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"mary pinchot meyer" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"That's 800. 5 to 10111. Taylor. What's the poll question? What are the results thus far? What government secret? Would you most like President Trump to reveal UFOs and aliens? The JFK assassination Or illuminati slash secret societies. J. F K assassination for May. And the tally is still in the lead. JFK assassination with 48% UFO's at 31 Illuminati at 21. I want to bet UFOs going into the show today. But I think that's been pretty much confirmed by the U. S government that they're out there and we don't know what they are. Yeah, but there's got to be more stuff than there's definitely more. They just don't want to cause mass panic. They Whatever's out there has been around for a long time. And they haven't done anything. I don't think there's any need for panic. Is there. Oh, they've done stuff, Howie. They've done stuff or what if they done There are two other things on that list that they might have some culpability and So you think they killed J F K? I'm not saying they did. But I'm not saying they didn't. There are stories and I couldn't I couldn't put this in Kennedy Babylon, cause I could nail it down. But their stories that JFK had put out a A demand and order to the CIA to turn over all the UFO. The project will stuff yeah, that they had, and he was apparently turned onto it by that buy that woman that whose name is slipping my mind Ben Bradlee's sister in law, who was who was later murdered on a Georgetown canal path a year later. What? That was her name. But she was feeding at JFK LSD. She was really good looking woman. She was his last mistress last major mistress and she gets she kept asking him to find out about the UFOs. So he finally gave in. And then there was this one that looked like Elizabeth Taylor. No, no, no, no, no, That was that. That was the East German spy. That was the that she was the one who looked like the like The like Elizabeth Taylor. This one look like just the super WASPy woman. I can't believe I can't remember Mary Mary Pinchot Meyer. That's it. Mary Pinchot Meyer. That was her name, and she was She was killed. Killed A year ago. She was murdered by a supposed They arrested a black guy, but he was totally framed. The jury refused to convict them. It was a hit, and then they went in and they got her rub. Ben Bradlee went in and got her. Her diary went in looking for her diary. He was the brother in line. He was running Newsweek and then later the Washington Post when they took that Nixon and he went in, and he was he was prowling around her house trying to look for the diary and you know you bumped into there. With that, James Jesus Angleton. The ultimate spook from the CIA. He was in there. I guess Angleton got it before Bradley could get it. And they will, but you know Angleton was going to destroy it. And so is Bradley. All these stories Aaron Kennedy Babylon volumes 12 and available at how weak our show dot com click on store. Yes, Yes, Mary Pensiero. Murray Meyer. Excuse me, M e y ea r checker out online tonight. She's a riel Looker. Uh, let's see here. Arrest your next with how a car. Go ahead, Russ. Sally as a veteran way all veterans. We took an oath to defend this country against its foreign and domestic enemies. Correct Democratic party has become the enemy within I sent $100 into the president yesterday so he can defend themselves and defend our bus. So we can enjoy our rights. Warning for what we want and let's face it. You have to be a fool not to understand what they did. They stop the voting at one o'clock in the morning so they could illegally stuffed the ballot boxes with phony ballots, okay? This is another absolute disgrace. And if they win this, the country is dead. We will we conservatives will never win the presidency again. I know Lindsey Graham said that and I agree with it. I totally agree if they can get it, if they could get away with this that they know they can get away with anything is could there be a bigger crime than this? Other than killing a president, and this isn't this's killing an administration. Killing an administration because they couldn't they couldn't frame him with the Russian collusion hoax they couldn't frame him with the Ukrainian hoax. This is the at least the third coup attempt on President Donald J. Trump. Because he's representing the American people and not the global interests, not the people who control There, I say at Fox News. And so many others. This is a This is a coup attempt against the duly elected Administration in in Washington, D. C. Thanks for the call Russ. Mark. You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, Mark. Yeah, With all this bad news about That government add politics. I thought I'd share a bit of good news about Ah. Good, good government, good politics. Okay, tell me. This is the 4/100 anniversary of the landing of the programs at province town, which was appreciated by the signing. Of the Mayflower compact. Okay, well, so that's a according to the Democrat Party. This is a tragic moment in American history Mark. This is when the horrible white Europeans came here and began destroying the the paradise that the indigenous people said set up. Yes, except that Brad further our cover radioed alliance with Master soy it to prevent the narrow against from totally wiping amount. Oh, I know. I understand that there was a lot of there was a lot of genocide back in those days. They don't talk too much about that, though, Do they in the modern history books, But You know, the there was a lot of that going on. The.
"mary pinchot meyer" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest
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"mary pinchot meyer" Discussed on 1A
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"mary pinchot meyer" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
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"mary pinchot meyer" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"There's a new true crime mini series from wandering. It's called Guru. The dark side of enlightenment after appearing on Oprah thousands flocked to see the guidance of Renown Self Guru James. Arthur Ray, who was a charismatic speaker whose unorthodox methods and philosophies promised his followers, a clear path to wealth and happiness, but what many didn't know about where his more extreme methods methods that pushed his followers to their limits, giving some the transformation experienced, they dreamed of and killing others subscribed. Subscribed to wonder is new true crime mini series Guru the dark side of enlightenment on Apple podcasts or start your free trial of wondering plus to Binge Guru ad free and the new wondering APP that's Guru, the dark side of enlightenment on Apple Podcast, or start your free trial of wandering plus to Binge Guru ad free in the wonder Yep download the APP today to make sure you subscribe to wonder he's new. True Crime Miniseries Guru the dark side of enlightenment. Now that I have some free time on my hands I'm catching up on a lot of podcasts of always wanted to listen to, and so many of them are on luminary. Luminaries a subscription podcast network with original shows. You won't find anywhere else like their new show. Murder on the towpath. Murder on the towpath is captivating, true crime miniseries hosted by award winning journalist Soledad. Murder on the towpath explores the nineteen sixty four murder of Mary pinchot Meyer and Georgetown. DC Mary's death resulted in a trial that rocked the country and became a time capsule of all the racial tension scandal and distrust of the nineteen sixties. This remains one of the most fascinating unsolved cases in US history I love diving into cases from the nineteen sixties, and like you guys know true crime garage did a deep dive into this case I've already listened to episodes one and two. One bad luck Mary up so to married to the Law Soledad O'Brien hit a home. Run this amazing podcasts I can't wait to finish it. I thought I knew everything about this case and to hear from these people that experienced this firsthand. It's really a mini series that you don't WanNa. Miss Listen to murder on the towpath only on luminary good luminary dot link slash towpath and get a seven day free trial of luminaries original podcasts. That's luminary link. Slash towpath. Cancel anytime. Terms apply listened to murder on the towpath only on luminary..
"mary pinchot meyer" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Straight from favor or does and the weather is so kind of fond of that line. The famed wax Museum, Madame to SOS Is reportedly preparing just in case. Kanye West wins the presidential election. TMC says the museum's made a prayer presidential bust of Kanye The museum, best known for life sized wax sculptures of celebrities has a long standing tradition of making clay busts of the nation's leaders. They've reportedly not made a bust of the presumptive Democratic nominee, Joe Biden, but say if he wins Just one out. Ah, see what I did there. Damn Hollywood is removing a handful of films and TV shows from string platforms and the airwaves over what summer saying are racist and offensive content. Nicky Mega House has more Now There's a move towards updating the controversial material with a warning or disclaimer to insure viewers know what outdated depictions of race, sexuality and disabilities it contains. That could prevent the films and shows from being banned. HBO Max promised to restore gone with the wind to the service with a warning label. Other problematic films that are most often cited as Racists include birth of a Nation song of the South and West Side Story. Even the beloved classic Forrest Gump could be viewed as condescending to people with disabilities and hostile to activists and counter culture. The warning labels could provide necessary context so that viewers and the entertainment industry can learn from it and move forward. Nikola Goddess NBC NEWS Radio, a new documentary by the son of the author of a Chappaquiddick investigation bestseller investigates the death of his father. Michelle Polina catches us up Nick term or wants to know the truth behind his father. Suicide and hopes of documentary on his dad. Leo D'Amore will set the record straight. His dad, who rode several bestsellers about the Kennedys, died in 1995. From a self inflicted gunshot wound to the head, among them the eighties bestseller, senatorial privilege. The Chappaquiddick cover up, according to People magazine. Before his dad died. He was working on a book about President John F. Kennedy's mistress, Mary Pinchot Meyer, who was shot and killed in 1964. Meyer was married to a CIA operative. Myers murder remains unsolved. The film project in post production Is targeting a 2021 released cargo news time. 6 16 Is American manufacturing on the verge of a resurgence after the pandemic that's coming up live at 6 41 Hear the stories trending in.
"mary pinchot meyer" Discussed on Slow Burn
"Romer was the first sitting governor in modern American history to switch parties. Ideology Aside Romer thought the move with smart strategy. Edwin Edwards was going to grab votes from his left. No matter what. Romer figured that branding himself. A Republican would help stave off right wing challenger. Who might threaten his re-election? The statewide polls showed that the top three candidates or Duke. Edwards and myself and in the last poll I was in the forties. Thirties and do ten eleven or twelve with some undecided. I felt good about the politics. Raymond strother did not feel good about the politics. It was a dumb move for him and me. It was just a dumb move. Democrats in Louisiana felt burned by Romer. And Republicans including state. Party, officials were ensure they trust him either. Billy none Gasser the Republican chair. Who'd undercut the effort to censure David Duke resented that Romer hadn't included him in discussions about the party switch. And Romer forgetting the lessons of ever needed to know I learned in kindergarten cursed out on Gasser, rather than trying to appease him. The Louisiana Republicans made their endorsement in the governor's race at a state convention in June nineteen ninety-one. That endorsement wouldn't go to Buddy Roemer or David Duke. The GOP's choice was a pro-life Congressman named Client Holloway the preferred candidate of the Christian coalition. Romer knowing that he wouldn't endorsed, didn't bother to show up at the convention. But Duke and his supporters made presence known. Here saw the Anti Duke activist. Bats Ricky described the scene in nineteen ninety one. It was like a do convention. They were just. Booing indiscriminately anything in every body, and they were just wild and they were. Then Duke was egging them on. You know to disrupt things. They had to sing Dixie to quiet them down. Quite literally they tried God, bless America and the battle hymn of the republic, but it wasn't until. Saying I wish I were in the land of cotton it a hush fell over the convention. But he romer had tried to consolidate the conservative vote. That plan had been a total failure. The splintering of the Louisiana. Republican Party would be a gift to Edwin Edwards. And to David Duke Let's take a quick break. Now is the time to catch up on the PODCASTS. You've always wanted to listen to you. And so many of them are available on Luminary. Luminaries subscription podcast network with original shows. You won't find anywhere else. One of their new shows is murder on the towpath. Captivating true crime mini series hosted by a word winning journalist Soledad O'Brien. Murderer on the towpath explores the nineteen sixty four murder of Mary Pinchot Meyer in the neighborhood of town in Washington DC her death resulted in a trial that rocked the country and became a time capsule of all the racial tension scandal in distrust of the nineteen sixties. It remains one of the most fascinating unsolved cases in US history. Listen to murder on the towpath only on luminary good a luminary dot link slash towpath and get a seven day free trial of luminaries original podcasts. That's luminary dot link slash towpath. Cancel anytime terms apply. No other state does elections like Louisiana the credit for that or the blame belongs to Edwin Edwards. The first time he ran for Governor Edwards had to compete in three separate races a closed. Democratic primary a democratic runoff, and then the general election. In the days when Democrats dominated Louisiana that last race against the Republican also ran was pointless nuisance. It was like winning the hundred meter dash at the Olympics, then having to outsprinted kid pulled from the stands to get your gold medal. And I I. Didn't like that idea. I said well look less change it everybody. Qualifies at the same time regardless of party, affiliation and everybody votes for anybody he or she wishes regards the registration. Louisiana's open primary system went into effect in nineteen seventy-five. Edwards cruised to re election that year as the Republican Party didn't even field a candidate. But in the Reagan years, the GOP surged throughout the south. By nineteen ninety-one, the open primary was open in a way. Edwards may be had anticipated. It was a true two party free for all. Political writer John McGuinness had a name for the showdown between David Deep at Edwards and Buddy Romer. Call this, the the race from Hell you have three very angry. Men candidates for governor and the people aren't happy either. In the beginning, the race from hell wasn't exactly rollicking. One reason for that was a package of campaign finance reforms part of buddy roamers, good government agenda. The new law limited individual contributions to five thousand dollars and major state, wide races, band cash contributions of more than one hundred dollars and required that small cash donations be reported. Do could pass the bucket with impunity during his nineteen ninety Senate campaign because that was a federal race, but thanks to Romer the revolutionary. Louisiana's guidelines on cash. Giving were now stricter than the nation's. Hamstrung by these new rules Duke held fewer rallies as a candidate for governor then when he ran for the Senate. And Edwards is fundraising slowed to a trickle. He raised sixteen million dollars during the nineteen eighty-three governor's race in the one, thousand, nine, hundred, one primary, he brought in a little more than one million dollars and Buddy Romer. He preferred staying in going out to meet his public. Rumour had always been like this Raymond Straw there saw it up close during the nineteen eighty-seven race, he was sitting back to campaign headquarters and re novels, usually mystery novels, and he wouldn't go out and campaign. We'd go to a restaurant to eat lunch and he would sit in the back of the restaurant in a corner with his back to the room. So nobody would seem and recognize him and come over and start talking. Rumors. Charismatic misanthrope routine. And Nineteen eighty-seven and it seemed possible he could pull off the same trick in Nineteen ninety-one. Michelle shower started volunteering for the rumour campaign when she was still in College Louisiana Tech then got a job on staff right after graduation. She says the when the governor did make public appearances early on, he seemed totally energized, and he literally walked into the room. Pushing both doors open, good afternoon, everybody great to see you know. He was clapping and smiling and really exuberant, and it was really very exciting to be in a room with them. He was just really engaging the crowd and I would say for the first part of the campaign. That's the way he was. He really came into room and made it alive. The problem for Romer was a lot of swing. Voters felt drawn to another candidate. At first Straw like the focus group results. He was hearing blue collar. Democrats said they couldn't stand hypothetical candidate with all of David dukes characteristics, but then as soon as they learned, it was David Duke. They'd say well. That's what politicians do our. Cake well. He was a young man in Nazi while he was a young guy. College kids do stupid stuff. You know whatever it was. They make an excuse for him. While? Rohmer struggled to hold his coalition Together. Duke was finding.
"mary pinchot meyer" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest
"Murderer on the towpath is a true crime mini series, which explores the nineteen sixty four murder of Mary pinchot Meyer in Washington DC. That murder was an incredibly important and dramatic moment in Washington, DC history I know this is somebody who grew up in Washington. And it was steeped in Washington Lore and the mystery of it, and the strangeness of IT and the way it intersected with the Kennedys and with the Washington Post and with the Georgetown scene, and was fascinating, and it resulted in a trial that rocked the country, and it was a time capsule of all the racial tension and scandal, and distrust of the nineteen sixties, and it remains one of the most fascinating unsolved cases in US history. Listen to murder on the towpath. Only on luminary go to luminary dot link slash towpath and get a seven day free trial of luminaries original podcasts. That's luminary dot link slash towpath. Cancel anytime terms apply. As, we take, we are waiting Supreme Court. Releasing its final decisions of the term in trump's the cases involving trump's tax returns as we wait. We're GONNA. Talk about some of the decisions they made yesterday. The ruling made yesterday in particular around. The ability of religious organizations to get kinds of liberty and freedom and and. Might one does my call ability discriminate that other organizations do not get. When I was a high school student. My basketball coach would sometimes berate us. As we were playing at halftime and say you couldn't beat the little sisters of the poor. He would he always use the little sisters of port and example of how badly we were playing. We couldn't even beat some old nuns. And Anyway, the point is that we definitely couldn't have beaten. The little sisters of the Little Sisters of the poor apparently are great at everything. They want a huge case yesterday. Emily talk about little sisters of the poor, and also about the other big case that the supreme court decided around religious exemptions. Yeah, so the little sisters of the poor case got lots of. Of Attention, so basically you have obamacare birth control is supposed to be part of regular preventative medicine. Everybody's supposed to get it so then. There are challenges from Hobby Lobby. People may remember this big company that didn't WanNa pay for birth control because of religious objections. Then you have the Obama Administration passing rule exempting churches and the trump administration vastly expanding on that rule. Anyone who doesn't like the contraceptive mandate who has religious or moral objections? Any employer can be a for profit. Corporation can be a nonprofit does not have to be religious organization. They can all opt out. And the the question was. Did the trump administration have the authority to do that? And it was a seven to two majority saying yes. Some of the the case, other aspects of it will go back to the lower courts for more proceedings. This is like the longest journey. It's like just a case going on and on I was actually more struck by the other ruling yesterday. So here the facts of this case you have two teachers at Catholic schools saying that they lost their jobs, one of them had breast cancer and said that when she took a leave for treatment, she was fired the other one. It's an age discrimination claim and the Supreme Court said that because they their work included the teaching of religion, they could be fired. The schools did not have to respect the laws that protect people from being. Against on the basis of disability or age. And this just kind of an amazing idea, so. The court did this by expanding. What's called the ministerial exception in two thousand twelve? There was this unanimous ruling that you're actually minister like a member of the clergy. The idea was well. You're a religious organization could fire you for whatever reason it wanted because you don't want the government interfering in those decisions, but now we have this expanded to teachers, and it's I. Don't know what do you guys think about this idea? You're Catholic schoolteacher and you go to get treatment for breast cancer and you get fired. You have no recourse. Will I think it's important to talk about what they said. Which is that essentially any teacher? Any employees who has some role in religious instruction is qualifies as a minister by that definition. And it sounds like the schools can can really designate whoever they want and it and once you start there. It feels like you can also. This could apply to camps. This could apply to nonprofit organizations. It's not just going to any religious organization feels like it's going to very quickly. Say Well. These people are engaged in in ministerial work on our behalf, and therefore we have to be able to do whatever we have to be able to fire them, because they've got an old and we can't have old people in our teaching. People about our religion I it just it feels really strange in the piece. That I didn't understand. Emily and I was hoping you would clarify. What if it's like the church decides Oh. It's because they're black, or they're Latino or whatever it's. A racial category and not a not a not age. I think I think age. Discrimination is Disgusting Vile Form of discrimination. Also that when people think about discriminate the idea that you if you're a teacher at a Catholic school and the Catholic school decides Oh. You know we don't want to have black teachers here. We can do that. And we can get rid of them because they're black. That seems completely crazy, but is that now? Allowed I'm not sure I mean they're still on the books. This case called Bob Jones an old case from the nineteen eighties in which Bob Jones University, barred interracial dating, and the government took away its tax, exempt status and the Supreme Court said that the government had the authority to do that. So you know you could imagine a future challenge in which that precedent butts up against this one. I, mean I don't think schools are going well. I hope they're not gonNA. Go around, explicitly saying they're firing people for racial reasons. That's just like horrible to contemplate, but I'm also struck by the idea that like religious schools should be able to fire people on the basis of disability or age like there's just weird idea, so emily is this excessively rigorous reading of wall between Church and state, or does the, or does the legal process have to make some determination about whether the reason for which people was fired has any connection to the actual practice of the. The faith, it's the former. It's not like. Oh, Catholics you know. Don't like people with breast cancer rate. It's not that there has to be some religious objection to the conduct. It's the idea that you can't have the government interfere with the workings of a religious organization, and that enforcing these antidiscrimination laws would be a form of government interference with the free exercise of Religious Organization. It feels like the free free exercise is. Should apply to. The! Work that is done in in a church in a house of worship, but I don't see why free exercise applies to every single aspect where religion touches your life were education or a hospital or camp or Doesn't make sense to me. Because then you. You end up with this end up with with. Religious organizations having these vast. Territories of Lake. There must like foreign. What does it foreign embassies where where the rules are totally different? They were allowed to do what they want. Because of of the strange expansive reading of what free exercise means free exercise to me, means like you see. The government can't tell you how to worship you can worship however you want, and and but doesn't mean that you know how how your child goes to school. Like when they athletic league, all of that stuff should be subject to the same rules feels yeah. I think that stretching of it. It's also why it's not sitting well with me I. There's a interesting. Up At. The New York Times today by Michael McConnell who's conservative law professor at Stanford and he was pointing out that the court has ruled in favor of the religious party in the last twelve cases about religion, and he was making the argument that this is a move towards pluralism. Part and now I'm going to riff on it a little bit. It's basically as if there's a trade going on where the court you know earlier this term. The rights of lgbt people in this way that. Liberal celebrated which we talked about how we're carving out, these big exceptions were basically saying well those rights. Stop at the front door of any religious organization..
"mary pinchot meyer" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest
"Murder on the towpath explores the nineteen sixty four murder of Mary Pinchot Meyer in Georgetown here in Washington DC. This is a enthralling. Enthralling bit of history I cannot wait for this podcast because this is a murder. That's just fascinating I'm so glad someone's doing a podcast about it. Mary pinches. Meier's death resulted in a trial that rocked the country. It became a time capsule of the racial tension and scandal and distrust of the nineteen sixties, and it remains one of the most fascinating unsolved cases in US history. So what a great subject for podcast listen to murder on the towpath, only on luminary go to luminary dot link slash towpath and get a seven day free trial of luminaries original podcasts. That's luminary dot link. Slash towpath. Cancel anytime terms apply. The covid pandemic has continued to spread appallingly with new infections, topping fifty thousand per day, mostly across the south and west Republican leaders who had been scoffing at maths are now urging Americans to wear them, although trump isn't and meanwhile meanwhile. The country is facing an appalling prospect, which is no real school in the fall. We're joined to talk about the school. Cova crisis with Emily Oster who's a professor of economics at Brown she's also the author of the beloved book. Crib Sheet, a data driven guide to better more relaxed parenting from birth to preschool. Emily welcome to the Gabfest I wanNA start with this fact, there are thirty two million American households with school aged children, fifty million kids in public schools, and then another handful of millions and private schools. There is no economic recovery without kids in school. You cannot send people back to work with plan for schools, and yet here we are yeah, getting kids out of our houses, and into their schools is like probably the most important thing that we're gonNA need to do in the fall to get parents back to work and yet I. Don't see much in the way of efforts to try to do that I. mean there are efforts but i. don't think that they are coming to fruition. To me what is so upsetting about all of this is how low priority kids have been, and yes, it's important for parents. Returning to the workforce, it's also just really important for children and one of the things that been so valuable to me about following you on twitter as I feel like you figured out a way to talk about that from the beginning. At a time, in which there is a lot of shaming of anyone, liberal ish for thinking of anything involving reopening now we're starting to see from the American Academy of Pediatrics exactly the kind of balancing harms that I think I mean I certainly wanted from the beginning, and thinking that we cannot make going back to school a perfectly zero risk for Cova transmission, but what we've learned about kids and. Their level of risk, the risk they present to other people suggest that sending the back to school is really worth the potential cost, and I wonder how you think about that like trajectory from the beginning of the crisis until now early on there was this feeling of like in order to be a good person about this. You have to just stay in. In Your House and not leave and not leave an all, and there were some reasons I. think do that to try to arrest the pandemic, but it evolved into a kind of shaming space in some sense where suggesting that there might be something to think about other than not having people acquire. Calvin meant that you were not taking the viral risk seriously. What I started trying to do a little I. Think people are now doing a bit. A bit more of is to say you know. Hey, actually when kids aren't in school, there are some things that happen that are that are bat? So for example a lot of kids don't learn, and those kids are the kids that we are most worried. Those are you low income students students of color. Who are like disproportionately falling behind on learning as a result of not being in school there if they don't have good Internet if they don't have you know good supervision, because it's a complicated thing to supervise and their lives or more are are more unstable. These are all reasons that kids are being hurt by not being in school. There's even some very basic stuff like food. Right so at some point early on, somebody pointed out. Hey, kids are getting food from the school lunch program and you know more kids are warning being hungry now than they than they were before and I. I think that that we need to recognize those things on the other side of the coin, because if we don't then, it feels like we're gonNA open. School is just so everyone can get the corona virus the no, no, we're not. It's not just to give you run a virus. It's because there is good reason to open schools that were for children, and for their parents, and for forever body else can actually. Emily can dig into this This sort of loss learn question because I think this is a this is a thing where you your future. You your future, your future child. Is Important. Understand because it's not like people say oh, they can miss the MRI your school. It's okay. Don't make if you miss a year of school. What happens to you later? If you miss your school, what happens to you later is that you are less likely to complete high school. You're less likely to complete college. You're going to make less money later. You're going to die sooner. You're going to be more at risk for illness later. So even if we said our goal is to have people be healthy is still not obvious they might. There are still losses to not do not being I. think that's kind of like the the he's in you. Somebody said something has warning on twitter. They said you know I. Should people really have to get coverage or your kid can.
"mary pinchot meyer" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Were pitching is about and then we're in the middle of the podcast right now. That looks at a murder of a white woman in Georgetown. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, Georgetown used to be a majority black community. In the nineteen sixties. I didn't either did not know that, so it's a story of a woman who in the nineteen sixties. A woman was actually having an affair with JFK who married and divorced to CIA. A guy in the CIA. She gets Carrie modeled path. Mary. Meyer Mary Pinchot Meyer gets killed on the towpath and they within forty five minutes arrest a black guy for her murder. T is represented by a black civil rights lawyer W roundtree, who then has to out how to how to argue his case against the prosecution team that it's such a great story because they're. They're very brilliant. They're also very aggregate, and no, it's the arrogance that will take them down at one point. I'll give you a great little hint W trying to decide. Does she put her guy the suspect On the stand or not, and the woman's of the elevator operator fills her in on the prosecution strategy. Because you know the prosecution team gets the elevator and they don't think this black woman who's running the elevator. They don't even smart enough to understand what they're talking about. They go through their entire case which she down and tells the defense attorney who then is able to make brilliant decisions, but also Mary Pinchot Meyer's drugs in the White House the President Jam K. and having an affair with him, so it was the craziest craziest podcast with so many twists and turns. Yeah had a lot of conspiracy theories. They said the. CIA might have killed and. Interesting! Yeah, because the conspiracy theories, there's million, but what's not a conspiracy theory is that the CIA came and right after her death. Mary's death took her diary. It's never been seen since like. That's just a fact. It's just weird like why that. What did she have in her diary and was that in fact or reason to killer? Now there are many people who say listen conspiracy theories are insane. We kind of run through them and talk about how some are completely crazy, and why, but also the facts are so odd, too, so it's a great story about women about. About. Civil Rights and kind of how W rowntree got to be in the position to represent this young black man who's nabbed for the murder, and then also all the the conspiracy theories around wide Mary Pinchot Meyer was killed in the first place. They might as well released diary now well nowadays, that diary would have been turned into ten theory for Netflix's. Absolutely absolutely. Exactly, do you think? Do you think this story is better told as a podcast? Rather than visual I do because I actually I think the big great movie I've had. Some actors readouts me already about doing it as a film. couldn't do it as documentary. There's just not enough supporting video and pictures but what I like about the podcast. Is that every hour you can follow US threads Kinda down the rabbit hole, and and that's pretty interesting Soledad. We appreciate you checking and thank you so much and be safe out there and make sure the kids remain safe. Thank you guys I it. I never looked. More stressed by the American people who support him I'll tell you that. Well. Thank you so much Soledad O'Brien. O'Brien breakfast good morning. The Breakfast Club. This. Is the rumor report with Angelina? The. Yes, congratulations Taylor has confirmed that she is expecting a second baby nasty made that announcement that she's pregnant with her second child, and she also put out a music video wake love, and at the end you can see their daughter as Tiana Taylor and Iman Shumpert are in bed together lifts her shirt to reveal that her belly. No, she's pregnant, so listen to the song. A..
"mary pinchot meyer" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"My heart, and it does disgust me. He is the president, so you've got to cover the president. It's a little bit the thing we were talking about right, which is okay, you got cover the president, but you don't have to hand him a Mike and you don't have to now. That says let's cheer for him. He said a good thing off a teleprompter. You don't have to cover everybody lies. You don't. There are decisions we make all the time meek. Decide which person we're to put on TV. We decide for how long we decide the questions. We're going to ask him how we're going to frame them. Do we give them an hour to begin two minutes? Do they just get a sentence? So we make those decisions costly? A hundred percent is the president of the United States. We absolutely need to educate people on what he's doing what he's saying. It does not need to be live especially if your. Your goal is. We're not going air lies. He's lies constantly, but if you lie all the time, and by the way, guess that I've had in the past, who were dishonest with me, eventually stopped letting them be guests on my show. You're not doing your job as a reporter, so yes, we have to rethink how you cover the president. It's a different time, but it's not brain surgery. It's just rethinking it We got more with Soledad. O'Brien we come back. Don't move. Is The breakfast club gamonal? Everybody is DJ Envy Leash Alameda. Guy We. All the breakfast club was soaking it with Soledad O'Brien. Are You surprised as an adult A senior say something and I'm from Queens I'm I'm familiar with Long Island and you saying that people didn't want to sell your parents house because they didn't want black people move in, and that was when he was a child Nazi was going on in Long Island. It seems like things definitely hasn't changed. Are you still surprised to see that now this? Long Island. Long Island people used to protest so family is protests black families moving in when I was in middle school and high school. Those people grew up and they still live in Long Island. It's not like they all laugh. You know nothing surprises me and it didn't come from nowhere. There's a long history in Long Island of people deciding they get all black people to move in a lot of long islanders. You know when they're growing up would say they left the city intentionally because they didn't want to be around. Those people that there was intention there wasn't a. in a we want a diverse neighborhood just with a yard, so no, it doesn't surprise me at all, and I think that. Long Island I. Mean You look at the law had such an incredibly deep racist history. It's interesting though you know people point to Levittown like the first development in long. Island and they don't understand that you know. People intentionally didn't allow black people to buy into levittown. So when you look at the success of Levittown three bedrooms, sort of in a development, the classic Long Island Development. and you keep people out and those property values increase older people. They're really struggle with many of the people there struggle with talking about white privilege, because they don't understand what it's like that they got to live in a community where they build wealth, but they become very blind when you say right, but if black people can't buy into that, buy that their property values are less or almost nonexistent or going the opposite direction. Do you understand how you had privilege? When other people did not just based on the color of your skin? Go I think that white privilege conversations that. Conflicts One people often say I don't feel privileged I. You know you have more money to me. Your you, you know and it's. It's really hard for people to understand what they had access to. Just because white people were allowed to do this and black people were not allowed. And what they avoid, avoid the discrimination that comes with presenting as a black person you the driving while black being profiled stars that doesn't happen. I think because I grew up in this town where the latest videos, but the guy talking about the The N. Word Lover on the actually the building in your whole. yeah I. Think what happens is there's no critical Matt right so there's never conversations about race. Because there's one black family to black families. We've never had those issues around policing and I think there's this. There's this big disconnect because in white communities. Yeah, police are there to help you and they're not gonNA, arrest your. Kid, WHO's smoking pot? I know because when I was a kid I was pulled over in a car with a bunch of my friends and people were smoking pot in the car, and the police were like come on, guys don't be any. But I tell you if that were a car pool of black teams, they would all have literally been holed up because we feel that a million times, so I think you know they don't often understand the issues around policing 'cause. They don't with it right now. I know earlier. We talked about the trump show. I, do want to talk about the Soledad's show for a second because I'm hearing that you have is show. that. You've been pitching and Lee Daniels might perhaps be doing a show about you. So what's going on with dad? I Love Me Daniels, and hopefully Daniel does my show, but I'm not sure Daniels. We're going to do my show, but I do have a scripted idea about. Anchor Women, and really it's about. How Black People in Corporate America feel stuck, them time. And because I was an a woman in corporate America. I might have missed. But imagine if you could clear out of your way, maybe through nefarious means get the top. What would that look like? That's what the scripted show were pitching is about and then we're in the middle of the podcast right now. That looks at a murder of a white woman in Georgetown. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, Georgetown used to be a majority black community. In the nineteen sixties. I didn't either did not know that, so it's a story of a woman who in the nineteen sixties. A woman was actually having an affair with JFK who married and divorced to CIA. A guy in the CIA. She gets Carrie modeled path. Mary. Meyer Mary Pinchot Meyer gets killed on the towpath and they within forty five minutes arrest a black guy for her murder. T is represented by a black civil rights lawyer W roundtree, who then has to out how to how to argue his case against the prosecution team that it's such a great story because they're. They're very brilliant. They're also very aggregate, and no, it's the arrogance that will take them down at one point. I'll give you a great little hint W trying to decide. Does she put her guy the suspect On the stand or not, and the woman's of the elevator operator fills her in on the prosecution strategy. Because you know the prosecution team gets the elevator and they don't think this black woman who's running the elevator. They don't even smart enough to understand what they're talking about. They go through their entire case which she down and tells the defense attorney who then is able to make brilliant decisions, but also Mary Pinchot Meyer's drugs in the White House the President Jam K. and having an affair with him, so it was the craziest craziest podcast with so many twists and turns. Yeah had a lot of conspiracy theories. They said the. CIA might have killed and. Interesting! Yeah, because the conspiracy theories, there's million, but what's not a conspiracy theory is that the CIA came and right after her death. Mary's death took her diary. It's never been seen since like. That's just a fact. It's just weird like why that. What did she have in her diary and was that in fact or reason to killer? Now there are many people who say listen conspiracy theories are insane. We kind of run through them and talk about how some are completely crazy, and why, but also the facts are so odd, too, so it's a great story about women about. About. Civil Rights and kind of how W rowntree got to be in the position to represent this young black man who's nabbed for the murder, and then also all the the conspiracy theories around wide Mary Pinchot Meyer was killed in the first place..
"mary pinchot meyer" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"It's never been like that no it's just weird like why is that what did she had in her diary and was that in fact the reason to kill another many people can say listen these conspiracy theories are insane we kind of run through them and talk about how some of them are completely crazy and why but also the fact are so are you the great story about women about civil rights and kinda how W. Rowntree got to be in the position to represent this young black man whose nabbed for the murder and then all the all the the conspiracy theories around why Mary Pinchot Meyer the kills in the first place they might not release that diary now well now days that diary would've been turned into a ten part series for Netflix absolutely absolutely and then they depicting it exactly do you think do you think this story is better told as a podcast rather than a visual I do because actually I think the big a great movie and it had some actors without me already about doing it as a failed but do it as a documentary there's just not enough supporting video and pictures but I what I like about the podcast is that every hour you can follow the red kind of down the rabbit hole and and that's pretty interesting so that we appreciate you for checking in and thank you so much and be safe out there and make sure the kids remain safe thank you guys I appreciate it I never let out a more stressed by the American people who support him I'll tell you that go thank you so much so that Brian o'brien is the breakfast club good morning breakfast.
"mary pinchot meyer" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"You think they were trying to open I would hope not yeah I would I would hope B. I. C. don't do it for people to really ask everybody has the internet everybody sees what's going on out here you're not going to sit here and tell me that you've never seen a white person gets landed on line received black lash for wearing blackface like come on stop and then when being told to take it down to say I'm not taking it down is crazy as it is as if you're making some right to stand the same black people that are telling you to take it down because it's offensive you're using your privilege to say hell no I know what's best for you I hope you have good intentions and they tell you they get down this is offensive to the movement and you can't say these things and this is awful and then you're still like no I'm going to keep it up now you should listen to the people that you supposedly support right and all right well thank you for that don't you today now we come back Soledad o'brien will be joining us I love watching her on Twitter and social media talk about everything that's going on you might have seen or unseen and she has a new podcast ready yes it's called murder on the towpath sees a talk about the murder of Mary Pinchot Meyer all right so we'll kick was told that Brian we come back at the breakfast club good morning breakfast does your days what do you buy the law office of Michael S. Leyman soft shell mania for problems got you on your back when you guys really painful my friend Dr Andrew glass have to queue tell of that that's right Charlene I developed the revolutionary minimally invasive surgery that can.
"mary pinchot meyer" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Today. Is Saturday October Twelfth Two Thousand Nineteen on this day in Nineteen Six Eighty four painter Mary Pinch Oh Meyer was shot to death in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington DC her death has been tied to solved hey friend I wanna tell you about the new three dollar little John John's dot com or with the Jimmy John's APP at participating locations taxes and delivery fees extra in crime history. I'm Vanessa Richardson and today we're going back to October twelfth nineteen sixty four when Mary pinchot Meyer was shot Bring her daily walk the only suspect ever officially tied to the murder was acquitted at trial and the rumors surrounding how and why she died were never laid to rest. Due to the graphic nature of today's crimes listener discretion is advised extreme caution is advised for listeners under thirteen before we unpack the ramifications of the murder let's go back to the morning of October twelve just before noon.
"mary pinchot meyer" Discussed on 710 WOR
"News is. On a Friday afternoon Friday afternoons got nothing. Saturday. Night in the middle of the summer Saturday night they leaked The leak. It, they released, it yeah These people the deep. State is, is just a panic mode I mean that's the. Only way to describe what's happening here if you noticed a lot of these liberals so Whoopi Goldberg on the view and some of, them they always do? What deep state what does it, say what are you talking about deep but they. Don't realize there is a deep state it's a permanent government of they're not, a point east there. Forever Yeah you know I've been, doing research, for Kennedy Babylon to my follow up book to to the. First of all you must Kennedy scandal I've been looking into the seventies congressional hearings Senate and house, on CIA abuses of the assassinations of Kennedy's and all. These connections and all the Democrats you know people like, Frank church and the Stokes from the black. Guy. Cleveland, on the house side they were the ones who were leading the charge to find out you know get to the dark secrets. Of the, CIA but deep state and now this their successors. In in, congress are trying to cover everything up and saying. It's okay it's it's amazing the the change in forty years there they become apologised for this incipient banana Republic police state but little, bomber was trying to? Set up yeah well actually the, change was in forty seconds soon as Donald Trump. Got elected now suddenly they love the CIA member two seconds ago Oh they oppose the CIA further interrogation tactics they were taking al-qaeda side over the CIA Remember. It remember those you could the. CIA is pristine and all of their intelligence is great and. These, are the same people they. Still got. The the bumper stickers pack of their Tesla's People die where did, Bush get his information to lie with. You got it John Brennan CIA. The DNA and the rest of these all vouch for it You know everything everything they said when the Patriot Act. Was passed you. Know about how it could lead to abuses. And you know you, have, to have you have to have these. Laws enforced. By people approaching let's face it the FBI and the? CIA are. Upper approach it's all been proven correct but now they don't care about it It. All goes into the, Bredon, calls from his communist past history yeah Hey you're the Kennedy expert what didn't John f. Kennedy posted Denise. Samina bust them up and splintered into the wins or something like. That Yeah he did he did I mean you know there's. A lot of talk that the CIA was one of the, people that wanna, people have, enough to Wofford houses brother-in-law and Marilyn. Monroe's bungalow the CIA. Was was one of them and supposedly, there's a there's a document you know it's showing it's my parking. About UFO's it's kind of weird, it's a weird document to get into but JFK was. Interested in UFO's near the end of his life and there's a CIA documents saying he wants to investigate our program on their own program there is a syrup dishes an. Investigation and, look at the James Jesus, Angleton number. To spook, in the CIA mean he was the first guy to Mary Pinchot Meyer's house you know his mistress was the. Sister-in-law Ben bradlee you, know, she was murdered and. Bradley went to get her diary, pocket about, taking LSD with with with JFK with president she was the mistress Really store you know, this story. And Bradley, Bradley her brother-in-law breaks into the house here's this rustling going on returns on his flashlight and it's James Jesus. Angleton who's already graft I mean these these guys you know I mean at least. In those, days Omar I think they. Were fighting communists I mean they may have gone over the over the line. In terms, of a law and all that sort of thing I mean. This is this is worse they were trying to, subvert as American. Presidential election and the west Doesn't care Bending them the, web says nothing to see here. Move along you said JFK got into UFO's at the end of. His life why? Was that what do you think you like UFO's I I don't know you know the thing. Is he married control Meyer introduced a ball these kinds of drugs read up on, her she's, a very interesting person and she was meeting with a company Leary LSD, guru at Harvard you come, up to Boston and she was..
"mary pinchot meyer" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin
"Certified bottle t in two thousand and three, and all of honesty's Tibor eighties have used fair trade certified tea leaves since two thousand eleven visit honest tea dot com. Slash podcast to learn more about honest and give your whole family. Something refreshingly honest to enjoy. I am obsessed with the beautiful subject of color, and in fact, I'm working on a little book called my color pilgrimage. One thing that puzzled me was that despite my love and fascination with color, I wasn't very attracted by the work of artists who restrict their use of color or who work almost purely in color, perhaps paradoxically for a long time for me, these kinds of paintings 'cause colored fade out of importance. I was inclined to agree with Matisse who wrote an avalanche of color has no force, but my view of this use of color shifted. When I read this passage from artists and true, it's daybreak from March twenty seventh nineteen seventy-five. Her description made me see how my vision was too cramped to literal. I needed to widen my eyes to see color it self. I also love this passage because it's a great example of what I describe in my book better than before with the strategy of the lightning bolt. Sometimes we learn something. Here's something understands something see something, an inflammatory with a bolt of lightning. Everything changes a difficult change becomes easy. A whole life can be redirected. It's rare, but it does happen and here and true. It gives an extraordinary account and by way of background and true, it was a major American artist of the twentieth century who did many kinds of work, but his best known for her large vertical wooden sculptures and for her use of color. And as a side note, I will remark that is can be a bit annoying of how often visual. Artists turn out to be excellent writers as well with seems like, you know, double helpings. So this very slightly edited passage describes a change that happened in Andrew, it's life when she was forty years old. She writes, the change itself was set off by a weekend trip to New York with my friend, Mary Pinchot Meyer in November nineteen sixty one almost one year to the day after SAM's birth. We went up on Saturday and spent the afternoon looking at art. This was my first concentrated exposure since nineteen fifty seven. When I had moved to San Francisco and I was astonished to note the freedom with which materials of various sorts were being used at the Guggenheim museum. I saw my first Barnett Newman a universal blue paint by which I was immediately ravished my whole self lifted into it enough was my radiant feeling for once in my life enough space enough color. It seemed to me that I had never before been free. Even running in a field had not given me the same air. Airy beatitudes, I would not have believed it possible had I not seen it with my own is such openness, wiped out with one swoop. All my puny ideas. I staggered out into the street. Intoxicated was freedom lifted into a realm I had not dreamed could be caught into existence. I was completely taken by surprise the more. So I had only earlier that day been thinking how I felt like a plowed field. My children all born my life laid out. I saw myself stretched like Browner than furrows open to the sky. Well, planted my life as a human being complete, even three baths space through the night failed is still my mind and it sometime during these long hours, I decided hugging myself with determined to light to make exactly what I wanted to make the tip of balance from the physical to the conceptual art had set me to thinking about my life in a whole new way. What I know I ask. Myself, what did I love? What was it? That meant the very most to me inside my very own self, the fields and trees, and fences and boards and lattices of my childhood rushed across my interest as if born by great strong wind, I saw them all detail and panorama and my feeling for them welled up to sweep me into the knowledge that I could make them. I knew that that was exactly what I was going to do and how I was going to do it if you'd like a link to Andrew, it's book day book. I'll post a link in the show notes. I'm Gretchen Rubin and I helped this makes your week a little happier. Panoply.
"mary pinchot meyer" Discussed on Cover-Up
"Was part of jfk's irish mafia the inner circle back in nineteen seventy seven on his deathbed he told leo to pursue the story of mary pinto mayor mayor was a gorgeous and free spirited artist who had had an affair with president kennedy in the early sixties she was married to a top cia operative hord mayor she later divorced on october twelfth nineteen sixty four she was murdered while taking a walk on a towpath near her georgetown home a murder that has never been solved leaving many to wonder do the woman who was married to a top cia official and sleeping with the president know too much nick says his father wanted another big story we always always trying to build on what he had done before trying to get bigger and so what's bigger than ted you know either bobby or jack so he went after jack and i part of me thinks that he didn't really get the message whichever quick like you know back off a little bit he talks about how he received threats he talks about how people would call up the house in the middle of the night and say they were going to burn the house down you know there is that kind of underlying thing that you think if i follow this thread how much will it cost me in the end what links will people go to to stop it and i think that leo just kind of kept pushing it a little bit is nick by one of jfk's closest confidants would tell leo to chase the story of jfk's murdered mistress i think that if he was loyal to jfk than that is the store that should be told because mary was almost threes in that she was a threat was because she didn't want to stay quiet about what she had heard with the warren commission by it and so to me that tells me that kennedy didn't buy it either you know so it would be protecting jfk to go after it versus keeping it quiet which which is kind of helped agenda of whoever perpetrated it which is another for habit all it was mary's diary that damore was after in the hours after her murder ben bradlee who would later become executive editor of the washington post and who was married to mary sister tony showed up at her artist's studio which was attached to his house so do the chief of the cia's counter intelligence james angleton both were looking for her diary in which she apparently wrote about her affair with the president in his nineteen ninety five autobiography bradley revealed his wife later burned mary's diary but nick says his father claimed he had the diary basically it was that we owe was getting close and at one point he had claimed to have gotten this diary that outlined the relationship between jfk and mary pinchot meyer and so who knows but i think as it got on he got a little bit more desperate so there was that doubt that creeped into people hesitate said is he is he really getting these breaks or is he inventing these breaks so i don't know if he ever had the diary if maybe it was burned and maybe he just claimed that he did and because he was you know spiraling neil also claimed he found mary pinto mayor's murderer whom he described as a professional hitman connected to the cia but as the missing diary nick wonders if his dad was losing his grip on reality and he also thinks he may have started using drugs i think what happened was with chappaquiddick he got joe garden to talk and it was like sweet i got the story i can finish it here it is you know bombshell with mary pinchot meyer case he didn't have testimony as convincing is that he had thought that he found the guy and he had thought that he had phone call with the guy it was the first time that i had heard people thinking that leo was maybe desperate and fabricating things damore was broke after his legal battle with random house and he was still getting threats which had begun when working on senatorial privilege letters under my door all that can be saying they were going to burn down the house that i better back away from this less of course the tremendous economic and psychological treasures of how the.