18 Burst results for "Mister Nixon"

"mister nixon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:46 min | 3 weeks ago

"mister nixon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Followed for the next number of months would be the same. And I thought that was unfortunate from a country's point of view Ford was in a bind. The public wanted a resolution. Nixon was threatening to plead not guilty if he was prosecuted. Promising to drag a messy trial through the courts. President Gerald R. Ford summoned newsmen to The White House suddenly this Sunday morning and announced that he was granting a full free and absolute pardon to form a president Now you've been quoted as calling the pardon decision the most difficult of my life ever. I had a visceral feeling that the public can on my city to mister Nixon. Was so great that there would be a lack of understanding. And the truth is that's the way it turned out. The public and many leaders, including dear Friends, didn't understand it at the time. His very dear friend who had been his press secretary for years resigned when he granted the pardon to Nixon. He asked him not to resign, but the day that he did that, he said, I can not work for you any longer. And he resigned, and that was a huge personal loss to Ford. So he got tremendous pushback, I

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Why Is Watergate So Misunderstood? Lord Conrad Black Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:31 min | 3 months ago

Why Is Watergate So Misunderstood? Lord Conrad Black Explains

"Lord black have to discuss. The first things first in the break, you mentioned the reputation of The Washington Post. You've written a work on Nixon, could you just give us your historic understanding of the reporting of Watergate and why so many people misunderstand what they actually wrote and why the conventional wisdom on that reportage is so wrong. Of course, complicated subject, but to be fair, but if the contents at a great deal, there has never been one shred of probative evidence that a serious court in a dispassionate atmosphere would accept as conclusive. That mister Nixon himself committed any crimes. He certainly didn't know anything about the break in of the Watergate. First entry before it happened and was horrified when it didn't happen. And that his people at anything to do with it. And the so called cover up consisted of his admittedly not telling the truth to the public several times. That is true. But the presidents do that to me sometimes. And he wasn't under oath and it wasn't a crime. He squandered a lot of political capital as he himself admitted that it wasn't a crime. And the case against Congress essentially on the theory that money was advanced by the Republican National Committee with his approval, the pay for the legal bills of attendance in the Watergate affair. And he did do that. But he didn't do it. And he did authorize him, but not under any basis of altered testing, not to get them to tell anything other than the truth. He was paying the money to them. So that they would have the legal fees paid, be able to take care of their families while the trials went on. And wouldn't be absolute sitting decks were prosecutors saying, all right, we'll do a plea bargain. We'll let you up lightly, but you denounce the people above you and take it straight up to the Oval Office door, which is the way the prosecutors work, particularly in the District of Columbia, which is, you know, that was a 90% democratic voting electoral

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"mister nixon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:26 min | 6 months ago

"mister nixon" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Lack today. Well, Nixon was anti communist, but he was not he was not a conservative in the way that William F. Buckley was a conservative, even when I say William F. Buckley, I start to sound like William buckling. But because he did expand the government significantly in ways that I think are lamentable. So he was kind of a centrist, but because of growing up in the 50s or rather serving under Eisenhower in the 50s, he had a sense of the wickedness of communism and why it needed to be pushed against by the United States. Yes, he did. He was very anti communist. But he, I would use the word he was incredibly pragmatic. And it wasn't in terms of the leadership side of things. It wasn't to argue with these adversaries. It was to try to work things out. I just want to add on the Buckley thing. We went to duke crossfire one night, and they had a technical failure. Who's we? This is you, the young man, and the president. I was a young man, a young aide. It was me. It was mister Nixon, who we call former vice president Nixon. Pat Buchanan and myself. And we're over having for the taping of firing line with Buckley. And the equipment goes down. So excuse me, this is the 60s. 1968 campaign. Right before it. So we end up at Buckley's home over in his brownstone for like two and a half hours. His Maison, his duplex. I've been there. So it was fantastic right on whatever 70 second and Park Avenue. But the main thing about that was that these incredible brains chatting for an hour and a half as we all sat there, mesmerized by this conversation that was going on between two real heavyweights. Oh, it's extraordinary to just to think that you were there. You should write a book about it. I did write a book. Now what took you so long to write this book? Because honestly, this is an amazing effort because there is so much here. It's so significant. Why didn't you write this 25 years ago? Well, first of all, I kind of have a little bit disdain for the people that leave The White House and write their memoirs ten minutes later. You know, I believe I have a certain look back here in a perspective after all that's happened to all of us. But I was really motivated by renovating the Nixon law. I was in charge of the renovation of the Nixon library about two years ago. And in doing that, it came across to me how little Americans really know about Richard Nixon and what all the misconceptions are. So in my book, I've tried to take and spell out not only the accomplishments, but what it was about this man that made him so special and while why he needs to be studied, why, in my opinion, he is really a role model of the kind of diplomat and statesman that we need to be cultivating.

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"mister nixon" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

07:33 min | 6 months ago

"mister nixon" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Relations with the People's Republic of China and it's hard to convey what it was like to see a conservative Republican Cold War president shake the hand of Mao Zedong later of the world's largest communist power Today China is one of the U.S.'s largest trading partners and many Americans from Chinese families have complicated thoughts They know China There's the land of Mao's mass murders red guard brigades detention camps state censorship surveillance and imprisoned dissidents But it's also a country with family members ancestors and centuries of accomplishment and culture Christian has a new book of short stories that are linked by that relationship beginning with their recollections of someone who was a young girl who met the U.S. president in the Hangzhou park her book of stories is Thank you mister Nixon and Christian author of the highly acclaimed novel the resistors joins us now Thanks so much for being with us Oh it's my pleasure There is a famous photo which not that girl but another one And in her letter to president Nixon in the beyond she's affronted that he didn't notice her coat What did that mean Well you know the girl in my story of course is made up right But she does remember very well this visits And what she remembers most of all is not actually Nixon himself so much as Pat Nixon and the red that she wore Which really made a huge impression on the Chinese It was back then China was a sea of gray and navy blue and black and the Chinese famously great lovers of red You know when they saw that red code I mean they were just overwhelmed with admiration And much flows from that moment I think the razor used is it led a big Genie out of the bottle Help us understand that I think they have been taught to hate the west but they saw that coat and they love that coat And then ambivalence of course has continued to this day A picture favorite sequence I have is when you have a group of American tourists including from Chinese families visit the Great Wall This is before Yelp reviews you know might say I don't think it's so great or boy it needs repair People are impressed At that point they're also concerned about their guide aren't they Yeah yeah This is a typical Chinese thing I will say That the poor guide has been put in charge of these American tourists It's very early in the tourism thing in China And she actually does not speak very good English And she's got this job because of her father And so she herself is kind of an awkward situation And the protagonist's mother helps her out And I will say that it's you know this whole story is very Chinese not in its details but in its dynamic In the sense that the Chinese mother because she's Chinese born protagonist mother because she's Chinese born She understands a character grace grace Chen to Castro Right Grace Chan's mother Opel You know understands the tour guides situation And she helps her out and she does all the translating And then later on the tour guide turns around and does her a big favor And as I was writing the story of just having how kind of typical this is that opal chin when she helps that tour guide she just helps her out of compassion Because she understands the situation and because she can help And she's not trying to get anything out of the tour guide But the talk I does turn around and return a favor And I'm just so aware of how from American point of view This seems very transactional you know I'll scratch your back and you'll scratch mine But actually in the tiny context that's not what's going on at all Actually the first gift really was a gift And the return gift really is a gift For them it's not transactional And like I say I'm just very aware of how these kinds of exchanges these very Chinese exchanges are frequently misunderstood by the west I have to ask there is a distinguished NPR foreign correspondent I've known for many years who I won't name Who was in China once she did not cover China per se but was in China on a reporting trip and she will never forget she said once to stand on any street corner in Beijing Is to realize China really doesn't care what the rest of the world thinks Of course will they always they thought of themselves as the middle kingdom The middle meaning the middle of the world and they wore the middle of the world from many many many millennia and also it's a big country Just from a demographic point of view it's not surprising that they would think that they were in the middle of the world right I mean there they are with their billion plus people and many more than 1.4 billion at this point And of course they would think they were in the middle and how could we hear in America with their tiny numbers How could we think that we were actually in the middle That's a mystery right Well and also that anything we think about China's policies impresses them Do they care what we think I mean when the United States delivers another stinging denunciation of some kind of Chinese policy Well I don't think that they don't hear the sting denunciation because their media is controlled So don't worry They're not even hearing it And moreover actually they're very sensitive to American opinion And so for what it's worth I mean for my experience They actually do look up to the west And they want the west to think well of them Help me understand a Frasier used towards the end of these stories tears never just tea You know that line occurs in the context of someone who's being invited to tea by authorities This is a young dissident And if you're invited to tea by the authorities you know you are on their radar And they are sending a signal to you They are saving a signal That means that you are being watched and they would like you to whatever it is that you're doing that has prompted this T they would like you to cease and desist I can't end this conversation without enlisting your learned opinion in a family conversation our family has Hong Kong runs in and out of your stories And of course now we know about detention of Uighur Muslims I have this question right before the Olympic Games open Is it possible in these times to just be a tourist in China Is that the right thing to do I don't know if it's the right thing or the wrong thing but it is true that I think that every tourist must be aware that they're not just a tourist So I don't think it's possible to be just a tourist I don't think that you can say that it's right and I don't think that you can say that it's wrong But I think that you have to be aware that it is something Yes Jen Her book of stories thank you mister Nixon Thank you so much for being with us.

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"mister nixon" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"mister nixon" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"Thanks for joining us. I'm Peter Greer. And I'm Noelle swan. Thor vikstrom bought his island in the 1960s for $5000. His goal was to protect and preserve its 7 acres. Mister vikstrom could see the island across a narrow stretch of river from his home near Montreal. He and his family explored it often at one point they even built a cable ferry across. But the rules were clear. Leave the environment as untouched as possible. My dad would get mad at us because we left a Coke bottle on the island. Son Hans vicks from told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Over the years, the surrounding area wedged between fast growing suburbs and the city became built up in expensive developers came calling, offering increasingly high bids for Ilhan. Mister vikstrom, we buffed them all, saying nature was more valuable than money in his pocket. In December he donated the island to the nature conservancy of Canada so the metropolitan area would have a guaranteed spot of green. In the spring, flocks of wood ducks and other waterfowl land near the island and raised chicks in its cover. Mister vicksburg said when announcing his gift. Turtle sunned themselves on the shore. The forests are full of shagbark hickories, a spectacular tree whose bark appears to be falling off like old clothes. It's a dream for me now that it is preserved forever, mister Nixon says..

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"mister nixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:48 min | 8 months ago

"mister nixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"If people think that the president did something like that that makes her president incapable of doing his job and so I have to lie and deter in order to protect the presidency You know the fact is that the president often has done things which goes beyond for law for purposes of the presidency almost every president has done it And indeed what is impeachable is when somebody like mister Nixon did something not for the presidency but for his own benefit I've been talking to Bloomberg legal reporter Eric Larson So is the question whether Trump was acting in furtherance of the presidency Is that the question that the judges are deciding No that's not one of the specific questions that they're being asked But the question illustrated some of the way that they think about it right That the president has these broad powers and that it's not actually very unusual And the judges were to lie and to attack in order to protect the office of the presidency It's impossible to really get into a judge's head to know what prompted them to ask a question like that but it does kind of hint at how at least that judge was thinking that there's always been a wide latitude for president behave in a certain way You know he went on to point out that the big outlier in this type of behavior would be like Nixon lying for his own personal benefit rather than to protect the office of the presidency and that that rises to the level of impeachment Then he said something along the lines of that's a higher part of reach Knowing how the former president acted it sort of hard to believe that he was thinking about the presidency and protecting the presidency when he made those comments Yeah I mean again it would be impossible to know exactly what he was thinking at the time If he's denying serious allegations made against him personally that does suggest that he's trying to protect himself personally but his lawyer did make the point in court as a hearing last week that if Americans start to believe that the sitting president is a rapist then they'll lose faith in government and he has to prevent that from happening Carol's lawyer made an argument saying that the court had to accept that the allegations are true and that means that the rape happened What was he getting at Yeah his name is Joshua Matt He was getting at the point that they haven't gone to trial yet The case is actually at a very early stage and that at this stage in the case allegations are accepted as true It's just a matter of whether or not that they've been properly alleged So he was trying to bring I think the case back to the underlying allegations even underlying the defamation allegations saying that Trump did know who she was and when he allegedly rates her knew that the claims were true when she made them public in 2019 And that he knew that he was lying when he denied it So that's he wanted to return the judges to those underlying claims there So did you get a feel for how the judges were going to rule or not They seem to be asking tough questions of both sides Yeah that's exactly correct They were peppering both sides with pretty tough questions And as far as I could tell it didn't seem to be leaning one way or another So I'll be waiting patiently to see what happens And remind us what the district court judge ruled why he ruled against Trump The district court judge ruled against Trump and against the Justice Department because he just ruled that the word that he said about miss Carroll were not a presidential duty and that he didn't qualify as a government employee under the westfall act The decision here if it goes against Carol it's more than just losing emotion The case would be lost That's correct If the Justice Department prevails here and is able to substitute itself for Trump as defendant in the case then essentially the case will be dismissed because you can't sue the federal government for defamation There are ramifications if Trump loses here because the district court judge could tell him to sit for a deposition or even get a DNA sample Yeah absolutely That's something that if Carol has been trying to get all along here she has bathed her dress and shoes and untouched since the day of the attack She does it just been sitting in her closet all this time And she wants to get a DNA sample from the president to compare to whatever maybe on the dress like a hair or skin samples or something like that allegedly from Trump And also of course this fit for a deposition where he'll have to make his say everything about his Nile and what he thinks happened or it didn't happen under oath So the westfall act has been applied to Barack Obama Bill Clinton and George W. Bush so the last three presidents It seems to be invoked a lot Yes and even against Hillary Clinton and senator Elizabeth Warren and other members of Congress is actually these fairly frequently because people Sue politician sort of a lot And even in some defamation cases I believe there was one suit against Elizabeth Warren over something that she said about someone in an interview and that case never made it to trial It was dismissed under the west fall act Thanks Eric That's Eric Larson Bloomberg legal reporter Coming up next the Supreme Court considered an immigration case today This is Bloomberg One.

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"mister nixon" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 8 months ago

"mister nixon" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Can they incrementally diverge from what they have committed themselves to? Or is this now politically impossible? No, you can change course, even change gross, mister Nixon changed course in 1971 when he abandoned gold and it had his price stabilization board so for the purported to freeze wages and prices within certain parameters. I mean, he'd said he wouldn't do it. He said conditions have changed and we're going to do it. And there are lots of other examples of that kind of thing. And you can do it. You say, look, we did it for certain reasons. Conditions have changed. And so we're adapting to that. And maybe modestly embarrassing, but they've got such a flashing and cheering section and the political media to country. They could do almost anything and have it sold by their media allies as a dynamic and courageous executive decision. So you can do it, but in order to do it, since obviously the ideological element has to stick with it, the only thing that is likely to override that is they recognition if they do stick with it, they're all going to be out of office. They handed a massive bus tick at the interim submitted next year. And whoever they put up is a candidate three years from now it's going to have to carry the cans of this administration whether they were prominent in it or not. And they'll pay for it. And it is truly fascinating, I think that despite being asked more than once the current Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi has refused to confirm whether or not she will be running next year add to that the reports that she has just bought a $24 million house in the state run by Ron DeSantis in Florida on the beach despite the cries of global warming and raising sea levels. Perhaps indication that even Pelosi knows how great the trouble is, she is the co host along with Victor Davis Hansen and Bill Bennett of the podcast scholars and scents, author of numerous works that.

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"mister nixon" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"mister nixon" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Something that nobody's as me but you asked me for the first time I would certainly consider again how would I think he's I think he's a fine man I think he's got a great family he loves his son I will tell you his son was around a lot and he loves his son as people generally do and they did everything possible to destroy him that was president trump last week B. fall today's momentous decision being honest would he bring lieutenant general Mike Flynn back into his administration and he did not rule it out Conrad black is with us on the line follow him to come round and black the author of the book Donald J. trump a president like no other what do you think Conrad of the idea of bringing back after three years hiatus general Flynn to the trump administration yeah I think it's a brilliant idea I I I think the persecution of him with so horribly unjust that to the extent that he can legitimately to be seen through crime Overton be help to triumph over it by which I mean not just the practical cases collapsed and he is vindicated legally but he gets a real life by doing an important job he's qualified to do I did to the extent it happens I think that is a good thing and I don't doubt that after all he's been through he will be what can you do anything suitable government position even more highly innovative than he was before he left these two very able man and it's not for me to say what the position should occupy the third grade math that he's qualified to hold and I hope it happens I recommended last week he could be the director of the F. yeah that would be round the poetic but apply it but they should check rate and he's part of the old gang totally he's been protecting the institution over the rights of the general slave uprising yeah in order to have engineered groups are defined like this on you know beat up certain liberties but he was a contact the chief of the FBI he ran it's predecessor contention only forty eight years and never once meddled in a presidential election he may have abused his position but the suburban vote since he was charged to do dealing with organized crime dealing with the communists and and ultimately by President Johnson dealing with the with the Lynch mobs in the segregation seventeen assigned work and and does Mister Nixon himself said after injured died everything started to go to pieces and and I you know I don't think Watergate would have thought that handle it did if he'd still been around that he once was an authoritarian and identity abuse stop us but at least he was competent people are broke that been coming in smaller and Rachel Chang of art are you not only not competent the they in in the in the I don't want to pre judge but my impression is that they are absolutely marvelous people and they're not an asset to the country and not only that if we talk about the J. Edgar Hoover this is a very good reason the Soviets attacked him so relentlessly with S. may campaign that's because exactly because he was effective though yeah I I assume no absolutely I I I I don't put the license to mind read the criminalistic that's the difference yes indeed he is Conrad black follow him Conrad M. black and also his latest book Donald J. trump for president like no other also his website Conrad and black.

"mister nixon" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"mister nixon" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Something that nobody's asked me but you're asking me for the first time I would certainly consider again how would I think he's I think he's a fine man I think he's got a great family he loves his son I will tell you his son was around a lot and he loves his son as people generally do and they did everything possible to destroy him that was president trump last week before today's momentous decision being else would he bring lieutenant general Mike Flynn back into his administration and he did not rule it out Conrad black is with us on the line follow him at Conrad and black the author of the book Donald J. trump a president like no other what do you think Conrad of the idea of bringing back after three years hiatus general Flynn to the trump administration yeah I think it's a brilliant idea I I I think the persecution of him with so horribly on trust that to the extent that he can legitimately to be seen to triumph over can be helped to triumph over it by which I mean not just the fact that the whole kitchen collapsed and he is vindicated legally that he gets a real life by doing an important job he's qualified to do I did to the extent it happens I think that is a good thing and I don't doubt that after all he's been through he would he would come into any suitable government position even more highly innovative than he was before and are you able minimum that's not for me to say what the position should occupy the third treatment that he's qualified to hold and I and I hope it happens I recommended last week he could be the director of the F. yeah that would be round the poetic but a private that they should check rate and he's part of the old gang totally he's been protecting the institution over the rights of the general slave uprising yeah having J. Edgar Hoover just seems like it's on you know we took certain liberties but he was a comp chief of the FBI he ran at this process orchestration only forty eight years and never once meddled in a presidential election he may have abused his position but the the the both of us and she was charged to do dealing with organized crime dealing with the communists and and ultimately by President Johnson dealing with the with the Lynch mobs in the segregation so he did the assigned work and and does Mister Nixon himself said after injured died everything started to go to pieces and and I you know I don't think Watergate would have thought that handle it did if he'd still been around that he once was an authoritarian man I don't do any of these topics but at least he was competent people or both have been coming in smaller and raise a whole gang of art are not only not competent that day is in the in the I don't want to pre judge but my impression is that they are absolutely lawless people and they're not an asset to the country not only that if we talk about the J. Edgar Hoover this is a very good reason the Soviets attacked him so relentlessly with S. may campaign that's because exactly because he was effective though yeah I I assume no absolutely I I I I don't question the license to mind read the grandmother but she would be the reason yes indeed he is Conrad black follow him Conrad M. black and also his latest book Donald J. trump for president like no other also his website Conrad and black.

"mister nixon" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"mister nixon" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Live how long counsel good morning how you doing good morning ladies and gentlemen one of the S. happy Thursday I want to let you guys know that tomorrow yeah okay so let's start cord so as many as you know passed away back in two thousand eighteen one month after releasing his album swimming well he was working on a companion album titled circles that will be released later on this month according to his team they posted on social media yesterday now your honor here any kind of morning some car one of six we're really looking forward to hearing it I would like to request that approval to listen before anyone in maybe a curse my can play a trap not sure if I want okay with that rate recipes mac Miller and one of the best we've had so what we're definitely looking forward to that now what one thing that we're also looking forward to the new year twenty twenty anybody make any new year's resolutions yes stop caring no the whole year you know everyone's excited well a lot of people made a new year's resolution and it seems like Mr fifty cent has as well now he no longer wants to be a troll I think he wants to be the voice of reason since he just recently said in an interview that he advised Eminem to not respond to Mister Nicholas Scott cannon yeah he said may zero one no smoke he said eyes a scale will have your time to speak no I told him the letter don't even say anything to him that's what he said he said the record is terrible you can't argue with a fool when you understand that a person is not registering even when they're losing it and all are you mean goes on forever so you should just stop that's with fifty told Eminem and that's why he didn't respond to you Mister Nixon have anything to say your record was terrible they weren't they were five the five what what makes them capable you better be talking fifty enough rooms Hey he stayed with terrible.

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"mister nixon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"mister nixon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Nice you know what let let this is Madeleine dean Democrats hassling today the constitution devotes only a few sentences to impeachment so I'm gonna read one it's article one section to the very last sentence the house of representatives shall choose their speaker and other officers and shot shall have the sole power of impeachment as professor Raskin just told us properly the constitution uses the word soul only twice soul not shared not shared with the judiciary not shared with the executive this means that we have the the sole opportunity an obligation frankly to determine what evidence is necessary for impeachment soul not shared with the executive think back judiciary chairman Peter Rodino warned president Nixon about his failure to comply with subpoenas subpoenas issued in the Watergate impeachment inquiry under the constitution it is not within the power of the president to conduct an inquiry into his own impeachment to determine which evidence and what version or portion of that evidence is relevant and necessary to such an inquiry these are matters which under the constitution Rodino wrote that house has the sole power to determine soul not shared with the executive soul not shared with the courts it's a civics lesson don't let the other side who have such talented constitutional attorneys over there distract you this is not an ordinary dispute folks this is a very rare thankfully very rare dispute it is not an ordinary issue where you go to the court we don't need permission to go with it to use our constitutional rules if president trump is allowed to refuse to comply with requests for information it would got the house impeachment power and undermine our bedrock principle of separation of powers last night as we left here I wanted to just tell you this I went outside and there was a team of about twelve high school students from Ohio with their teacher and they said would you mind stopping for a minute could we just talk to you for a minute it was so interesting to watch and to listen and hear what was going on at this important historic time we loved learning about our constitution and how much you price this constitution thank you for protecting it for us and you know what they said to me we didn't understand this before but you I do now it's your job it is the houses job to determine what evidence comes in we do not need permission from the president we do not need permission from the courts in fact we have an obligation to do our job under this simple smart document to date December the twelfth marks the anniversary of Pennsylvania coming into the union I think about those framers in my city of Philadelphia so wisely thinking through these words today marks two hundred and thirty two years since those wise men thought through how would we conceive of our government and how would we maintain self government do not be confused by the lawyers on the other side who would teach the wrong civics lesson and distract you with the notion we need to go to court we need permission of a president we need permission of the court we do not with that I yield you don't like to yield to the to the gentle lady from Texas I thank the gentle lady and for her a very forceful our response in mind I just say Democrat Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas I'm not either Mister Nixon or Mr Clinton obstructed Congress in the manner of that this president's doing the underlying amendment had to do with corruption and I raise the point of the document that speaks about the July twenty fifth call let me just quickly say on that the language is I would like you to do us a favor though and as the White House is distorted the interpretation the US does not have any reference to the department of justice department defense department state and clearly in the same document he mentions the vice president he mentions Carl strike all of those have been debunked it is clear that the vice president was operating as a vice friendly United States at the time and as he was operating he was operating on an official policy to deal with Ukraine this is about the president seeking to have Ukraine investigate this political opponent for personal and private reasons no one misinterpreted what was said and lieutenant colonel then men immediately went to the legal counsel in the White House that immediately went dark and never responded because he was so offended by this campaign effort with that I yield back I thank the gentlelady fielding lady is backward purposes Mister Russian.

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"mister nixon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mister nixon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Press conference that followed for the next number of months would be the same and I thought that was unfortunate from of countries point of view Ford was in a bun the public wanted a resolution Nixon was threatening to plead not guilty if he was prosecuted promising to drag a messy trial for the courts president Gerald R. Ford someone news man of the White House suddenly this Sunday morning and announced that he was granting a full free and absolute pardon to former president and now you've been quoted as calling the part in the most difficult of my life ever this oral failing that public animosity to Mister Nixon was so great there was a lack of understanding and rose's steps away and turned out the public and many leaders including their friends doesn't understand that at the time is there a dear friend who had been his press secretary for years resigned when she granted the pardon to Nixon he asked him not to resign but the day that he did that he said I cannot work for you any longer and he resigned and that was a huge personal loss to Ford so she got tremendous push back I think for.

"mister nixon" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"mister nixon" Discussed on KTOK

"You are listening to the weekend edition of the o'reilly update congressional Democrats aided by the mainstream media continue to push impeachment finally releasing the full text of their anti trump resolution after weeks of closed door testimony the document basically accuses Donald Trump of colluding with the Ukraine to take down Joe Biden an obstruction of justice that charge gives a congressman Adam Schiff and Jerrold Nadler the power to investigate any person connected with president trump despite support from most of the national media with screaming headlines and yelling on cable programs recent polls show Americans attitudes toward removing Donald Trump from office remains soft a survey from YouGov conducted October thirtieth as forty five percent of American voters backing the impeachment investigation that breaks down along party lines eighty two percent of support comes from Democrats but ten percent from Republicans twenty two percent of those asked said the how should continue the investigation but not necessarily accused the president of anything independence evenly split thirty nine percent want the proceedings to go ahead thirty eight percent say now the latest poll from USA today shows president trump's base remains firm forty percent continue to support the chief executive calling the Democrats effort to remove him from the White House a political lynching so my survey show the same thing Democrats support Republicans oppose independence split down the middle for comparison Richard Nixon's approval rating dropped to twenty five percent during the Watergate scandal which sixty six percent of Americans backing his removal from office on October thirtieth nineteen seventy three the house began the process to impeach president Nixon that was forty six years ago this week Mister Nixon of course resign the fate of the Democrats impeachment push changes on proof if there is no wrong doing on the president's part congressman Adam Schiff may be in very big trouble whatever happens in the house it is a long shot that sixty six senators will vote to convict Donald Trump and remove him from office because he enjoys the support of roughly half the US electorate coming up the message of the day legalizing pot good or bad right back with it there's a lot of talk around mortgage rates lately in fact the fed just at a meeting and I caught them and when rates could cut it.

"mister nixon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"mister nixon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"In addition of the O. Reilly update congressional Democrats aided by the mainstream media continue to push impeachment finally releasing the full text of their anti trump resolution after weeks of closed door testimony the document basically accuses Donald Trump of colluding with the Ukraine to take down Joe bite not an obstruction of justice that charge gives a congressman Adam Schiff and Jerrold Nadler the power to investigate any person connected with president trump despite support from most of the national media with screaming headlines and yelling on cable programs recent polls show Americans attitudes toward removing Donald Trump from office remains soft a survey from YouGov conducted October thirtieth as forty five percent of American voters backing the impeachment investigation I breaks down along party lines eighty two percent of support comes from Democrats but ten percent from Republicans twenty two percent of those asked said the house should continue the investigation but not necessarily accused the president of anything independence evenly split thirty nine percent want the proceedings to go ahead thirty eight percent say now the latest poll from USA today shows president trump's base remains firm forty eight percent continue to support the chief executive calling the Democrats effort to remove him from the White House a political lynching so much surveys show the same thing Democrats support Republicans oppose independence split down the middle for comparison Richard Nixon's approval rating dropped to twenty five percent during the Watergate scandal with sixty six percent of Americans backing his removal from office on October thirtieth nineteen seventy three the house began the process to impeach president Nixon that was forty six years ago this week Mister Nixon of course resign the fate of the Democrats impeachment push changes on proof if there is no wrong doing on the president's part congressman Adam Schiff may be in very big trouble whatever happens in the house it is a long shot that sixty six senators will vote to convict Donald Trump and remove him from office because he enjoys the support of roughly half the US electorate coming up the message of the day legalizing pot good or bad right back with it there's a lot of talk around mortgage rates lately in fact the fed just at a.

"mister nixon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"mister nixon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"First two thousand nineteen you are listening to the Riley up date here's what's happening today in America congressional Democrats aided by the mainstream media continue to push impeachment finally releasing the full text of their anti trump resolution after weeks of closed door testimony the document basically accuses Donald Trump of colluding with the Ukraine to take down Joe bite not an obstruction of justice that charge gives a congressman Adam Schiff and Jerrold Nadler the power to investigate any person connected with president trump despite support from most of the national media with screaming headlines and yelling on cable programs recent polls show Americans attitudes toward removing Donald Trump from office remains soft a survey from YouGov conducted October thirtieth as forty five percent of American voters backing the impeachment investigation I breaks down along party lines eighty two percent of support comes from Democrats but ten percent from Republicans twenty two percent of those asked said the house should continue the investigation but not necessarily accused the president of anything independence evenly split thirty nine percent want the proceedings to go ahead thirty eight percent saying now the latest poll from USA today shows president trump's base remains firm forty eight percent continue to support the chief executive calling the Democrats effort to remove him from the White House a political lynching so much surveys show the same thing Democrats support Republicans oppose independence split down the middle for comparison Richard Nixon's approval rating dropped to twenty five percent during the Watergate scandal with sixty six percent of Americans backing his removal from office Mister Nixon of course resign the fate of the Democrats impeachment push changes on proof if there is no wrong doing on the president's part congressman Adam Schiff may be in very big trouble whatever happens in the house it is a long shot that sixty six senators will vote to convict Donald Trump and remove him from office because he enjoys the support of roughly half the US electorate coming up the message of the day how to help American kids who really need help right back with that you've been hearing about gold all over the news prices continue to climb not surprising that's rich warning a recession could happen but tension to the banks some of them ran out of cash last Monday night and had to borrow money from the federal reserve just last week more than five hundred billion dollars has been printed and given to the banks just so they can stay in business sound familiar remember in two thousand eight when the fed to bail out the banks well it's happening again Americans are looking for stability and many are.

"mister nixon" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"mister nixon" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"After Columbine park land sandy hook is your protocol kind of a standardized system of having cameras it's safe rooms in security systems in place that schools now need to know this is what we have to have. well I think that that's what this is they're trying to develop with that because. I think that you know one of the things that they they came up with is that you know that this is very very across the country what what schools do so enough with his father from this park on father was talking about and he he went and greeted the research and everybody had a different system. so you know the end of October they'll have the online dating working on it it's gonna be house by the department of homeland security and this will tell schools you know what are the best things to be doing we will look for your reporting it politico dot com thank you for being with us. thank you for having me. and finally it was on this day in nineteen sixty political history was made then senator John F. Kennedy and vice president Richard Nixon stood before an audience estimated at over seventy million Americans in the first ever nationally televised presidential debate I string a new era of presidential politics. the reason why these particular bales in the various fields of American were not passed was not because the president was against it was because the people were against it was because they were too extreme and I am convinced that the alternate proposals that I have Republicans out in the field of health in the field of education the field of welfare because they are not extreme. because they will accomplish the end without too great cost in dollars or in freedom if they could get through an Xbox one now let's look at the details of the fight friends yes with two or three one was a veil for a dollar twenty five cents an hour for anyone who works in the store or company it is a million dollars a year business I don't think that's extreme at all and yet nearly two thirds to three fourths of the Republicans in the house of representatives voted against that. secondly with the federal aid to education. it was a very because of the defeat of teacher salary it was not a bill that the math in my opinion the knees the fact of the matter is it was a bill that was less than you recommended Mister Nixon this morning in your proposal it was not an extreme bill and yes we could not get one Republican to join at least I think four of the eight Democrats voted to send it to the floor of the house not one Republican in a joint with those Democrats who were opposed to it I don't see the Democrats the United in their support of the program but I do say a majority off and I say majority the Republicans riposte I think it shows the difference between the two parties one party is ready to move in these programs the other body give them a service. from the studios of WBBM TV in Chicago the first of four Nixon Kennedy debate September twenty sixth nineteen sixty a reminder we're back tomorrow morning at seven AM eastern time for clock for those of you in the west coast for C. span's Washington journal. Washington.

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"mister nixon" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"mister nixon" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Thank you newsradio a forty WHAS are seven thirty five. you guys hear about the guy that they discovered in Fitchburg Massachusetts forgive me well if I missed that during that time I was out I don't know what is a site I. D. a man's body has been located inside the condominium in said Pittsburgh Massachusetts is what we have some pleasant a three alarm fire occurred. reports of multiple explosions during the fire on Sunday the former school turned condo. and that's what what what so officials say the exploded it the he exploded and improvised device or devices were found in his around his remains so we blew himself up apparently okay propane tank is also nearby so why is this guy building bombs in the con I don't know we're sure county district attorney Joseph early junior says it appeared that whoever put these together knew what they were doing. evidently not he blew himself up well early is unsure whether the ID's were task the man when asked so but he knew how to create the. now whether he wanted to just blow up the building you know what what I'm not here sixty people were in the building at the time several had to be rescued two people hospitalized it had earlier been reported in one resident remain missing by the stories are saying in the body of what found was him you're not to make light of this because certainly somebody building bombs this and. meeting at. rather unpleasant and like this isn't funny but it's one of the downsides of living in a like an apartment condo thing is you know you have no control over your neighbors if your neighbor fuel decides that they're going to cook some ramen noodles falls asleep and they such are kept their kitchen on fire which burned your building down what do you call marina Newman's will noodles we call Rahman ramen Newman. because that's how I say it is not a problem for you yes Rahman everybody will have that says about you well that's if it bothers you I'm gonna keep saying it continue with your story though but you get my point that if sales somebody falls asleep with a cigarette and it pops on the carpet burns the building down stuff like that you're at the mercy of the responsibility of your neighbors yards now I don't now this guys take it to a whole new level I mean he's not falling asleep with noodles on the stove this guy's building bombs for some it's a bad luck presumably nefarious reason because I don't know of anyone who just sits there watching wheel of fortune building bombs for the fun of it. hopefully well I don't know she she's it's just crazy well yes do you see your guy in Texas Paul Nixon fifty one years old science divorce papers for his wife's signature all all I did see that in the. necks and I don't know this guy just to ease the gentleman who lives in the Houston area who decided they all started being married and. Klay didn't want to go through the whole procedure of getting a divorce well as I say we just forces wise signature so what does so let me guess you went to one of those self lawyer websites printed out the stuff yeah I mean it's just like you know it wouldn't be just easier to go to the other party and say look we're just not doing well together how about we just go our separate ways yeah because apparently she found out that she had been divorced when I guess she got serves some papers of her bank account for changing. this is back in April and he just decided that enough in these like I'm not here so we divorced or single yeah dead and apparently the judge there in Houston said fried not pal. he also a voided everything and said like it or not the two of you were still married do it legally this time if I wait now you're charged with forgery right I mean just how bad is that I I hadn't seen a statement from his wife yet as the way I I because the first question I would've asked was why did if you just would have approached you would you have said Hey yeah I'm good yeah we split up well because here's the thing because I guarantee you being that young because I know this from doing stupid things out had this been in my wife's of initial stable would have been eighty it. followed by stop that right to do that right right like you can't even do that right. I'm sure of Mister Nixon when I went to a significant other.

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"mister nixon" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:53 min | 3 years ago

"mister nixon" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"A month. You raised him to be a flat thing. Backslide a witch. Back flat. Because you do not believe believe believe. Knock you out of here. Using any window third person? Here say I'm substantiated charges anonymous sources and huge scare headlines. The post has maliciously sought to give the appearance of a direct connection between the White House and the Watergate charged which the post knows and half a dozen investigations have found to be false. The man who have collected millions in secret money who have passed out special favors have argued political sabotage who have invaded our offices in the dead of night. All of these men worked for Mr. Nixon, most of them he hired himself and their power comes from him along yet mister Nixon has even promoted some of the officials implicated in these scandals, and he has blocked any independent investigation refuses to answer questions either from the press or from the people. He stays hidden in the White House, hoping you will mistake. Silence for innocence. The lawsuit filed today by the chairman of the Democratic National Committee represents another example of sheer demagoguery. This committee did not authorize and does not condone the alleged actions of the five men apprehended Saturday morning. Such activity. Election of the president. Legally morally or ethically accountable for actions taken by individuals without its knowledge and beyond the scope of control. Tonight above everything else. The peace. You have read. Tonight. Ferrick breakthrough negotiation with regard to Vietnam. Tonight. I can say to you with confidence that because of the progress been made I am confident that we shall succeed achieving our objective, which is. With honor and not be with director and Vietnam..

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