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"kennedy spine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:14 min | 3 weeks ago

"kennedy spine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Introduce to the program. Daisy D'Alessio from Westley Chapel, Florida. Thank you for being with us. Thank you. Hi, Daisy. Why don't you tell us how you came to be in pain? I'm not really sure I broke my foot a little over a year ago. You know, screwing around on a little scooter thing. And then I did that for a couple months, And then I was on a walking boot. So I don't know. I think babies like maybe something tweak assumes that was off the walking boot. Maybe A month later. I was like, Oh, my God. My back really hurts, And it progressively got worse and worse and worse. And wasn't just local light wasn't localized to just the back or did it spread anywhere else on your body that pain? It started in just the lower back, and then it trickle down my butt and my leg and down to my foot. And when that tingling in your numbness went all the way to the foot did did you suffer any sort of weakness? Or wasn't that the type of pain you were in? I'm sorry. Weakness. Yeah, some in and I'm asking, so it's different for everyone. I just want you to elaborate on that feeling. Was it just a feeling of like numbness and tingling that went to your foot? Or did it feel like you were losing power in the foot? Well, the foot wasn't so bad. It was mostly the leg and my back, Okay. Okay, was like and who's eating? Ooh! Okay and Was it better or worse, Walking versus sleeping? It was better walking, actually, okay? Okay? And how long did you deal with this pain before you sat out some sort of surgical option. Um, probably 5 to 6 months. Okay? And I'm assuming you try conservative type treatment first. I try to chiropractor and I went to him for maybe two or three weeks and he actually told me not to come back because he felt like he was hurting me more. Wow. Um And so what did you do at that point Because that that's typically the step they tell you to take to see if they can remedy pain. No chiropractic did not help me. Okay. And what did you do at that time? Because I'm assuming you said it was kind of debilitating. Very terrible pain on a scale of 1 to 10. Where do you say your pain wass at that time? I would say 89 10. Okay. And what did you do when you were no longer going to that chiropractor? I was taking off Advil, Tylenol. Okay. All right. And how did you begin? Your search to find a doctor was banality kind of your first choice, Or did you end up going anywhere else? There were a couple other options that we were looking at and actually been naughty with our first Interview that we were going to you know, Tio, OK, talkto the Yeah. Yeah, So okay, you know, we talked to them and you know, I was like, Yeah, we're going to go with them Well, You made a very good choice because Dr Bennett is the reason that there's anything in the marketplace called minimally invasive spine surgery. Those hit though Dr Bennett he's not the spine procedures are vastly different from everything else in the marketplace. So you know good for you that he was the first call and that you ended up going to him now. What was that experience like when you actually stepped into the Kennedy Spine Institute. It was great the greeter at the door. He was fantastic. All the all the nurses were great. It was a really good experience. I mean, it was like a five hour day but well, but Is that because they got everything done for you. They got your scans. They did blood work. Everything like that? Yep. Yep. Okay, Because it wasn't You already had your memory. Okay. We like to call it a one stop shop because it is a comprehensive spine center. Where we have everything from imaging, Tio blood work. You have the clinic right there. And the O. R. So what did you find out? Was wrong with you? I had two herniated discs. Okay. And that was in your lower back. I'm assuming in your lumbar area, right? Right, Right. Okay. And what was that impersonate valuation, like? Did you feel like the doctor knew where your pain was stemming from? Oh, definitely. He was great. Okay. And did they mention to you Something called conscious I V sedation. So when you're in the operating room, they put you under briefly as they set the tools that they're going to use. But then they bring you up and you're interactive during the procedure. Okay. And did that make you feel more confident, knowing that you wouldn't be under general anesthesia? Um, it didn't at first, but okay. Was there It was. Yeah, it was comfortable, OK, because we always like to say, But not he doesn't keep you in the dark. And what we mean by that is we don't use general anesthesia, so I'm sure you've heard on both radio television and in print media where people have gone in for something like just sedation, Dentistry. And they never made it out alive. So that is a benefit of the banality Spine Institute that they keep you conscious and communicative during the procedures Now, just for Brevity is sake. Let's place you in the O R. You're having the operation and they allow you tow watch so Did you watch your surgery? You know, I didn't okay and you're also allowed to have a loved one in with you and to come anxieties and spend time to see what it's all about. Did you do that either? No, I didn't. But only because of Kobe. OK, Got it now. What was it like when they asked you to try to recreate your pain? Because you do feel it. It should not be excruciating. But they do press on the nerve when they believe they found the root cause of the pain. What was that experience like when you were able to let them know if they were in the correct area? Um, well, I was able to say out and then you know, they asked me back or leg, I would tell him Sugar leg. Okay. And did you think the experience would be like that? No, I didn't. I did not. And were you happy that it Wass? Yes. Yeah, Very Okay. Now, I was just going to say it was just made it comfortable. Okay. Now, when did you notice the relief of the pain that brought you in? Because obviously you're going tohave. The incision site will be sore because it is surgery. But that agonizing pain that brought you in. When did you feel it? Lift? Oh, my goodness. As soon as I gotta pluck a soon as he got up to walk, all right, And what were those first few steps like for you? Um, a little wobbly. Okay, but but much, much more comfortable, much more comfortable playing, Okay? Yes. Letting in the bed in recovery was just Like I couldn't land it. Four. Yeah, it just hurts so much. So right there, I felt it So is a more comfortable experience, just being able to lay down and after your second procedure. Well, let's put it this way after your first procedure. What did you notice a difference, Then you notice you could walk and it felt better to lay down. That's what you just said. After the second procedure. What happened? That was more of the tingling and the foot that was relieved. OK, and after that second procedure, How is your pain level? Oh, my gosh. I really didn't have any pain You didn't have Surgery site. Exactly. And if you saw somebody that was suffering like you, how would you feel about letting them know that there is an option with the banality spine procedures to get them out of pain. I would definitely let them know. I actually did I let one of my friends now. Alright, perfect. And we always like to see the patients regain their strength and get back in motion. So when you're on Facebook, and you're doing these fun activities, please share pictures with us. We always like to see the patients living their best lives..

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"kennedy spine" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy spine" Discussed on Female Criminals

"To fight off infections, the numerous surgeries combined with his Addison's disease nearly killed Kennedy early in his first term in the Senate in nineteen fifty four Kennedy went in for a complicated, spinal surgery doctors had told Kennedy that if he didn't have the surgery he would very likely be confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. But Joe Kennedy and the rest of John's family worried, rightfully so that his Addison's disease would complicate the procedure. Kennedy opted to have the operation. He went under the knife. In the fall of nineteen fifty four doctors worked on Kennedy spine for hours the procedure seemed to go off without a hitch. But after the doctors had completed their work on Kennedy spine and moved him to a recovery. Ward. Kennedy didn't wake up the human body. Is prone to all kinds of infections during a surgical procedure. Doctors realized that Kennedy had contracted a urinary tract infection. His body weakened by Addison's disease was not fighting the infection. Kennedy slipped into a coma. And the preceding doctor declared that it would be a miracle. If he recovered without having serious brain damage, if he recovered at all word got out that the Senator wasn't expected to make it through the night. National news carried on Kennedy death. Watch a priest was even some into the hospital to perform last rites the rituals intended to prepare dying person soul for the afterlife. And then suddenly he woke up he recovered miraculously. But he was hospitalized at least nine more times over the next two years and was often missing from Senate proceedings despite the absences Kennedy one. One his reelection bid for Senator in nineteen fifty eight and with that win. He started preparing his bid for the nineteen sixty democratic nomination for president in November of nineteen sixty John F Kennedy defeated Richard Nixon and at forty three years of age became the youngest person ever elected to the office of the president for all intents and purposes Kennedy's election was his destiny despite the health problems that had held him back most of his life. He had fulfilled. His father's mandate and became the first. Kennedy in the White House nineteen sixty found the United States in a phase of unrest. The Cold War was ever present. In the threat of nuclear weapons was growing American soldiers were dying in the fields of Vietnamese civil rights was creating a clash between progressives. And segregationists, John Kennedy seemed like the man to guide America through these trip. Times. But fate had other tragic plans for the maverick president. Up next. We'll look at the difficulties of Kennedy's early years in the White House as well as Lee oswald's failed attempt to leave the United States forever. Now back to the story. In nineteen fifty nine while Kennedy was gearing up for his presidential run Lee Harvey Oswald was on route to the Soviet Union. It's difficult to fully state. Just how does our it would have been at this point in history for a trained marine to openly travel to the Soviet Union in nineteen fifty nine the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union was in the midst of what historians would later call the esscalation phase after Soviet leader Joseph Stalin died in nineteen fifty three some had hoped that relationships between the east and the west would improve however Stalin's successor Nikita Khrushchev proved to be even more dangerous by the late nineteen fifties. Khrushchev was openly threatening the United States and the other allied powers with complete nuclear annihilation..

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"kennedy spine" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy spine" Discussed on Serial Killers

"To fight off infections, the numerous surgeries combined with his Addison's disease nearly killed Kennedy early in his first term in the Senate in nineteen fifty four Kennedy went in for a complicated, spinal surgery doctors had told Kennedy that if he didn't have the surgery he would very likely be confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. But Joe Kennedy and the rest of John's family worried, rightfully so that his Addison's disease would complicate the procedure. Kennedy opted to have the operation. He went under the knife. In the fall of nineteen fifty four doctors worked on Kennedy spine for hours the procedure seemed to go off without a hitch. But after the doctors had completed their work on Kennedy spine and moved him to a recovery. Ward. Kennedy didn't wake up the human body. Is prone to all kinds of infections during a surgical procedure. Doctors realized that Kennedy had contracted a urinary tract infection. His body weakened by Addison's disease was not fighting the infection. Kennedy slipped into a coma and the presiding doctor declared that it would be a miracle. If he recovered without having serious brain damage, if he recovered at all word got out that the Senator wasn't expected to make it through the night. National news carried on Kennedy death. Watch a priest was even some into the hospital to perform last rites the rituals intended to prepare a dying person soul for the afterlife. And then suddenly he woke up he recovered miraculously. But he was hospitalized at least nine more times over the next two years and was often missing from Senate proceedings despite the absences Kennedy was. One his reelection bid for Senator in nineteen fifty eight and with that win. He started preparing his bid for the nineteen sixty democratic nomination for president in November of nineteen sixty John F Kennedy defeated Richard Nixon and at forty three years of age became the youngest person ever elected to the office of the president for all intents and purposes Kennedy's election was his destiny despite the health problems that had held him back most of his life. He had fulfilled. His father's mandate and became the first. Kennedy in the White House nineteen sixty found the United States in a phase of unrest. The Cold War was ever present. In the threat of nuclear weapons was growing American soldiers were dying in the fields of Vietnam. Civil rights was creating a clash between progressives. And segregationists, John Kennedy seemed like the man to guide America through these trip. Bulent times. But fate had other tragic plans for the maverick president. Up next. We'll look at the difficulties of Kennedy's early years in the White House as well as Lee oswald's failed attempt to leave the United States forever. Now back to the story. In nineteen fifty nine while Kennedy was gearing up for his presidential run Lee Harvey Oswald was on route to the Soviet Union. It's difficult to fully state just how bizarre it would have been at this point in history for a trained marine to openly travel to the Soviet Union in nineteen fifty nine the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union was in the midst of what historians would later call the escalation phase after Soviet leader Joseph Stalin died in one thousand nine hundred fifty three some had hoped that relationships between the east and the west would improve however Stalin's successor Nikita Khrushchev proved to be even more dangerous by the late nineteen fifties. Khrushchev was openly threatening the United States and the other allied powers with complete nuclear annihilation..

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"kennedy spine" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy spine" Discussed on Historical Figures

"To fight off infections, the numerous surgeries combined with his Addison's disease nearly killed Kennedy early in his first term in the Senate in nineteen fifty four Kennedy went in for a complicated, spinal surgery doctors had told Kennedy that if he didn't have the surgery he would very likely be confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. But Joe Kennedy and the rest of John's family worried, rightfully so that his Addison's disease would complicate the procedure. Kennedy opted to have the operation. He went under the knife. In the fall of nineteen fifty four doctors worked on Kennedy spine for hours the procedure seemed to go off without a hitch. But after the doctors had completed their work on Kennedy spine and moved him to a recovery. Ward. Kennedy didn't wake up the human body. Is prone to all kinds of infections during a surgical procedure. Doctors realized that Kennedy had contracted a urinary tract infection. His body weakened by Addison's disease was not fighting the infection. Kennedy slipped into a coma. And the preceding doctor declared that it would be a miracle. If he recovered without having serious brain damage, if he recovered at all word got out that the Senator wasn't expected to make it through the night. National news carried on Kennedy death. Watch a priest was even some into the hospital to perform last rites the rituals intended to prepare dying person soul for the afterlife. And then suddenly he woke up he recovered miraculously. But he was hospitalized at least nine more times over the next two years and was often missing from Senate proceedings despite the absences Kennedy was. One his reelection bid for Senator in nineteen fifty eight and with that win. He started preparing his bid for the nineteen sixty democratic nomination for president in November of nineteen sixty John F Kennedy defeated Richard Nixon and at forty three years of age became the youngest person ever elected to the office of the president for all intents and purposes Kennedy's election was his destiny despite the health problems that had held him back most of his life. He had fulfilled. His father's mandate and became the first. Kennedy in the White House nineteen sixty found the United States in a phase of unrest. The Cold War was ever present. In the threat of nuclear weapons was growing American soldiers were dying in the fields of Vietnam. Civil rights was creating a clash between progressives. And segregationists, John Kennedy seemed like the man to guide America through these trip. Bulent times. But fate had other tragic plans for the maverick president. Up next. We'll look at the difficulties of Kennedy's early years in the White House as well as Lee oswald's failed attempt to leave the United States forever. Now back to the story. In nineteen fifty nine while Kennedy was gearing up for his presidential run Lee Harvey Oswald was on route to the Soviet Union. It's difficult to fully state. Just how does our it would have been at this point in history for a trained marine to openly travel to the Soviet Union in nineteen fifty nine the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union was in the midst of what historians would later call the esscalation phase after Soviet leader Joseph Stalin died in nineteen fifty three some had hoped that relationships between the east and the west would improve however Stalin's successor Nikita Khrushchev proved to be even more dangerous by the late nineteen fifties. Khrushchev was openly threatening the United States and the other allied powers with complete nuclear annihilation..

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"kennedy spine" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy spine" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"To fight off infections, the numerous surgeries combined with his Addison's disease nearly killed Kennedy early in his first term in the Senate in nineteen fifty four Kennedy went in for a complicated, spinal surgery doctors had told Kennedy that if he didn't have the surgery he would very likely be confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. But Joe Kennedy and the rest of John's family worried, rightfully so that his Addison's disease would complicate the procedure. Kennedy opted to have the operation. He went under the knife. In the fall of nineteen fifty four doctors worked on Kennedy spine for hours the procedure seemed to go off without a hitch. But after the doctors had completed their work on Kennedy spine and moved him to a recovery. Ward. Kennedy didn't wake up the human body. Is prone to all kinds of infections during a surgical procedure. Doctors realized that Kennedy had contracted a urinary tract infection. His body weakened by Addison's disease was not fighting the infection. Kennedy slipped into a coma and the presiding doctor declared that it would be a miracle. If he recovered without having serious brain damage, if he recovered at all word got out that the Senator wasn't expected to make it through the night. National news carried on Kennedy death. Watch a priest was even some into the hospital to perform last rites the rituals intended to prepare dying person soul for the afterlife. And then suddenly he woke up he recovered miraculously. But he was hospitalized at least nine more times over the next two years and was often missing from Senate proceedings despite the absences Kennedy was. One his reelection bid for Senator in nineteen fifty eight and with that win. He started preparing his bid for the nineteen sixty democratic nomination for president in November of nineteen sixty John F Kennedy defeated Richard Nixon at forty three years of age became the youngest person ever elected to the office of the president for all intents and purposes Kennedy's election was his destiny despite the health problems that had held him back most of his life. He had fulfilled. His father's mandate and became the first. Kennedy in the White House nineteen sixty found the United States in a phase of unrest. The Cold War was ever present. In the threat of nuclear weapons was growing American soldiers were dying in the fields of Vietnam. Civil rights was creating a clash between progressives. And segregationists, John Kennedy seemed like the man to guide America through these trip. Bulent times. But fate had other tragic plans for the maverick president. Up next. We'll look at the difficulties of Kennedy's early years in the White House as well as Lee oswald's failed attempt to leave the United States forever. Now back to the story. In nineteen fifty nine while Kennedy was gearing up for his presidential run Lee Harvey Oswald was on route to the Soviet Union. It's difficult to fully state. Just how does our it would have been at this point in history for a trained marine to openly travel to the Soviet Union in nineteen fifty nine the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union was in the midst of what historians would later call the esscalation phase after Soviet leader Joseph Stalin died in nineteen fifty three some had hoped that relationships between the east and the west would improve however Stalin's successor Nikita Khrushchev proved to be even more dangerous by the late nineteen fifties. Khrushchev was openly threatening the United States and the other allied powers with complete nuclear annihilation..

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"kennedy spine" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy spine" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

"To fight off infections numerous surgeries combined with his Addison's disease. Nearly killed Kennedy early in his first term in the Senate in nineteen fifty four Kennedy went in for a complicated, spinal surgery doctors had told Kennedy that if he didn't have the surgery he would very likely be confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. But Joe Kennedy and the rest of John's family worried, rightfully so that his Addison's disease would complicate the procedure. Kennedy opted to have the operation. He went under the knife. In the fall of nineteen fifty four doctors worked on Kennedy spine for hours the procedure seemed to go off without a hitch. But after the doctors had completed their work on Kennedy spine and moved him to a recovery. Ward. Kennedy didn't wake up the human body. Is prone to all kinds of infections during a surgical procedure. Doctors realized that Kennedy had contracted a urinary tract infection. His body weakened by Addison's disease was not fighting the infection. Kennedy slipped into a coma. And the preceding doctor declared that it would be a miracle. If he recovered without having serious brain damage, if he recovered at all word got out that the Senator wasn't expected to make it through the night. National news carried on Kennedy death. Watch a priest was even some into the hospital to perform last rites the rituals intended to prepare dying person soul for the afterlife. And then suddenly he woke up he recovered miraculously. But he was hospitalized at least nine more times over the next two years and was often missing from Senate proceedings despite the absences Kennedy was. One his reelection bid for Senator in nineteen fifty eight and with that win. He started preparing his bid for the nineteen sixty democratic nomination for president in November of nineteen sixty John F Kennedy defeated Richard Nixon and at forty three years of age became the youngest person ever elected to the office of the president for all intents and purposes Kennedy's election was his destiny despite the health problems that had held him back most of his life. He had fulfilled. His father's mandate and became the first. Kennedy in the White House nineteen sixty found the United States in a phase of unrest. The Cold War was ever present. In the threat of nuclear weapons was growing American soldiers were dying in the fields of Vietnam. Civil rights was creating a clash between progressives. And segregationists, John Kennedy seemed like the man to guide America through these trip. Bulent times. But fate had other tragic plans for the maverick president. Up next. We'll look at the difficulties of Kennedy's early years in the White House as well as Lee oswald's failed attempt to leave the United States forever. Now back to the story. In nineteen fifty nine while Kennedy was gearing up for his presidential run Lee Harvey Oswald was on route to the Soviet Union. It's difficult to fully state. Just how does our it would have been at this point in history for a trained marine to openly travel to the Soviet Union in nineteen fifty nine the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union was in the midst of what historians would later call the esscalation phase after Soviet leader Joseph Stalin died in nineteen fifty three some had hoped that relationships between the east and the west would improve however Stalin's successor Nikita Khrushchev proved to be even more dangerous by the late nineteen fifties. Khrushchev was openly threatening the United States and the other allied powers with complete nuclear annihilation..

John F Kennedy Kennedy spine urinary tract infection Addison United States Soviet Union Senate Senator White House president Lee Harvey Oswald Nikita Khrushchev Joseph Stalin Ward coma Vietnam
"kennedy spine" Discussed on Cults

Cults

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy spine" Discussed on Cults

"To fight off infections numerous surgeries combined with his Addison's disease. Nearly killed Kennedy early in his first term in the Senate in nineteen fifty four Kennedy went in for a complicated, spinal surgery doctors had told Kennedy that if he didn't have the surgery he would very likely be confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. But Joe Kennedy and the rest of John's family worried, rightfully so that his Addison's disease would complicate the procedure. Kennedy opted to have the operation. He went under the knife. In the fall of nineteen fifty four doctors worked on Kennedy spine for hours the procedure seemed to go off without a hitch. But after the doctors had completed their work on Kennedy spine and moved him to a recovery. Ward. Kennedy didn't wake up the human body. He is prone to all kinds of infections during a surgical procedure. Doctors realized that Kennedy had contracted a urinary tract infection. His body weakened by Addison's disease was not fighting the infection. Kennedy slipped into a coma and the presiding doctor declared that it would be a miracle. If he recovered without having serious brain damage, if he recovered at all word got out that the Senator wasn't expected to make it through the night. National news carried on Kennedy death. Watch a priest was even some into the hospital to perform last rites the rituals intended to prepare dying person soul for the afterlife. And then suddenly he woke up he recovered miraculously. But he was hospitalized at least nine more times over the next two years and was often missing from Senate proceedings despite the absences Kennedy. One his reelection bid for Senator in nineteen fifty eight and with that win. He started preparing his bid for the nineteen sixty democratic nomination for president in November of nineteen sixty John F Kennedy defeated Richard Nixon and at forty three years of age became the youngest person ever elected to the office of the president for all intents and purposes Kennedy's election was his destiny despite the health problems that had held him back most of his life. He had fulfilled. His father's mandate and became the first. Kennedy in the White House nineteen sixty found the United States in a phase of unrest. The Cold War was ever present. In the threat of nuclear weapons was growing American soldiers were dying in the fields of Vietnam. Civil rights was creating a clash between progressives. And segregationists, John Kennedy seemed like the man to guide America through these trip. Times. But fate had other tragic plans for the maverick president. Up next. We'll look at the difficulties of Kennedy's early years in the White House as well as Lee oswald's failed attempt to leave the United States forever. Now back to the story. In nineteen fifty nine while Kennedy was gearing up for his presidential run Lee Harvey Oswald was on route to the Soviet Union. It's difficult to fully state just how bizarre it would have been at this point in history for a trained marine to openly travel to the Soviet Union in nineteen fifty nine the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union was in the midst of what historians would later call the esscalation phase after Soviet leader Joseph Stalin died in nineteen fifty three some had hoped that relationships between the east and the west would improve however Stalin's successor Nikita Khrushchev proved to be even more dangerous by the late nineteen fifties. Khrushchev was openly threatening the United States and the other allied powers with complete nuclear annihilation..

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"kennedy spine" Discussed on Assassinations

Assassinations

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy spine" Discussed on Assassinations

"To fight off infections, the numerous surgeries combined with his Addison's disease nearly killed Kennedy early in his first term in the Senate in nineteen fifty four Kennedy went in for a complicated, spinal surgery doctors had told Kennedy that if he didn't have the surgery he would very likely be confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. But Joe Kennedy and the rest of John's family worried, rightfully so that his Addison's disease would complicate the procedure. Kennedy opted to have the operation. He went under the knife. In the fall of nineteen fifty four doctors worked on Kennedy spine for hours the procedure seemed to go off without a hitch. But after the doctors had completed their work on Kennedy spine and moved him to a recovery. Ward. Kennedy didn't wake up the human body. Is prone to all kinds of infections during a surgical procedure. Doctors realized that Kennedy had contracted a urinary tract infection. His body weakened by Addison's disease was not fighting the infection. Kennedy slipped into a coma. And the preceding doctor declared that it would be a miracle. If he recovered without having serious brain damage, if he recovered at all word got out that the Senator wasn't expected to make it through the night. National news carried on Kennedy death. Watch a priest was even some into the hospital to perform last rites the rituals intended to prepare a dying person soul for the afterlife. And then suddenly he woke up he recovered miraculously. But he was hospitalized at least nine more times over the next two years and was often missing from Senate proceedings despite the absences Kennedy wa. On his reelection bid for Senator in nineteen fifty eight and with that win. He started preparing his bid for the nineteen sixty democratic nomination for president in November of nineteen sixty John F Kennedy defeated Richard Nixon and at forty three years of age became the youngest person ever elected to the office of the president for all intents and purposes Kennedy's election was his destiny despite the health problems that had held him back most of his life. He had fulfilled. His father's mandate and became the first. Kennedy in the White House nineteen sixty found the United States in a phase of unrest. The Cold War was ever present. In the threat of nuclear weapons was growing American soldiers were dying in the fields of Vietnam. Civil rights was creating a clash between progressives. And segregationists, John Kennedy seemed like the man to guide America through these trip. Times. But fate had other tragic plans for the maverick president. Up next. We'll look at the difficulties of Kennedy's early years in the White House as well as Leah's Wald's failed attempt to leave the United States forever. Now back to the story. In nineteen fifty nine while Kennedy was gearing up for his presidential run Lee Harvey Oswald was on route to the Soviet Union. It's difficult to fully state. Just how does our it would have been at this point in history for a trained marine to openly travel to the Soviet Union in nineteen fifty nine the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union was in the midst of what historians would later call the esscalation phase after Soviet leader Joseph Stalin died in nineteen fifty three some had hoped that relationships between the east and the west would improve however Stalin's successor Nikita Khrushchev proved to be even more dangerous by the late nineteen fifties. Khrushchev was openly threatening the United States and the other allied powers with complete nuclear annihilation..

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"kennedy spine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

12:39 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy spine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"We now return to Mark Stein here on the Rush Limbaugh program. America's anchorman is away. But you know land even be a problem. If you go to Rush Limbaugh dot com and become a rush twenty four seven subscriber. It's super easy to do. And the great thing about it is you won't even know about guest host you want the concept will be unrecognizable to you soon. It'll take a while. But six months a year three years goes by and you remember they used to come a time when you switch on the radio, and there would be a sinister foreign guest host to discombobulated you instead you can get rush round the clock twenty four hours a day seven days a week three hundred sixty five days a year. You can listen to the show at any hour of the day or night. You want to you can watch the show you can watch rush on the DittoCam. You can get transcripts of the show in in text format. You can go back and go through Russia's fantastic archive of shows highlights from an incredible three decade career. I can't get over. I can't get over this as I said radio got going in the nineteen twenties. So basically for a third of the entire history of the medium. Rush has been number one s like incredible. And. That. Rush was away because he was at his Senate confirmation hearing for the supreme court. I would love it. If if rush was put on the supreme God because there's a said, you don't have to be a judge. You don't have to be in the judging business to be put on the supreme court. But if you look at Russia's been in the game for thirty years, that's where we'll be celebrating on this show in the last couple of months. So in other words, rush started about the same time that Anthony Kennedy was put on the supreme court. And if you look at what happened to Anthony Kennedy spine over the last three decades compared to Russia's spine these last three decades, it's difficult to know who you would rather have had on the supreme court rashes philosophy has remained consistent this last third of a century. Whereas Anthony Kennedy's typical of far too. Many so-called jurists appointed by Republicans in the it's all sort of got a bit wobbly. And you think you he's not as bad as? As David suitor in that sense where the guy is appointed to the supreme court unease were short. He's a rock ribbed conservative. Assize sides of him. The conservative base was not expecting all start to emerge. And and I find that I'm struck by that that Russia's worldview has been entirely consistent this last thirty years and then on the other hand, there's Anthony Kennedy's neither. Now, it's difficult to think who would have nominated that the supreme court back in the late eighties. Anyway. Anyway, that's. Twenty four seven. Just go to Rush Limbaugh dot com. And take on the rush twenty four seven button. And if you got a year subscription, you get an extra four weeks for free. So it's that's that's how generous it is. And you can also download the rush app today. Find that's right at the top of the page. I think it's above the logo there. There's the Rush Limbaugh dot com. But just above that. There's a message from rush saying this side is even better if you download the app, which is true, you can get that at the apple store will Google play or whatever. So go to rush twenty four seven. I'm as I mentioned earlier, this this Ryan Gosling film. I man which is supposed to be a Neil Armstrong film in which Ryan Gosling place. I man and it's become controversial because they don't show. The American flag on the surface of the moon, which is one of the great iconic moments of the moon landing. If you were a kid half a century ago, you will that will be one of the moments that is said into your memory. It was a space race. That's the point of it the bipolar world in. Half a century ago. There were there was the free world. And there was the unfree while, but the unfree world was initially rather good at the so called space race and the Soviet guys with Sputnik ad made all the running in the late fifties, and the sixties, and and it was thought at that point that the Soviets would be the first guys on the moon, and they would planted the hammer and sickle on the surface of the moon. And if they had planted the Soviet flag on the moon, you can bet your bottom dollar that. No Hollywood film director making a film about that. Would've left out the Soviet hammer and sickle in a movie about the Soviets being Yeary Garin. The internal combustion engine was the means by which man conquered distance. So that it didn't take all day to take your horse and buggy to the next town and pick up some feed whatever you could go there and back in twenty minutes. The telephone these all nineteenth century inventions nineteenth century inventions. Then you manned flight and whatever. And it's been leaving aside. The oldest stuff that rush likes year, iphones and all the rest of it. We've been quite takes actually longer now to fly from say New York to London actually takes longer than it did fifty years ago because you got to get to the airport. Two two and a half hours beforehand to shuffle shoeless through the TSA and everything. In other words, things seem to slow down in that really trend in that truly iconic inventiveness that peach with ma'am landing on the moon. For century ago. And because it was a space race the fact that one country one that space race is not unimportant. I think I mentioned in one of my books that the f- they took a cassette player up with them. And they played Frank Sinatra and the count Basie band. Singing fly me to the moon. Neil, Armstrong and Aldrin took it to set cassette machine. They play they play Frank Sinatra Sigi flyby to the boo which is such an American if that is such an American fig if it had been the Soviets, they'd played tchaykovsky the eighteen twelve overture the Germans they'd played Beethoven's Ode to joy. So the Americanism of the event is actually baked into the event. And so what's odd about this is that when this director decide Damian Chazelle decides he's not gonna show the American flag? That's not just the sort of casual oversight. That's actually come decision on his part. And that's what's. So that is what is so weird to me about it. And Ryan Gosling has said. Well, it was a great thing for humankind. It was a story for all humanity. It was a human achievement. And he said that he didn't think Neil Armstrong thought of himself that way and I want to read as an American winning the space race for America. And I want to read an Email. I common actually there was left at my website by a fellow called Raymond Swenson, and Raymond is a retired. Lieutenant Colonel from the United States Air Force. Swenson? Right. And I think that actually puts it up. I think that's the perfect answer to Ryan Gosling line that Armstrong did not think of himself as an American, but he damn sure thought of himself. Ryan Ryan doesn't say Armstrong did not think of himself as an American aero and Raymond Swenson said, no. But he damn sure thought of himself as an American taking that moment out is not an accident. It's a choice, and we should consider what these guys are telling us when they make these choices because these are the versions of the story. For generations people when you mentioned a Lincoln to people they thought it was Raymond Massey. Because he'd been in the big hit movie in the nineteen forties movies on forever. And we should think carefully about what Hollywood is doing when they actually denude a story of it's vital elements Mark Stein for rush modicum. You're listening to the.

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"kennedy spine" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy spine" Discussed on KNSS

"The show in in text format. You can go back and go through Russia's fantastic archive of shows. Highlights from an incredible three decade career. I can't get over. I can't get over this that as I said radio go gang in the nineteen twenties. So basically for a third of the entire history of the medium. Rush has been number one s I can credible and. You know, because you know, how it works with these things you start off in a very small, and then you get into the big time for a bit. And then you fade. That's I goes for a lot of things to to just be number one for third of the entire history of the medium is spectacular. And I joked to let me explore this because I joked at the top of the show. That. Rush was away because he was at his Senate confirmation hearing for the supreme court. I would love it. If if rush was put on the supreme court because there's a said, you don't have to be a judge. You don't have to be in the judging business to be put on the supreme court. But if you look at Russia's been in the game for thirty years, that's where we'll be celebrating on this show in the last couple of months. So in other words, rush started about the same time that Antony Kennedy was put on the supreme court. And if you look at what happened to Antony Kennedy spine over the last three decades compared to Russia's spine these last three decades, it's not difficult to know who you would rather have had on the supreme court. Russia's philosophy has remained consistent this last third of a century. Whereas Anthony Kennedy's typical of far too. Many so-called jurists appointed by Republicans in the it's all sort of got a bit wobbly. And you you think you he's not as bad as. As David suitor in that sense where the guy is appointed to the supreme court, and he's was short. He's a rock ribbed conservative and Asai sides of him that the conservative base was not expecting all start to emerge. And and I find that I'm struck by that that Russia's worldview has been entirely consistent this last thirty is and then on the other hand there's Antony Kennedy's. It's difficult to think. Who I would have nominated with the supreme court back in the late eighties. Anyway. Anyway, that's that's that's just me. I don't wanna I don't wanna dwell on that. But as I said Russia in this thirtieth anniversary season, do a friend a favor and give him a subscription to rush. Twenty four seven. Just go to Rush Limbaugh dot com. And click on the rush twenty four seven button. And if you take out a year subscription, you get an extra four weeks for free. So it's that's that's how generous it is. And you can also download the rush app today. In fact, that's right at the top of the page. I think it's above the logo the Rush Limbaugh dot com. But just above that. There's a message from rush saying this site is even better if you download the app, which is true, you can get that at the apple store will Google play or whatever. So go to rush twenty four seven. I'm as I mentioned earlier, this this Ryan Gosling film. I man which is supposed to be a Neil Armstrong film in which Ryan Gosling plays. I man and it's become controversial because they don't show. The American flag on the surface of the moon, which is one of the great iconic moments of the moon landing. If you were a kid half a century ago, you will that will be one of the moments that is said into your memory. It was a space race. That's the point of it. The the it was a bipolar world in. Half a century ago. There were there was the free world. And there was the unfree while, but the unfree world was initially rather good at the so-called space race and the Soviet guys with Sputnik ad made all the running in the late fifties, and the sixties, and and it was thought at that point that the Soviets would be the first guys on the moon, and they would have planted the hammer and sickle on the surface of the moon. And if they had planted the Soviet flag on the moon, you can bet your bottom dollar, the no Hollywood film director making a film about that. Would have left out the Soviet hammer and sickle in a movie about the Soviets being Yeary Garin. No, whoever it was all those guys the Sputnik guys if they had been first to the moon, but instead JFK set America a challenge and said put a man on the moon by the end of the decade and America did it even though at the time that Kennedy set them that challenge. There was no particular reason to believe they could have pulled that off. And it's actually. There are people who say that was actually the height of human achievement that there are people who say the greatest invention of the nineteenth century was the invention of invention by which they mean that every the that was the age of almost consistent, human, ingenuity. And if you think of all the things that we take for granted. Now, like the electric light bulb. For example, the electric light bulb was the means by which man conquered night. So that he could live a full life without being worried about whether the sun was up yet. Oh, the sun was down the internal combustion engine was the means by which man Tonkin distance. So that it didn't take all day to take your horse and buggy to the next town and pick up some feed whatever you could go there and back in twenty minutes. Two two and a half hours beforehand to shuffle shoeless through the TSA and everything. I in other words things seem to slow down in that really trend in that truly iconic inventiveness that Pete's with man landing on the moon. That is such an American thing if it did the Soviets later played tchaykovsky the eighteen twelve overture have been the Germans to play Beethoven's Ode to joy. So the Americanism of the event is actually baked into the event. And so what's odd about this is that when this director decide Damian Chazelle decides he's not gonna show the American flag? That's not just to sorta casual oversight. That's actually a conscious decision on his part. And that's what's. So that is what is so weird to me about it. And and Ryan Gosling has said, well, it was a great thing for humankind. It was a story for all humanity. If Ryan Gosling gets the blame in the movie, he'll be a left Hanan Connell. Right. And I think that actually puts it up. I think that's the perfect answer to Ryan goslings line that Armstrong did not think of himself as an American that. He damn sure thought of himself. Ryan Ryan Gosling, say Armstrong did not think of himself as an American aero and Raymond Swenson said, no. But he damn sure thought of himself as an American taking that moment out is not an accident. It's a choice, and we should consider what these guys are telling us when they make these choices because these are the versions of the story. Longer than the actual event does and we should think carefully about what Hollywood is doing when they actually denude a story of it's vital elements Mark Stein for rush modicum. You're listening to the network firing back after this invitation news update, two o'clock. I'm pretty.

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"kennedy spine" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

11:38 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy spine" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"You can go back and go through Russia's fantastic archive of shows highlights from an incredible three decade career. I can't get over. I can't get over this that as I said radio going in the nineteen twenties. So basically for a third of the entire history of the medium. Rush has been number one s I can credible and. You know, because you know, how it works with these things you start off you very small, and then you get into the big time for a bit. And then you fade. That's I goes for a lot of things to to just be number one for a third of the entire history of the medium is spectacular. And I joked to explore this because I joked at the top of the show. That. Rush was away because he was at his Senate confirmation hearing for the supreme court. I would love it. In fact, if rush was put on the supreme court said, you don't have to be a judge. You don't have to be in the judging business to be put on the supreme court. But if you look at Russia's been in the game for thirty years, that's where we'll be celebrating on this show in the last couple of months. So in other words, rush started about the same time that Anthony Kennedy was put on the supreme court. And if you look at what happened to Anthony Kennedy spine over the last three decades compared to Russia's spine these last three decades, it's difficult to know who you would rather have had on the supreme court. Russia's philosophy has remained consistent this last third of a century. Whereas Anthony Kennedy's typical of far too many. So-called? Jurists appointed by Republicans in that. It's all sort of got a bit wobbly. And you think you he's not as bad as David suitor in that sense where the guy is appointed to the supreme court, and he's was short. He's a rock ribbed conservative. Asai sides of him that the conservative base was not expecting all start to emerge. And and I find that I'm struck by that that Russia's worldview has been entirely consistent this last thirty is and then on the other hand, there's Anthony Kennedy's. Difficult to think who I would have nominated with the supreme court back in the late eighties. Anyway. Anyway, that's. That's just me. I don't wanna I don't wanna dwell on that. But as I said Russia in this thirtieth anniversary season, do a friend a favor and give him a subscription to rush. Twenty four seven. Just go to Rush Limbaugh dot com. And click on the rush twenty four seven button. And if you take a year's subscription, you get an extra four weeks for free. So it's that's that's how generous it is. And you can also download the rush app today. Find that's right at the top of the page. I think it's above the logo there. There's the Rush Limbaugh dot com. But just above that. There's a message from rush saying this side is even better if you download the app, which is true, you can get that at the apple store will Google play or whatever. So go to rush twenty four seven. I'm as I mentioned earlier, this this Ryan Gosling film. I man which is supposed to be Neil Armstrong film in which Ryan Gosling plays fast man, and it's become controversial because they don't show the American flag on the surface of the moon, which is one of the great iconic moments of the moon landing. If you were a kid a half a century ago, you will that will be one of the moments that is said into your memory it. It was a space race. That's the point of it. The the it was a bipolar world in. Half a century ago. There were there was the free world. And there was the unfree while, but the unfree world was initially while the good at the so-called space race and the Soviet guys with Sputnik had made all the running in the late fifties, and the sixties, and and it was thought at that point that the Soviets would be the first guys on the moon, and they would have planted the hammer and sickle on the surface of the moon. And if they had planted the Soviet flag on the moon, you can bet your bottom dollar, the no Hollywood film director making a film about that. Would have left out the Soviet hammer and sickle in a movie about the Soviets being Yeary Garin. No, whoever it was all those guys the Sputnik guys if they had been first to the moon, but instead JFK. Set America a challenge and said put a man on the moon by the end of the decade and America did it even though at the time that Kennedy set them that challenge. There was no particular reason to believe they could have pulled that off. And it's actually. There are people who say that was actually the height of human achievement that there are people who say the greatest invention of the nineteenth century was the invention of invention by which they mean that every the that was the age of almost consistent, human, ingenuity. And if he's thinking of all the things that we take for granted. Now, like the electric light bulb. For example, the electric light bulb was the means by which man conquered night. So that he could live a full life without being worried about whether the sun was up yet or the sun was down. The internal combustion engine was the means by which man conquered distance. So that it didn't take all day to take your horse and buggy to the next town and pick up some feed whatever you could go there and back in twenty minutes. The telephone these all nineteenth century inventions nineteenth century inventions. Then you have manned flight, and whatever. And it's been leading aside. The oldest stuff that rush likes, you know, your iphones and all the rest of it. We've been quiet. I mean, you know, takes actually longer now to fly from say New York to London actually takes longer than it did fifty years ago because you've got to get to the airport. Two two and a half hours beforehand to shuffle shoeless through the TSA and everything. I in other words things seem to slow down in that really trend in in that truly iconic inventiveness that page with man landing on the moon. Century ago. I'm because it was a space race the fact that one country one that space race is not unimportant. I think I mentioned in one of my books that the the they took a cassette player up with them. And they played Frank Sinatra and the count Basie bands. Singing fly me to the moon. Neil, Armstrong and Aldrin took a cassette tape cassette machine. They play they play Frank Sinatra singing flyby to the booth which is such an American that is such a thing if it had been the Soviets later played tchaykovsky, the eighteen twelve overture have been the Germans they played Beethoven's Ode to joy. So the Americanism of the event is actually baked into the event. And so what's odd about this is that when this director decide Damian Chazelle decides he's not gonna show the American flag? That's not just the sort casual oversight that. It's actually a conscious decision on his part. And that's what's. So that is what is so weird to me about it. And and Ryan Gosling has said, well, it was a great thing for humankind. It was the story for all humanity. It was a human achievement. And he said that he didn't think Neil Armstrong Ford of himself that way, and I want to read as an American winning the space race for America. And I wanna read an Email. I comment actually there left at my website by a fellow called, Raymond swinson. And Raymond is a retired Lieutenant Colonel from the United States apples. If Ryan Gosling gets the blame in the movie, he'll be a tenant Connell. But Adiel be transferred to the RCAF. But Ray bedspread cities a retired Lieutenant Colonel in the United States have false. And he and he wrote to me Armstrong, flew seventy eight combat missions over career is a navy pilot and was awarded the medal as a civilian test pilot. He helped develop a bunch of fighter jets at Edwards. Af bay I'm sure that placing the US flag that he had fought under onto the surface of the moon vote strong emotions for Armstrong purposely purposefully omitting that moment is censorship of American patriotism. Ryan Gosling defended the mission because quote Armstrong did not think of himself as an American hero, unquote. But he damn sure thought of himself as an America. That's what Raymond swing. Right. And I think that actually puts it up. I think that's the perfect answer to Ryan Gosling line that Armstrong did not think of himself as an American, but he damn sure thought of himself. Ryan Ryan Gosling, say Armstrong did not think of himself as an American hero and Raymond Swenson said no beneath damn Shaw thought of himself as an American taking that moment out is not an accident. It's a choice, and we should consider what these guys telling us when they make these choices because these are the versions of the story. You know for generations people when you mentioned Abe Lincoln to people. They thought he was Raymond Massey. Because he'd been in the big hit movie in the nineteen forties movies on forever. The generally speaking a hit movie often embeds itself in the popular consciousness. Longer than the actual event does and we should think carefully about what Hollywood is doing when they actually denude a story of it's vital elements, Mark Stein. For rush modicum. You're listening to the IB network..

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"kennedy spine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy spine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Over Tampa Bay. We now return to Mark Stein here on the Rush Limbaugh program. Yes, America's anchorman is away. But you know, that needs to be a problem. If you go to Rush Limbaugh dot com and become a rush twenty four seven subscriber. It's super easy to do. And the great thing about it is you won't even know about guest host. You won't the concept will be unrecognizable to you soon. It'll take a while. But six months a year three years goes by and you remember they used to come a time when you switch on the radio, and there would be a sinister foreign guest host to discombobulated you instead you can get rush round the clock twenty four hours a day seven days a week three hundred and sixty five days a year. You can listen to the show at any hour of the day or night. You want to you can watch the show you can watch rush. On the DittoCam, you can get transcripts of the show in in text format. You can go back and go through Russia's fantastic archive of shows highlights from an incredible three decade career. I can't get over. I can't get over this that as I said radio coming in the nineteen twenties. So basically for a third of the entire history of the medium rush has been number one s incredible. And you know, because you know, how it works with these things you start off in you, very small, and then you get into the big time for a bit. And then you fade. That's I goes for a lot of things to just be number one for a third of the entire history of the medium is spectacular. And I joked to explore this because I joked at the top of the show. That. Rush was away because he was at his Senate confirmation hearing for the supreme court. I would love it. If if rush was put on the supreme court said, you don't have to be a judge. You don't have to be in the judging business to be put on the supreme court. But if you look at Russia's been in the game for thirty years, that's where we'll be celebrating on this show in the last couple of months. So in other words, rush started about the same time that Antony Kennedy was put on the supreme court. And if you look at what happened to Anthony Kennedy spine over the last three decades compared to Russia's spine these last three decades, it's difficult to know who you would rather have had on the supreme court rashes philosophy has remained consistent this last third of a century. Whereas Anthony Kennedy's. Typical of far too many. So-called jurists appointed by Republicans in that. It's all sort of got a bit wobbly. And you think you he's not as bad as David suitor in that sense where the guy is appointed to the supreme court, and he's way was short. He's a rock ribbed conservative and Asai sides of him that the conservative base was not expecting all start to emerge. And and I find that I'm struck by that that Russia's worldview has been entirely consistent this last thirty is and then on the other hand, there's Anthony Kennedy's neither. Now, it's difficult to think who would have nominated with the supreme court back in the late eighties. Anyway. Anyway, that's that's that's just me. I don't wanna I don't wanna dwell on that. But as I said Russia in this study. Anniversary season do a friend a favor and give him a subscription to rush. Twenty.

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"kennedy spine" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy spine" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"So the price of success. Genucell has been very successful for good reasons, but these are quick fix or make up products and every copy catch don't use a lead ingredients like we do show, many ingredients that are tested in human research. They don't want to cut into their profit margins believe, so why do so many people get real results with Genucel. It's all about that research are ingredients have been shown in scientific environments laboratories to actually get to the core of the issue, which is a fluid buildup. WMA L. We now return to Mark Stein here on the Rush Limbaugh program. Watch rush on the DittoCam, you can get transcripts to the show in in text format. You can go back and go through Russia's fantastic archive of shows highlights from an incredible three decade career. I can't get over. I can't get over this. That as I said radio gang in the nineteen twenties. So basically for a third of the entire history of the medium. Rush has been number one s I can credible and. That. Rush was away because he was at his Senate confirmation hearing for the supreme court, and I would love it. If rush was put on the supreme court said, you don't have to be a judge. You don't have to be in the judging business to be put on the supreme court. So in other words, rush started about the same time that Anthony Kennedy was put on the supreme court. And if you look at what happened to Antony Kennedy spine over the last three decades compared to Russia's spine these last three decades, it's difficult to know who you would rather have had on the supreme court. Russia's philosophy has remained consistent this last third of a century. Whereas Anthony Kennedy's typical of far too many so-called. Jurists appointed by Republicans in the it's all sort of got a bit wobbly. And you think you he's not as bad as David suitor in that sense. The guy is appointed to the supreme court and he's short. He's a rock ribbed conservative. Asai sides of him that the conservative base was not expecting all start to emerge. And and I find that I'm struck by that that Russia's worldview has been entirely consistent this last that he is. And then on the other hand,.

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"kennedy spine" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy spine" Discussed on WSB-AM

"You can go back and go through Russia's fantastic archive of shows highlights from an incredible free decade career. I can't get over. I can't get over this that as I said radio going in the nineteen twenties. So basically for a third of the entire history of the medium rush has been number one s like incredible. And you know, because you know, how it works with these things you start off and you're very small, and then you get into the big time for a bit. And then you fade. That's I goes a lot of things to to just be number one for third of the entire history of the median is spectacular. And I joked to explore this because I joked at the top of the show. That. Rush was away because he was at his Senate confirmation hearings for the supreme court. I would love it. If rush was put on the supreme court because as I said, you don't have to be a judge. You don't have to be in the judging business to be put on the supreme court. But if you look at Russia has been in the game for thirty years. That's where we'll be celebrating on this show in the last couple of months. So in other words, rush started about the same time that Anthony Kennedy. We put on the supreme court. And if you look at what happened to Anthony Kennedy spine over the last three decades compared to Russia's spine these last three decades, it's difficult to know who you would rather have had on the supreme court. Russia's philosophy has remained consistent this last third of a century. Whereas Anthony Kennedy's typical of far too. Many so-called jurists appointed by Republicans in the it's all sort of a bit wobbly. And you you think you he's not as bad as David suitor.

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"kennedy spine" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy spine" Discussed on 600 WREC

"You can go back and go through Russia's fantastic archive of shows highlights from an incredible three decade career. I can't get over. I can't get over this that as I said radio coming in the nineteen twenties. So basically for a third of the entire history of the medium. Rush has been number one s incredible. And. You know, because you know, how it works with these things you start off in very small, and then you get into the big time for a bit. And then you fade. That's I goes for a lot of things to just be number one for a third of the entire history of the medium is spectacular. And I joked to explore this because I joked at the top of the show. That. Rush was away because he was at his Senate confirmation hearing for the supreme court. I would love it. If rush was put on the supreme court said, you don't have to be a judge. You don't have to be in the judging business to be put on the supreme court. But if you look at Russia's been in the game for thirty years, that's where we'll be celebrating on this show in the last couple of months. So in other words, rush started about the same time that Antony Kennedy was put on the supreme court. And if you look at what happened to Anthony Kennedy spine over the last three decades compared to Russia's spine these last three decades, it's difficult to know who you would rather have had on the supreme court. Russia's philosophy has remained consistent this last third of a century. Whereas Anthony Kennedy's typical of far too many. So-called? Jurists appointed by Republicans in that. It's all sort of got a bit wobbly. And you think you he's not as bad as David suitor in that sense where the guy is appointed to the supreme court unease way was short. He's a rock ribbed conservative. Asai sides of him that the conservative base was not expecting all start to emerge. And and I find that I'm struck by that that Russia's worldview has been entirely consistent this last thirty is and then on the other hand, there's Anthony Kennedy's neither. Now, it's difficult to think. Who I would have nominated the supreme court back in the late eighties. Anyway. Anyway, that's that's that's just me. I don't want to I don't want to dwell on that. But as I said Russia in this thirtieth anniversary season, do a friend a favor and give him a subscription to rush..

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"kennedy spine" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"kennedy spine" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"You can go back and go through Russia's fantastic archive of shows highlights from an incredible three decade career. I can't get over. I can't get over this that as I said radio coming in the nineteen twenties. So basically for a third of the entire history of the medium rush has been number one s like incredible. And you know, because you know, how it works with these things you start off in very small, and then you get into the big time for a bit. And then you fade. That's I goes for a lot of things to to just be number one for a third of the entire history of the medium is spectacular. And I joked to explore this because I joked at the top of the show. That. Rush was away because he was at his Senate confirmation hearings for the supreme court. I would love it. If if rush was put on the supreme court said, you don't have to be a judge. You don't have to be in the judging business to be put on the supreme court. But if you look at Russia's been in the game for thirty. That's we'll be celebrating on this show in the last couple of months. So in other words, rush started about the same time that Anthony Kennedy was put on the supreme court. And if you look at what happened to Antony Kennedy spine over the last three decades compared to Russia's spine these last three decades, it's difficult to know who you would rather have had on the supreme court. Russia's philosophy has remained consistent this last third of a century. Whereas Anthony Kennedy's typical of far too. Many so-called jurists appointed by Republicans in the it's all sort of got a bit wobbly and. You think you he's not as bad as David suitor in that sense where the guy is appointed to the supreme court unease way was short. He's a rock ribbed conservative Asai sides of him that the conservative base was not expecting all start to emerge. And and I find that I'm struck by that that Russia's worldview has been entirely consistent this last thirty is and then on the other hand, there's Anthony Kennedy's. I dunno. It's difficult to think. Who would have nominated with the supreme court back in the late eighties. Anyway. Anyway, that's that's that's just me. I don't wanna I don't wanna dwell of that. But as I said Russia in this thirtieth anniversary season, do a friend a favor and give.

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