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Hope Springs Eternal From the Ashes of History
"Now I want to go back to the very beginning of the book and probably the greatest insight for us looking forward to the competition with China, which is underway on page 83. This is set in 1939. And then 41. The gigantic struggle for the United States that began with the Attack on Pearl Harbor and ended with the dropping of the atomic bomb was different from any other major war in history. Different in its dimensions and topography, different in the weapon systems and support systems, carry air power, landing craft, fleet trains, then emerged to be war winning ones, different even in the sort of fighting units, the Marine Corps, the seabees, that would have to be put together. It was geography that the country emerging bacteria here would have to become a special sort of maritime power. The combatant that understood that first and better would be the Victor. So everything had changed from World War II to 1941, doctor Kenny, have they changed again from 1945 to 2022. Yes, indeed. First of all, the basic the basic strategic position that the United States is the is still despite deficiencies in the center of the western military economic order remains, but the it changes because of newer technology, which may be coming so fast that nowadays we don't really realize the dimensions of it or how we have to respond to it. It changes because we are probably not going to think again over huge, huge American military reinforcement of 2 million plus men to the European theater and 3 million plus men to the Pacific theater. It may have gone up into the sky to the ESA and yet we still need to be have the basic ship systems and weapon systems growing across the Atlantic and the Pacific for this for this year of 2022 onwards into the middle of the century.
Don't Mess With the Numbers
"United States had a choice. They could have made Japan starve. They could have done firebombing. Both of those would have resulted in horrific casualties among the Japanese and of course fleets of kamikazes headed towards our fleet. Here are the Okinawa death tolls that doctor Kennedy puts in victory at sea, which I was unfamiliar with. 77,000 Japanese troops died on Okinawa, a 110,000 if you add in the Okinawa conscripts. Another take and another 10,000 died in the mopping up. A 149,000 civilians died in Okinawa and 12,000 U.S. servicemen were killed. Can you imagine my father was in the flotilla off of Japan for the southern island first faint? I'm glad he didn't have to go aboard her. I would not be talking to you today. Doctor Kennedy, can you imagine what the casualty counts would have been if Japan had to be invaded? So the U.S. Army and the Department of Defense were doing some calculations some estimates about what the potential total number of casualties would be in, say, the first three months or so of struggling onshore and fighting their way through the mountains in lower Japan against fanatically organized resistance and the numbers were not pretty. Some people thought that the numbers calculated were just far too large at the Japanese would fall early after the first strikes on land, but they couldn't be sure about that. And
The Power of the Flotilla
"Want to underscore that because right now the United States Navy has about 280 surface combatants at sea. This comes from page three 88 a victory at sea. The sheer size of the American naval armada surrounding Okinawa was a retelling of the story of the Pacific war, as 1200 landing vessels commenced their Easter Sunday, April 1 assault on the central beaches of Okinawa, they were screened by 200 destroyers 18 battleships and over 40 carriers. You know, that's bigger than the entire U.S. Navy today. It is doctor Kennedy. Yes. Now, the defenders of what's going on in our size and power of E today would say, well, a nuclear powered aircraft carrier of the GL four class of the retiring Nimitz class is so much more powerful than those carriers surrounding Okinawa in 1944. But we had so many more of them out there. And so one of the questions about present power is a possible vulnerability of the limited number of warships, including limited number of aircraft carriers, which we have across stress across the globe today for our commitments from the Houston Mediterranean through the Indian Ocean to the far Pacific. Not to mention, giving an eye enlisted children.
A Tribute to the Man Who Won the War at Sea
"It's been a long time coming because I've always admired your work and I'm going to spend a lot of time talking about victory at sea, which is by the way, magisterial. Congratulations you and Ian Marshall, who is the illustrator. You must be very proud of this work. I'm very proud of it. There's a sad tale to it as I mentioned as we get into the thing which is Ian moss or this wonderful painter of American landscapes and navy state and fellowship scenes passed away a few years ago and I took over this venture and brought it to fruition, but it is, I'm so pleased to testimony to him and his paintings as well as the story of the war at sea. Thank you.
"paul kennedy" Discussed on Conversations
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"paul kennedy" Discussed on Conversations
"We went to the school. I was with two other friends. We saw that it would be boring just to seed around. So why don't we get into the school whole imply basketball. I used to have a thing. We get the mini tramps out. They slam dunks so that same like a reasonable idea. Of course the whole was closed so we had to break in and put a fire hydrant through one of the door windows and might clog through and and we got in with peach dock and saw it and except for a little light in the corner that i saw flashing and i knew straight away and i started cyber up fairly quickly that was a saw and alarm so we walked outside and there was a security guard standing up front of the school and the security guard was was off man. He said Where you'd like spain and we say all just sort of walking on a big not at all you haven't sending whatever you're at the The gymnasium nine. Now we haven't not anyways. We're having a casual conversation. Three cup kaz. Roar up the rod screech. And hear them before i saw him and within an instant ause flipped onto my stomach on on the footpath and they had the cuff slept on me and thrown in the back of the car taken to the chelsea cop shop and And did a few hours in the cell a kolding not surprisingly.
"paul kennedy" Discussed on Conversations
"Obviously fee some anger people calling for capital punishment and then from the the community changed completely. The streets were empty. People are staying in houses women wearing carriage not to be anyway by themselves so if they're working in a workplace someone would escort them today. Cows security god's will hide alive applies some straits hired security guards without sessions woke up and down the streets police with door knocking and the helicopters were always either ahead. The noise of heli helicopters ivory. Our neighborhood is something that's It's a long lasting memory as well so it was. It was a terrible frightening time and and no one he lived through. That will ever forget it. People people have spoken to me. And i agree. He feels like last week. It's just feels doesn't feel you know thirty years ago is finally catch the matter when they the thirds go was killed natalie. Russell was seventeen and she was. She was in you twelve at john. Paul college catholic school. She was moated walking along a track from the school to her home in the afternoon. Said the killer was becoming bulga around that time around the very very tom that she was murdered. There was a cast spotted on the straight he was unregistered and it attracted attention of a postie who called place and they took the details of the cow. The knicks die by followed up on the shape of the car and that led them to the killer but are turned up to play football for the stingrays at morale and that was their home ground and walked out of a ritual was to go and made in the middle of the ground with air bags every our shoulders and get ready for the day. And i'll never forget 'em saying the face of jeff wide who is a young kid on our team a young ruckman. Who always smiled. He was always laughing. Smalley jeff y went on to play out two hundred fifty gallons of afl. People might know him but he was sixteen in and You know i was shocked. Lanese at tears running down his shakes. And i said what's wrong. Any cities killed another one and we know so. He went to john. Paul college and and sanjeev and a couple of others in the team. New natalie russell personally so it was all very close to hyme thankfully within twenty four hours police had they can fishing and i had the killer and from then it felt like spring it common early because.
"paul kennedy" Discussed on Conversations
"Was always looking to to get as many as i could. Apply across halfback. It's becua- halfback. Which is a place where you can cut the ball off and you can take mocks. And instead a bit apply up here and there but primarily. I just wanted to be a good teammate. And i wanted to be known as as an aggressive today. Might which gets a little bit back to what i was saying before about that. That violence football can be violent crime but controlled violence. Usually and i had a lot of control so i was never never frightened of any collisions on the field. And i felt our heads where i liked carriage. I liked certainty in other parts off in a big way. I'd i'd feel like at that point. I never lacked carriage on the on the field and you know so for bowl was going. I have my head. The son of a courageous plans so courageous player in football is to go back. Run back to hit up. What's the bull flood via head dot. Look what's coming the other way. Cape going back in and we call that running back with the florida the ball and every time. The bowl was in the air and that happened. I wanted to do that. I wanted to show people. I was courageous Familiar violence control violence of the game. The brutality of the game. something that i really enjoyed. That's how i wanted to feed in be saying you got the chance to play a few matches with thank killed up that eh. Did the big stage leave out. All those childhood drains of what it would be like It did and it didn't I think the stage lived up to itself. I didn't live up to what i what i thought i could shave at that time. The afl teams were using the underwriting competition to get plays out and mike at the numbers in the reserves. But it was. I think it was more than that. Would sort of trialing youngsters at that high level. So i got the call up when not to comply forcing kilda and played at. It's widely against melbourne. And let's be honest but my performance was was was not even competent sat on the bench for most of it. I did not before the game. That that i didn't have to go to the toilet and always frightened about that. Because my stomach wasn't chain i didn't have the same 'electricity about it and that was my insecurities or i was caught up with. Oh no i feel out of place that i that i wasn't in the roads mines to To perform well at all except for wall on the on the bench with the dressing janas. He didn't is the ice..
"paul kennedy" Discussed on Conversations
"Vfl pack and and moravian and all these great places what with you'll ritual pull driving to the match mom and dad would drive me to the games They never missed a match and we had a toyota high ice. So i would sit in the back of the van put on by headphones and plug them into my walkman and i used to listen to mop cons walking in memphis over and over again. It was my pump up song. Everyone has it pop songs. Not i say deysi is a car and if people will remember that song should go. Apply it because it's a great song. What got me going was the piano piano. Started kicking in and i just loved it so would ply that over and other and i would visualize plying and when you play football and this is the tom on the field. But there's other special moments it's driving to the game and and thinking about how you gonna go and it's arriving at the grand and meeting teammates and getting ready in the china germs. That all that stuff is is almost as good as is playing conversations. Sierra podcast broadcast and online paul. What will you notice like in the changing before those those gains with the stingrays. Remember when i look back and think about that or just get a the best feeling was sign of sold. The time at the start of the year is still had. A plastic cost was off but doctor recommended that are just sorta wasted padding so i always might sure had my left hand with a little bit of padding. I got my jump onto to mike. Mike feel special and then are just sort of walked around and had a bit of a hamble with the other gars and everyone was sort of quenching jaws and and this is where the dice dots to get serious and some people deal with their nerves in their own. Y i always had to go to the toilet before every game of football i have applied and that told me that that my stomach was churning. Saimaa watch and i wasn't sake and i wasn't feeling poorly..
"paul kennedy" Discussed on Conversations
"Show people have special. You are lighter on and so anyway. I was shattered by that and and cried. And i thought dad was trying to sort of remove himself from any accusations of nepotism and and maybe some criticism from other parents at all. You'd speaking kid better. I look back now and of nine for quite some time. That was just a generous generous. He's he really wanted joy to go and they knew that all we get more shot and some it was absolutely honest and Andre came from a from a pretty solid family but dad was always looking at kids and ease light of some of the kids who died. Used to call battles Used to stop him in the straighten and thank him our. Thanks mr kennedy. You know they have applied much after the under twelve but he gave them a great experience he was he was the best couch. Just fade where. Everyone and i love that kids kids now when you being fair. Was you'll mama's bigger a forty fantasy debt. Yeah she loved for calling. Would my uncle. Bob plied under non teens for collingwood back in the dye. My uncle would mad calling. So that's way the calling would You know barrigan came from. She was also an elvis fan. What story did she tell you about her. Elvis actually you know if i if i'm sort of prizing parents being honest all the time. I've got to pick them up on this one. Mum told us that she is the date. Elvis and she we had these big mira was not not a clear. Mary had a big picture of elvis. On of these big elvis haid was ever. President has because a big mirror with offices hit anyway. She told us with a stroke fast that she used to go out with elvis presley and i believe because why would and i believe that right up until the time. Oh maybe i don't know and and a teacher told the teacher about this and the teacher picked me up on it and say that's not true. I said how would you said. Now it's true. Mom told me anyway. Cheese seed sort of argued against it said mawson be true and went home and i ask mom about said. This doesn't believe you and she said oh you have got to come. She died at elvis. No dreams and i was relieved. Sarah because You know i thought that. That motivates second choice but Siphon the knowledge that that was probably a fist choice. All that kicking it. The lamp post paid off. You made the southern stingrays a representative team. That was feed into the afl told me about the stingrays. What was the uniform. The stinger is we had a. We had an awful. I loved it at the time had we've had an awful Big brown stingray on our chest jumpers we yellow and white and back in the day though different material and we used to have Call us so. That was great. I love being sting. Riot are felt. Lucky to be selected. Inouye was standup junior. I was a good junior and from my club is playa but for my sort of sixteen seventeen started to pick up and and sort of get more on my dad's physique and Yeah it was selected in the southern stingrays and yeah they. They used to do stories in the herald sun. I'd never had nine in the pipe before except for the local one and Recruiters turned up to watch. Exile plas- would coach our was greg hutchison ex and annex. Melvin playa It was just it was a joy to ply in that competition in is dies. Everything was new the the grounds with we plant..
"paul kennedy" Discussed on Conversations
"I didn't lock that are d. And that you had to be told what to wear. You know thought it was a hit my my risk So i came up with a scheme. Where i i wrote in my diary fight nine and if i address so that if stopped by the cop circus folk that ever is my as my identification than you know. Wouldn't have to pay the fines. They were there. Were set up. That diet saw school and we arrived and they The young policeman wife mia or but i was pretty cocky on you mama. My plan was foolproof. Adams say goodbye and he's You know it though for these helmet to the bucket so there i was with the policemen and and he was very nice which i remember and that that shocked me because i'd had an incident with police a about a year before where i was i was crook from school and i was off. I hit the flu actually of his winning to catch the down which gamma football way. My my school schoolmates. Applying on the way to the bus stop ago pulled over. I had my big coach. Benei skaff gloves and the cops thought. I looked like a burglar that had been in the area so threw me over the bonnet and tells me in. The back of the car eventually realized they mistake. But you know it's sort of a bit of a chip on my showed at the police from that that point but this young cop who pulled me over for not having a helmet of his lovely and we had a good chat and my mike address nigm. Which was billy wyatt from. A movie called stealing. Han starring jodie foster witches my favorite movie at the time..
"paul kennedy" Discussed on Conversations
"What about your mom. What were what some of the more interesting jobs she had. When you were growing up on mom had had a few jobs so when she was at home with us when we roll baby under five some an inch she had some some part time jobs so that the best one was she worked at the local roller city week in sacred and all that was a hell of applies place. She was the manager. I think she might have claimed. The toilets did. The payrolls did everything but my oldest sister was was old enough. These least do a little bit of work but a part-time work so she got to serve said the soft drinks behind the counter may and my brother and my little sister. We used to stack the skates that dirty. Filthy browned skates Which paper would return. We'd put him up into the rack and if they were really disgusting we'd put some white powder in them. You know. I know what the what patter is you know. I assumed it was toxic but at the shift Mom used to give us the the case to gallon up in the The pinball machines. I've been up. Depending machines get all the twenty coins and then fade them back in and the pennies. We felt like we. We felt like royalty. That mom was the coin of the roller skating rink. And and we were princes and princesses and and on top of that. We got the sky. I i love I love skating. I thought it was pretty good. And i look back at seven and They'll probably bailey bailey holding my but Greg thompson the roller skating rink and then and then mom. She went back to school and she she left school left school when she was fifteen. When she went back to school to study social work she just loved it and One of the greatest photos we've got to his mom receiving who deployments wearing her gown and then she went in and spend the.
"paul kennedy" Discussed on Caught Offside
"Bat. it's it's horrifying. Paul kennedy tweeted this. I just found it. I was afraid. I couldn't find the tweet. Kennedy who is the editor in chief of soccer. America grit follow since january. First twenty twenty thirteen coaches all foreigners without previous pro. Coaching experience in usa are canada. Have held mls headquartered jobs. Only one has a winning record during that timeframe and that's ronnie dahlia of the nyc and you can even argue that the job he's done has not torn up any trees what that is. That's interesting it. I think there is a a specificity about this league on. About the way the game is conducted here and about signings and abo- travel unopposed. Everything and it suits the guys who have been to this rodeo before and remember they spent thirteen million cincinnati. Did on brenner Brazilian four entering the season. He has nine goal contributions this season which is tied for forty six in. Mls just not getting enough out of no guys that you are investing in no I remember how excited we were about that. Signing but yet. I didn't dare next. Move will surely be someone with with background in the league. Abia a baluchi gonzales. Maybe lucci gonzalez moves moves north. We shall see we shall see. That's about it for me my friend yet. Just one quick in it's only week since jimmy greaves passed away but liverpool's record league goalscorer. Roger hunt has died age eighty three. The club of announced tonto was also part of england's nine hundred sixty six world winning line-up scored an unrivalled two hundred forty four league goals for the reds. So i saw this stat about him. Which is pretty amazing to me. Jj because oftentimes. When i see the numbers like that that are that high goals scored for a player. You think. I wonder how many penalties are in there that it takes away from it. But how about this. For roger hunt so the staff here at liverpool's second highest goalscorer of all time with two hundred eighty five goals only one of which was a penalty. That is really. That's what it says here. Only one of the two hundred eighty five was a penalty. that's insane that is elite level goalscoring from open play. It's it's sad for the passing of these great legends but if it does one thing it serves to show that you know pre primarily and back in the day there were own believable players and strikes putting up unbelievable numbers i mean hunt and greaves combined. What frontline that would have been So rest in peace to To roger hunt and do grey player That's about all we got for. Today we will be back later. This week probably thursday with a recap of the midweek champions league action and jj. We're only about a week away from another international break which i'm now in a weird place in life where i can't wait for them. I need more international breaks. I know andrew the it's also an exciting time for us. We're very busy in those international breaks. We don't get a chance to breathe. So yeah the word break is not the right word. It's not a break for us. The international frenzy is about a week away. Yeah and and and we also take on the hopes and dreams of an entire nation on our backs. We sure do you. And i do the team. We we shouldered away. Oh no we take. We shorter all of it. Because we we are the vessel through which they transmit their fears and executives and an air. Go we take on some of them and that's a great point. This was a lot of fun. Our thanks again to danny higginbotham. We back with you later. This week talk some champions league. Jj say check later father gambling..
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"paul kennedy" Discussed on 600 WREC
"South bound Endsley Avenue on 20th Street. Two lanes are blocked and you can see those ladies are starting to show up on our map. Two and again. I told you they were showing up. On the Outback monster. Just feel where is you travel in that area? Still not a lot of people in the role. But if this doesn't clear up and the next few next half hour, so this could cause some major problems for folks trying to get to where they're also, they're trying to get also got this crash on. I 22 westbound at Cordova. Gorgeous, a road some with some lame Bach is there, so just be aware of that? Parts of I 22 is only two lane. So just be aware as you travel to your destination towards Jasper. You could experience some delays. All right, some master Dr Town for you, pal. CD 4 59 22 minutes. Trust you to downtown 16 Mention who went downtown and 11 minute commute, Janice. Thanks Oy and update in the search for a double murder suspect in Alexander City. Investigators believe that they have found the car belonging to Actually Paul Kennedy, but he has not been found. Detectives believe that Kennedy lived with the two victims, Stephanie Moz and her son, Cody. They believe that Kennedy and Stephanie Moz war dating there is now a $2000 reward for information leading to Kennedy's arrest. Update Now to a disturbing and heartbreaking case we told you about from East Alabama, A man charged in the death of his girlfriend's five year old son is now out of jail on bond. Army Sergeant Brian Stars accused of stopping the car in Russell County and telling five year old Austin Bird's eye to get out as a form of punishment. Police say the child wandered off, though, and sadly was hit by another car and killed sergeant stars charged with reckless murder and expected to appear in court in about a month. New this morning. One death too many. But Alabama state troopers do say that they had about a 30% decrease in traffic deaths over the holiday. The Thanksgiving holiday troopers investigated eight traffic related deaths this year compared to 11 last year. Decrease comes after Leah hired more than 100 new troopers since the start of the year. Alabama Secretary of State is honoring those who helped in the November election, which will have an historic turn out. As you know. Secretary of State John Real handed out Gold Medallion awards Wednesday afternoon, the highest award, his office can't be stove. Stadium, a Alabama power and Alabam Office of Information technology. We're honored for making sure there was no interruption in the the election after Hurricane Zeta, rolling from the U. S Department of Education, says that only dogs can board a plane as a service. Animal of that decision also says that animals used for emotional support. Do not count as service animals. Airlines had asked the government to review that issue, saying that they were concerned that some passengers were passing off their pets as service animals when they really were not. The United Nations No longer list. Cannabis has one of the most dangerous drugs. Up. Until now, Marijuana has been categorized as a scheduled four drug Samos heroin They now classified as a schedule one drug meeting. They believe it has a legitimate medical use. Although the U. N has not Claverie classified one of the components of cannabis THC. That's the part that Get you high. Many countries look to the U N for guidance when it comes to the marijuana still have this morning why UPS is putting new limits on some large retailers as the holiday shopping surges. It was just heartbreaking. All I could think of was like, Is everyone safe?.
"paul kennedy" Discussed on Medicare for All
"Towards Medicare for all within the private insurance system like leaving it intact you end up with all these perverse incentives and it's really difficult. Yeah and I think that just shows why Medicare for all really does have to be all. It has to be everybody in nobody out. It's so hard to get there incrementally because you know to have these different tiers of insurance coverage it's so hard to to navigate without everyone just being the same. So what's next the the Senate? Let's talk about the Senate Ben. Well if you weren't depressed already so the Senate obviously a Republican controlled The Senate has been able to like get its act together and Democrats and Republicans have worked out deals for a number of relief packages already but now things are starting to look ugly. Like it's GonNa be really hard to pay potentially pass anything even a cares to act at all through the Senate side and democratic leadership on the Senate side Chuck Schumer has not said anything about healthcare coverage or relief for the for those who've lost healthcare. As far as I've been able to see he's been talking about all other priorities like aid for cities and towns and states rent support elections reform. You know letting you vote by mail or online saving the Postal Service Hazard paver social workers. These are all extraordinarily important things But all of them seem to be on above healthcare relief In the Senate side for Democrats and then when you look at Republicans Mitch. Mcconnell has been saying that he's going to start demanding concessions if he wants to do anymore aid packages so he says well you know maybe we can do aid for a relief for states and municipalities. But if we do that he wants all these other crazy. Shit like liability reform to protect healthcare providers businesses and employees from lawsuits. I I assume he's thinking here of wants businesses start opening up. People are GONNA GET CORONA virus from opening too soon states especially Republican states. And He's thinking in advance of all the people who are going to get sued for like infecting customers by being unsafe. And he wants them not to be sued for that. Good Job Mitch. Really looking out for the little guys here. Get your aid but grandma has today. Yeah sorry and he wants to make sure that you know. Grandma's family doesn't get anything in return. If if an employer for example does something Super Unsafe That exposes their customers so And there are Senate Republicans who are pushing for other things or saying okay. Maybe we'll do some relief. But we want tax cuts like you've heard president trump saying well a payroll tax would really be good for this crisis. Like what the fuck are you talking about? There's no one. No one is working. What are we going to do the payroll tax? That's just going to create a massive deficit because we're obviously spending much more than normal So ever a time for redistribution. That's right Oh my God so this is the crazy shit. That's going to go down in the Senate so it's a question Stephanie. Whether any healthcare relief is GonNa make it on the Senate side. Yeah and it's a weird that they're not even like proposing an expansion of insurance public insurance just as a signal to the base to let them know you know what we're gonNA fight for and create a contrast between ourselves and the Republican Party going into this super important election they can they can even know that. Republicans are GONNA kill it dead in the water so they don't even have to be worried about proposing something that will ask actually go through And then they would also force Republicans to vote against something that would almost certainly be very popular giving people insurance at a time that they're losing insurance and I guess they just want to signal at all that they're moving in the direction of more public unless private insurance because you know I just don't think that's where his heart is an another thing to mention is that Only the Sanders Bill has been introduced on the is going to be introduced in the Senate side. There is no as of now. There's no version of the Scott. Dingle Bill The Pelosi sort of leadership bill on the Senate side and there is no John. Paul Kennedy Bill on the Senate side so as of right now the sanders. Bill is the only game in town but I wouldn't be surprised if we see some version of that Cobra expansion coming from Chuck Schumer and Senate leadership all right. So now that we've talked about our friends time to talk about our enemies. We've talked a lot on this podcast about the Partnership for America's Healthcare Future. The New Front Group of the health industry created explicitly to fight Medicare for all. Well they have got some new competition now from an other than the coke brothers who have just launched a new multimillion dollar healthcare reform campaign that they are contrasting with Medicare for all Ben. Can you tell us a little bit about this new campaign so ah appears to be a well financed national campaign? They've done like they've done like focus groups. They've done They've done public. They paid for National Public Opinion. Polling Americans for prosperity is one of these right wing groups that actually does have like a grassroots space. Unlike Americans for unlike the Partnership for America's healthcare future which is just like a collection of corporations and their lobbyists so and again if you live in kind of a more liberal state you may not be as familiar with Americans for prosperity. They're much stronger and kind of red and purple states and So they're pushing for reforms. I was confused because they have a press. Release that says quote Medicare for all and similar proposals only double down on the failures. If a system that ties the hands of patients and caregivers. They don't fix the problems that this crisis has revealed. I beg to differ Americans for prosperity. I think this would fix the problems. This crisis has revealed like not having enough providers and not having access to everyone not having testing but their actual proposes once you dig in or really weird actually none of them have to do with health care coverage They want to make telehealth an option And they want to remove occupational and licensing scope of practice restrictions Then they want to make permanent some changes by the Food and Drug Administration They basically want to remove a lot of requirements that you know drugs beef found to be effective and safe before rolling them out to the public Then they also want to They say they want to let patients access experimental treatments that have been proven to be safe. I also beg to differ Punahou part and then they wanted to create a commission to explore additional reforms. So it's a little weird like Medicare for all really doesn't ask the delivery system Basically just changes how we pay for everything in a way that you know we cover everyone. And it's universal insurance system and their saying don't do Medicare for all instead. You should do these other things which are basically deregulating. The delivery system in the drug system So Stephanie what's your original thoughts on this. What maybe a massive national campaign from the right that we're going to have to deal with here. Yeah it didn't seem like any of these. Proposals were really written from like a patient. Centered Perspective shocker. For exactly there was one piece in their proposal. Oldest read it. They want to make that drugs and vaccines that have been approved in the EU and Japan would be automatically approved so if a drug is approved e or Japan. You know right now. It's not the case that they're automatically approved but Congress can change this by requiring the FDA to automatically approved these new drugs and devices that have been approved by nations who's drug approval processes. We trust minute onto there's someone. There's some countries missing from this list. Japan like what are the other one countries that are like kind of close to Canada is Canada's shitless what exactly why can't why isn't? Canada Americans for prosperity just could not bring themselves to and I guess now the UK would be left out of that list as well right they. I don't know if they're keeping up with what's going all English speaking countries. Yeah exactly and Australia's on that list either but the reason I thought it was really funny that they were leaving out. Canada is because that has been you know. There's been a huge argument for why we can't import drugs from Canada and that's for safety. Reasons can trust that. Canada is doing the same rigorous testing of drugs. That we're doing when of course it's obviously because you know we'd be able to use. We'd be able to get those drugs for cheaper because Canada negotiates for on behalf of their patients so that patients can afford medication and this would be a huge boon for us if we could use that. Negotiation and port are group's from Canada. But right well you'll you'll note. Americans for prosperity does not want us to import drugs. They also don't want it to allow us to negotiate drug costs. They just what the judge should be approved so that we can get the same drugs that Europe and Japan as and pay four times as much for them. It's a win win right and some of this you know and I suspect a lot of the drug stuff is just very clearly trying to provide cover for trump who has been like pushing hydroxy clerk win for treatment of Corona virus without any you know Evidence based reason to think that it would work or that it would be safe for people In fact there's there's some initial evidence that there are safety concerns that it may not work so you know there's a in the American prosperity saying we want to eliminate the requirement that a drug be shown to be effective and that will years off of the normal FDA drug. They actually say this they say the requirement that drug be shown to be effective. Which is usually you. Don't put that into a press. Release you use some legalese language. So this is the crazy new Americans for prosperity right wing campaign but connecting back to earlier topic. I would not be surprised if we see some of the stuff on the Senate side freight where they're going to say sure we'll give aid to states and cities but we want to make permanent. These changes that the FDA has made and start deregulating making the drug approval process even worse than it is now and it's not very good right now. So weird unlike Medicare for all. This is not a cohesive vision for how we should run our healthcare system. It just like a patchwork of industry demands on how they can sort of boost their stocks and their profits that they make. Yeah but it's it also could be a dangerous new approach. I've been kind of wandering after repeal and replace just like totally fell flat on. Its face what was going to be the new right-wing approach and this could be the you know similar to the way that the right approach is like abortion access They don't take a front on approach to it. They don't try. And you know while they do try and repeal. Roe v Wade especially now with change the supreme court but for decades now. They've been finding ways to chip away at. You know the actual ability of providers to provide abortion services by saying you have to have hallways this wide you have to. Have you know these extra licenses and requirements for providers? That are very hard in the So maybe they're trying to do this with the healthcare system to it's just gonNa be like well. We can't win with a full on frontal attack on the affordable care act and public health insurance. So we're just going to try and Chisel away at all of the protections that we have and all of the the little things and so I don't want to dismiss. This approach is non coherent even though it is kind of ridiculous and on coherent say worry a little bit that it represents a new approach to right wing assault on our access to healthcare. Oh yeah definitely worry that while leftists are out like I'm too radical for working within the system and that's kind of to be honest so we're we're just self but we're going to have to keep an eye on this movement going forward and really be careful about it so on the topic of our enemies. Excuse me I don't have grown up on the topic of our enemies Some interesting developments with the health insurance industry. Obviously they're having their way trying to get a they're pushing hard for Congress to give them a bailout but around the same time that they've been demanding you know these subsidies for Cobra and they've been threatening that corona virus will be so expensive for their members that they're going to have to jack up premiums by forty percent for next year. They also have to have phone calls with their investors. You know with their stock owners and they tell a very different narrative to the people who are who owned them And you know at the end of each quarter. This is often when these stockholder conference calls. Take place so You know the end of the first quarter was very good for health insurance companies. They almost all saw increases in income and prophets and that's because even though they were paying extra money to treat people the people who got corona virus As you've probably heard people are not getting almost all the other types of healthcare right any elective procedures are being put off. Because they're worried. If you go to a hospital you can increase your risk Somewhat of getting virus and if you can put it off a lot of people are putting it off. So that is actually a moneymaker for the insurance companies and all together. They're doing very well so their first quarter profits were good And then they have their stockholder calls and pretty much. Every large health insurance company in the country has been telling their stock owners that they expect to meet or exceed their profit projections for twenty twenty and for twenty twenty one so they do not see corona virus as a crisis for their profits. But they're crying wolf to Congress right. They're saying this is going to be a crisis for us. You have to bail us out. Stephanie what do you think of our good friends? The health insurance.
"paul kennedy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Have the potential of few coastal showers from channel nine Eyewitness News I'm meteorologist Kissinger creamy state security triple team traffic I. four eastbound is heavy coming in through Paul Kennedy did champions gate Osceola parkway to five thirty five then universal the Kirk manage add through the parks little bit heavy now coming in from OP T. up to Lee thirty to forty minutes off and on and you'll be so would make them for thirty six for thirty four and forty six to the bridge westbound downtown the latest part of colonial than obesity does the turnpike St Lake passenger for the parkway also you'll the parkway past the four twenty nine we're gonna crash on John Young south on before Pleasantville with traffic alerts every six minutes in the morning we're helping you get to work on time I'm Jacki o'brien news ninety six point five W. DPO Hey Sean Hannity here every time I am in Orlando while I'm blown away by the amount of traffic and nothing is more frustrating getting stock and when traffic is a major problem news ninety six five W. DPO will break into my show with the red alert traffic report when there's a major problem in traffic will give you the info right away when you are stuck in traffic we are right here for you and with you this is where Orlando turns for frequent traffic alerts news ninety six five W. D. B. O. Sean Hannity news ninety six point five W. DPO Orlando's news next our final news roundup and information overload our word socialism some people like it young people like those of us like maybe.
"paul kennedy" Discussed on KCRW
"We got people that are listening here and we're going to win this thing and Mike is the man Mike is only short in stature Mike's got a big heart he's in town stolen in trump he has also got a lot more money than trump does he is he's a billionaire he is completely self financing his campaign and that has been a central question about his campaign that that he might be trying to buy this democratic nomination how does he get past that well he says he's not beholden to anyone since its own it's his own money he's also promised to spend a billion dollars to defeat trump no matter who the democratic nominee is I talked with retired marine general Paul Kennedy who's working with Bloomberg's campaign and he told me an endorsement like Spencer's today could bring more like it I'm not sure I I could predict who's going to join us but I think that they're they're gonna be inspired by an event like today when they see a leader like Richard Spencer making the statement that he made I think that they will follow suit and if that happens it would certainly undermine trump's claim to have the military behind him thank you David you're welcome not as NPR's David welna reporting today from Norfolk Virginia we'll talk more about the Democrats in a moment but first I want to talk about another trump firing lieutenant colonel Alexander van in the Ukraine expert at the National Security Council who became a star witness during the house impeachment hearings it has been escorted out of the White House I want to talk about this with David Brooks of the New York times looking at studio David good beer and Egidio no the Washington post's whose new book is called code red thank you bless you good to be with you so just to backtrack a little bit we obviously have the Senate impeachment trial this week where president trump was acquitted and here is some of the emotional sort of audio we heard on the Senate floor where Mitt Romney was the only Republican to cast a single vote in favor of impeachment here's what he had to say before he did that my face is at the heart of who I am.
"paul kennedy" Discussed on WTOP
"Trips dropped about four percent average toll prices paid jumped in both the morning and afternoon to seven forty six and four sixty four it was even more in September as summer vacations and did we not says construction work adding eastbound lane is slowing traffic by ten percent from falls church to Rosalyn speeds during the old HOV hours are slower than before tolling started a few years ago speeds in the expanded hours are faster maximize WTOP news concerns about Chinese hackers have prompted metro to reconsider using a state owned company in China to build the next series of rail cars a Washington post reports metro is no longer considering China railway rolling stock corporation after Congress passed a bill prohibiting transit agencies from making purchases like that Virginia senator mark Warner released a statement saying Congress takes the issue of cyber security seriously especially in this case when the rail cars would be used in the nation's capital he was arrested years ago on voyeurism charges in the district and now the same guy is charged with twenty counts of possessing child porn Fairfax county police say they were tipped off by forty eight year old John Paul Kennedy's internet service provider police lieutenant rex pads ray tells NBC for we are covered in the least I've saved hundreds of child **** images and videos we did get twenty warrants for possession of child **** he says the investigation of the former government contractor isn't over so more charges could be coming Kennedy was arrested in the district five years ago for attempting to take illegal voyeuristic videos at area swimming pools sandy Cosell WTOP news a man who saved lives during a mass shooting in Virginia beach is being honored city leaders have named a post office after him vowing to never forgets what he did Ryan Keith **** was one of twelve people who died in that shooting last year in may his father II ray **** says always be remembered as a hero now we also on the way he lives will probably die witnesses say **** save lives and sacrificed his own helping guide people to safety as the shooting was happening your credit score could soon.
"paul kennedy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Thunderstorms bring another front from channel nine am chief meteorologist Tom Terry alert from the six we've got the turnpike northbound shut down past state road fifty your best bet is to get off there and take that for a while you can reconnect I believe in Handcock road and get back up to the turnpike but as of right now turnpike northbound shut down past state road fifty if you're on the four seventeen southbound just past the beach side for seventeen reportedly still shut down you get exited the beach sign go Weston take nor kusi down if you're coming up north you've got the lady's looks like from moss park road up so not to see your alternate there as well I for ease founded we have you coming up through Paul Kennedy champions gate Aucilla parkway to five thirty five a girlfriend of four await colonial to lead then it make when you've got a crash in the right lane at the on ramp also so for seventeen the bridge was found ablaze Fairbanks the colonial John Young to the turnpike said like passenger for park wait for seventeen now or one ninety to pass the four twenty nine with traffic alerts every six minutes in the morning we're helping you get to work on time I'm Jacki o'brien is ninety six point five W. D. BO get where you're going faster traffic alerts every six minutes early no traffic at its worst we give you traffic every six minutes or three times a day when you need it most traffic every six minutes in the morning this is news ninety six five W. D. B. O. Sean Hannity on news ninety six point five W. D. B. Orlando's news and talk.
"paul kennedy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Visible almost scorching more nights tomorrow PK I I hope we we have you on again I'm assuming we will help this wasn't too too much for you know eight this would be great I love it it is I'm gonna have to take at least an hour and a half now we'll have to get ready I need to get ready for this to get ready for next time yeah in my courting you have to get the the home version the power play that's right that's right so what we thank you so much for it we appreciate it will make sure we're watching you throughout the the telecast today on sun sports check about Paul Kennedy here on military appreciation night that's right that's right always appreciation that's right that will be thanks BK we appreciate it absolutely before I there goes the greats Paul Kennedy what a nice guy a great professional and glad to have him on the show here his debut on lightning power play in newsradio WFLA alright the pre game is up next we're getting set for lightning and Rangers you're gonna hear from Paul Kennedy Davis get Phil Esposito Eric Roland said Tyler matter rats from SiriusXM HR radio John Cooper and so much more it's coming up next on leading power play and news radio WFLA our money matters on your mind here's David Graham with today's money minute David spade he really looked at what's happening with you you look good easy shock here at the CMA's CMA stands for cowboys making albums that's not what you want to be three on A. B. C. four in tomorrow at the crack of dawn four AM bringing you the big stories happening right now around a trouble spot and stormed in force for cash updated overnight so you can prepare working for you no matter what time you wake up tomorrow starting at four.