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"mckinley" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

06:27 min | Last month

"mckinley" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"It's six pm on monday. November second eighteen. Ninety six and exhausted william jennings bryan stands on the balcony. Lincoln hotel in lincoln nebraska. He's given five hundred speeches over the past ninety days today alone. He's been up since six an giving eighteenth speeches all over nebraska for the past twelve hours. But he can't give up just yet he's going to give ten more speeches between now and eleven o'clock tonight tomorrow is election day after all and he's going to give it all. He has until the very end below the balcony. Crowd of thousand people are waiting to hear from the great commoner. Hush falls over the crowd as will begins ladies and gentlemen. This is the last opportunity that i shall have to dress the people of lincoln before they sit in judgment upon the issues present in this campaign. Tomorrow we'll decide the financial policy of this nation for the next four years. At least three months. I have done what i could present. This question to. The american people traveled from nebraska to the atlantic and everywhere i have preached the same doctrine in advocated the same principles. They called it a sexual question when we began but they have found out that it is not a sectional question. It is a great controversy between the money. Power and the common people of all this country. I want you to understand campaign which we have had to fight. They have told us that the great interests of society were against us. Yes certain great interest have been the trusts have been against us but the trust are no more against me than i am against the trusts. The syndicates which have been selling bonds for the government are against me. But my friends. They have reason to be. Because if i am elected they will no longer bleed the american people. They see that the corporations are against us. Yes many of them are and they have reason to be because we believe that the corporation is a creature of law and that the government was created it is still greater than the corporation and should compel it to obey the law. We felt the influence of some of these corporations. We know what it is to have them say two men who are with us that if they vote our ticket they must be discharged and lose their bread and butter but my friends while we have against us many of these influences which are considered great and potent. We have on our side. Those who believe in the old fashioned idea of government that it should guard equal rights to all and special privileges to know friends. Varas the day upon which you register your will. Tomorrow is the day when by your ballot you described government under which you desire to live if you desire government of syndicates by syndicates enforced indicates you have a right to it and you can. Her influence with those who are against us. Still believe in the government that lincoln desire the government of the people by the people and for the people you must join with those who believe in a government hide at people work that lies before president who goes into the office with a desire to reform the financial policy. Dr trusts syndicates. From this land will be hard enough. If you supported by the people his work would be impossible became. We're not supported by them. We'll wraps up a speech cloud explodes into a closet cries of the next day. Millions of voters turn out to vote for one of the two williams the civil war vet and former governor of ohio. Republican candidate william mckinley or the great commoner and us congressman for nebraska democratic candidate william jennings bryan. Perhaps urban workers feel the need to support the business for which they work. Perhaps will consistent appeals to farmers populists alienated city folk regardless the results are soon clear. We'll mckinley takes. The densely populated northeast the northern midwest. Out to north dakota and part of the west coast william jennings bryan's takes the rest but it's not enough. The outcome is a slight popular and electoral college. Victory for will mckinley. The next day. Thursday november fifth 1896. Both men demonstrate statesmanship the free silver democrats since telegraphed canton ohio honorable william mckinley. Senator jones informs me that returns indicate your election i hasten to extend my congratulations yet submitted. The issue to the american people and their will is law. Wj brian the president-elect wires back honorable. Wj brian i acknowledged the receipt of your curtis message of congratulations. Thanks and beg. You will receive my best wishes for your health and happiness. Tycoons breathe a collective sigh of relief fears of the gold standards death any potential destabilization of the. Us dollar are gone. They'll carry on with their business with some big. Andrew carnegie embracing social gospel thinking and taking their philanthropy to a heightened level at the same time. The economy's about to boom though. Crediting william mckinley for that might be a bit of a stretch as you likely remember. From episode eighty eight. The yukon gold rush is about to begin. That's going to shift the nation's gold two silver ratio as it happens silver issues going to kind of fizzle out. But the battle isn't over. William jennings bryan immediately publishes. The story of his campaign is a book entitled the first battle. Sounds like he's not leaving the political arena anytime soon nor have we heard the last of the american railway union president who turned socialists while in prison after the pullman strike eugene debs. Indeed the gridlock. Politics of the gilded age are fading fast before the social issues in overseas expansion dicamba rapidly approaching progressive era. Those are stories for yet another game. We've got one or two special episodes and then one last gilded age tale that needs to be told that of an industrialized newsouth and a supreme court ruling destined cast a long shadow over the nation. That's right it's about time. The.

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"mckinley" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

05:15 min | Last month

"mckinley" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"Former governor then descends from cotton shake hands with the mining. So goes a typical day in william mckinley front porch campaign rather than storm across the country to rally up the voters. The republican candidate is leading voters. Come to him and they definitely come over the course of the campaign. Roughly seven hundred fifty thousand americans from across the nation. Make the track to the mckinley. Halmi canton ohio to hear him. Speak against his free silver democratic opponent william jennings bryan. The republican will continue to assail. The democratic will over the free silver issue. Will mckinley loads what he sees. As will brian stirring up divisions and making class warfare to quote the ohio republican on another front porch occasion my countrymen the most un-american of all appeals observable in this campaign is the one which seeks to array labor against capital employer against employee. Basically william m doesn't want this to turn into a campaign of main street verse wall street but that dynamic is definitely taking shape with particular thanks to his own campaign manager and republican national committee. President mark hanna. Working out of new york mark leans into the class division rhetoric as he courts donations from industrial titans. This produces serious results the tycoons or robber barons whom we've come to know quite well pony up john rockefeller's standard oil donates. Two hundred fifty thousand dollars. John himself throws in another two thousand five hundred. The barren of banking j pierpont morgan donates. Another two hundred fifty thousand dollars to the republican cause and those still reeling from the panic of eighteen ninety three and the pullman strike various railroads managed to muster another one hundred seventy four thousand all in all with donations from business tycoons pouring in daily the republican campaign spins about three point five million dollars by comparison. The democrats raise a measly three hundred thousand dollars to put that another way. John rockefeller and his company alone gave will mckinley. The rough equivalent of eighty percent of will brian total campaign budget. And that will go a long way toward shoring up. The republican candidate not leaving his front porch. Look we'll mckinley isn't stupid will. Brian is a brilliant speaker. I mean striking crucifix. Pose while making a tasteful jesus reference that skill and that's why along with considerations for his wife. Ida's health will. Mckinley isn't about to go toe to toe. Travelling the country he bluntly tells his campaign manager. Mark hanna. I cannot take the stump against that man. It's a smart play but also one that will mckinley can make in part with massive war chest with that capital. The republican hires one thousand four hundred speakers to go across the country stoking. Fear that o'brien administration will mean the destruction of american business. Industrial leaders threatened close down if the great commoner as will brian has called gets elected which scare some workers into thinking twice about voting for the democrat. The republicans also published one hundred twenty million pieces of campaign literature as well as newspaper articles attacking brian. The mckinley campaign even suggests that the young nebraskan isn't just for free silver but a true radical an anarchist. Just like the protesters at the hey marketed decade. Back sound stacked. But it's not like william jennings bryan doesn't have his supporters grover cleveland style bourbon. Democrats now called gold democrats peeling off but will. Brian is seen real success. Rallying democrats all over the south and west while some industrial workers fear. Brian's policies will lead to their place of employment getting shut down. The unions counted out with support in fact october meeting with workers. In new york's union square. Some even call him quote the new messiah. The light of the world the fearless tribune. Of the people william jennings bryan close quote moreover. The populist party joined the democrats in nominating will brian. He gets support from the significantly. More radical eugene debs to eugene rights to the democratic candidate quote. You are at this hour. The hope of the republic close quote and so the very different candidates campaign and they're very different ways. we'll. Mckinley gives front porch speeches and relies on mailers and hired speakers. Will the free silver messiah. Brian leans on his rhetorical skills. The young nebraskan travels over eighteen thousand miles on four nonstop railroad trips. Giving five hundred seventy speeches between august and november. He averages eighty thousand words a day drawing thousands of listeners in up to twenty three speeches a day which is more effective. We'll find out shortly but one thing is certain regardless of who wins between big business financing and across country speaking tour a new era has begun an american presidential elections..

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Afghanistan girls soccer team given asylum in Portugal

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Afghanistan girls soccer team given asylum in Portugal

"The girls on Afghanistan's national soccer team have been given asylum in Portugal the charter flight carried the girls ages fourteen to sixteen and their families we don't even can't even fathom that they're out of Afghanistan they're still in a state of shock for whom the motel is the captain of Afghanistan's women's national team work to help arrange their rescue from her home in Canada the mission is called operation soccer balls and was coordinated with the Taliban Nick McKinley with deliver find is hoping this is just the start to look at potentially trying to get more women and girls under the country's montage told the AP it's a bitter sweet time yes they are in a safe place now but again his name will forever be in our hearts of Janice and will always be of their main concern the girls say they want to continue playing soccer something they were told not to do while in hiding in Afghanistan I'm a Donahue

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"mckinley" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

03:17 min | Last month

"mckinley" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"And we are thrilled to be able to help them with the nazarene fund On the ground but please donate to deliver fund dot org So the other thing is an i Donald trump and i were just talking about Prime minister con Who he said was a big part of his plan to hold this thing together Prime minister con has been amazing Along with the Generally it's zere what what is his name. Do you remember But they've been remarkable in putting this together. I don't know how it happened. But i think he like a fan or something And i was. I was asked to write to him. Because he'll listen to your your email on like what and he did and tell us the role that he has played in this. So so prime minister con-constantly Deserves our thanks and And it in a debt of gratitude for for what the role that he played And i think it's important for people to understand why so the you know. They say that luck is when preparation meets opportunity Personally i like to. I like to say that lock is nothing more than divine intervention and there was serious divine intervention going on here so So prime minister con turns out As i understand it actually Listened to glenn beck radio show and so Once yeah i mean who who who saw that coming. Yeah and so what was needed in order to get these planes to take off was for somebody to interface with the taliban I happen to find myself fresh out of all of our contacts. Somebody somebody had to had to had to do that. 'cause whether we like it or not it's all about is the government on the ground afghanistan and there's nothing make. Mckinley is going to do about that. And what we do with deliver..

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"mckinley" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

The Virtual Couch

04:27 min | Last month

"mckinley" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

"I'm a licensed marriage family therapist and author speaker husband all those things. But i'm also the father of four amazing wonderful children and coming up on today's episode. I have interviewed my daughter. Mckinley aka mackey aka mac She is twenty one. I believe and i know that. Sounds like a joke but holy cow. I have joked about the approximate ages of my kids and my wife for so long that i honestly questioned myself but she was born in nineteen ninety nine and so just to make sure that i got this right. I went and looked up her age on a birthday calendar on the internet. Because i was so in my head that i was going to get her age wrong but that led me down a little bit of a rabbit trail so.

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"mckinley" Discussed on Stitch Please

Stitch Please

05:11 min | Last month

"mckinley" Discussed on Stitch Please

"Maybe it was one of the city bay images. Maybe i'm not sure not. Actually one woman says not. It's not a mona lisa. It just has that it's has an imprint in people's consciousness that similar Mona lisa is inaccurate. Mona lisa but you know but this is a. It's a brilliant photo was taken three years after independence in mali okan. It's actually a portrait of siblings. People think they're lovers this. Yeah saw i was like look at their intimacy is just so. It's so lovely but it's also this kind of idea of like Indigene and how. What is molly ian for that era and how quintessentially african. This photo is even though. They wearing western drafts. And what does it mean when someone like. This is another untitled. Undated wine from congo of the lady with the gorgeous the flower flower necklace. Just whose room is this. What does this again. The there and i guess what i love about the way that you have exploded. The idea of the gays is that we are intended. at least. that's what that's that. We are invited as being the tation in your work to think about how women thought about themselves. Yeah not oh. Let's look at them in a way that is object defying but. Let's read the story. They are trying to tell us about themselves. Opposition through the grew background through wardrobe essentially. Because even those flowers you think about it's not It's not the it's not your idea that goto in an african studio to wear hours in that way interested so you wonder like why is it because of was directed by the dog for or is it just brings all these kinds of haven't seen that many photos with flowers. Yeah it stars. And he was like that does at the woman who is but looks like she's being fortified by esters. Yes that's the clock is like people wear claw to have that volume all across the continent especially west africa. The idea of volume and people ask me why are so. Many people posed like their hands on their knees. The legs read. They look big so they look like they're sitting like this. Yes yes and it again. It was like volume was prestige. It was power it was so posing in that way with layers of block was always a display of one's power in one. Yes we see that. Have a small law. No no one's weighing slot far short to deal with small clock. We aren't big. Can you tell me a bit about what's next for you. What is your next step. You've got this amazing. And i do hope that your next step includes coming charlottesville virginia would love that to be the planet in the one that got to interview nets water. And what are your plans for your life and this is playing your lives. I wanna do lot of exhibitions because the idea of the archive is money. Easy i'm very proud and happy to have all these things in my house in whatever they give me immense joy and at the same time the idea is to really make this resource for others so before covert we were talking about. Doing a couple of shows and in ghana in particular is not going to work. Probably we probably can't get back that plan. But i got a call today from somebody in brazil who wants to try to do something looking into more ways of exhibiting the work and i i met with a book group in our cry last weekend and it was loud. One woman had the most core just picture of the great aunt or somebody with her sister and they had like invitation is to discover the stories. Women are telling about themselves. Nicholas for me helped me think about this story on telling about myself. That's exactly and i love that at some point in my life i realize i have my dna results in. I want these things but a lot of it. You can't have. So what do you what do you. Where do you go then. And what can you have exactly that. Be just as much like the feed you just as much. And that's the beauty of this offering. That is the beauty of your book as an offering. And i thank you for it. Thank you thank you so much for speaking today everybody. We have been talking with it. Ever amazing kathryn mckinley of the mckinley collection and about her amazing book. The african look look. Please check this out from independent retailers and book lovers in any place you go to buy books sweats. Local is best. I've been left local specialists the local economy of booksellers alive and well and if need some ideas about good independent booksellers it me up. I can definitely tell you. But thank you. Thank you again catherine. This was wonderful. Yes i'll see we're gonna sit down and so yes. Written that on tape about one earth.

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"mckinley" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

03:22 min | Last month

"mckinley" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

"That is the most. that's so teddy. But then on. September fourteenth. When mckinley dies roosevelt is immediately sworn in as president. And thus begins you know a very consequential presidency with teddy roosevelt's so as we wrap up here show gosh is killed executed. Electric chair october. Twenty ninth of the same year a month and a half later. Yes not quite the same level of appeals and whatnot. That exists today. Yeah it's electrocution chair. Really no job at any point in history but in one thousand nine hundred one. It's it's not a way that you want to die. it's speculated that actually his electrocution allegedly filmed by thomas edison which i think is interesting but he gets electrocuted. He has his final last words. And he he owns it. He says i killed the president because he was the enemy of the good people the working people so he's unapologetic in his stance and takes that literally to his death. Yeah all right well. let's leave it there. And as we wrap up i guess. Maybe let's return to the words of margaret leech. Mckinley biographer. Because i think there. Is this really interesting picture. Here of roosevelt takes over and as leach puts it. You know we have this steady faithful. Simple president mckinley was assassinated and now we have the primacy as she puts of the young men crowding forward. The nation felt another leadership nervous aggressive strong and under command of a bold young captain. This is teddy roosevelt. Here america set sail on the stormy voyage of the twentieth century. so really I think an inflection point and it sort of ushering in a different kind of politics here in with this assassination Okay let's leave it there. Nicole hammer thanks to you as always thinks jody and kelly carta jackson. Thanks to you my pleasure. This day esoteric. Political history is a proud member of radio topa from p. r. x. A network of independent listener supported artists owned. Podcasts are researcher and producer. Jacob feldman our producer is britney brown color. A coup helps with transcripts. Julia shapiro is executive producer for radio. Tovia get in touch with us. If you have any questions or comments or ideas for the show you can email us this. Stay pod at mail dot com or you can find a form at this sta- pod dot com where you can also get our full archives transcripts and learn lots more about the show follow us on social at this they pod on instagram and twitter or rea- posting stuff each and every day. My.

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"mckinley" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

06:17 min | Last month

"mckinley" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

"Showcasing your showcasing new technology. Look how many words we can put into a fireworks display. Welcome one two three four five six nine ten words a phrase welcome president mckinley chief of our nation. And our empire. Catholics on sleep on that last word probably the most important yeah so he attends That's that's sort of the night before he attends the next day. It's actually september six. We should say but he attends this public meet-and-greet he shaking hands and here comes leeann. Show gosh Mickey he is usually referred to as the anarchist neon leon. Show gosh tell us a little bit about his political leanings and motivations here yeah so. He is a polish immigrant to the united states. He grows up in detroit. He was a child worker like so many people in so many migrants the united states who worked in a steel mill when he was just a kid and he lost his job in the midst of one of these many panics. That were happening. In the late nineteenth century the economy was really powerful but it was also really unstable so people would have boom times and then they would have these deep depressions where lots and lots of people lose their jobs. They would have no unemployment compensation they would basically have their lives on the line. And it's in this moment that he turns to anarchism in sees it as a solution for the problems that he's having in his life and anarchism at the time was closely associated with the assassination of political leaders it was one of the the tools and the anarchist tool belts when it came to political revolution and political change in so he saw himself. He saw this as a very political act. He wanted to affect the government of the united states. And this is also a time. We should say where you could actually get close to president way closer than you could now. There was not a formalized secret service in the way that we understand it today and so the ability to be able to gain close proximity to a us president was was not out of bounce though. There's an interesting element there. Which is that yes. We talked at the swimming assassinations of this era. That roosevelt assassination. For instance that you can get this level proximity but i am also struck that almost every story of political assassination attempt or assassination. There is also a trail of warnings and fears and in and that was the case here to their the the secretary to the president. George b coral. You actually took this event off the books a couple times saying we fear that there's going to be an assassination attempt But yes i mean. I think the the to take half a step back the larger story of political ounce in this country that we've gotten better over the years at snuffing out these attempts and preventing them in heightened security and so forth but i think throughout there's always been warning signs and it's kind of striking in this case too and mckinley. I think by all accounts actually actually sort of ignored the advice right nikki and said no. I'm going to put this back on the schedule quarter. You had good reason to fear. Not only was there this surge in violence Toward political leaders but two presidents had recently been assassinated while in office and so he takes us off the books because it's so many people and there there is security there but they don't have the same kind of training mckinley paying a ton of attention to them and their racial profiling. They're looking for people who look like italian immigrants who look like german immigrants because those are the populations they believe represent the anarchists and so they actually stop a few different people who look like they're of those ethnicities but when it comes to show. Gosh he looks very midwestern and so they're just like oh. Yeah you're go right on through and in the wake of this. I think as is often the case right this Galvanizes and accelerates efforts to consolidate some of this intelligence gathering. And so you know within the few years you have what's eventually becomes the fbi. and you. and i think we talked about that black. Tom incident which was about ten years later. So but this is an era where because of political violence you start to see the intelligence state. Really start to come together and it's interesting too. Because he he fires two shots almost a third he he tries to shoot him a third time and you know the the crowd around him sort of attacks him impulse him away but the fact that he could again get so close in and shoot off his gun. Multiple times Is it's just wild and the fact that you know president. Mckinley is still sort of. He's aware he doesn't die instantly. he has sort of final words and then until he finally loses his life. It's it's touch and go for a while yet. It looks like he's going to be okay. I mean getting shot in the chest twice is not great for your health. But it's not until maybe a week or so later when gangrene sets in And there's been a lot of speculation as to you know was he not cared for properly. You know is there was this preventable death Because it does take so long for him to die. But it's ultimately that secondary infection that kills him. Meanwhile his vice president theodore roosevelt is making his way up. He was fishing. I think at the time when he got word and now he is thrust into the presidency And he makes his way up to buffalo. Actually i think is there for a couple of days and then leaves because he thinks mckinley is going to recover. And then is back in dc when he gets word and is very quickly on but he leaves and goes on vacation. I'm like the president's been shots and your impulses. Let's go mountain climbing..

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"mckinley" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

06:16 min | Last month

"mckinley" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

"Hello and welcome to this day in esoteric political history from radio tokyo. My name is jody advocates this day. September seventh nineteen o one at the pan american exhibition in buffalo new york. President william mckinley shaking hands with people in the crowd when a twenty eight year. Old man named leon show gosh fires two shots into his chest. Mckinley rose slightly on his toes before collapsing forward. Saying be careful how you tell my wife. He collapsed and was rushed to a hospital. It would be over a week before. Mckinley would finally succumb to his injuries in the hospital. It looked like he would recover and then he worsened and eventually he did die. The third us president to be assassinated. There's lincoln and garfield and mckinley nikki. Kelly of the four presidents assassinated and. Us history. mckinley the most overlooked. What do we think. I might give that to garfield. Actually i don't know i forgotten field and mckinley. I don't think people well a lot on either garfield because people forget he was president. Like i don't think he even pops up in people's minds but mckinley is definitely a close second. All right well. Those voices are of course nicole. Hammer of columbia and kelly carter jackson of wellesley. And we are here to talk about the assassination. Hello there howler. Jody hey there so yeah okay. So so kelly. You become good point. At least mckinley was a president. Maybe they don't maybe they don't know much beyond that. So what kind of president was mckinley. And then we'll talk about why leon show gosh assassinated. I mean i think part of the reason why people aren't quite aware because mckinley sort of a middle of the road president. He doesn't do anything. Quite remarkable or super scandalous or controversial. In the way that would sort of stamp him in our historical minds But you know he's not he's not horrible resident when we think about sort of the lineages lineage of american presidents. But he's a republican. He's from ohio. He proceeds grover Cleveland as president. He's the last american president to have served in the civil war which i think is interesting And he really you know what leads. The spanish american war is responsible for the annexation of hawaii and also the philippines and guam and cuba and Puerto rico so he's a part of this error of imperialism that pretty much takes on a whole new level when his predecessor. Teddy roosevelt comes into office. I wonder if he was somewhat overshadowed by roosevelt because can does do all of these things. He's innovative when it comes to campaigning. He's sort of inaugurates. The modern campaign he as you said was president when the us won the spanish american war but teddy roosevelt was leaving the rough riders in cuba and teddy roosevelt was using the bully pulpit and all of these new and innovative ways until he was just such a larger than life figure that even someone like mckinley who is pretty popular is president gets overshadowed because of who came after. Yeah i think that's a really good point. Yeah and certainly rose about as part of this story. You know his reaction to this assassination and his rise to power a roosevelt himself You know less than ten years later about ten years later does an assassination attempt. We've done that episode and you know. I think we can talk about this. An era it feels like an era of assassination and political violence and so forth. But let's go to buffalo everyone. That's always afraid to talk about the pan. American exhibition Well first off right. This is the era of these. Big exhibitions You know were showcasing. Different cultures and showcasing new technologies and. Mckinley is really like he's the president of the united states. But it does feel like this is a big moment for me. he's speaking to crowds. That seemed to really adore him And so it really. Is this like you know it is quite quite a moment at this. World's fair type event. These expos are are huge especially at the turn of the century. I mean you have over one hundred thousand people gathering filing into you know Meet vip's and especially president mckinley. And he wants to meet with the people you know he wants to shake hands and kiss babies and that sort of like his mo. He is highly beloved at this point so it makes sense for him to do something like this. Yeah he just been reelected and so his popularity was pretty high and you know what i mentioned earlier that he'd started this. New form of campaigning was actively campaigning and he was going out and he was meeting people and people really liked him for that and they were eager to meet with him and mingle with him he had this real man of the people feel about him and that the level of excitement around him is fascinating. So i don't think that i knew he was quite so personally popular as he appears in the affable one of one of his biographers. Or maybe i don't know one of his biographers have. Maybe it's only biographer margaret leach. You wrote a who wrote. A biography of mckinley talks about his quote firm unquestioning faith. His kindly frock coated dignity his accessibility and dedication to the people. The federal simplicity. That would not be seen again in washington so that gives you a sense of who he was by the way frock coated dignity. Return phrase yet where you can combine someone's clothing with a sense of who they are you know i think for me would be like you know sweatpants sweatpants wearing affability or whatever the other the other interesting tidbit about this world's fair. Yeah he does this massive speech there is a pyrotechnics display in which it's the fireworks say. Welcome president mckinley chief of our nation and our empire so a lot of lot of words for fireworks the spell..

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Rapper Phipps Paroled; Long Claimed Innocence in Death Case

AP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 4 months ago

Rapper Phipps Paroled; Long Claimed Innocence in Death Case

"McKinley Mac Phipps has been released from prison after being granted parole. In the case of a 2000 and one shooting at a South Louisiana nightclub. Phipps was serving a 30 year sentence after a jury found him guilty of manslaughter. At the time of the shooting. He was a 22 year old rapper.

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"mckinley" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

03:43 min | 4 months ago

"mckinley" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"The president's stomach had both entry and exit wound but they didn't have the tools to properly work on the president. There was an experimental x ray at the exposition which could have been used to help. The doctors find the bullet but they never thought to use it. Cho- gash was immediately taken to a local police station where he was held under arrest. Crowds gathered outside the police station and when people found out that he was an anarchist. There were attacks on other anarchists around the country. At first it appeared that the president might survive the day after on september seventh appeared to be doing better vice president. Theodore roosevelt was in vermont and rushed to buffalo to attend to the president by september. Ninth yet actually. Left again confident that the president would make a full recovery on september tenth secretary of state. John hey arrived. Hey had been a personal secretary. Abraham lincoln and was a personal friend of james garfield the two previously assassinated presidents. Mckinley is improving condition however was deceptive gangrene was spreading in his body and the affection got worse and worse at two fifteen. Am on saturday. September fourteenth nineteen o. one president. William mckinley passed away vice. President theodore roosevelt was returning to buffalo. He learned of the news when he arrived at a train station in north creek. New york where there was a special train waiting to take him to buffalo when he arrived in buffalo. The decision was made to take the oath of office immediately. As for troll gash. He was indicted by a grand jury just two days. After the president's death he was assigned to defense attorneys but he refused to speak to either of them as he viewed them as being part of the system he was trying to fight. He did however speak freely and often with his prison guards. The trial began on september. Twenty third nine days after mckinley steph toll. Gosh plea of guilty. But the judge recorded it as not guilty. The defense had no witnesses and because show gash refused to cooperate he really had no defense at all. The case was open and shut as there were multiple witnesses a murder weapon and chill. Gosh never really challenged the fact that he did it. The jury found him guilty after only thirty minutes and that was only because they took the time to review. The evidence was sentenced to death by electric chair. Gosh did not seek an appeal and was resigned to his fate. He was executed on october. Twenty ninth just forty. Five days after william mckinley died his last words were quote. I killed the president because he was the enemy of the good people. The good working people. I am not sorry for my crime. I m sorry. I could not see my father unquote. His body was drenched with sulfuric acid before burial to facilitate dissolution of his corpse the aftermath of the assassination had several repercussions after three presidential assassinations..

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"mckinley" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:56 min | 4 months ago

"mckinley" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Mckinley isn't one of the better known. Us presidents which is sort of odd for starters is election in eighteen ninety six ushered in an entire reordering of the political system in the united states as i mentioned in my previous episode. Un-american six political eras q one. Two presidential elections and most presidents who've won two terms usually are the ones who stand out in history finally he was assassinated and the president's were killed in office like kennedy and lincoln tend to be deified in remembered. The mckinley administration ushered in many significant changes to the united states government. Under mckinley the us entered into the spanish american war. Its first foreign war. The mckinley administration also began an ill-fated attempt at trying to become a colonial power gaining territories for the first time. Puerto rico guam. Hawaii american samoa in the philippines all became us territories under william mckinley while there weren't any opinion polls at the time by any measure. Mckinley was a popular president. He won two presidential elections by comfortable margins and even had to publicly announced that he wasn't going to seek a third term. he was first elected in eighteen. Ninety six when the country was in the middle of depression after the panic of eighteen ninety three and the economy in the country was. On the rebound. The other player in the story is the assassin liangelo. Gosh shogun was born in michigan to a polish family of eight children and grew up in detroit. His education was limited as you went to work in a glass factory in pennsylvania in his teens and later went to work at a steel factory. In cleveland when the panic of eighteen ninety three struck which absolutely is going to be the subject of a future episode. He along with others at the steel mill was laid off and then asked to accept lower wages. The company went on strike which began the political awakening of liangelo. Gosh he started by attending meetings of moderate socialist groups and then gravitated towards more extreme groups before finally winding up as an anarchist troll. Gosh was a socially awkward person. You never dated. Anyone had few friends in would like all good. Assassins be described as a loner he began approaching anarchist leaders around the midwest and began asking very direct questions about their organization in a way that made them seem rather shady. Some groups thought he was a spy in july of nineteen o one he attended a speech by noted anarchist leader goldman and then later went to her house to talk to her..

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Football coaches fired after forcing player to eat pork

AP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 5 months ago

Football coaches fired after forcing player to eat pork

"I'm Charles de la Decima, the football coach at McKinley High School in Canton, Ohio, and six other coaches were fired after football player said he was forced to eat pork in violation of his religious beliefs for missing a voluntary workout. Player and his family are members of the Hebrew Israelite religious faith and do not eat pork. Ed

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"mckinley" Discussed on RiYL

RiYL

05:10 min | 5 months ago

"mckinley" Discussed on RiYL

"President for that obviously. This is just jazz. Generally but it you're just sort of your freer but it's got to be more difficult because you don't have any really clear foundation when you're creating the music definitely. Yeah so i think the other thing. That kind of puts me in a different group. That i think i leaned much more into not only vulnerability of the lyrics but also the vulnerability of the music. I feel people think. Jazz is either technical or chaotic. They don't really think about the inbetween. Actuality both of those extremes have this sort of vulnerability of either you are allowing yourself to know what comes next or you have no idea what comes next. And i felt like that would be really cool with the kind of match with the lyrics. That are very much conceptually. Like i don't know what comes next. Or i know exactly what i'm about to do tonight. You know so. It's kind of this thing where i thought that sonically matched the story. Do you start though in the same place in the same way that if you were doing kind of a more traditional wraps on you would start with a with a drum machine. Do you start with the drummer. And then kind of build a pieces up from there. Usually i will be having an experience or a moment or a thought. And i kind of will write down what that thought is and then once i write down with that thought is i kind of approach it. What is the best way. I could explain this. Like the most beautiful way i could say these words like with certain rhythms and things like that but i try to find ways that i can just push the meaning and the concepts as far as i can without it being too too big into abstract but from there once i have enough of those meaning that those experiences that are the same from different points in time i kind of put them together into one verse and then once i have a full verse like this part of the verse is very calm rapid very calm and then this part of the verse. I'll get more loud. I'll get more in your face and then this part of the last two bars the verse all calm down again. You know so once. I have that sort of like feeling that. I felt when i was writing it. I record the vocal draft. And then i sort of approach all the instruments. I think i wanna on it. You know if. I'm doing something in your face. I would love really heavy plucking or very loud guitar things like that. So i approach the guitar star. Approach this stanton third and then allow everybody to sort of get to me when they can..

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"mckinley" Discussed on RiYL

RiYL

04:59 min | 5 months ago

"mckinley" Discussed on RiYL

"I mean obviously there's the issue people comparing directly to what is masterpiece of a record by like one of the great you know one of the great wrappers of our arab ultimately. I think it's a net positive from the standpoint of anybody who opens people up sonically is probably beneficial to you putting a record out into the world. I think it's it's hard because a lot of a lot of people who aren't black will see rappers and they try to immediately put them within this sort of binary of this versus this. And it's not. It's not knowingly but there definitely is sort of an unknown a subconscious push to being like. Oh no names. Like lauren hill. And it's like well now that means there's only room for one you either preferred the old or you prefer the new. You know i mean and it's kind of this thing to happen so frequently. Because there's such a limited amount of i mean a limited amount of rappers but a limited amount of black women rappers. Awad i think a lot of people go tell us all the time you know bigger to you know..

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"mckinley" Discussed on RiYL

RiYL

05:18 min | 5 months ago

"mckinley" Discussed on RiYL

"It's interesting to create an entire work sort of knowing wisconsin racing to to the finish line. It sounds like definitely. That's so cool. You interviewed jeff. Smith bone soaks so-called. But yeah definitely it definitely gives you sort of an ending insight and i think it kind of forces you to be okay with whatever happens you know and not not be worried about the mistakes that you've made creating it because those ultimately if you do it if you do it correctly should go back into how you than finish this thing. So how much of that broader narrative that you just described to me. Is it a picture that you figure it out. Once all the songs were there at play someone was picturing you on like a cop show with all the court boards in the wires and everything else trying to connect all these pieces. how intentional is that storyline. That you just gave me honestly. It's kinda wild it's like it's it's it's wild and it's messed up and it's humorous. But i started writing the story along time ago. You know. and it's the first two albums revolved around a certain event. That happened a fictional event. That happened in the neighborhood that then sort of complicated this character to kind of dive deeper into all of his experiences aka me figuring out black masculinity issues figuring out black queer issues black women issues adding trans people into there so this whole thing and then i should add in for the listener before we go any further. That you know we're pulling back the camera but more this is the third of trilogy. Yeah yeah yeah. The i do. I wanted to talk to the hate yourself. In two thousand sixteen and the second one is the importance of self belief in two thousand eighteen. We discussed specifically the the ark of the last album. What is the broader are top it out of the three. They kind of detail. My life as i'm learning you know that's i think a self insured is kind of what most artists do. But i think that with the first one who thought you to hit yourself. Sorta was me started writing that around us fourteen. So it's kind of me coming into this sort of like a black issues. They should be more president my ideas and my thinking in my practice but i was really kinda only leaning towards blast masculinity you know which is definitely something to fight for. But i didn't really know the full picture so with importance of self belief. Kinda came this thing where i was like and it kind of goes with his sonically..

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"mckinley" Discussed on RiYL

RiYL

05:52 min | 5 months ago

"mckinley" Discussed on RiYL

United Center mass vaccination site officially up and running for Chicago residents

Chicago Tonight

04:37 min | 8 months ago

United Center mass vaccination site officially up and running for Chicago residents

"Nearly one in five illinois residence has received at least the first dose of corona virus vaccine thousands. More will reach that point over the coming weeks at their doctor's office a pharmacy and as of today at the united center the federally run. Mass vaccination site officially opened this morning to delight in confusion. Amanda finicky joins us now. The united center. Amanda how's it going. Their brand s. Some six thousand people are set to get the pfizer vaccine here at the united center for the next six weeks. But if you are trying to get one of those appointments or perhaps you were able to snag on and then you're confused about whether you're going to keep it or not. Well there is good reason to be confused even dignitaries got their numbers a bit muddled today with one official at first saying that one hundred and ten thousand appointments had already been booked and then leader or clarification from the city's public health commissioner saying no as of this point about fifty thousand reservations made and later in the day. Dr allison arwady really did seem to give a nod to that confusion. And i know there's been a lot of Questions about the united center. And i know that the focus the renewed focus on equity that has come Has led to some changes and even some confusion for people and i apologize for people who are feeling unsure about this resource for a gone a quick note that the media is set apart some from where individuals that are getting that vaccine till eight o'clock tonight our media guidelines did ask that we not bother them for the sake of their privacy so the video that you should be seeing on. Your screen is actually from a preview yesterday afternoon now as for that confusion that stems from a day prior sunday when accessed to appointments suddenly got switched at first anyone age sixty five or older from anywhere in illinois could sign up there was also a huge rush during a brief window with seven hundred fifty four appointments per minute booked during a window that let in younger individuals with certain co morbidity things like cancer or pulmonary disease officials say that early data from that showed that less than forty percent of those who got appointments were kogyo residents already called that unacceptable defeating the entire purpose of fema deciding to put a mask backs initiation clinic here. Chicago's west side. We have a lot of neighborhoods that have been burdened heavily by kobe. A lot of heavily black and heavily latin next neighborhoods a lot of neighborhoods that have more barriers to getting vaccinated and one of the decisions for placing the The vaccination center here was recognizing that we really wanted to reach chicago residents so for now. There is really no way to make an appointment here. Temporarily access cut off. It is set to reopen later this week. In the meanwhile local and state officials say that they're going to try to work to fill those appointments behind the scenes with an aim of sixty percent of reservations going to chicago residents thirty percent to residents of suburban cook and then ten percent for those who live throughout the rest of illinois this city in particular targeting folks from vulnerable communities including those near the united center humble park for example but also a handful of other zip codes that includes mckinley park chatham roseland south shore and then in cases you're going to have chunks of appointments booked and set aside for community groups to help get the word out. We didn't really get a ton of specifics from officials on that now or what. He says that this focus on equity isn't just the right thing to do. She says it's the way to nip cove in the good also. The thing that gets our city past covid making sure more people are vaccinated in the heaviest hit zip. Codes is how we actually decrease our case rate how we decrease the risk variants. And how we're able to reopen the city and have lower risks to that end. she says. The city is making progress in decreasing case. It's particularly in latin next chicagoans ends where we now are seeing case rates for covid of latin x chicago that are not higher than Than you would expect them to be based on population where our case rates are really looking like the city as far as race ethnicity goes

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Fire Breaks Out In Chicago's McKinley Park Building

WGN Showcase

00:22 sec | 8 months ago

Fire Breaks Out In Chicago's McKinley Park Building

"To a commercial and residential building in Chicago's McKinley Park neighborhood last night after a fire there three hours earlier. No one was in that building. The cause of the fire is currently unknown. Earlier around noon, a fire broke out of the West Lawn apartment building three people, including a child or in the hospital. Fire officials say something was left on the kitchen stove unattended. The fire was contained to that unit. Illinois health officials

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13-year-old shot in South los Angeles

Tim Conway Jr.

00:13 sec | 8 months ago

13-year-old shot in South los Angeles

"Old has been shot in South Los Angeles. This happened around 4 30 this afternoon in the South Park neighborhood off McKinley Avenue. The child was shot in the leg and taken to the hospital. No description of the suspect has been released. Los Angeles

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1 dead, 3 injured after shooting outside illegal club in Tacoma south of Seattle

News, Traffic and Weather

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

1 dead, 3 injured after shooting outside illegal club in Tacoma south of Seattle

"And and three three others others are are in in the hospital the hospital following following a a shooting shooting at at a a Tacoma Tacoma business business early early this this morning morning when when he he had had out out with with Tacoma, Tacoma, P. P. D D says says they they got got a a call call just just after after two two about about a a shooting shooting at at 36th 36th and and East East McKinley McKinley Avenue Avenue when when officers officers arrived. arrived. They found They found Three Three victims. victims. One One was was unresponsive. unresponsive. They They immediately immediately started started life life saving saving measures measures to to coma coma fire. fire. Medics Medics did did declare declare that that subject subject deceased deceased on on scene. scene. Two Two other other victims victims were were located located female female with with a a non non life life threatening threatening injury injury that that was was transported transported to to a a local local hospital. hospital. And And a a male male with with a a serious serious injuries. injuries. It It was was transported transported to to a a local local hospital. hospital. Ah, Ah, fourth fourth victim victim was was dropped dropped off off at at a a local local hospital hospital in in a a private private vehicle. vehicle. Apparently Apparently the the shooting shooting occurred occurred at at an an after after hours hours club club in in the the building building that that police police had had responded responded to to before. before.

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1 dead, 3 injured after shooting outside illegal club in Tacoma

News, Traffic and Weather

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

1 dead, 3 injured after shooting outside illegal club in Tacoma

"Dead and three others are in the hospital following a shooting at a Tacoma business early this morning when he had out with Tacoma, P. D says they got a a call call just just after after two two about about a a shooting shooting at at 36th 36th and and East East McKinley McKinley Avenue Avenue when when officers officers arrived. arrived. They They found found Three Three victims. victims. One One was was unresponsive. unresponsive. They They immediately immediately started started life life saving saving measures measures to to coma coma fire. fire. Medics Medics did did declare declare that that subject subject deceased deceased on on scene. scene. Two other victims were located female with a non life threatening injury that was transported to a local hospital. And a male with a serious injuries. It was transported to a local hospital. Ah, fourth victim was dropped off at a local hospital in a private vehicle. Apparently the shooting occurred at an after hours club in the building that police had responded to before.

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Dallas County constable reinforces removal steps after ‘unlawful’ eviction of Dallas mother of three

The Dallas Morning News

01:01 min | 9 months ago

Dallas County constable reinforces removal steps after ‘unlawful’ eviction of Dallas mother of three

"A dallas county constable is reassuring residents in east and west dallas. His office will handle evictions for rental. Non-payment during the pandemic in compliance with texas supreme court and cdc guidelines only days after the dallas morning news reported on an unlawful eviction of a dallas mother of three dallas county constable precinct. Five michael roscoe didn't specifically cite the election of john mckinley in his statement yesterday but he outlined in explicit detail how he has directed deputies to handle eviction cases in his jurisdiction. It's a policy that has been in effect for his office since september. Twenty four th twenty twenty. His office didn't handle the eviction that was the subject of the news is article also said in the statement it is of the utmost importance to me that all federal state and local laws and rules are followed providing each side with the ability to pursued their lawful and legal recourses and remedies accordingly

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9 top New York health officials resign as Gov. Andrew Cuomo scorns COVID-19 advice from experts

The Takeaway

05:15 min | 9 months ago

9 top New York health officials resign as Gov. Andrew Cuomo scorns COVID-19 advice from experts

"York has been through hell, but the finish line is in sight. New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, has arguably been one of the most visible politicians during the pandemic. The national media praised his measured tone during his daily press briefings back in the spring when New York City was the epicenter of the virus and New Yorkers agreed Polling in July showed that 72% of them approved of how the governor had responded to the crisis. For many Cuomo's apparent reliance on evidence and facts to guide his decisions was a relief from President Trump's daily Lies and misinformation about the virus. Here's Governor Cuomo talking to NBC News back in March. Don't operate on what I hope what I would like to see you What My expectation is I operate on the data on the numbers and on the science. Recent reporting from The New York Times, however, shows some cracks in that picture. According to the time since the summer, nine senior New York State Health Department officials have left their positions for being quote. Sidelined and disrespected by Governor Cuomo by not listening to their advice. Some believe the governor has potentially hindered the state's ability to stop the spread of the virus successfully roll out the vaccine. Here's what Governor Cuomo had to say during a recent press briefing. When I say experts in your quotes it sounds like I'm saying, I don't really trust the experts. Because I don't Because I don't Jesse McKinley is the Albany bureau chief for The New York Times. Jesse Thanks for joining us. Absolutely. So, What happened? I mean, why is Governor Cuomo shifting from someone who said he trusted the experts to someone who says he doesn't? Well, I think that was a pretty shocking remark. I think a lot of draws dropped not only in the room, but probably people listening nationwide and across the state. The point I think the governor was trying to make, although you might have been him handed about it was that he did not trust you know federal experts and people who Had given him bad advice in the past. Now, keep in mind. This has been a steady refrain of the governor that he feels like the feds let him down that the virus was coming when they didn't expect it. But the understood the thing that underscores this was our reporting in the paper on Monday, which basically showed that a lot of these so called experts that he has sustained for are in fact leading his department of Health. And leaving that department little bit in the lurch at a time in which the pandemic is so raging here in New York, you found in fact, in your reporting that nine senior New York State Health Department officials have left the department since the summer. Is this tension that you're describing between Governor Cuomo and essentially state public health officials? Really? What drove that? I think it's an undercurrent. Almost all of those nine leaving, you know, keep in mind the governor of common long before he became kind of the pandemic Slayer that he was known last spring and summer. Was known for a very heavy handed approach to state government and that included the state agencies like the Department of Health are under his under his, You know, Leadership s. Oh, he's always been known as a tough boss. But I think the intensity of the pandemic I think that the fact that he and a very small coterie of aides were dictating policy, often without the Department of Health, knowing what was coming Lead to enormous tension and also dispirited people in the Department of Health. You know, some of the sources we spoke to spoke of all time low morale inside at the Department of Health. You made the point that often times in situations like this, where you're facing a huge crisis, People rise the challenge, and they feel like their their expertise and their skill sets are are valued. And in many cases the governor made these people feel like they were not valued in and kind of dunderheads. You know, at a time in which he alone knew the best way forward. I want to get into the governor's decision to work with private hospitals in just a moment. But before that has the departure of these nine public health officials had any effect on the actual rollout of the vaccine distribution, or, you know efforts to control the spread of the virus. It's difficult to say at this point, but but what is incontrovertible is is that the governor instituted a different plan than the one that was on the books now. Now keep in mind, the Department of Health as well as local departments of health. Do Max vaccinations They have done these. They have plans on the books. They you know. In 2000 and nine they handled H one n one. There have been past outbreaks. There have been certainly public health vaccinations for everything from measles toe. Other childhood illnesses like this is something that local health departments know how to do and let they have plans to do. And in the case of this pandemic, the governor decided that they would do a different plan, often without informing the local health departments or even his own state Department of Health. That he had a different idea how to do this, and that leads to what you were talking about in using you know, large hospital systems is kind of the primary, you know point of contact for vaccinations rather than leaving it up Tol, local health departments or other authorities.

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Vandals Try to Pull Down Chicago Park's McKinley Statue

NBC Nightly News

01:20 min | 11 months ago

Vandals Try to Pull Down Chicago Park's McKinley Statue

"Now to the mystery after a nationwide spree of destruction aimed at statues of historical figures like george washington and abraham lincoln tonight. Who might have done it. And why lane alexander reports in spokane washington. It was a statue of president. Lincoln splashed with red paint in portland. A cemetery dedicated to veterans of america's nineteenth century wars tagged with graffiti toppled george washington statue in minneapolis and chicago. This statue at mckinley park historic monuments and during the thanksgiving weekend all targeted by vandals on many a similar message anti-colonialism graffiti no more genocide and the words land back an apparent reference to a campaign focused on returning american land to indigenous peoples so far in portland three arrests for facing grocery store all of it reminiscent of similar backlash against confederate statues. In recent years message that people are trying to deliver that they want to see a change. A change in the system of white supremacy that is characterized by these public events and memorials that speed to a very painful pass across the country. Police are still searching for those responsible.

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Police: Woman dead after van crashes into Buffalo monument

America's First News

00:28 sec | 11 months ago

Police: Woman dead after van crashes into Buffalo monument

"In Buffalo, New York, say a woman was killed Thanksgiving day when a speeding mini van plowed into the McKinley monument. Authorities say the early morning crash downtown left a male driver in critical condition. The woman dead at the scene, the vehicle reached an extreme rate of speed, according to police as it hit the marble. Obliques near City Hall. The 96 FT Tall Monument honors that President William McKinley was assassinated during a 1901 visit to Buffalo.

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4 Boston Schools Are Reopening for in-Person Classes Monday

WBZ Overnight News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

4 Boston Schools Are Reopening for in-Person Classes Monday

"For Boston schools are set to reopen Monday for high need students. Those schools include Carter McKinley, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. And Henderson BPS Superintendent Brenda CAS. Ilia says that while remote learning has greatly improved for many students in person, learning is the best approach. Boston School switch to fully remote learning last month of midday rise in covert cases, and this comes as covert 19 is making a record shattering resurgence this fall. An average of over 1100 Americans have died each day from the virus over the course of the last week. With colder weather and the holidays approaching, there's concern the virus could spiral out of

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4 Boston Schools To Resume In-Person Learning For High Needs Students

WBZ Afternoon News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

4 Boston Schools To Resume In-Person Learning For High Needs Students

"Boston schools are set to reopen tomorrow for high needs students. Those schools include include Carter McKinley, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and Henderson. BPS. Superintendent Reddick A. Celia says that while remote learning is greatly improved for many students in person, learning is the best approach. Boston School switched the Fully remote learning last month amid arise and covert case is the latest numbers here in Massachusetts more than 2800 cases in 27 newly reported deaths there 705 people in the hospital, 151 of them in ICU, estimated over 29,000 active cases.

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AAA: End of daylight-saving time will result in uptick in car crashes in the next two weeks

Bryan Suits

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

AAA: End of daylight-saving time will result in uptick in car crashes in the next two weeks

"People across most of America are getting ready to turn their clocks back tonight is daylight saving time ends Skylar McClenny McKinley with Trivoli says it brings the usual challenges on the road's starting next week. It might be most pronounced on Monday. But really, for the next two weeks, we know that we're going to see an increase in crashes. The result of this McKinley says The reason for more crashes is that the change affects the body's internal clock, making people more likely to get less sleep. Daylight saving time officially ends at two o'clock tomorrow morning.

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Principals critical of Washington D.C. school system’s plan to reopen elementary schools

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Principals critical of Washington D.C. school system’s plan to reopen elementary schools

"D C school high school principals air speaking out against the city's plan to put 7000 students back in elementary using employees from their schools to make it happen. The principle of McKinley technology High who stands to lose six employees tells the Post quote. I don't want to downplay the dire straits that our elementary school kids were facing. But I don't think taking away resource is for middle and high school kids is the answer.

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NASA To Send A New Toilet To International Space Station

All Things Considered

03:34 min | 1 year ago

NASA To Send A New Toilet To International Space Station

"Be challenging. Even simple tasks here on Earth are much more difficult in orbit like going to the bathroom. But that's about to get a little easier, especially for the growing number of women. Astronauts from member station W. M. Fi, Brendan Byrne reports. NASA is sending a new toilet to the S. When it comes to building NASA's next toilet. Jim Fuller takes pride in his work. You know, when the astronauts have to go, we want to allow them to boldly go. Fuller is a project manager at Collins Aerospace, working on the $23 million contract with NASA on the agency's next generation, potty or a NASA speak the Universal Waste Management system. A new cosmic ca mod is smaller, lighter, more efficient and built with three d printed parts. So it can be fixed easily in space because the agency plans to send this toilet not only to the international space station but to the moon. And one day maybe Mars. To do that Engineers have to shrink down the system, says NASA's Melissa McKinlay. The space capsules are very small and use of the toilet area takes up a lot of space on a spacecraft and we want to get this is usable is possible, but minimize it where we can going to the bathroom in space is not easy and space toilets are complex Number two right here, show you, but you see, it's pretty small astronauts, Sonny Williams demonstrated how to use one when she Is on the in 2012 in space. You can't rely on gravity to move things where they need to go. Instead, a zero G toilet relies on fans and vacuums to pull material away from the astronauts and preferably from the rest of the crew to Williams says solids are directed into bags or been for disposal. So you have to have a pretty good aim. Can you be ready to make sure things get? Let go the right direction, and it smells a little bit so I'm closing it up. Liquid waste astronauts use a hose with a funnel attached to it well, that poses a challenge when female astronauts need to use the toilet for both functions, McKinley says. Due to the differences in male and female anatomy, women have issues aligning the urine collection funnel while also using the solid waste portion of the toilet. A new NASA designed better accommodates the female anatomy, which is important as more women. Astronauts travel to space. Well, it's that time retired astronaut Nicole Stott spent more than 100 days in orbit. I really like that they're going on with this way, because I think there's just in general, you know, understanding that there have been some challenges with. You know the toilets with their current design, but also that it says, Hey, we acknowledge that this demographic is part of the astronaut corps. Now it's kind of sad. The toilet to do that, right? NASA's issues with equipment for women is no secret. A historic all female spacewalk was delayed last year when the agency didn't have the correct sized space suits. NASA will take the toilet design changes and apply them to the development of other new tack like spacesuits to focus on anatomical differences. I think it's telling that that's just becoming As part of the initial design for what we want to do, and you know if we go further and further from a planet that would want to consider all of our crew mates in the way we design things, If all goes as planned. The new toilet will be installed later this month, and NASA is asking the astronauts to give it all they've got to stress test the system. For NPR News. I'm Brendan Byrne in Orlando.

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NASA To Send A New Toilet To International Space Station

All Things Considered

03:35 min | 1 year ago

NASA To Send A New Toilet To International Space Station

"Space station can be challenging. Even simple tasks here on Earth are much more difficult in orbit like going to the bathroom. But that's about to get a little easier, especially for the growing number of women. Astronauts from member station W. M. Fi, Brendan Byrne reports. NASA is sending a new toilet to the SS. When it comes to building NASA's next toilet. Jim Fuller takes pride in his work. You know, when the astronauts have to go, we want to allow them to boldly go. Fuller is a project manager at Collins Aerospace, working on the $23 million contract with NASA on the agency's next generation, potty or a NASA speak the Universal Waste Management system. A new cosmic ca mod is smaller, lighter, more efficient and built with three d printed parts. So it can be fixed easily in space because the agency plans to send this toilet not only to the international space station but to the moon. And one day maybe Mars. To do that Engineers had to shrink down the system, says NASA's Melissa McKinlay. The space capsules are very small and use of the toilet area takes up a lot of space on a spacecraft and we want to get this is usable as possible. But minimize it. Where we can going to the bathroom in space is not easy and space toilets are complex Number two right here. I'll show you But you see, it's pretty small astronauts, Sonny Williams demonstrated how to use one when she was on the in 2012 in space. You can't rely on gravity to move things where they need to go. Instead, zero g toilet relies on fans and vacuums to pull material away from the astronauts and preferably from the rest of the crew, too. Williams says. Solids are directed into banks or been for disposal. So you have to have a pretty good aim. Can you be ready to make sure things get let go the right direction, and it smells a little bit. So I'm closing it up for liquid waste. Astronauts use a hose with a funnel attached to it well, that poses a challenge when female astronauts need to use the toilet for both functions. McKinley says. Due to the differences in male and female anatomy, women have issues aligning the urine collection funnel while also using the solid waste portion of the toilet. The new NASA designed better accommodates the female anatomy, which is important as more women. Astronauts travel to space. Well, it's about time Retired astronaut Nicole Stott spent more than 100 days in orbit. I really like that they're going on with this way, because I think there's just in general, you know, understanding that there have been some challenges. If you know the toilets with their current design, but also that it says, Hey, we acknowledge that this demographic is part of the astronaut corps. Now it's kind of sad that takes a toilet to do that right. NASA's issues with equipment for women is no secret. A historic all female spacewalk was delayed last year when the agency didn't have the correct sized space suits. NASA will take the toilet design changes and apply them to the development of other new tack like space suits to focus on anatomical differences. I think it's telling that that's just becoming As part of the initial design for what we want to do, and you know if we go further and further from a planet that we want to, like, Consider all of our crew mates in the way we design things. If all goes as planned. The new toilet will be installed later this month, and NASA is asking the astronauts to give it all they've got to stress test the system for NPR news. I'm Brendan Byrne in Orlando.

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"mckinley" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"mckinley" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"mckinley" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"mckinley" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"So we did that right off the bat, and he was four years old. But this is a kid that had a Davey cricket. It's made by the Henry rifle corporation, and the Henry family is actually my father's mother her maiden name is Henry, and we are part of the Henry gun family. So we've got the Henry gun family. And we've got the McKinley president side of the house that we've got a pretty interesting national history connection, but but I digress. So when he was six I would teach him how to assemble disassemble assemble and function check. Quite a few pistols that I had, you know, Stig's Asian ks glocks, and we worked our way up to rifles. And anytime I shot I would take him with me. And you know, I would shoot into a watermelon or shoot into a cantaloupe or and I'd say, hey, what do you think that would do to someone's head? And he's like the same thing, you know, exploded blood everywhere the whole deal. So he got an idea of what guns can do. But he also had the respect and the knowledge to to take them apart to reassemble them, clear them and make them safe because we've all heard at the par party or kids event were got some knucklehead kids together they're going through dad's closet, and they find a gun and one of the kids ends up shooting himself in the hut or suiting another kid having an accident and just tragedy. And I never wanted that to happen to my son. And so I felt if I if I taught him that responsibility, and the know how and gave him that experience he could avoid that. And so, you know, he's he's had a kid house, and he take away from a kid clear it and make it safe and hand it to an adult, and that's what I always wanted him to have even the young ages that ability, and you know, they say you got to. Childproof your guns. You got. That's great. But you better gun proof your children. And that's that's the way. I did it at the eagle disassembly reassembly shooting serving shooting cleaned clearing it making it say the whole gamut. Pretty much what I've done with him. I've given him that experience exposure, and responsibility and that. Yeah. Hey, man. You can look at a gun anytime you want just get me up. If you wanna go into the gun safe and check out a gun. I don't care if it's two thirty in the morning, just we can do it. You know, take the mystery out of it. Yeah. That's some great advice. Right air, Chris. And you mentioned that guns can help to sell t shirts and books, and they also help the sell movies. And it's kind of crazy how Hollywood is one of the biggest opponents of guns yet. They can't seem to make a single movie without bullets flying around the screen, even in the superhero movies that kids watch. So they are so against you having a gun. But then on the other side, they won't dare leave a nickel on the table by not including guns in their films. You're right, double standard, and it just they gross hypocrisy. It's amazing. I'm always one of things I harp on C moving. I see someone like smoking a cigarette in there that that bothers me too. Like, wow, you know, it's it's extol the virtue, but then they'll malign tobacco industry to. Yeah. Cigarettes in every you know, every movie so. Yeah. So I tried to get my kid experiences. I said the jump of the of the interview he's he's scuba dives. He's flown a plane numerous times he's good with pretty much any weapon you can hand to him. It's just a, you know, it really responsible kid roots and wings. That's what I say. You them roots and give them wings. Yeah. Very cool. And I see that you have a music career going on. How did you kinda sidestep into that? You always a singer. Well, not not really. So you grew up in Catholic grade school. And you know, you sing all the time..

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"mckinley" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"mckinley" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"He is a combat veteran who served with the elite US navy seals. He is the founder of four successful companies in the medical device and security spaces. You may have seen him as a commentator on CNN ABC NBC MSNBC and many others. He has a master's degree in physician assistant studies. It is a big honor for me to say Chris McKinley. Welcome to first-class fatherhood, a Alex. Thank you for having me members sight of the bigger. All right here, we go. How many kids do you have? And how old are you? I have one child and he is seventeen years old. Wow. Okay. What type of sports activities was he into growing up? So my son is a huge hugely volleyball. He's been doing it for about ten years. His his mother played division to volleyball on a scholarship. And and who's I think he's Netflix got that volleyball gift does your good kiddies holler than me stronger than me faster. Than me smarter than me. And that's everything of always wanted him to be now if I can just give him to be wealthier than the some point in time. I'll be I'll be the happiest dad. I can be always been amazed at at father's Keith there that keep their child down like that under the some kind of thing, I've always tried to give him roots and wings and very much experiential parents. And I'm thinking, why would I buy him and object when I can buy him an experience, you know, that's that's pretty much when I've when I've aspired to do his whole life. And I think it pays its I'm already seeing it paying off now. And I think it'll J the payoff throughout his whole life. Yeah. Good stuff. All right. Chris please just a second here to hit my listeners, but a little bit about your background, and what you do. Okay. So I was in the navy for a little over ten years. The only job I ever had in the navy was a seal went from right from boot camp to buds or seal training, right? From buds. A seal team and. Fell you know, lock stock and barrel headfirst into it. I mean, it's not nothing that you can totally you just gotta jump headfirst into it. If you wanna be successful at it. So I did that for a little over ten years. And then I broke from that my wife became pregnant with my son, and I had to make a hardcore decision. Do I want to continue on these, you know, massive lengthy p- redeployment work us, and then do deployment and then come back and start the process all over again and the estranged from her and a strange from my from my son. So I made a pretty hard decision. And I broke from that. And I started doing, Well, I I went to physician assistant school, I became a PA. I have my master's degree as a PA currently licensed fully licensed in Ohio and North Carolina..

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