35 Burst results for "Linden Johnson"

How President Obama Gave Us President Biden

The Officer Tatum Show

02:02 min | 3 months ago

How President Obama Gave Us President Biden

"Obama since I already spoke about him earlier. Let me go ahead and work this in. Obama and this is the man knows how to campaign. Like him or not, I can't stand him. I think he was the worst president in American history. The reason why I say that and I realize there are bad presidents out there, Andrew Johnson, in my opinion, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon really screwed us as a Republican with the EPA and going off the gold standard and all these all these kinds of things Woodrow Wilson right, you'll hear you'll hear about him and Biden obviously is horrible and many people contend that Biden is the worst president ever. Obviously other people talk about Jimmy Carter as well. The reason why I think Barack Obama is is because he said a lot of the stuff that we're experiencing today and place. He set the foundation. Were it not for Barack Obama? We wouldn't even have a Joe Biden. He rescued Joe Biden. Joe Biden was nothing more than a corrupt crook, right? That's all he was. That's all he would have ever been. That would have been his legacy. Just a corrupt no good crook that was in Washington, D.C. for his entire life, never amounted to anything. Everyone there understood that the guy was complete and utter moron and a jerk, but Obama is the one that gave him the platform that he has essentially asked today. In my opinion, helped to resurrect him. But Obama said a lot of this stuff in place. This cultural arc system that you see, there were orders issued executive order so on it issued throughout his administration, the way that he would come out and talk about if I had a son, you know, he looked just like Trayvon. I'm like, he looked just like Trayvon. But what are you talking about? You have black half white. You're someone look like Trayvon. For God's sakes. I mean, just a little stuff like that. There's someone to look like Blake Griffin. I used to say, I don't even know where Blake Griffin is. You know, where Blake Griffin is. Now I don't even know where that. He plays for the Celtics. All right, so just nonsense like that.

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Dr. Ben Carson on Larry Elder's Power-Packed Documentary 'Uncle Tom 2'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:00 min | 4 months ago

Dr. Ben Carson on Larry Elder's Power-Packed Documentary 'Uncle Tom 2'

"Ben Carson, welcome to the program. I always a pleasure to be with you. I love talking to you about anything, but I have you on today specifically to talk about the new film. I've told my audience about it a bunch of times, Uncle Tom, to tell us what you can about this film because from my point of view, we have to re-educate America on American history and a big part of that, of course, is black history. And the level of either ignorance or disinformation that many of us have on the story of black America after the Civil War, it's almost unbelievable. So I want to congratulate Larry elder and you and everyone who's participated in this. But tell us about the film. Well, I was glad to participate in the film that Larry did. And it helps black people to see that you don't have to support Biden to be black. Like you said. Now you're putting your phrasing at negatively. You don't have to support Biden to be black. How about you can't support Biden if you're pro black? I mean, it's almost funny to me how crazy we are that we kind of act like we have to, well, I mean, you're saying it. I'm interrupting, but it's amazing how bad it is. It's been going on for decades and decades, roughly since Lyndon Johnson. Well, you know, so many people are corralled. By political correctness, by wokeness, by wanting to fit in. You know, I noticed this dramatically when I was in high school and inner city high school in Detroit. And everybody had talk a certain way you wear certain clothes. You do certain things. Or they call you names. And they ostracize you.

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Mark Levin: The Democrats Are Crooked, Corrupt Cheats

Mark Levin

01:25 min | 4 months ago

Mark Levin: The Democrats Are Crooked, Corrupt Cheats

"The Democrats are crooked they are corrupt and they are cheats That's the way the Democrat party has been since its founding Crooked corrupt Cheats Lyndon Johnson John Kennedy Just to name two But let's talk about now Let's talk about noun They spend millions and millions of dollars interfering in the Republican primaries To try and nominate individuals they think they can be I don't think they'll beat them but that's not my point Their goal is to try to nominate the Republicans that they claim to want right The Democrats don't have to fear that from the Republicans The Democrat party has a hitman a slip and fall ambulance chasing lawyer in my humble opinion by the name of Mark Elias Who organizes scores and scores of litigators in various localities and states To go to court to change the election laws to improve the chances for the Democrat party and the right careful about the kinds of cases they bring and where they bring them And that was a problem in 2020 as well

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"lyndon johnson" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

05:39 min | 4 months ago

"lyndon johnson" Discussed on WCPT 820

"They want a large body of working poor people who will just keep their nose to the grindstone, shut up, go away, stop demanding unions and all this other stuff. So that the rich buddies who own them, they're rich, the morbidly rich billionaires who own the Republican Party can walk away with basically no taxes. Excellent idea, Jeff. I'll put that on my list if I remember at the top of the hour for about possible future op-ed over at Harvard board. The impact of Rick Scott's plan on these small local hospitals all around the country. Because it will destroy them. You know, I lay out in my book the hidden history of American healthcare, how when in 1967, when Medicare was put into place, Medicare required hospitals to be racially integrated. And all the hospitals were like, okay, cool, no problem, because they figured they could just BS their way through it. Like they had through all the through Brown V board and everything else. And Lyndon Johnson and Lyndon Johnson got together with Martin Luther King. Seriously, the two of them, Martin Luther King and Lyndon Johnson, and they got a couple of civil rights organizations and they put together groups of black people all around the country who would visit hospitals and just with a phony illness and just try to get seen by a doctor and get turned away so that that doctor could so that that hospital would lose all its Medicare funds. And they did this to 30, 40 hospitals over the course of about four months in 1967 and within one year, every hospital in America was racially integrated. It was the most successful racial integration program in the history of the United States. And never gets any credit, nobody ever talks about it, but it was amazingly successful. You can find all the details on in the history of American healthcare. So those hospitals absolutely depend on that Medicare money. It is beyond just their profit margin. It is what keeps them alive. So your point, Jeff, brilliant. Thank you very much for that. Mike and lamida, California and Mike, what's on your mind today? Hey, Tom and by the way, you know that you fastest integration in Texas back then was the hometown of Lady Bird Johnson because LBJ called him up and said lady bird's going to be there in three days. And better see that hospital integrated. Oh, really? Yeah. I don't remember where I heard that. It was an authoritative source. Yeah. Just about an up that question yesterday about when was the last time the United States is attacked by a foreign military power. Of course, we had the invasion of the aleutians by Japan in World War II, and if you don't want to count that because Alaska was not a state, then you can go to February 1942. When a one by 17 submarine from the Imperial Japanese Navy surfaced in the Santa Barbara California area and fired 17 armor piercing shells into an oil field and refinery, the oh really, I didn't know about that. I knew about the balloon born firebombs with the Japanese on the forests here in Oregon and in Washington state that got covered up again. The ice 17 did pretty minimal damage, but it set off a real panic and the next night they had the battle of Los Angeles. So called a bunch of very nervous people were shooting at everything in the sky from birds to reflections of their own searchlights and was memorialized in the least one film movie that I have heard about. And I'm calling up about basically is this new tenancy and the Supreme Court to invest corporations which are legal fictions and potentially immortal as long as they keep profit with religion. And thereby being able to deny their employees any medical care that is against the corporations religion, including now the prep care to prevent HIV. Preventative administrations of medications. I'm guessing that probably going to go after the HPV vaccines next. Good luck with that. But the thing that strikes me so markedly about this is that it's sort of the tenants basic tenets of Christianity. And that the central parable of diabetes and Lazarus when Lazarus was this miserable fellow who was afflicted by all these illnesses and diabetes was the rich miser who wouldn't do a slightest little thing to relieve his anxiety. And then they both died and got the other side and guess what Davies was and very beautiful circumstances and rather Lazarus was in diabetes was suffering the consequences of it. So if Lazarus was the Jesus raised from the dead, it wasn't. A different last race. Oh, okay. Sorry. This was a parabolic last words. But I would take from that that the basic Tenet of Christianity is to have take care of people who are in a dependent

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Joe Biden Comes Forward With Massive Giveaway for College Borrowers

The Trish Regan Show

02:25 min | 5 months ago

Joe Biden Comes Forward With Massive Giveaway for College Borrowers

"What you find is that Americans are more indebted to these student loans than they are even to past due medical bills or even payday loan companies. The loan sharks are the darn student loans. And this was a government created thing. I mean, it's just so bad on every single level. It does encourage this sort of freeloader issue, but why pay them off if the government's going to do it for you. You're disincentivizing and demoralizing. I think a lot of people that are trying to do things right. But at the same time, we got ourselves in a situation that is all of the governments doing to begin with because the government somehow thought that it was a brilliant idea to send everyone to college regardless of whether or not they were really cut out for an academic career or not. Well, everybody had to go to college and since it was so expensive, they were just going to lend the money. Consequently, they helped drive up inflation and they ensured that lots of people graduated with lots of silly degrees and no ability to do anything or pay back the money that they had borrowed. I mean, it all started. I'll give you a little history lesson. And this had started back in the 1960s because president Johnson Lyndon Johnson really wanted to encourage more diversity in education, get more people going to college. I mean, if you went back to the early 1900s, did you know that only 10% less than 10% of Americans even graduated from high school? I remember my grandmother who grew up during a really challenging time during the depression, graduated from high school during the depression. She was so proud of that. She was so proud that she had graduated from high school because that was a really, really big deal when only less than 10% of Americans even had that opportunity. My grandfather, on the other side of the family, he didn't even finish 5th grade. Right, think about that. My grandmother, who he was married to, she also finished high school, so we had some good education chops on the female side of the family, but listen, these were different times, right? Very, very different times. And so understandably, way back when people thought it would be a really good idea, it would help our economy if we could have a more educated population and I don't disagree with that. The intentions were very good and very honorable. But how they went about it was kind of messed up along the way. Funny thing happened on the

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Joel Gilbert and Eric Discuss One of the Democrats' Biggest Lies

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 6 months ago

Joel Gilbert and Eric Discuss One of the Democrats' Biggest Lies

"You actually care about the black underclass in the inner cities in America, you would never ever, ever vote for a Democrat. This is the irony is that the Democrats have somehow been successful in selling the lie that they care about these people when the reality is. And this is the history of the Democratic Party going back to when they were, they were the pro slavery party in the 19th century. Obviously Lincoln rose up first Republican to stand against them. All through their history, they really have been the actual racists, but they have because of principally because of Lyndon Johnson in 65. They've been able to sell themselves as the party that cares for the poor people that cares for the people of color in the inner cities. And you're telling me, again, that we have tons of evidence that the opposite is the case. It's kind of amazing. I'm sorry that most Americans don't know this, but we need to know this. Yeah, well, what they've developed really since the 80s is the very racist idea that if they put as a frontman, someone who looks like them, another black person that black people will assume that the black person on the Democrat party ticket would have their interests and have their back. It's always proving the opposite. Barack Obama did nothing for minorities. Black people. He had to invoke race and drum up the Trayvon Martin thing in 2012 because blacks were even then not on board to vote for Obama again. So this is the concept that they pushed is let's get someone who's a frontman and that's what Michelle Obama did for the University of Chicago medical center. They hired her to keep blacks out of the emergency room because some of them didn't have insurance.

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Newt Gingrich Previews New Book 'Defeating Big Government Socialism'

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 7 months ago

Newt Gingrich Previews New Book 'Defeating Big Government Socialism'

"It's defeating big government socialism saving America's future This is it isn't it new it's now or never That's right And what drove me to write the book is I'm pretty sure we're going to win a performance based election because they're doing so badly in the Biden administration and the democratic Congress But if all you win is on performance that lets them come back later and say well those were just the personalities The ideas are really okay and give us another chance I mean we've been through this with Lyndon Johnson with Jimmy Carter Went through it with Barack Obama And in a sense what you have with Biden is a further left wing version of Obama and we want to we want to defeat the core ideas as well as defeating the people who have such terrible policies at a practical level and I learned this from a Margaret Thatcher who had set out to defeat socialism starting in 1975 when she became the opposition leader and she destroyed socialism as an alternative in Britain no left wing labor leader has become prime minister in 40 years And we need a campaign and this is the whole point of defeating big government socialism as a book We need a campaign that drives home this is not because Joe Biden has caught in the problems It's not because Kamala Harris has a weird laugh It's not because anyone see is just plain strange The things they believe in do not work their destructive they hurt Americans and they hurt America and we need to defeat the ideas they have as well as the policies

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The Left Continues Its Campaign Against Joe Rogan

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:11 min | 1 year ago

The Left Continues Its Campaign Against Joe Rogan

"The left continues its campaign against Joe Rogan and not able to get him on the issue of COVID. Oh, he's having, you know, he's putting out COVID misinformation. He's interviewing, admittedly, highly qualified epidemiologists and virologists, but you know, they're part of the conspiratorial gang that's telling lies about COVID. Well, that didn't work. So then the next line of attack, and this is a line that's still continues, and Joe Rogan is sort of, I won't say fed this, but he sort of given into it a little bit, is Joel Rogan has used the N word. Now, first of all, Joe Rogan has been podcasting and he's been out there doing his thing for years. He's just done a giant number of podcasts. And in 13 years, he has used the N word. A handful of times. Now, interestingly, Joe Rogan apologized for this. He said, I should never have used it. And fair enough. But it's also true that the taboo against the N word has intensified in recent years. And I remember, in fact, gave a talk at Debbie's Alma mater, Texas state. I was talking about Lyndon Johnson. I was quoting him and I literally used the N word about 20 times. Now, I wasn't using it. I was quoting Lyndon Johnson using it, but I nevertheless said it. And I said it because at that time, and there were a couple of people who know she's using the N word. I'm like, I'm not using the N word. I'm quoting LBJ using the N word. In any case, Joe Rogan did this. And Spotify has taken down those episodes, Spotify claims what Joe Rogan's consent. But either way, it makes it difficult to kind of go back and see what Joe Rogan actually said. Well, happily there's a guy who has done that. He goes back and he looks at Joe Rogan's use of the N word, and in every case, Joel wrote in no case as Joe Rogan actually expressing anything racist or using the N word in a racist way. He's discussing rap music or he's discussing what terms are okay to say and not to say and how certain things could be said and now can't be said. So there's really nothing here. Joe Rogan had nothing to apologize

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"lyndon johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"lyndon johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Local and state laws were put in place to keep white and black people segregated in public spaces across the American south As senators in favor of civil rights reform took the majority in the Senate southern senators opposed to those reforms used the filibuster more and more against all kinds of civil rights legislation including anti lynching laws that would have made lynching a federal crime Over the next few decades Congress debated almost 200 anti lynching measures not a single one passed So the filibuster had become more of a central part of the strategy that southern politicians engaged in in order to preserve the existing system of the south to maintain Jim Crow in the south In 1957 as the civil rights bill made its way to the Senate Lyndon Johnson who was the Senate majority leader at this time put a lot of time and energy into building enough bridges with southern senators to convince them not to filibuster the bill As a southern Democrat himself he was able to speak to their concerns It probably also helped that the bill had been heavily watered down The fact that they were able to afford this compromise I think it's very instructive about how the Senate operated even up to this point right It's sort of like you could forge this informal compromise and it would largely hold But a few years later when Lyndon Johnson was in The White House he faced a much bigger filibuster battle over the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Southern senators banded together and filibustered the bill for 54 days It was a grueling process to get over the kosher Volt threshold to end the filibuster.

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"lyndon johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"lyndon johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bridges with southern senators to convince them not to filibuster the bill As a southern Democrat himself he was able to speak to their concerns It probably also helped that the bill had been heavily watered down The fact that they were able to afford this compromise I think is very instructive about how the Senate operated even up to this point right It's sort of like you could forge this informal compromise and it would largely hold But a few years later when Lyndon Johnson was in The White House he faced a much bigger filibuster battle over the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Southern senators banded together and filibustered the bill for 54 days It was a grueling process to get over the closure vote threshold to end the filibuster And according to political scientist Gregory warrow the struggle required to pass it in the years of filibustered civil rights reforms leading up to it sparked a renewed push to reform the cloture rule And eventually in 1975 the Vogue count was changed from two thirds to three fifths lowering the amount of votes needed to end a filibuster to 60 A messy imperfect process that would only get messier in the 21st century The history of the filibuster is one where the obstructionists try new things And they see what they can get away with And oftentimes there's a response from those who are trying to move the Senate forward to use different maneuvers to crack down on what the obstructionists are doing That was Gregory waro speaking about the filibuster with throughline hosts rund Abdul Fattah and routine Arab Louis This is NPR news.

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Inflation Continues to Rise, Even With Altered CPI

Mark Levin

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Inflation Continues to Rise, Even With Altered CPI

"Inflation is rising the highest since 1982 Do you youngsters out there I want to remind you Ronald Reagan came into office Following Jimmy Carter Jimmy Carter created a horrific inflation situation Horrific We hadn't seen anything since Lyndon Johnson And Richard Nixon created a horrific inflation situation And it all results from massive government spending not tax cuts and the massive government spending You see the government can never take in enough money to cover it spending I don't care if you confiscate all the money from every rich person in the world It's not enough Try and trillions and trillions more And I've entitlement programs promises way into the future The consumer price index and inflation gauge that measures costs across dozens of items rose 7% in December from a year earlier The fastest pace since June 1982 Now just so you know the bureaucrats have tried to change the CPI So that it doesn't show the real cost of inflation but even having done that They can't hide it Now they say that was in line with economists estimates and stock market futures rose after the release Excluding food and energy so called core CPI was up 5.5% on the year the biggest growth since February 1991 Now why would you exclude food and energy

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White House group's annual Christmas ornament honors LBJ

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

White House group's annual Christmas ornament honors LBJ

"This this is is the the sixtieth sixtieth anniversary anniversary of of the the White White House House historical historical association's association's White White House House Christmas Christmas ornament ornament collection collection ornament ornament sales sales are are a a major major funding funding source source for for the the nonprofit nonprofit nonpartisan nonpartisan historical historical association association the the group's group's president president Stuart Stuart maclaren maclaren says says every every Christmas Christmas one one ornament ornament focuses focuses on on one one president president we we don't don't always always want want to to go go with with the the obvious obvious what what come come up up with with something something new new and and interesting interesting as as well well to to teach teach more more about about that that presidency presidency the the baby baby popularly popularly known known this this year's year's White White House House ornament ornament focuses focuses on on the the thirty thirty sixth sixth president president Lyndon Lyndon Johnson Johnson Lucy Lucy Baines Baines Johnson Johnson is is his his daughter daughter or or sister sister Linda Linda was was married married at at the the White White House House I I think think it it just just rang rang so so true true for for me me every every day day in in the the White White House House is is but but never never more more so so than than at at Christmas Christmas the the White White House House is is not not involved involved in in designing designing the the ornaments ornaments bestsellers bestsellers tend tend to to be be ornaments ornaments that that depict depict the the actual actual White White House House in in some some way way or or a a Christmas Christmas tree tree and and Donahue Donahue Washington Washington

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"lyndon johnson" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"lyndon johnson" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"That point, you had the same debate that we kind of have now, which is conservatives and Republicans in Congress are saying this is not Washington's role. This is going to turn into a mess if we give everyone vouchers to go to college, but you had Democrats who were saying, no, we need a civilian version of the GI Bill. We want everyone to have the opportunity to go to school. And so the compromise was student loans. It was basically a way to say, let's have people who want to go to college have the opportunity to go. But it's going to be their responsibility to pay for it. They will have to pay us back. And that's really when we first went down the path of student loans. And it just, you know, the program really went off track from there, which I can tell you more about, but I'll leave it there for now, yes. Yeah, because I think the GI bills are something that's fascinating too, because when you lay it out and, you know, I had older relatives that would tell me about it. And you're like, actually, this is an amazing package. And then you read further and you're like, oh, no way. Blacks were discriminated against. They didn't qualify for the GI Bill the same way other soldiers did. And then women would actually serve the military, but didn't qualify for at all. So, you know, sometimes you'll read about this stuff historically and you go, this is in the 1850s and the 1950s since this stuff is happening. And you're setting back people generationally when you're doing this kind of stuff. So moving to the position where it's really Lyndon Johnson because he himself was able to borrow money to go to school. I think his intentions are very pure, you know? It's hard for us at times to find politicians, you go, you can read his thinking the way you lay it out that he's like, we got to figure out a way to get money to students. How do we do this? And then the banks get involved. So how does the very beginning of a great thought and something that everybody was on board with immediately become toxic with the banks? Yeah, so yeah, I just want to reiterate. I think you're right that Lyndon Johnson, he would always think about how if he didn't have that $75 loan. $75, not 75,000, $75 back in when he was going to college. And he was a genius too. Yeah, yeah. You know, and even.

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"lyndon johnson" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"lyndon johnson" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"You shower up, you go have dinner and play poker in the evening. We also do some of the big events. We have the party poker million the original one. And we actually do. For four times three charters with four of those tournaments. And, you know, we do, we do. We've done, oh God, what's the name? Oh my God. The one from the Midwest who just made poker tour said it? No. Oh, the heartland. I didn't deal with the heartland poker too. We've done it where we've done some special events for people on the cruises. And you come back, you maybe there's a show that night. You want to take your wife or your partner to. You know, you want to make them happy too, so you can't be playing poker all the time. But there's so much for the non playing partner to do on the cruise ship. Everything is open. There's, you know, there's games every day. There's rich with lectures. And then Lyndon Johnson Linda Johnson and I on the first C day, which is usually the first day after the first sleep. We give limit hold lessons. And these are very basic, very like, this is the button. This is a blind. This is a card, you know, this is a chip. I mean, it's pretty darn basic. But we teach a whole lot of players how to play. And then they'll play a two four or three 6 game for the rest of the week. And I always call it the check and giggle. Because they don't want I don't want to bet you because, you know, you're my friend. I mean, they literally won't bet each other because they've all got to know each other. And it's so cute. And there's more laughter coming from that table. And we love our beginners. We love it. But we've also done some boot camps on crews. There's just about anything you can think of..

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"lyndon johnson" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"lyndon johnson" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"From people all say something that's political or whatever, and they'll and why did you do this? You had to know you would piss people off and go, what do you think I built this platform for? Like I didn't write these books and build this email list in this YouTube following on this Instagram following them, whatever, to then censor myself to not lose those people. I mean, the whole point of having it is to use it to say what I think is true. That is the job. The job of a writer or an artist or a thought leader, whatever you want to call it, is to explore and articulate what they think is true and believe to be important. So if you don't do that, because you see the numbers and the numbers tell you that it drives unsubscribes or unfollows or angry comments. You're not just being a coward, but you're betraying the whole reason for doing. Like there's an exchange with Lyndon Johnson as he's pushing through civil rights, which a whole bunch of other people were much more fervently in favor of than he. I mean, he's a southern senator he'd done basically nothing on civil rights. Most of his career, but what Johnson knew was how to get stuff done. Johnson knew how to get stuff done. So after the assassination of Kennedy, he decides like in memory of Kennedy, he's going to ram this thing through. And he thinks you can do it. And I think he does come to earnestly believe in the ideas, even though he'd been very slow to adopt them and perfectly fine to experience the benefits of segregated society for most of his life. But some aid comes someone says, you know, this is going to be politically disastrous. You're going to are you sure you want to do this blah blah blah. And he says, what the heck? He says, ah, what the hell is the presidency for? Like, if the you work your whole life, as he did, successive offices, offices offices, you slave away and obscurity. You finally get to wield the levers of power. And it's really important that people realize this. When you get that, when the game is in your hands, like when you're in control, your impulse is not now, I'm going to really do things my way, because if they were, you probably wouldn't have gotten to that point you would have done this earlier. So the impulse is not now that I have power. I'm going to use it to do the things that I believe in. That would be the courage thing. This is where the cowardice comes in and you go,.

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"lyndon johnson" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"lyndon johnson" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"Right. we're talking about godless cowardly men. Who was the first man to say be good. Your wise people get mad at christianity they always said Said wives submit to your husbands under the agreement that men be good to your wives. Love your wives be tender. Cherish your wife so when we talk about toxic masculinity. That's not a nate. That's men sinful nature where man is more physically powerful and a woman and if a man abuses that power that man is fully right but at one thing i will say as far as actual sort of masculine archetypes meaning the leader of the household meaning. Final decision meaning authoritative It definitely speaks more like black americans. That's something that is ingrained in the culture Where i've always disagree with really. I've always found that that that that with black people they were they respect powerful male which i think is a big reason that trump had a lot of appeal of black americans. I think it's within all men's nature when we are men yes and so we're attracted to masculinity we believe in but for black people since the monaghan report that came out. I think him sixty three or something. And lyndon johnson rejected the moynihan report. Daniel money or patrick monahan. Daniel patrick money. Johnson was an actual racist by the way. Yes he was commissioned to do a study and he came out with. This study was about investing in the black family that we're at a critical time and we need to invest in the black family lyndon johnson rejected that you and whip the completely different other direction model cities here the great society in and we're going to basically it was didn't stated but it was going to destroy the black we're going to incentivize not getting married. Yes and so black because of that decision and there was a crossword where we don't go invest in the black family are we going to go into the destruction of the destruction of it has created the black male. We have a matriarchal culture and society among black people. Yeah that's definitely. And i think a big part of that is also because you have a lot of fathers who aren't in the home. Yeah but i'm black. Women tend to. I guess you also probably haven't been in the white liberal guys huddles like the men are castrated. Black women are attracted to powerful men whereas all that's often seen as a negative in the white community. Now where it's you sit down. Shut up and listen and don't speak out and i don't think you see that as much i here's what you see. Repeat those words. Sit down shut up. Yeah and don't speak or something like that. That's what black women now say two black men. Well they haven't been to a black movie theater. No one sits down and shut up. That's you hear black women talking mostly true. I'm just telling we have a matriarchal. Culture society be optimal. I experienced this personally. My mother doesn't watch this but it's at the root of tension between me and my mother. I don't say this. I say this is a devoted. My mother's wanted greatest my other than mary. I don't know a better mother than what i had. But she's a matriarch I'm the ultimate patriarch. And since i've been paying your bills and everything for twenty five years. i really me and my mother clashed. She wants to be the matriarch. I don't allow us. But if your mom if your mom asks you mama to pick a man like a suit i don't know if she's in.

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"lyndon johnson" Discussed on Texas Take

Texas Take

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"lyndon johnson" Discussed on Texas Take

"And at that time when that senator spoke on the topic of the legislation they were against for forty four hours. I wasn't there for that. I was told the moment that the senator sat down the moment he retreated. He gave up the ran out. I guess that minute the senate passed the bill. Basically the same thing. This time around Senator carol alvarado from houston spoke for fifteen hours. Now if you were going to say this was just a gimmick. This is just some sort of a stunt. You might think that the what the senator would do is start talking at about six o'clock on one evening which she did and maybe talk till midnight or one am that way. It would be covered on the local news at ten. Pm around the state and might make the national news that there's a filibuster happening in texas over the voting rights thing. She talked for fifteen hours until right about nine o'clock the next morning as she was wrapping up and listen to what senator alvarado had to say in her closing statement and keep in mind when she sang this. She has been talking basically nonstop for fifteen hours. Now if you watched it like i did. I watched most of it. I did sleep at some point. But i watch most of other senators helped out by asking her questions and giving her a chance to Not talk for a few minutes at a time. But she couldn't drink any water. These are the rules No water Can't lean on your desk or anything. You have to stand up right and stay talking on the same topic for the entire time. Filibustering as she wrapped up. Senator alvarado was surrounded by democratic senators. And she pointed to the achievements of a great texan. President lyndon johnson. I reminded of his words on the day. Nineteen sixty five when he signed the voting rights act and when he said the vote is the most powerful instrument ever devised by man for breaking down in justice destroying the terrible walls which imprisonment because they are different from other men. It is on his legacy texas. Democrats in both chambers. Draw the line in the sand and say unapologetically and one accord the world to hear voter suppression. Anywhere is a threat to democracy everywhere. Thank you gratefully. Thank you mr president.

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Blame Joe Biden for the Rapid Rise in Inflation

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Blame Joe Biden for the Rapid Rise in Inflation

"I really don't know wear inflation's going to be but brian is going to now. Brian what what we do ask that. I think we shot ourselves in the american foot collectively you. It is amazing. I i literally did not expect to see this for months and the the the games. I'm sure you've already talked about it. the games in Washington dc. i'm. I'm like in shock trying to catch up with nobody knows what's in this thing But the the games that are playing you know we thought that if they got the trillion they wouldn't go so fast for three and a half. that's yep but they took they said give us another trillion and they did. They took it. What's going to happen to the economy. Taxes are going up on everyone a lot and don't believe this millionaire's only crap. That's not true. The grill deals in there. S ones in there. It's a nightmare. Yeah so if you go back and his you know people are saying is this. Lbj lyndon johnson is. This fdr That you know is that the new deal is the great society you know. This is the build back better. Great reset plan And if we kind of look back in history you know. I'm not trying to be. I'm not trying to say this are be happy. Talk here but but we were able eventually able to absorb those increases in government spending. We we were now the seventies we had lots of inflation. We had lots more unemployment. We went through a lot of pain but then once we got to reagan and and he's been into clinton things got a lot better so today if you kind of think about the cloud blockchain five g. rolling out sixty probably after that the starling satellite system going up the new biotech inventions. I mean we have were very productive immensely wealthy country

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"lyndon johnson" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"lyndon johnson" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Hundred percent believe that to be true we just had an election fraud like lyndon johnson stealing the senate race in nineteen forty eight from coke stevenson which is exact and now they brag about it now. They brag about landslide lyndon and how he stole that election or how he stole the election in sixty for john kennedy and how many dead people voted. This ain't funny the election integrity. They claim they're fighting for. They want to fight for the ability. Which is exactly what they want to cheat. Once you understand what we're up against you can't be nice to these bastards any longer. We cannot coexist peacefully with these people. You've got to understand that.

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"lyndon johnson" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"lyndon johnson" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

"I mean like i. I get sort of mad from the outside. Like get your people come on schumer. Come on biden like collect your people get them under control. you know. mcconnell wouldn't let this happen so but then i think what do you do these mansion in cinema. This is a degree of malevolence. That what do you do. How do you fight it. So i don't i wouldn't have. I don't have a plan. My own plan from the outside is pull it together. People be be a party a party with a tiny majority that is one health crisis away from. It's not a real majority right. And i mean even in numbers. It is one health crisis away from a minority. One idea of. I think he could do it. Okay but it's it is the again it's old school politics and that the kind that we like but I remember lyndon johnson getting all those southern democrats tive over the civil rights Bill and all of that and he just brought them in one by one six five or whatever and just powered over them and just got out his finger and wagged and said. This is what you're gonna do. But i don't like that. I'm not suggesting that by well. There's also i mean what is what it who's who's their god right. Because i don't know maybe i got. Yeah because who's mansions god because i know what it is. It's money money right you you bring them in and you buy them off you go old school on this and you buy them you. Don't buy them off by getting mansion a yacht and cinema some resort property in mexico. That's not how you do it. You they wanna get reelected and the best way to do that is just have them come in and just say tell me whatever it. Is you need for west. Virginia what do you need for arizona. You talk about pork. I've got so much pork to give you. It's it's limitless. And so what can i do. And who would be opposed actually to making west virginia better state better for its poor people arizona. Just say what do you need because we need your votes to get this voting rights thing past. We need to pass the infrastructure stuff. And you've got to do this. And and i am willing to give you things that are not in this budget. I'm gonna put them in the budget. And i'm going to tell all the democrats they've got to vote for it. Just make your list. Give me the list. Just gimme the list. Does this sound the sound like mike. Don't go back to those days. Don't do that right. no. I mean. I don't i don't love that..

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"lyndon johnson" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"lyndon johnson" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"They want us to think the same way. This is what they did to black folks. Back when lyndon johnson my movie runaway slave dealt with this lyndon johnson prepared the way for The naacp the jesse jackson's you name them to create a hustle that would round up black folks and corral them for over sixty years now and this is the evil that has fallen upon us is that they are taking away. The individual the individual from the citizen who is an american and american is an individual he. He doesn't think the same way he doesn't walk. That's what makes our country so unique that even you may be the same color but each one of us have our own different purpose and all of us are a purpose with a name here in. I gotta run sale but I will tell you your messages. Powerful greg same thing. Thank you both Thank god most people do have good hearts. Thank you both for being with us. Eight hundred nine. Four one sean. Your calls are next. Buck jesse kelly next from six till nine on seven ten w along.

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Democrat Presidents Have a History of Promoting Propaganda

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 1 year ago

Democrat Presidents Have a History of Promoting Propaganda

"I want to remind you of a few things. Those of you who listened over the years and have read some of these books I've written over the years. This is not the first administration. To try and take out their political enemies and criminalized Politan. Woodrow Wilson was the first they create a whole propaganda machine. And he used a man by the name of Bearnaise. You know, like the like the sauce anyway, His name was Bearnaise. He wrote a book called Propaganda. But before that, he spoke about it. He wrote about it and Propaganda wasn't a bad word back then. And so what? And so Wilson decided to use him and Some of the surrogates. Propaganda. For what he wanted to do in World War one, the League of Nations race and the rest of it because Wilson One of the founding fathers of the so called Progressive movement was a racist in the sensation ist who Resegregated, the military And he supported the Klan. A Democrat, A so called progressive Franklin Roosevelt used propaganda use the IRS. He used the FBI to intimidate, silence his opponents and send some of them to prison. One of the greatest presidents we've ever had just asked the Democrat Party. Lyndon Johnson. And I'm skipping over a few.

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"lyndon johnson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"lyndon johnson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Lyndon Johnson specific leader. You're with Overhand. We spent By one estimate. $22 trillion since then. Poverty has pretty much flat line. What hasn't flatline his percentage of kids Out into the world without a father married to the mob mother hasn't flatline. It's condescending. It's insulting. It's demeaning to all the hard working men and women, black men and women. Who overcame all of these obstacles. I told you before 1940 87% of blacks lived below the federally defined level of poverty 1940. 20 years later, that number had fallen to 47%. A 40 point dropped in 20 years. Greatest 20 year period of economic expansion for black Americans in history. Yeah. 19 forties 1960. Before the Civil Rights Act of 1964. For the Voting Rights Act of 65. For the Open Housing act of 68. Brown versus Board of Education wasn't it wasn't until 1954 How did this happen in a country that was clearly more racist than it is right now? Help. It's called hard work. Family integrity. Perseverance. We talked yesterday about Dunbar High School. 18 99. Washington D. C. All black. Sent more people to colleges and universities in the other two all white high schools in the same city. Told you yesterday. Thomas Soul Was raised in East Harlem. He said he was the on Lee family in his neighborhood on Lee won. Not to have a father in the house. School, He went to an East Harlem competed academically with E. Schools on the Lower East side. They were primarily Irish and Italian or other Children of Immigrants. Children were 2nd and 3rd generation immigrants. And Joe Biden is attributing all the problems we have right now to slavery and Jim Crow. How incredibly insulting Which also means I'll.

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David Rice Atchison: President For A Day?

Everything Everywhere Daily

06:10 min | 2 years ago

David Rice Atchison: President For A Day?

"Rice was a democratic senator from the state of missouri. He served in the senate for twelve years from eighteen. Forty three to eighteen fifty five. He had a reputation for being extremely pro. Slavery he owned. Slaves supported all of the slave state issues in the run up to the civil war and when the war finally commenced he served in the confederate army as a brigadier general commanding missouri troops. So he's not the finest of people to sit in the upper chamber of congress. Quite frankly if it wasn't for the events that i'll be discussing this episode david. Rice atchison would probably be mostly forgotten to history i. I came across his name years ago and children's book of fun facts which said that he was the president of the united states for one day. This fact has been repeated on and off for over one hundred and fifty years in fact the words president of the united states for one day are on his tombstone in missouri as sort of a testament to his greatest achievement. So is this true. Was david rice. Atchison really the president of the united states for a single day to answer the question. We need to understand exactly what happened in the election of eighteen. Forty eight week party. Candidate zachary taylor comfortably. Defeated democrat lewis. Cass and free soil candidate. Martin van buren incoming president. James polka made a pledge to seek a single term in office and he honored that pledge by not. Running taylor was a career military man who had never expressed any political opinions prior to the election. And in fact he had never voted. He had a great deal of success as a general during the mexican american war which led to his popularity in calls for him to run for president. He wasn't fact recruited by both the whigs and the democrats. The two major political parties at the time to seek office prior to the passage of the twentieth amendment to the constitution the president and all members of congress would take office at noon on march fourth. This lengthy lame duck period made more sense when everyone had to travel by horseback. And that's why was eventually changed. Nonetheless march fourth was the date everyone took office in eighteen forty nine march fourth landed on a sunday. Zachary taylor being a devout man. Didn't want to have his inauguration ceremony. Take place on the sabbath so he postponed one day until monday. March fifth is vice. President millard fillmore also delayed his oath of office until march fifth according to the law at the time which was the presidential succession act of seventeen ninety to the next person in line to the presidency after the vice president was the president pro. Temporary of the united states senate. The vice president is technically the president of the senate. The president pro temporary is the person who presides over the senate when the vice president is not present. The president temporary was david rice. Atchison at the time the position was actually a competitive election today. The president pro temporary is just the senior ranking member of the majority party in the senate. So the argument is that because neither zachary taylor nor millard fillmore didn't take the oath of office on march fourth and waited until march fifth that they weren't president from noon on march fourth until noon on march fifth. That means that the next in line would have been the president pro. Temporary of the senate david rice. So is this true and does this argument. Hold water. The answer is pretty clear in the answer is no and there are a whole bunch of reasons. Why this is the case. I while the constitution does stipulate that the president and the vice president must take the oath of office it only says quote before he enters upon the execution of his office unquote. This is legal hair-splitting but it means before president can do anything presidential e- sign a law. Appoint officials signed a treaty etc. They must i take the oath of office however they can still be the president before taking the oath to illustrate the point. President kennedy was shot at twelve thirty pm on november. Twenty second nineteen sixty three. He was declared dead at one thirty three. Pm and lyndon johnson took the oath of office on air force one at two thirty eight pm. The moment president kennedy was dead. Or at least claire dead. Lyndon johnson became the president in the same way that someone becomes a king the moment the old king dead even if they haven't been coronated. The oath of office is just a way to legally unlock the powers of the presidency after becoming president. As i said this is legal hair-splitting and for all practical purposes it doesn't really matter but for the twenty four hour period before the oath of office zachary. Taylor was the president. If there was an emergency you could have quickly taken the oath of office in private and without a public ceremony and dealt with the crisis as president. The second argument as to why atkinson was never president is that he never took the oath of office. Either if taylor is in president. Because he didn't take the oath of office than atkinson also can't be president by the same logic. The third argument is that he officially wasn't the president pro. Tempore e of the senate. He was the president pro temporary during the previous session of congress. His term expired on march fourth at noon. Just like the presidential term. Did he needed to be reelected again. On march fifth which he was moreover. This wasn't the first time that this had happened in eighteen. Twenty one james monroe delay taking the oath by a day for the exact same reason yet known assumes that someone else was president for a day at johnson himself never claimed to be president at the time. No one seriously thought he was the president. And there's nothing in the congressional record to indicate that he was there are no constitutional scholars presidential historians or even atkinson's owned biographer. Who thinks that he was actually president at best. If you applied a very strict rule to the taking of the oath to become president then you could maybe say that there was a one day interregnum where there was no president but it doesn't follow that atkinson was president.

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"lyndon johnson" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"lyndon johnson" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Of black Americans, which they also viewed as lagging behind that there be an increase in the national minimum wage so that men may live in dignity. So there were 10 demands of the march on Washington. And if I remember correctly, number nine was for an expanded fair Labor standards Act that covered all employment and number eight was for a $2 national minimum wage at the time, which today translates to over $15 an hour when you adjust for inflation, Okay, so When Congress amended the Fair Labor Standards Act in 1966. What was the result of that Lyndon Johnson when he signed the 1966 Fair Labor Standards Act amendments into law? Expanded coverage to agriculture, retail services hospitals, schools, all of these sectors that had been excluded from the original 1938 Long way have included More than nine million new workers. Injury higher minimum wage. First of all black workers were overrepresented in the newly covered sectors. A result of the law was that the wages of workers in his newly covered sectors Improved substantially, and the improvements were twice as large for black workers as they were for white, the expansion of minimum wage coverage alone. Explains about 1/5 of the reduction in racial inequality in the post civil rights era. The last time the federal minimum wage was raised was 2009. Can you give us a picture of who makes the federal minimum wage in the U. S today? As of 2019, about 2% of workers were paid the prevailing federal minimum wage of 7 25 an hour. The law that's being proposed today in terms of its impacts on workers and which workers has a lot of echoes with the expansion of minimum wage coverage in the 19 sixties. At that time expansion in coverage affected about 20% of the workforce. 30% of black workers and actually, the raise The Wage Act of 2021 would also affect about 20% of U. S workers. And about 30% of black workers. The raise the wage Act gives up to 33 million Americans. A long overdue raise right? Nobody in America, not in the north, the south, the east of the west, who can survive on $7.25 an hour be a national minimum wage of $15 an hour. No. One working 40 hours a week. Should live below the poverty line. That increase in the minimum wage would disproportionately benefit black workers. We think that that could reduce racial inequality today, which is still a very high levels. You mentioned that the minimum wage they were calling for at the march on Washington? That's equivalent of more than $15 an hour today. What does that say to you? Tells me that it's an evergreen demand in some sense, but also that Both policy and the institutions that Represent workers or that increase the bargaining power of workers have been on the decline. We know that unionization rates in the U. S or an all time low. We know that the federal minimum wage has been stuck at 7 25 for over a decade, which means that it's been declining in real terms because of inflation. We also know that If the minimum wage had tracked productivity's games since the sixties, it would be much, much higher. Today. Part of the demands of the march on Washington was for a $2 national minimum wage. That's over $15 an.

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"lyndon johnson" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:39 min | 2 years ago

"lyndon johnson" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Glen used the promo code Glenn and you're going to save 30% So last night when you go back on the blaze, or I think is it on YouTube parts of it on YouTube? I think Um You could go back and you can see the full analysis. And we'll show you who's in bed. Big tech. Big time all of the people that were instrumental in whatever was happening in Ukraine. They're leading the show now. There's also something else that's really, really important lot of people will say the great reset. It's not gonna happen now. You're never going to get it through even with this Joe Manchin. He's not gonna vote for any of this Green new deal stuff. I'm telling you right now it's going to happen at a breathtaking pace. How could they do it? Last night of the beginning of the show, I showed the partnership between government and corporations that have already begun the public private partnership. Silicon Valley is merely the first to reveal themselves. I'm gonna show you a document here that I was shocked that when I when I picked it up in the Mercury Mercury one library This is a document. I'm showing it on Blaze TV, but it is signed by Lyndon Johnson. It is a thank you letter in 1964 to the governor of California, thanking him for the very construction, very constructive suggestions. On proposals to channel additional federal resource is to California. With a federal state local fiscal relationship, public private relationship. The governor had an idea and he said, We need your help. We need your help, because we're gonna build a huge RND center. This letter. Is the beginning of Silicon Valley. The public private partnership that is now come to full fruition. This. He's from Lyndon Johnson in 1964. These things can be good. They also can be very, very bad when they're out of control, and they are. But Silicon Valley is just the first to reveal themselves. Finance is going to be next. I want to show you what's happened This week, Stripe is announced that they've stopped processing payment for President Trump's campaign website. This is a very important and scary development is a sign of what's to come. Rational. Regular Democrats, not Marxist revolutionaries. But the average Democrat that might have voted for Joe Biden because I think all things they're going to be sane. They don't understand that. That this is not about Donald Trump. This is now about silencing anyone who opposes I Beg you to pray for safety for this president and the next president and all those in Washington and all over our country. Inauguration day must be peaceful. Otherwise, it's going to mean everything. I've warned you is going to happen as soon as next week. If it's not peaceful, please pray and beg. For God's forgiveness and protection and mercy. So stripe in case you don't know Stripe handles all the credit card payments. I mean, if you let's say you subscribed to I don't I don't know. The Daily Journal, The Conservative Daily Journal, they might use stripe. Process all of the credit card numbers. They keep them. It's all secure. They take it out of the credit card, and they give it to the company that's using stripe. Okay, without stripe, or a company like stripe in Stripe is the best. You have nothing. You can't process anything You can't say. Well, give me your credit card. You have to say Lick a stamp. Put some money into it and send it to us, okay? Now. When a company that doesn't comply. Can they have their online payment processing canceled? Can they do that? Well, we went to stripes website stripe condemn a business prohibited or restricted. If now, listen to this, this a very high wire that they have toe You have to. You have to jump over to get canceled. One. You're in illegal business. Got it. To your heavy, heavily regulated that would be guns that would be banking. Three. Your shady and that's in parentheses. I mean in and quotation marks your shady The hell does that mean? Uh, four. You're financially risky. I don't know what that means. Five. You attract money laundering? Okay. I think we're cool with that one. What does that mean? Exactly? And six, the most important If you pose a brand risk for stripe. Mm. So they're open about it. They're open about it. You start to you know if we got to start getting heat from for doing business with you were out. Okay, This is huge. Any one of those well, illegal and probably attracting money, laundry any one of these things? To get anybody that is selling anything on Etsy or anything, get you shut down. Now, how does this relate to the great reset Because the great reset is all built around climate change. So you'd have to be a pretty big climate change activists to be part of what is I believe coming. Well, here's the, uh Here's the Here's the latest headlines, Stripe will pay $1 million a year to take carbon out of the year. So they are like an older, uglier corporate version of grated Bloomberg. It was announced two days ago that Deutsche Bank is dropping Donald Trump from any future business again again, another sign of what's coming. Deutsche Bank If if they say they're not going to do anything with Donald Trump. Do you think Citibank is going to help hold.

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Biden signs executive orders addressing the economy

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:38 min | 2 years ago

Biden signs executive orders addressing the economy

"Biden has turned to executive orders in his first days of office says he looks to address the economic crisis brought on by the pandemic. He's also pursuing a massive coronavirus aid bill Can Walsh White House and political analyst for U. S. News and World Report joined w. T. O. P S John Aaron to break down Biden's first few days in office and some of the past presidents he resembles well particular FDR going back a long way to 1933 when he first became president. He had a huge depression to deal with the worst economic calamity we've ever had, and his philosophy was similar to what Biden seems to be doing action action action. The country wanted the president to do something to act boldly. And you seeing that with President Biden again today with executive orders. They're going to continue indefinitely pushing this $1.9 trillion stimulus bill moving to try many different things to get the economy corrected, but mostly to get the coronavirus under control and to get the vaccines out. That's his first priority right now. And probably should be given how difficult that issue is for people to deal with very quickly on Lyndon Johnson. Of course, he took over after President Kennedy was assassinated. He also wanted to show action himself, particularly in areas of diversity and racial justice with writing is also doing so. I would say those two presidents come to mind and you see a lot of echoes in what Biden is doing when you compare them to Franklin Roosevelt and Lyndon Johnson. The president, of course pitches himself is a compromise or experienced in the Senate. But we're hearing that some Republicans say there's no way they're gonna go for some of the elements and at one point trillion $1.9 trillion.8 bills. So where does this go? I think the thing we have to remember here, of course, is that this is vital opening bid in his attempt to get a lot of this legislation through. He's been around a long time. 36 years in the Senate years as vice president, he is known as a guy who knows how the Congress works. And so I think we have to realize that this is his the start of the neck. Negotiations started the deal making there are not good signs from the Republicans that they'll go along with him. There's a lot of pushback of the same time he's getting the sense from the left on his in his party to push further in government activism, and so on, So it is a difficult line. He's walking here, but I think That there's the potential particularly initially here that he will come to some kind of a compromise. It'll be difficult, but what he's got out there now is sort of the whistle ist. I think when he gets to the real bargaining, I think he's gonna have to borrow back off from a lot of that. But I think it's possible

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"lyndon johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"lyndon johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hardly a day in office that has not been dominated by this all embracing struggle. This conflict between those who love freedom And those who would lead the world back into slavery and darkness. In his farewell, Truman did something most outgoing presidents do. He wished to successor well in urged Americans to support him. Dwight Eisenhower followed Truman into the White House. He was a five star general who helped plan the D Day invasion. But as president when he left office, he did so with this warning. The councils of government. We must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence whether sought or unsought. By the military industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists. And will persist. We must never let the weight of this combination in danger our liberties or democratic process. Eisenhower spoke on January 17th 1961 3. Days later, John F. Kennedy was inaugurated. His presidency ended with his assassination in Dallas in 1963 and his vice president Lyndon Johnson took office. Johnson's presidency saw historic progress on issues like civil rights but dogged by Vietnam. He decided not to run for reelection in 1968. So we used the 1969 state of the union message to say goodbye. I hope it may be said 100 years from now. By working together. We help to make our country more just More just for all of its people. As well as to ensure and guarantee the blessings of liberty. For all of our posterity. That's what I hope. But I believe That At least it will be said. That we pride Richard Nixon followed LBJ into the White House, but his presidency ended in the Watergate scandal. His emotional farewell to members of his administration and the White House staff was.

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"lyndon johnson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"lyndon johnson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Between government and citizen. Ties the hands of government. As opposed to a suggestion box, a living breathing document that could be interpreted depend upon to think upon the political winds of the day. You want a tough foreign policy, or do you have The attitude off Strength through peace. As opposed to peace through strength, which worth the approach. Of Ronald Reagan and typically the Republican approaching last several decades. Believe it or not, at one time on foreign policy. There was very little different thing that Democrats Republicans, I urge you to go back and look at the debate between Nixon and Kennedy. We're all on YouTube. They're very boring. They're boring because the differences between the two parties, these two politicians, anyway were minor. Hasn't differences about how to dispose of Japanese islands. There was a different over how big Russia was how many nuclear missiles Russia had But they were both Cold War warriors. They both war war to vets. Kennedy was 100 believe in the Second Amendment. Very likely was Anti abortion, Although abortion was not an issue, then Because the issue was done in the states. We're gonna be Do you want more government regulation or your climate change alarmist. You want to force feed a Fossil fuel based economy into one this based upon so called renewables. Even though they're not practical. Not cost effective. If those are your views. Limited government. Personal responsibility. Secure borders, Strong national defense. The Supreme Court. And district and appellate judges that respect the constitution. You know Thurgood Marshall? Was the N double A c P lawyer who Prosecuted the Brown versus Board of Education case that overturned separate but equal. He was a masterful lawyer. First black justice. The Supreme Court appointed by Lyndon Johnson. He once said. Don't pay attention to the law. Just do what's right. And I wait until the law catches up. Are you kidding me?.

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"lyndon johnson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"lyndon johnson" Discussed on KCRW

"Thank you. Thank you. Congratulations. My major major will be the first dog to go from a shelter to the White House. But he follows in the footprints of another rescue dog, Yuki, He is the friendliest And the smartest and the most constant in his attentions of all the dogs that I've known. That's President Lyndon Johnson, whose daughter picked up the pump at a gas station in Texas. Do you want to go? Oh, yeah. 00. Come on. Oh, Oh, you silly down. The Delaware Humane Association is holding a virtual in dog oration for the first dog elect on Sunday to benefit the shelter. Major is highlighting adoption. I think also, it's shining. The light on all the resource is that animal shelters bring to a community. So if you need pet food because you're struggling where you need locals, vaccinations to keep your healthy all of the things that people need. They should see their shelters, a resource. Carol says, If major is good enough for the White House, a shelter dog is good enough for your house. All right, So there's a long history of giving personal advice Using the mass media. Dr Joyce Brothers was a psychologist on TV. Starting the 19 fifties, She opened the door for others, Dr. Ruth Dr Phil Dr Drew and now on the live streaming platform twitch. There's Dr K NPR's Andrew Lyne Bond looks at how Dr K addresses mental health for an online community. Just a warning. This piece addresses mental health issues, including suicide. Doctor Kay is on twitch talking to a streamer who goes by half Ooh, my entire gaming career. I've always had people tell me I don't deserve it. And she's talking about insecurities. She's faced being a woman in the male dominated space of video games and then feeling bad for feeling and secure. Dr K offers this so I think that what you have is this ball of undigested emotion. Doctor Kay says emotions and hurt from half past feed into how she reacts to things today. Hurts, and what I'm telling you is that it's in my experience, and I feel pretty confident about this. You can digest that emotional energy, And once that emotional energy has been digested, the insecurity is gone. Unprocessed emotions are a common theme in the healthy Gamer G Twitch channel, where Dr K will talk to guests in front of his more than 400,000 followers. And ask them about their.

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Bellwether no more? Ohio misses presidential pick for first time since 1960

Dave Fox Home Remodeling Show

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Bellwether no more? Ohio misses presidential pick for first time since 1960

"It's a bit of a history lists and when it comes to the presidential election in Ohio now that the media has declared Joe Biden, the presumptive winner of the presidential election, and if those numbers hold up, Ohio will have lost its status of being a bellwether state. 1960 election. The last election in which Ohio did not pick the winner of the Buckeye State going for Richard Nixon over John Kennedy that year, But starting in 1964, when Lyndon Johnson won, Ohio was picked a winner in every election since until now. I'm Tom Moore.

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Trump and Biden make final pitch to voters at last debate

Morning Edition

04:23 min | 2 years ago

Trump and Biden make final pitch to voters at last debate

"All right. We're going to turn now to our team of political strategist to get their take on what happened last night. We heard from Democratic political strategist Karen Finney and Republican strategist Scott Jennings yesterday ahead of the debate, and they are here again this morning. Good morning to you both. Good morning. Scott. I want to start with you. You said yesterday you thought the mute feature of the ability to mute the candidates. Different intervals could actually work in Trump's favor. You called it a medicine that would help him because it would let him make his economic argument. Did it work? Did that happen? Yeah, It's always fun being right and Donald Trump last night, you know whether it was the mute button or whether it was his own personal self control. Finally. He actually let Joe Biden talk, and I think it also let Donald Trump think about what he wanted to say next, which then caused them to actually have a choice. Sort of a debate over policy, which is the way trumps always needed this election to be framed up. Now it's late. A lot of folks have already voted or made up their minds. But finally, for one night, we actually had a debate over policy, and Donald Trump sounded pretty good. So can what do you make of that Because some Republicans are supporters of President Trump had reportedly said, You know, we just need here. Joe Biden speak that He'll essentially forgive him along enough piece of rope that he'll hang himself. We'll make some kind of Gaff. What did you make of having that the space that move between them and the ability to let them both talk didn't work, divided? Well, I think it actually worked to both of their favor. I'm willing to say that and congratulations, God, I thought of you, actually, not without being so disciplined. I thought it's Scott actually talk to him because you know, and it does matter. I mean, look, my other critique. Obviously, most importantly of President Trump's performance was that a lot of what he said was still untrue. But you know, one of the things as communicator we know is that the tone of the style of what you say matters and and I certainly think the space between them aloud for more of a conversation. I certainly thought that Vice President Biden also had an excellent night. In that, you know, he was ableto be clearly talking about substance as well. I think a number of the hits from President Trump really didn't seem tto land. Quite so well. And there were a couple of pretty cringe worthy moments like the conversation about Children who had been separated from their parents that despite his demeanor, I don't think worked well for Trump and I think Again. Gave Biden the space to actually have a comment about that. Instead of just, you know, the kind of behavior we saw in the first debate. So I want Oh, I wantto ask about one particular moment. The moderator Kristen Welker of NBC, asked President Trump what he would say to Americans. Who have not liked how how he has talked about race or seem to exacerbate racial divides in this country, and this is how he responded. Let's by the state. Nobody has done more for the black community and Donald Trump. And if you look with the exception of Abraham Lincoln, possible exception, but the exception of Abraham Lincoln. Nobody has done what I've done. I mean, Republicans believe that Scott it discounts the actions of several previous presidents. I mean, Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act in 1964, ending segregation. Yeah. I mean, I could do without the the bravado and the hyperbole about Abraham Lincoln. However, if you was that entire exchange, Donald Trump actually does have a story to tell When you talk about criminal justice reform and his support of the historically black colleges and universities, the economic numbers prick over it. He has a story to tell. And then he pivoted and said, What did you do while you were in office for the last eight years under Obama for for your 47 year career and actually take it take out the hyperbole about leaking, which, by the way, has always been patently ridiculous. The story. He could tell about what he did not too bad. So, aside from that I was happy with the case he brought on that.

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Politicians, Constance Baker Motley

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:16 min | 2 years ago

Politicians, Constance Baker Motley

"Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia Britannica. Today's politicians but most of her life fighting for civil rights, she put her life at risk to change the course of American history, but she's often left out of history books. Let's talk about Constance Baker Motley. Constance Baker Motley was born on September fourteenth nineteen, forty one in new haven connecticut she was one of twelve children born to working class immigrant parents from the West indies. Constance. Was a bright child who grew up attending integrated schools and quickly fell in love with reading. She didn't learn much about black history in school. But what she did learn about civil rights leaders inspired her she decided she wanted to become a lawyer, but constance couldn't afford higher education. She took a job as a maid for a while before moving on to work for the National Youth Administration an organization focused on providing work an educational opportunities for young adults. Constance was giving a speech at a local community center one evening when her oratory skills impressed a wealthy white philanthropist. He, offered to pay for constants college tuition. So in nineteen, forty, one constance began attending college at Fisk University in Nashville. She later wrote that the train ride down to Tennessee was the first time she experienced overt racism and Jim Crow laws after being forced to ride in a broken down segregated train car, it was a perspective changing moment for constance two years into her attendance at Fisk Constance transferred to New York University and finished her bachelor's degree in economics. Then in nineteen, forty, four constance became the first black woman to be accepted to Columbia law school. After graduating from Columbia in nineteen, forty, six constants worked for the NWC peas legal staff under Thurgood. Marshall who later became a court justice over the course of her work at the N. double ACP constance assisted with almost sixty cases that ended up reaching the Supreme Court. She also personally argued ten supreme court cases and one nine. Constance is work integrated multiple southern state universities putting her toe-to-toe with racist governors determined to bar black students from schools. She also helped protect the right to peaceful protests and opened up parks for. Black. Americans. She did all that despite the sexism and racism personally experienced during her legal career. Some judges actually turned their backs on her and refused to hear her speak. But Constance didn't let others biopsies bar her from success. Her work made her a key player in the civil rights movement and she even occasionally represented Dr. Martin? Luther. King Junior. Constance was constantly in danger when she was working in the south racists threatened her life and the lives of other prominent figures in the black community constance was barred from staying in hotels. So she had to stay with local activists, but even that didn't make her feel completely safe her friend Mississippi civil rights leader Medgar. Evers. was murdered his own driveway. So in nineteen, sixty, five constance left her work in the south and moved back to New York City. Shortly thereafter, she became the first black woman to serve in the New York State Senate. She was also elected president of the borough of Manhattan which made her the first woman in that role. During her time as a politician constance focused on raising up under served communities in the city like Harlem and East Harlem in nineteen sixty, six president Lyndon Johnson appointed constance to the US. District Court in the southern district

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What Trump's Covid-19 diagnosis means for the country

Saturday Morning Update with Rick Fowler

10:08 min | 2 years ago

What Trump's Covid-19 diagnosis means for the country

"Were always joined on Saturday morning by John Gizzi. He is the White House correspondent and chief political columnist of newsmax dot com and Newsmax TV, John. Good morning. Good morning, Rick. And what a night it wass. Well, obviously, we're following the latest developments on President Trump and his diagnosis with covert 19. What is the latest you're hearing on the president. The president is resting comfortably at the Walter Reed Hospital where yesterday he left the White House. And arrived at the hospital. I might and he left the White House in his usual business suit looking as he always does. Uh, this is not someone who has been felled by the virus. But simply has symptoms of the Corona virus, and he will rest there until doctors say he can come out. Which effectively scotches the debate. Scheduled for October. 15th. But it doesn't mean he's going to be in the hospital through the rest of the campaign, and we may see a newer and better Donald Trump emerged from Walter Reed. For now, all signs are that he's resting and that this is not anything that Americans should be nervous about. John. We know the Corona virus hits each individual differently, assuming the best for the president, where he quarantines for the 14 days and gets through this What is the impact on the campaign for the impact on the campaign is that right now there's an absentee candidate that the president cannot have is make America great again Rallies. He cannot debate He cannot issue pronouncements, although one as the impression after covering Donald Trump for the past four years that no hospital and no confinement Ooh! Ah hospital bed is going to keep him away from his tweeting. Uh, hey, certainly can campaign that way. And another thing. We have a long history in America of candidates who are hospitalized or injured who actually do well as their supporters carry on for them. When he made his first center base in 1948 Congressman Lyndon B. Johnson was laid up for a period with very brutal, Cole. His wife, Lady Bird and others served is very effective Speakers and he went on to win hard fought race. I know of a case of another candidate, Arch war who was elected governor of West Virginia after surviving a helicopter crash. So just because it candidate is hospitalized or unhealthy doesn't mean it's a foregone conclusion. He'll lose well, John. Obviously, we know the polarization across the country and the polarization in the media. And there will be a lot of talk about the 25th amendment, and I just wanted to get sort of a factual look. At the 25th amendment. So when people hear the pundits talking about it, they understand it. Alright, 25th amendment was passed. In the late 19 sixties. It is known as the Presidential Succession Amendment. Its functions are twofold. One Puts into law what had been an informal agreement between presidents and their vice presidents. For a long time before them. And that means when the president is incapacitated, say is when he goes under the knife. For surgery, He turns over the powers. Of his office to his number two who effectively becomes acting President Richard Nixon served his acting president after a heart attack. President Dwight Eisenhower, and after a mild stroke, the president suffered Similarly, when Lyndon Johnson had surgery, Hubert Humphrey was the acting president and Dido for George H. W. Bush. Under Ronald Reagan when he had cancer surgery in his second term. The other part of the amendment is that if the vice president succeeds to the presidency, he or she can then designate Vice president that the Senate must give its advice and consent to I might add that when a president is declared unable to continue in his office for health reasons, the 25th amendment can be invoked. By the vice president and his succession to the top job can be insured. Post debate. Polls are now being released Thursday morning, NBC News National Polling had Biden up 7.9 points over President Trump Real clear politics showing Biden with a 6.6 lead over Trump Fivethirtyeight national polling tracker gave Biden the 7.6 advantage. President didn't seem to gain any ground whatsoever in the debates. Possibly lost some ground. What's your analysis is, we move forward. First of all, I do believe that the polls accurately reflect The post debate. Momentum is with Joe Biden, and it has very little to do with the debate itself. But with the media's interpretation of how candidates Trump and Biden acquitted themselves on national television, and of course, the opinion off the punditocracy is almost unanimous. The president was ruled. He interrupted. He had no consistent thought. And Joe Biden was a gentleman. That is their opinion. Which is being repeated by a lot of people. There's two factors that leaves this reporter to say that these numbers might have flaws in them. The first is the hidden vote. There's a lot of people, certainly, as was the case in 2016, who just won't admit they're voting for Donald Trump. Obviously they do so when they're in the voting booth. The other is that Joe Biden right now, by being cool, is holding on and appearing a front runner. Did. Donald Trump loses the debate? It all depends on who you ask. Chuck Booth, commentator and conservative activists from Nevada said the president decided to use this format to speak directly. To his base of supporters and try and rally them to the polls. He compared the president's performance and his refusal to abide by Time outs to the scene in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid when Butch is facing a much larger man and challenges him to a knife fight. And then says, but we have to go through the rules. The other man says there's no rules in a knife fight at which point which kicks him. And effectively weakens and subdues him. That's what the president's goal Wass with Joe Biden and to his base, he succeeded. So let's turn to the impact on the Senate and the Congress a lot of business to attend to, including the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. We take pause for well wishes from Democrats. But as we can see in the Chuck Schumer tweet, it is a one sentence pause. And then we're back into politics. Here's what he said Friday night. We now have two members of the Senate Judiciary Committee who have tested positive for covert and there may be more. I wish my colleagues well, so that's the nicety. And here's the politics. It is irresponsible and dangerous to move forward with the hearing, and there was absolutely no good reason to do so. Well, I would just say that the distinguished minority leader of the Senate, Senator Schumer should look a little bit more. At the rules of the Senate as wrong is there is a quorum of senators in the committee. They could move along, particularly if chairman gavels in now what he's referring to are Senator Mike Lee of Utah and Thom Tillis of North Carolina. Both Judiciary Committee members and both presently incapacitated by the Corona virus. Both could easily recover in a short time. Remember the Judiciary Committee hearings on drugs, Parrots nomination don't begin until the 14th of Oct over. So any judgments about Senator Tillis or Senator Lee? Not being in the job in two weeks is a bit premature. That's the Supreme Court debate. Let's talk about the stimulus deal. New York Times Reporting. Speaker Pelosi said that the president's positive Corona virus test could change the dynamic and produce a Nagre mint on additional pandemic relief. But a compromise remains elusive. The gist of it from Speaker Pelosi is that now the Republicans will take Corona virus more seriously. Well, where do we

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'Better America': Biden's Campaign Launches New National Ad

All In with Chris Hayes

04:30 min | 2 years ago

'Better America': Biden's Campaign Launches New National Ad

"In one thousand, nine, sixty, four Lyndon Johnson ran a now iconic campaign ad against Barry Goldwater where a little girl counts daisy pedals until her counting becomes the countdown to nuclear explosion idea being present goldwater has become elected and started a nuclear war because he's a madman. said. It. there. Is, are, the stakes. You'll make a world in which all of God's children can live. Aren't to go into the dark room, we must either love each other. Or we must die. Vote for President Johnson on November third, the stakes are too high for you to stay home. The stakes are that you're adorable daughter gets nuked. Now. Even though we're not living through a nuclear winter, we are living through a version of disaster. I mean a a national disaster resulting in thousands and thousands of deaths day after day after day and a new Joe Biden goes against the grain in many ways the opposite of the grand life and death scale the daisy at. The new the biden relates what a bummer. This current disastrous doesn't focus deaths, evictions, closed schools. It says, this virus is ruining the little things like seeing your grandkids. have been gifted with two beautiful grandchildren. We try to see them as often as possible and it's been six months. And it's way too long. And while I don't blame Donald Trump for the virus, I blame him for his lack of action and because of that, we're sitting here zooming or facetime ing with our grandchildren instead of hugging and kissing them. And that's hard. Joe Biden knows every moment is precious I trust you Biden to get this virus under control? I'm Joe Biden and I approve this message. Seems like a really real smart relatable ad for a portion of the population that Joe Biden is trying to focus on. This is for all the people who were sold on idea that there was some normal around the Ben. During the trump years because there is no normal during trump that was false join me. Now for more on the different approaches, the two campaigns are taking is Adrian Shropshire. She's a veteran democratic strategist and executive director of black pack had a lot of experience in politics community organizing and ads as well and I just I was so struck by this ad agent because it's so understood in. So many ways given how terrible things are and given the kind of micro targeted median voter. He's trying to reach you know elderly couple or senior citizen couple in Florida. Yeah I mean the reality is that. Voters understand where we are. They understand the crisis that we're in. They do not. WanNa see campaign after campaign ad reminding them of our national. Right. I've said he focused move after folks. And what? The message that voters say that they want to hear is one of national unity. They WanNa hear message about a path forward how this mess is going to get fixed and I think the brilliant thing about that ad is that. while. It appears to be targeted at one segment of the electorate. The reality is that that is all of us, right? That is my entire family every Sunday night sitting zoom call, right so it is it is. There is a moment where the multipronged crisis that are facing the country are literally touching every single one of us and what's brilliant about the ad is that. You know it's it leads toward that unifying message right? It is it in every message quite frankly every ad I would hope to see that comes out of the campaign on is a way to unify to tell a message to tell a story that connects people about the moment that we're in. It's really if you think about it in this in this way having a national unity being a campaign strategy all by itself.

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