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"mondale" Discussed on This American President

This American President

04:21 min | 6 d ago

"mondale" Discussed on This American President

"I didn't even know she was, but that got thrown into a situation where the next thing I know, I'm just a young guy interviewing John mondale, who was the wife of vice president Walter Mondale. And who proceeded the bushes, HW and Barbara, you know, as VPs, and VP's wife, I say all that to say that when Barbara first went to one observatory circle, which is where the vice president lives. He'd be surprised many people don't know where the vice president lives. I have found a lot of people don't even know who the vice president is. I know, and when I went on my book tour, I asked people, you know, do you know where the vice president lives? You'd be amazed. How many people think the vice president lives in The White House? So many people. Would say, oh, the vice president lives in The White House, right? No. The VP has no roommates. Yeah. The roommates, yeah. The VP has lives in a naval observatory outside of Washington. It's an, it's an incredible, very cool place. I've been to. And the first time that Barbara was driven up there, she was greeted by. Misses mondale, who was leaving and Barbara was going to be moving in. And Joe mondale really told Barbara how much of a difference you can make. I mean, she influenced her. I mean, Joan Monday or somebody people don't even know. But somebody that I have a lot of admiration for because she was a woman who the VP, the position is largely unsung. And especially prior to Walter Mondale, and when Walter Mondale was VP, he sort of participated more in the process and it became his vice president became his vice presidency became known as the mondale model for how VPs should work..

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Chris Farrell and Sebastian Discuss the Deep State

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:26 min | Last week

Chris Farrell and Sebastian Discuss the Deep State

"Now there's a double whammy here because in the beginning, it would be big enough challenge for legacy national security architectures like the CIA, the FBI, the NSA, to suddenly switch targets and say, okay, it's not the Soviet Union, but we have to deal with cultural marxists who are American in America trying to undermine America. That would be hard enough because that's like trying to get a, you know, an ocean liner to become a catamaran. But then there's the double difficulty when these institutions are captured by those self same neo Marxist next gen leftists, clearly, or at least when people like Mark milley or Christopher at the FBI parrot, the verbiage for people. Correct. And this is going to sound almost too personal, but I mean, so I'm going to say it anyway. There are two stupid to know the difference. They are so intellectually unpack that. That's really important. That's really important. And you have to know enough to be able to ask the question. And so when you choke down wholesale, the garbage put out by the 1619 Project. That white rage in America is founded on racism. And so the starting point is, yes, that's the starting point. Matt, well, what are you talking about? What does the foundation for what you're let me unwind your argument and really prove or disprove? And when you have Howard zinn of all people and his history book is probably the de facto go to history book in three quarters of the country's high school. The people's history, the Marxist lensed people's history of America. So that's your starting point. And you've brainwashed these people into believing, oh, I'll give you another great example. This is very superficial, but it's impactful. Since when are Republicans read that a vest is a bugbear for me. So let's unpack that. If you go back to Reagan's landslide victory and you look at all the news reporting, you show that they show the entire country blue, except for Wisconsin. I think it's Wisconsin. Yeah. Which is red because mondale wins his home state. But the red is always the color of the left. Every country of the globe.

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Why Is Black America Leery of the COVID Vaccine?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:54 min | 9 months ago

Why Is Black America Leery of the COVID Vaccine?

"You have a sense of. Why black america is leery of vaccination us mandates we. We've had we've had the senile man in the white house talk about the tuskegee 'em and Which had nothing to do with it. I think he thinks that's the same as the tuskegee institute is it to do with fear of over the white man or is it more complicated than that when joe biden and comma harris ragged to their donors that they were going to diss of vow. All of the amazing achievements that donald trump did with vaccines and they did so knowing that the group of americans most sympathetic to them. Excuse me were black americans. It is no surprise to me that people hurt those messages. Listen to those messages and believed those messages so went went so when kamala harris actually says that if a vaccine is developed under donald trump's aegis she's not going to take it vats. Listen to and that's what we're paying the price for today harris absolutely. Let me just add by the way. There are friends and relatives of mine. That believed that she still hasn't been vaccinated and believes that that is part of the reason for some of the strange behavior. We witness where she had to go to the walter. Reed reed hotel up. Or walter mondale hospital. When those texans came to town For their super spreader

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Being Unruffled Is All About Knowing Where Your Child's Behavior Comes From

Janet Lansbury Podcast

03:04 min | 9 months ago

Being Unruffled Is All About Knowing Where Your Child's Behavior Comes From

"I would not be doing a podcast stuff your feelings hide your emotions if you do. Listen here than you know. That i'm all about the opposite. I'm all about encouraging normalization of emotions all emotions having a curious attitude about them encouraging our child to express all there's no judgment on emotions and yes. We do need to do that for ourselves. As well as models but when i speak about being unruffled what unruffled really is is an understanding of our child and child development and behavior. What causes children to do these kinds of things that this parent shares about screaming in her mother's face throwing books saying she doesn't want to be hugged or kissed those the only actual examples that she gave. But i can picture a lot of things that children this age do. So why do children do this. What's going on with them when we understand that and can connect with it. We're still not going to be perfect. Yes we are going to get triggered or have an emotional reaction to certain things but not as much and the more we practice. What we're seeing here. Which is in all of these cases. Maybe not quite the affection one. But i'll get to that but in these cases of behavior that yes could make us angry or annoyed. The reason our child is doing that. Is impulse impulse. That comes from dysregulation emotional centers. They've gone into fight flight or freeze. They are in. What mondale hooked calls the red zone. They're not using their brains and their reason to do what's right. What they know in the frontal part of their brain is right. That part is getting hijacked by their emotions and tina pain. Bryson dan siegel talk about children flipping their lid. Well that sounds very extreme like something. We would definitely notice right if my child was just going off completely. Sometimes that does happen. We noticed that but through all these other subtler forms of it things like. Here's one that maybe we can relate to as adults. Maybe i've i'm on a diet and cutting sugar out but you my friend see me. There's a candy bar there. And i grab it. Tear the repre start taking bites. Am i super upset their m. i. Flipping my lid not really. But i've done something impulsive. That i don't want to do and so my friend telling me jennings shouldn't do that. Wouldn't be a helpful thing to say because i know i'm not supposed to do it and i did it anyway. An impulse may be do

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"mondale" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"mondale" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

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"mondale" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"mondale" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"Twenty twenty four and beyond. Yeah for what we're doing. We're actually still engaging brothers in every way that we always do. We've already had more than thirteen hundred brothers. Be voting meaning going to nightclubs. Having conversation with black men about what's important in what's happening talking about those races laws you mentioned earlier and also reminding them bit as obligation it goes along. It happens before at election and right now. this is what we're doing. Texting brothers were companion to kansas. In certain states. We are also targeting brothers via social media and other ways than we have past designed solely as a safe space for black man politics like are key group meaning a well-meaning person easy ruin a lot of good work being done when it compensation is your committee needs to score black men need. It's almost as if you're going to service us out work because you're telling them something that they didn't tell you they need and that is automatic for the worker trying to organize my man so we don't have a lot of states volunteers and when we do have volunteers we train them up out of talk about black me. Issues to their demographic group of white women wanna be campus. Like man rude to say. Hey it's probably better if you cameras about likely to women with another demographic but not like me because we train people an intricate way to have these conversations so as to not look like it's transactional party over. It's extremely important that people know that one mistake even from eleven hypocrites away from the ballot. And we don't want to do that at all. We think is funding organizations that are training wherever trained talking to their communities that are on the market has obtained the voting is. What's necessary between one if we ought to win. Twenty two what people forget is twenty twenty one. We spent the first. I went as democrats celebrating seeing everybody talking about what happened. In twenty twenty twenty twenty s gong electorally republicans have not stopped at both never. They're busy setting themselves to win. Alexis and now. We just saw this opposition ship because of the senses. We're going to lose seats and democrats faces california's not the seat in under the seventy years. And now they will. New york is because thirty eight people. Thirty eight people will allow them to keep congress but we saw places that we know it's going to benefit republicans. Pick up seats. I e holly hamson carolina. Texas will pick up assey in other spaces like that michigan news but because democrats are not organized or not spoken is an offer years. Signed the party that who takes that year all where we can't afford to be organizers. We should be guessing. Should be cameras in all the time. Unless of course you're one of those frozen states should be phone banking or texting. And they're about to take dixie. Highway texting techs cycle or as new legislation being proposed. That's got texted from us. So we're losing ways reach voters and we act as if we have the time to do it. I didn't know that they're working on something. That caused nine digit short code ruled. That's going to prevent you from being able to send as many messages as we sit last cycle where you know what when persecute sit down and sing thousands of message in ship. It's going to be reduced to maybe hundred. Wow tell my listeners. How people can support blackmail voter project. First of all you can follow us on social media like mobile project everywhere. But i think the biggest thing is if people are truly concerned with racial justice Look at black. Ma'am suffered the most from police killings. Like i say we haven't shortage lives. I think what's us absolutely need resources. We are seeing for And we're launching codes right now to teach blakemore convictions. How to code and get them guaranteed income because one of his service their agencies will put resources but what you can do is remind people that black men are dying regularly because of our politics anticipating politics in a way that's progressive as an opportunity. You save a black man's life so what we need to talk about progressive policies and politics in a way that's been officially tonight just like maybe all of us would for sure like because we are at the bottom of this call american society so please go to social policy there. Also don't forget that the under resources talking about black in progressive politics is damn show away that we consider even if it's not like marijuana project it definitely supports me lives and finally what gives you hope yesterday and the day before the year before and all the way back to when there were slavery and people fighting it realizing that i'm here in such a short period time right now. Having this conversation with you is hopeful knowing that progress is coming on the way. I might not see the end. What i've already seen better. My dad did well mondale robinson. Give me hope. Thanks so much. Thank you being a part of the podcast and for all you did new forms of voter suppression have replaced jim. Crow laws in some states gerrymandering a political practice can which the boundaries of congressional districts are modified and highly partisan ways. Has they looted voting power for people of color strict voting registration guidelines. Also make it difficult for people to sign up. Vote two thousand thirteen. A supreme court decision struck down a section of the voting rights act allowing states to enact discriminatory voter. Id laws and voter. Purchased and georgia. Hundreds of polling stations in predominantly black and brown communities. Were closed ahead of the twenty eighteen election following massive voter purge while in texas new voter. Id laws have made it more difficult for.

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"mondale" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"mondale" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"Voter project an organization dedicated to overcoming systemic disenfranchisement of black voters and black men in particular currently in the us. Listen to this about half half of black. Men who are registered to vote have not done so in the last five consecutive elections when it comes to identifying as democrats black men are less likely to do so than black women seventy seven percent to eighty seven percent history and data reveals every election. Black voters have increasing power and democratic primaries impact. Black voters make up about twenty percents of all democratic voters because people have not prioritise the needs and ideas and issues that are important to black men. It's just seems like this year is extremely important. I would argue that like me and participating in the election is better for everybody roberson. I am fighting for like man's visibility as pertains to electoral politics. Sorry not sorry mindell. Thank you so much for being here with us on. Sorry not sorry as you know. I support pretty much everything that you stand for everything that you do said have you on. The podcast is really special for me. And i want to talk a lot about black male voter project but to get there. I want to start by talking a bit about you. I did some research. And i understand that you grew up as one of thirteen kids in north carolina. Tell us a bit about that. And how it shaped the man are today. S wonderful place to begin because not only is it might beginning. But it's also the root of why. I do what i do at blackmail voter project my childhood. I'm soaking go from a small town. In north carolina that most people other never heard of the name of it is infield. The eastern product states virginia border than any major city in north carolina and gone up in sri rule population. Poverty was a thing Life majority of the county halifax county was poor below. The poverty line. Majority of the county was unemployed. Still now i think the population is a fifty percent unemployed in town. And it's the town about two thousand people so what happened was a couple of things. I my dad's life story at a crazy impact on all thirteen of us but me for sure in part of because my father grew up the son of a sharecropper and had to stop school in third grade and because he stopped doing great so as to save the plantation. They call it a farm but it was a plantation meaning. He was valuables his family working on that farm then going to school and wanting to farmers children grew up with my dad and when they were teenagers that kids smack my grandmother and my father reacted when my father reacted. He got a felony conviction. That happen to the white kid. This mike my grandmother that became the beginning of my life. Even before i was born because my dad was every the time and i came when he was thirty but it shaped his legs Action prevented my dad from doing a lot of things i like. My father was one of the greatest men ever live. i'm bias. Of course that felony conviction follow him even to fatherhood and prevented him from doing things have been available to do a lotta things and ineffective grew up poor much wealth siblings than i extremely poor coupled with the fact that north carolina just races state. Excuse my french. And what happened was when i saw was being the middle child i saw something that a lot of my siblings missed. Anything part of that is because i was able to escape at night out in the streets. I realized that my father was not an anomaly. He was known for his age. So many black man had that same story so the black man has been affected by a racist criminal justice system that calls their lives to be started in a way that affected generations at them. So what. I'm beginning to a stock asking. My parents didn't was fifteen when i did that. I grew up in era forty two as of yesterday a tim forty two. I grew up in an era where we've recycled bottles for money. An cans so i would go dumpster diving to get bottles and cans to help my mom and dad pay bills because it was so many didn't have a lot at one time i was in the trash can iconic book W devos. And when i found i rated so many times i was like oh help. This is exactly what supposed to be doing. I'm supposed to be a race man. Someone is How they use their lights resources. There experienced to better blatant to make the Easier as i read that will so off the at fourteen fifteen. I didn't know shit about debbie. Boats dumping up truing. But i did know that. I had a role to play. It wasn't just bringing kids in. This world was actually to change this world to make it more equitable for people. My siblings are important to me because they all have a lot of kids like my parents did and it gave me space to not have to worry about. My mom and dad asked me about kids or having kids. But i can do this work so my work is also my civilised will have so many questions for you but i think on this issue of growing up poor and being impoverished. Do you think that we need to how we discuss poverty in this country. I feel like we are missing the emotional impact when we tell these stories which you just obviously told the emotional impact of your life but i think we need to start really talking about poverty as trauma and really what that means for generations to come who have to try to fight their way out of that. Cyclical place that we just seemed to not be able to as a country figure out how to get out of and i'm wondering if you can just share any insight on how we talk about poverty honesty since i gotta be honest. I don't think we talk about poppy. In a way. That's real beneficial to folk that are suffering from it if we are Our politics is not about obvious about middle class. Everybody some middle class family as if any existence country we had this idea of office solid thing and now it's shaky thing we also have this idea the middle of the twentieth century of it as a hundred boring thing that we wanted to escape. Kind of revolutionary. Road richard gere. And now it's like everyone just wants to get into it it into the dream. The american dream of the middle class. That's now now. So unstable extreme to the point that we are shame on me the have have their own park brazil. If you consider the have nots in this country. And i think never talk about it. You absolutely shift conversation. We talk about poverty as a policy issue. We always poor people shifting the blame as if there's a way to cure by giving someone a job the job at the cute policies detroit. No one in this country that had so many resources should be poor. She'd go out when we consider the effect poverty has on people. Kids and generations is absolutely trauma issue. It's ptsd we don't talk about the effects that when people don't have basic needs met they're making life and death decisions every day and they can't do anything else and that to me is trauma that if you can't make ends meet you're living in a constant state of fighter flight and i'm an ambassador for unicef and when i think about the work that unicef does it's basically to lift children out of child poverty throughout the world and yet it seems we have not been able to figure out you know and i say it. A lot on this podcast. People have heard me say it. I say it a lot in every zoom. That i do were fighting for something. There are fourteen.

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"mondale" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"mondale" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Six and what was pretty amazing is right now. There is water running in the little thompson head. Water river up there That has not been running in its historic channel since the nineteen thirties. And yeah. it's pretty amazing. What happened so real. Quick history lesson. So pre nineteen thirties There was a toll road like a dirt road that went between lions and estes park. Really you know. Just a was practically dirt You know when you cross the river. You were literally crossing the river. 'cause it was about two inches deep and That was really what the what the road was then. Nineteen thirties comes along. Probably part of the new deal And they built highway thirty six between lines and estes park and it raised significantly but to do that they actually had to change the channel of the river and so they had it going along the side of the road up there and what we found was both in twenty thirteen and a couple of other times that river because of where they moved it was actually eating away at the road and so talk about best laid plans. Yeah exactly and so. What we did is part of these. Overall improvements was. We actually went under the road up a little bit higher than than the main closure point And move the river back to its historic channel. Which basically take it on a big curve that goes around a mountain and then comes back thirty six again so it actually goes under thirty six twice but because there's all this area where it can spread out when the water really starts flowing that's the way mother nature wanted it to go and so now we're back in the historic channel. And what's amazing. Is that when you walk along this historic channel which is kind of back in the way and you have to walk a bit You can actually see where the when they built the road in nineteen thirty. They actually built this stone wall to protect that road from that river But so it's still there which is really amazing. Stunning reminder that. It's not nice to fool with mother. She's been messing with us for a long time. Yeah so Yeah it's pretty amazing and then when the water comes back a under Thirty six we. This is now the tunnel that we talked about. This is the first tunnel that dot his gun. Since we built the tunnel in idaho springs and this tunnel goes Seventy five feet under Highway thirty six and brings that river back to the channel that it was historically and It is a hundred five foot long tunnel fourteen feet wide which also allows for a wildlife crossing. And what we're already seeing that there are some critters that are starting to use that. Because they figured. Hey that's way better than cross is thirty thirty thirty six so yeah chances. Much better exactly. Yeah they're not stupid gotta love it. Thanks for that history lesson absolutely fascinating actually do kind of kick off In a couple of weeks to up there You know celebrating the fact that there's water in this channel that hasn't been there for sixty or ninety years are sick. i can't count and years. It is progressing. Yeah definitely very cool and glad to hear the critters have ingress and egress. And don't have to dodge semis out my car there. You go absolutely yeah. My brother wants hit a deer and a volkswagen. Let's just say nobody one. No destruction exactly exactly. Fortunately he wasn't injured which i could say the same for the deer. Fool i know not so happy. Jared file see region for communications manager. Thanks again for the history lesson. Certainly have a great day you to stay one eight fifty now. Thirteen ten kfi kia the whole sports story in northern colorado the state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten. Kfi may spring is in the air and that means high school baseball will decorate preps radio on thirteen ten kfi former president vice president. Walter mondale who was also the democratic nominee for president in nineteen eighty-four died just yesterday at the age of ninety. Three eight fifty four now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten k. k. a. dot com mornings with gail from the auto collision specialists studios. Kathy tunheim Spokesperson for the family confirmed the former vice president's death. According to tunheim mondale died peacefully of natural causes at his home in downtown minneapolis while surrounded by his immediate family now prior to serving as vice president during former president carter's single term in the white house mondale represented minnesota in the senate for twelve years before that he was minnesota's attorney general for four years mondale also held a post in the clinton administration serving as ambassador to the japan. Now apparently he was the recipient of many calls and messages from friends and current and former public officials in his event final days according to axios. Who first reported in the news of walter. Mondale's death mondale sent a final goodbye. Email to three hundred twenty staffers spending more than four decades to express how very much they meant to him adding that he knew that they would keep up the good fight before i go. He wrote according to axios which obtained a copy of the email. I wanted to let you know how much you mean to me. Never has a public servant had a better group of people working at their side together. We have accomplished so much. And i know you will keep up. The good fight wrote mondale. He signed the note from fritz..

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Former Researcher Who Sold Trade Secrets to China Gets 33 Months

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:09 sec | 1 year ago

Former Researcher Who Sold Trade Secrets to China Gets 33 Months

"Path of Walter Mondale First Walk. A former researcher at Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, has been sentenced to 33 months in prison for conspiring to

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Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dies at 93

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dies at 93

"For his time in Washington and in the national political spotlight, including his years in the U. S Senate and later as U. S ambassador to Japan, former Vice President Walter Fritz Mondale has died at the age of 93. Here, CBS White House correspondent Ed O'Keefe. He ran for president against Ronald Reagan and 1984 made history by choosing a female running way. Geraldine Ferraro, I looked The best vice president and I found her and Gerry Ferraro to waged a spirited campaign. But as Democrats trying to make Reagan's age an issue He memorably shot back and Monday. I will not make age an issue of this campaign. I am not going to exploit for political purposes, my opponent's youth and inexperience, Reagan trounced Mondale in a historic landslide. President Biden in remembering the late vice president, said Walter Mondale, defined of the vice presidency as a full partnership and help provide a model for his service.

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Walter Mondale, Jimmy Carter's Vice President, Dies at 93

WBZ Morning News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Walter Mondale, Jimmy Carter's Vice President, Dies at 93

"Of American politics, has died. Former vice president Walter Mondale was 93 President Jimmy Carter tweets that he considers Walter Mondale the best vice president in our country's history. Minnesota's current U. S. Senators are also mourning the man who preceded them. In the Senate, Amy Klobuchar says Mondale taught her that getting things done for people was an essential part of leadership. Tina Smith says Mondale provided a strong, compassionate, clear and fearless voice to the world throughout his life.

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Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dead at 93

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dead at 93

"Walter Mondale dead at the age of 93. NBC's Kris Clack of takes a look back Minnesota Progressive who brought a new standard to the vice presidency, Walter Fritz Mondale catapulted to the national political spotlight. In the 19 seventies and eighties Mondale Mondale was U. S senator from Minnesota before serving as vice president under Jimmy Carter from 1977 to 1981 on, Dale ran for the White House in 1984 but lost to Ronald Reagan in a landslide. The owner of the Colorado

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Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93

First Morning News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93

"The country is remembering Walter Mondale, the former vice president died at the age of 93 1976. Mondale became a national figure in the Democratic presidential nominee, Jimmy Carter asked him to join the ticket as his running mate, The Carter Mondale, take it lost the White House in 1982, Ronald Reagan, George Bush. 1984 bundles choice for a running mate Rock the election. New York Congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro, the first woman on the presidential ticket, but the campaign struggled to overcome a double digit deficit in the polls. Mondale served his country for more than 50 years. Karen Travers, ABC News Washington

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Walter Mondale, former vice president, dies at 93

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Walter Mondale, former vice president, dies at 93

"Jimmy Carter, has died. Word out of Minnesota. The former vice president Walter Mondale, has died. The liberal icon served Minnesota as attorney general and US senator then as vice president under Jimmy Carter, from 1977 to 1981. Mondale's own try for the White House in 1984 was shadowed by Ronald Reagan's popularity, but he made a different kind of history by choosing the first female running mate on a major party ticket. Geraldine Ferraro, Walter Mondale was 93 Fox News Trace Gallagher,

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Former Vice President Walter Mondale Dies at Age 93

AP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Former Vice President Walter Mondale Dies at Age 93

"Former Vice President Walter Mondale, who lost the nation's most lopsided presidential election, is dead at 93. Mondale served as Jimmy Carter's vice president. His own bid for the White House came in 1984 when he won on Lee, his home state, Minnesota and Washington, D. C against Ronald Reagan. I'm Tim McGuire, former vice president Walter Mondale's died at the age of

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Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Has Died at Age 93

BBC Newsday

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Has Died at Age 93

"Has died at his home in Minneapolis at the age of 93. Mr Mondo was President Jimmy Carter's running made for his successful presidential bid in 1976 8. Years later, he suffered the worst defeat of any presidential candidate trounced by Ronald Reagan. Baby saying use

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Walter Mondale, Former US Vice-President and Celebrated Liberal, Dies Aged 93

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Walter Mondale, Former US Vice-President and Celebrated Liberal, Dies Aged 93

"Former vice president Walter Mondale a liberal icon for Minnesota has died at the age of ninety three in nineteen sixty four Walter Mondale was appointed to Minnesota's U. S. Senate seat replacing his mentor Hubert Humphrey Mondale was known for his advocacy of social issues in nineteen seventy six he was Jimmy Carter's running mate when they unseated Gerald Ford Carter saying some thirty years later I felt the vice president be the best one to give me the help I needed I never had served in Boston before as you know and Chris was express NO eulogizing Mondale as the best vice president in our country's history Mondale unsuccessfully ran for president in nineteen eighty four choosing a woman as his running mate losing to Ronald Reagan in a landslide he served as ambassador to Japan in the nineties Mondale's wife Joan died in twenty fourteen three years after their daughter Eleanor Mondale is survived by two sons Jackie Quinn Washington

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Former Vice President Walter Mondale Dies At 93

BBC World Service

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Former Vice President Walter Mondale Dies At 93

"Historic 1984 run for the White House. When the name New York Congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro to be his vice presidential running mate, the first woman on a major party presidential ticket. I'm delighted to announce But I will ask the Democratic convention. To nominate Geraldine Ferraro of New York to run with me for the White House. Mondale lost that election in a landslide to Ronald Reagan, carrying only his home state of Minnesota and Washington, D C after he pledged to raise taxes during his acceptance speech. Mondale's family says he died Monday. Minneapolis He was 93 The White House says it's in contact with local officials in Minnesota, head of

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Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93

"Former vice president Walter Mondale's died at the age of ninety three former vice president Walter Mondale served under president Jimmy Carter from nineteen seventy seven to nineteen eighty one Mondale was an icon to liberals but he lost his own presidential bid in nineteen eighty four after telling voters right up front to expect a tax increase if he won that election also made history because Mondale had chosen Geraldine Ferraro as his running mate the first woman to ever appear on a major party ticket help break that glass ceiling telling the Associated Press in twenty eleven I think a lot of women are in positions or their talents bring them who might not have been there but admin for Jerry Walter Mondale former Minnesota Attorney General US senator and vice president dead at the age of ninety three Jackie Quinn Washington

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Former U.S. Vice President Walter Mondale Dies at 93

Lars Larson

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Former U.S. Vice President Walter Mondale Dies at 93

"Civil rights advocate and former vice president Walter Mondale dies and I am proud. Go to Washington. Mondale twice winning reelection to the Senate, then in 76. When Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter captured the Democratic presidential nomination, Mondale got a call. We had a talk about what he Had in mind. And so the grits and French ticket was born. The Carter Mondale administration would face for extremely difficult years. Tough times paved the way for Republican challenger Ronald Reagan to win the White House in 1980 bucks is Mike Tobin. Mr Mondale died at 93 at home in

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Walter Mondale, Former Vice President Has Died

Broncos Country Tonight

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Walter Mondale, Former Vice President Has Died

"Former vice president Walter Mondale has died. Despite a long liberal political career. This may be one of Walter Mondale's most remembered lines. When I hear your new ideas, I'm reminded of that ad. Where's the beef? Yeah, Vice President Mondale, running for president in the primaries and suffering a landslide lost to Ronald Reagan. He served his Minnesota senator. Through it all. He was proud to wear the liberal label. It became a word that had a sting to it, whereas people started coming self progressive. I think the same thing Walter Mondale, the nation's longest retired vice president, for more than 30

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Walter Mondale, Former US Vice-President and Celebrated Liberal, Dies Aged 93

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Walter Mondale, Former US Vice-President and Celebrated Liberal, Dies Aged 93

"Vice President Walter Mondale tonight, also presidential candidate and nominee in 1984, But he served in Jimmy Carter's administration as vice president. He was 93 years old. We will continue to see some responses pouring in tonight on social media and bring you some reflect Sins of his political career. Walter Mondale Dead at 93. We're focused on

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The Microsoft Exchange hacks: How they started and where we are

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

03:05 min | 1 year ago

The Microsoft Exchange hacks: How they started and where we are

"How i navigated getting a job weaves atlassian And for those might not know. Atlassian is i- unicorn. Australian a tech company Very prominent so The set of mondale. So it's a great article and the the international women's day very much. Appreciate alice's tom coming on today. Today's insides alice. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks for having me great now. You wrote an article a post on link theme that grabbed my gives. You mind tanna Kudos for that because she locked it in It was tomorrow attention on lincoln. obviously And i think it's really important to share. Obviously this is part of international. Women's was trying to align with that. But there's a lot here so the unpack May be stop with how. I never got a getting a job. We've atlassian and sort of what motivated j. It's your story i. Ta joe The joke with atlassian. Clay was really about knowing their products having used them in the past saying the role come up having an israeli and check unical unicorn and their security journey as well. I was absolutely intrigued at to. What a software company Looks like in terms of their internal security and win these role popped up. It was actually in my group. That i'm hot. On linked in close trailing women insecurity network. I'm one of the league's over and so it was part of that group. That is on the job bro. Papa with. I was so excited as like music is a new role. It's a new tame as. I think i can do this. I think this would be one of those positions where i really make an impact in had value quickly being relatively new. Come up show you the security industry very good and it's there's a lot i mean. We won't even go into the we try to avoid the story of atlassian is that's a big big story. I'm pack their bags up new offices in in in sydney here as well i is that the wanting for you at all. Was that not a consideration. It was the atlassian story. Or were you thinking of getting out of it and coming to the east coast anyway. Well you have have. We accurate about the roughness island A stubby holder up the top there that there for my memory is being assessed boy but yes so. You're prepared to to move to this. This role yeah. I was one of the considerations that i had to tie it with a roll off in in sydney as things have evolved and his new project internally detained anywhere where our workforce of nearly five thousand across so many different times irons and There might working has really embedded ange. Now go to foam last how that can work and what best. It's really focused on the team. Coming together

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"mondale" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"mondale" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Raise taxes, so he won't tell you. I just did. That was the Democrats says I'm going to raise taxes. I'm not gonna lie to you. I knew that was cop is going to pick that one later on the weak because that is a classic classic moment. Where poor old Walter Mondale loss by the way, I won't I met Walter Mondale. Once I was out of many Minneapolis at the theater out there big can remember what's called now, but the big Theater Minneapolis, I was giving a speech. And I noticed this guy sitting by himself in the bar, having a drink, sitting having last one table by himself, and it was Walter Mondale wants with him. No, he's by himself, because he, you know he's got a condo right next to the theater in Minneapolis, and he was coming actually do. I don't want to go to my own horn here, but he was coming to hear me speak, and so I walked over to him and I said, I said, Look, I voted for Ronald Reagan. But You seem like a decent guy. I said, sit down, so I had to drink with Walter Mondale was great, and we talked about that moment. We talked about the taxes moment and he thought, you know when his speech writers and he came up with that they thought this is going to be a winner for us because we're leveling with the American people were being honest and they will appreciate it. Then he said, little did I know I covered. I covered that convention and I'll never forget Azeri body was leaving almost to a person A new Mondale was going to lose, and they were just looking ahead to 88 when they thought Mario Cuomo would be their nominee. Remember his Hamlet on the Hudson? The play on member Joe? The plane was Fueled up and ready to go from Albany up to New Hampshire. He was going to announce his candidacy, but he couldn't make up his mind. I think he did not decide to run for president because of certain Murky ties that his wife's family may have had could be back in the old country under a big quote here, Michael All right, so mine is not a presidential election. But since AH, one of the criterion for this is A quote that changed the course of history..

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"mondale" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

12:18 min | 2 years ago

"mondale" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"A gourmet spoiler alert I am not also from another showing you were using the phrase where's the beef and mentioned it was a catch phrase from the nineties actually that was from the eighties because Mondale used it in his presidential campaign I was five at the time but even I know that thank you for that correction on time so it was in the eighties that nineties my wife is because I'm a huge fan of some cold air fryer which is like her best friend now and I used to be your best friend but now I think the air fryers are best friend that she has discovered is were eating so much more at home and when I've fixed my own food it's not gonna be better for me and in fact I am so incompetent I'm not even good with the microwave I was cooking a canner suit by the instructions I ported into a microwave safe bowl set the timers are called for for four minutes to cook it and it's cooking in the microwave and then all of a sudden I hear an explosion in the soup I mean was a loud noise I don't know how soon does that in soup went everywhere in the microwave it was a potato soup oh man I had to clean and clean and clean Tschauner dying over here so I mean there are people who have a natural affinity and ability to cook I have a natural affinity and ability to eat food that others have prepared so it's the one part of my life there it shows lack of lack of good judgment and how I handle my money you know you expect me to be extra careful there if the but not when it comes to cooking that's a good story clocks thank you all right let's get to the next one right Peter says oh the irony Clark loves Costco because it is cheap Clark is no fan of Russia because he believes Russia is trying to destroy the U. S. economy by selling oil cheaply just because Russia is the world's low cost oil producer shouldn't give them the right to sell oil below the U. S. extraction costs because it will put our companies out of business according to Clark the problem is that this is the essence of free market capitalism if you can put a competitor out of business by producing a cheaper or better product than you do it justice cosco has forced the closure of thousands of retail establishments by undercutting them and just as U. S. energy producers forced higher cost energy players out of the market when we flooded the world with fracked oil and gas I thought you loved free markets Clark wonderful point all right so the Russians knew the world was drastically over supplied when demand fell off a cliff for oil for their products oil generates gasoline diesel jet fuel and so the Russians did this specifically to try to take out Canadian oil producers and U. S. oil producers is we using coronavirus as really the catalyst well it backfired on the Russians and the Russian economy is in steep dive right now steep decline because their economy was so heavily dependent on oil revenues and so it ended up being almost like a murder suit of suicide action it has devastated the U. S. oil industry and has caused hunger and other problems in the Soviet Union S. on the internet met in Russia and so this is one of those things where I was trying to cause serious problems for the United States and that happened but it turned out to boomerang and because extremely serious economic problems in Russia so yeah I am a huge free marketeer the angle here is Putin specifically is interested and creating a new empire and part of it was to weaken us and instead he's weakened us end up Kim all right this is from craggy says common Clark you're such a hypocrite you rail about the monster banks giving priority to their existing customers of which I am one during the PPP long process what a strange concept my bank did reach out to me and thankfully I didn't need the assistance in times like these the technology and manpower of these banks come in comes in handy I'm sure when you walked into the credit union they give you a nice hello and how do you do in new year name but I'm sure that's about all they could do for you thank you for that post because actually things worked out very differently in the second round of the PPP where the loans overwhelmingly had been done by small local community banks credit unions and non traditional lenders like pay pal and cabbage and people like that they are part of the non bank sector very big banks have found themselves now subject of investigation because several of the big banks specifically helped are publicly traded companies in very large entities try to cheat under the rules of the payroll protection program and qualify for these huge multi million dollar PPP loans and soaked up all the first batch of money the first round of money that's why a lot of publicly traded companies have rushed on to the safe harbor window to pay back the loans they never should have gotten in the first place that they got just because of a massive ethical and moral problem at the big banks the fact that you don't qualify as a publicly traded company or a big entity and your banker at a giant monster mega bank came to you and said Hey you want to do a PPP alone that's that's fine but that's not what the banks are under scrutiny for its for behaving in a way that was unethical if not illegal to help companies this was not designed for to access the PPP money troll our court this week up from Doug he says you shouldn't can't even gently that plant based impossible meats are healthy alternative to meat the jury is not only still out it really has been begun deliberations yet on this one a scene that article on impossible meek includes eating a plant based meat substitute a few times a week probably won't hurt you just like eating beef a few times a week or two either fake meat is best treated like real meat use it as a protein source not as a substitute for vegetables I agree with that completely I hope that I have not indicated in talking about beyond and impossible and their competitors that somehow magically they're processed substitute meat is more healthy for your less unhealthy than eating traditional beef I've just said that I really enjoyed the taste of an impossible burger and when I'm given the choice of both on a menu I prefer getting an impossible burger to traditional real meat but I'm in the time of shortage that a lot of us are experiencing trying to buy real meat it is a viable alternative to try one of the fake meat products and you may decide like I did that you prefer it to the taste of real meat but in terms of it being healthier it's process these things are process very heavily so I don't know that they're necessarily better for you Kim hi this is from game to game says Clark you took a call from an emergency are and who had to use our PTO for mandatory quarantine time due to co that exposure you stink because I know your stance on unions and know that it's never been particularly favorable but I can't think of a time in recent history when the labor movement has had more the cold rights for workers and workers safety needed to be watch out for unions have been fighting for PPD for hazard pay and for fair treatment at a time when non union workers are left to fend for themselves and face massive layoffs a very well thought out post and when you hear me talk about unions I know that people are supposed to talk about things in absolutes and I really am a mixed message person about unions I I've seen the benefits of them I've also seen how they can actually hurt economic activity so in the example that you give in terms of health and safety that's an area where unions really shine and in the current situation a worker who shows up in a place of work where they're put in danger in a medical facility and there's no safety equipment available that worker doesn't have any power in that situation where a unionized medical staff does have power that's respected by the employer and so that is absolutely true what the poster said in this case Joel Clark mark says on a recent show you suggested that it is more prudent to purchase gold shares via a fund rather than take physical possession of the precious metal this can be a dangerous suggestion as gold was confiscated by the U. S. government during the Great Depression in the nineteen thirties if this were to reoccur the shares of the gold would be confiscated in the investor would wind up with nothing I would suggest only purchasing physical gold and storing it privately in this way the ownership the goal would not be known to the government and therefore could not be confiscated I think that requires a fear of government fiat debt I don't believe exists I I think the gold is so widely held today they would be so remote a possibility that the government would run around confiscating people's precious metals gold and silver bed I don't take that as something that is a threat of any note and the problem in this case is that when you buy directly holding actual physical gold or physical silver the markup you pay is so enormous and when you go to sell the mark down the spread is so great that you end up losing a lot of your hard earned dollars the you put in to buy back gold or silver you also have to figure out how to store it and hope it doesn't get stolen where with a find it is stored for you you buy it very efficiently at ed almost no markup at all to the market place and they store it for you in their vault where you own a portion of what they have in the ball so I just greatly prefer find over the physical holding of silver gold I know it's a psychological thing for a lot of people to have the actual gold or silver coins but I don't recommend it I appreciate all your posts and the variety of them as well when there's something you hear from me that just doesn't ring true or right to you please let me know by posting at Clark dot com slash Clark stakes you're listening to the Clark Howard show now the three big things you need to know three what is gradually re opening but police spent a second weekend breaking up big crowds that gathered in Orlando's news are doing I'll tell you about one crowd that gathered last night in Daytona's beachside where shots were fired and open California rally is expected to draw crowds today at Los Angeles city hall one Arlington National Cemetery outside Washington is open.

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"mondale" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"mondale" Discussed on 600 WREC

"On this is Bernie Sanders is going away and I do think he's gonna win by a little bit more new this the gets a good crafted defense thank you I have a look you can get well crafted to fit as a defense anyway let's US yeah here's all you want to get them from Hannity arise have a good time with that you're gonna from here you're going to get hired on so though the one thing that is really fascinating to me there's a new pew research poll out that talks about what people are willing to accept from their candidates and I'm gonna read but I'm gonna reveal it here in at the top of the hour but I'm telling you if if Bernie Sanders is the nominee it could be Mondale yeah how to be a leading lady on Monday I think so too I think so too and the other might not be here I mean yeah I go back and forth Stewart are talk about this yesterday go back and forth because it's this is risk big win big risk big lose Baker center somehow pulls this off any you know look yeah you must ash two weeks before the election that could happen who knows right I you can't predict these things and all you can you look at to Donald Trump being the who Donald Trump is in being a tad device about honoring one's pick that up over the years haven't but some people just don't like the guy and you know look there's what forty I mean what is the bottom of people a percentage of people who are voting against Donald Trump forty forty nine I mean like thirty five thirty five forty yes it is probably had a lot of them using Bob yeah but okay so it's so you're talking about a few percentage points most likely even in a scenario where we have the lowest unemployment in the last fifty years right like there's just so many but I think this is like him right but I think that there's a difference I think that number is closer in the thirties then the authorities because I think there are people that are just they're comfortable they don't like him but they don't have somebody they're excited about so they'll just stay home yeah just a home their wages are good and they're employed right so that's going to make a dent so and if there's not something they're excited about I mean I I just wait until you see this pew research poll and I couple this with what happened you notice that Elizabeth Warren went down where did our numbers go analysts are maybe yeah maybe Amy maybe P. I mean P. and and her have held a lot of cross over the entire time first off it's not a moderate this again fallacies not secondly sh he is they're both Paul from this you know hi a highly educated white intellectual elitist to sort of crap and like they both pull from that so they've been treating for awhile closure though not not as much but that's the new if that's happening the other thing is interesting to me and and helpful to me is the turn out for trump in New Hampshire was amazing yeah well he he I think you guys mentioned he doubled Obama's vote total but also just pulls people in where ever he goes and the rally that he did in New Hampshire that he sold out the arena there was eleven thousand in he claims forty to fifty thousand outside which is unlikely but he does have a problem with counting yes yes putting filled the place these when the Democrats combine the event couldn't come close his estimate of Israelis are the level of care you similar to Iowa yes is it really you may be using the Iowa it's a but there are still huge yes a hundred thousand people there now know what's crazy is the the the latest poll on impeachment show that the the average person believes that the impeachment made Donald Trump stronger not weaker they did right did this is I you know the Democrats didn't believe their own rhetoric because if you actually believe he was super duper dangerous and he was going to do all these terrible things then you wouldn't have tried to go after impeachment on something you knew you were going to win this is ME nice ism he Jim again before the election like he could do whatever he wants now we're gonna do you have to wait list until the election if you really believed that he was that dangerous yeah you would never use that ball it until you knew it took it out because anything they say now everybody's in a roller eyes how come only has already tried to impeach come on I mean first first he was dealing with Putin then it was this that it was that there was that there was this then you always say about every three weeks this is the one that's going to take him down you been saying it so now when you come out with anything who's going to believe you who is going to believe you.

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"mondale" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:10 min | 2 years ago

"mondale" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And I get every time I get my car Mike always since hello from the other side Mondale yeah that's so funny I I always get or now two times in a row I've had stairway to heaven and then I'll be watching you full although I got really absolutely apart from what and I'm now starting he he well we're in the works yeah and not all are starting a vegan blog good I think it's just a starting point and stepping stone to something else but are you know we would love to do you are you are born in arm rest your farm yeah you know how okay folks if there's anybody out there you might want to talk to him and see if you want to get together to help to rescue barn you got folks with a heavenly being guiding them in absolutely anything you know now are you doing this vacant blogger you what's that name did or are you going to name it later yeah we named it right now we're just we're gonna finish up all bins yeah why okay so be looking on the internet folks for boons where they can is is gonna be for people and pets or yeah just it's going to be it's gonna be people pass lifestyle you know on and friendly yeah they're kind of you know a very like streaked in that judgmental some yeah that's why I don't that's why I don't do it completely is like yeah so let me let's hope so it's boon's way and it's about the okay yeah is it blue and white dot com yes yeah but we've been working on it and I just I feel like we have no such yeah yeah and needs you and while I'm down I know it it's just been funny you know it's like both both great and I have been a lot more you know like open to all the signs and you know and yeah I'm going now now we're going to church you know like but you know more so than anything it you know I've been a lot more I guess more calm in my daily activities you know like a more a light headed or cool headed I guess you could say you know bringing in anchorage right yeah I'm not a singer driving a lot more Asians but you know I've been more I guess in touch with trying to being able to communicate with them and and you know with that comes it's very reciprocated I'm getting a lot of communication back from him which has been great yeah and you know it's nice it it's funny too that the thing is I feel like boom communicates with me a lot so then relay the message back to Britney because bringing in all still it's it's still very raw for her so it's hard it's hard to be open to things like that when you're ready you can be open to it but it doesn't mean you're you can receive it because your energy base when Mike died I was so wrong all my energy base wasn't receptive because it was still responding to the loss of his suit yeah so it's not that she's not receptive to it is just her earth vibration can't hold a higher vibration because it's still in the grieving stages is so strong and so raw and that's what makes it her less receptive doesn't make her less able to do it it just means at this stage yeah energy can doesn't meshes well with a higher frequency because of the pain she still humanly feeling which is right and natural yeah we'll Brandon I guess for your young sense you know you have that I know I've always late been very I guess like intuitive I guess you could say brought it to the forefront moons brought it to the forefront I just ignored it for a long time and yeah now now it's it's back and yeah since Boone and the thing that's most interesting is you know it's like I know that Britney right now you know she's still going through a lot and same with me but I know that I'm more logical a lot of things and I know that knows that use thank you still about your training you were brought up in the middle of the being bombed in the war fail to not flinch you need to stay focused and you're in the middle of the worst and a lot of pressure trying to yeah for sure you know so it's it's just been really nice you know so it's like every little sign every little thing you know it's like I don't want to try to interpret it I don't want to try to question it you know instead of asking why all the time it's more so like how can I do what your you know what the sun so that that's what's been the most interesting thing is just turning the wise into the how do you want me now you know words that guidance let you know show me the way type deal and you know it's been interesting it really house because they bring in I've been making a lot of choices that we would usually sit for days and contemplate on and now it's more so just like all right let's just go do this yeah everything it's not about that way and cents I we don't yeah very I guess I guess the fire's been late night our readers you're doing it in our play just go just go and do it and get it done just get along with and have placed that it'll if you're supposed to do it it'll go and if it's not they'll stop you and your with interesting is that it's all gone really easy things are just coming to us yeah and which is art this call in the flow yeah right it's an easy and when wanted your and they're making your and I don't know how to explain it but it's just and feels mention me as it were right yeah and now you're allowing it and you're listening and you're not worried about how it's gonna turn out because it is not supposed to turn out you know that you will be turned around and if it is supposed to turn out you know you'll be pushed from behind yeah absolutely yeah it's just it's been really are I don't know it's it's definitely a life changing experience that's for sure you know it's like we we as humans were very selfish because we want you know again you know that we want his earth suit we want him here you know in front of us so we can feel in touch and and play with and you can hold on to it but you know at the same time him not being here I feel like he's able to do more you know that him being here physically that's the thing that I'm always trying to get across to Britney you know I was like he's able to do more for us than anything so you know it's like him being able to be here are our hardest time and then to transition to be with us now and our most weren't supposed to be our most triumphant times like yeah and move forward in achieve these goals and to do better things in life but it's like use it I know my or that he's he's able to do more from there he was only it's you yeah he is only two years nine months old in as well when a heavenly being comes down they don't need long to change your life and affect the rest of your life and when they're present comes in they just come in check and let you know Hey I'm here for you I'm going to be here for you for the rest of your lives now I'm done what I'm supposed to okay I'm out of here and now let's get on with what you came to do owners today yeah it's just looking and arias I don't there's not a way to explain it lets you actually experience it not be nice I think people are just gonna say yeah you love your dog because I'm sitting here looking into a picture of Mike size and I still get that same for ever feeling yeah exactly it is just it permeates every particle of your being so weird it's there's just such a pureness and there's such a pure NASA and such a you know like I guess in a sense to it but it is clear yeah you know when you look in their eyes you you don't see it it's not a warm milk bone is so if you're going to sum up everything about having had a heavenly being would you was it worse the entire events the good the bad the ugly and do you think it will forever change you and what would you say to anybody out there telling Israel well chance a last question it's definitely real I mean coming from a person who was very I guess you could say agnostic away I realized with Boone and how clear as day the signs are not necessarily like out looking for them they just showed up and then it yeah question it then another one would show up you know so it's like it made me realize that I was kind of living my life backwards in a way you know like my views and it completely changed my views to this whole other thing where I'm just like okay I'm clearly looking at things wrong una showed me right way and it's I guess the best way I can describe it is you know it's like you look at things in question than the question why instead of just being free flowing going with it like most I guess people face are they just going to go with things and live these wonderful nice in rich lives you know it's like that's one of the things that were missing and so he showed us that in a minute it's clear as day and so I mean it doesn't make you wake up yeah I'd wait or fire you exactly then you're just blind in out and I think it's just a feeling of happiness yeah and it's a feeling yeah we should leave and not realizing it's where you're gone you know how much I mean I knew what I have no but I mean I guess they didn't know fully hi and you know it's like if we your other question if we had to do it all over again I would go right now she would go I would go get him right now and do it all over all over again another second yeah I got it actually I had a vivid dream of him I want to say about two three days after he passed and I remember where I was standing in front of him he's just looking at me all happy with that just innocent face of his and I was just asking him for just three more days for whatever reason thousands I just kept saying three more days and he just looked at me and it's just all continue to Bernie will always continue to want to go through this all over again if it means that those learning lessons and we get to be your own and and and all that so and then if you get him for the rest of your being yeah exactly you know so it's like all is not that is not they hadn't done it out like we'll be in a new journey absolutely so you know it's like now we have to look at it from a different perspective of instead of getting it reliving it that's like we do have him here every day and I think it's still just an adjustment period that's a human thing yeah it is and it it sucks it's not easy to do no that's your you know what is requiring you to believe and have faith in what you can't her yeah urgently earthly hook because you can touch him seeing and feeling it's taking away that earth reality and asking you to step higher yeah and to believe and face it's all the things that.

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"mondale" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"mondale" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"You had a chance to be president trump bait toll. god MAX six. a little Hey baby toe for you of course based on. Hey mambo mambo italiano from other nineteen but I guess fifties but I have to have some photos lawn every time he sees a microphone or camera which has the F. word starts dropping bombs man just thirst dropping bombs either he says the airport is going to mean something I still but is that it again I just want to I want to reiterate this is as vehemently as I can it's legitimately stupid. to think that we're somehow because you. it's a generally stupid to think this for punk rocker who was arrested for drunk driving who allegedly left the scene of a hit run. who was charged with burglary back in the day this guy in a punk rock band. France is Robert phrases Rourke wore a dress. I kid you not. he also by the way wrote some article when he was in high school. and and in the article he had to I I think you have to criticize her be a critic of or gives a review of some play there don't paint your wagon or something in high school. he was talking about the women's breasts in their boats and whatever else he's had dreams of killing people. but again what what is going on. in another Walter Mondale was good candidate but where is the word the Walter Mondale's of the world. where it leads you say well yeah he's public service for a long time I get it I in doesn't have these weird backgrounds of these people that are running for president on the left it's all very very strange to me so if you like the parity let me know let's go to at Joe talk show on on Twitter you might have you'll get through the phone lines but at Joe talk show J. O. E. T. A. okay S. H. O. W. on Twitter let me know if you like to maybe we'll play it again later in the program let me go back to the phone lines at any time to be lying to you and Sam is a last guy Sam. I don't know but the public general public green. know about the American practical navigator by Nathaniel bloated. it's a book it's highly years by the navy in America I'm industry but. climate change you know I don't know it. I believe that there is climate change but I but I don't think it's because of us I think it's because the planets is doing what it normally does. a one of the things in the boat into that the planet tilts every year further off its access a little bit like a half a degree here so anyway you know what that has to do with what's going on. you know why right. right. okay disco farts. the cow farts are knocking the planet off the axis don't argue with me your calls out. it is I just want to I want to reiterate why what are the warehouses bell B. O. D. I. C. H. Boteach yeah Nathaniel Bowditch is the author and it's actually updated annually for the American I'm industry all right we'll check it out I appreciate the information yeah I I don't know what book is out there on it maybe that book explains everything on the court look I'm not tonight I'm not a climate denier. I admit it. the climate is changing. yes it is. the climate she's a Changin deserves not us doing it. the idea that the globe was able to replenish itself renew itself free is completely fall out again all before man ever showed up. and a little bit after me and showed.

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"mondale" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"mondale" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"F. Mondale let's let it run we know he's gonna lose but we all in this it isn't that. now the first sent me the email says I think that what really bothers the Democrats in the media is that they may. are very very concerned about the extent to which Joe Biden you is his public office over the years as a senator and as vice president to in rich his family and foul up foreign relations. you play that fact off the Congress investigating again there's the did you see this they're investigating stormy Daniels the house of representatives the Democrats are going to be investigating trumps pay off the stormy Daniels. so the theory is if the Democrats are gonna be going after trump for things that they can't have a nominee that is basically sold his soul. June big businesses and other like defense contractors or what have you for the purposes of in reaching his family here's how it works and by the way I don't think by his alone I think it's almost a standard operating procedure now. let's say that that your senator on the Appropriations Committee order of the foreign affairs committee or what have you. and you have a say so over procurement. military things weapons defense systems you name it. yes so your husband or your wife your spouse you'll end this set up a foundation. all these such and such family foundation of purpose is to raise money going to charity then you set up a shell corporation off the.

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"mondale" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"mondale" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Washington many many many years ago or Walter Mondale it's very very difficult this Democratic Party really is something different about Hubert Humphrey being in this group from Minnesota is interesting both Walter Mondale and Hubert Humphrey strong middle of the road Liberal Democrats not left this democratic the Liberal Democrats from the same state of Minnesota which is where a lot of whole markets from look at the differences happen all right you T. former UT Arlington political science professor Allan Saxe Allen it was a pleasure eight twenty five let's get update on traffic now with Phil Jackson the only way the one spot on the Collins an accident as reported that's backed up into forty there is trouble spot for Dallas north tollway just really adding to the slow going this is on the tollway self on the George Bush turnpike an accident blocking the right lane on thirty five E. north of the George Bush turnpike in Carrollton the accident was clear that still was slow and heavy cellphone thirty five you Val would parkway a wreck thanks the techs breasts lanes in the Dallas on six thirty five responded Abrams an accident blocks the white lady at Waxahachie has trouble getting through one thirty five V. self funded Rogers in the construction area there's an accident on I. twenty westbound the ramp to gold to whisper for a wait there's been a wreck there all morning that's what's keeping that'll back they'll pass highway sixty seven in itself like a one fourteen east bonded Campbell Avenue an accident has traffic flow all the way from rolling over with KLIF traffic on the flights I'm bill Jackson I mean urologist brand Martin will be cloudy with widely scattered showers and storms tapering off late this morning specter high near eighty nine today low seventy six.

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"mondale" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"mondale" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Gotta go with the guy who could beat trump the majors idea is a bunch of malarkey but you go with Brian malarkey fishy going with maybe she wants but a judge could only Biden can be trump does get the the big momentum hours was a bush forty one that we got the big model is Elizabeth Warren yeah I know right now I'm not sure you know not since he would be with me up there George McGovern think about people who with the the party in this case the Democrats loved and thought represented all of America and then ended up losing a ton of states like most or a Monday when Mondale ran nineteen an eighty four doctors at Reagan running it's Carter in eighty and that Mondale wears a very nice decent guy factor but likes Walter Mondale he's a fine statesman Democrat out of Minnesota but old school sometimes more pragmatic than even centrist Democrat but he won his home state of Minnesota is any of that the only one was a mistress he under the valiant leadership of Bob Beckel who was then the youngest campaign manager of our frequent visitor to the show the former job of the hot chair occupant on the five on fox who valiantly ran the campaign and Mondale won they said this gonna be great he's obviously going to take care Reagan his rate is doing tax cuts and then the economy is just starting a roll here but we're going to fight that and then the ends up losing colossal way to Ronald Reagan and well.

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"mondale" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"mondale" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"So as to have the most impact during the presidential election campaign to believe me you don't want to waste the stuff now when the Democrats in the process of beating themselves up you know save it for when they've got enough money saver for me got somebody who's going to be I think they're gonna nominate I didn't get same as last night but I think Biden is the equivalent of Mondale in eighty four or maybe the acquittal of Bob Dole in nineteen ninety six the Democrats through model up there in a war horse he been a loyal Democrat Reagan was not going to lose so let mine don't get on his resume let it run for president when you raise the money let him have this legacy as a democratic presidential nominee but he would get a win anything and dole was not gonna win in ninety six versus Clinton at some point somebody his party's gonna realize throw somebody up there who when they lose does not take the party with them and if they don't think they're going to lose and nominate somebody as radically extreme is anybody on that stage is banned all the better I I I I look at this as a glorious day when the American people rich Jack who ever it is these Democrats are going to nominate and I'm just gonna tell you right now this is today that is right and he can change next our next day next week there's not a one of these people can hold their own on a stage with Donald Trump particularly not with the bag is there going to be bring into it they're gonna show up to a debate whoever this nominee is they're gonna show up with the attitude they're smarter they're better the trump is reprobate that he is a scam I Wagner he's a skunk that is an older than he doesn't deserve to be there and they're gonna go overboard in the debates talking about how one qualified as a human being trump is they're not gonna be able to attack any of the issues because they can't compete on the issues I don't either I just don't want anybody to miss understand I'm not taking anything for granted I'm not aware of how desperate the times are with this party as radical as it is I just don't expose myself to all of the hatred in me like that do enough of that in show prep I'm aware of it now let's take a break we'll come back and continue with the combination of your calls are great audio sound bite roster as well so don't go away for your almost one hundred percent in English with just a little Spanish Lingle rush on the E. R. I. B. network.

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"mondale" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"mondale" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Mondale carried one St.. Minnesota. It was a landslide. Ronald Reagan, one within nets remember that. I remember that. Say it again minutes to all the lib tards listening right now in the audience. And guess what guess what? You heard it here. You heard it here. Others gonna take credit for it. But you heard it here. In November of two thousand twenty we're going to see a repeat of history Trump will win in a landslide now of course he's not gonna take every single state. Why, because since Ronald Reagan, and Walter Mondale in nineteen eighty four we have had Luciferians taken troll of our government in our industry, even our churches. That's right. You heard me they've taken control. And now we have a bunch of goof-balls running around this country screaming about abortion rights and women's health care, and abortion, not murder. And I mean you've heard it all we didn't have that fight in nineteen Eighty-four, there was abortions. Of course there was. But it just wasn't the champion ideal of the left. The left takes real pleasure in the abortion and murder of babies, obviously. I mean they're screaming about it. I purchased my body pig. I mean my God, they go Broncos and I mean my God Jewish a favor for God's sakes, put a bra. And it's not like you're Victoria secret model running around, and isn't it funny? The ones that are calling for that Grossman, gross..

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"mondale" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"mondale" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Cops, the guy worked out of the LAPD out of city hall. I guess, and he, he went out there with the LA cops. They're the ones who picked up Whitey Bulger, but it was the, the tip that come from the US marshals. That's right. I just want to give you a heads up Al Gore in and towns bay wanna get to work with early because the traffic jam. He's not the vice president anymore. I got stuck in traffic jam once Storrow drive because he was going to his twenty fifth reunion, Harvard University. You can imagine how pleased I was the report over and traffic for ten minutes on Storrow drive. So the, the vice president could go to Harvard, just like the one time, the vice president Mondale back in the seventies was he had to go to the globe for an interview during a snowstorm and that a tied up all the traffic on the southeast expressway for vice president Mondale that was even more disturbing. The people. How shopping eight to shop after all? I want to know who the guy was that's right now. That's right. Reverend yeah. You, you tell them about Andrew Jackson, that slave owner coming in after Abe Lincoln was shot. Hey, grace. I'll tell you how the buzzes, work you press the button. It buzzes. Apparently, if you if you hit the button before Alex trebek's finished, speaking, this on jeopardy. You're frozen out for many a half second or whatever. And that's that's enough time for your opponent. One of your opponents who at the buzzer. Michael Wolff nonfiction books..

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"mondale" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"mondale" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Most dangerous to President Trump today. How do you evaluate this rice? You take that pull the show Beethoven. The most dangerous to Trump if you dig down a little bit, which I did I think the overall poll head of sample size of fifteen hundred but that segment was sampled about four hundred fifty so not the most reliable of polls. I mean, as you know, the conventional wisdom seems to be that crazy uncle Joe might be the most dangerous just because he's not as crazy as the other twenty one or so candidates in the race. But look he hadn't faced we'll have to see how he holds up to the hammer and sickle. The Bernie stas are going to take him through the primary. It's going to be a crazy show for sure I mean, how do you think that shapes up? So I haven't seen for a while. But I think that Joe Biden's bestselling is going to be his first day. I think that it's probably downhill from there. They had since come out. He he's been ripped up and down for a four for treating Republicans to well, this is now it actually is chief appeal in general election is that he doesn't appear to be a nasty jerk. Sometimes I mean, I think he can be politically, but he generally perceived as a nice guy and yet that may be what steps in the primaries, for example today. Listen to this clip. Jason there's a clip of vice of former vice. Biden talking about former Vice President Cheney and talking about he likes changing things. He's a nice guy. Walter Mondale steps in Iraq's him. First of all I actually liked to Cheney for real I get on with him. I think he's a decent. Man. Chaney had a very different view of the vice presidency and terms them how it functioned internally. But he was extremely helpful and gracious about the office and the legal parameters of the office. But as you have some views on the vice president's little bit different. I would say. First of all I act and then Joe Biden, basically has to try and walk that exhortation. How do you think Joe Biden runs as the primaries progress, I couldn't agree with more with what you said a moment ago, he he has had his high watermark. I mean, we knew Mondale was was you know, was so prescient knew what the democrat party would look like today. But I mean, we've already seen this happen with pants. Feedback to I can't even remember we were teased so many times with the Biden announcement was it three or four weeks ago when they floated the whole idea that he would announce what Stacey Abrams is pre picked running mate. I mean talk about just admitting. Maybe a moment of just knowing he was operating from a position of weakness. I don't see how he goes forward. When you think about the combination of his actual positions on issues in the past and how out of step his positions at least in the past. We know he changes every day or with the crazy democrat party of today. And just the fact that he ain't the most death guy on his feet. You know, he he's going to have a lot of really interesting guests, and I don't think he holds up to Bernie listening with Jason Johnson is chief strategist for was that she strategy for Ted Cruz this twenty sixteen presidential campaign and the head of JT strategies. So let's turn to the other side of the coin President Trump, so President Trump, obviously polls very poorly older Americans of the age of six. Five. He's pulling all that. Well, which is similar surprising. He's he pulls very poorly millennials. He pours he pulls very poorly minorities and in a lot of the generic polling right now against democratic candidates to be trailing. How do you evaluate his chances going forward to twenty twenty? You look at this way to see an impulse first of all just talk about polls. And they ask for your approval of of the way, President Trump is handling a series of issues they had a Konami healthcare immigration foreign affairs race relations..

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