This is great all the other ten folks. All land is terrible. Joshua caleb are on the good side that god likes and because it's the land that they're supposed to go to am. I right in my understanding of that. How scholars look at that person joshua and to what extent to we learn more about him in talking about the book that's named after him. Joshua indeed has a book named after him but is one of the flatter hand more hollow biblical characters. I mean for readers. Go in sequence so you know redo romney in which moses in vary tragic psychological terms wrestles with his impending death. And you know even with the existential reality of death itself. so we're going through it moses psyche and when we can turn out of the penza out of the five books of moses when we opened the book of joshua we have an entirely flat character. You know joshua is really characterized by his obedience and interestingly enough has no title right once called the servant of god is not labeled a profit is not labeled a judge is not labeled a king. I mean we get the news of general because he leads these battles but he doesn't even have a title biblical literature does have great literature and just have complex characters. Josh was not one of them. And you can't really do. A lot of psychological depth with an icon in joshua right becomes an icon of this army of this ancient near right to really kind of like a strobe of what i would call. Ancient national is now. I believe that the book of joshua is ultimately synthesized by a group of editors that we call the or novelists they are the ones that are also very smart editors so joshua ends up becoming a kind of a tool that the nommik editors really use to kinda. We've eras together and also to contain a kind of perfect model right. They wanna leader in their language. Who neither the left nor the right right who keeps torah. You know kind of the cuff at all times. And so they give joshua authority by putting him back the times of most read someone who experienced the whole exodus and even while being a member of this desert generation right the generation of the liberated slaves joshua and his spy buddy caleb right are portrayed is the only two who believe in going to war in this land. So i think that's right. I think the shooter anonymous create joshua to be an icon of the kind of unity to which they aspire and one more piece that all add to your question about joshua and caleb who again are depicted is these faithful spies who go against the will of their generation. I love it kinda that the liberated slaves don't want to go to war. I feel like we haven't done enough to really like reclaim that biblical antiwar position expressed by that generation. But you know. John lewis show like i said he's a. He's a tutoring nommik creation. But there's a lot of northern stuff going on with joshua and caleb is a southern figure just as these editors could really say we've always been at war with canaanites. Their system could also absorb later alliances. So kayla who. This southern figure is a canoe. He's a kennedy and the candidates are ultimately a group that gets absorbed under the tribe of judah the twelve tribes structure is very good at pointing to those people who are on the outside who jumped. Don't join the alliance and saying those e mites those canaanites those jebusites there are enemies. But it's also good at absorbing groups that might join the alliance at their own pace and saying. Oh well that's caleb. He's the head of the kennedy clan and that's a sub family of judah so so both things are possible for trying to account for political alliances. Can we situated some of what you're talking about in some sense of historical time to understand sort of when the actual events that are being responded to her happening versus the time where the story is set. What's going on geopolitically. And the time of the israelites when they are making all these alliances. And then if i understand the approximate timeframe here they're basically writing and rewriting these stories that are functionally taking place around five hundred years earlier. Right i mean the so. It almost becomes like their writing and rewriting and massaging this almost like mythic prehistory. It's not just like they're telling a story from fifty years ago differently. They're telling a story from five hundred years ago differently. I'm just curious if you could give us some sense of what was actually going on in in their world at that time that was motivating them to do all this so yes. Speaking about time wine this is the kind of thing. Bible scholars go to conferences to fight of out. So let me kind of breakdown this picture together with a time line let me start somewhere with is a very important piece of poetry and it's important because because of how it serves as a historical in and that's song of deborah and the song of jabra with we believe based on its grammar and syntax is one of the oldest texts in the bible and some people even speak about the year twelve hundred bc. Jabra sings about a war and she sings that some tribes came and fought in the war in some sat home so she disparages the tribes who sat home and she sings the praises of the tribes who k. That's very important to me because it shows that the success or failure of a given tribe in war depended upon their allies. Were so we see major major motivation for these processes of consolidation. Many scholars have shown how end the nine eight century. B c e you've got these policies of consolidating clans in schreiber's into something that looks like a pro donation. This is happening in the region. And it's about war you know. Because if you're national formation right if or if you're a bunch of tribes and you've got a consolidated federation of people's you're gonna lose but then we get you know eighth century b. c. e. the rise of empires in particular syria and the threat of assyria marching. You know or the egyptian empire has its second wind around this time. It's that process. That i think gets people thinking we've got come up. You know with a larger scale organization in army. And so josh. Shaw gives this army which is kind of being configured in real time it gives this army kind of heroic prehistory behind which people can march. And so it means you know that it works and doesn't work because the syrian army takes out the northern kingdom the kingdom of israel in seven twenty two but ends up sparing the kingdom of
6. Family Travel Association with Rainer Jenss on the Adventures with Grammy Podcast
"That's the biggest advantage. I see of travel is that it is such an educational opportunity for children and it reinforces what they learn in the school systems hundred percent very well said and if i may add to this something that i think most parents are not really aware of our additional benefits that come out from traveling with your children so for example we all know or suspect that they are learning about the world as they travel through it which certainly was the case when we did it with our children. You know those cultural differences relieve impression and now so many things but there is also not only they exploring the world outside of themselves but unbeknownst to them. They're really learning about themselves. They're learning life skills. They're developing not just new perspectives but discovering personal interests. That that's this interesting. Byproduct of getting your kids out of their comfort zone and from what's familiar now. That's what travel affords Everybody not just children but particularly children who are going through. Whether it's adolescence are changes that are going on in their lives. All of this mixed together with this discovery about themselves through what they're seeing externally is i wasn't aware of When we embarked our trip and really realized. When i got back it's no surprise at my older son is now twenty three years old. Got his first job. Out of college at spacex he developed this love and appreciation for not just photography. that's a life skill. He learned while he was driving but an appreciation for our nautical engineering and space rocketry. That came out of visiting places like the kennedy space center and so forth so it could lead to be really anything but this gives children opportunity to discover themselves without the kind of influence of their peers and and you know kind of the day to day struggles that they have is young people. I hope the audience out there really takes this to heart. Maybe in some way practices on their own because to be aware of it will really enhance the experience. I think without being no intentional about it. 'cause it should just it just kind of happens and that's where the magic is and that's why go to career in trying to promote All the things that families can do together not just a theme park beach the case. It's some we talked about. But you know there's so many great ships one mention For example dude ranches very popular with the multi gen skipped gen circles if it's a chance to get outdoors and You can not just ride horses by go fly fishing and you'll quality time the cookout or you know by the by the can fire. You know making a sure or young burning marshmallows. Toasted marshmallows students attended arnhem but You know these are. There's so many things that i know. Parents grandparents alike will take the time to research. Discover not to put a plug for family travel association that i that i founded seven years ago but family travel dot org. I urge here audience. Check it out and maybe get some ideas and look at things that you never thought were even possible. Scuba diving with with children is is a possibility. I've gone on dive trips all around the world with my kids and other families ten years ago. I didn't think that was even remotely possible. I didn't realize that a ten year old could certify. Get their certification. I thought it would have been at least in the teens. If not a little older but anyway there's so much out there but as we kind of started with its finding that that kind of common ground that so important one planning something like this you know. What are some of the things that everyone in the family likes to do. And one last thing a common mistake that's also made when it comes to planning travel With families and certainly with multi jan groups is that they don't consider the activities before the destination in other words. People said okay. Where do you wanna go. And let's say for the sake of argument. Someone says i want to go to hawaii and allies. Great were really. What hawaii is is destination with beaches resorts things like diving as i mentioned some cultural experiences but if you pick the destination i you limit yourself to that destination offers instead. Start with all. I wanna go. Sailing are oh. I wanna beach vacation decide on the activity then. Your geography is much larger than you can choose from a greater variety not to mention expenses. Let's say everyone decides to go to hawaii but some people live in florida You know those are all factors so pick the activities. I the destination second. I hope you enjoy today's episode of the adventures with remy.
Trump's impeachment trial starts with opening statements
"Second impeachment trial for former President Trump is underway. This is Maryland congressman and lead House impeachment manager Jamie Raskin, the president. It is undisputed committed his defense. While he was president, and it is undisputed that we impeached him while he was president. There can be no doubt that this is a valid and legitimate impeachment. Earlier, Louisiana Republican Senator John Kennedy told the Faulkner Focus. What happened in the capital of the six is not representative of the Republican Party on my Democratic colleagues have plenty to account for and their party as well.
BTS #46 David (Dedi) Meiri PhD on Cannabis and Cancer, The Future of Cannabis Research - burst 05
"Suit. Today may not looking with thirty eight or centers every time that we are the change so having their kind of a big picture that they can in the federal candidate may influence levin affecting human body looking on the older to get first of all. Give me the tools to ask wished and then the question is are starting to emerging. Of course it's everything is that they did just chemistry and that still in then so having these abilities in these tools first of all change our been away. Many many many scientists physicians collaborations companies approach means. Just that the doing each experiment but they know nothing about the molecules using. Can i purify in with him. I don't know the those music In these open the door for me last year to enter to many different angles of different illnesses and diseases using candidates. You know the best thing. Neuro physician in the world approaching means today the doing this experiment. They need you with me. You're not saying you know this is this is all and we've you know so more and more and more may lab change the way you i researched talking to grow in. There was things so out there. Light with a patient. You know epilepsy or a sleep disorders or in two zero zero there on the on the patient instead just i want to do the understand now the reason. Why can't this effect in which compound how to improve so the roof from allow of six seven students to a level forty five plow which have different groups. I have a group of chemists doing analysis everything every group to doing cancer biology and we can talk about the perfume one every doing a research around neuro. Degenerative diseases like alzheimer's epilepsy. The order In every group. That's working how kennedy's affect the immune system few types of small small think about in small. But it's not be groups. It's individual the doing other things in the last five years in other big project that we did. We crane to big data database in israel on the patient. So in the last five years every cannabis in being bigness. Again there is you know there is a probes to be a small country despite for your board does day and but there is benefit that everybody knows everybody. And everybody's working together. So until last year we had just eight authorize globals just eight greenhouse is easier to work with them to follow up to every candidates. Be every a cannabis They ever product. The patient can get go through my lap. I analyzed all defeated candidates in a in there on the other side. We follow up on on the patient. How it's affecting so does it died improve. Sleep mainly kind of sign of and which i don't call it side effect. If you have a problem of saying oh slipping improving scooping. It's not your scientific. But we we measure that in which we started to to bring that to bed. Get into completed to try to match. Which type of cannabis in which profile of candidates affecting which illnesses in what
Why Your Supply Chain and Cloud Arent As Secure As Youd Think
"Hi i'm jim lundy founder. And ceo on research and today's episode is focused on a topic. That many enterprise already know well. Enterprise security and cloud computing now in the kobe. Pandemic security risks of seemed to increase. We've previously discussed and some other podcast. How the rise of remote work presents a new era of vulnerability for enterprises and so does some of the evolving technology that is allowing hackers. Much more sophisticated. And we're going to dive into that today. So what does your organization need to to make sure it's protected. How can the right cloud technology to help your enterprise. Sometimes close some of those security gaps joining me to answer. Some of these questions is craig kennedy senior research director at research. Craig is one of the latest analysts. Join our team of trusted advisors before joining aragon craig was director of it. Infrastructure and operations have been dabo. He has also held roles at makara. Ariba inc n. P. t. c. Urine earned a bs in mechanical engineering. From the university of massachusetts at dartmouth brings his wealth of practical business experience in it. Knowledge to oregon. Crag it's great to have you with me today. Thank you jim. I'm excited diorite in. Let's start by taking a bird's eye view of what's happening right now. You re wrote a first cut. Analysis of the hacking of a company called solar winds. Can you tell me a little bit about what happened. At this event and why enterprises should care about it why was such a momentous event. Absolutely so in december of twenty twenty solo wins disclose that had had been hacked by an undisclosed foreign government entity resulting in at least eighteen thousand of their customers being exposed to malware in its orion softer product offering this cyberattack extremely sophisticated in is believed to be a russian hacker group and boasts likely state-sponsored they targeted and successfully breached solar winds corporate network eventually gained access to its build servers once. They're the hackers able to inject malicious code into the solar winds orion build process. Then this infected code code. Sunburst was in package and signed with valid solo in certificates giving all recipients of this package the false assurance that this was indeed a valid and safe component of their orion product. This was so devastating because the orion product which is designed to manage a wide range of it resources in an organization requires elevated privilege access virtually all the it infrastructure and enterprises. Both on premise. And in the cloud this new type of attack vector means that supply chains are more vulnerable than we'd ever thought before it will put additional pressure on software vendors and enterprises to use extreme diligence when testings after products and updates before promoting them to production. That's certainly a big time. Hack and you know. Obviously they're still reeling from this and we're still learning what reaches occurred. Craig what are some of the recommendations for enterprise when it comes to preventing clinks their. It supply chain so arrogant reminds that any organization procuring software should evaluate creating their software. Qa teams it will inspect thoroughly test inbound software offerings and upgrades in an isolated staging environment before being even thought of deploying production. We also advised that any service agreements be updated to include software cleanliness clauses so for software providers to perform extra due diligence to prevent this from ever happening again. Lastly and this one is a no brainer. An enforced multifactorial in your enterprise as for all users and servers one of the easiest things he can do help ensure your enterprises secure. Okay thanks craig. And that's really actionable advice. And also add that procuring endpoint and privacy protection platforms and another best practice and reviewed some of that and some of the emerging providers in our hot vendors in privacy and security. Research showed from twenty twenty in fact one of the things that has come out as part of that research is that sometimes the good guys of the bad guys that people that wanna borrow some information for advertising or actually taking a lot more stuff than we thought so. Check that research out. I want to shift gears a little bit and also talked to you. Craig a little bit about cloud and bring cloud in this conversation a little bit about all the different options that people have and how it ties into enterprise security in twenty twenty one. Many organizations are developing newer. It strategies sometimes from scratch or sometimes just to migrate services and obviously there naturally drawn to public cloud options. Some of their benefits include pay-as-you-go operating costs limitless elasticity much less up front capital costs reduced operational complexity and most importantly levels of security. That may be much higher that they can get immediately then they could maybe get themselves often due to maybe the new of this of the company itself a public cloud can provide highly efficient secure. It services for many organizations and it can also help reduce vulnerabilities.
Facebook should Not be surprised its groups were overrun with conspiracies
"Last month announced it will stop recommending political and civic groups to its users the company says users want less politics in there feeds and has said it didn't realize how much it's groups we're going to spread medical misinformation be used to radicalize people into on and be one of the home bases for the people who plan the capital insurrection on january. Sixth but this week the wall street journal reported that the company has had in research for months. If not years about private groups being toxic full of calls for violence and still being recommended to facebook users and rene arresthe a research manager at the stanford internet observatory says the shift to groups creates a long standing cycle of radicalization. What was happening. Beginning in two thousand sixteen was you were starting to see these very conspiratorial communities that were taking shape and they were being recommended to people who had interest in other conspiratorial communities. And when you started to have this it was like a correlation matrix. were saying. Oh you're interested in this wild theory while here try this one on again that engagement. Highly engaged communities wildly sensational content high-volume groups and posts really came to in some ways. Become a much more significant part of the experience for people who went and participated in those communities. Is it credible to you for facebook to say. We couldn't have anticipated how conspiratorial these groups were gonna get. No no not at all and that's because there is a wall street journal article that came out last year that said that what the platforms own internal research had showed back in two thousand sixteen was that they were realizing that sixty four percent of people that joined some of what they called more extreme groups were doing it because of props from the recommendation engine for researchers such as myself who were seeing it from the outside we have been very kind of anecdotal sense of the problem. Like right now if you were to go to instagram and follow robert. F kennedy juniors account. You'll see a whole range of recommended accounts that will be suggested to you. That are mostly corona virus. Denial accounts. now. That's the thing that i can see it small-scale but i really don't know if that's a systemic problem or a problem that's anecdotal. How hopeful are you about this move to stop recommending political and civic groups like you know how big a deal do you think it could be to untangle the recommendations from the existence of the groups themselves. I'm not sure that a blanket ban on topics is the way to go about doing this. And facebook has encountered some challenges with the definition of political in other product fronts like ads for example where in order to run advertisements that were related to political issues. You had to go and get yourself verified. Now i think that that's a reasonable amount of friction but the question then became what is a political issue. I think that there are plenty of political groups. That new stay within the realm of healthy behaviors right. They're not being used for organizing violence. The decision to re remove them from recommendations just means that people will have to go and kind of proactively search for them. And i think it'll be interesting to see what impact that has on their growth. I don't think it's a silver bullet though. And then how about the announcement that facebook will require moderators to spend more time reviewing member post like his moderation. A better solution. There's some really interesting evidence from read it. That suggests that the answer to that is yes. Read it really worked to empower moderation at the local level giving tools to moderators at the sub reddit level to make determinations about what norms and values and standards were appropriate for their communities. And so i think improving moderation tools. And then also you know putting the onus on people so that if they create these groups that they don't just kind of you know let them go haywire and then say oh. I just didn't know if you're choosing to form a community it gives us perhaps more of a sense going forward that that that choice is something met. We're going to be expected. To take responsibility for
Leading With Purpose: Is it the new black?
"He's drawing your business through purpose. A good thing. Well let's talk. Simon cynic from minute. Now i agree totally with the thrust of his content his ability to take the complex and bring it down to something incredibly simple and compelling is nothing short of genius you know that because when you hear it even though it may be new to you it is obviously true. Maybe two obviously. But we'll get to that later. I love his original concept. Start with why. It probably spawned hundreds of thousands of businesses to think about purpose where they never had previously. It's one of the simplest and probably the most powerful statements. You could possibly make if you don't know why you doing something. The what the hell and the wind become way more difficult. Now give some examples of this on the way through. And i must admit upfront. I haven't yet the infinite game of the cliff notes on that one. But i will the one thing that i deeply believe to be true. Is it your people will be much more likely to give you. They based if they see where they feed in. How does what. I'm doing today. Contribute in a broader sense the organization's goals just turning up to pay chicken hating. What you do is sold destroying. Most people want to know that they make a difference purposes the vehicle for letting people aspire to something bigger it paints a vision that can inspire and motivate them. Now you're be familiar with the story of john. F. kennedy during the washington headquarters of nasa in nineteen sixty one as the story goes kennedy stopped. Talk to a genita- who was mocking the floors and when he asked that genita- what he was doing nessa he replied mr president. I'm hoping to put a man on the moon now true or not. The story demonstrates the concept of purpose absolutely beautifully. I'm not saying that these people don't exist but i've never met anyone who gets excited by mopping floors but just knowing that you're part of a much bigger more important. Picture conserves a driving force your motivation and commitment in a nutshell. That's perks now. The second point for me is that these days purpose is a differentiator. The you'll stakeholders to make better choices. Sustainability has become critically important in business as we can. Now see the end of the runway for some of youths natural resources as customers. We actually take notice of companies purpose and the more noble. It is the more comfortable you feel buying the products. And we'll have some more on this later but it's not just our customers who are paying attention. Some very powerful investors are now choosing to only allocate capital to companies do business in an ethical and sustainable way just returned great dividends to shareholders. Doesn't cut it anymore. What if you manufacturing operations take advantage of child. Labor in southeast asia or your business reeks heavy on the environment of the amazon rainforest. You're not going to get capital. The third thing is that if you it's genuine and you're serious about it. It can god the micro decisions that come up everyday in the general run of play. Now let me give you a very personal example at your c. mental. We are genuinely driven by a purpose. Which i'm sure you're familiar with you. Get to hear it every week to improve the quality of leaders globally well with listeners in over seventy countries. We're making pretty good fist of it so far. But we also understand that we're running a business not indulging in a hobby so purpose is underpinned by couple of really important principles. the first is that income follows impact. It's only through being able to have an impact and make a difference to people that we deserve to make money. If we have no impact business goes no it and rightly so the second is that we believe strongly in the power of competitive markets if we find a market need. That's unmet we'll be rewarded. And if we don't we weren't so we ended one of the most crowded markets on the planet leadership development and progress since no i'm sure the authors of blue ocean strategy burst out laughing if they'd heard about ad business plan before we launched it but every day when illinois make decisions about the business purpose is a thing that god's those decisions
Cicely Tyson, groundbreaking award-winning actor, dead at 96
"The pioneering black actor who gained an Oscar nomination for her role as the sharecropper's wife and sounder a Tony Award in 2013. While touching TV viewers. Hearts in the Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman has died in 96. Gary Gary. None now remembers a remarkable woman and her career Sicily. Tyson wanted to be an actress so badly she would not let anything get in her way. Not her mother, who kicked her out of the house after she got her first job. Not producers who were stingy with rolls when it came to women of color. President. Obama acknowledged this when he awarded Taison a Kennedy Center honor as a black woman. Cicely wasn't offered many roles with the pay and stature. Her tremendous talent should have commanded. That only steal her result. It also made her signature roles, all that much more memorable as a sharecropper's wife in the movie Sounder. Yeah, and the mother of an African boy taken to the slavery and roots contact. You have bean a very good boy. When she wanted me for the autobiography of Mystery in Pittman, she could sincerely say Mom, it wasn't a den of iniquity after all German on CBS News.
NASA Technology Designed to Turn Space Trash into Treasure
"Orbital sin gas commodity augmentation reactor is an early career initiative that studies technology to convert trash and human waste into useful gases such as methane hydrogen and carbon dioxide by processing small pieces of trash in a high temperature. Reactor oscar is advancing innovative technology for managing waste in space. Here's anne meyer a chemical engineer at nasa's kennedy space center so on a one year mission crew four would produce around twenty five hundred kilograms of trash. We can convert over ninety five percent of that solid trash into gas. It's enough gas that you can convert into a fuel that could do things like course correct spacecraft or used to send a small payload from the surface of the moon or mars. But what could oscar mean to us on earth especially in the united states will see a lot of landfills and the same technology developed for space. Travel could be used to process our solid trash right here at home
What do COVID-19 variants mean for your masks?
"Your face masks and just about any kind of mask will do. Just wear one butts. Now, with more contagious covert variants out there in the infection rates still extremely high. There's some new guidance on what's will cut its when it comes to masks. Now, Now we know that a lot of you have gone out of way out of your way to be stylish. You've got, you know. American flag mast. You've got cloth masks that match your war drove. You got ones that match the interior of your cars. But Dr Monica Gandhi, who's an infectious disease physician at the University of California, San Francisco. But, doctor these may not be as good as people thought they might have been with these variants. Is that right? Yes. So you know you're absolutely right. Like you said in the introduction that the recommendation on April through from the CDC was just where what you can find where any cloth face covering. Prevent infection. Actually, we knew all along from the physical science data that was emerging that they are not like 100% effective in blocking virus, But they were good enough and they were comfortable and they made sense. But now with this when we're in our third and worst storage, and there is this increased transmissibility of the virus The idea is turning to okay. Can we simulate something like more and 95 capability for the public, Which is blocking not just good enough like 80%, but more like 95%. And what is it about the variance is it that there's more viral load some or slips through and more slipping through your class mascot? 80% isn't gonna do us much Good, because you're gonna end up cashing something. That is, That's exactly right. It looks like they're mean mechanism is that they bind more tightly to your receptors in your nose and mouth, And so they make your viral load that you produce in your nose and mouth higher. So you're just viewing out more when you talk or do whatever you're doing, And then that can see through the mask if we're not in great masks. Okay, So then let's talk about the kinds of masks that people now really should be. Wearing Does it have to be a 95, Mass? Can it be what they call a Kennedy? A K 95 mask, which I guess is what's made in China going to be a surgical mask. What are we talking about? So you know, um, what we recommended, and I wrote a paper with a physical scientist. So there was a really the people who do all these experiments where they spray things and manikins faces that have different masks is it's really the layering of a cloth mask, plus a surgical mask to keep it really simple that simulates an N 95. We're still not saying and 95 for the public because they're not That widely available actually really uncomfortable, and they have to be fit tested. So the simplest ways to mass not more than two and it's actually specifically a surgical plus a cloth and the surgical can be Like a regular surgical or convey a K 95. It's made out of the same material that electrostatic Lee Repulses the virus you usually a K and 90 k 95 K and 95. Do you still need to use that with a surgical mask? No, the K 95 almost becomes the surgical mask. It's made out of this non woven Polly properly material that blocks electrostatic Lee. And then if you wanna make the K 95 as good as an and 95 you put a cloth mask on top of it. So the K 95 is almost like a surgical or medical mask in its material and blocking mechanism and then the cloth. Locks it by sheer physical fiber force and from people who have just been rocking the cloth mask that they they got at home where they got on the Internet. You know, While back these other things you can find the more widespread Now you can get on Amazon or wherever and find tell you 95. You can find boxes of surgical masks that you know 50 a pop, right? Exactly right. They have become more available, and I would also say that I wouldn't do anything like this outside because outside, it's so much safer, you know, exercising and running around and walking around outside. It's not actually for outside. We're recommending this for Indoor transmission in areas that are kind of going crazy, like ours were just coming down. Luckily in California with the transmissibility and then more medically vulnerable people, But if you're just doing your stuff outside in your younger I would just go. I'll be stick with your basic cloth. Now you know a lot of people. Of course. I passed them all the time. They're running and running and running, and they passed me so they pull up their bandanna. No good. Well, the bandana has always had that leakage around the sides. On the other hand, it's such a fleeting exposure that when we think about exposure, we really have to think of mask and also duration of exposure. So I'm someone running past you. That's likely. Okay. A really, um That's why we really want encourage exercise. It's more. This is for indoor spaces or you're kind of standing around a lot of people outside. Just don't follow the
Predictions of Email Marketing 2021
"What do we think is really going to be important in the coming year because even a marketing does change the priorities. The world's changes of course. What do you. What do you mean what's one of your big things that you're thinking. Twenty twenty one. The focus on what i think sending emails is probably going to be a really big thing. If we start sending emails rather than just thinking about us going to hell. No so i think one of the really big things that we talk about all of the time is engagement is is working on engagement of your email lists we all collectively trying to get away from this idea of emailing bombarding emails until they buy unsubscribe. Just build a massive mess and beat them over the head with emails. So that you. If you've got this one hundred thousand people three percent of them open your email. She might go. What still quite a lot of people. That's three thousand people might not everyday but actions. You know what that's really expense. It's hard to manage. It's not doing your marketing and good to instead. We need to focus on actually having really small list. The actively works in fact. I'm going to go as far as to say this. I recently had an email marketing platform. That was painful with rooms twenty thousand subscribers and one of my businesses and i was paying and the reason being it was like a negative price so i signed a ten years ago and so i had the place in ten years ago. Not the place today. And as a result of that. I was like clinging onto it can also be used that one day actually recently i just got rid of it and i said you know i'm not interested. I mean a different platform. Because i don't want to have a list of twenty thousand people necessarily anymore because you can do a lot more damage with a lot smaller list and be more profitable if you're willing to manage the engagement of those people into the woods. If you're willing to chop off the whole roster people who are not paying attention anymore and that's probably not gonna buy anything anymore. You can make the same amount of money. It's much smaller segment of your list. Actually if you ignore the vanity metrics of how big your walter of a-listers and instead focus on how much money you actually take thus a much better place to be right and we're talking about law you pay the bills. You can't grow a business you concrete freedom or achieve any of your goals with a big old list of of email subscribers i. It doesn't matter how big a list you wielding it. It really doesn't matter it's all. About what value are you getting from that list as a business right. Or if you're if you're if you're a non nonprofit for example who have a couple of of those guys listening. It's about the the number of people who who's having an impact on and if you're not getting any engagement not having an impact on them. Let's be honest right if people are not engaging and what would mean here is people are not actually opening in reading clicking replying to forwarding. Actually get involved in your emails just seeing your name and delete in a worse. It's not even open it. Don't even bother deleting it and your inbox engaging not literally serves. Nobody in terms of them themselves the person who subscribed they are in volley from your emails. Because they're not reading them. Say knock involved from you. Secondly you're not able to get any value from because you're not only meals that you can't make sales office to them and third and this is the most terrifying bought of at all is all of the people who do receive in from you that ability to receive from you is negatively impacted by the people who are not opening your emails you damaging reputation with the email platforms so some of the people who do want to receive m e mails from you. Who do see value in you who you can get volley from on seeing emails. So no one's even so. I think we need to have a massive focus on engagement. Now will comes down to making sure that every single email you send you ask directly for some kind of engagement. Whether it's click a link reply this thing go check this out forwarded whatever. It's going to be just to make sure that you're getting engage with the museum. So this is definitely as the as the spam world tightens up even further because everything on the internet. Don't you know so renita. Remember that all these algorithms gonna get smarter. So engagement is going to be massive for me. I think the next thing is going to be about giving people a reason to actually open your emails. What i mean by that is if all you email and look people are guilty of this. I know we can look back at my my older my previous self and see that. I used to only email people when i had a new offer. Hey here's a new. Or i was leading up to an offer giving some value in advance of framing the offer. Lots of people only email. Hey here's the next thing. I've got the next part service. The next thing the problem with that is if i receive an email if you receive an email right now from somebody and you know the only thing they email you about is other products the only reason to ever open the email is to see what they've got on sale right now or to see if if a discount on the thing you'd be careful but if you're not in zone now if you're not in a place while you're looking to buy something from the category of stuff that person sells then you've got no reason to all to open that person's emails whereas to actually give people a reason to open their emails which is not there might be a discount code or they might be a thing they want to buy. If it's actually there is value in the email themselves that they can they can enjoy that volume in get value fraum. Then there's a reason to open that email regardless of whether anita have my credit card honda not right absolutely. I think i really wanted to allow businesses idea that at the minute we think of emails is being a bit like a lot of people know a lot of people think of email is being a bit like knowing somebody comes around the doors and puts a catalog three blocks. You only look up by. If you're interested in the idea of all the i might wanna buy some new took boxes or something like a new dust or i might wanna see what gadget economic my kitchen and never used for the rest of us like the rest of the time just threw away. Just don't use it. don't even look at it emails. Become thing the to even even the big supermarkets have realized this is the case in the uk. If you go to marks and spencers right at overhaul of christmas look christmas right. They had all of that stuff inside on the lead up to christmas of. Here's the beautiful turkey you can get. And he has all this stuff but what they switched on the fact that people won't read them if there's no value enough it's a free magazine is a free calog. So what do they do. They put in beautiful turkey recipes. That had -ality the do at tesco that do it everywhere. They give you great recipes. Here's some great christmas soups and all this stuff. So there's a reason pick catalog up. Because the reason we still got two or three of them lying around in the kitchen even now because we know that some great recipes nuts and nothing so that's value in the off they are catalogs which are selling products directly. So we've gone gauge. When we think value is the second one interesting in that example you just gave just about that. O obviously the articles and the stuff that you're getting recipes is stuff that you can do with the stock you're gonna go and buy from that shop so like it's not like defeating the purpose it's not like here's the perfect ten list to go camping next week when you doing anything related accompanying it's mitchely a lotta stuff that is valuable in its own right. But it's congress when he makes sense that you're gonna be able to get results from the study you can then go and blocks from that shop and by the way kennedy. I have to say about jerry makes a lot more sense now. Marks and spencer.
"kennedy" Discussed on Ghostly
"Sign up for membership or a one time donation toss. It would really be appreciated. All right. we're back patio now. It's time for the great debate who All right so we started talking about this. A little bit may first piece of evidence. And i could go so many ways with this. But we're going to start with the fact that there were just so many deadly plane crashes Just there were so many and it happened over many many years. And i think that is what is so shocking is that it's not like it just happened a few times or whatever. It's so many times over so many years I put these reverse order to flip it around here. First of all ethel kennedy so The abuse wife arby's wife lost her parents and brother and plane crashes in nineteen forty eight. we had kick. Who done the plane crash. You talked about. Nineteen forty four. You had joe kennedy jr who died in that secret mission. Nineteen sixty four now. Ted kennedy survived the plane crash but he broke his back and ribs. The pilot and a legislative aide died and then in nineteen ninety nine. jfk junior caroline kennedy and sister-in-law lorne beset were also killed in a plane crash. Did i miss any no. I don't think sister so so many so again. I just think it's crazy that over all these years in various different ways and forms The so many people so many kennedys and people connected to the kennedys died and plane crashes. I'd never wanna to get in a plane with kennedy just saying because they're cursed okay so my opinion about this and this is just my opinion If you look at all of them none of these were like commercial. Planes know about ethel kennedy's families. Yeah but yeah other than that beer. All small private planes small private planes go down often unfortunately And a lot of times they were like the pilot to and Like jfk junior. I just don't think you had enough experience to be able to handle that.
"kennedy" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Gabler is known among other things as a film critic and historian of the entertainment world but his new book is about politics and the course of american liberalism of the past fifty years. He's written the first volume of a two part biography of the late. Senator edward kennedy kennedy was the youngest of three charismatic brothers who ran for president in the twentieth century. His life was marked by notable political achievements. But also by tragedy and scandal and while he never secured the democratic nomination for president he became a force in the senate where he served for. Nearly forty seven years a proponent of liberal ideas until his death in two thousand nine neal gabler is the author of five previous books. Including biographies of walter winchell. Walt disney and barbra streisand. He joins us from his home in amazon's at long island to talk about his new book catching the wind. Edward kennedy and the liberal our nineteen thirty two to nineteen seventy five. Well neal gave her welcome back. Fresh air thank you very much. Why did kennedy matter this much to you. And it's not a life unexamined. Why did we need a new look at his achievements in life. Well david begin books not with a subject but with a question so when i set out to write this book it wasn't as if i were saying i have to write in edward kennedy biography. It was that i was fixated on the issue of what happened to american liberalism. Which i regard as the largest political question of the last sixty years the one that changed the tectonic plates of american politics. The way to go about answering that question was by looking at the preeminent. Liberal of the last sixty years was senator edward kennedy. I always look at these lives as metaphorical and so i thought by examining this life by telling the story i would be telling another story as well. Which is the story of what happened to liberalism. So that's how. I got to edward kennedy of course. The life provides the narrative engine for the book and liberalism provides the thematic text for the book. And what an eventful life you know. Kennedy came on the scene in the early sixties when liberalism was about to have. It's it's great moment. I mean we you know. We had the voting rights act and socials and medicare and and The civil rights act and great society legislation And he was there at the beginning. That's the book called catching the wind. And it sort of seems the perfect metaphor for him. Coming in at that moment Before we talk about his life. I'm interested in your thoughts on the state of liberalism. Today you know looking at the election that we just experienced Dinner the repudiation of donald trump and yet him getting more votes than he did in four years ago the state of the congress the supreme court state legislatures and the democratic party whereas liberalism now well liberalism years ago. Became really a kind of profanity. I mean people. Talk about the l word and i'm not sure that that is his changed entirely In this current environment liberalism..
"kennedy" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy
"Everyone's this. Is Alex Kennedy? This is not a regular episode of the say Podcast as I'm sure you realized when you saw the title this is more of an announcement about the future of this podcast and some changes as some of you may have seen on twitter. Today was actually my last day as a writer and podcasters for hoops, hype and USA Today Sports I accepted a new job and. I can't share more details about my next venture just yet, but basically I was offered a deal that I felt was too good to pass up, so I decided to pursue this new opportunity. I wanted to explain that because in this industry. Especially right now there are so many layoffs and furloughs that are happening, so I just know that this situation wasn't anything like that. You know this is. Is Good News. This is exciting news and I really want to stress that now with that said. It's also bittersweet. I, loved working for hoops hype I was an avid hoops hype reader long before I was a hoops hype employees. It was surreal to see my work on this website that I've been reading since I was a kid. I mean I really loved this site and I want to thank my. My colleagues for giving me a wonderful three and a half years at hoops, hype and USA Today Sports. You know I couldn't have had a better experience and most of the time. It didn't even feel like work writing my articles record in his podcast shooting videos. It was so much fun and I'm going to miss working here. I really am but again. I'm also really excited about this next venture. The important thing to note is that hoop site podcast won't be going anywhere. A new host will be taking over the show at some point in the future, and they're going to try to provide similar analysis and interviews that we've been doing over the last three years behind the scenes, the same producer Brian for its will continue to work on this podcast and my editors. Editors hoops. Hype will still be involved as well so wall I'm leaving most of the people that make this podcast great are sticking.
"kennedy" Discussed on Blind History
"Friends. They knew everybody who was anybody. In the nineteen sixties in America, and the shrive is really were American royalty for want of a better word. They had the association with the Kennedys, but they went in the direct line of fire like the men in the Kennedy family were that daughter, married Arnold that's right Maria, and ironically on developed heart conditions, often marrying into the family for all intents and purposes, Arnold and Maria marriage was mostly happy until he started having sex with the made, but. They had lovely children and Patrick is not an actor. He's a good looking blunted and the daughters Katherine Schwarzenegger Okay She married Chris Pratt. and. She's by all accounts everything that the Kennedy Women's best strengths were and none of the none of the bad ones, but who knows they've got? So, after UNICEF, this Patricia, who's Pats? She married law food, and then we come to bobby. Bobby. Really had a chance of becoming president, and he was president-elect. Yeah, and by all accounts. Everybody said he was a real impressive smart. Strategic and really warm. Human being everybody loved Bobbing Jackie in all of her memoirs wrote. What is support? He was after Jack was assassinated. And Bobby had none of the burning desire that the other brothers had in some ways he was a lot more calm and he was happy to be the attorney general for Awhile. You know they used to talk while he. He was Attorney General. About little brother's watching you because obviously elder brother was the president but I. I don't know whether anybody really knows the story of his death in this Putt cost, but he was also fascinated, and he was shot while leaving a political ran. And you know famously. The actual moment of his death is like his brothers captured on camera. And Saran Saron is the guy who did it right. You're very much mob related Lockley we'll because he. He went after the mob during his time as attorney general, but it just didn't capture late. What chose stood for in this family? Apple Jack. That was jive jaded everything. Three Bobby was the campaign manager prison. He paid for Jack to getting the water, and then bribe to every head to everybody, and he actually famously said you know I'm GonNa. Pay For you to get into the White House, but I'm not paying for a landslide. Incision But while go back to Joe actually wants to power in new Manica game to power. He was anti Semitic, but he was operating with my Linski, who was one of the famous mobsters in New York Luckily John Italian. He operated all of them and he kept that link. The Chicago mob. Secured that constituency for Jack Julieta struck in sixty one. and. Jack was did. And Bobby. Traumatized, but he had a chance yet to be his own man, he was a president-elect in other words earlier to do get sworn in. Let's just spend a minute on bobby. Because he's really interesting. He was well known for advocating the Civil Rights Movement for the Civil Rights Movement his fight against organized crime, which we've referred till ready. He was in office during the Johnson Administration for a few months. And, then he was ready to beat Kenneth Keating. In the Senate race in New York which he won, and then he opposed all kinds of racial discrimination Vietnam War. He was on the right side of all of these things. He was friends with Martin. Luther King the. Guy had voters of all ages, but most of the young voters lots of African American voters Hispanic Voters Catholic. Voters the kind of constituency that the modern democratic. Party relies so heavily. And he was mortally wounded than when he was shut by the Sarah Sarah, who was twenty, four and a Palestinian. Allegedly, it was in retaliation for his support of Israel. But, a lot of people are saying they're mob links as well, and it's just the most incredible sad story, because now we're onto. You know five kids are this. Gene was the next one. She was the eighth kid she married. A Smith and then final one was ted. Edward Kennedy. He lived the longest of the brothers, but also had this really tragic life in some ways because he was on his way to the White House to. And then he had this incident with Mary Jo Kapit, who died in that car accident in Chappaquiddick where he? He really didn't do himself any favors. Because he was order, they were driving too fast. He drove off the bridge. She drowned and he only reported it like the next afternoon. He went to sleep. He woke up the next day. He was panicking. It ruined his chances of being president with a duck, but he was a good senator. He ended up being a terrific senator. He He created and promulgated a whole lot of very powerful legislation, which remains in force in America today. He was for a long time. The Democrat leader in the Senate. And whether it was a majority minority, he was the guy and was really. America's conscience in some ways for a long time, and even Republicans have to begrudgingly give him respect. I didn't know a lot about Ted. I just know yet a of Rantings Eddie. As an demons definitely and between those three Ted Bobby and Jack, they also just had six with every viewer in Hollywood. Remarkable. Just the Kennedys would just constantly horny Marilyn Monroe another famous one Marlene Dietrich. And Joe was sixty with twenty four year old for nine years. He was with Mike and when she wanted to go on a diet. Yet A fit, so it's just incredible. These these Kennedy's I mean. We just scratched the surface. Ultimately beyond that there was the next generation which also went through tragedy, and we can just touch on those jacks, children. John John was actually John. Kennedy Jr.. He was killed in a plane accident. He was piloting plane with his girlfriend. Caroline, it says. Your Day to day Hannah and a whole lot of beautiful girls, he had George magazine which launched, and then he died in this tragic plan. He was on the the task, so to speak. Absolutely, he was the darling of east coast median and his sister. Caroline is really the only survivor with declan in blood, and she's got three kids who seem to actually look quite a lot like the girl. Jackie! And The Sun looks just like her brother. It's true it's exact. But some of the others. skied into a tree and died. A number of them had drug problems alcoholism. It's just a it's a disaster. They call it the Kennedy curse. You know that this family drew had advantages and worked so hard in so many ways just couldn't get pastas, and it's own about Joe, you know. Joe Story I mean that's one of the most incredible stories operate. Although, we go! That's the Kennedys I mean we leaving a lot of homework for you on this one because it all into one episode of what a family. Blind.
"kennedy" Discussed on Blind History
"She left. And she left living this laugh and Joseph Kennedy by then was rich, dabbling in the Hollywood studios as mentioned earlier, and he sits them, look. We want to launch the great movie, and so they started a company together partners. Eat lavish gifts on her, but she left. For Coats and a cough or a director. But then she's noticed near the end of the relationship that was sitting around in, and she said to him I noticed that the car that you bought for this director's claim of my expense account company. So he didn't say a word, he took his handkerchief yet as us a scary us. You dabbed these lips he got up. He walked out, and then she went to see what he wasn't was telling estate he was gone. He went back to the east coast. Never spoke to again, and she ended up with a ton of tax problems. Tried to contact him to help him out of the text issues that she had. She ended up being broke while because she asked a Christian. He was such a dichotomy in fact, because although he was the strong father who imbued kids with huge ambition, and gave them the privilege and advantage that he could, he was also hot as you've just described, and the best example of her haughty was. Is Daughter Rosemary the eldest? who was born, they used to say mildly retarded in those days, and for much of her childhood they had realized that she was actually a little bit deficient I mean part of the reason for that was because during the time of her birth, the Spanish influenza broken out. They went any doctors on coal, and they had to wait for a doctor, and the nurse told rose to disclose legs which. Kept the child in the birth canal, and as a result, she was deprived of oxygen, so she came out a little bit slow. Should apparently a very low I Q, and instead of. You know kind of just medicating or waiting or taking trouble with her. She became an embarrassment to Joe and he decided to have a lobotomize at the age of twenty three. Not lobotomy in those days was a horrible operation because what they do, say to open up your skull, and they take something that looked like a butter knife, and they would keep you awake and they asked her to Sing God. Bless America and recite the Lord's prayer over and over again. And they knew they'd gone too far when she stopped. So you imagine the cutting the brain and in order for them to know that they've gone far enough or too far. She just stopped reciting the Lord's prayer. And then from there on, she was like two year old there that was. incontinent, she couldn't speak properly. She was put in institution in Wisconsin for the rest of life, and she any died in two, thousand and five. Something it was just horrible the real. Sad part of that for the rest of the siblings as they didn't even know because. He died didn't mention Rosemary and he never went to visit her once when they found out that she was in the institution, it was nineteen, sixty, eight or something, and then Eunice and I. Think one of the other sisters probably gene. That that part of the reason that younus eventually founded the special. Olympics was because of what had happened to Rosemarie direct and eunice became like the caretaker, the family and ended up. Looking after all the different kids and grandkids, who adult with drugs, and had alcoholic problems and and Rosemary I mean she lived a long time. She did eighty six or something she lives here and our unto kid number three in its tragedy tragedy. Not Kid number four kick Kathleen is was sick to marry the Duke of Devonshires, eldest son, the Marcus Huntington this was a perfect story. This is so Kennedy. You know as she would have married into the English aristocracy. This is a wealthy nobleman. They Une Chatsworth in Dhabi share, it's just the most magnificent family to marry into, and they're all thrilled. And and Kathleen was this beautiful effervescent creature. She had freckles. She was just lovely, and she and the mock of Huntington got in a plane, and they had a plane accident over the Swiss Alps. So. She was gone at a very young age, so if you're rose and Joe. You've already lust two kids to death by the stage. One is in an institution lobotomize D- Another is going to be president, which should bring you some joy, but later will be assassinated in the most famous assassination in history, and we're only onto kid number four and I mean it just looks like the bad luck. Their created bad luck because. They were Catholic Protestant. The Duke. So the Madison you will not, Merriam. To kick. Can you imagine Joe Intervening? Sir Say. Where you're going to get compassion from him. Say Meeting Peres so that fateful flight was to meet the dad because she was trying to reconnect with the family. Rose was A. battle-axe actually yeah, she was less very pious woman hugely into her Roman Catholicism. I think Pope Pious. The twelfth eventually made her a papal counter it that's right, only six American women to have achieved that title. Sort of a religious and Jackie Kennedy said I think Jack's mothers to brought and she would rather Sarah's. You then read a book well. She's a scary woman in historical terms, and obviously she went through huge tragedy. The old joke is does rose Kennedy Black Dress. Because, she went to so many funerals said. She had very strong jaw and your kind of jutted out quite luck. Night watched an interview, her and Youtube the other day. Had this Friday the voice. So, she was a strange woman and says riddled. Riddled with prescription drugs Oh really yes, taking everything because she had to deal with Gyro. I mean he was operating. Will ever the place and children are dying around? Luckily, the Fifth Child Eunice lived to old age. She died quite recently. Actually she's the mother of Maria Shriver and the rest of the shriver family who had terrific by the most normal of the Kennedys. If you could save it, yeah, however much that applies, but she also married. This terrific guy called sergeant was actually is name. His rank in the military sargent, Shriver, who is a very very smart intellectual guy. They used to host parties with all the great writers. Writers of the time you know, go vidal their.
"kennedy" Discussed on Blind History
"Blind history the Kennedys now we've done an episode and John, Kennedy, who was president of the United States, famously assassinated in Dallas Texas, where we decided to take a closer look at this family, because they were remarkable and the father of the whole lot of them, the father of all nine kids, the dynasty effectively was Joseph. Patrick, Kennedy. And he was born in eighteen, eighty, eight. He died in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, nine, having had to witness some of his kids, dying and some real tragedy along the way which will get into, but Joseph married famously rose Fitzgerald whose father was the mayor of Boston and that was the beginning of the Kennedy Story, the real camelot tale the developed from there, but he was an incredible guy because he made a fortune in Bethlehem steel. He became assistant secretary of the Navy. He was acquainted with Hollywood and refinanced several Hollywood studios I mean by the time the guy was thirty. He was a multimillionaire and from there. He became a leading member of the Democratic Party of the Irish Catholic community. The president then Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed him as first chairman of the US Securities and Exchange Commission and later to the Maritime Commission. He was appointed to the position of United States invested the United Kingdom where he famously had a weekend at Windsor with then King and Queen, and the two princesses and their family in Britain may be developed this fairytale reputation. You know this guy who was this real. Real go-getter, the snow nonsense, American Irish Catholic, who just had come out of nowhere, and how he and his wife just dominated the social scene in the UK, and give people an idea of what the new America would look like nine kids that they had, and I'll go through them briefly just so you know who we're talking about along the way, but the eldest son Joseph. Who Was Joseph Junior? Then there was John was called. Jack became President Rosemary. Who will get in a minute Kathleen? WHO called kick? Yunus who married Sergeant. Patricia they called Pat Married Lawford Robert Bobby. Jean. Who Married a Smith and then later Edward the youngest of the mall, Ted, that's a brief overview of the family, but while such to cover with the Kennedys, my host Anthony Measure of the MD of time, blinds and shutters. This is one of your favorites, because my God. There's no lack of stuff to talk about here I. Love the Kennedys for good reasons. Bad reasons larger than life. Just incredible, Joe. The grandfather could spend a story. He could really spend a story and he knew exactly what he wanted, but he's grandfather came from Ireland. So he always painted the pitching the press that they came from they came from Ireland and came to America broke in other camps. steerage like one of those Esley. But what happened what his grandfather did? Come over because of starvation, the feminine in Ireland and Straightaway he managed to acquire the saloon in the harbor in Boston and east. None of them drink was all about. How can I get ahead? How can I get a hit? What cannot do to get ahead? Who'd on to convince Brab? And, so he used to sit in east saloon, and used to offer was ski to all the people that used to come in and listen to all the stories, and that's I developed at so. By the time he son was born, he'd gone a long way to definitely above middleclass. Oh. Yeah, and he sent which was JOE's dead. He operated Boston lecture up right at the world yeah. He really put Joe into all the right places and he was the one that introduced Joe to John. Fitzgerald was the mayor's daughter. Joe was very average in school, but he managed to get into the top schools. He was quite a good sportsman and say you wanted to play the Princeton I team baseball, but he wasn't that good. So He's dead. Properties in the captain's dad was in a bad way. The loss game of the season. They put him into the team, so he could have it on TV so. It's just incredible just to give background of the Kennedys coming from Ireland And what top of persona they had already and that just driving. You know they they. There's an ongoing discussion about American meritocracy, and how that contrasts with aristocracy. In Europe and you know who you descended from is more important in Europe and America. It's what you can do and who you know, but it's also about money and I think Joe. Kennedy realized that early on which is why his first stop was to make a ton of money, and then after that he pursued all the other ambitions, but he. He realized he couldn't ever be president. He was a bit of a Nazi sympathizer. Certainly an apologist, good friends with Neville Chamberlain while he was ambassador in the UK, and kept on talking about. Don't worry about this war thing and keep appeasing hidden, interesting, Semitic anti, Semitic because the Irish Catholics at that stage, where by definition anti Semitic, but he realized that what he had done during his career up to then had precluded him from running for the position president, but he would have if he could have. And he said to himself at some point that me make this happen for my children, and obviously the eldest son. Joseph was being groomed for this Joseph. A bit of a tragic character was really good-looking, really athletic. He was the apple of his father's I. Being the eldest son to he had all the hopes and ambitions of his father drilled into him from an early age. He joined the military. And to counter long story short, he's actually flying over Europe. When he was killed, and that was the first of many tragedies to befall this family, he was awarded the Purple Heart the distinguished flying cross the navy cross, but all of this posthumously, and that was a huge blow to Joe's ambitions for him, and for his eldest son, so he just transferred all of that to jet. Jack felt it. But what Dr Joe Genia to do that stupid flat, because the war was almost over, and what happened was there was a certain area that kip hooting England in the war with the Germans sampled on the beach in France in bombing England, so they cannot for the strategy to make this flying missile. I mean they're gonNA parachute out, but what happened was. The didn't even know, but the navy reading sorted out in two days before blown up the spot. But Joe wanted to go so badly because of what happened with Jack Jacket or eighty, one this middle. Yeah, when he was in the Navy when East P craft sank and he saved some of his crew. Joe Junior Cities Kirpan. We have to earn his policy nine hundred, and it's not right. I don't WanNa do it. And blinded by ambition took it and turbulence hit the plan, and it blew up in English Channel my God. We're not gonNA talk too much about President John. F, Kennedy who called Jack. Because we've done an episode on him already, but suffice it to say that he had a lot of challenges. He wasn't the ideal candidate in some ways, and although he was the second child he was also. A, very tragic figure in some respects I mean. He said he had a great childhood and a great life. Most of the Kennedys grew up in this idyllic Kinda, Hyannis Port Summers and Palm Beach and off the coast of Martha's Vineyard, and you know in boats and traveling to interesting places going to these Ivy League colleges, so it wasn't as if they had a horrible life, but I think Jack's challenge was that ultimately his presidency would be eclipsed by his assassination, and he had many women during his time, which is something he had in common with his father. His father used to be. Like the biggest leth Oreo in Hollywood. The book he, he would invite Hollywood starlets to their house, and in front of rows hit on them. You know that poor woman, but interesting story we talk about notorious. At ultra but. Set Lori Swanson was these star sonnet movies and he hooked up with her and.
"kennedy" Discussed on Give Them Lala ... with Randall
"We heard of James. That was the funniest thing ever city. Tulsa Ok so we get we get to really like Shit Dive Bar. Okay and like. I'm with the owner of one of the nightclubs. Thanks to his friends bar gas and it was just like sticky floors to the Max Rainbow. Lights like Christmas lights on the wall. And that's what you get like a piss hall when the coal and so I like I knew. This place is packed packed and the killing loud music in this drink spilling everywhere. I've got my off lights on like I don't feel good so I get to the bar on the other side and my friends actually with me rubs in town and me and horror but just looking around like Oh my God. What the Hell's going on these two girls kind of backup so this girl. She Orders Tequila shots and the other one says like. Oh you took my Tequila shots and that it had something happened where the girl doesn't even drink but the go insisted that she took a Tequila shot and she he she then proceeded to get into the section that I was in. Okay next thing. We know this one girl puts down the Tequila shot and punches. This won't go in the face. What the other one literally punched back within point two three right and we're both face heads and like a lacy is literally blood. Splatter and I I turn around and I run to the kegs where they the kegs behind the bar and I was just trying to hide and next thing you know I hear Bitch Pitch Pitch and it just it was awful so you know obviously I want to leave. The venue after fire breaks out. It's just not my place anymore. I get to the alley. And who do I see in the alley with a bloody lip? Okay that girl though in the fight and she's bouncing on the wall looking at me. Say James Privacy. You not a fighter James Privacy. Not Fodder rallied escalade. We gotta get into the show so the escalade doors swing open. I jump in. And then as she said she just wasn't a vita that goes back at it. I don't know how security hasn't done anything. Plus both their husbands are just watching this. Go Down Walking. Yes yes both their husbands one of them's a doctor had dinner with him and he was what the dinner and then actually this one girl this one girl. I think she was on pills or something. She comes up to me and she's like her. Name's not your name's Michael and I was like what you know. James Kennedy. We just had dinner. Don't book.
"kennedy" Discussed on Diana: Case Solved
"Him get it out of the system and he clearly he calmed down. I me I never saw him doing anything like that. You know when you got a little older as John. Junior grew from child to man the pressure of living up to the Kennedy name and perhaps the growing dread of the Kennedy curse would only grind with him. There may be a reason for it that it may be there. I mean from the time they're little kids growing up people come up to him. Say when are you going to be president. And especially with John F. Kennedy junior because not only was his father father president but his father was assassinated. So it's almost like hey pal when are you gonNa get this back. It's almost the pressure is on on so under normal circumstances the pressure is on these aim sakes they tend to do things that are self destructed. They become alcoholics. So that's something that happens naturally but if your dad is assassinated it's kind of like hey are you gonna let him get away with that. You're you're supposed to take it back. That's tremendous pressure to be under to live under. I don't think they would be that overt in their pressure but it was kind ova it was. It was pretty hard to avoid. I mean you. Every time you turned around anybody. You were introduced to her. You've ever met. It would be discussed trust. That was something that was faced every day. He didn't show that there were any affected him in in any way because it would be not managed not Kennedy enough to show any emotions about it but the effect of the assassinations nations overall on John over the years was to accept his mother's dire warnings that they were out to kill Kennedy's and you would think that that would petrified by a young man finally finally on July the Sixteenth nineteen ninety nine the curse struck again so I was an automobile and the radio was on the came over the news that John. F Kennedy Jr. is airplane had disappeared over the Atlantic and I had chills go down my spine. I thought this is just wow I heard it and I thought this has happened over over and over throughout history. This cannot be a coincidence. There there must be some terrible pressure. I don't believe in curses but there must be some subconscious level something being very strong. That's going on that. Some terrible pressure that's going on. I've had people say that it could be the reverse. I tend to say that they have these feelings of self-destruction that are not going to be president. I'm not GonNa make this just too much. I can't take this and that at some unconscious level. That's going on but I've had others say the opposite. They'd say that they felt John F.. Kennedy Junior in your was just bold beyond reason that he took great risks extreme risks that he didn't wear a life preserver need be out in a Kayak and that he felt he was indestructible that. I`MMA Kennedy nothing can happen to me. I have a destiny so I've heard it both ways. I tend to suspect it's former next time on fatal voyage John F. Kennedy Junior case sold To cocaine spiraled out of control. That's when he became angry at her and yelled at her and Kirstein her. I said if I had millions and millions and millions and millions of dollars. The last thing I'd want to be doing is flying in small plan John F. Kennedy Junior. May they have had a death wish when he took that plane.
"kennedy" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"The result of a mistake in item value and opportunity a relationship life is a series of decisions many of them binary each one offering potential paths that fate may take us down. Every action has an effect every choice a consequence and sometimes in the rarest of occasions a person is is presented with a life or death choice that will come to define them. That was the case for Senator Ted Kennedy in the summer of Nineteen sixty-nine on Chappaquiddick Island in Massachusetts though the official account of what happened that night is somewhat muddled. The facts are as follows late at night after a party Kennedy set off down Chappaquiddick road in his oldsmobile with him was Mary Jo Kopechne acne a former campaign staffer for the recently assassinated Robert Kennedy. There was an accident. The car hit a barrier and flipped over into the water. Ted Got out and survived but Mary Mary Jo was left trapped in the car. Ted Kennedy did not inform the police about the accident until ten hours later when the car was recovered in Mary. Jo's body was found inside the initial reaction Ocean from the divers was that she hadn't actually drowned she'd suffocated and if Ted Kennedy had called the police immediately she may still be alive today. Welcome to conspiracy theories apar- cast original every Wednesday we dig into the complicated stories behind the world's most controversial events in search for the truth. I'm Carter Roy and I'm only Brandenburg and neither of us are conspiracy theorists but we are open minded skeptical and curious. Don't get US wrong long..
"kennedy" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast
"Eighteen fifty to reestablish two thousand eighteen in a couple of weeks ago on the podcast. We had a conversation about Reagan. So why not go from Reagan's a very famous political name to Kennedy, maybe the most famous political name in the last century or so, we're joined by Joel Kennedy's like football. Oh yes, we do. Yes, we do a lot of famous stories about Kennedy's playing football, touch. I love football game. We loved it. But in those touch football gays, I, it was mono on mono and it was unbelievable, playing touch football. That's one of my one of my great memories growing up. What can look. Columbine any time with love to have you. Still tries to fight the play quarterback. So I think we could have figured that one out. Do you get out there for those games? Oh, man. Well. Folks. You've got a little bit older now, but when I was a kid, it was like twenty on twenty. It was not. And it was it was it was planned out there stretching going on the team being. How did you? How did you much credit knows the tryouts? Were whoever had other friends or whatever else. So come on by and you throw a pass as close as you could to a tree or rose Bush. Just see who it'd be wanna jump on it and if they wouldn't jump into it, then they go to the other team. The the movie wedding crashers. Gauge ever have any wedding crasher tech moments, any injuries in the Kennedy football games. I remember watching that movie and thinking that this was striking little close to home and then kind of flagged it for my dad. He was like, what are you talking about? I was like that. I think they're making fun of them. Well, I think that is. Deep out of respect there. I thought. Internally a bit of an element of it that was that strikes a little close to home fun, right. A lot of fun. No question about it. What what are your sports team's? Joe? Who? Where do your loyalties lie? There's only one acceptable answer. I think all the way through for me on that born and raised in Massachusetts. So Red Sox, patriots Celtics, and Bruins all the way through when I was a kid Bruins we're kind of the best of the bunch. So I grew up in a big hockey fan and then the Drew Bledsoe years. I remember a couple of tough games against the colts. If I remember correctly there for a little while and it's been a good Becker show to be a Boston sports fan. That's no doubt. True. And we are still celebrating because of the tenth inning walk off sweep of the New York Yankees last night which we into a fellow bright that for about another five or ten years. We're training camp right now. We just had our third day of practice, and I got home last night about eleven o'clock and was watching the Yankees Red Sox game, and it was it was three to one when I turn the TV. The off and then came in this morning three to one Yankees. And then I came in Brown's a huge. That's our defensive coordinator. He's a huge Red Sox fan. He said he was up watching until it got the four to one, and then he had to go to sleep. What happened? What happened? Eighth inning. We had some fireworks in the eight inning. We had some fireworks -ly they've put, I think four runs in the last two innings and then a walk off on the tenth. And you know, it's that's series as you know. It was always a great one of the most that slow through Fenway, but to be able to to get a sweep of the Anki and go up. I think we're eight and a half up at this point that does not happen all that often. So no one has ever accused Boston sports fans of being classy. And we are living up to the expectation and loving every second of it..
"kennedy" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"Some of the kennedy family from kennedy joe junior nineteen thirty four in which the son calls the nazis dislike of jewish people quote wellfounded and the dad's saying i'm very pleased and gratified at your observations of the german situation she gave us that's worse than i understood so could that have been how is that related to this curse well the vote is perhaps you know that's pre a lot of the cursing that's happening think nineteen forty four is the first one that we've let clocked later on in our timeline as to the first part of the curse so it would make sense if there was a curse applied around this time beginning to middle of world war two as him and that that kind of verges on a spiritual aspect oh yeah sure we'll that's this is another theory that i've seen online is that perhaps because of the way that joe kennedy amassed his fortune you know even though he says oh you know businessman just like his father said i'm a businessman perhaps there was some illgotten gains there maybe a family that was you know taking advantage of or someone got hurt so basically either we've got in the in some of the theories have been put forth either he's been cursed in some way because of his involvement with world war two in the nazis or in some with some other group that he wronged in amassing his fortune okay that's what i have seen i liked that you say group of i like the idea of some real world interest pursuing someone so you can already see some of the issues here folks there's no universally greed on theory of what could have happened or triggered a curse there are several compelling guesses as you said matt the most compelling timelines do seem to trace it to joe kennedy absolutely but most use of the term curse just centers on describing the strange collection of tragic events that appear to be devil this family much more so than the average jane and john doe smith new ian new ian i it's it's twenty eighteen it's america man that's that's a fun one i never knew how to pronounce that until about twenty sixteen yeah yeah hyphenated smith newgen i you know i don't know i'm just i picking a generic average american family razi though you guys when you see these stacked up like in a list it's it's it's a lot less but also remember there are a lot of kennedy's that's true associated kennedy's at's true and times revolver title and there are people who kennedy adjacent sort of the way like redman is always hanging out with wu tang but is not himself in wootton yeah what is it locates like what are some examples of the curses i think are examples of the curse itself will ultimately there are a lot of deaths that we would consider to be untimely sure early deaths every death is earlier than it should be right or airplane accidents that's a whole category that we can kind of put in here because the kennedys fly a lot most some of the most affluent people do fly the most because because you can afford it or perhaps you have your pilot's license and in this case the kennedys did fly a whole lot the first though the first person who was killed in an aircraft accident was actually serving his country when when he was killed he was not a private pilot at the time on august twelve nineteen forty four joseph kennedy junior this is the older brother of jfk he was killed in an aircraft explosion when he was serving during the second world war so nineteen forty four joseph kennedy junior okay so then in nineteen forty eight may thirteen we have kathleen cavernous who was jfk's sister and also the wife of the marquee of hartington oh yes that yes the bucky of haughty some kind of weird like like the connecticut local government position let's do a cucolo search yeah it's a landed title in the uk uk okay so let a lot of what a lot of political dynasties due to get around what they sell to you as a voter if you're in the us what a lot of them do to get the aristocratic heights that they want is they marry into aristocratic families so when it's voting season they can still put on some i'll say they can still put on a pair of overalls and a.
"kennedy" Discussed on We The People
"He enact that that role as the swing justice you know i think my impression of justice kennedy for mine a year with him was that he was pretty decisive you know there were times leah has written that all just as kennedy clerk's counter clerks at some point that they're taking the opposite view the justice and trying to persuade him of something else but i found that you know the areas where he might have seemed indecisive where he didn't he didn't agree with you from the outset and you were trying to persuade him and with the benefit of hindsight and may have been simply tact that he didn't tell you you're wrong but you know i find him to be a fairly decisive there were times when i would try to persuade him of stuff and in over the course of several days he would you know work as way around to know there are also there were admittedly though there were cases where you know even if he had an impulse you know he took all of these cases very seriously and you know even if he had an idea which way he thought they were going to go he you know he thought about him he as he said to me you know he brooded about them and i had the you know very twentieth century facts fax machine in my office i would come in and you know discover you know that he had sent a fax you know in the wee hours and say you know here with the product of late night brooding and it would be his thoughts on something and you know there were cases that he really thought long and hard about but i think that was really more a matter of refining his thinking wasn't that he didn't know which way to go it was kind of refining his thanking from what i could see trusting indeed than not idea brooding in the seriousness with which took these decisions christopher justice kennedy voted at least in the nineteen nineties to strike down more federal and state laws than any other justice what was his vision of the court's role in checking populace democratic excesses and did he believe that citizens would indeed rally around the courts vision of constitution that united them i don't know the be fought of it as a democratic excesses as rather vindication of rights and liberties i suppose by definition anytime you enforce a constitutional right you're overturning a democraticallyelected statute but i don't i never got the sense that there was any vision in him of a need to curb democratic processes so one of the last time we spoke we were talking about james wilson in and and the founding and one of the things that's very very clear if you go back and read the original constitutional convention in the what records we have is that the virginia nhs particularly madison in that context headed extreme distrust of democracy and that he was really worried about mob rule and faction and was trying to structure a constitution with senate at the center and a senate that was not democratically elected but rather the control the states as an attempt to put decision what he called successive filtration that we have to go through a number of steps of places constituted in ways other than direct elections and when i hear you talk about distrust the democratic process i think of that you know someone who didn't believe that that would lead to the inherent political process would lead to good things i don't have that feeling about justice kennedy and i can think it's possible to believe in values of liberty so just free speech without necessarily having very very negative view of the process is just understand that political exigencies race questions and they lead to certain enactments and the and the court has to act but i do think that he also did see as john is put out structural government as an important bulwark against a protecting liberty and again that's not really thinking of the process lee as being factored or somehow bad going it's just you know the classic statement is you know power tends to corrupt absolute power tentacle up absolutely and the madison solution in our constitutions divide power against itself and police it in certain ways it's possible to do that without and we also the system of federal ism divide power from the federal government the states to believe in.
"kennedy" Discussed on AM Joy
"Very large in in the lower of american history were in the fiftieth anniversary since the assassination of your grandfather robert kennedy robert f kennedy and i want to play you a clip that is particularly resonant because it's also fifty years since the assassination of course of dr martin luther king junior and play that clip for you and i have a question on the other side for those of you who are black inner attempted to filled with d filled with hatred and distrust of the injustices such an act against all white people i would only say that i can also deal in my own heart the same kind of feeling i had a member of my family killed that he was killed by a white man but we have to make an effort in the united states the up to make an effort to understand to get beyond or go beyond these rather difficult times so congressman your grandfather obviously had a unique ability to speak across many demographic said it's sort of a heart the american people lotta people you know sort of a wistful about what could have been had he become president of the united states that's part of the reason so much affection and a burden is placed on you sir in your own mind what what are you what in your mind is the the legacy of your grandfather that you want americans to take away joy and kind of play that clip.
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"Last month when we first sat down with professor jason firm to talk about the gop tax reform effort a specific bill hammond even been me public yet yet now just a few weeks later not only have we seen a bill but several bills two of which have already been approved by the house and senate respectively it's a what to have taken place in such a short amount of time especially considering the farreaching consequences of the landmark piece of legislation so if your head still spinning and you're looking for some perspective whole tight we've got you covered hello and welcome to the harvard kennedy school policy cast i'm your host mak had water and as we wait for the final version of the builder who emerged from the conference committee we ask professor furhman the former chair of the white house council of economic advisers under the obama administration to join us once again give us an update on where things stand this time in a live broadcast on the kennedy schools facebook page as a side note were open a livestream more of these interviews going forward so if you'd like to ask one of our guests the question should follow us on twitter policy cast to find out when will be going live next okay here's professor firm that the speed of this has been dizzying i'm five weeks ago there was no draft legislation at all we didn't really know what this was gonna look like and fast forward tiny bit over a month later on both the house and senate have passed bills a final bill hasn't been passed for the president's signature but the house and senate are similar enough that i certainly would expect that to happen in terms of what's in here of the most important things to know with any tax bill our number one how much does it cost and here the estimate is that after accounting for economic growth this would cost one trillion dollars over the next decade.
"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast
"Oh ho ho low last week the kennedy school center for international development launched a brand new version of its atlas of economic complexity before you go searching for it let me warn you can be slightly addictive the atlas is at its core a database of decades worth of economic data from every country honor imports exports industries products but if you picturing a series of snoozing do sing spreadsheets you'd be wrong the atlas manages to bring all that data to life through interactive visuals ations that for me at least often turn into rabbit holes of esoteric fascination of course the visuals ations aren't just a novelty near illustrations of complexity economics a field pioneered in part by ricardo hausmann that has proven and reliable predictor of future economic growth hello and welcome to the harvard kennedy school policy cast i'm your host knack had waller in this week in honor of the atlas his 20 launch we're pulling from the archives to feature an interview i conducted with professor housman in 2013 where he explains what economic complexity is and how both investors and makers can use it to better inform their decisionmaking thanks for joining us thank you for having me can you describe what exactly economic complexity is and why it's an important measure for countries around the world well essentially economic complexities related to how much does a city a state a country knows how to do in the essential ideas that the the fundamental ingredient to be able to do something is to know how to do it and an economy is characterized by what it knows how to do a and then in poor countries than to know how to do fuel simple things and rich countries dental know how to do more things and among them more complicated things you we've sometimes used the metaphor over scrabble so the economies like a game of scrabble and the if you have very fuel letters you can make very few words and short words and the more letters you have a the bigger the variety of the words that you could cook up and the long were those words so the variety and complexity of the things that come on economies able to make is a measure of their productive knowledge of their knowhow saudi measure those specific god scrabble pieces well.
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"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast
"When we identify with the protagonist of a story we're not just learning about what happened we're are actually getting some of the experience of what did him and so the moral that history teaches is to the heart much more so than to the head beck when he is a graduate student at the university chicago famed author kurt vonnegut it submitted a thesis pausing that stories had shapes and could be plotted like sign waves on graft paper going one step further he also claimed that most stories followed just a handful of shapes giving each schori a name boymeetsgirl man in whole old testament and cinderella the thesis was rejected of course monte gets shapes are now cited often by storytellers which is in and of itself an example of a man in whole story and not least in part because there's a wide recognition of both the power of storytelling in simplicity at the heart of our stories hello and welcome the harvard kennedy school policy cast i'm your host mac had water in joining us today's h a senior lecturer marshall guns under legendary grassroots organizer who cut his teeth in the civil rights movement before becoming an integral part of cesar chavez successful campaign to unionize farmworkers in california today he teaches organizing and leadership peered kennedy school fesser thanks so much for joining us this morning so when you speak about organizing you often emphasize the importance of narrative the concept of public narrative he why is that.