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"nikita khrushchev" Discussed on Asian American History 101
"On Wong Kim ark is specifically highlighted in the how we got here collection. It's always a huge honor to be featured and we appreciate Apple podcasts for creating the collections which also include collective bravery, building community, hashtag stop Asian hate, representing us, and unity in laughter. It's interesting because we haven't seen similar celebrations or collections on other podcast directories. So hats off to Apple podcasts for doing it. Let's transition to our main story. May 11th is coming up and we all know what that means. It's the anniversary of the spam name being registered. Prior to that, it was just called pink stuff in a can. We're kidding, of course. There were other canned meats back in 1937, and they probably had innocuous names like canned cooked pork, or canned luncheon meat. We did an entire episode on the history of spam and its impact on Asian Pacific cuisines in general back in season one episode 36. We highly recommend going back and listening to it. As we mentioned in that episode, hormel introduced spam in an attempt to sell more pork shoulder, which was an inexpensive but unpopular cut of meat. The name spam is a portmanteau of the two words spiced ham. It was a way to rebrand the canned meat and make it more fun. Well, the plan worked. Spam was consumed a lot during and after World War II, when meat was hard to come by, and it was eaten by the military and spread across the world. In fact, Nikita Khrushchev, premiere of the Soviet Union declared, quote, without spam, we wouldn't have been able to feed our army. British prime minister Margaret Thatcher referred to spam as a, quote, wartime delicacy. Fun fact, the registered name spam is all in capital letters..
"nikita khrushchev" Discussed on WBUR
"The Ukrainian people is bound up with Russian power The two world wars which convulsed Europe in the first half of the 20th century resulted in the map of the continent being radically redrawn first as a result of the Treaty of Versailles drawn up by the allied powers in 1919 Three great empires collapsed simultaneously Oscar Hungary Germany and Russia and in Russia you have the added complication of the October Revolution which is happening in parallel with all of this So all of a sudden a Europe of empires becomes a Europe of nation states but again at this critical period Ukraine loses out again A vast Civil War is being fought inside the Russian Empire where the Bolsheviks the communists are slowly gaining control and when they have control they also have control of Ukraine And in 1945 at the end of the Second World War the Soviet Union expected its crucial role in the conflict to be formally acknowledged in the subsequent resettlement of Europe Stalin is determined to have a reward and so essentially the Second World War ends up with the victorious allies Britain France the United States and the others Essentially allowing Stalin to inflict military occupation on the whole of Eastern Europe so countries like Poland do not become part of the Soviet Union but become very unwilling satellite communist states of the Soviet Union Ukraine remains part of the Soviet Union it has been devastated by German military occupation and by the very heavy fighting between Soviet and German forces to liberate Ukraine And I think if you were alive in 1945 what we now understand I think to be the height of Soviet power I think it would never have seen if you were a Ukrainian that there was going to be ever any chance of statehood or independence There is one exception to this tightening grip of Soviet domination in Ukraine when Stalin's successor Nikita Khrushchev transferred par in the opposite direction to strengthen what he called the brotherly ties between the Ukrainian and Russian peoples So in 1954 khrushchev looks back into the history books and sees a treaty signed in 1654 which brought the Ukrainian Cossacks under the Russian military orbit and he thinks well here's a historical anniversary that's worth marking and what could be a better way of marking 300 years of commonality of common history than by taking the Crimea this beautiful stretch of land and transferring it out of Russian Soviet governance into Ukrainian Soviet governance But in 1954 that doesn't really matter because both Russia and Ukraine are simply constituent parts of the Soviet Union but like a lot of things which are done in history without a great deal of thought or care it does turn out to have long-term consequences that people at the time couldn't foresee or at least didn't foresee.
"nikita khrushchev" Discussed on Women's Media Center Live with Robin Morgan
"Listen, my Friends, forget normal. We started to forget normal when Trump came to power, and more so after the Republican Party fell under his crushing wheels to try to keep him in power. Then normal began slipping away fast with the global pandemic. And now its formal bye bye, too normal, since we may be on the brink of a third World War. So let's just stop being astonished, you know? Forget normal. The best we can try for is resilience and fortitude. With the desperate hope that that trying in itself might lead to transcendence. And the saving of the planet. You know, it's not that I'm an optimist, but I'm certainly not a pessimist. A realist, a surrealist is more like it. Today my special guest for an extended conversation is Nina kruschev. Scholar, author, Russian specialist, and a granddaughter of Nikita Khrushchev, the former Soviet premier. She returns to the program to discuss the current tragedy, and I'm always grateful to her for coming back because she knows that on this program she can take whatever time she needs, and not be constrained by the usual CNN sound bites. Then later on in fighting words, I'm going to explore the gender slash sex aspect of this crisis. But before we get into any of that, we need to go inside the headlines. There are some other news stories.
"nikita khrushchev" Discussed on Why It Matters
"Throwing molotov cocktails. I think mister Putin had a little bit of that now. There was a sense that a fraternal brothers and Ukraine were going to welcome us. Well, guess what? They're trying to kill Russian soldiers. So assumptions are powerful and often distorting or dangerous things. And one of the best things I actually think, whether governments need to do and governments do it by what's called red teaming, they literally have people who look at a problem and tackle every assumption. It's a good thing though for people to do in your own life when you think about a situation to say, well, what if this were wrong? What if this really important assumption turned out to be wrong? How would that affect everything that flows from it? Yeah. How might I need to change what I am prepared to do and so forth. And that's the lesson I take from this, is that mindset and assumptions can really be dangerous because they can buy a shoe or worship blind you. I've heard some bad things about assuming. So that kind of keeps in the same vein. We're not gonna go there. Yeah. So, you know, this is Russia, after all, and sort of going back to questions that I think a lot of people are throwing out there, is this the beginning of World War three? Well, the Biden administration doesn't want its baby, nobody wants it to be. Let me put it that way. Because we avoided a World War during the Cold War and certain rules were unwritten rules were understood about avoiding direct conflict. That we could back proxies and allies, but not come into direct conflict. And nuclear weapons were there above, providing a kind of blanket over the whole thing. And when khrushchev, Nikita Khrushchev, the Soviet leader back down in 1962, at the time of the Cuban missile crisis, in some ways that really reinforced that bias against the use of nuclear weapons because any victory would be perk. Somebody once said.
Why Has Russia Set Their Sights on Kyiv? Konstantin Kisin Explains
"Let's start with trying to cast away illusions as to what's going on. I've heard from those who have connections to the region that it's not obvious. Not all ethnic Russians in Ukraine are pro Vlad and not all ethnic Ukrainians are ready to grab an AK and shoot Russians. It's more complicated than that. Will you explain why Ukraine? Why the mythos of rodina of the motherland of rouge people is so intimately tied with Kyiv. This isn't just stopping EU and NATO membership for zelensky. This is a deeply historically and the nation itself has deep propaganda value for the Kremlin does it not. Well, the history of Russia of the modern Russian state originally dates back to the 9th century when a bunch of Vikings came over and they started essentially a trading post or a colony in what now since then has become Kyiv. And that is where the entire history of that part of the world originates from. And since then there have been various historic shapes, shape shifting and changes and borders and all sorts of things. And Ukraine has always been a piece that has been disputed by a bunch of local empires, whether that was the Russian Empire, whether it was the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, where there was Poland, all of these nations had had an influence in that region. And Ukraine had always been fought over by the different sides. But of course, there are other things and one of the reasons I was able to predict that the invasion would happen that it wouldn't be limited to the two breakaway so called breakaway regions in the east was because Vladimir Putin told us exactly how he sees it and I encourage all of your viewers and listeners to go and find a good translation of the speech he gave on the eve of the invasion. Because in it, he lays out exactly his vision and his vision is very simple. He believes that at some point during the existence of the Soviet Union, weak leaders like Vladimir Lenin and Nikita Khrushchev and others made a series of weak decisions that split the Russian people that split off a piece of the Russian nation and glued it together as he says with portions of what used to be Poland and Hungary in the
"nikita khrushchev" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Day in history on AM Tampa Bay. This is today in history for September 7th in 18 64 in the Civil War Atlanta Is evacuated on orders of union General William to come, says Sherman. 18 76 in Northfield, Minnesota, Jesse James and the James younger gang attempt to rob the town's bank, but are driven off by armed as citizens. 19 Oh, seven. Cunard Line's RMS Lusitania set sail on her maiden voyage from Liverpool, England to New York City. It would later be sunk by a German new book. 19 Oh. Nine. Eugene La Fever crashes a new French built right by plane during a test flight in juvie Asi south of Paris, becoming the first aviator in the world. To lose his life in powered heavier than air craft. 1911 French poet Julian G. Um Pull in there is arrested and put in jail on suspicion of stealing the Mona Lisa from the Louvre Museum. 1921 in Atlantic City. The first Miss America pageant, a two day event is held. 1927, the first fully electronic television system. Is achieved by Philo Farnsworth. 1940 World War two. The German Luftwaffe a begins the blitz bombing London and other British cities for over 50 consecutive nights. 1945 in World War two Japanese forces on Wake Island, which they had held since December of 41 surrendered the U. S. Marines. 1953 Nikita Khrushchev is elected first secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. 1963. The pro Football Hall of Fame opens in Canton, Ohio, with 17 charter members grown just a little bit. Oh, yeah, that police is fantastic. 1977, the Tory host Carter treaties between Panama and the U. S on the status of Panama Canal are signed. The US agrees to transfer control of the canal to Panama at the end of the 20th century. And they did. 1979. The Chrysler Corporation asks the U. S. Government for $1.5 billion to avoid bankruptcy. And they did. 1988 Abdulwahab Mohammed, the first Afghan Afghan in space. Returns to Earth after nine days on the mirror Space station. I never was aware of that either A guy from Afghanistan In space. 1996 rapper and hip hop artist Tupac Shakur is fatally shot in a drive by shooting in Las Vegas. And he succumb to his injuries six days later. 2000 and eight The U. S government takes control of the two largest mortgage financing companies in the U. S. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. 18 18 Vincente Martinez de Boer is born. And of course, he made a great impact. In the Tampa Bay area, and he bore city named after him. And this was from yesterday weren't here. Then about September 6th. 18 87, the city of Tampa. Was divided into four wards, the town of Tampa, North Tampa. West Tampa and Ybor City. That's our today in history for September 7th. Some people come to town. They call it White Board City. Why boards? City said Nope. That's not it. That's like the Giro's The Greek sandwiches. The euros a year does, but People see it and let me have one of those Giro's. It's in the same family as lutes and lots. Oh, yeah, That's the other thing When people first move here, and I was guilty of that. Because I had to drive.
What Happened To Berlin After the Second World War?
"The end of world war two signaled and unsure future for the defeated germany. Between the alta and potsdam peace conferences it was decided to split germany into four allied zones the eastern part of the country going to the soviet union to control and the western parts going to the united states britain and eventually france west germany was technically the boondocks republik deutschland or federal republic of germany and east germany was the jewish democratic republic german democratic republic or gd are despite berlin sitting entirely in the eastern part of the country. And i constantly have to remind myself. That berlin was nowhere near the east west divide. The city was also divided into similar zones. The mere existence of west berlin a conspicuously capital city deep within the communist east germany quote stuck like a bone in the soviet throat according to soviet leader nikita khrushchev so tenuous where the relations between the east and west that russia began plotting to drive the us britain and france out of berlin for good in nineteen forty eight. A soviet blockade of west berlin was set up blocking off all rail and road access in an effort to starve the western allies out of the city. In one of the most dramatic standoffs in the history of the cold war the berlin blockade saw the us and its allies supplying their sectors of the city from the air known as the berlin airlift. The allied nations flew in more than two point. Three million tons of food fuel and other supplies over the course of a year until the soviets finally gave up an the blockade things. Were relatively calm for a while. But in the late nineteen fifties. The soviets noticed a trend. Developing people saw how life on the capitalist side was recovering faster than life on the communist side. Not to mention there were a lot fewer spies keeping tabs on regular folks on the western side and people began to emigrate. This was especially true of doctors. Scientists and skilled professionals resulting in a serious brain drain in the east got worse year. Over year khrushchev ordered the east german government to stop the flow of emigrants for good on the night of the twelfth nineteen sixty one in one night barbed wire barriers blockade and even some sections of brick and mortar wall were constructed. It was later reinforced multiple times to become an impenetrable twelve footer. Three point seven meter high concrete wall. Roughly one hundred miles or one hundred and sixty one kilometer. Long complete with no-man's-land. Landmines guard dogs guard towers and checkpoints the relatively fluid border which had until that point allowed some sixty thousand east germans to commute daily to good paying jobs in the west visit. Family and friends attend soccer games and so on was gone with no warning. Whatever side of the border you went to sleep on on august twelve. That was where you stayed for the next twenty eight years. This opposing structure didn't stop people from trying to make a great escape to the west. Roughly one hundred and seventy one people. Some of them defecting soviet soldiers lost their lives trying to cross the border but over five thousand more succeeded and some of them got really creative with it but the first person to cross that foreboding line just hopped over it when the wall was three days old much of it was not actually a wall at all but sections of barb wire fence though with soldiers and police to enforce it one of those was eighteen year old. Conrad shuman stationed at the corner of bernauer. Stresa and opener stresa. He might have been young but he could tell which way the wind was blowing. He wanted out of the gdr like now he pays his feet nervously while chain smoking and occasionally pushing down the barbed wire coil. It was only two feet high. While the other guards were distracted by a gathering crowd shuman swapped out his loaded. Submachine gun for an unloaded and therefore lighter one at four. Pm shoe inflict away. His cigarette took a running start and deathly leapt over the barrier dropping. His gun and just leaving it. As he was whisked into a waiting west german police car a west german journalist captured the leap to freedom in what would become one of the most famous images of the wall until nineteen eighty nine. The west loves shuman but many of the people he left behind considered him to be a lowly traitor even after he was reunited with his family after the fall of the wall a generation later many people still shunned him as a deserter. Shuman was the first soldier from the national people's army to escape. But it's estimated that twenty seven hundred east. German soldiers and policemen followed his example. If someone had turned your home into a prison then you should treat it like a prison and start digging a tunnel in nineteen sixty four thirty students from west berlin spent several months digging a four hundred and seventy six foot or one hundred and forty five meter long tunnel tell people in the east escape one assumes they had to crawl to freedom because the tunnel was only about three feet high less than forty eight hours after it was finished the stasi the german border patrol discovered it but not before fifty seven men women and children had managed to escape. Which i assume is why. It's referred to as tunnel fifty seven
Trump compared to Castro in new attack ads
"And in this ad, they are saying that President Trump is like the dictator Fidel Castro. Now the other ad they're saying, always going to stay for a third term. This is terrorism by these these wankers on And this ad is completely crazy. It is mostly black and white newsreel footage from 1959, the Castro communist Cuban revolution against the Batista regime. And then they lined up landowners against walls and Che Guevara, one of their heroes oversaw the mass murder of Cubans of successful people. And it's been a loser prison ship ever since Barack Obama gave them everything they wanted posed for pictures in front of giant Che Guevara. Murals on the sides of buildings on got nothing for political prisoners or the women in white or Anything anything at all. Let me play this for black and white. And they have one have a Spanish language version because they're trying to terrorise Spanish speaking voters in Florida and particular Cuban American voters in Florida. By saying Trump is the real Castro here Now these guys were the Socialists. We know this. This is the kind of this is what Communists do in terms of propaganda. This kind of propaganda you don't see in the United States of America. Except now you do because they hate trump so much. They're so crazy. Michael, Let's Let's play this. There's one minute. There's one minute add black and white old newsreel footage of of Cubans Taliban holding up pictures of Fidel Castro. And then they've got film footage here of Castro's people check, whereas people standing men up against walls and shooting him through the head and the brains splash against the wall behind him, and then another guy's So let's listen to this ad. If you oceans authoritarians all start the same way. Most Feli strutting like Fidel Castro, with Nikita Khrushchev prancing before during crowds, promises of prosperity and justice Castro speaking then the persecution, faith in descent. They just shot a man through the head. No Yankees. There's secret police pictures and audiotapes were knocking on the door. Now they're the secret police homes and dreams of generations. Castro another executions, they just shot. Another man always start seen Fidel and Raul Mohr and more people are saying Trump shaking hands with Putin. Trump is just English for dust through Lincoln Project is responsible for the content of this advertising. Trump is just English for Castro through, you have to throw
"nikita khrushchev" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"The United States had deployed Jupiter missiles to Turkey, seemingly shifting the balance of strategic power to American advantage. Nikita Khrushchev, the Soviet leader wanted to redress that balance and project Soviet power closer to American shores. On January 1st 1959, but taste of the dictator was overthrown. Fidel Castro's arrival in Havana was triumphant. When Castro went soon to the United States. He was greeted enthusiastic me as a Cuban nationalist hero. At a press conference in Washington, Castro denied a rumor that he was a communist. I know. Well, so far, we are coming. I have very clear. That we are not coming. Very clear. But for a man who denied he was a communist Castro back in Havana acted strangely, he began attacks on the press, which led finally to confiscation and complete government control. As the free press disappeared. The communist paper Hoi was forced upon the people. Communist propaganda flooded the country. Cuba was the perfect choice for Khrushchev. And John Kennedy and issuing an ultimatum in September, saying that the United States could not tolerate such missiles in Cuba. JFK was under attack for appearing weak on foreign policy. Was now in a bind. Kennedy had been assured.
"nikita khrushchev" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"It is insane Nikita Khrushchev it was September twenty ninth nineteen fifty nine when he delivered his prediction for America at the United Nations and he banged his shoe on the podium can it wait until you hear what he said oh my god you're listening to advice line we're gonna take a little break come back I don't know about you guys but Mike said it we've got to stand up I I was proud of your brother that's why I said you gotta be on the show today when you put an exclamation point exclamation point got you wanted exclamation point did you review we have to revolve the kids there's this old man the the the barber I mean it doesn't matter whether you're an older a young person we've got to stand up for what we believe in our constitutional rights we'll be right back the device like it is very slow call eight hundred six six eighty eight eighty three eight hundred six six three as unemployment numbers continue to climb the American medical association is working to increase awareness of healthcare coverage options for the recently uninsured AMA president Dr Patrice A. Harris has advice for those seeking coverage because of the current pandemic millions of people have unexpectedly lost their health insurance but there are options the first thing we encourage is to check with their employer they may be able to extend insurance.
"nikita khrushchev" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"A lot of people say Hey what are your thoughts on these two doctors out of California and their YouTube video that has been pulled down or censored well I have thoughts but even more important than fox I have facts and nothing beats fox when you've got facts to back up those thoughts so although we'll get to that here in just a second eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine I don't watch Tucker Carlson I don't watch any of the fox night time programming or for that matter I it's very very rare that I watch any of the night time cable news fair whether it's CNN fox news MSNBC I just I just don't want to do the act after you know all piling in doing my own show for three hours and then twice or three times that in preparation every day on top of the air time I I don't wanna watch that night I I'm we're watching money heist on Netflix or work I'm doing something in the entertainment realm yeah we've got I think there's six more episodes and then we're done with the for quality seasons of money heist the Spanish thank you away because of the list James my engineer to said gotta watch Waco and Waco is in my what he called my to do list or whatever they call that you know we have we had the plus side side I got a ton of things saved on my Netflix will I've got Netflix we've got I don't know who free from something I get Amazon prime because were were prime member I get I get H. B. also get HBO go I Williams is so much stuff I read you get a large at all even with the fact that a Hollywood and TV production is J. shut down I don't think I'm gonna run out of stuff to watch for the new laws you move the movies that either you've missed and I've delivered some of the really good movies that we've seen I've talked all we saw another one that was great and what was about Joseph Stalin hold on a flick secondly it was on Netflix and this thing was great before I get back to bite in that will will morph into a lot of other things I got to take with this is gonna drive me nuts and I just want to get the exact movie title net flex Stalin movie and I mean many of you probably have seen it and it was just great to have a deficit Dalem that's what I tried the right a name if you have Netflix the death of Stalin it is a black comedy on the death of the Russian dictator of Joseph Stalin and it is great I I can I can and the STB Sally is in this thing abuse should be Chevy however you say his name he was fantastic he plays Nikita Khrushchev before he slammed his shoe at the United Nations so I highly recommend on Netflix the death of Stalin eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine number here AJ did you wanna get through easy is eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine don't forget to follow me on Twitter at Todd Schmidt in fact you would have had a preview about a shoplifting that I witnessed or the tail end of the shoplifting and what did I Todd Schmidt do about it well I tried to spring into action now amid coronavirus hold on I'll I'll give you the details on that in just a second but I I I put a little preview on my Twitter feed earlier today on at Todd Schmitz of your on Twitter give me a follow at T. 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T. so Twitter I'm just at Todd Schmidt ad on Instagram I am at certified Todd Schmidt a couple of things you just wrapping up the Biden the situation is there are reports so I mention this I think last hour actually that there are reports that the bite an accuser that terror Reid is in talks right now to appear with Chris Wallace in a fox news interview that's what's floating around Tara Reid told The New York Times that she has only had offers to appear on fox news and none from other networks or cable news channels like CNN or MSNBC I wonder if that Chris Hayes is going to invite around they're not offering to put me on TV they're just doing stories that's what Reid told The New York Times in an article out today she said no **** nope nothing like that and read told The New York Times writer columnist Ben Smith that she wants to tell her story to a television anchor whom she likes a television anchor that she admires and she said she'd like to tell our story to Gayle king from C. beers and the morning show in Oprah Winfrey's friend but she says that Gayle king has not yet called will still looks a little bit early in this process but don't hurry up Gayle king this is your prompt you want to smoke out ratings do you want to beat the today show and Good Morning America and of course CBS has struggled with all of their news products you know the CBS evening news has always been third place doesn't matter who the anchor is its third place and now the latest experiment is Nora o'donnell that a Washington but they've always been beaten in the nightly news race with the NBC nightly news ahead and ABC world news tonight ahead and David Moore over ABC world news has been on a rip in a street in a tear for quite some time now as the undisputed however you wanted to be on the network news six thirty broadcast ABC world news tonight a day bed you all are.
"nikita khrushchev" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"On the patriot I might Hey hi John how are you I'm well thank you Hey listen I got about three things pretty quick here for people that aren't historians all under Eisenhower Nikita Khrushchev took over Russia after Stalin and he made one statement then he says we will be able to take America without having to fire a shot we'll just keep feeding you socialism until one of these days you wake up and you realize you're a communist that's that's number one number Michelinie let me stop you for one second yeah didn't Eisenhower come into power when Molotov was the premier our well this is in the late fifties yeah it occurs to I know that yeah but I think now it wasn't Stalin the no no no I was indicated it was closed yeah I know but it wasn't clear that Khrushchev did not take over from Stalin okay well I don't I don't leave there was somebody else in between them I can wear they'll there was a big mess after Stalin died out Hey there was all kinds of politics going on in Russia yeah okay go yeah okay the other thing is you probably miss this they won up finance Joe Biden on Joe Biden what is it legal means to you he says all illegal is a sick bird number two number three are you your talk and I heard you talk about the bathrooms everything got all ya got completely messed up but not in the airport coming into the morning there right and I I figured I understood exactly what happened it was in that one the Democrat showed up it was them and they are full of S. H. I. T. okay kit all let you go thank you very much for your call to a degree eight hundred ninety three ninety three eighty five that's eight hundred nine two three W. D. TKA this is a.
"nikita khrushchev" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Future than what Bernie Sanders with a shake best in an accurate with his Nikita Khrushchev impression I may be nicer and softer but this may be essentially where their party is going and I think that's why you haven't seen them go all out to put a roadblock and try and stop him because I think they're afraid they might get run over by the exact same look and then what happens to all those Democrats are there is there a big number that won't go with democratic socialism I think there is a number how big is that number is I think comes down to what the economy is doing next year and if anybody at the White House I've got some friends there to like you to meet the white house's listing I'm just telling on the cultural issues that trump space care the most about and that he is the best that's where he that's his wheel house or those kinds of issues black and brown voters are far and friendlier to trump's messaging on notice on those issues then the white ex urbanites and suburbanite that you know people like me live next year they're the ones they're the ones flooding his own for people to get right now they're the ones that go to the first church of virtue signalling so I would absolutely encourage the white house's reelect team to keep going down the road it's going with black and brown voters but I would actually message them more on these cultural issues and to show that that that that the Democratic Party is outside the mainstream of work all of you people go to church all over America you've got more culturally in common with them and then you probably do the average person that caucus permit Romney here in Iowa and I think that I think that add to the first ad for Donald Trump with judicial reform I thought that was the most effective ads I've ever seen from the Republican Party to reach out to a new group of of possible constituents yeah I agree with you on that from a messaging standpoint you know I've got a private little tax change that so that's that that's that we keep it thank you know anonymous with some good friends of mine that are in politics I'm in office some work for candidates and there's a lot of conservatives that are very I would state material where that first step legislation is concerned but what but I but one of things I said in our text chat about this last night we are not the intended audience for that at the intended audience for that add apps absolutely they don't watch MSNBC and CNN but they're all watching the Superbowl yep they got that yeah absolutely yep very good a Steve thank you so much will probably talk to tomorrow if you have time to get the run down of what actually did happen at the caucus are you are you attending and watching I'm not I think if if I walk in Glen so it's labor plays gonna call nine one one okay so I watch from afar okay all right thanks a lot Steve appreciated St day stay there he will be on in about thirty nine minutes on this network you can listen to Amman blaze TV dot com slash land make sure you get your subscription all right when you're the police one things you have to learn to have his good intuition about whether it's a burglary or not one every time a burglar alarm goes off and there's a lot of on that just go off of most times it's just a false alarm you know those motion sensor went off for god knows what reason and as a result the police respond but they respond slowly because it's usually just something that's a false alarm we simply save they've solved with this they use real video evidence to give police an eyewitness account of what actually is going on that means a police.
"nikita khrushchev" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Of those things you can use to break the glass from the inside if you ever go off a cliff into the ocean or a lake somebody of water they and make sure you get the kind that will let you cut the seat belt right well I guess that extra attachment little razor almost right behind the the hammer but why are we talking about being prepared why are we talking about Cold War stuff Hey your goal right I am still me who is that handsome devil just outside the booth on the ones and twos a good boy out there avoid Casey Pegram yes super producer Casey Pegram remember that song by Dada called I'm going to Disneyland yeah actually yeah he is like this is the part where it says it's to rat on a monkey's back headed west into the black I'm going to Disneyland today is not going to Disneyland Nikita Khrushchev yep we were going to use it out a little bit with the history of Disneyland but let's let's just get right to the heart of the matter Disneyland is an iconic American thing right it's one of the world's most famous amusement parks and people from across the planet associate it with the American dream the iconic image of what Americans do for fun right if you've probably met some people from abroad who just assume you've been to Disneyland what do you do it Disneyland van well let's see you can watch the fireworks for free that you've seen that I've been to Anaheim and they did not go to Disneyland but those fireworks probably get real dole to the people that live there that is like look now you will call I you guys all into because I was in the same car driving his back you're right Ben my am I have a short memory when it comes to beach related things so with with this in mind we also have to look at the context of the Cold War when we talk about the Cold War we must mention explore the life and times of the Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev or is he called one of those press releases of the time years ago his newsreel wellness is here it.
"nikita khrushchev" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Of those things you can use to break the glass from the inside if you ever go off a cliff into the ocean or a lake somebody of water they and make sure you get the kind that will let you cut the seat belt right well I guess that extra attachment will razor almost right behind the the hammer but why are we talking about being prepared why are we talking about Cold War stuff Hey your goal right I am still me who is that handsome devil just outside the booth on the ones and twos a good boy out there avoid Casey Pegram yes super producer Casey program remember that song by dot on called I'm going to Disneyland yeah actually yeah is like this is the part where it says it's to rat on a monkey's back headed west into the black I'm going to Disneyland today is not going to Disneyland Nikita Khrushchev yep we were going to you he's it out a little bit with the history of Disneyland but let's let's just get right to the heart of the matter Disneyland is an iconic American thing right it's one of the world's most famous amusement parks and people from across the planet associate it with the American dream the iconic image of what Americans do for fun right if you've probably met some people from abroad who just assume you've been to Disneyland what are you doing Disneyland man well let's see you can watch the fireworks for free that you've seen that I've been to Anaheim and did not go to Disneyland but those fireworks probably get real dole to the people that live there and it is late I'll look now you will call I you guys all into because I was in the same car driving his back you're right ban my am I have a short memory when it comes to beach related things so with with this in mind we also have to look at the context of the Cold War when we talk about the Cold War we must mention and explore the life and times of the Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev or is he called one of those press releases of the time it is a gives newsreel wellness is here it.
"nikita khrushchev" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"I highly recommend putting one in your go bag and also one of those things you can use to break the glass from the inside ever go off a cliff into the ocean or a lake somebody of water they and make sure you get the kind that will let you cut the seat belt right well as I guess that extra attachment little razor almost right behind the the hammer but why are we talking about being prepared why are we talking about Cold War stuff Hey your goal right I am still me who is that handsome devil just outside the booth on the ones and twos with a good boy out there avoid Casey Pegram yes super producer Casey program remember that song by Dada called I'm going to Disneyland yeah actually yeah Nancy is like this is the part where it says it's to rat on a monkey's back headed west into the black I'm going to Disneyland today there's not going to Disneyland Nikita Khrushchev yep we were going to you he's around a little bit with the history of Disneyland but let's let's just get right to the heart of the matter Disneyland is an iconic American thing right it's one of the world's most famous amusement parks and people from across the planet associate it with the American dream the iconic image of what Americans do for fun right if you've probably met some people from abroad who just assume you've been to Disneyland what do you do it Disneyland man well let's see you can watch the fireworks for free that you've seen that I'm in Anaheim and did not go to Disneyland but those fireworks probably get real dole to the people that live there there's like a look now you will call I you guys all into because I was in the same car driving his back you're right ban my am I have a short memory when it comes to beach related things so with with this in mind we also have to look at the context of the Cold War when we talk about the Cold War we must mention explore the life and times of the Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev or is he called one of those press releases of the time it is a gives newsreel well let's hear it.
"nikita khrushchev" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Of those things you can use to break the glass from the inside if you ever go off a cliff into the ocean or a lake somebody of water they and make sure you get the kind that will let you cut the seat belt right well as I guess an extra attachment little razor almost right behind the the hammer but why are we talking about being prepared why are we talking about Cold War stuff Hey your goal right I am still me who is that handsome devil just outside the booth on the ones and twos a good boy out there avoid Casey Pegram yes super producer Casey Pegram remember that song by Dada called I'm going to Disneyland yeah actually yeah he is like this is the part where it says it's to rat on a monkey is back headed west into the black I'm going to Disneyland today is not going to Disneyland Nikita Khrushchev yep we were going to you tease it out a little bit with the history of Disneyland but let's let's just get right to the heart of the matter Disneyland is an iconic American thing right it's one of the world's most famous amusement parks and people from across the planet associate it with the American dream the iconic image of what Americans do for fun right if you've probably met some people from abroad who just assume you've been to Disneyland what do you do it Disneyland man well let's see you can watch the fireworks for free that you've seen that I'm in Anaheim and they did not go to Disneyland but those fireworks probably get real dole to the people that live there and there's like a look now you will call I you guys all into because I was in the same car driving his back you're right Ben my am I have a short memory when it comes to beach related things so with with this in mind we also have to look at the context of the Cold War when we talk about the Cold War we must mention and explore the life and times of the Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev or is he called one of those press releases of the time yeah there's a gives newsreel wellness is here it.
"nikita khrushchev" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"You can use to break the glass from the inside case you ever go off a cliff into the ocean or a lake somebody at water the and make sure you get the kind that will let you cut the seatbelt right extra attachment low razor almost right behind the the hammer but why are we talking about being prepared why are we talking about cold war stuff hey you're no right still me who who is that handsome devil just outside the booth on the ones in twos that good boy out there are boy casey peg room yes super producer casey petra remember that song by dada called i'm going to disneyland yeah actually yeah that's like this is a part where it says histor- add on a monkey's back headed west into the black i'm going to disneyland Today. He's not going to Disneyland. nikita khrushchev yep we were going to tease it out a little bit with the history of disneyland but let's let's just get right to the heart of the matter disneyland is an iconic american theme right it's one of the world's most famous amusement parks and people from across the planet associated with the american dream the icon ick image of what americans do for fun right you've probably met some people from abroad who just assume you've been to disneyland disneyland ben well let's see you can watch the fireworks for free that you that i've been to anaheim did not go to disneyland but those fireworks probably get real dull to the people that live there oh look now you'll recall is too because i was in the same car driving us back for beat you're right ben my i have a short memory when it comes to beach related things so with with this in mind we also have to look at the context of the cold war when we talk about the cold war we must mention an explore the life and times of the soviet leader nikita khrushchev or is he's called him one of those press releases of the time newsreel well just hear it saudi at premier khrushchev meets the masters of movie studio luncheon on the twentieth century fox lot in hollywood a meeting at which mr k gives himself quite a build up Yes. this guy's like smarter than us and all the rest of the people that have ever heard pronounce his name but he says it a little funny yeah no wonder to job yeah i wonder too if this is a matter of the the vestiges of transatlantic accent those used commonly back in the day or broadcast radio maybe it secretly like a dig mispronouncing his name on purpose and it is the far east attempted propagandistic demeaning because here's the thing this clip that we just heard obviously was from khrushchev's tour of the united states in nineteen fifty nine and dino he does the kind.
"nikita khrushchev" Discussed on HistoryDojo
"Way you can receive updates periodically whenever new content is available the crash of Gary Powers and his U Two spy plane in May of nineteen sixty is a pivotal event in the Cold War leading up to the crash. The United States was positioning itself to normalize relations with the Soviet Union. The crash ended any hopes of ending the Cold War do mean Europe and the world to thirty additional years of nuclear brinksmanship and fearmongering the first part of our examination of this event. We looked closely at the response of the Eisenhower Administration seen how the men at the highest levels of government feared the reaction to their obvious illegal and provocative overflights they knew that if what they were doing was suddenly revealed to the world that there would be hell to pay <music> Eisenhower the Brothers Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and C._I._A.. Chee Fallon Doha's as well as chief of Staff A._J.. Good pasture all agreed to deny deny any involvement in the flight. If one should crash would be captured when Francis Gary powers did crash in federal loss Russia on May first nineteen sixty. United States initially denied any knowledge claiming the plane must have been a weather research plane without any connection to the United States when Francis Gary Powers was discovered alive and was identifying himself using a C._I._A.. Identification Card the denials ended to the admissions began blame the victim despite amount of international the National Law and Treaty Obligation Eisenhower refused to apologize and accept responsibility for any wrongdoing at the nineteen sixty Paris peace conference between Eisenhower Nikita Khrushchev the Premier Mirror of the Soviet Union Eisenhower blamed the violation of Soviet airspace on the secrecy of the Soviet government. He literally blamed the victim. Nikita Khrushchev was understandably upset. He walked out of the Paris Peace Conference with Eisenhower ending the best chance up until that time for peace between the nuclear powers Eisenhower's warning prior to the crash had proven apocryphal it was as if Eisenhower had foreseen what would happen and had warned us knowing that this was a result he said if one of these planes goes down the world will be in a mess this admission by Eisenhower power shows his concern with the illegality of which these flights represented this statement. If one of these planes goes down the world will be a mess shows how Eisenhower.
"nikita khrushchev" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"That show. Well, it's always a nighttime show, but she'll be a regular guest. I think your your cell observing. It's such a pleasure to talk with you. And you know, interestingly, my father was also the the attache Chris Jeff during his first visit to the US. Really? He went way back didn't he? Oh, he did. He did he actually joined the military when he was sixteen and. Joined on falsified birth certificate. He had be part of the action. Now, you said he died at fifty three. But what year did he pass away done nineteen Eighty-four eighty four? So so he was there during the Kennedy administration on everything he was during the bay of pigs. He was there when the CIA was absorbing the CIC, and I hit a great issue with some of the techniques that the CIA was using round rooming and things like that. He he didn't feel that. It was the gentlemanly way to interrogate people because it really could destroy the psyche. While the bay of pigs was great diplomacy by both John F Kennedy and Nikita Khrushchev they both showed restraint, and I believe that Kennedy went to cruise and says, you gotta help me out here. My generals want me to bomb the heck out of you, folks. And and they worked it out and got it done. But those were fascinating time. Did he ever talk about the Kennedy assassination? He did. Did he tell you anything? He told me it wasn't what it appeared to be while he was right about that. You know, there were some things that he was really reluctant to talk about. I remember I was probably nineteen years old. And we were starting to write the books, and he had a friend of his who was also trying to publish and I remember we were living at the time. And and my father got a phone call from his friend who was in San Antonio. And he looked really worried about the friend. And he said, you know, I've gotta leave. And by the time, he got to San Antonio, his friend who had tried to publish things that that shouldn't have been published at that point. He'd been stripped naked, and he'd had electrical wire wrapped around his testicles and been electrocuted to death cheese. And this was the way to scare people into not publishing, and so many people, of course, also just disappeared. So my father told me about Russell targ way back when and he before he died and we wanted to originally right about project Stargate, but it was still classified at the time. And so I thought it was quite amazing. You know, the universe works in incredible ways. When as an adult, many, many many years later, I actually became friends with Russell targ executive even commented about this book. Yes, he did. He loved the book. He did a nice interview with me about the book. He couldn't put it down. He started from the beginning. And just read it straight through a good guy. Somebody read it for him because he's somewhat blind. He said, but he can read he has big big thick glasses used to ride a motorcycle without any vision until his wife told him to stop. Yeah. He's an incredible. So he's he's just a. Such an explorer in such a pioneer are really really do value him. His big takeaway is that we're so much more than this. What do you call it the sack of potatoes? You know, we're so much more than physical bodies. And when we start to unlock our potential. Oh my goodness. Things seems capable of wormhole going into the future seen in the past changing, our DNA, we are capable so much more than we could ever imagine. What would your father said about nine eleven two thousand one?.