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The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"oswald" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"Point do you go about getting that? How does that happen? The four former presidents were gifted by an anonymous donor and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. I got this hair. We all know what's your name again? Oswald. Here you go. At some point, the president will walk in, I'll listen to we got this issue with this appear to be a giant missile that the Russians are parking in Cuba. And by the way, before we get to that, can we cut a lock of your hair off before some lunatic in the lobby? Or by the way. Mister Oswald, I saw you get shot on live TV. Yeah, it looked real, didn't it? Yeah, was it good? Yeah. Rick baker did the war squib and everything. Duchess, I'm just curious as to how they happen to have it, that's all. It is weird. Maybe it's the same guy. Why waste the money to send this stuff into space? What do they do? Why? Yeah. What's the purpose? Well, that's this organization, I believe you can pay to have to be part of the payload. No, why don't you why don't you talk about the space program like you do about our legislators? Apparently, the space program has done their out of their out of experiments. This is a private. This is a private company that's doing this. Called Celeste. How are they making money? They charge you for they specialize in space burials. The presidential hair. This is a problem. And they also are sending two satellites, a lunar private lunar lander to the moon. I thought you were going to say lunatic. So they do more than just burials. So they make the only way I do it is if they were shooting my whole body into space. Are you alive? Yeah. No, no, dad. After I die, I want my body to be sent into space. I just want to be space junk. So every now and again, somebody on the space station looks out and goes, oh God. Might I? Are the sci-fi movies right? Like you freeze immediately and probably. Yeah. So is there a chance that a meteorite hits you and just your right arm just goes and then you're just because it's cold? It's like, I think it's like 25 degrees Fahrenheit. Oh man. It's really cool. Okay. All right, well, I thought it was kind of a fun story. Presidential hair collectors? Nope.
"oswald" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles
"And of course I knew immediately what was going to happen when I saw that. None of the police officers failed in that area or on the newspaper people saw that pistol in his hand. Of course I gave them a bad time later on all of them. I said, if you don't have been looking at sharp enough, you'd look and saw him with that pistol, you could rational them down there and you could be in heroes. But as it is, you left it for me to be confronted. As I walked in and he made two quick steps for which brought him into arms linked to me. And I reached over past Oswald caught in the left shoulder and was pushing back, but he had switched the pistol over to his right hand and shot and of course jerked off or back trying to pull him behind me, so I had to when I jerked back on him, I turned his body instead of the bullet hitting him dead center, it hit him about four inches to the left of the navel on the left side. And it went through the stomach, hit cut to being a caver and a back, and looked through the left or the right side, hit the liver, took a chunk out of that, and then cut the one of the main arteries over on the right side, and hit the end of the 7th rib and shattered it and glanced off and landed about three or four inches to the right, almost even with where it went in on the right side. And in fact, it hadn't been for that kitchen at bullet. If it had missed, it had to come on, hit me in the side over here. But it hit the rib and bounced off. And when I examined him later on, I could roll that bullet around underneath the skin just like that with my thumb and finger.
The Charlie Kirk Show
"oswald" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"So Jack, let me ask you, you know, excuse the kind of cruel pun, but gun to your head, what happened in Dallas, Texas. I try to avoid the gun to my head. And in the book, I tried 'cause, yeah, I'm a journalist. Documentarian, and I'm like, oh, what do I say at the end of this? And I learned a lot. But what I tell people is, when they ask me, who killed Kennedy? The first thing I say is the Cold War, and it's cold warriors. Killed candidate. And what I mean by that is it was the times in which Kennedy governed that got him killed. That's my first answer. And my second answer, I know who didn't kill Kennedy. I'm feel very confident about who didn't kill Kennedy. And that's Lee Harvey Oswald. So let me ask you, do you think do you think Lee Harvey Oswald was in the Texas school book depository at the time? Or do you think he was somewhere else? I think he was there. He was told, you know, that's where his job was and he was doing certain things. And it isn't intelligence capacity. And he may or may not have been in front of the building. There's controversy about a photo there that shows really looks like Oswald there. But again, not definitive, whatever. It is very interesting. But I think he was in there because that was part of the setup. And I also think that he went to the Texas theater because his CIA handler told him to meet him there. And that's why he goes there. And within minutes, there's, again, a hundred Dallas police officers there arresting him. There's so much to that that just doesn't make any sense. And so yeah, I think Oswald was oswalt actually, I'll go ahead and say this. And if you read the book, you'll see why, because of what a lot of people say. He actually thought that he could prevent the assassination. And I think he was told by his handler and by, you know, whoever his bosses were, that he was there to infiltrate Cuban exiles, the Cuban exile community, and get to know these people. I mean, he knew Jack Ruby. He knew Jack Ruby from New Orleans. And that's another story. And Oliver Stone goes into great detail about that in the film. Yeah, it's incredible what was going on in New Orleans in the summer of 63. I'll tell you that. But anyway, so Oswald was doing what he was told. And then he actually, you know, there's evidence to suggest that he thwarted an assassination attempt in Chicago and that he had got in touch with an FBI agent up there and was like, and it was a guy. And the FBI said an asset named Lee called Lee told us that there was going to be there were Cuban exiles up there. There might have been an assassination attempt. And then we all know that he did bring a note to the FBI offices in Dallas and FBI agent hosty. He brought him a note that said there's going to be an assassination attempt coming up..
The Charlie Kirk Show
'Killing Kennedy' Author Jack Roth Discusses Lee Harvey Oswald
"Let me ask you, you know, excuse the kind of cruel pun, but gun to your head, what happened in Dallas, Texas. I try to avoid the gun to my head. And in the book, I tried 'cause, yeah, I'm a journalist. Documentarian, and I'm like, oh, what do I say at the end of this? And I learned a lot. But what I tell people is, when they ask me, who killed Kennedy? The first thing I say is the Cold War, and it's cold warriors. Killed candidate. And what I mean by that is it was the times in which Kennedy governed that got him killed. That's my first answer. And my second answer, I know who didn't kill Kennedy. I'm feel very confident about who didn't kill Kennedy. And that's Lee Harvey Oswald. So let me ask you, do you think do you think Lee Harvey Oswald was in the Texas school book depository at the time? Or do you think he was somewhere else? I think he was there. He was told, you know, that's where his job was and he was doing certain things. And it isn't intelligence capacity. And he may or may not have been in front of the building. There's controversy about a photo there that shows really looks like Oswald there. But again, not definitive, whatever. It is very interesting. But I think he was in there because that was part of the setup. And I also think that he went to the Texas theater because his CIA handler told him to meet him there. And that's why he goes there. And within minutes, there's, again, a hundred Dallas police officers there arresting him. There's so much to that that just doesn't make any sense. And so yeah, I think Oswald was oswalt actually, I'll go ahead and say this. And if you read the book, you'll see why, because of what a lot of people say. He actually thought that he could prevent the assassination. And I think he was told by his handler and by, you know, whoever his bosses were, that he was there to infiltrate Cuban exiles, the Cuban exile community,
The Charlie Kirk Show
Jack Roth, Author of 'Killing Kennedy', Joins Charlie to Dig Deep
"With us is Jack Roth, who is the author of killing Kennedy exposing the plot to cover up and the consequences and Jack Roth joins us now. Jack, welcome to the program. Thank you. Thanks for having me on Charlie. I appreciate it. From a young age, I was convinced that there was more to the story when it came to the assassination of Kennedy. It's very obvious to me for a variety of reasons. But tell us about your book and make the kind of layman argument for someone that is not really in the weeds of the zapruder film and Kevin Costner's rendition of it and actually walking in downtown Dallas and seeing the Texas school book school book depository in the grassy Knoll. What is the kind of short version of why you think there was more to the story when it came to the JFK assassination? Yeah, well, I think you have to start with the idea of being a critical thinker when you think about these types of things. And for me, I was like you. I was born in 65, you're younger than me. But I missed the assassination by two years. But I always felt since I was young kid that there was something not right. And that's just by using common sense. The idea that Jack Ruby would get into that police station and shoot Oswald take Oswald out. So now there's no trial, right? Oswald can't talk anymore. So there was so much to it. And over the years I read, I'd read more and I'd read more. But I felt that there was even as time goes by, right? We're reaching the 60th anniversary this year. And I felt that still mattered. And I felt like it was important to reach other people and document some interesting things and present that. The fact that there have been ripple effects that have changed this country since that day,
The Dan Bongino Show
Tucker Carlson: Linking Lee Harvey Oswald, Jack Ruby & the CIA
"Despite 60 years of name calling those questions have not disappeared In fact they have multiplied with time And here's one of them In April of 1964 a psychiatrist called Lewis Joel and west visited Jack Ruby in his isolation cell in a Dallas jail According to west's written assessment he found that Jack Ruby was quote technically insane and in need of immediate psychiatric hospitalization Those are conclusions that puzzlingly no one who had spoken to Jack Ruby previously had reached ruby had seen perfectly sane to the people who knew him Lewis Joel and west pronounced him crazy But what west did not say was that he was working for the CIA at the time Lewis joy and west was a contract psychiatrist for the spy agency He was also an expert on mind control in a prominent player in the now infamous MKUltra program in which the CIA gave powerful psychiatric drugs to Americans without their knowledge So if all the psychiatrists in the world what in the world was this guy doing in Jack Ruby's prison cell The media did not seem interested in finding out In fact The New York Times in an extensive 1999 obituary of west never mentioned the fact that he had worked for the CIA much less his time in Jack Ruby's cell Which seems relevant So you can see why non crazy people would wonder about what really happened And of course many have wondered You know I find one of the easiest ways to decimate faith in institutions the FBI and the CDC and otherwise Is to lie get caught lying and lie about getting caught lying And in lie about getting caught lying about the lie in the first place
The Dan Bongino Show
Tucker Carlson: What Was the CIA's Role Regarding the JFK Files?
"Here is Tucker's opening segment on the JFK files and asking a question What was the CIA's role in this Check this out So not long after Jack Ruby shot Lee Harvey Oswald on camera in the basement of Dallas police headquarters A lot of Americans started to have some questions about the Kennedy assassination It was you have to admit a pretty extraordinary sequence of events A lone gunman murders the president of the United States and then less than 48 hours later that lone gunman is himself murdered by another lone gunman What are the odds of that It's one thing if you get struck by lightning rare but possible But if every member of your family also gets struck by lightning all on different days you might begin to suspect these are not entirely natural events But oh replied the U.S. government they are this bizarre chain of killings was all entirely natural Less than a year after the JFK assassination that Johnson White House released something called the Warren commission report and the report concluded that while their motives remained unclear both Lee Oswald and Jack Ruby had acted alone No one helped them There was no conspiracy of any kind Case closed time to move on And many many Americans did move on At the time they had no idea how shoddy and corrupt the Warren commission was It would be nearly 50 years before the CIA admitted under duress that in fact it had withheld information from investigators about its relationship with Wii Harvey Oswald Okay okay that part's the most interesting part of that What was the CIA's relationship with Lee Harvey Oswald
The Charlie Kirk Show
Was There a Second Shooter in the JFK Assassination?
"Charlie, the government released more several batches of the JFK documents. So was there a second shooter or not? So we have a fair amount of younger listeners that might not be let's just say familiar with the entire Kennedy assassination story. Now full disclosure, I've spent a lot of time on this topic. In fact, when I was much younger in high school, I watched every documentary, I studied it in great detail, and so I know it pretty well. And the conclusion that I came away from with it is that there is a 0% chance that the government was not even aware or in some way involved with the assassination of JFK. And then they smear you and they call anyone who daresay that is a conspiracy theorist, but the evidence is so beyond overwhelming that there is something funny that happened with the Kennedy assassination. Now, whether or not there was a second shooter or not remains to be seen, I think it's very clear when you watch a zapruder film that you could see a projectile coming in straight to the right temple, enter of JFK. We'll actually can play that tape for you here. And so for those of you that are young and you don't really kind of know the story of the JFK assassination, let's just set the time and place. I believe the year was 1963 from that mistaken. Dallas, Texas, JFK lands, and was supposed to be with Lyndon baines Johnson, who of course was the vice president of the United States. And was a Texan. Linda baines Johnson was suspiciously missing from the parade that day. JFK piled into a convertible with his wife, Jackie Onassis, or Jackie Kennedy, and also the governor of Texas. It was November 22nd, 1963. JFK starts on the parade route, and we knew this now afterwards, the parade route was changed in a very strange and inexplicable way. And the parade route went all the way around a street by the name of Elm Street. Took a left on Elm Street and the motorcade started to slow down. As the conventional narrative goes, Lee Harvey Oswald, who had a very suspicious past involvement with the KGB potentially or allegedly, was up on the 6th floor of the Texas school book depository museum. As soon as John Fitzgerald Kennedy's motorcade took a turn, Lee Harvey Oswald allegedly took out a bolt action rifle with expert and military precision despite the fact that he was a very poor shot, one of the worst shots it is entire military class. And was able to strike John Fitzgerald Kennedy a moving target while going away from him with a little bit of a, let's just say a three to 4° slant for memory serves me correctly of the motorcade going downhill.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Mark Shaw: The Cover up That Let Carlos Marcello Get Away With Murder
"Was it wolf? Yeah, Morris. Morrison, why do you suppose he did nothing when he could have done something? Well, I think that you can see a stream of information about senator Cooper, who was one of JFK's closest friends. And that's where Morris Wolfe met Dorothy kill gallon at these parties at senator Cooper's home in Georgetown. And I've confirmed all of that. You can see a stream through there where he's having second thoughts, of course. He submitted, he writes a letter of resignation, which he doesn't send because they aren't inviting him to the hearings. They're not telling them when the hearings are. If you can imagine that. And then he starts to question things. And if you look at what Morris wolf said, he is continuing to have doubts about all of this. And then he decides, okay, I'm going to go along with it, Eric, because I'm going to get the dissent that senator Richard Russell and Georgia want that we both want in the final report. It's going to say we don't believe in the silver bullet theory. We don't believe in the Oswald alone theory, and we've been guaranteed by none other than chief justice Warren that that will be in the final report. The reason he's hiding in this photograph is because they never put that in there. And you imagine how history would have changed if that would have been in the report. Things would still have been open. Marcelo and his people got away with murder, basically, of the president of the United States because they covered all this up. And that's I think why Cooper kept quiet. You know, they had a coat of silence. LBJ and Hoover made them basically sign the fact. I don't know if it was an actual document. They would never talk about this. And if you look at the media coverage of the Warren commission, they never did. For all those years, they never did anything.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Mark Shaw: LBJ, J. Edgar Hoover Wanted to Cover up JFK Assassination
"Books released today. I'm very proud of it. I wasn't going to write it. But I'll tell you one of the first things I found audio tape conversations between LBJ, the new president, and J. Edgar Hoover, on two particular dates in 1963 and four. And these guys, you talk about dark and diabolical. These two men were planning. No question about it to deceive the American people in the world about what really happened to JFK. Here's just a few, you know, two or three of the conversation points. LBJ, yes. His secretary. J Edgar Hoover on extension two one 9 two. LBJ, are you familiar with this proposed group that they are trying to put together on this study of your report and Hoover's report is Oswald alone and other things too from the house two from the Senate, somebody from the court, a couple of outsiders. Hoover, no, I haven't heard that. I've seen the reports on the Senate investigation investigating committee they're talking about. Well, they'll be Jay says, we think if we don't have to, I want to get by by just filing your report. J. Edgar Hoover, I think it would be very, very bad to have a grace of investigation. Well, the only way LBJ says we can stop them is probably a point of high level one to evaluate report and put someone pretty good on it and we can select who it is. J. Edgar Hoover, yes, because we would get a bunch of television going, that would be bad. J. Edgar Hoover, it's a three ring ring circuit. It would be a three ring circus. So right away, see, there are controlling what's going to be happening. And then they go through all of these individuals as people can read. Who they think might be on the commission, and they cross this one out because, well, he might want some publicity. This is
The Eric Metaxas Show
Why Author Mark Shaw Sought the Truth in the JFK Assassination
"For folks who don't know anything about you, how did you get into this? Because anybody who's been alive in our lifetimes know that there's been tremendous controversy and confusion around certainly the death of president Kennedy, the death of Marilyn Monroe, and many people haven't even heard of Dorothy kill gallon. What brought you? What is your background that brought you to investigate these things as you have done over the years? Well, you ask about how I got into all of this and I have no idea in some ways very Quinn. President Kennedy was killed 60 years ago, you know, nearly 60 years ago or a little bit more. You know, I like everybody else. I cried my ears out. I was a Purdue university as a freshman. And yet over the years then, I bought all this material about J. Edgar Hoover saying Oswald alone. Oswald alone all of that and everything else. And then I had a real break with this because I knew Melvin Belli, who represented Jack Ruby, who shot Lee Harvey Oswald. I practiced law with him in San Francisco in the 80s. And when Belle I died, I started to look into his life and times and I found out that I could have a book there. So I wrote Melvin bell I king of the courtroom. And what I found out was the alarming, a couple things. First of all, he was very close with the mafia, one of his main clients was Mickey Cohen, the Los Angeles gangster. You're talking about but more than talking about Bella, are you talking about Marvin belli was close with the mafia? Melvin bell. Melvin Belli. Bella. Yeah. San Francisco attorney, but also he was known as a tort lawyer. He was a personal injury lawyer. How in the world I asked myself, I mean, you're a curious guy. How did he become Jack Ruby's attorney? So I started looking into that and what I found out was that actually he was a hired by those who wanted to silence Jack Ruby for his participation in the killing of Oswald and the JFK assassination. So
The Ben Shapiro Show
Al Qaeda's Emir Al-Zawahiri Killed in Kabul by US Drone
"An American drone strike has now killed. You may remember, I'm in also operating from such as at 9 11 and the bombing of the Tanzania and Kenya embassies. Well, he was a key plotter on September 11th. He took over for Osama bin Laden after Osama bin Laden's untimely demise at the hands of the United States Navy seals. President Biden announced on Monday night that zahra had been killed and he was very triumphal about it and understandable. I mean, the fact is that it's a very good thing for the United States when a high ranking terrorist in Al-Qaeda is indeed killed. He was killed by drone strike in the heart of downtown Kabul over the weekend. There's a 21 year manhunt for him. Apparently he was responsible more than anyone except for bin Laden for September 11th. Biden gave a 7 minute nationally televised address from The White House here is what it sounded like. The United States successfully concluded an air strike in Kabul, Afghanistan that killed the emir of Al-Qaeda. Iman elza weary. You know, is that where he was bin Laden's leader, he was with him all the whole time. He was his number two managed deputy at the time of terrorist attack 9 11. He was deeply involved in the planning of 9 11. One of the most responsible for the attacks and murdered 2977 people on American soil. Well, Joe Biden is very reliant on this particular story to shield him from criticism over Afghanistan. You'll notice that one of the things that he is focused very in on is the idea that no matter that the United States actually does not have assets on the ground in Afghanistan somehow will still be able to combat the terror threat in Afghanistan. According to The New York Times, American intelligence agencies track down ozu opry in Kabul earlier this year and spent months determining it really was him hiding out in a house in a crowded section of the Afghan capital by hiding out. We mean kind of living in the open, apparently. After receiving authorization from Biden a week ago, the CIA fired two hellfire missiles and killed Oswald free on a balcony of the house without killing anyone else, including members of his family or any nearby civilians according to American officials. A reminder, by the way, that the American military is unbelievably good at its job. That when the American military decides to take you out, they will take you out without killing anyone else while you stand on a balcony at 6 18 in the morning. I mean, that is pretty impressive stuff there from the American military.
This American President
"oswald" Discussed on This American President
"And at that point, understandably, there was immediate belief in a conspiracy that Oswald was silenced and that he was maybe he was, he knew about a conspiracy, maybe he was set up. But then there was this belief that Jack Ruby was part of conspiracy that silently Harvey Oswald, so we would never know the truth about the Kennedy assassination. And that has effectively turned the Kennedy assassination into an industry in which people have made so much money peddling theories about the Kennedy assassination, which so many of which don't stand up to scrutiny at all. I mean, there are books that are just blatant lies about the Kennedy assassination. There was a book I remember as a kid by a doctor named Charles Crenshaw, who was at the hospital where Kennedy was wheeled in after he had been shot. And so he wrote this book. I think it's called a conspiracy of silence. He later said that the people that wrote the book exaggerated his role in the whole thing, but it's just yet another book, you know, that was that the authors made money on it and blah, blah, blah, people will believe anything. They want to believe in a conspiracy. But the evidence, if you look at what happened with Jack Ruby, the evidence pretty much shows that it's pretty ridiculous to think he was involved in a conspiracy. As people who know the story, he was basically he was a nightclub owner in Dallas. And like many nightclub owners, he knew the police and he would go into the police station and basically he happened to be right in front of Oswald as they were trying to transfer him. It was on national TV. He stepped out, shot him. Now, this is a pretty violent guy he was known for beating up customers at least 25 previous occasions. Anyone who knew him said that he was too unstable to have been part of a conspiracy. A lot of people said the same thing about Oswald. But the reason we know that it's unlikely that he was ruby was involved in the conspiracy is because just moments before he shot Oswald, he was at a bank right next door. And at that bank, he waited patiently to wire money to an employee, and we have the date stamp on that in that transaction. 1117 a.m., and then literally 5 minutes later, he walked into the police station shot Oswald. Oswald was being held longer than he should have been because the interrogator wanted to get information out of him. But the timestamp was 1117 right before he happened to see Oswald. He waited patiently..
Key Battles of American History
"oswald" Discussed on Key Battles of American History
"And at that bank, he waited patiently to wire money to an employee, and we have the date stamp on that in that transaction. 1117 a.m., and then literally 5 minutes later, he walked into the police station shot Oswald. Oswald was being held longer than he should have been because the interrogator wanted to get information out of him. But the timestamp was 1117 right before he happened to see Oswald. He waited patiently. There was no way he could have known how long he would have had to be in line to talk to the teller to wire the money. Yada yada yada. Now it's pretty crazy to think this is a complete coincidence, but guess what? That's history. Lots of things are coincidence, right? A few months ago, we talked about the assassination of archduke Franz Ferdinand. Was it a conspiracy? Or did it was it just chance that the first shot missed? And then he happened to run into the archduke again. That's history. It happens. But because of that assassination, everyone thinks that there's a conspiracy, people and I think in the last like ten years, it's been mainstream to believe that anything you don't like that happens is a conspiracy for anyone that likes truth for anyone that doesn't like simplistic answers to questions where you just assume that everyone you don't like is that brilliant that they can orchestrate a massive conspiracy to do things like assassinated president. I think if you eliminate this moment, first of all, we would have had Oswald alive. He would have been tried. We would have had more answers. He probably would have been found guilty. I mean, who knows? But I think it's very likely he would have been found guilty. America would probably have dealt with the assassination more better emotionally because they never quite got over it. And if you add the Kennedy assassination, the belief in the conspiracy and basically afterwards with Watergate and Vietnam in the distrust and the erosion of trust.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"oswald" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"David McCormick conceded on Friday So even though I won't be your nominee I remain deeply committed to Pennsylvania and to the United States of America Nice and easy You said he called Doctor Oz and let him know here So Oswald faced John fetterman in the general which sets up a race that Rick Davis described earlier as they believe a doctor patient Contest having learned that fetterman's heart condition remember he had a stroke right before the primary The put a defibrillator in his heart I guess it was worse than first revealed Let's reassemble the panel for more on this Rick it seems like opportunities abound for a candidate who is known as a medical doctor as a surgeon being able to question his rival here about disclosures when it comes to medical health Well I think that even if he just says I hope every day of the campaign that lieutenant governor fetterman is doing well It just reminds everybody that he may not be And so it's really not incumbent upon him I think to put it out there I think every single day reporters on the campaign trail are going to be asking fetterman How do you feel today I mean he's not going to escape this It's one thing to have gone through the health scare that he had during the primaries but evidently he was diagnosed back in 2017 of a heart condition and did not follow his doctor's instructions So I think there's a lot of splaining to do for the fetterman campaign And I think this is going to dog them for the rest of the election How damaging is this Genie Does the fetterman campaign need to be proactive here you know start putting out the EKG scans I mean how do you manage this You know I think they need to show that they didn't withhold any information There's been a lot of questions about that that they were honest about his health And so they're going to need to put information out there But let's not forget you know fetterman won all 67 counties 59% of the vote against a candidate in Conor lamb who people at one point thought was the future of the Democratic Party in Pennsylvania You juxtapose that with Oz who barely scraped by with less than a thousand votes against McCormick was in a recount and had to wait so you know yes fetterman has had this horrific health scare and we hope he's well But Oz has been damaged as well and we've already seen the fetterman campaign come out and they have a bumper sticker or a pen now that says Doctor Oz for New Jersey because of course you know not from Pennsylvania as they like to talk about So there is going to be a lot of back and forth here It's certainly a Republican year but you know fetterman before this health scare was sort of a poster child for showing how Democrats could do this and be this outsider sort of Does this impact the tough guy image Jeannie Not so tough now and you got a heart problem I'm genuinely asking It does I mean it does and they're going to have to address that Some people like to describe him as the Paul bunyan common man you know You know he's not a Superman but you know I thought they did a good job when he said a lot of men his age don't like to go to the doctor and he was the same way That's an honest view And I think that's the kind of argument that he's going to need to make to say hey I'm like everybody else but I've learned And again he may have to be forthcoming about his physical health going forward more than they have been I suspect a lot of people could relate with that Rick but wait till Donald Trump gets a hold of this right Or maybe Donald Trump shouldn't be the one talking about heart health Well I think the more Donald Trump stays out of the Pennsylvania Senate race a better off it is for Doctor Oz I really think that as you described this should be a good turnout Would he be the nominee without Trump or that's the point You go in the general election have Donald Trump's day at Mar-a-Lago Yeah I think the best methodology Donald Trump has is make your picks in the primary and then help whenever the base gets unruly but otherwise stay out of it because you've got to go beyond your base in order to win a state like Pennsylvania and as Jeanne was saying it is likely to be a close race Republicans usually only win by a couple of points there And so it will be competitive I would say that early indications by the large turnout in the Pennsylvania Republican primary is indicative of a lot of good intensity by Republicans And so it's Oz's job to keep that moving Rick you have actually managed a candidate's health status publicly before What would be your advice to the fetterman camp Yeah I think it's very similar to what Jenny was saying you know be very transparent I mean when we had this come up with John McCain in the 2000 presidential campaign oh my God how did he survive the prison camp He must be crazy We release all of his military medical records I mean they were probably 8000 pages And we let people come in and read through them And reporters and physicians alike And so and frankly there's a lot of good news in there even if there's some bad news and you have to put it all out and be transparent about it Otherwise the issue isn't your health It's like you're not being cleared at American voters and that is worse We're spending time with Rick and Jeannie our signature panel on.
AP News Radio
Utah deputies find man who disappeared as teen in California
"A a a a teen teen teen teen who who who who disappeared disappeared disappeared disappeared from from from from his his his his family's family's family's family's home home home home in in in in California California California California nearly nearly nearly nearly three three three three years years years years ago ago ago ago was was was was found found found found in in in in Utah Utah Utah Utah Susan Susan Susan Flynn Flynn Flynn didn't didn't didn't give give give up up up when when when son son son Connor Connor Connor Jack Jack Jack Oswald Oswald Oswald who who who has has has autism autism autism went went went missing missing missing from from from home home home at at at age age age seventeen seventeen seventeen working working working Summit Summit Summit County County County sheriff sheriff sheriff Justin Justin Justin Martinez Martinez Martinez says says says officers officers officers found found found Oswald Oswald Oswald asleep asleep asleep in in in a a a convenience convenience convenience store store store but but but felt felt felt there there there was was was more more more to to to his his his story story story there there there was was was a a a humanitarian humanitarian humanitarian effort effort effort that that that need need need to to to be be be explored explored explored further further further that's that's that's when when when they they they dug dug dug up up up a a a missing missing missing persons persons persons report report report and and and got got got the the the family family family on on on the the the phone phone phone it it it wasn't wasn't wasn't in in in the the the ground ground ground Linda Linda Linda is is is thankful thankful thankful to to to everyone everyone everyone and and and hopes hopes hopes others others others can can can be be be as as as lucky lucky lucky we we we are are are planning planning planning on on on that that that I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Leftists Degrade Former Sen. Bob Dole on Twitter Following Death
"But here's what one Twitter verified account said about the passing of the great Bob Dole. At the quote, just a friendly reminder to everyone out there deifying that Trump humping ghoul Bob Dole. Serving in the military doesn't automatically make you a saint. Benedict Arnold, Tom cotton, Mike Pompeo, Ron DeSantis, Lee Harvey Oswald, Timothy McVeigh, and Robert E. Lee. All served. In 1976 here's another one from the same account. This one goes out to Bob Dole, good riddance trumper, dancing on your grave. And then they put together a little musical tribute. Literally dancing on the grave. Of campaign. Bob Dole. Here's another one. Now that the trumper Bob Dole is dead. Did he finally let go of that pen? Too soon? Now, he was, again, suffered a heinous war injury. His arm was crippled. He held that pen. To try not to, first of all, sort of deflect from the handicap, but also to prevent people from wanting to shake his withered hand. A guy who gave so much. Of himself. To his country.
Faith Over Fear
"oswald" Discussed on Faith Over Fear
"Hi linda thank you so much for joining us low. I'm so glad to be here jennifer. Well linda is known as the prayer lady and someone who continually seeks more of god. She's the bestselling author of more than thirty five books including the twenty twenty. Salem award finalist win you need to move a mountain. She also leads the advanced writers and speakers association which is where we met and her life is evidence of her heart for christ and her commitment to living guided by him but linda. I imagine that was something of a journey for you right like were you always so alert to god's presence and his voice don't think so. I was very stubborn child. And i didn't want to go down the aisle to accept. Jesus my savior because my mom was pushing me to do it. And i had to come on my own to him. And i have to tell you jennifer the moment that i accepted jesus as my savior meaning. I recognized that. Jesus had died on the cross for my sins and that that forgiveness was for me so that i could walk with god and i said yes to that and made it public by walking down the aisle. That was the moment. I i felt god's holy spirit touched my little hard heart and it created a flood of tears. I cried for two hours after that. And that changed me and i did start to hear god's voice in my life at that time you know i think we have to. Sometimes we can think we'll see other people and the way they may be here. God the may maybe they live it out and we'll start to think well disqualify ourselves. We're thinking what i. I'm just not a spiritual as they are. Maybe i don't have as much knowledge as they are. And i love this. This quote by protestant preacher oswald smith and he said the fullness of the spirit is not a question of are getting more of the holy spirit but rather of the holy spirit getting more of us and i'm just reminded that god did promise to speak to us. It he did..
The Attica Prison Uprising
"Two men make their way across the arm to a set of scuffed. Wooden tables clark grabs a microphone wired up to a speaker at the sound of his voice. Hundreds of prisoners suddenly look up. Clark raises the document in the air and announces that he just received a message from oswal the head of prisons. The commissioner demands that they end the rebellion and that they released the guards. They're holding hostage. Oswald says they need to do so immediately then and only then will he meet with the inmates to discuss their grievances and possibly changes to the prison. Clark sets down the note and looks at the man in the audience. Prisoners who for years have suffered torture at the hands of guards grievous medical treatment and unspeakable nightmare day after day all of which has pushed them to the spring. Clark looks over the crowd he asked. Who's in support of accepting the proposal letting the hostages go yard silent then clark asks. Who's against the proposal and all at once. Hundreds of men yell out in anger. It's decided there will be no surrender. Clark swallows hard because while the man have once again stood up for themselves and their own dignity clark suspects that the state is done marketing. And if that's true you could be just a matter of hours before the attempt to retake annika by force.
Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast
"oswald" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast
"This is our both of our all time favorite comic book movies ever to this day. And it's one of my all time favorite movies so we're gonna be having lots of fun with this one and we encourage everyone here to check us out in the a good time as we kick back and joy adult beverages and watch this together and share our superman fan of with all of you out there in podcast land right. So that's what i've got going on dave anything else you wanna say before we sign off. I'm going to visit with the happiness in darkness with i've been invited august fifteenth. I don't know what the turnaround time as but as the recording date. He gets off after he record them pretty quickly into the spider verse. Yeah spiderman into the spider verse. That's going to be a good one. Yeah i was just on recently. I don't know if anybody knows that we we discussed black widow. I know dave listen to that one so he knows what a good time. Nick and i had talking black widow with his friend. Mas met for the first time. I thought we had a really good discussion. I thought it turned out. Pretty well is so if you wanted to check out knicks happiness darkness podcast for the black widow episode and also days upcoming episode of spiderman into the spider verse. I was hooked after listening to that. I been toying with. Listen into some of his other podcasts. Even they're not right down my alley like it. Does the country music one whisky and cigarettes show they does. Yeah and oscar. Movie one But the happiness in darkness has got me hooked. I'm a i'm checking out all the back episodes. He's got some good ones all right. So that's what's going on with us and next time. Next stop everywhere. We're going to wait two more weeks again. Because we're in the summer season but joining us for episode. Two thirty nine is the wonderful. In like i said delightful holly mac returning to next everywhere to help me. Discuss this is a good one asylum of the dialects which of course introduced aswin oswald and with a very superb twist in this episode and also briefly introduced clara oswald oswald at the end of the story. So you gotta tune in for that one right. There's like dollars from every era but we also get to go into this dalek asylum which is shot so well and very creepy and i love that creepy doctor who episode so. I think it'd be a lot of fun to talk about it. i'm great. I'm really glad that how is gonna be joining us for that one and hope everybody tunes in it. Sounds like it's going to be a good one. I think so. So dave. Thank you so much. I hope you had a good time tonight sir. I had a blast..
Speaking of Psychology
"oswald" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology
Speaking of Psychology
"oswald" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology
"Example Perhaps a a game attempting measure job knowledge. It's not it's not necessary And then there are. There are cases where the test isn't perfect. But it's trying to measure these characteristics. That are you know. Honestly hard to get at Through tested through any other way like creativity and so Maybe those tests are used for developmental purposes. And not for us election necessarily not for saying you. You will have a problem in this job rather than say. Here's what this game Is is indicating and do you know as high as developmental conversation. How do you see that informing what you should be doing next to work on your creativity and so it's the extent of scores had some reliability and validity than that's worthwhile conversation because the tests is actually diagnosing Something about creativity. Creativity is a hard thing to measure by the way It sometimes depends on your prior knowledge. So you you need to You know it's it's not necessarily open ended in other words some types of creativity our our he just let your mind go and Think about whatever pops into mind. But in other cases it's where Fares well prepared in a sense that you you have a lot of knowledge in your head and and then asked to create and you have all these Knowledge frameworks that assist in your creativity. So so i will say it from the get-go that that's a that's a tough construct to measure With tests or or otherwise that. That's the topic that we're going to be exploring future podcasts. So listeners stay tuned because we will come back and talk to some experts about creativity which is really fascinating. So what would you say to a job applicant who might be uncomfortable with the idea of an algorithm instead of a person evaluating the job application. Yeah that's a great question. I think you know. I is as much a cultural feature as it is the technology and i think You know we're we're trying to figure out as researchers and as people who are subjected to these technologies. How's that going to change. The world of of work will be better for employees will be better for organizations. How will it work when i is more. Even more infused into organizations perhaps becomes a given in house selection happens. That'll be a different world than what we're experiencing today where we don't see we. We see the entry point we see entering the area of selection and continuing to grow. And as this is happening we do see those going through. Those experiences as applicants are clearly talking and probably tweeting and getting a sense of how it works you know. State legislation keeps rising in response to these technologies to try and ensure the tests are measuring reliable characteristics of of applicants on job relevant characteristics. That are important at the point of selection not just relevant for the job but relevant at the point selection. I think that's important to emphasize and noninvasive and You know legal unethical on those things. But the the devil is in the details there Reading these state Bills are regulations. The language is open ended because the technology is us still being developed and we needed figure out what are appropriate uses and what are inappropriate uses. Video capture seems to be most problematic to try and for employees characteristics from their feet in how they look or how they How they're the will the emotions on their face and and so on that. That seems very problematic and it is. It's not like it's not like the algorithm did detect highly relevant job features and and we shouldn't be using it There doesn't seem to be evidence for that so the evidence a lack of evidence is also concerning that in that area but i think we will wait and see in terms of how people will. It will evolve. I guess would be my answer just like a self driving cars. Right had barely happened yet. There's some very isolated instances self driving cars being in the world but once they become more commonplace we'll have a entirely different phenomenon our hands. I think there's also the applicant perceptions of the hiring process that that would leave all as much as the decisions that are made from a. I will evolve so in other words as you get more used to as a tool for selection. Maybe people will see that. Humans supplementing selection becomes the bat on the part that's valued. Which would you know kind of. Turn the tables on on the whole thing. So it'll be interesting to see how humans merged with a is a permeates Selection an applicant might feel that the organization is not paying much attention to them by farming. It out to an ai to do selection on a on a broad scale that would be a negative but a positive could be that is treating applicants fairly. I mean imagining tools that are making every attempt to be fair and accurate in ways that humans tried to be on that would be a positive aspect of ai in the future as we continue develop tools. That are effective. So it won't do things like humans. Do like prejudge people based on their names which they're unusual or foreign sounding her. Maybe you make a judgment because this person went to my alma mater. I'm going to give her an interview right sorts of those sorts of things that right. We're supposed to be selecting on job relevant characteristics and not irrelevancies. Like your name or your background and another another aspect. I think to consider his Sometimes people.
Speaking of Psychology
"oswald" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology
"Academy. Podcast is a show for about people who think big each week they invite the world's most exciting thinkers to share their ideas for improving ourselves and the world from philosophers two psychologists neuroscientists to novelists political leaders to entrepreneurs previous guests include. Bill clinton isabel allende. Darren brown neil degrasse tyson. Simon cynic madeleine albright. Reforlearly folio eric schmidt malcolm glad well william gibson elizabeth gilbert and many many more. Find the podcast on apple stitcher spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Thank you have you applied for a job lately. If so you may have been surprised to find that a resume and cover letter. Weren't enough to get you in the door. In addition to these traditional methods of screening job applicants many companies now also use some form of pre employment testing including personality assessments to help determine whether a candidate will be a good fit for the job in fact one twenty eighteen survey of human resources professionals found that seventy nine percent of them use some kind of testing when making extra hiring decisions and seventy two percent. Use testing for internal hires. So even if you've been in your job for a while you may find yourself taking an assessment at work. The same survey found that seventy nine percent of respondents used assessments in their companies career development programs so why do employers use these tests are the assessments that they're using reliable and valid can a person's personality or other characteristics help predict whether they'll succeed at work and how we're new technologies including artificial intelligence changing workplace assessments. What can employers employees and job applicants expect to see next on this front. Welcome to speaking of psychology. The flagship podcast of the american psychological association that examines the links between psychological science and everyday life. I'm kim mills our guest today. Dr fred oswald. A professor of industrial organizational psychology and director of the organization and workforce laboratory at rice university. Dr oswald studies the factors that contribute to workplace success including how to understand define and measure the individual differences that affect employees performance. He's also interested more broadly in the future of work his twenty nineteen book workforce readiness and the future of work examines. How technology education and policy will shape the future of work. He is a past president of the society for industrial organizational psychology which is a division of the american psychological association. Thank you for joining us. Dr oswald jim thank you for having me. This is a real pleasure and look forward to the conversation today. Great well let's start with a broad question. Why do employers use pre employment testing. What do they hope to learn about job applicants that they can't get from a resume cover letter or job interview well. Testing has a long history in a wide range of purposes. Whether we're talking about employment or we all take in plenty of tests in school. There are tests for certification of for example airline pilots take tasks to ultimately guard public safety and employers are hoping to understand who's coming into the workplace One of their background characteristics or the knowledge skills and abilities they have coming in or what are their qualities realize. Will we'll talk about personality today and so testing is not perfect but Perfect should not be the enemy of the good in terms of using tools. That can help make good decisions. Both for the organization and for the job applicant who seeks to find employment that stood in for them not merely get an invitation to join the organization. But actually succeed in go. I mentioned that employers are using testing to make hiring decisions and companies in leadership and career development programs. What kinds of tests are they using. What are the questions that employees and perspective employees are being asked and so my own research. Inexperienced deals more with Personnel selection on the on the point of initial hire a fake about characteristics like personality or job knowledge or sometimes logical reasoning skills if they don't have prior background indicated in the resume that they have part technical skills they there might be a test or some general reasoning also interests in motivation at those obviously differ between people and people have different profiles of interests and and types of motivation and goals and so tess attempt to get it some of those characteristics of job applicants hopefully in a reliable and invalid way and we can talk about that further. Yeah i did want to talk about that. And what's the difference between a good workplace assessment tool in a bad one a useful framework to go off of is think of a three legged stool reliability validity and fairness reliability deals with weather. What you're measuring is State all over over time. In the case of job applicants in other words you don't want an applicant to be taking a test that is essentially the role of the dice or is measuring. Something like mood. That is very That fluctuates instead. You want her characteristics. That are likely to appear on the job. Upon the point of of higher. And that's where the employee and the organization starts out with the employees to move them forward through training and development and as you mentioned leadership and career career progression as well and so reliability is a cornerstone of measurement to make sure that attest that claims to measure Personality for instance actually is doing so we can put labels on any task and make the claim that it's measuring what we say. But how do we know. And we need data to inform that and so there are database to purchase to ensure that scores are measuring what they should Personality job knowledge. Motivation at sarah and also turning to the second leg of.
Wrestling With FanBoy Mark Jabroni's Ring Rust
"oswald" Discussed on Wrestling With FanBoy Mark Jabroni's Ring Rust
"Youtube dot com slash fan. Boy maroni uh-huh bring presents mucho backs. If you've the macho man. what time it is. He always says two seconds to after you ask two seconds to wash. He talk rope elbow. Drop shooting in the face. Randy semi built the time machine and went back in time to stop the jfk's assassination as all oswald shots savary all three with his beard deflecting them. Jfk's.
"oswald" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"You know, East German secret police guy. He's a bad man. He's a killer. He's a murderer. He's a communist. They're all they're all like that. And so we got that going for us. Also, today is Flag Day. Did you know that today is Flag Day? And in honor of flag Day, you know the Democrats are doing. They're coming out with a 51 star flag because they want to steal two seats in the Senate. That's how Third World Banana Republic corrupt They are. That's how left wing there the Democrat Party. They're joining up a 51 star flag because, yeah, just statehood for D. C. It's the Democratic thing to do Men. They're smoking joints, too. And it's of course, the most undemocratic thing you could possibly come up. It's a corrupt effort of power grab as usual by the Democrats, like, you know, packing the Supreme Court. D C and Puerto Rico State because they figure they get to guaranteed forever left wing lunatic, uh, senators from D C in the United States Senate, and then you know, it's like packing. The Senate is really the thing here. It's an extremely corrupt party, Today's Democrat Party. I used to be a Democrat. Long ago, My dear departed mother was a wonderful Democrat. Should have nothing to do with this party. Again the Democrat Party today. That's what they're doing for Flag Day. 51 star flag This is their This is their thing, And it's amazing. You know, John F. Kennedy was a Democrat. He wouldn't be allowed in the Democratic Party today. They chase him out so fast that he wouldn't even know what hit him The Democratic Party on the political spectrum. Are you familiar with the political spectrum? On the political spectrum. Today's Democratic Party is actually closer. Interesting scientists. Scientists have proved that the Democratic Party is closer on the political spectrum today to Lee Harvey Oswald. Then the Democratic Party is to John F. Kennedy say they've been galloping to the left there. Not also there the anti Israel Party and the pro Hamas party. They're closer on the political spectrum to Sirhan Sirhan. Than they are to Robert F. Kennedy as well, You know, Bobby Kennedy. It's an amazing thing. But it is Flag Day. And CBS News has the story today, attacking Betsy Ross, saying that she didn't make the first flag is probably a person of color. I think it was Probably, you know, PLC, probably President. Colour made the first man, not Betsy Ross. And the Democrats are one of 51 star flag because they're so filthy, corrupted and rotten to the core, and they they want to steal two seats in the Senate by making DC estate. That's the only thing that they've been sitting here for, You know, 247 years. And they and you know, don't worry about that. Um, that D C. Statehood was never an issue, but now they want to pack the Senate and that's whether we're talking about this. Speaking of the Democratic Party, They they, you know they left. They've been seizing control of school boards across the country. I've actually been talking about the school board phenomenon. The school board factor for as long as I've been doing talk radio 15 years now. And you know, the school boards have been seized by radicals across the country, not just in Virginia, but certainly a lot of them in Virginia, and we've got some sort of Loudon County, Fairfax County. Really extremist and radical anti American racist left wing stuff. They're not liberals. They're they're leftists, and that's a completely different thing. Leftists or anything but liberal. They're leftists. And I'm much more liberal than these leftists are because I believe in freedom for people, and I believe you should. You know, I may disagree with what you have to say. But I'll fight to the death for your right to say it. The left doesn't believe that they they think you know that you should just die and shut up before you do. But we'll get into that because of Fairfax County they had and this is again. I've been gone for a week, but last weekend they had a graduation ceremony. And their graduation speaker as an extremist and a radical and and a racist and anti American, and they all clapped politely as they had this woman who is a member of the school board. Come out and condemn the United States, America and capitalism and individualism and liberty and freedom and called for Jihad. She's a Muslim woman. She I'm serious. She called for jihad with the the Children graduating from what used to be Jeb Stuart High School and is now just high school. They use the words, but they don't know what they mean. She's an anti Semite, um, virulent anti Israel activists, and she was chosen to be the commencement speaker at the at the graduation. And we have some of that for you. Also a wonderful woman in Loudon County. There's a bit of an insurrection going on at the school board in Loudon County because of the extremism. Being demonstrated by the By the school board there and their radical and you know if you want to know why Children are sleeping in their own feces in parks in America and chanting where the 99% and Death to capitalism and all this stuff look no further than the school boards from coast to coast and the curricula that they have inflicted upon A once great and God fearing nation. Yeah, And she also said, we're one nation under Allah this, uh, this Fairfax County speaker. Remarkable stuff. But a wonderful woman stood up at the Loudon County School board meeting and told the truth about critical race theory, and Democrats don't have to listen to her. Even though she's black. She's black woman and a wonderful American. A normal person. A thinking person. We've got her for you.
Biden Administration Wants Agriculture Subsidies to Help Fight Climate Change
"American taxpayers spend lots of money on farmers record forty six billion dollars last year that helps to keep farmers in business when the weather or the markets might otherwise put them under now. The biden administration wants agriculture subsidies to do something new help fight. Climate change can that work frank. Morris of member station k. C. you are looked into it. Farmers have an uneasy relationship with climate change or creates about ten percent of the greenhouse gas emissions in the us. Most farmers hate to admit it's a problem and they certainly don't want to invite new regulations. But those like richard oswald standing just out of the rain in a shed on the missouri farm where he grew up. Clinches is personal and well. We've got a problem with climate and i've been living in the middle of one of the biggest problems missouri had and that's the flooding on the missouri river that's been brought about by climate change oswald in his son firm about two thousand acres on the missouri river weather permitting where we're standing right now. There was five feet of water here in two thousand nineteen flowing water for months and the same thing happened in two thousand eleven.
Northern Kentucky Spotlight
"oswald" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight
"You so much for taylor oswald. We appreciate you joining us today. Thank you on a spin honor. All right guys. Stay with this. The northern kentucky spotlight. We'll be right back the chamber advocates for your business. What we do your chamber serves as the number of legislative and regulatory issues kentucky frankfort in washington. Dc advocacy is one of the main pillars chamber. And it plays a critical role in promoting supporting a vibrant economy far region and the hard-working chamber members taxpayers chamber is addressing key issues that will fill business create jobs and continued to position as an economic driver in the carnival. Advocating for your business. It's what we do. I welcome back to the northern kentucky. Spotlight we appreciate you. Stick with us. We got some. We asked very little here on the spotlight again. Share this if you're watching it on facebook subscribe if you're listening to it on a podcast. Lot's great stuff so many great stories to be told here. And i'm telling you what i m still thinking about star bio solutions and the fact that you would not have to. You'd have to clean but that stuff could last for a whole year. It's remarkable for you're talking big businesses and things like that. What a great opportunity to say. I'm so figure of catherine near dot com and how everyone should go there and check it out. It's remarkable yes. It's something just just open it up. check it out. Hire me all of that. Good stuff all. There's one more thing that. I wanna ask our listeners to do if you listen to us on apple podcasts review. You can review. That would be amazing. I would. I'll maybe i'll bring you down under something or by Biggby coffee give me some good review but yeah yes just reviews like a sheriff. It'd be great. And i wanna thank Cg and see crew for making this thing go so we can bring y'all the the up to date information and talk to you about all of our members that we have learnt. They're all of this The pandemic and beyond talent potent stuff like this is to to know about things that are going on in the area and to be aware of things and so we're glad the technology can bring it to you. We thank you so much for listening to us on the northern kentucky spotlight today and every week. Jeremy thank you for all of your hard work. Thank you all right guys. We will see you right back here. Next week on northern kentucky spotlight..
Northern Kentucky Spotlight
"oswald" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight
"The airport is furthering. Its position as leader in aviation and is deeply committed to being an economic driver for the community. You can learn more and start your next adventure at cg airport dot com ranking on google search maps as easy to understand but hard to do it requires constant effort and attention uploading new photos responding to google reviews writing weekly posts and checking suggested optic google listing optimization takes experience and talk and there are no shortcuts see crew gives your google my business account this steady consistent attention it needs to be affected optimizing updating and expanding critical contact every single week from local retail stores to large regional networks see crew generates content establish his benchmarks at creates dramatic measurable increases and engagement. So what can see crew do for your business. More calls more clicks more client and welcome back to the northern kentucky. Spotlight podcast right. Now we're gonna talk about risk management specifically with chris. owens. He's from taylor. Oswald risk advisor there. Thank you so much for joining us today. Catherine thank you. It's an honor to be on this podcast app. Lets you know we've had spent a year. You're talking about the risks of going back to work and managing all of that not just in the world of covid but we've been through the year. Let's talk first of all about the services that that your company provides people what. How can you help people so taylor. While we're a minority own risk management firm on african american.
Northern Kentucky Spotlight
"oswald" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight
"Free from teaching k. Through five students which may be good for anybody doing distance learning to reading skills. They are to creating villages brand identity in the czech republic. You wanna talk about some specifics but Some really cool things going on there at ku to celebrate homecoming week. That brand identity. One and check in the czech republic. That really interested me. It's it's so cool that they're doing this. I think it's a really interesting thing. And it's one of those silver lining things that can kinda come out and democ because you can just remote in and and there you go. Yeah so tomorrow is mardi gras wins. Yeah tomorrow homage. gosh. I can't believe tomorrow and ashwin say as wednesday as you can imagine for dialysis and stuff they're going to Tweak how they normally do the ashes are not going to rome on your head. They're gonna sprinkle the ashes instead of smuggling them Churches will also have restrictions on number of prisoners. So they'll probably few lines and all that kind of stuff And you know normally we'd maybe all be partying t. Tomorrow night for fat tuesday but But it may just be at home just got you gotta eat. King cakes your halston in in just bite fight with your family for the fine. The baby will say this this just in Busking bakery was supposed to be my guest tomorrow on coffee break with catherine on the enquirer's facebook page They cancelled because they don't know if they're gonna be open. So if you wanna king cake get one today. Do not wait till tomorrow because it may not be over. It's already starting to snow getting quick. Oh in one. Quick shameless plug. Jeremy undoing it before we get to year round. I just launched my website last week late. Let let mid last week. Katherine era dot com. So i do a bunch of stuff so if you wanna find out why she can work with me through content creation or camera. Coaching any any of that stuff. Check out katherine dot com shameless plug and now jeremy. Everybody go there. Everybody go to caffeine. You're dot com..
Northern Kentucky Spotlight
"oswald" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight
"G- afternoon and welcome to the northern kentucky spotlight. You are inside somewhere warm underneath multiple blankets. It is going to be not only a cold one but we got a lot of snow. Headed our way. We'll talk about that coming up. We appreciate you being here. I'm katherine niro alongside jeremy strand the marketing and communications director for the northern kentucky chamber. And if you hear my dog barking in the background jeremy. It's he's barking at the snow on the skylights like an animal. The he has no clue what's happening. We're all in that same boat though. I guess i love all the pictures of the dogs with like long forgetting all those like snowballs in like the weird whisk thing or people like whisking enough scraping refuses to go out which is another problem but listen so we want to thank our sponsors. As always cvt our title sponsor anti crew consulting our digital sponsor and making the northern kentucky spotlight happen. We've got a couple greg guests coming up today. Jeremy yes we got. Chris owens He's here to be You got you got to take some time to interview him about his Risk management firm which should be really really great interview. I can't wait to watch that And then also today. We're going to start off with tyler. Owen tyler owen so we got a win day. We're trying to make it as confusing as possible but tyler is from star bio solutions and we just launched a new program with the chamber where you can get a chamber. Members can get a discount from star bio solutions but tyler tell us what star bio solutions does so we are especially chemical company that has an authorized dealer an applicator of micro three sixty microscope. Three sixty is an antimicrobial coating that we provide the service of coming in and applying that in your facility and we cover pretty much any facility you can think of. If you've got surface we're going to be able to provide that coating which offers protection from bacteria mold fungus in any negativity got a micro that you can think of so when you obviously we're all thinking of this in terms of reopening and covert and all of that. How does this stuff work like. How long does it keep those nasty stuff away so with our electric static sprayer from start we go ahead and give you three sixty coverage hence the name because it saturates the entire service in bonds together positively charged therefore then builds that seal from negatively charged microbes. It works twenty four seven. So if i were to walk up with to a service not hit something nasty on my hand i said it down and then someone else comes along. After me and says their hand down. We eliminate that cross contamination. Twenty four seven even when people are interacting with those services and with the Ingredients that we have. It provides a year coverage we recommend only once per year application as opposed to having to go through your facility two or three times a day..
This Day in History Class
This day in history - NAACP founded
"The day was february twelfth. Nineteen o nine in new york city. A group of black and white people met to talk about the status of black people in the united states. There were sixty people at the meeting including suffrage is philanthropist journalist clergymen educators and people from other traditions in attendance and some of them have been part of the abolitionist movement. Many of the people there had also been part of the niagara movement which was a civil rights group founded in nineteen o five sociologist activists w. e. d. boys and editor an activist william morris. Trotter the date of this meeting was notable because it was the hundredth anniversary of former us. President abraham lincoln's birth which many found meaningful because. Lincoln issued the emancipation proclamation. But anti black violence was still endemic in the united states. And the people who met in new york on this day. We're committed to fighting racism and discrimination in the us. starting what was sometimes called a new abolition movement. At the time. Jim crow laws enforced racial segregation in the south. Though discrimination on the basis of race was constant throughout the united states thousands of black people were being lynched by white mobs at public events that were made into spectacles and deadly race. Riots were taking place across the country. In the period after the reconstruction era interpersonal and institutionalized racism were plaguing american society but activists reformers in revolutionaries were using and fighting to combat rampant racism and violence in the country in august nineteen. Oh eight there was a violent race riots. In springfield illinois where mobs of white people destroyed the homes and businesses of black people in the community and killed in lynched others author and activist. Ns stransky and her husband. William english walling. A socialist journalist went to springfield to investigate the right and in september. A magazine called the independent published an article by walling titled the race war in the north in the article. He wrote that. People must revive the spirit of abolitionist. Entreat black people social and political equals or else the race war would continue to spread across the country and walling went on to write the following the day. These methods become general in the north. Every hope of political democracy will be dead other weaker. Racist in classes will be persecuted in the north. As in the south public education will undergo an eclipse and american civilization. We'll await either a rapid degeneration or another profounder and more revolutionary civil war which sell obliterate not only the remains of slavery but all other obstacles to a free democratic evolution that have grown up in. Its wake who realizes the seriousness of the situation. And what large and powerful body of citizens is ready to come to their aid. Marie white ovington a social worker and writer heated wallin's call and sent him a letter in support so in january nineteen o nine. She met with walling in social worker. Henry moskovitz at wallin's new york apartment to discuss proposing an organization that would fight for the civil and political rights of black people. So oswald garrison villar grandson of abolitionist. William lloyd garrison wrote the call which was a summons for civil rights activists to form an organization that would advocate for ending racial injustice in america and fight for african americans rights the call was endorsed by sixty people including w. e. b. voice journalist and activist ida b wells philosopher and reformer john. Dewey an activist jane addams and on february toldt nineteen o nine a group including mary turks. Tarot charles edward russell in florence kelly among others breath met for a national conference but they didn't hold their first large meeting until may when they organized as the national negro committee. There was some conflict at that first session as leaders tried to get the more conservative but washington to join in on the meetings also tensions rose between white and black members and the press beer the radical nature of the conference but by nineteen ten members of the committee had formed the national association for the advancement of colored people or in double. Acp the n. Double acp mission was quote to promote equality of rights and to eradicate cast a race prejudice among the citizens of the united states to advance the interests of color citizens to secure for them impartial suffrage and to increase their opportunities for securing justice in the courts education for the children employment according to their ability and complete equality before law the organization established is national office in new york city in named a board of directors and president moorefield story at this time w e b d boys was the only black executive in the organization but that same year two boys started the crisis a journal offered discussion on race relations politics and black life and present it black intellectual and artistic work in double. Acp members went on to challenge segregation laws. Stage boycotts start anti lynching campaign in lobby and advocate for new legislation the end ps methods aren't loved by people who use more direct action tactics but the organization did make gains in the movement for black civil rights and is still going today.
The Tennis Podcast
"We're not just living in the post. Today we're living in an alternate universe post because today and those day we're bringing you sliding does tennis which is kind of ovarian concept isn't it should we. Should we trademark this in some way. Can we patent it. Let's if it's a success. I shower and then and then we'll get onto the patent lawyers wouldn't wouldn't gwyneth paltrow smith about that. She owns the rights to alternates. Alternate timelines well. My favorite my favorite genre of is counterfactual fiction. There's a book called idyllwild which imagines a world in the ninety s where needed jfk nor marilyn monroe died in the sixties and it sort of projecting into the future and imagining a world. That is entirely different. And it's cooled arms on on this spoiler for you or the listeners are highly recommend anyway and it's called idol ball because of course idyllwild. Anybody know this putting on spot here. This is a great little but if trivia idyllwild was the name. jfk airport before it became today airport. I don't know how. I read your david. Private could a medium sized book right. Yeah i take a long time to read books Well it's worth the effort. If you got in your hands in the middle of the night you know we as we did last week. We start off with david. Whitaker's review of what we're about to do podcast as he says it's a really good idea. Like i like counterfactual history. If hitler had gone ahead with the invasion of britain in nineteen forty not bottled it dot dot dot. What if lee harvey oswald missed etc. What if it hasn't rained in henman's semifinal with even vich so my daughter's very much understood the premise. If today's podcast and one of those three we're going to do yes. Thank you very much. David whitaker slash. Dad's fuel suggestions A little teaser of what's come where we are thinking of sort of moment tree seemingly incident significant at the time occurrences in tennis which may or may not have entirely altered the course of tennis history. david would you like to kick us off with the first sliding doors tense moment. Yeah would i'd like to imagine a world in which rafael on the dow was not left handed never decided to to play left hand. All just ended up playing left handed. And it's one of the. It's actually one of the things that i wanted to come back to for for quite a while probably a year and a half ever since we did our rounded out story. Podcast when we were we went deep into his his past and tried to just chronicled his career from it from a very young age and during that process we had been like many other outlets taken in by a the the myth it turns out that his uncle tony had decided that he should play handed in order to be more successful in in order to discomfit his opponents more and we talked about that on that podcast and turns out. That isn't what happened. And we at the time i mean. I think that that podcast got some some great feedback. People enjoyed it. But a number of nadal diehard said cop believe you're still going with this view that refunded. The uncalled decided. He should apply left-handed. I one day. Because that's not the case. So i've also one day i'd like to really look into that and find out what the situation was and when we came up with sliding doors tennis and i chose. This is one of my my selections Matt's produced the referee on the dow autobiography which contains the following passage. I've seen reports in the news media saying that. Tony forced me to play left handed and that he did this because it would make me harder to play against well. It's not true. It's the story of the newspapers have made up. The truth is that. I began playing when i was very small and because i wasn't strong enough to hit the ball over the net. I'd hold the racket with both hands on the four hundred as well as the back end then. One day my uncle said there are no professional players who play two hens. Strictly speaking true. Monica seles did right. Fabrice santoro did right But anyway there are no place press professional players who played two hens. And we're not going to be the first ones so you've got to change so i did. What came naturally to me was to play left-handed why i can't tell because i ride with my ryan tend when i play basketball gulf or doubts. That was the way sounds order. I play right handed to but in football i play with my left and my left foot is much stronger than my rights. People say this gives me an advantage on the double handed backhand and that may be right having more feeling more control and both hands than the majority of players has to work in my favorite especially on cross court shots where a little extra strength helps but this was definitely not something that tony in. A moment of genius thought up. It's dumb to imagine that he might have been out to force me to play in a way. That did not come naturally to me so pretty emphatic rejection of that. That story that we've all kind of taken as just conceived wisdom from over the years a couple things that he's often talked about by commentators is looking like he's got to four hands conventional forehands in in the way he's able to strike the bowl in terms of the the sheer muscular. Rt of his game the way he's able to put you on the back foot from both sides equally strongly and say and he's alluding to that in that analysis of whites useful for him to play. Left
The Voice Tech Podcast
Investing in Voice - Yannick Oswald, Mangrove Capital
"Had a chance to really talk about voice dot at funding before. and familiar nego very interesting. Take on it as well one of the ambassadors for the voice I movement in the funding world. Maybe kick off by just telling us a little bit more about Mangrove I gave the intro that but tell us. What kind of things did you get involved in the the clients in the deals? He'd be doing recently mortgage from that. So. We Peeing Stage Venture Fund. A. Little bit specialists that we have always two hundred million funds, but we have very concentrated portfolio, so we do around. Thirty investments, meaning sixty seventy dozens purpose. And we always believed meaning. We get in very early and we on active cheerleader if Pronounce. And we have data handled so review, so we're going down with the doper -tunities. Investment checks the. Half a million up to five ISH Huffman up to five million, so this is seed funding on it as a stage code precede as well, do you do both of those you say early stage you could clarify the difference between those and you guys lie on that. Yeah, we don't really kissel much work. At the moment being put on the rounds. TAME Long thirty percent. Meaning as a product out there, people. We don't cast much rather is the and do that? It descend bit more. Odious. Companies has revenues and the stage where. You. Go Raisin. Yeah right right excellent, and what part of your portfolio is comprised by voice technology companies in particular. You guys focus exclusively on that a new interest for you, so it's getting your interest I think we actually stop it looking at the space, the ALF. Ago. Since then we've done one investment in staged company called. See Better in Paris. Essentially pump needed to reinvent entertainment by beating rebate access to high-end. Brilliant way we can dig into that a little bit and a second in general. What's the feeling in the investment community? You guys one of the earliest thing you really leading the charge on this or the other firms that are now dipping their toe in the water, and and showing interest in voice so us both bedrooms looking at the space in year but say. If, it of all investments that have been done net probably. Three to four venture funds that are looking at the space, but we definitely say. Would I one getting excited about it? Nice there any particular characteristics that you look for then in voice tech companies. A wide range of different types of products that are being launched. People are trying different things. I've some patterns just from interviewing people on the PODCAST, so I'm sure you've noticed some some trends as well as the types of companies will the type of use cases that voices being applied to the tend to do better from attraction, point of view, or from evaluation, point of view while other typical kind of the cases, all the areas potentially industries that are most interesting to you right now. Footed that into that? It's space so initially why we got interested in it is because it's so consume ass, using voice, technology and data, so basically used, but engagement conversion rates were extremely. Good. Instead of this, tell me us. They're ready. Use this new in. An extra enjoying it and they communicate engages. More than if they have to use the keyboard to put in data, so that will finish. Starting point where we realized, is this voice? From that what we having at we have the platforms via the voicing visit lodge and the platforms notables assistance. Everybody's involved home the next size this. Specific Arab just for us. But we are more than at all. Kinds of flux is use voice to enhance US experience into his. Business that at the end of the day eighty percent of the directions be has. Can Be done by boys, so we take him to do that. It's vision. We share absolutely the keyboard. It feels so antiquated. The fact that lasted so long crying out for. Crying on the alternative and one that's love it more human as well.
AM Tampa Bay
He was the man trying to protect Lee Harvey Oswald
"Jim Lovell was a police detective in Dallas two days after the Kennedy assassination in nineteen sixty three Lovell was transporting the suspected killer Lee Harvey Oswald when this is a placement walled was shot by Jack ruby I want to question being brave I didn't have anywhere to go and a figure from Watergate William Ruckelshaus a deputy Attorney General who resigned rather than carry out president Nixon's order to fire the Watergate prosecutor part of the infamous Saturday night massacre three men who ran for president Richard lugar the Indiana senator who ran in nineteen ninety six Lyndon larouche a conspiracy theorist to ran eight times and United States put pressure on various governments including the governments of Britain France and West Germany to support this policy of putting Khamenei into power in Iraq animados sometimes used as a theme song crazy who's nineteen ninety two candidacy may have changed history the always colorful businessman Ross Perot your business faithful thirteen dollars fourteen dollars out of the factory workers who can factor south of borders our a young twenty
This Movie Changed Me
The Movie That Changed Me: Ratatouille
"The first time that I saw a to e I couldn't get over the fact that I was seeing rack cooking in the kitchen. It's something that you know if you've ever lives in New York City or any major city in the US Minneapolis included where I currently live you fear rats and yet there is something so delightful an extraordinary about watching this rat create his masterpieces. What have you got there the whole you found chief he's not just any cheese tone chevrette of AA that would go with my room and and intent rosemary this rosemary up with. Oh baby with a few drops class wrote on the a pilot guests and then we'll go with the garbage. This is what we're supposed to return to the colony before sundown her dad's meal meal. There are possibilities unexplored here. We got cook this now. Exactly how we this is the real question. The key is to keep turning it. Hey Ronnie. Maybe we shouldn't be so oh you got the main rat in Ratatouille is romy and he's voiced the comedian Patton Oswald who also loves food so watching him explorer amis creations especially lovely remmy wants to be a chef half in the tradition of the great French Chef Cousteau and he realizes the only way that he can accomplish this is by working in goose kitchen in Paris all his time underneath heiress.