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Fresh update on "kennedy" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

00:21 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kennedy" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Of Illinois President Biden addressed concerns over the new COVID variant omicron from The White House this morning This variant is a cause for concern not a cause for panic The president says the only way to beat the pandemic is to get people vaccinated There are now travel bans from 8 countries in South Africa where it originated but he says there will be no lockdowns the United Nations says the global risk though is very high Meantime South African doctors say the new variant is resulting in mostly mild symptoms patients are having flu like symptoms dry coughs fever night sweats and body aches most have been treated at home And most of the new cases in South Africa have been among people in their 20s and 30s and doctors note that age group generally has milder symptoms of COVID-19 Moderna's CEO telling CNBC that it could take months to develop and ship an omen specific vaccine but a higher dose of its booster could be ready much sooner He also wore the variant is probably already present in most countries And the justice will a trial began today nearly three years after the actor claimed he was the victim of a hate crime only to be later accused of staging the attack two brothers admit they took part in the assault and say Smollett planned the whole thing and paid them to do it Debbie allis news time one 31 Now we have a disabled vehicle where the right lane is blocked on the inbound Kennedy at the Hubbard street tunnel a little slow in the inbound Eisenhower around north avenue and the tri stage stop.

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Fresh update on "kennedy" discussed on Jim Bohannon

Jim Bohannon

02:15 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kennedy" discussed on Jim Bohannon

"To Texas the Austin bureau chief of the Dallas morning news is bob Garrett and Jeff good weather down there this weekend bob How are you I'm fine John Yes we've had some pretty nice weather after a week that was rainy It was welcome Seeing the sun Yeah that's two Two stories out of Texas that are on our mind two of the people that died at the Travis Scott astral world music fest were from these parts Sounds like nice kids It's just tragic During that age 20 and Franco patino aged 21 one was a student at the university of Dayton majoring in mechanical engineering The other was immediate major for my Alma mater southern Illinois university at Carbondale I watched some of the video Boy people were trampling over each other just to get into the venue Let alone before they were rushing the stage What's the latest news there and are there any criminal or civil proceedings What's happening on that Well I think the city officials are in the early stages of investigating but it's really troubling one report you know that the police chief that talked to Travis Scott beforehand expressing concern So I think we're going to be learning about this for a long time John It's really awful Well I'm glad you said learning from this I mean this does still happen in this day and age And it could happen again I don't know how concert promoters And this was an outside venue So sometimes that's an easier space to manage because you kind of have a lot more room It's not like we got four walls but I hope that something can be done to mitigate these sort of circumstances you know Yeah you know it was for decades starting I think in the late 60s in England and in Europe the soccer hooligans over these trampling things and they maybe we can learn from what they did Okay we'll put a hold on that for now You know the reason I thought we'd originally talk and it's so trivial compared to that But people really did show up on the grassy Knoll area in Dallas last week because QAnon said that one or both of the kennedys would be there Is that right That's right Scores of people showed up who I don't know that it's I don't know that they are anything but a minority within Q and on itself If anybody knows different please call but they were showing up making John F. Kennedy Jr. who died in that plane crash in 1999 was going to reappear at daily Plaza the site of where his father JFK was assassinated and that he was going to appear last Tuesday night It was a very rainy night in Dallas He did not appear But QAnon types had thought he would become the reinaugurated Donald Trump's vice president and then president Right because Trump was then going to step down and so that whichever can Are you clear which of the kennedys boy here's a stupid question Which of the kennedys was supposed to appear was John John or was it his dad or was it both I think the most prominent one theory was that John John would reappear at the Plaza before midnight Tuesday and then you get this very bizarre scenario where Trump who is what day in August which he's supposed to be president again I forgot Oh I don't know August 4th but he was going to be reinstated and then he would step down John John will become president former national security adviser Michael Flynn would be appointed by John John as his vice president And then Trump would ultimately become the king of kings It's pretty crazy You said scores I watched some video and I would say there weren't 500 but there were a few hundred people there all with swag too some of them had hats and t-shirts with John Kennedy and Trump I don't know where you get this stuff It doesn't seem to me like there'd be a big audience for that You know one of the commentators I saw over the weekend did say something interesting and that is that forget the intelligence or wackiness or zaniness of these conspiracy people These are people looking for community It's kind of sad in a way to see those folks there I don't know that they were in on some joke You really do get a feeling that this is their tribe and at least it gives them some sort of you know common purpose however bizarre it is You know what I'm saying I think in the lonely age of the Internet you're exactly right John that people are many people are lonely and need community and it's something we all need to realize that if we don't provide it and lure them into good channels they're going to end up in these channels See that's it I mean and that's them where the conversation gets serious because if that's what they really need They don't need Kennedy to be president They just need to belong to something Let's give them a sane Republican Party or a responsible Democratic Party or neither but just give them something to believe in because if you don't what fills the void can be dangerous or evil or dumb and that's what happened in Dallas that day Bob Garrett's the Austin bureau chief for the Dallas morning news I'm going to call you again bob I miss you when I don't talk to you It's always a pleasure to visit with you today and if more news comes out of Houston let's visit on that again too okay.

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Breitbart News: Biden Will Deliver Speech on Economy Before His Thanksgiving Vacation

Mark Levin

02:01 min | Last week

Breitbart News: Biden Will Deliver Speech on Economy Before His Thanksgiving Vacation

"Joe Biden planning to blame business for inflation and higher prices breitbart writes He's going to blame them for rising prices and higher inflation this week as his poll numbers continue to plunge The president is scheduled a speech on the economy and lowering prices for the American people unquote at The White House tomorrow before he leaves for his Thanksgiving vacation in Nantucket Massachusetts Why is he going to Nantucket Shouldn't he go to math as vineyard with all the other kooks It's got to be a Kennedy there somewhere There's like 4 billion of them But ladies and gentlemen he's gonna blame business for rising prices and higher inflation He's going to use the worst kind of propaganda demagoguery Now he doesn't use it on the communist Chinese and G doesn't use it on the fascist Russians and impute and he doesn't use it on the islamo Nazis and Tehran Now he uses it on Americans whether it's Republican state legislature What honey Oh my pants are down Anyway so The guy that created this situation with inflation gasoline prices food prices he's going to blame the very entities that are saying stop the regulations Stop the prohibition Stop the taxes They're very businesses That we're providing plentiful fuel at a very low price that we're providing plentiful feud at a food at a very low price Plenty of everything The shells were full even during the height of the pandemic This guy comes in the one man wrecking ball and he's gonna blame them They're very people who say let us drill and produce more natural gas and oil Let us frack Now you can't do that Well the prices are going to go up the supply is going to go down We're going to have to peck We're going to have to rely even on our enemies And then he blames those

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Rep. John Kennedy Lists Reasons Why Saule Omarova Is a Communist

Mark Levin

02:03 min | Last week

Rep. John Kennedy Lists Reasons Why Saule Omarova Is a Communist

"You wrote your thesis in college at Moscow state university on the title was Karl Marx's economic analysis and the theory of revolution in the capital But you won't send senator to me a copy You studied at university at Moscow state university scientific communism Which is the science regarding the working class struggle and the socialist agenda In 2019 not 30 years ago in a Canadian documentary you called the financial services industry quote a quintessential industry You roll a paper called systemically significant prices calling for the federal government to set wages food gas prices In 2020 you wrote a paper called the people's ledger Where you said we need to abolish bank accounts and make everybody set up an account at fear with the federal government will have access to your data In 2020 you wrote another paper called the climate case for a national investment authority where you said what we need to do the oil and gas industry is have the federal government bankrupt So we can tackle climate change In 2019 you joined the Facebook group a Marxist Facebook group to discuss socialist and anti capitalist views Now that's what I see from your record And you have the right to believe everyone of these things You do This is America But I don't mean any disrespect I don't know whether to call you professor or comrade Oh my goodness Senator I'm not a

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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Attacked by Media Over COVID Vaccine Claims

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:16 min | Last week

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Attacked by Media Over COVID Vaccine Claims

"As she a headline last night on mediaite, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. makes nutso claim to Tucker Carlson that the COVID vaccine appears to be killing more people than all vaccines combined. Here's what Robert F. Kennedy said on yesterday's Tucker Carlson today that streams on Fox nation. There have been 17,000 as reported to theirs on the COVID vaccines. And that's more in the last 8 months than all of the from all vaccines, the billions and billions of vaccines combined over the past 30 years. Of this vaccine appears to be killing more people than all vaccines combined. There's more reports of vaccination. The beast revs up when they hear that they say that's a nut so claim. That's a wacky claim. That the COVID vaccines have led to 17,000 deaths reported to VAERS that's more than just 8 months more deaths than all vaccines, the billions and billions of vaccines combined over the past 30 years. And I'm thinking, well, that's significant, you know? That's something people have to ponder, right? No, no, no. The beast says you may not. That's a crazy wacky claim. The article at mediaite says the anti vaxx Kennedy who claims he is not anti vax, cited the CDC's frequently misunderstood vaccine adverse event reporting system known as VAERS. To back up his claim. The article says Tucker Carlson himself has touted numbers from VAERS when discussing the apparent death rate from coronavirus vaccines on his show. Well, media I talked to some health guys some doctor whether this Tucker Carlson's claim about Varys is accurate. The answer was it's not accurate. There's was intended to cast a wide net to capture any possible or potential complication that even has the remotest possibility of being related to the vaccine. Any adverse event is considered reportable. Now, I'm like, so they're saying, don't believe you're lying eyes. Well, we're casting a wide net. Oh, you mean like calling a car accident, a COVID death? If the person in the ER who dies, has COVID in their system because that's what they've done. You mean like that? Okay. I get it. I guess they do that. But what if half the number that's been reported to VAERS is right. What if 8000 have died or 9000? I mean, why is that a nutshell claim?

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Crew Dragon astronauts launch for busy 6 months in space

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Crew Dragon astronauts launch for busy 6 months in space

"For more astronauts are on their way to the international space station for a six month scientific mission and let's stop a late night launch from the Kennedy Space Center after several delays for the crew of the new dragon in Dorrance capsule commander Raja Chaudhary it was a great ride better than we imagined commander Charlie an Air Force veteran says the Halloween day delay led to another notable launch date the purpose of the fly interns on veterans day this mission brings the six hundredth person into space German astronaut Mateus Mauer they join one American and two Russians still at the space station I'm Jackie

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Activist and Filmmaker Chris Rufo Talks All Things 'Anti-Capitalist'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Activist and Filmmaker Chris Rufo Talks All Things 'Anti-Capitalist'

"Welcome back to mister CRT. Chris rufo. So you mentioned some of these anti capitalists. These people who wish to destroy America tell us who they teach who they consult to and the kinds of money these anti capitalists, like Robert Angelo, Angela Davis, and Ibrahim Kennedy make. So as anti capitalist, they're doing quite well on. They Kris. Hey, yeah. Yeah, and that's really the rub, right? I mean, no one is really anti capitalist. If you look at the four remaining, the three rather remaining socialist and communist countries in Asia, you know, China is a communist country Vietnam as a continuous country. I believe it's Cambodia as the third one. They all have a smaller government as a share of DD GDP than the United States. Actually, in practice, the government of the United States is more socialistic than all of the remaining socialist countries. Everyone knows that capitalism is the great generator of wealth. And for a lot of the critical race theorists, they preach anti capitalism because it's fashionable. It's chic. It's perceived as high status, but they all practice the lives of vicious and greedy capitalists. They won't do it accumulate resources and money. They'll take money from oil companies from technology companies from everybody to feed themselves from the capitalist machine. But they justify it by saying that this is simply redistribution. This is simply taking the fruits of illegitimate capitalist capital accumulation and redistributing it to the great kind of proletariat minds that make up the Vanguard of this revolution. And if you look throughout history, the communists have always impoverished the poor and enriched the powerful. This is a thing that has happened in every communist revolution since the very first one in Russia in 1917. The cadre, the elite, the party members, always suck up the wealth and labor of their countries in order to further their political goals while impoverishing the people that they're purported to help. It's no different in the kind of hyper capitalists the United States than it is in the hyper communist Soviet Union of a hundred years

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Peter Navarro Previews Chapter 2 of New Book 'In Trump Time'

Mark Levin

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Peter Navarro Previews Chapter 2 of New Book 'In Trump Time'

"I want to go right to this issue in the situation room With Fauci this chapter two is fascinating fear loathing in saint Fauci in the situation Take us to the situation Yeah that's great So it's January 2020 It's January 28th the president has dispatched me to the situation He's already decided to pull down the flights from China But he needs the support of this nascent task force right So I walk in there Mark and there's four guys I see I know I'm going to have trouble with you got Mulvaney the acting chief again and at the table you got Pompeo's hack on my left shoulder I'm looking across either get this orville redenbacher doppleganger That's Redfield at the CDC and Asia right They're all for different reasons They're again the travel band but there's this little guy across me Little round glasses didn't know he was a saint didn't know we walked on water And I mean a violent argument with him within 60 seconds And he's like flow bears parody keeps saying over and over again travel bans don't work And at one point Mark I looked at him and I go dude I actually called him dude I said dude it's like I mean if there's 20,000 Chinese nationals come in every day from Wuhan China and China into Kennedy O'Hare LAX some of them lit up hotter than a Christmas tree with virus that you think it's best come on in And it's no no no no no no And that was my first taken Mark I looked him in the eye that day Again it's like I had no idea of who he was And I thought to myself he thinks he's smarter than he is And he's going to hurt this president But the bigger story that day Mark and in Trump time book was the lie of omis because I'm sitting there at that point in time I knew that virus likely came from the lab And what did Fauci

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Democrats Assess Where They Went Wrong as a ‘Red Tsunami’ Takes Hold in New York

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 3 weeks ago

Democrats Assess Where They Went Wrong as a ‘Red Tsunami’ Takes Hold in New York

"The fault line is being exposed, the Democrats are doing an autopsy of why they lost in every possible direction from Edward durr to the Virginia governor's race to the lieutenant governor's race in Virginia. How bad was it actually? Well, I just want to. I want to hear, let's just local news report cut 87. This is in New York, Nassau county. Play cut 87 just so you understand what Democrats are dealing with. Even in New York play tape. The shock resonated from the New York suburbs down the eastern seaboard. People are saying there was a red wave, they're wrong. It was a red tsunami. Republican Bruce blakeman declaring victory in the Nassau executive race considered the biggest upset here since Edmund Ghana when seated Tom swazi in 2009. We had the right message. It was taxes. It was crime. People are fed up with a liberal, progressive policies of the other party. This isn't the party of John F. Kennedy anymore. It's the party of AOC and Bernie Sanders, and they're rejecting that. And Joe Biden, they're rejecting that. I said this yesterday to Connor, and I said this to Andrew, I said, if the Democrats continue with this, and if they are unable to inoculate themselves, and remove the tumor, that is woke ism from their party. It is not out of the conversation that if conservatives do their job, and they don't, they're not run by a bunch of feckless morons, which is so often the case, we could end up winning states like New Jersey and Connecticut. We could win 40 out of 50

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'Capote's Women' Author Laurence Leamer Writes About People Who 'Live on the Edge'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | Last month

'Capote's Women' Author Laurence Leamer Writes About People Who 'Live on the Edge'

"I just discovered that there's a new book out called capote's women, it is by Lawrence lemur, the subtitle is a two story of love betrayal and a swan song for an era. It's a beautiful book, and I'm looking forward to talking about it with its author. Lawrence leamer, welcome to the program. Eric, thanks so much for having me. While it's a joy, I have written three pretty long biographies myself and I appreciate the genre. And I think that there's something you can do in a biography that you can't do in any other book. You can bring a period of time alive. It's an extraordinary thing. The time in which Truman Capote lived the 60s in New York, we can't even begin to really imagine what world he lived in. But I actually, you've begun and you've put it in a book. You've written many books on many other fabulous people, most of them taller than Truman Capote, which is saying nothing. You've written about the kennedys. You've written about Johnny Carson. What led you? I know you were a journalist. What led you before we get into this specific book into writing these kinds of books about these celebrated figures? Look, alas, I only have one life to lead. In writing these books, I enter other people's lives. But they've got to be somebody fascinating. They've got to be people who live at the edge. You take chances. That's what I want. With a China car or whether it's the kennedys or JFK or that generation or whoever or Donald Trump for that matter, people live at the edge.

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Memory Tricks and Treats - burst 4

"Am I Old Yet?" A light comedy about ageing with dignity and joy.

03:26 min | Last month

Memory Tricks and Treats - burst 4

"Don't you miss him not really. I didn't much like him in the first place. Terrible thing to say he's your father. Yes i suppose so. But he wasn't a very good father and he wasn't a very nice man wasn't he. I thought he brought his present or some daddy gave us the press. He might have handed them to us. But i'm pretty sure it was mom who bought them or made them. Oh dear. i didn't know that. Why didn't i know that that horrible. I should've known that i was the big sister. I was supposed to look up to you. And you did sweetheart. You really did. And you did know what he was like. You've just forgotten. don't worry about it. We all forget things. But i seem to forget more things more and more things all the time such as me i forgot have but this there is still something i i know. There was something a question i wanted to us about. Daddy he as about daddy. Why did he go. why didn't he come back. I remember now waiting and waiting and and asking mummy and she would get cross and refused me. Did so cross not good to do you know nope. I really don't. I did try to find out years later. It seems he went to america to the states. And when i was over there studying in new york. I tried to track him down. But i had no luck whatsoever. Oh that's pitt yes. He'd probably changed his name and he was a clever clogs. He was certainly capable of reinventing himself completely. If he wanted to that such a shame. I can't help wondering do you wonder. Don't you still want to no not really. I gave that up. Life's too short. He didn't care enough about us to want to know how we were anything about us. Why should we waste time wondering about him. Oh i understand that. But but what helen. Yes darling helen. Why did i stop thinking about him. After all this time. And i really did yes. I really did want to know why he wasn't coming here to see me. As if i thought i was still a young girl i was what fifteen when he left holding. You're only fourteen. And i was six and i think it was much more of a trauma for you because well because you knew him for longer. I hardly knew him a tool. He was away so much. Oh yes that's right. I thought he was such an adventure. I really wasn't surprised when he went to way. But you were devastated. When he didn't come back it's a terrible

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SpaceX needs to tame toilet trouble before weekend launch

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

SpaceX needs to tame toilet trouble before weekend launch

"Hundreds of space X. workers are involved in fixing a toilet leak before weekend launch of a dragon capsule it's not the same type of leak you might have in your home bathroom SpaceX officials say during last month's private flight or two but came unglued spilling urine on to fans and beneath the floor and it happened inside a dragon capsule at the international space station SpaceX crews have well did the urine flushing tube that's inside the newest space capsule named in Torrance but the private company and NASA need to make sure the leaks won't compromise a capsule launching early Sunday from the Kennedy Space Center or another that's been parked at the international space station since April I'm Jackie Quinn

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Disney World's Hall of Presidents Is Not Kind to Donald Trump

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | Last month

Disney World's Hall of Presidents Is Not Kind to Donald Trump

"Pictures. I was at Disney last week. And saw the hall of presidents. Incidentally, Disney shamelessly skips past Trump in a film Montage. They do for like they do almost every president from like John Kennedy forward, but like little clips of things they said, but they skip Trump. Classy moved Disney. Keep it classy. But he is up there on stage, you know? And the hall of presidents is always a cool exhibit. They've got all of the animatronic presidents and they're out there nodding and bowing and blinking their eyes. And Trump actually looks good. They've got a new Trump when he was president. He looked like he looked a little bit like Bette Midler. I mean, it was bizarre. He didn't look anything like Trump. Now he looks just like Trump now that he's not talking.

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Attorney General Merrick Garland Shows His True Colors

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | Last month

Attorney General Merrick Garland Shows His True Colors

"Merrick Garland was supposed to be on the United States Supreme Court. Remember when justice Antonin Scalia passed away. The great Antonin Scalia. Then president Barack Hussein Obama proposed that we need to have kind of a healing and kind of coming together period, and we're going to have a moderate come on the U.S. Supreme Court. We're going to have Merrick Garland as he's not far to the left. He's not far to the right. He's kind of going to be like Anthony Kennedy. Now to his great credit, senator Mitch McConnell said no, that's not going to happen. We're going to wait to the election. We're going to see what happens. The election occurred, and Merrick Garland remained in limbo. And never got his appointment to the United States Supreme Court. Merrick Garland always kind of had the appearance. He always kind of had the disguise, the camouflage, the uniform of being a very moderate individual both in his temperament and also his politics. Merrick Garland always kind of had a way of saying, I don't want to bring the country too far in one direction, but my duty is to the rule of law. Now Merrick Garland has showed his true colors the last 6 or 7 months ever since becoming attorney general of the United States. He is without a doubt, one of the most radical, craven, one of the most dangerous attorney generals in American history, I will even say, in some ways Merrick Garland is doing things that Eric holder and Loretta lynch did not even do when they were attorney general of the United

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The Death of George Floyd Literally Set the Country on Fire

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | Last month

The Death of George Floyd Literally Set the Country on Fire

"The death of George Floyd literally set the country on fire. And immediately, it was kind of confirmation bias of the narrative that we were always told, which is that law enforcement police officers are going and they're walking the streets, trying to find black people. They're literally killing them without any sort of due process whatsoever. The numbers don't bear this out at all. I'm happy to get into that 30 unarmed black people were killed by police officers in 2018, 2019 combined. Out of that, some of them tried to run over police officers their car, grabbing weapons, the police officers, and out of 335 million police interactions, you have 30 unarmed black people in just two years. All of a sudden you're like, is that really worth redesigning American society around that? That would be foolish and imprudent. We decided to do it anyway. $2 billion of damages and all of a sudden, every major corporation stemming from what's happening in college campus is we decided to all of a sudden embrace this that we're systemically racist. We're a white supremacist country, and if you dare disagree with us, we will character assassinate, you mock you ridicule you because you're a racist, sit down and shut up. And all of a sudden people started to read the literature, moms and dads are like wait a second, you're trying to tell my 8 year old that he's a racist just because of the color of your skin, like not so fast. Started to show up in school board meetings, loud and county, Virginia, big center, that. And so now where we are today in October 2021, actually critical race theory has a negative view by a majority Americans. Not overwhelming about 56% of Americans say, wait a second. This is a little bit too radical for me. You know, I can understand that if you want to have a conversation about some of these things, but all of a sudden saying that we need to have white privilege walks, and we have segregated graduation ceremonies. We didn't have segregation today to make up for segregated segregation yesterday by iber max Kennedy. That's too much

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Boomer: Brooks 2 late TDs, No. 6 Oklahoma beats Texas 55-48

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Boomer: Brooks 2 late TDs, No. 6 Oklahoma beats Texas 55-48

"Kennedy Brooks thirty three yard touchdown run with three seconds left gives number six Oklahoma fifty five forty eight come from behind victory over number twenty one Texas in the Red River showdown the Longhorns let forty one twenty three late the third quarter Brooks rushes for two hundred seventeen yards and two scores while you backup quarterback Caleb Williams replaces Spencer rattler in the second quarter throws for two hundred eleven yards and two touchdowns to Marvin mims who was impressed with the day from Brooks well watching around you never goes down you know first to tackle them may I put my money on it he's gonna break yeah I just special by a special guy Texas quarterback Casey Thompson throws five touchdown passes with two going to save your worthy recorded nine catches for two hundred and sixty one yards I'm Mike Reeves

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A Democrat Civil War Could Help Save This Country

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:17 min | 2 months ago

A Democrat Civil War Could Help Save This Country

"Do you know what i saw. I'm following with great interest the seattle city attorney rates. Are you familiar with that. Oh my the the living martyr. The producer of this show is not familiar. Well my friends let me tell you a little about it in the gigantic pile of papers for this show. A woman is running In in seattle for the city attorney the women are. I will read to you. What this woman has said about police k. This is what this woman. her name is nicole. Thomas kennedy a white woman as it happens an evil human be truly a despicable human being and it says something about the citizens of seattle that she already has a thirty five percent of support not in in polling and i think voting for early voting. But that i'm not. I'm not sure of so. Let's see the race for city attorney in seattle would seem to be completely insignificant this from conservative star dot com in the scheme of national politics however considering the ideology of extremely far left candidate nicole. Thomas kennedy antique as she often uses the race is an experiment in miniature of potential voter trends. The reality is why the endorsement of republican opponent the reality is why. The endorsement of republican opponent by two former democratic government. Governors is so important that amazing to former democrats governors of the state of washington have endorsed the republican candidate. The only thing that can save the country or the best thing. It's not the only. The best thing is a civil war within the democratic party when liberals awakened to the evil that the left is there were. That is the only chance for the best chance. Let's put it this way for hope for this country.

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No. 6 OU leans on Rattler, video review to top K-State 37-31

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

No. 6 OU leans on Rattler, video review to top K-State 37-31

"Spencer rattler threw for two hundred forty three yards and two touchdowns for six ranked Oklahoma in a thirty seven thirty one victory at Kansas state rattler second scoring toss made it twenty seven ten Kennedy Brooks added ninety one yards rushing and a touchdown and Jeremiah hall reach the end zone twice to help the Sooners get the five NO Oklahoma benefited from a pair of replay reversals one on an onside kick and the other on an illegal touch of the football on a kick Skyler Johnson returned from a knee injury to throw for three hundred twenty yards and three touchdowns for the Wildcats on the ferry

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YouTube Bans Robert F. Kennedy Jr. For Anti-Vaccine Content

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | 2 months ago

YouTube Bans Robert F. Kennedy Jr. For Anti-Vaccine Content

"It's wild to look around and see what's happening in the world. See that we're firing people who don't want to get the vaccine. But of course we're letting thousands of illegals into america were seen youtube ban. Anybody who posts videos the dare question. The efficacy of the vaccine in fact robert f kennedy junior. Who's a prominent anti vaccine. He has an organization called the children's health defence fund. He has always been an outspoken opponent of vaccines and the covert vaccine. Evidently is it any different will. Youtube has banned him completely from from their platform their brand banning a number of prominent anti vaxxers from the site including kennedy's they'll delete all content that suggests approved vaccines are harmful or don't work youtube announced yesterday. They sent out a blog post. So they're cracking down on content that falsely claims vaccines can cause chronic health effects. It's also targeting content that includes mission formation on the contents of other vaccines. You know we experienced this here. At team gallagher. Last year we posted a video on youtube of a mother at a school board meeting and atlanta. Who was railing against making her kid. Get a vaccine. It was on the news. We we just played a fox news clip. And that's all it was. They took us down and accused the mike gallagher show of disseminating vaccine misinformation.

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Gregorius' HR rallies Phillies, cuts Braves' NL East lead

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Gregorius' HR rallies Phillies, cuts Braves' NL East lead

"He could always hold a three run home run in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the Phillies a six win over the pirates it's ridiculous six five plate in the top of the and in order to run pension home run by Wilmer Difo was his thirteenth for the Phils starting pitcher Kyle Gibson and first baseman Rappler plus RBI double by Bryce Harper to pick up the win their fourth in a row nearest being Kennedy got to say Michael along

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"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

05:19 min | 2 months ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

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

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"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

04:43 min | 2 months ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

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

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"kennedy" Discussed on Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

06:10 min | 3 months ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

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

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"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

05:36 min | 4 months ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

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

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"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

03:05 min | 4 months ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

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

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"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

03:27 min | 4 months ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

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

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"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

05:59 min | 4 months ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

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

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"kennedy" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

07:48 min | 4 months ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

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

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"kennedy" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

05:39 min | 4 months ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

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

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"kennedy" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

03:17 min | 4 months ago

"kennedy" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

"Welcome back to the takeaways edition of the biggest nation. Podcast tidy thing. Here with former raiders offensive. Tackle lincoln kennedy and also current hosts and author got a book coming out but yes in the huddle the book coming out. Tell us a little bit about the book. Lincoln all gutierrez's and i worked on this project for some time. It's been sort of a baby in the making if you will Been asked many a time to do something about my time. The raiders and just guide kinda shied away from it. Because i wanna share anybody's personal business as you know. Sometimes you look into these boats people expected all and then he was just telling your perspective so we we kind of geared it around and took the personal effect of what it means to be a writer and it's different for every guy we talk every person we talked it has a different meaning it special in its own way and we want to share that with the audience. I really do think we did a good job at telling the stories of what happened on my tenure with the raiders. How i got their time. They're playing for gruden Playing against gruden. I mean all those things like that. So i think we conquer that chats and i'm i'm open a fence feel the same when it comes out. Paul has been very reserved about letting any in the nuggets from the book. Getaway number two talk with him and media rooms but he's very tight lipped online. Any of the nuggets outside. I can't wait to see this book. I'm gonna make sure that. I get a copy. Pick it up I wanted to get into what you know. Best on the field offensive linemen and particularly. You know where. I'm going with this. Alex leatherwood What do you make of. The younger. That they brought in from alabama. I was really excited about the parents. I didn't think we're gonna get Might i actually thought he was gonna go to the chargers. Go ahead i think the twelfth or something like that but i remember cable cable. Alcott's mine coach talking with him a few years back any kind of put other on my radar. He told me about him. His plane in alabama. And i was one of the things that i love about. Alex is that i told him that when i told him this when i had a chance to talk to him. Interview is that. It looks like he enjoys beating people up. And that's that's what you want out of an offense alarm you know. I don't care about anything. I just want to beat people up. I just want to beat you up. I just want to beat everyone. That's wearing the same uniform as you up. i want. i want to do it and have fun doing it. And he was at versatile player who played every position on the awkward correspondence suffer center during his time in alabama and did it at a high level and for him to fall to our place fall to our pick without having a trade or have given anything up. I saw i thought it was honestly was a godsend. Because he's a day one starter in one of the biggest blemishes that this offense his head even success started working for the raiders was at right tackle. They found the you know they found her. Let's appalachian they took everything else. They had where you went ahead. Rob you hudson. Gave jackson everything at all live together but it was right tackle and i thought trent brown was going to answer that that calling but he didn't play enough to actually calling and so now you had to move on but you know what that means said.

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

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:15 min | 11 months ago

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

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

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

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:53 min | 11 months ago

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

"Yeah bad man. I am c. three. Po human sidewalk relations high. Amanda tapping from you one at atlantic and sanctuary. You're listening to sifi talk with tony. Collado enjoy page. Kennedy is a man of many talents actor. Rapper and he starts a new movie with jason. Statham rainn wilson ruby. Rose and cliff. Curtis in the meg mega short for prehistoric shark which is very much alive. Here's our complete conversation. I gotta tell you right off the bat when you get the good line in new trailer people are gonna notice so Who got those lines rain. No way no way like how big thing and then wrong. There was like perfect perfect. That's so funny because Some of our friends like when they see media. I'll say wrong and i'm the i'll get it as one word so i don't get why i'm so many because it's me and so any day i'd say like whatever but i really don't get why that line is so funny though. Yeah no totally it it. It's like when you're in. The trailer remain urine. That's definitely cool. Tell me about your character. Dj so dj is drone pilot. He's a row controls. All of the rovers that they use underwater to observe new and unique aquatic life And facility that they all work in comment oh one yeah And my character is the person who you know. It's all of the visuals. Yod he'll of our is new and amazing creatures. The set for man one look pretty impressive. I mean there's clash and stuff like that. I'm sure this green screen may be but What's that like to work there. I guess when you're you're basically inside a lot wells awesome. I mean especially like i out there. We first saw it just the just the. It's just awesome. You know you walk in there and you see it just feel like you're really in this space. You have your wardrobe sitting there. Like i. You know i felt like so else. I really felt like character. Not so like being out of the country in zeeland in wonderful amazing set And with these interesting close on that. I would typically wear. But i like i just. I just felt like i was really this characters. It was great and the glasses. That's a good look for you. Yeah i like. I actually tried to take those classes with but it didn't happen. Yeah but i forgot the with this kind of cash. I mean you know. There's jason cliff curtis Rainn wilson ruby rose. I mean it's a great cash very diverse too which i totally love and It's I got the feeling. Though that the set there was a lot of fun going on. Maybe because our director john yeah. That's such a huge jokes. They're like he's so funny where he and then you put him with. Rain at rain is the exact same way. you did. Have both of those guys and this is this it just says and then everyone kind of gives everybody you know a hard time in a fun way So it's an enjoyable set. So what's it like dealing with essentially something that's not really there. I guess you have to turn on the imagination definitely because We didn't even get tennis ball. Nothing there and that we were looking at. We're just looking at the area and you can our imagination or what we think this thing looks like you know 'cause no one really knew until later. Yeah so what. Was it like when you finally saw the mac. Well when i when. I finally saw awesome. Because we we we saw are the mockup. Because there's a there's a picture of a model of it and The pitcher on the motto of it is so you that you know you just gotta run and go try to put your face in it and take a picture. I mean it's kinda kinda scared even do that. Just 'cause like even those clearly not real is a scary thing to do Because you just don't want to. You don't wanna clue and kill you. Even though as a star. Yeah yeah exactly exactly. No i mean it it. It does look awesome. I mean i travel i. I appreciated the use of bobby darren's beyond the sea. To kind of fit really did The tone of the movie. I mean i will say this that. When i was growing up i loved the monster movie or the shark movie. I went to see jaws obviously in enjoyed that This is much bigger shark as its prehistoric but And i've actually seen skeletons of these. Things are fossils of these things and they are huge. Which town for this movie is a it seems like yet a threat but you guys maybe having a little fun with it bit. You know i mean like like you mentioned beyond the scenes like that them even have in that song plane in. They're kind of that you know and it's just kind of like a fun not taking itself too serious popcorn type movie. There are some some some real Suspenseful moments and and as some really good action. This movie has fun and rainn. Wilson's character very sarcastic and funny so i think i think this is just like a fun movie that you go to your family and and we don't take ourselves too serious or no. I don't think the audience either. Nothing probably usage of that song. Kinda opens you up to say. Oh yeah man. That's charles exactly exactly but from your character. I kind of get the sense of that. He has like a really dry sense of humor. Yeah you know he just. He'll come out with one word. That will kinda summit all up and and you'll go. Yeah he's right. You know that kind of right right. He does have a dry humor. And he's kind of you know kinda like the straight guy until until later until when Or and they really get and it and then stuff is really going down and then you see how would that hilarious now. Physical role for you. somewhat yeah i had to train. We trained really hard for Like a month before..

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"kennedy" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"kennedy" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"kennedy" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"Welcome to be Oh F- lives. . Today we are talking to Lulu Kennedy, , the Godmother of British fashion who last night celebrated the twentieth year of Fashion East, , the initiative that she started two decades ago, , which is probably had. . As much impact on the course British faction as. . The Great Fashion Colleges <hes>. . It's like a it's what what do they call it fan baseball. . You have the team that produces the you know shapes <hes> young players that can go on into the major leagues. . Have a sort of. . Home team will feel seat or something like that. . Anyway. . Let's. . Kind. Of . thing. . That's what fashion aces so so great to talk you congratulations. . Anki. Yeah. . . Mid Twenty S. . What did that Guy Twenty years you twelve when you started doing? ? It's actually quite it's quite shocking in a way and. . Put off to the last minute kind of even dealing with it. . Because it's just been, , you know one of these tons. . But exhibit. . A reminds me when I turned fifty I, , just Kinda put it to the back of my mind is just. . Beginning. . I think that's where Jiang otherwise you might feel at wellness under pressure I just didn't really want that. . But it seems to me that that that. . You'll ability to deal with. . Pressure and the overwhelming elements of the fashion world. . A, , I've been the things that you've to me of. . Its voice felt like an incredibly stable nurturing. . Supportive. . person in the in the fashion world and and I. . Often thought you haven't really had the do that you should have had been I I feel trumpets should've been blown a lot longer and harder for you monitor it yet I'm. . Okay. . Thank you. . I'm always much happier just lacking around in the shadows in the background, , I'm. . Yeah. . I'm not really I don't I bring front of House I'm putting on the talent the talent the focus is like, , of course it's lovely very kind words people saying I'm writing. . As we turned twenty and I really appreciate it. . But I I'd WanNa <unk> make about me. . The. . Yes pretty incredible. . The, , rest of the world can do that. . In twenty years ago, , tell me about how fashiony started what <unk>? ? What was the original concept on? ? What were you responding to at that time? ? So I just moved back to the from Naples and I was working not gotta remember line and was. . Just. . Chatting to this guy at turns out here insists incredible alantic <unk> Lane Katrina Bryan he's not coming on. . Help. . Me Decide what to do that this incredible space <unk> I was just how cools after one day I wanted to come back lucky I did back on to you. . And that was very typical to make I was kind of not really sure to I wanted to stay. . To be honest I had no fashion background training navin experienced doing <unk> but he got any house was staying in Renton renting his big industrial experts warehouses for fashion <unk> I I'm <unk> seminal. . United line-up. . Them fully gowned tonight. . That was my first door adult. . Yeah. . Mind violent mind was blown and I. . I was living in shortage <unk> gotten all these incredible characters. . <hes>. . Because of the time it was <unk> MT waistline <unk>. . It's incredible creativity because with. . So. . There are laws nine these incredible fashion designers but without any real kind of context. . I just need you. . I need and. . So has the jazz and people who in France. . Could you could you hustle warehouse and that is honestly how it started weakening to my boss knock on his door hang my friends talented. . You'll love. . Could we just borrow warehouse show Katie Grand Styling and he was like he's Already know, , but she's always the punch. . Very Fun. . Honestly, , this is my very naive very on A. . Without a plan kind of just wondering my. . I wanted to be doing, , which was helping my friends, , and that is honesty how it started in sounds like making it up, , but it just started from. . Knock, , on the door. Hey, . , can I borrow house an anti loved it. So . much the fashion we helped lint. . He was lying these kids were amazing and I want to give something back. . This is a big property owner developer. . It's very much as it was when you put. . It. . Just became his pet project. . It was enough to do to give back I. . Guess you just don't really find patrons.

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"kennedy" Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"kennedy" Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"kennedy" Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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