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The Speech Richard Nixon Never Gave
"On july twenty fourth nineteen sixty nine neil armstrong and buzz aldrin became the first humans to walk on the moon during their time walking on the surface which only lasted about two and a half hours. They received a phone call from the president of the united states. Richard nixon for purposes. That will soon become obvious. I'd like to play the entire clip free now. And don't worry it's not very long kneeland is talking to you by telephone from the oval room house and this certainly has to be the most historic telephone. Call ever made from the white house. I just can't tell you how proud we all are what you have done for. Every american this has to be proudest day of our lives and for people all over the world. I am sure that they to join with americans and recognizing what an immense speak. This is because of what you have done. The heavens have become a part of man's world and as you talk to us from the sea of tranquility it inspires us to redouble our efforts to bring peace and tranquility to earth for one priceless moment and the whole history of man. All the people on this earth are truly one one in their pride in what you have done and one in our prayers that you will return safely to earth. The call caused some controversy. People objected to using the moment to put the emphasis on a political leader. Democrats were upset. Because nixon had only been president a few months and most of the apollo program had been developed under the kennedy and johnson administrations nonetheless. The controversy was rather minor and soon forgotten. The speech however wasn't the only speech that was prepared in the lead up to apollo eleven the nixon administration was thinking about what they say in their phone call to the astronauts nixon speechwriter. William safire was contacted by an astronaut and was warned about something that they should be prepared for in a new york times article nineteen eighty-nine where sapphire was a columnist for years. He wrote quote. Frank borman our liaison with the astronauts brought the image making You wanna be thinking of some alternative posture for the president. In the event of mishaps the blank looks at this techno jargon he added like what to do for the widows suddenly we were faced with the dark side of the moon planning death if it came would not come in a terrible blaze of glory. The greatest danger was that the two astronauts on the moon would not be able to return to the module in that event with no rescue possible. The men would have to bid the world farewell and closed down communication preparatory to suicide or starvation.
Johnson & Johnson Vaccines Will Resume in Chicago
"I'm Julie Walker Chicago was one of the cities where the Johnson and Johnson covert nineteen vaccine is once again being administered after restrictions were lifted at Kennedy king college vaccination site on Chicago's south side some were rolling up their sleeves to get the Johnson and Johnson vaccine over the weekend Christopher Bradley told WLS TV it's the easiest and most accessible for him thanks because the people in this neighborhood they're not able to travel to like United center and things like that so it really is a blessing the city run site says the Jane J. shot is available for walk ups in the pace was slow but Bradley was grateful to the old friends and stuff that I haven't seen in the CDC says there are fifteen women between the ages of eighteen and fifty nine who took the Jane J. vaccine and developed rare blood clots both the CDC and the FDA say they remain confident the benefits of the J. and J. vaccine outweigh any risks I'm Julie Walker
Astronauts Aboard SpaceX Endeavour Dock at International Space Station
"The international space station's population has increased to a livin with the jubilant arrival of space six space Space X is third crew capsule in less than a year. The Dragon and Deva spacecraft carrying four astronauts arrived the spy station a day after launching from NASA's Kennedy Space Center, all of the astronauts representing the U. S. Russia, Japan and France. Managed to squeeze into camera view for a king glad congratulatory call from the leaders off their respective space agencies.
The GalSafe Pig and Xenotransplantation
"Welcome to the podcast john. Thank you dr. Fold the. I really appreciate having you on. I had a great conversation with dr wilson last week. And i'm excited to talk to you about a more about how to solve the problem so i started tapping into what alpha gal syndrome was. But could you give us more of a background on. What exactly is this. That you've solved so on. Alpha gal syndrome is a condition where individuals end up with an elevated level of anti gal iggy e immunoglobulin e is significant. Because it's responsible for nfl access nfl lactic reactions and Folks get sent sensitized by the bite of tech It's been well described in the literature that the the lone star tick in the southeastern united states is the the tick responsible. But there are ticks. All over the world that causes the same thing. What are the symptoms. That people can expect in the range. It can be from very simple to very dangerous. But kennedy permanent yes. I have spoken to Patients alpha gal syndrome patients who have had the condition for well over ten years. There's an article that i read from a norwegian journal. Where a kid. At the age of eight reported that he had been a bit by tick And he couldn't eat made for decades and then in his seventies he went to have surgery done and had a severe anticlimactic lactic reaction after a mammalian surgical product was introduced. So yes for some some people. It can the persistence of the alpha. Gal i e can last for a long time and lasts. Dr wilson said any kind of tick challenge will re elevate those levels if they are beginning to decline
SpaceX Launches Four Astronauts to Space Station
"List off God, whatever important crew members on their way to the international space station after a successful pre don lines from the Kennedy Space Center Crew of four includes pilot Megan McArthur. Her husband, Bob Banken, flew aboard the first manned space X flight to the I S s last year Crew Dragon capsule is scheduled to
Get Vaxed, Wear a Mask, and Come Fly With Us.
"Welcome to the arab. They're a podcast about the wide world of aviation and aerospace. I'm dominique abreu ellen. Kennedy there's an old nat king cole. Song did i love. The chorus goes straighten up and fly right and this most certainly applies today to how we all should act but flying is an airline passenger allen. We all know that life is an airline passenger in. The twenty first century can be stressful. Health concerns new regulations. Unruly fellow passengers and flight delays can be nerve racking for any traveler. But remember that the pilots and flight attendants are there to get you to your destination safely and everything they do is for your benefit in fact. Did you know that there are federal regulations. Bat actually prohibit passengers from interfering with crew members. Yeah that's right. Violating these regulations can result in hefty fines and we mean hefty all excellent points dominate after years of decline incidents of unruly passengers unfortunately spiked twenty eighteen. And from twenty twenty. Two twenty one. They've had record numbers largely because passengers failed to listen to flight attendants directions about the new mask policy in january. Twenty twenty one. faa administrator. steve. Dixon signed an order directing zero tolerance policy against unruly airline passengers in the wake of recent troubling incidents. Recently we've seen a disturbing increase in incidents where airline passengers have disrupted flights with threatening or violent behavior. These incidents have stemmed both from passengers refusals to wear masks and from recent violence at the us capitol. This dangerous behavior can distract disrupt and threatened crew members safety functions and as a former airline captain. It's extremely concerning to me. And i know it's equally concerning to the airline cockpit and cabin crews whose primary responsibility is to ensure the safety of all passengers.
SpaceX Rocket Successfully Launches With Astronauts Aboard
"Year mission on Let's stop, never stopping one out and never launches. Once again. We're astronauts now on their way to the international space station aboard a rocket that's been there before. Americans Shane Kimbrough and Megan McArthur are on their way to a six month space station mission, along with astronauts from France and Japan. Falcon rocket carrying a crew to the space station in November. This morning's launch was delayed yesterday because of poor weather offshore from the Kennedy Space Center.
Nasa’s Future Moon Rocket Completes Critical Hot-Fire Test
"Performed a static fire test of the Space X Falcon nine rocket at Kennedy Space Center. The mission to the International Space station is scheduled to launch at six a.m. Eastern time Thursday. NASA also announced that they will use space X is new spacecraft Starship Toe Land astronauts on the moon.
More Than 100 Corporate Leaders Meet to Discuss State Voting Laws
"Voting rights have become a hot button issue including among business leaders this weekend. Dozens of ceos and other senior leaders met on zoom to discuss how they should respond to new voting laws proposed for texas and other states according to people on the call. Wsj's emily glaser has the details. So there are more than one hundred ceos and other senior executives that joined this zoom on saturday afternoon with the express purpose of talking about voting rights and in the beginning there was a lot of background about what the georgia legislation other state legislation and bills include about. Whether or not they were strict voter access and then kenneth chenault the former. Ceo of american express longtime corporate board director as well as kenneth frazier. Ceo of merck really made their pitch to these ceo's and other business executives of what their new statement is going to say how they believe it's non-partisan it's all about ensuring voter access for all and really urged the ceo's to add their names and so As part of the call kennedy channel told the executives that several companies had signalled that they would sign on including pepsi. co pay. Pal t. rowe price and has so across industries a lot of large companies. And you know what we heard from our sources that even during this zoom ceo's of different companies like amc and cyberport core technologies. Were saying i'm in. I'm in
Soyuz Launch Kicks Off Space Station Crew Rotation
"Astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts have arrived safely. But the international space station from member station W. M. F E Brendan Byrne reports the crew launched earlier today from Kazakhstan. The trio, including NASA's Mark Vanda, hi launched on Russia's Soyuz spacecraft, talking after two orbits and three hours in space. The arrival brings the number of residents on the orbiting lab to 10 with three departing next week, including NASA astronaut Kate Rubins. It's Vanda highs, Second space flight and he'll help the station crew with research and science while on board. Another crew of four set to launch to the station later this month, Launching on space sexes Crew Dragon capsule from Kennedy Space Center in Florida
4-year-old Washington DC boy dies after being struck by car
"News this morning. A four year old boy is dead after he was hit by a car in northwest D. C. The child was taken to the hospital at the time was later pronounced dead. Police telling Wtlv this morning. The driver apparently stayed at the scene as authorities investigate the circumstances leading up to the crash. The crash happened around 3 15 yesterday Thursday afternoon on Georgia Avenue near the intersection with Kennedy Street.
Sen. Kennedy on addressing the influx of migrants still overwhelming border facilities
"Influx of migrants. I'm Pam who's Oh Fox News as migrants Flood our southern border Senate Republican John Kennedy says the problem can be solved. Easy peasy, he tells Fox is Sunday morning futures that Border Patrol agents will tell you straight up that President Biden's immigration policies aren't working. They think that vetting people with the border is racist on every other country in the world thinks it's it's prudent. What we're doing now is dangerous. This is it's expensive that puts downward pressure on wages. White House press secretary Jen Psaki was on Fox News Sunday, pushing what she called a different approach. The Trump Administration was turning away kids at the border, sending them back on the treacherous journey or they were ripping kids from the arms of their parents. We're not doing that Sake also said the White House is committed to allowing cameras inside border facilities. Two
Utah Senator Mitt Romney gets Profile in Courage Award for impeachment vote
"Utah Senator Mitt Romney is this year's recipient of the Kennedy Family Profile in Courage Award Michael Kastner reports. Romney was the only Republican senator who voted to convict during Donald Trump's impeachment trial in 2020, JFK's daughter, Caroline Kennedy and grandson Jack's lost. Berg spoke with the Today show this morning. He showed us all that courage and faith and integrity are outdated on that politics can still be a noble profession. Romney study was honored and humbled by the award. Whether I should get a head is not entirely up to you, but whether or not you live by your conscience is entirely up to you. The award was given virtually this year because of the pandemic. I'm Michael
The Lady Bird Johnson recordings and what they tell us
"Thursday may fourteenth. Virginia in mid may is bombed for any troubles. No silent spring here. The green archer fresh bring leaves almost met over the rutted country. Would occasionally you would see a bright. Little chipmunk perched on radio fans it's been a bad week in washington lady. Bird finds herself in the rare uncomfortable position of being the subject of some pretty scathing press. So she's fled. Dc to get out of the spotlight and come to hunt. Land and estate in middleburg virginia about an hour outside of washington. Lbj and lady. Bird had made high profile tours of appalachia. I mainly on poor whites for one of the administration's first initiatives it's war on poverty and they've quoted massive press coverage tv radio and prince. Johnson continues the president's attack on poverty as she travels to the economically depressed areas of kentucky. The forty five counties making up this area present one of the nation's worst pictures poverty several times. Mrs johnson holzer motorcade degreed local school children who have gathered along. The roadside ladybird has been a public face for this up until now the media has loved her. There's actually no vice president at the moment because lbj was the bp under kennedy and according to the constitution there's no automatic replacement for him lbj's going to announce a running mate at the convention in august at the press corps. Traveling with the first lady has started referring to her as mrs. vice president. How serious is that. i don't know not fairy. But they've clearly picked up on something real about the way. She works with lyndon in a typical piece. Editorial in the lexington herald in kentucky asks. Why not an lbj and lbj ticket. Look no farther lyneham. Your big problem of running mate for this fall is now solved. It's none other than that. Charming texan. lady. Bird johnson ladybird lasted off but all this recognition has also made her a target. Read the papers and absorb the shock. Aptitude republican congressman's visit to my tenants that i pogo county. A couple of gop congressman decided to take their own poverty. Tour to alabama where ladybird has almost four thousand acres used for cotton and timber farming that she inherited from her mother's family. The congressmen go see lady bird tenants and put out some grainy black and white photos showing their ramshackle conditions tin roof shacks with collapsing foundations. No running water basically. She's being made to look like a slum lord and those optics as they say in politics are terrible. It could have been worse. I've got to thank some way to turn it into. A constructed in ladybird been in public life for decades. And she's savvy about the press. She understands the story could deal them real political damage so her first constructive step was to avoid the press by getting out of town. That's what's brought her to hunt land back in. Washington linden's really struggling. His civil rights. Bill is stuck. In congress is war counseled dean rusk mcgeorge bundy and robert mcnamara all holdovers from kennedy are pressing him on vietnam and he has a raging toothache and i was almost asleep. A little after tway out. He called me. It was a sad happy. Talk large about the alabama tenants and about his restive desire to seek a way out of the burdens. He carries but the real source of his pain. He's actually thinking about not running. November linden is fundamentally insecure. He knows he wasn't elected that he's just there because kennedy was assassinated. He doesn't believe he has a mandate and he doesn't think he can win despite an approval rating of seventy four percent. You could argue that. This is all in his head but part of him. A big part just wants out ladybird invited. Lbj's to longtime doctors to drive out to hunt one for dinner Linden had a major heart attack at heartland almost ten years ago in nineteen fifty five. It's never really out of mind for either of them so at dinner that night with the doctors. She'd heard what they thought about his fitness. And we're going to give him a thorough medical going. The next morning and night we only talked about the psychological aspects. I don't know though that either one really understands the depth of his pain winning af faces up to the possibility of sending many thousands. American boys vietnam both ladybird linden can see the writing on the wall. Vietnam could easily derail his presidency. Their ambitions for civil rights the sweeping great society programs. He's just laid out for his doctors leave to go back. Washington bird hands them. An envelope marked personal but its contents are political to on the phone the night before linden had asked her to set out the pros and cons. I wrote at for london about a nine page analysis of what i thought he situation was. I she types out that press release. It's a bit of psychology. This is what it would feel like to announce you're not running. Then on a spiral bound steno pad ladybird writes those nine pages laying out his options This letter or what. I think is more accurately. Her strategy memo is been sitting at the lbj library forever. Pretty much overlooked by historians.
Twitter For List Building With Madalyn Sklar
"One of the things that i saw of is interesting about twitter is would you say it's the place where people really build a personal brand stronger than a business brand so like we are robin kennedy on there as opposed to anything else How does that work. Yeah you can definitely build a very large personal brand on twitter. So it's a level playing field so it allows you to be able to connect with people in in showcase yourself who you are what you do with everyone else on there. So everybody's kind of the same when they're starting at listen. We all started zero when we're on twitter and any other social networks so it's what you do from there to build up. That's really important. What i really love about twitter as well is. It's the fastest moving. Which means the deepest connections can be made fastest. Because it's a fast food. It's not like facebook. You put a thing up and then at some point in the next three weeks someone see your post and will get involved in the conversation. The comments onto an the reply reply reply reply. It's the closest thing to sms text messaging but with otherwise unreachable people which is really awesome so we get people on twitter. And that's lovely then. What we really want to do is move them from twitter to email platform. Because there's a place for being discovered and starring relationships like on onto it and then we want to move over to to all. We can do some deep nurturing nurturing so why some some of the strategies that we can be using an definitely want to know some of the mistakes that people make tried to shift people across as well but how do we even be game thinking about shifting people from twitter to our email list. Well greg question first and foremost you've got to get people to know like and trust you. Nobody's going to pay attention to you. Do anything that you say like. Hey come join my email is. Here's a lead magnet here something great. They're not gonna care if they don't get to know you firs- they like you they see you're likable and trust that you're not going to spam them right so you've got to work on relationship building. I and you know we all know the power of twitter chats as an amazing way to do that right just spinning some time connecting with people getting to know them and sharing your expertise and next thing you know. They're following you and they see hey. This person has a free pdf. I could sign up for and now you're getting them into your email. Listen starting that funnel. So it's really important to spend time nurturing community on twitter. You got you got. You can't just post you can't make it a one way street too. Many people too many brands too many of everyone is out there. Just me me me. Let me just post my stuff and not do anything else. You have to be on there and listen and jump into conversations and talk to people. It's incredibly important okay. Let's talk about jumping into conversations. The think will also go along the idea of and talk about twitter chats and that really means and how how we can take advantage of them later. But how do you like. Someone's having a conversation. You can see this a better crack going on between some people. How do you jump in now without being that so of dickhead. The party just like nobody likes just right then. Tell us what's going on. We don't want to be that drunken buffoon how do we. How do we not be that person yet. Still insert ourselves conversations. Well you can go in and ask a question just kind of slowly immerse yourself into it and not just like hey here i am coming out with me or add value to whatever. The conversation is if you go in and add value. That's really the best thing you can do. But before you do that. I do a quick audit of your twitter account. Make sure you're always good. Make sure you have a great photo a headshot something so that because what happens is once you start jumping in and doing this regularly. The first thing someone's going to do is go. Look at your profile. They're going to be who madeleine. Sklar what is she talking about. Why should i check her out. Why should i follow her. So you really need to have a great profile so it's really best to spin a little time on that. I just do a quick audit. Make sure everything looks good. Make sure you got your dot com if you gotta lead magnet get like a bit link and put that in your bio you know. Hey here's my my free whatever. Xyz and then the link. There's this misconception that you can't put multiple links in your twitter bio and you can you don't want to clutter it up with too many links but you definitely want here. Dot com in the space for the dot com but in your bio is a great strategy to put a small short-leg to yearly maintenance somewhere. If you you investigated using something linked tree or one of the of the plethora of programs for doing that or do you just like a couple of things that go directly to that results than you know really depends on what you're if you've got a lot of resources i think link tree is great for that and is definitely something that can be worth dealing I personally prefer doing billy link when i have some kind of special lead magnet and of even gone a step above that i have a custom. Bit link That you can do. Mine is since my last name is sklar is clearly so sklar dot l. y. And they can be slashed. Whatever i want to be which is super cool. I learned about it years ago. When jay baer was on my twitter smarter podcasts and he was talking about custom. Billy links which is something nobody talks about. Everybody knows about billy to get shorten links. Nobody talks about. Hey you can go. purchase You know something dot l. y. And and jay baer was like you should get your last name. You should be like scholarly. That would be so cool so i ended up doing it and it's been really unique so i use that quite a bit flip. Love licensed probably candidate think belong actually will url honest but we definitely. We've definitely thought about that. So i love that so so we can go in these conversations that we see happening. I suppose the first thing to do is we give some kind of volley that might be saying. Oh he not disagreeing with people and being offensive and stop but we want be in there going. I've done it this way. Add to the conversation. Don't take away from me really important. Just standard be nice stuff People check out your profile. Boston really great okay. A great way again people from a profile now that they're on your profile over lead magnet is bit links short links delete mandates great stuff. Now you mentioned this wonderful thing about until about a year and a half ago. I had never heard of a twitter chat or a tweet chat or a tweet. Our as many names for these things in case anybody's thinking what the hell are you talking about doing this. So of synopsis of what one of these things is absolutely so twitter. Chat is a great way twitter to bring like minded people together so for instance. I host the twitter smarter twitter so every thursday afternoon at one o'clock eastern whole bunch of us just converge on twitter for one hour it revolves around the hashtag. You just gotta make sure you pull up that hashtag and you'll see all the tweets around the hashtag and it just connects you really cool people in there so many twitter chats out there. There's so many different topics and interests so I have found it to be hands down the best way to connect with people on. Twitter is great for relationship building. I've met so many amazing people from this. I met you guys from there So yeah twitter chats is definitely the way to go. I recommend finding some that look interesting. Check them out and become a regular on some of these and try to commit a few hours each week. They're typically one hour away. Each week is typical twitter chat. Yeah most of all like a weekly event. They're like well. I know that every thursday. There's the one. I know that we have our own. Which is email our hashtag. Email every every thursday three. Pm eastern eight pm uk. Time for us. I'm on their throwing questions at people and they're really good. So if if somebody wants to participate in this one of these twitter hours or email in one of these twitter chats what's the best way they can leverage that to build their email list without being obnoxious person in the room saying hey buy from me. How can we participate in those things with and still be cool. Yes it'll be effective such a great question so back to your twitter profile. Be absolutely sure you've got some kind of lead magnet available. Make it really easy for people when they go to your profile to see it. Another strategy is to have a pen. Tweeden and penn tweets great feature on twitter. We can take any tweet. You have out there. And in the settings you can click to pin it stays at the top so someone comes your profile and they they're looking at your bio. They're looking at your lovely pitcher. The very first tweet is going to be. That pen tweeted to your most recent so make sure that tweet is something that kit. They could easily sign up for your manage and get them into your funnel. So when you're on a twitter chat and you're conversing with people and they go look at your profile. They'll easily see all that information. But what you wanna do on the twitter chat is you wanna get on their provide value. You don't want to get on there. They hey sign up for my free thing you wanna get on there and just answer the questions that are being discussed with your take on show that you have expertise and then engage with the guests engage with the host of the
Biden urges UK and EU to preserve Northern Irish peace amid Brexit row
"Good. Friday agreement of nineteen ninety-eight ended thirty years of conflicts between mostly catholic nationalists fighting for a united ireland and mostly protestant loyalists who want northern ireland to stay part of the united kingdom. But now the accord is in jeopardy. According to david campbell chairman of the loyalist community's council. He's calling for dialogue with the eu and island to change the northern irish protocol. That he believes has breached fundamental principles of the original deal. This follows an announcement from loyalist paramilitary groups that they were temporarily withdrawing support for the peace agreement due to concerns over the brexit deal but it has further repercussions beyond europe to has been mcevoy news a political reporter and monocle twenty four regular and has been covering. The story is here to tell us. Good morning to you. Vinian thanks for joining us at. This is clearly a big problem. Here in britain and for the eu. Why is it resonating across the atlantic. Good morning yet has huge resignation across the atlantic you have a massive irish diaspora in america. One in ten americans consider themselves to be from irish descent. You go to the half american presidents having lineage and the man in the white house now is probably the most closely itunes irish issues. That has been since john f. kennedy and so we've now got the brexit arrangement in place in old nada and there was a reason why the northern irish people voted most strongly than any nation in the united kingdom to remain in the eu. Because it is a self-described post conflict society. Those wounds were still hearing and brexit has opened them up and caused issues and as well as the united kingdom and the eu the us will say played a big role in achieving peace in northern ireland. And it is worried that the westminster government has been to a reckless in its handling of northern ireland and things could start to come upon say loyalists particularly angry. We have to remember over the course of brexit with theresa may. She didn't have a majority off to the two thousand seventeen election. so she's struck this alliance with dp which is the main loyalist party. She gave them all kinds of funding for that backing To get her brexit deal through it contains something cold the irish back stock which they became unhappy with that it would have prevented having border arrangements of they were the ones who encouraged conservative backbenchers to keep looking at so now the situation is that. Despite bar johnson's promises he is betrayed. Loyalist parties in northern ireland in that he has allowed the creation of an irish seaboard between nineteen noland and the rest of the united kingdom. And so it is that that has enraged loyalists because they think that it is a barrier between them and the rest of the u. k. That isolates them and that it leads to more synchronization with the republican violence because north non has stayed in single markets and not go on with the rest of the united kingdom. So of course. We know that the have been major power players struggling currently with the brexit rules and their supporters. What does this mean for northern. Ireland's devolved government. Yeah we have to remember. The nolansville government was actually suspended for three years until january loss. If it had been an independent country it would have been the longest in europe to not have to working governments But what it means now is that we've had them up running for a year and all kinds of problems are coming up. So you know the prime minister. Boris johnson traveled. Auden's elliott this This month he actually didn't meet with chimp Sane the other main partners in that power sharing agreement that has said waves. That says you know. The the westminster copy relied on his effect on governors of. What's going on there. It's only dealing with one of the parties but the loyalists themselves having problems in their ranks. Because of this seaboard you had a administer effectively northern ireland a playing a sort of unilaterally moves late on friday nights a few weeks ago where he sort of blocks the construction of the border checks at poets and the hiring of staff unilaterally and that really set things off because they're just trying to frustrate the creation of this border which brussels assigned up to the uk has signed up to in law and for the first time last week the biden white house made clear that it supports the northern ireland tricycle. And that everyone else. Apart from the loyalist consider this now a settled issue to move on
Notable Developments on the College Basketball Coaching Carousel Scuttlebutt
"A lot of movement on the coaching carousel. Over the past couple of days the big. One of course was indiana firing archie miller. After four seasons. We talked about that on a previous podcast. So go find it. We're not going to spend any time on that here but let me walk you through the other notable developments richard patino out at minnesota and as up tuesday morning. He's the new coach at new mexico. State has quote parted ways with steve. Prohm depaul finally took. Dave laid off the hot seat list. Boston college hired earl. Grant penn state hired mike castrucci berry dead leg spin a pretty good right now. It's spinning man. Yeah listen we give the. We are gearing up for this tournament. We got we got more than forty eight hours till. We're gonna tip the first game here so as expected. We've had some movement on the carousel. So we'll let's get into a little bit of this This scuttle but here kind of take it job by job. Best job openings indiana. Let's kind of go in order. I guess second best job. That's open. I would say iowa state is a better job than minnesota steve. Prohm gets fired late monday night. His jamie pollard was on the selection committee so he traveled back as he should have to meet with promo person and do what he what needed to be done You and i both seven the podcast in january. We expected steve prone to return next season. But we also didn't expect iowa state to never win a game like he just got to an irreversible point. so he's done. He put out a classy statement on tuesday morning. And i don't know whether or not steve prohm will land somewhere else head. Coaching position this coaching cycle but he will be a head coach again. He did take iowa state to three inch tournaments he was really good prior to that at murray state and certainly qualified for. It's just a matter of Is there anything out there. That he would be offered or anything out there that he would want as for the job. The candidates we're early. But i'm told that this is certainly a coach that you know quite well as well i'm told jamie pollard definitely will be considering. Unlv head coach. Tj burger near the top of his list. I can't say that he is the favorite. I just think that it's objectively true. That tj also burger will be under consideration for the iowa state job along the likes of. You're going to hear puerto moser connected to multiple jobs on this podcast because let's face it especially if he wins at least one tournament game. He's just a hot name. And he's going to be attached to iowa st paul minnesota. I i don't know if you'd be a favorite for state. But i think his name makes sense. I think utah. State's craig smith might make sense and then a high. I do have a wildcard one. Uab's andy kennedy has gone to the sec. Good job at ole miss. He's just one year and at uab but he had he had a really good year. In fact i think he won more games in his first season. This past season than just about anyone. Maybe all of all of the first year coach coaches. So i think that's a fact no first year coach at a new program. One more games this season than ak i. It's just i'm lobbying out. There is a name that should be considered. And then i did see fran for shila tweet this and i do. I do think there's something to it. Like a baylor is a one seed could be in the final four. Hey first time since bill henderson all that good stuff tang is a is a high level power conference assistant that is deserving of an opportunity would come at a power conference level. I don't know. But i think it's only a matter of time before jerome tank. Its job as well. So i'm just tossing him in knows the league as potentially someone that They should consider or at least at the very least interview sets an initial pool of
4 seriously injured as Chicago shooting leads to crash with street sweeper
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"Or will it be John Dingell's son? They decided, apparently on John Dingell's wife. And the sun is just going to have to wait and continue to dine out on the Dingle name because that's really all that matters sadly, in far too many congressional districts across the country. Name. Recognition of the Kennedys have made an art form of this. Kennedys have made all of their bones on this. But it should be. Something we look at. You should not be able to contract here's my old boss, Grover Norquist once proposed a constitutional amendment that was brilliant. That no. One in the same family. And occupy a congressional seat for him. It was one election cycle after that person leave one full cycle. After that person leaves or dies, Toe end that. Oh, the sun is running or the daughter is running or whatever. It should just be that simple because these seats are not owned. By families yet they basically are owned by families and something has to change it. If the people are going to be so stupid as to keep these crime syndicates in place, then we need some kind of protection. Against it. Cause you know that Karen Waters is coming coming up behind Maxine and I would add to Grover's Constitutional amendment that political campaigns cannot hire anybody. Who's related to them at all. Wouldn't that be nice? So that Ilhan Omar couldn't get her $3 million. And that would be illegal. What a novel idea making corruption. Obvious corruption illegal. Because of that, it will probably never stand a chance of passing. There's so many questions about real estate right now. Should you sell now? Or wait until next year? How much? Is your house worth?.
"kennedys" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Where below in Massachusetts. The 1% positive test rate. At least that was the last number I had heard of. We're below 1% positive test rate yet we're still ramping up testing capabilities were still we're trying to squeeze every last bit of blood from the stone. And for what? I can't see it anymore. I don't know. Yeah, I got the inside scoop on Joe Biden. He's not suffering from dementia. His son honors get a really big deal on Ukraine Pot, and that stuff is Kick ass party. Is it? I don't know. I've not been a part of that world. Uh, okay. I think by hunter Biden has moved on from Part seems from all accounts. That was just a gateway drugs for him. I saw that Charlie Parker attended the funeral of a weak soldiers down in Brockton. That means he's only got 7000 more weights to go, Holyoke. Ooh, I hope he sent something to all those families at least some sort of token of appreciation for their lives. That that that chump message hits hard. I'm sure Charlie Parker's listening right now. A deal or you hypocrite. I don't think great ship got football And so you boycott break Sinatra Biggest Kennedy rumps Whatever. All right, He wass. Until he wasn't he was for the Kennedys before he was against the Kennedys back in after Kennedy won the election, his brother as how he has told you many times. Of the A G told him Hey, may not be a good idea to be seen around with this frank character because he's got connections to the mob. He actually helped get elected by, you know, stuffing the ballot boxes Chicago.
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"And at this moment this is Joanne Columbus New Jersey hello Sir hi Hey rob Russia is going good Sir I see I pulled your screen I was discussed it but I get all new now because this is just an expansion of also being called oracles three years ago right what if trump his supporters are call thank you have a lot Jonestown Guyana and the Kennedys were Jimmy Jones Hey what what about what Obama was a like to all the school kids being assembled in school auditoriums to sing songs the dear leader absolutely love Obama Obama is great we love all by the one and only we got how they wanted to relax about Franklin Roosevelt third term without a cold getting a call yeah exactly of course they they what we're what we're doing here is artfully and cleverly pointing out the deep hypocrisy of these glittering jewels a colossal ignorance of unfortunate doesn't stick to them but here's the thing they think that the people there were insulting are not hearing this they open we have been insulting trump voters for three and a half years and counting well hello five years if you count the campaign five years and counting they wonder why they are not able to drive a wedge between trump as voters when all they do is insult them and now trump is using mind control invisible strolled lights sub consciously when you.
"kennedys" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Kept tailored visited the Kennedy compound at the behest of EPA Kennedy in the summer of twenty twelve and spent the summer there with the Kennedys and during the course of that time she ended up in a romance with Connor which went a long way toward helping him cope at during one of the worst times of his life, which was during the mourning period of his mom, you know, the Kennedys, kind of wide swath here in Chicago with the merchandise mart. And of course, one of the Kennedys, made a move for the gubernatorial nomination, befell little short. And they're in the northern suburbs to do the Kennedys, appreciate you. Or are you a person to person non grata because you, you speak the truth? I mean, is this an authorized sort of book with the Kennedys or, or are you kind of shunned? This is my fourth book about the Kennedys and, you know, I've never had a problem with the Kennedys, you know, they gave me total access to the JFK library and museum all the assets there. And also at the Ted Kennedy library. They're extremely helpful, and I think that, you know, they realized that there are few of us out here who are really documenting their lives for historic for history. And that its warts and all, of course, but, you know, but I've not had a problem with them. I hope that they respect my work. I, I think that they feel my respect for them, you know, in that work. Well, I, I've, I've only read a couple of chapters, but it reads very well and reached quick, and I enjoyed it's quite a commitment to a number of pages in there, Randy. But I'm going to take a I'm going to take it along on vacation and, and, and poor my way through because I love political biographies. I do not like political autobiographies, because they're all BS, but I like political biographies. Nice meeting, you, sir. Good luck. With the book. Thank you, John. I appreciate being on your show. Thank you. Thank you. That's j Randy Tara Borelli.
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"I live in a country where one party is against the country. I mean, you know, the Kennedys and the guys the Democrats have old they're rolling over in their graves. I mean. It's just unreal. All acting like communists. They're all acting like socialist is unreal. What are they wanna do? They want free healthcare for everybody. Whether you're illegal or not. And what are they going to do? They're going to attack the people like me and you worked for living that thirty percent of everything we take not enough. They need eighty percent. It's insane. Did you ever you saw? You saw Cortez Cortez said that India's Jimmy favorite grab that audio again because it's brilliant. She she wants a seventy percent tax rate and force all of us to actually drive electric cars. That's what she said. She wants. And. Yeah. And what's the difference? For a hundred years. What was the difference? In does our and the. The people that ran Russia after that. There wasn't any difference. They were both rulers, and they did anything they wanted. Nobody said anything I mean communists are really good to spend in other people's money. But when it runs out what happens. The whole where falls apart. I mean, you know, it's it's insane. They can I believe really believe they think we can do it as long as we want to. No one's van don't is the Republicans. They're spending money like the Democrats. I mean, how do we recall? How do we recall our public servants is what they're supposed to be? And and actually get them to step up, and and and and actually be responsible for what are we gotta do. As such. Yeah. I agree with you on that one. Thank you running. You. I appreciate the phone call. You know, what do we can we play? Let's do that. Let's let's hold that. We're gonna what we're gonna do is. We're gonna play Cortes advocating for that seventy percent tax bracket. Her big idea this week that that no one on the Democratic Party review. This and said it was an insane idea. We're going to have that coming up on the Ben Ferguson show a.
"kennedys" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Of time. And if the Kennedys were not taking out they would have been the anomaly because every other one had to go, you know, as Arbenz in Guatemala, and the guy Goulart in Brazil, and then and I'm not talking again, these are communists. These are just ordinary of liberal leaders who weren't right wing fascist dictators. And that's the really sad thing. Is that we look now like in Iran, look, what a mess they've become and they were a democratic form of government. They were a secular society until we in the British join forces to overthrow most day exact outed. Become this fundamentalist wreck of a country and apologies to your audience. I'm not trying to criticize. But it's like, it's partly our fault. And look at this caravan of immigrants coming from Latin America. Well, why are they coming here because we overthrew their, you know, fairly normal leaders and put in these right wing people who are very friendly. To the business communities at the expense of the ordinary citizens and a lot of these countries, and they got poorer and poorer to the point where they look to the rich neighbors to the north and say, we want that you know, we've been very good at selling the American dream. You know, come to American, you know, the poorest man can become a rich person. And and but in any case, the Kennedys didn't believe in enslaving other nations. They didn't believe in that they they really tried to promote fairness, and that was training to a lot of the big business interests across the country. And and who does the CI and the military serve they serve these big business interests. You know, there's no point in the I mean, what's his name the guy who tried to overthrow or prevented the overthrow of FDR Smedley Butler in in the Marine Corps back in the early part of the last century. He said war is a racket. You know, here we are defending oil companies. You know, we're not really defending.
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"Click on the segment or tweet us. Our Twitter handle is at form. And you can also, of course, go to our Facebook page. So why does buddy walk off? Well, I could ask you that. Because I think that rohrschack for the reader will. No, I what I what I was saying is a talk show host my sense of of doing what you do. You know, what buddy does is you have to bring your best brain in that idea of of and buddy has like cabinet, and like Carson, he has that ability to sort of be electric to be in the moment. And I think that he falls into a funk, and and he has less and less access to his best brain, and Andy, gresh, frustrated, and at and it seemed to make sense it's sort of like all the circuits don't connect. And and then he walks off and the other aspect of it too. Is that I found a tremendous amount of celebrity breakdowns people who wanted fame achieved it and then had make this next step of figuring out why they do what they do. And whether or not they want to continue it. He was a searcher basically wasn't a very much. So John, you know, that better as was Elvis, you know, as as as people who at some point begin to. Read widely and to try to figure out the universe in their place in it. Anton becomes the other side of his brain. But in some ways has to interpret his father's actions. Not only for other people before himself. Yeah. Well, I think it it didn't make much sense to a lot of people around that it didn't make sense to Anton he goes off to the peace corps before the start of the novel. And as you mentioned he comes back with a case of malaria, otherwise, he's not there to help his father, and they both convalesced together. And try to figure out their next steps. What did you like I said you were trying to write a historical novel in some ways but bringing in teddy Kennedy's run for the presidency. Well looked at nine hundred eighty and I found it to be an incredibly pivotal year. I mean, you have the hostage crisis, the rush invasion of Afghanistan, but a really consequential presidential election. I grew up my Upper West side family was intensely political, and we had constant conversations about whoever for presidential election senatorial elections. And I imagine that the winters along with being, you know, TV family that that politics would be big. And so in fact, Emily winter Anton mom works does some help for the Kennedys who are friends of. There's also imagine that that buddy would be friends of the Kennedys. There's also the gene Harris Herman turnover scarsdale murders have been there touches the guardian angels. I mean, a lot comes in to the novel the tries to again, give us a feel for the era. But there's also. Kind of what I call day of the locust feel here. I mean, Nathaniel west famous apocalyptic novel filling in one thousand nine hundred was a pivotal year in the sense that we were on verge of something now as Iran hostage crisis. But on verge of the kind of chaos and violence that we had not anticipated before that maybe more somnolent years. What happened is we had we had Watergate, and then we had the end of the Vietnam war, and then we elected a liberal Democrat. And we felt like this was the beginning of a new era and that didn't seem to work out. And now we had this turbulent election. And this the hostage crisis, which turned everything upside down New York, as you said it had a really sinister feel I read an article that reminded me of things that were happening. They said that there was a high amount of stranger killings. So really just pointless things and people being pushed in front of subway trains and an alarming rate and the city was so bankrupt. They couldn't get money enough money together to get bulletproof vests for the bullies. So there's all this stuff coming together that and you. Couldn't see the future at that point. You couldn't see that that the city was going to be flush with cash soon at that point. It did feel like you're at the end of something. There was I was gonna ask you if you wanted to read something. But before I do I want to touch on what we just spoke about for a moment with a passage that was striking to me. And it was at the end of the sixteenth chapter. This is Anton voice, maybe you should read. It thought me. One forty two. It's right at the end of the sixteen chapters begins with him walking home and thinking of a heckler 'cause buddy his father is not only a talk show host. But he's a stand up comic. And he goes through a lot of the material and jokes that well, essentially like you said their team, but comes up with stuff on his own. So were right of that last paragraph. And this follows a buddy is furious at a heckler who went after Joan Kennedy in a talk. She gives at the park tavern. Teddy Kennedy's wife. Yes. I walked home thinking of that heckler of buddy treating him like a blowhard at a neighborhood association meeting when he could easily have been a lunatic with a Glock strapped to his leg. And I thought of Alex that's his friend getting jumped then the subway riders pushed in front of trains to more in the last week. What made you want to end the life of a stranger in? Did you plan your crime or did the desire sees you out of nowhere like the impulse to key the side of a car a week ago? My brother Kip had climbed two flights have subway stairs on his way home from practice. Then when you reach the top a gold tooth behemoth of a man grabbed his tennis rackets and threw them down the full stairs because he felt like he even smiled. And he said what is Kip heading the right to object. Something mean was building up there. Yeah. Some become normative. Maybe it was the beginning of this opening up. The now there's been this all over. Well, I have to say that that they the what happened to Kip did happen to me. I was tennis player. I climbed to the top of the subway stairs this enormous man grabbed my rackets and threw down two flights of stairs. And just list looked at me. And there was nothing. I could do. But but there were there were things like that that would happen, and I got mugged pretty regularly. I had money not set aside. Not for if I got for when I got mugged. I I have a ten fifteen dollars for that. There's something just like a tennis racket that can incite me a catalyst violence. You know, you see a tennis racket if you think of somebody who's being spoiled because they can play tennis or something like that it can incite, and that's undoubtedly. Yeah. I mean, we try to look for rationality behind some of the violence, but much sure it's there let's go to some of our callers, and you can join us with Tom Barabash. His new book called the Dakota winners at our toll free number again is eight six six seven three three six seven eight six. Here's. Wander from Oakland. I want to talk about Lennon I want high. Well on a lighter note as the author is written a book about him. I wondered if he had any comment on John Lennon's on books, he was very proud of his poetry in his own, right? Are IT and a Spaniard in the work. I can't think of the third one. I've lost my original copies. But most people aren't even aware. He he did that. And I think he was very proud of them and people should know about them. And if he has any comments, I'd appreciate it. Tom. Yeah. Wanted to their terrific books and also his letters are wonderful. I I have a copy of his collected letters. I don't know who the publisher, but you can get those and incredible sense of humor really playful with language, and I and I think he was just very very funny. And that was one of the things I tried to capture in the book was his intelligence and wit, you also try to capture the relationship with McCartney, which is still wonder a lot of microscopic examination trying to figure out what was really behind it, and where was the difficulties and so forth and examine those those resentments, and I tried to see things from from all of their point of view. In fact, I spoke to a friend who's a marriage counselor. And I asked her to to sort of talk about John and Paul as a married couple and their dynamic, and she gave me incredible insights into that. Can that's how I sort of thought of of how can can these these people who are that close work it out? We had an anniversary of Lennon's death. I think that was it. It was Saturday. Who's just this past Friday? That's right. I remember I was on the air and was quite a shock to put it mildly. But there was even a great shock. And I think he's still living at down when you heard Paul McCartney respond by that he was asked what he, you know, John Lennon dining, yeah. It's a drag isn't it? And woah, I just try to assimilate that you know, I mean, it was such a shocking response. And to this day. He's tried to explain it in different ways and so forth, but having witnessed it was quite difficult. Julia says please tell Tom this is sort of thing. Teachers love to hear that some of us from his two thousand three creative nonfiction class. At Stanford is still in touch with each other. We still write some of us more than others. And we still talk about what we learned and pieces that we were introduced to by Tom. Oh, that makes me feel great as as you said, it's wonderful. And here's another caller from Santa Rosa. We welcome or Shara. Good morning. Good morning. Can you hear me? Yes. Awesome. Yeah. I just wanted to make a comment. I listen to your guys are stationed all the time. I just really love what you're saying today. I think it's really awesome to hear that there is, you know, more kind of like just just hearing that stuff in the eighteen hundreds from New York. I that's the thing. I heard I and I just really liked it. You guys just sort of expressing fill around, you know, moon people and circumstances that happen. I feel like the more. We talk about it the more we can find solutions and just be aware. And maybe have better things to say to those people when you know, when they're offending you. I think I get the thought thank you for that, Tom. Yeah. Well, I mean, I mean the comment about the eighteen hundreds that. It's funny to magin that I'm actually I it writing one thousand nine hundred now is writing historical fiction. I always thought to write historical fiction. You would be writing about the late eighteen hundreds. And I did have in anything you write about the Dakota you'd need to have that sort of sense of history to it because the because so many fascinating people have lived there over the years, but but creating one thousand nine hundred was an act of of historical research is well at this point. There's also coming to grips with the Upper West side, the talked about the Dakota being a community in like a place unto itself. So as the Upper West side very much. So so there was a disproportionate. I should say so is. Well, after de institutionalization of the mental institutions a lot of the people that were let out were let out on the Upper West side a disproportionate. And there was the highest rate. I think of drug addicts almost anywhere in the country. Also on the Upper West side. And there was incredible revival. Movie theaters in great bookstores and artists that lived there..
"kennedys" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Nine thirty six back to the checks below. Me. I'm sure the song has some. I don't know what it is. Why Trump lies? Because he's lonely. So he's got to impress people. Okay. You're really upset with him. So there's a lot of people at that with Trump today because this bombshell report again from the New York Times, they're dropping all the bombs. So there's been a report that they are detailing how President Trump's father got rich, and they talk about these various sketchy tax schemes, they talk about the fact that Trump's father started giving him money when he was three years old as as a way to make him rich early and as a way to avoid paying taxes. So there wasn't like Joe Kennedy across wasn't he? To right. I mean, the daddy Kennedy. Yeah. And like the Kennedys reloaded and the Kennedys are loaded and the Democrats loved the Kennedys. Right. And they're like Camelot, right? Okay. I think the difference here is that Trump insisted that he was like sort of a self made dude where he just borrowed a small. He calls it a very small loan of a million dollars on his dad when in fact by the time he was to the age where he claims to have borrowed the million dollars. He was like a multimillionaire. Yeah already. So you know, that's why people are mad because well first of all they're they're angry. Because now, of course, the there's an investigation with the attorney general's office to figure out how do we really need to look back to see if there were crimes committed by the father? None of that matters like that. It's just five years ago. When President Trump is not responsible for how his dad handled his tax that's ridiculous because you can't pay for the sins of your father. But also, I think it's absurd that anybody. He believes that the guy only took like a million dollars when he was an adult. He was raised loaded. I mean, it's kind of like looking at his kids and saying, oh, well, they they're somehow self may to know they had no choice like they're all loaded. If you are raised in wealth. You are wealthy right? And you have no choice, but to be wealthy and to be immersed in that wealth. And that's it. Did he lie about taking a million? He I guess. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. He lied. Yeah. I mean, he's well, that's why people are mad. They're mad about shady tax schemes. They're mad that this whole family apparently avoided paying taxes that they should have paid. And there it was very sketchy the way that they avoided it they use like all these shadow company ways, a heat, I pay taxes his dad, his dad, his dad avoided paying lots and lots of taxes by giving money to his kids in giving companies to his kids to hide and shelter all this money. Okay. So that's that's that Trump's fall or dad's fault. It's it's totally his dad's fault. And in fact, like the Trump lawyer Charles harder. I mean, I'm sure he's one of a Jillian lawyers that they have. But he said should the times state or imply that President Trump participated in fraud tax evasion or any other crime? It will be exposing itself to substantial liability and damages for defamation because he had no involvement whatsoever. With these matters these affairs were handled by other Trump, family members who were not experts themselves and therefore relied entirely upon the aforementioned, licensed profession. To ensure compliance with the law because I I and I agree with that. I don't think that you should have to pay for the sins of your parents. Right. But the fact remains that he claims that he did this all on his own, right? I mean, that's always been historic from the word people actually believe that he self made. Well, it doesn't matter what they believe it matters that he he lies about this continuously right that he continues to maintain that. He is a self made billionaire, which is hilarious does not act. I mean, I've I've never believed that. And he was like fine. I think he's the best guy for this job. Yeah. I mean that none of this negates the results that he's achieved an offense. And that's the bottom line. It's like the New York looking so hard for a way to ruin him. When they can't deny the fact that everything is really great. I didn't believe that. He didn't. He when he said, I didn't sleep a stormy. I didn't believe that either. Right. Because he's a philandering idiot. That's exactly right. I mean, he's never been faithful anybody ever. But I still think he's the best guy for the job. Right. And he's doing a great job. Exactly. This is what's making people like the New York Times. So frustrated makes them crazy because it's like they keep pumping out all of these bombshell report. Everyone like. Yeah. That sucks that he lied. But look I look at the down like it's the jobs and look at it sucks city. Lied about being self made. But so what? Yes. So freaking.
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"kennedys" Discussed on The Daily
"So you're saying that even without mandatory union dues government workers are still organizing and maybe organizing more than they had we've mandatory union dues and that unions might actually thrive in its moment that's right i mean if you think about a world where union fees are mandatory that's a world where you're union doesn't really have to be in the customer service business right they get your money and if they never see you or hear from you and you never hear from them that's fine because they've got your money for the past three years the unions new they were very likely to be a world that didn't allow them to collect these these automats in in that world they had to vary aggressively court their members they had understand what their members cared about they had to respond to those concerns and so for the past three years they've been very very aggressive about being in the customer service business in about listening to their members in about conveying the value of union membership in that's just a very different world than we lived in even five years ago that's fascinating so so so arguably public sector unions had become kind of complacent because the dues were mandatory people essentially had to be members and this decision and the right tower movement has made unions be komo responsive after work harder for their members to want to be part of it there's no question that that's the case and in more candid moments the leaders of the major public sector unions will acknowledge that they will knowledge that they became very complacent and that while they're very much going to miss these fees they will knowledge that it's made them work harder than ever before and that's led to a much healthier relationship with their members they're having a much easier time mobilizing their members to do things that they considered important for example protesting cuts to public education i have to think that that was not the intent of the conservatives who put forward this perfect plaintiff janice and as perfect case that they might actually turn public sector unions into more robust nimble responsive groups i think there is a case to be made that the conservative strategy of going state by state and securing the state right to work victories was actually the optimal strategy and that by trying to do this on a national level through a court decision you're actually creating a backlash in a kind of counter mobilization that you would not have courted how'd you just done this more below the radar and on a state by state basis so quite unexpectedly it's possible that janice and decisions like it might actually strengthen public sector unions in this moment of heightened political activity it may be the case that that national strategy creates a backlash that undoes a lot of the gains that conservatives has one with this ruling thank you thank you.
"kennedys" Discussed on The Daily
"Today on the same day that justice kennedy announced his retirement little attention was paid to a supreme court ruling that could forever alter the role of labor unions it's friday june twenty nine so there's a case at the supreme court janice the asked me in the plaintiff in that case is marc janice i'm mark janice i live in springfield illinois i i would say i'm just an average guy a middle class person that goes to work everyday enjoys my activities got my kids that i love dearly and he is a child support specialist at the annoy department of healthcare and family services gnome scheibner covers labor for the times and as part of his status as a government worker in springfield he has to pay a mandatory union fee even if he chose not to belong to the union which is chosen not to do i work for healthcare and family services and i'm forced to pay money to union but then supports political causes that i don't agree with and he feels like he affectively has to subsidize the union's political stands even though he disagrees with them there is a group of us that disagree and we don't wanna pay and in a sense he's challenging a decision by the supreme court that the court reached in nineteen seventy seven on a very similar question about whether people who choose not to be members of the union can be forced to pay to essentially subsidize the union's political activities arguments next in eleven fifty three food against detroit lord of education so that nineteen seventy seven case was called a dude v detroit board of education i represent the ellen this isn't schoolteachers in detroit get involved a public school teacher named d lewis abboud well client willingly paid us to the l e union who didn't like the way that is union was participating in local elections he disagreed with their political positions essentially the judgment and opinion tarkhan seventy five eleven fifty three abboud against the detroit board of education being onced by mr justice stewart we hold that a state law authorizing unionization at an agency shop arrangement for public sector employee's is not constitutionally invalid unions and public sector unions in particular which he was a member of do essentially two things one they represent you in the workplace they negotiate your contract they represent you a grievance preceding if you have problems with your boss and to their active in the political realm they endorse candidates they worked to help elect candidates in the court ruled that if you disagree with your unions political positions you don't have to pay for those activities employees represented by a union even though not a union member must pay to the union is service what about you do all you have to do is pay to subsidize the workplace activities so that case establishes that people in these public sector unions who work for the government have to pay into the union regardless of whether they want to be in union because everyone must pay these dues that's right the court essentially said that they're all these things that a union does that have nothing to do with politics and they do them whether you want to be in the union or you don't all those things the court said you still have to pay for but there's this small percentage offense about twenty percent of what the unions do that's avert political and a court said you don't have to pay for that if you disagree with it so because people had to pay their union dues even if they didn't want to does that mean that most people join these public sector unions that represented them most people when faced with a choice of paying a one hundred percent and being a member or paying eighty percent and not being a member decided well twenty percents off is not a huge discount i might as well just be a member and pay my hundred percent and how did that decision change public sector unions this was an enormously important in the history of public sector unions because the supreme court reaches this decision that allows them to receive fees from people even if they're not members they now have a lot of revenue that may not otherwise have been available they're able to be very very active both in the workplace in negotiating with their employers but they're also able to project enormous power into the political realm they become throughout the eighties and nineties and really into the last two decades they become enormously influential political players they're able to spend tens of millions of dollars contributing to democratic campaigns running ads for democratic candidates donating.
"kennedys" Discussed on The Daily
"Today on the same day that justice kennedy announced his retirement little attention was paid to a supreme court ruling that could forever alter the role of labor unions it's friday june twenty nine so there's a case spring court janice the asked me in the plaintiff in that case is marc janice i'm mark janice i live in springfield illinois i i would say i'm just an average guy a middle class person that goes to work everyday enjoys my activities got my kids that love dearly and he is a child support specialist at the annoy department of healthcare and family services gnome scheibner covers labor for the times and as part of his status as a government worker in springfield he has to pay a mandatory union fee even if he chooses not to belong to the union which is chosen not to do i work for healthcare and family services and forced to pay money to a union but then supports political causes that i don't agree with and he feels like he effectively has to subsidize the union's political stands even though he disagrees with them there is a group of us that disagree and we don't wanna pay and in a sense he's challenging a decision by the supreme court that the court reached in nineteen seventy seven on a very similar question about whether people who choose not to be members of the union can be forced to pay to centrally subsidize the union's political activities arguments next in eleven fifty three food against detroit lord of education so that nineteen seventy seven case was called a dude v detroit board of education i representing ellen this isn't schoolteachers void get involved public school teacher named d lewis booed client willingly paid us to the f l e union didn't like the way that is union was participating in local elections he disagreed with their political positions essentially the judgment and opinion tarkhan seventy five eleven fifty three abboud against the detroit mart of education being onced mr justice stewart we hold that a state law authorizing union is asian at an agency shop arrangement for public sector employees is not constitutionally invalid unions and public sector unions in particular which he was a member of do essentially two things one they represent you in the workplace they negotiate your contract they represent you in a grievance proceeding if you have problems with your boss and to their active in the political realm they endorse candidates they worked to help elect candidates in the court ruled that if you disagree with your unions political positions you don't have to pay for those activities employees represented by union even though not a union member must pay to the union is service fee amount of the do all you have to do is pay to subsidize the workplace activities so that case establishes that people in these public sector unions who work for the government have to pay into the union regardless of whether they wanna be in union because everyone must pay these that's right the court essentially said that they're all these things that a union does that have nothing to do with politics and they do them whether you want to be in the union or you don't all those things the court said you still have to pay for but there's this small percentage offense about twenty percent of what the unions do that's avert political and a court said you don't have to pay for that if you disagree with it so because people had to pay their union dues even if they didn't want to does that mean that most people join these public sector unions represented them most people when faced with the choice of paying a hundred percent and being a member or paying eighty percent and not being a member decided well twenty percent off is not a huge discount i'm as well just be a member and pay my hundred percent and how did that decision change public sector unions this was an enormously important in the history of public sector unions because the supreme court reaches this decision that allows them to receive fees from people even if they're not members they now have a lot of revenue that may not otherwise have been available they're able to be very very active both in the workplace in negotiating with their employers but they're also able to project enormous power into the political realm they become throughout the eighties and nineties and really into the last two decades they become enormously influential political players they're able to spend tens of millions of dollars contributing to democratic campaigns running ads for democratic candidates donating.
"kennedys" Discussed on WTVN
"Life arthur m slesinger junior liberal democrat advisor to the kennedys especially john kennedy harvard professor also who has passed samuel p huntington i've talked about him before and he wrote in his great book who are we the challenges to america's national identity and he said historically america has been a nation of immigration and assimilation and assimilation is meant americanization now however immigrants are different the institutions and processes related to assimilation are different and most importantly america's different the great american success story may face an uncertain future assimilation of current imigrants is likely to be slower less complete and different from the assimilation of earlier immigrants assimilation no longer necessarily means americanization frady's right he wrote this book over a decade ago and it is a fabulous book as well he said until the late nineteenth century those who chose to cross the atlantic usually had undergo long waits embarkation ports voyages of more than a month often incredibly crowded and unsanitary conditions aboard ship of the seventeen percent of those who left your died on the crossing steamships made the passage shorter safer more predictable but immigrant still had to risk the possibility that they would be among the fifteen percent or so who were turned back at ellis island i point this out because there was a host on cbs morning show who who said the statute of liberty that she must be crying lady liberty lady liberty turn back fifteen percent of those who got to lady liberty those who chose to cross the atlantic had to have the energy ambition initiative and willingness to take risks to confront and certainly in the unknown to suffer the substantial emotional fiscal and physical costs of difficult travel to attempt to establish a better life for themselves in a far off land about which they had little reliable information the vast majority of the people and their societies who did not migrate either lack these qualities are turned their talents and energies to other goals and he explains more of course but he points out and he cites arthur slesinger junior that these immigrants quote yearned to become americans their goals were escape deliverance and assimilation and he points out there's a lot less of that today and there is a lot less of that today elia politicians today to reject everything i just read to you because they in many cases are products of balkanisation they believe the future of the democrat party is tribalism and balkanisation the cobbling together minority groups whether it be ethnic religious racial whatever it is and that has become but we call the democrat party now the united america hey balkanized tribalize america this is why they take the position that they do and so there trashing the supreme court trashing supreme court justices now look that's okay but they're the ones they're the ones who have been horrified when people criticize the court system because they've controlled it for so long now when we return these this decision by the supreme court upheld the final executive order the presence the united states most of those lower court judges in the ninth circuit reversed by the supreme court today donald trump is right donald trump's lawyers were right donald trump is right about the constitution donald trump was right about statutory law donald trump was right about the power of the presidency when it comes to immigration and the delegation of authority from congress to the president planning power and he exercised that power constitutionally he exercised that power within statutory law and for months he was chastised for months he was attacked so whereas lawyers and i'm certain that none of these socalled media outlets that is the pseudo media or print corrections or give vocal corrections for the way they treated him and his lawyers and his administration who were in fact appalling the rule of law and the constitution the problem is of course as we've talked about at length the pseudo media is just that it is the progressives dressed up as reporters i'll be.
"kennedys" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"The kennedys the cops were basically i mean this is what the movie showing and it's based on the inquest in eighteen seventy inquests so i think they tried to do as many factual elements as possible in the movie it's showing the cops saying how can i help you senator what can we do for you this wasn't the laud income pounding down he got away with it you got was it a two months suspended sense something i mean a virtual slap on the wrist is fascinating and you don't you know with this kind of story you don't have to up the theatrics to make it look bad because on the surface of and this is why it matters because years from now as the headlines phase fade and if you actively search out the information online you'll find you'll find all the details of everywhere but as far as what you get to see avi streaming up watching cable tv oh there's chappaquiddick watching oh my goodness i forgot about that that's why hollywood makes these movies and that's what hollywood often makes movies with a liberal perspective because they know this is going to resonate and reflect on people for days and months and years maybe even decades that we'll be seeing these movies so to that point do you did you find the movie to be historically accurate to the deaths that i could tell i've been reading up in different accounts running different websites credible websites it makes them look cartoonish in evil i think a lot of reviewers would have some sympathy for the kennedys and say hey wait a minute this is a hit piece i don't think it is wow it's pretty fast and i can't wait to see it yeah i hope i haven't built up too much but this is the kind of movie i would go to irrespective of the total review and compounding.
"kennedys" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"And i will what about donald trump's number one cheerleader chicken head tommy lauren the little fox the fox news chicken head who went salted she compared a joe kennedy of the kennedys so looking like bruce jenner pre up this is on twitter this is a journalist she talking greasy lookout joe kennedy came up there would is live so greased out what the fuck is he doing no i'm gonna tell joe kennedy this right now if you're going to go up against trump you need to come see me and i know this sounds crazy why would he come see me joe kennedy if you go up there all com and chill and try to be all civil and nice and play by the rules you're gonna get kicked the fuck out a stage just like he did the other one i am urging an imploring any body that goes up against trump in the neck selection please come see me because you need to be able to verbally spor money had lip gloss up there kamal may that that's who you putting up daily duhalde boy got lip gloss talking all softener they'll trouble mop the floor with this i hate to say it but i agree with you and that's just because he's going to try to be like oh i'm a good old boy i'm a candy i you you need to go up there like it's 330 after school and you're having fight your backyard bully you got to be ready during the debates.
"kennedys" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Well what it said to me is the democrats are going back to work is going back to families that her run the democrat party for generations and if if the f after his speech debitcard still wonderful kennedy's in front of the american people i say go forward because i thought it was rambling and confused and was one of the things that i it was that type of thing that inspired both the sanders movement on the left in the trump movement on the right which is to say we want these people who have been running these parties for the past thirty or forty or fifty years because they're just not very good at it and he wasn't very good at it i thought that it was uh it was the type of thing the democrats had to be regretting after he gave his rebuttal hm any shed led to get your your views on the same question the choice of congressman kennedy any gained eight eight shells that the democrats want to go back to their roots the kennedys are long been apart a part of the democratic party but they also are very cognizant of the fact that their knack and just bieber throwing a famous name there's this idea that he was speaking spanish that he was talking about the mi2 movement that he said black lives matter that he talked about a a new chapter for democrats um but it's problematic i think it at least from for most of the experts that i talk to because they say that the kennedy name shows that they might be going back to just a crutch name to helped democrats make their case and that they really should pick someone of color of course the flip side of that is that he that that that the democrats that are also a my hose heard someone democrats comparing him now obama and saying that he had a fresh faith and he was someone that that the law that a large part of american people were not familiar with so this wasn't just throwing in some person who had been in congress for very long time this was kind of giving him a new a new look at introducing him to the country um so it it it it'll be hard to tell whether or not he take some new place in america and the american politics or whether or not.
"kennedys" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio
"Of that plessey the is it very very good blog and i'm gonna talk to him about what's happened in hollywood because he spends his time talking about the trash delivered by the mainstream hollywood elites that are helping to destroy the culture in this country and uh probably noone worse than that then harvey weinstein who is uh performed in uh produced every filthy dehumanizing integrating movie that's come out for the past 30 years and of course harvey weinstein studying largely would serve say he said eighty some victims come forward of sexual assault bill clinton's only had three that's not bad for bill clinton three rape victims are victims of his sexual assault and also kevin spacey now the numbers who kevin spacey's well into the hundreds i said hundreds bagged and the democratic party of course found no problems with any of that until they saw way to get rid of the presidency of donald j trump now they suddenly of a different stance and it's not about helping the victims of sexual assault for the democrats it's about keeping power whether it was the kennedys or clinton let's continue with more fullon becomes available one eight six six six four seven seven three three seven stay tuned for more built counting of the great american live with you two sms opportunities present themselves every day.