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Global to commission original podcasts

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03:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Global to commission original podcasts

"Jilani has powerful friends presidents bill clinton and donald trump. I just wish her well. Frankly hunting jilin global original podcast global the media. Entertainment group prevented a podcast commissioning. Partnership with denso's story lab they're ray content investor producer and distributor operated by advertising agency. The first podcast to be produced his hunting jalen her story about jilin maxwell it'll be presented by jones. We need in his first project since leaving the bbc. Paul bane have announced podcast wellness week a week. Daily panels and speakers about mental health meditation and a positive mindset from november thirtieth events. Free to watch live pod. Smooch is a new service allowing podcast is to have one place for that. Episode's merchandise and sponsor links megaphone now appears to support vast her method of allowing multiple third party companies to serve ads on podcasts nineteen and their support in september. A write up of the recent podcast day online highlighted. Some yougov studies into podcasting. Saying the bbc sounds the most popular podcast app in the uk. That app only includes podcasts. And a handful of third party the winners of the portuguese podcast awards were announced. We've the full list to which we've added. Podcast hosts as well. Congratulations if you're one of those winners pods claims to recommend podcasts. Specifically for you and allows you to keep your existing podcast player. Alana source now has been announced as the new head of marketing audience development for podcast one. And how discoverable is your podcast. Headliner has released the podcast. Discover ability greater a free tool to help. It gives us a score of ninety percent marking us down for not being with a cool kids on instagram. And podcast news. The piper is a new drama from something else for the bbc. A modern take on the pied piper fairy tale stars thames in auschwitz and a soundtrack by bat for lashes. Natasha khan the corona virus. Radio ideas awards took place yesterday. Two podcast awards in there the best podcast creativity and entertainment when to bbc. Radio four's comedy podcast. Now wash your hands while the best podcast long form. Storytelling went to the spanish language. Post scandal lose from podium. Podcasts produced by longtime pod news reader. Francesco is a sweetser. All of the witnesses links from our show notes now newsletter. Today race at work is new from the harvard. Business review you can hear leaders from business and governments trace their personal journeys with rice equity and inclusion and learn from their mistakes and their triumphs and the london philharmonic orchestra has launched lp offstage exploring the lights of castro musicians. Covers everything from how to keep your instruments in working order to life on the road as a classical musician.

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Epstein ex Maxwell denied getting Prince Andrew sex partners

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Epstein ex Maxwell denied getting Prince Andrew sex partners

"The former girlfriend of Jeffrey Epstein denied knowing anything about alleged sexual misconduct with underage girls calling the accusations lies in a twenty sixteen deposition Elaine Maxwell was deposed in twenty sixteen denying allegations she introduced Britain's prince Andrew to underage girls accuser Virginia Jeffrey has accused Jeffrey Epstein of arranging for her to have sexual encounters with numerous influential men and allege that Maxwell recruited girls and schedule those encounters the deposition has just been made public and even though names were blacked out slate has reported it could decide first some of the redactions involving prince Andrew and former president Bill Clinton who had flown on Epstein's private planes Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to recruiting girls Epstein died last year in prison hi Jackie Quinn

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Vote,Vote, Vote!

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

06:22 min | Last month

Vote,Vote, Vote!

"Welcome to cats Miss and Mysteries. I'm kept crumb today real Ruckus Ray. I know you were watching the quote debate intensely. What was your takeaway? Well kid, there were a lot of subtleties and that's what real Ruckus it's all about separating the chaff from the wheat, but the obvious messages will be rehashed over and over the fowl obvious things that were said by Mister Trump and mr. Biden you can catch on your podcast and mass media and and wherever you take in your news, but what I'm going to do is I'm gonna forget about my fact-checkers and forget about my constitutional historical professors and I'm going to talk about one key message. Okay, r a little trepidation. What would that message be that message is vote and I'm going to cover a lot of interesting territory on this kit. All right. We'll take it away Ray. Okay with all and I've just said talking to mr. Crum and the back of your head. The question comes out. Why vote now, this was something that was it was his life on by both the president and the vice president. Mr. Trump and mr. Biden. So I I asked a question. Why vote most of us walk around in a naively Elevate wage state of impunity. No one is going to forcibly tell us what to do or limit where we can go. Nobody is going to kick down our door or drain our bank account. But this moment in time there is a raised awareness of civil rights now hang in with me on this because I'm bringing it all to him ahead to a point. This might be illustrated by peaceful protest wage. The civil rights that is these folks would declare their First Amendment right of freedom of speech now, if you're pro-nra, then you might cite the Second Amendment of the Constitution the right page. To bear arms these and many other protections come from a piece of paper the Constitution and yet if not enforce the Constitution becomes meaningless Le meaningless still may I ask you to question? Why vote if we allow the provisions of the Constitution to be ignored just once and only a single part because we agree with the ideology and other people in charge at any given moment in time, then you might as well start a racing aspects of the Constitution that you and they don't agree with thus rendering our constitutional democracy damaged again, I ask why vote a damaged and ignored Constitution like a bad case of poison oak may seem superficial at first but not burn that poison oak and inhale the smoke what was once superficial is now internal and damaging your lungs the problem, is that a damaged Constitution like damaged lungs Mekong. Around for a long time without a quick fix the question why vote now evolves into who do you vote for? Who do I put in a position of power? Well Article 2 of The Constitution is impossibly vague about the president's Powers. But if we were to look back over the past one hundred years there would be no denying an increase in what are called executive powers powers that bypass Congress you would see that presidents during that hundred year. Ruled by executive power rather than by Consulting with off and getting approval by the Constitution as a constitution says and with these executive powers, they direct a massive administrative state with jurisdiction over everything from Environmental Policy to regulation of the airwaves throughout the last hundred years presidents of waged undeclared war without Congressional confirmation. This would include Harry Truman in North birth. Korea President Richard Nixon and Cambodian President Bill Clinton in Bosnia Franklin Roosevelt imprisoned over 100,000 Americans during World War II numerous presidential called in federal troops to suppress working-class inserections, which ended in American death recently President George W bush secretly authorized spying on Americans inside the United States without any review from the courts these unregulated Powers accrue overtime and remain as a part of the Office of the President Bush is why it's important to not just vote but to examine who you are voting for and perhaps asking how will they address these unopposed Powers executive powers off then a constitution and political scholars believe there is a very real chance of our democracy failing In Our Lifetime with tyranny taking his place. That means somebody could kick in your wage. Or somebody could drain your bank account. Someone could tell you when and where you can go the fourth President of the United States. I was James Madison said factions formed public opinion spreads quickly particularly on issues that evoke ideology and passion people become polarized and look for opinions that mirror existing beliefs and isn't that where we are now as a country as people forming ideology based on passion and political opinions that mirror existing beliefs, so I say vote and vote carefully because a person you put in power maybe the first nail in the coffin of our constitutional democracy think about it off and remember question conventional wisdom, and don't believe everything you think.

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Why Vote?

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:54 min | 2 months ago

Why Vote?

"I'm Welcome to cats Miss and Mysteries. I'm kept crumb today real Ruckus Ray. I know you were watching the quote debate intensely. What was your takeaway? Well kid, there were a lot of subtleties and that's what real Ruckus it's all about separating the chaff from the wheat, but the obvious messages will be rehashed over and over the fowl obvious things that were said by Mister Trump and mr. Biden you can catch on your podcast and mass media and and wherever you take in your news, but what I'm going to do is I'm gonna forget about my fact-checkers and forget about my constitutional historical professors and I'm going to talk about one key message. Okay, r a little trepidation. What would that message be that message is vote and I'm going to cover a lot of interesting territory on this kit. All right. We'll take it away Ray. Okay with all and I've just said talking to mr. Crum and the back of your head. The question comes out. Why vote now, this was something that was it was his life on by both the president and the vice president. Mr. Trump and mr. Biden. So I I asked a question. Why vote most of us walk around in a naively Elevate wage state of impunity. No one is going to forcibly tell us what to do or limit where we can go. Nobody is going to kick down our door or drain our bank account. But this moment in time there is a raised awareness of civil rights now hang in with me on this because I'm bringing it all to him ahead to a point. This might be illustrated by peaceful protest wage. The civil rights that is these folks would declare their First Amendment right of freedom of speech now, if you're pro-nra, then you might cite the Second Amendment of the Constitution the right page. To bear arms these and many other protections come from a piece of paper the Constitution and yet if not enforce the Constitution becomes meaningless Le meaningless still may I ask you to question? Why vote if we allow the provisions of the Constitution to be ignored just once and only a single part because we agree with the ideology and other people in charge at any given moment in time, then you might as well start a racing aspects of the Constitution that you and they don't agree with thus rendering our constitutional democracy damaged again, I ask why vote a damaged and ignored Constitution like a bad case of poison oak may seem superficial at first but not burn that poison oak and inhale the smoke what was once superficial is now internal and damaging your lungs the problem, is that a damaged Constitution like damaged lungs Mekong. Around for a long time without a quick fix the question why vote now evolves into who do you vote for? Who do I put in a position of power? Well Article 2 of The Constitution is impossibly vague about the president's Powers. But if we were to look back over the past one hundred years there would be no denying an increase in what are called executive powers powers that bypass Congress you would see that presidents during that hundred year. Ruled by executive power rather than by Consulting with off and getting approval by the Constitution as a constitution says and with these executive powers, they direct a massive administrative state with jurisdiction over everything from Environmental Policy to regulation of the airwaves throughout the last hundred years presidents of waged undeclared war without Congressional confirmation. This would include Harry Truman in North birth. Korea President Richard Nixon and Cambodian President Bill Clinton in Bosnia Franklin Roosevelt imprisoned over 100,000 Americans during World War II numerous presidential called in federal troops to suppress working-class inserections, which ended in American death recently President George W bush secretly authorized spying on Americans inside the United States without any review from the courts these unregulated Powers accrue overtime and remain as a part of the Office of the President Bush is why it's important to not just vote but to examine who you are voting for and perhaps asking how will they address these unopposed Powers executive powers off then a constitution and political scholars believe there is a very real chance of our democracy failing In Our Lifetime with tyranny taking his place. That means somebody could kick in your wage. Or somebody could drain your bank account. Someone could tell you when and where you can go the fourth President of the United States. I was James Madison said factions formed public opinion spreads quickly particularly on issues that evoke ideology and passion people become polarized and look for opinions that mirror existing beliefs and isn't that where we are now as a country as people forming ideology based on passion and political opinions that mirror existing beliefs, so I say vote and vote carefully because a person you put in power maybe the first nail in the coffin of our constitutional democracy think about it off and remember question conventional wisdom, and don't believe everything you think. Well, this is

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Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg's life and legacy as she lies in repose

The Takeaway

02:36 min | 2 months ago

Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg's life and legacy as she lies in repose

"And tomorrow at the U. S. Supreme Court building. On Friday she will lie in state at the U. S. Capitol. She's the first woman ever to be given this honor all this week. We've been looking back at the life and legacy of Justice Ginsburg and we'll continue that today in 1993. When President Bill Clinton nominated Justice Ginsburg to the Supreme Court, he referred to her as quote the Thurgood Marshall of Gender Equality Law. Begins work herself sometimes pushed back on the comparison to Marshall and his trail blazing civil rights work. I'll take this opportunity to say I don't like the comparison of me. Deserving Marshall because my life was never in danger. His wass he went to his southern town in the morning. I couldn't be sure he'd be alive at the end of the day. I never had that. Kind of threat. That was Justice Ginsburg, speaking in 2018. While much of Ginsberg's legal work indicated clear understandings of racial discrimination, some critics have called out some of her more personal shortcomings when it came to race, for example, Like most of her male colleagues on the bench, she hired few law clerks who were black or people of color. Joining me now is Fatima Goss Graves, president of the National Women's Law, Center. Fatima, Thanks for being with me. Glad to be with you. So how did racial equality factor into some of justice Ginsburg's early legal work? One of the things that I think few people know is when she was at the two women's rights project. She out actually filed a really important Grief in the court in a case involving whether or not there should be the death penalty for rape. And she really used that case and that breathe Toa High light. Both the race tropes around sexual violence for black men. And also the way in which notions of purity that have been attached to white women that they actually are harmful to white women into everyone. And so you know, one of the things that I think may seem more quiet and subtle about her work is that she got really clearly the idea that we were all harmed by discrimination. We were all harm by Whatever form it took, whether is racism, sexism, disability discrimination that that is a through line throughout her work. In yesterday on this show. We've been

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"president bill clinton" Discussed on AP News

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01:37 min | 2 months ago

"president bill clinton" Discussed on AP News

"Is AP News I'm Rita full way the Senate's returning to Washington today, and Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is moving toward the first hearing this week. On a nominee to fill the seat on the Supreme Court left vacant by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. President Trump says he'll nominate a woman within days, rival Joe Biden says rushing this nomination. This close to a presidential election is wrong on a raw political move. This president and the Republican leader have decided to jam. A lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court. Through the United States Senate. It's the last thing we needed this moment. AP correspondent Ben Thomas Democrats are accusing Republicans of a double standard, citing their refusal to even call hearings for President Obama's pick Merrick Garland in the months ahead of the 2016 election. Former President Bill Clinton tells ABC is this week. Their position is do whatever maximizes your power, and if it's a totally inconsistent What you said before. Don't worry about it. Ben Thomas Washington. But Republicans like Senator Ted Cruz say I believe the right thing to do is for the Senate to take up this nomination and to confirm the nominee before Election Day, Senator Cruz was on ABC is this week. Almost 200,000 people in this country have now died from the Corona virus. This is, according to Johns Hopkins University arrested at the U. S Canadian border, a woman suspected of sending an envelope addressed to the White House with the poison rice in innit A woman expected to face federal charges. The letter was intercepted parts of Texas.

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Clinton describes 'conversation of a lifetime' with Ginsburg

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:23 min | 2 months ago

Clinton describes 'conversation of a lifetime' with Ginsburg

"Democratic Minority Leader Charles Schumer of New York, says Republican Majority leader Mitch McConnell. Should stick to his own words from four years ago and not replace a Supreme Court justice in an election year after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is death Friday night, And on that note, former President Bill Clinton nominated Ruth Bader Ginsburg to the Supreme Court back in 93. While he talked this morning on CBS's face the Nation. About why he made that choice. It's before she ever even went on the court of Appeals. She done enough to save American law for a generation. Then I read the court of Appeals decisions. And I really was. Intrigue so and monitor the White House. Come talk to me. And she came on a Sunday night. And we weren't interrupted. An actress. She been er about 10 minutes. I just knew That I wanted to appoint her because I wanted somebody. Who was open minded Passionately committed to equality. And capable of working. In the setting of the Supreme Court. I figured of all the people admitted she had the best judgment. On with the work with others whenever she could and when to stand up when she couldn't stand it anymore. Mr. Clinton also called her an astonishing human being and said she turned out to be even better than he thought.

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Biden to GOP senators: Don't jam through Ginsburg nominee

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Biden to GOP senators: Don't jam through Ginsburg nominee

"The death of Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has jolted the presidential campaign just six weeks before the election and the several states are already voting I will be putting forth the nominee next week it will be president trump campaign rally Saturday night in North Carolina president is gone through this process a couple times already Marc short chief of staff to the vice president and he said that pertain interview and get to know a lot of candidates on the list and I don't think it'll take this long but Democrats are accusing Republicans of a double standard citing the refusal to even call hearings for president Obama's pick Merrick garland in the months ahead of the twenty sixteen election former president Bill Clinton tells ABC's this week their position is that whatever maximizes your power and if it's a totally inconsistent with what you said before don't worry about it and Thomas Washington

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Biden to GOP senators: Don't jam through Ginsburg nominee

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Biden to GOP senators: Don't jam through Ginsburg nominee

"The death of Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has jolted the presidential campaign just six weeks before the election and the several states are already voting I will be putting forth the nominee next week it will be president trump campaign rally Saturday night in North Carolina president is gone through this process a couple times already Marc short chief of staff to the vice president and he said that pertain interview and get to know a lot of candidates on the list and I don't think it'll take this long but Democrats are accusing Republicans of a double standard citing the refusal to even call hearings for president Obama's pick Merrick garland in the months ahead of the twenty sixteen election former president Bill Clinton tells ABC's this week their position is that whatever maximizes your power and if it's a totally inconsistent with what you said before don't worry about it and Thomas Washington

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Ginsburg's death sets up tense political fight over replacement

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

01:29 min | 2 months ago

Ginsburg's death sets up tense political fight over replacement

"A champion of women's rights and other causes, has died from complications related to metastatic pancreatic cancer. The high court made the sad announcement late yesterday. President Bill Clinton appointed Ginsberg to the bench in 1993, the first appointment by a Democrat in 26 years and just the second woman ever on the Supreme Court comas Tammy Matanza reports on the tributes coming in. It is a sad day for America, Losing a feminist icon and champion for civil rights and touching tributes have been pouring in across the feeds near Journey. Durkin just tweeting this a short time ago, saying Devastating, Ah pioneer who inspired so many particularly young girls. We must extend her legacy by continuing the fight for true equity for upholding the Constitution and for a country that lives up to its promise. Now, just a skins. Berg's death is just 45 days before the presidential election, which means the Supreme Court Hasn't open seat comma political analyst Ron Dots Our says the implications will be huge that he believes the process for her replacement should be a careful consideration. But I think the politics of it the way this lines up. It would be very, very risky for the GOP in the Senate to try to ram through A nominee before November, 3rd. Now I put the emphasis on November 3rd because all bets are off after the elections. Let's go. Most damning Matanza reporting. The great wheel was dark last

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg, aka 'Notorious RBG,' was an unparalleled cultural icon

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02:32 min | 2 months ago

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, aka 'Notorious RBG,' was an unparalleled cultural icon

"Ruth Bader Ginsburg, dubbed in later years, the notorious RBG was the second woman ever to serve on the Supreme Court began her tenure in 1993 President Bill Clinton. Appointed her before that she had a celebrated career as an attorney fighting for equal rights for women. She eventually became a cultural icon for women and Americans of all generations. Lots of local reaction to the death of Ginsberg as of yesterday, one of our former law clerks now sharing a profound impact. Civil rights champion had on her own life and career. For this we go to Komal is Joel Marino small and simple gesture for an icon of the legal community. As people gathered the Seattle center toe honor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, she really wanted to ensure that every American heavy equal rights viewed by many as the legal architect of the civil rights movement. In 2002. Ginsburg took on a young and aspiring law clerk who is now a professor at the University of Washington. I feel like I couldn't really hoped for much better of a life in the life that she designed and lived. Elizabeth Porter was there is landmark opinions were forged on same sex rites and affirmative action cases. The experience would shape our own understanding of life. The law in the fight for equality that continues to this day. This is a political tragedy for the country, In my view, were deeply polarized place and we're losing an important steadying voice. Ginsberg herself faced discrimination coming out of law school and turned that into a lifelong quest for equality for all Americans. I think she wass absolutely the best sort of patriot. Aside from a storied career, Porter says Ginsberg loved art and music and was surrounded by people She loved. I can celebrate a beautiful Joyous life well lived. Whatever happens next, Professor Porter says she hopes the legitimacy of the Supreme Court doesn't get dragged down by political scheming in the upcoming appointment process. Now Coleman's Molly Shen reading Governor, Jay Anjali statement on Ginsberg's death, saying, We lost one of the greatest American Patriots to ever serve on the U. S. Supreme Court. Until he went on to say Justice. Ginsburg was a public servant who kept America true to its purpose. She never shied away from vigorously dissenting when the court set back the course of justice. Anjali is among the dozens of politicians and celebrities taking to social media to mourn Justice Ginsburg. They also include former President Bill Clinton, who appointed her. Clinton called Ginsberg a magnificent judge on a wonderful person come on

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Remembering RBG

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:28 min | 2 months ago

Remembering RBG

"Court. That was the sound of spontaneous vigil last night in memory of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is word of her death spread Tim and Al Jones. She was appointed to the high court in 1993 by President Bill Clinton. And in recent years, Ruth Bader Ginsburg served as the senior member of the court's liberal wing down on issues such as same sex marriage, voting rights and abortion. This is Something central to a woman's. Life to her dignity. It's a decision that she must make along the way. Ginsberg developed Rock star status for her scathing Descents her famed exercise routine. And her view of the law. Talking to Stephen Colbert about her moniker, the Notorious RBG. Happy's The Notorious B. I G, a famous rapper. Sure Biggie. Every people ask. What do you have in common? Which in notorious B. I G said, we have one thing in common. And that is we were both born and red. In Brooklyn. A Ginsburg was well known for the work she did before taking the bench when she served as an advocate for the American Civil Liberties Union. She became the architect of a legal strategy to bring cases to the courts that would ensure the 14th amendment's guarantee of equal protection applied to gender. Vacancy gives President

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died

"Sounded the spontaneous visual record of the death of Justice Ginsburg, age 87 more in her life and work with Tintin wins out Jones. She was appointed to the High court in 1993 by President Bill Clinton and in recent years Ruth Bader Ginsburg served as the senior member of the court's liberal wing on issues such a same sex, marriage, voting rights and abortion. This is Something central to a woman's. Life to her dignity. It's a decision that she must make along the way. Ginsberg developed Rock star status for her scathing Descents her famed exercise routine. And her view of the law.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg: US Supreme Court judge dies of cancer, aged 87

WGN Radio Theatre with Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: US Supreme Court judge dies of cancer, aged 87

"The nation is mourning the loss of you, a Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She lost her long battle against cancer on Friday. She was 87. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski looks back at her life. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a legal pioneer. Long before she was nominated to the Supreme Court in 1993 by President Bill Clinton. I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. At her confirmation hearing, Ginsberg addressed head on her support of abortion rights. This is Something central to a woman's. Life to her dignity. Ginsberg was the court's eldest justice and once joked, emulating John Paul Stevens, who retired at age 90, Aaron Carter Ski,

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Hundreds gather at Supreme Court to mourn Ginsburg's death

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Hundreds gather at Supreme Court to mourn Ginsburg's death

"The country's top leaders are paying tribute to Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who died Friday at the age of eighty seven Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts called Ruth Vader Ginsberg a cherished colleague and a tireless and resolute champion of justice former president Bill Clinton who nominated Ginsburg in nineteen ninety three Caulder a brilliant lawyer with a caring heart and common sense president trump reacted after a campaign rally in Minnesota she was an amazing woman what she was an amazing woman an amazing life he didn't talk about what was next for the Supreme Court but Joe Biden did voters should pick the president the president should take the justice just like in twenty sixteen adding repentance program still go search for all of us Jackie Quinn Washington

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Hundreds gather at Supreme Court to mourn Ginsburg's death

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Hundreds gather at Supreme Court to mourn Ginsburg's death

"The country's top leaders are paying tribute to Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who died Friday at the age of eighty seven Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts called Ruth Vader Ginsberg a cherished colleague and a tireless and resolute champion of justice former president Bill Clinton who nominated Ginsburg in nineteen ninety three Caulder a brilliant lawyer with a caring heart and common sense president trump reacted after a campaign rally in Minnesota she was an amazing woman what she was an amazing woman an amazing life he didn't talk about what was next for the Supreme Court but Joe Biden did voters should pick the president the president should take the justice just like in twenty sixteen adding repentance program still go search for all of us Jackie Quinn Washington

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Hundreds gather at Supreme Court to mourn Ginsburg's death

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Hundreds gather at Supreme Court to mourn Ginsburg's death

"The country's top leaders are paying tribute to Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who died Friday at the age of eighty seven Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts called Ruth Vader Ginsberg a cherished colleague and a tireless and resolute champion of justice former president Bill Clinton who nominated Ginsburg in nineteen ninety three Caulder a brilliant lawyer with a caring heart and common sense president trump reacted after a campaign rally in Minnesota she was an amazing woman what she was an amazing woman an amazing life he didn't talk about what was next for the Supreme Court but Joe Biden did voters should pick the president the president should take the justice just like in twenty sixteen adding repentance program still go search for all of us Jackie Quinn Washington

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court Justice, dead at 87

Todd Schnitt

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court Justice, dead at 87

"Of a Supreme Court justice Only Scylla. Sarah, the Supreme Court says Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died of med attacks pancreatic cancer. Fallon Lee, where the second woman to serve on the United States Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, was nominated by President Bill Clinton in 1993, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. I believe the nation is getting a justice. Who will be a guardian of liberty for all Americans and an insurer of equal justice under law, a staunch advocate of women's rights, Ginsberg devoted much of her legal legacy fighting for gender equality and civil rights.

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

05:14 min | 2 months ago

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died

"Bader Ginsburg was a force to be reckoned with. All I asked about brethren. They said. They take their feet off our necks, barely 5 FT. Tall but a liberal giant, only the second female justice named on the Supreme Court serving there for more than a quarter century. Her path to the highest court in the land was not easy. As one of the few women at Harvard Law School she faced discrimination. After graduating from Colombia in the fifties, her tenaciousness in the classroom highlighted in the Oscar nominated documentary on Ginsberg titled RBG produced by journalists Julie Cohen and Betsy West. She was one of nine women in a class of 500. She was tied for first in her class. And the Big New York City law firms just weren't hiring women, not a law firm in the entire city of New York. Did for my employment charging forward, she became a beloved law professor rockers and worked as a lawyer for the O U, She mapped out a legal strategy to file lawsuits against gender bias in employment, housing and government benefits. Man and women are persons of equal dignity and they should count. Equally before the law, You won't settle for putting Susan B. Anthony on the new dollars When they would say things like this. Haven't you respond? Well, never in anger, Mother told that's that would have been self defeating. Always as an opportunity. Teach. I didn't see myself was kind of a kindergarten teacher in those days because the judges Didn't think so. Sex discrimination existed. One of the things that tried to plant in their minds was Think about how you would like the world to be for your daughters and granddaughters. She won five landmark cases, which she argued on behalf of women in front of an all male bench long before she sat on it. Ginsberg went on to serve as an appeals court judge in the nation's capital until that life changing nomination by President Bill Clinton in 1993. I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. That announcement may never have happened had it not been for the intense lobbying effort by a staunch feminist, her husband, Marty Ginsburg, and at her confirmation hearing chaired by then Senator Joe Biden, the nominee did not shy away from her feminism spotlighting contentious topics like abortion rights. This is Something central to a woman's. Life to her dignity. It's a decision that she must make

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"president bill clinton" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

02:00 min | 3 months ago

"president bill clinton" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"president bill clinton" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:34 min | 3 months ago

"president bill clinton" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Shut that in the age. And then you put that you put it in the mainframe and then you just smacking around and it just makes you. Sit Back. That Oh, that's right. Bill Clinton's theme song. That's it right there. Oh, Jeez I mean you. Just fueled up and ready. To. Go. Oh I do we have to talk about Epstein the? Hey, what are your thoughts on Epstein There Jerome? What's IT light? Light that is such a dark. Keep it light. I mean everything about this guy was horrid. And then he figured out how to kill themselves under maximum security when the when the guards happened to leave. I mean. There's nothing light. I'll keep it light higher store I think. He's probably the only man that I know that every time drove through a school zone under the speed limit. Too soon. Yi. Sorry. But seriously nobody out there if you have a van with a ladder on on the back and you have a lot of candy in your vehicle, there's something wrong about that. Don't do that. Okay. I heard a young lady once said, mom, what's a pervert and the moments head your. Mama what pervert mean because she heard the word Omar. We're curious people at honey. That's a man with van? Every guy that had an ice cream truck. No guys listen. Your. Listeners they're driving van. Why are you guys making now? We not not our listeners never listen. Okay. So now our next guest here we will get back on the microphone macwoods. This Guy Max. He's a big deal. So he's he's the maximum of the knowledge base for his age range I mean this guy This guy. Yeah and tournament voting bleed like two or three Max we can make America great again immediately. So Max, what's your final take your thoughts on cove nineteen and or a question maybe for them. Well, my thoughts on Covid nineteen finally more generally about this is that because of our so you know overly developed society with social media and this very fast communication I feel like a lot of this information was conveyed. So quickly, you know straight to the UN and China and everything going on that they really just jumped the gun on it with this overreaction close everything down close everything down. SAFE as possible. So and that's why I was saying they didn't really consider some of the other ramifications with that and so again, like Ruskin said, has been abused politically it's been used for a lot of other gains and so this never let a crisis go to waste I. Tell You what I appreciate you being on the show today and if you're listening right now and you want to. Get a hold of Jerome. For it consulting do you do that drome or is that not a thing? You Do? Absolutely absolutely. So what's your website without? However I can what's your website one more time there dude. It is five hundred K. Emit P DOT com. That's five Zero Zero K. Dot Com. Now what I'm GonNa do we don't? We don't allow times up sell our listeners on things. So I'M GONNA CO queue up some kind of this kind of. It's kind of a lounge. Music Z. Yeah what I'm GonNa do is I'm going to try to. You know sell the listeners on some. Doctors E. Let me get some music that doesn't suck. Let me give it up. Drumming hire you to like hacking into Youtube I.

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"president bill clinton" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"president bill clinton" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Doctors Owners Affect Dr. Ryan wimpy's at the dog training I'm a former DJ. Just give us like a half hour. We're going to find one second. Let me try to see. I don't see as in Charlie. Kept going there right now using what we would. Do what dot Org. Dot Org Dot Com and took me to some. Okay, crazy. Fabrica Rica I found an eagle. Faces on the website was appears to be the website so much Okay Okay. Okay. So the next question here now again. I have just remain questions. Protecting the constitution. So the law, the the the the duty of the sheriff is one to enforce God's law I correct sir. Okay absolutely true, and then the second duty they have is to is to protect the constitution. So therefore protecting their citizens from all enemies both foreign and domestic. And then third, you have a note here that you have actually one versus the supreme. Court, what did you win? What were you fighting for? Tell us about this this battle with the Supreme Court back in the day I want ask the US Supreme Court. But. Was Against Dun Dun Dun none other than Bubba Billy Clinton. Wow you mean, you mean bill I like to hang out with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein Clinton that. Wow. Wow. I am the only person in history to sue Bill Clinton on a non sexual matter. Oh.

"president bill clinton" Discussed on Why Am I Telling You This?

Why Am I Telling You This?

09:29 min | 1 year ago

"president bill clinton" Discussed on Why Am I Telling You This?

"So President Clinton and President Bush. I'd love to hear from you. Both you've now got me almost three hundred scholars over the past five years. What have you taken for meeting them. What what have you learned from them versus what they learned from you. Do you have any particular memories of any of them. I have learned a a hunger people have to make a difference not by getting another title or Mike and another buck but by making in somebody else's life better lifting somebody who's broken helping somebody to do something that makes things work better and you know. I'm not young anymore but I'm not and the longer live the more that's how I measure drew my life. People better off when you when you started children have a brighter future things coming together instead of being torn apart. That's what I saw on the laws a like a doctor coy that Cambodian refugee who is a member of this class and I think now is in Louisiana working. She really inspired fired me. We had a class member who was a member of the small merry SEC in Touchy Stan and Family Family was in danger of losing their lives in America's save people's lives by Lenin come here and we had a scholar who was determined proof that we've made the right decision my given back to this country and my personal favorite all time was when we were in little rock for graduation ceremony yeah mony a guy who had lost both legs and military service name. Karcher remember came through here took a picture with me and he said he said I wanNA thank you and President Bush for getting together with people we didn't know existed and I said well. What do you mean. He said you see her and he pointed to this very formidable. Physically imposing woman Kendra winners who was she's almost six feet tall and she was looked like she could Mitch press me on a Cold Day and she was an African American Lesbian Dan Liberal Democrat head of the Human Rights Campaign and Arkansas everything the opposite of the sky and he said you know I'm dedicated to helping and veterans people like me not be disempowered to do things he says I have learned so much from her and I hope you've learned something from me and if it hadn't been for you and President Bush we'd never met each other. We wouldn't even know people like each other existence. She looked at me warily. I looked at her warily. He's too you know so I'd be glad to fight for now and that to me is the enduring thing the details. Even the specifics of the products are not as important for all of you who have more tomorrow than yesterday's to have your mind in your heart in the right place. You're smart. You know more about whatever it is. You're doing we do but you. You'll make good decisions. If you believe that we should go forward together as lash yeah so there's some people discouraged about that's a future of the country and I've strongly suggest they get to meet people in payless classes and all of a sudden what may seem to be a dem future will be a bright future and that's what I've learned that the country is full of decent caring compassionate citizens willing to serve the Lisa. I'm Jay talk a little bit about where your organizations are now in some of the work that you're doing because of being in P. L. S. and how it impacted your work so so for me I came into the program at a time where I was losing faith in some aspects of this country and seeing pain and suffering and not seeing it actually in in some places get better with something that was heart and what I saw on the program is sixty sources of hope source of hope that could change a nation and with little acts of leadership and large exit courage can make a difference and so as a result one of the areas I worked on was training thirty community any health workers across Africa to reach nearly one hundred thousand people and part of that work help was built on the notion that we've got to meet people where we're at so esther whose daughter couldn't get malaria treatment became a community health worker to serve those in her community to change the trajectory of the courses someone with HIV or chronic disease but at home at abroad and at home those issues are are seen as well and so we were able to partner with us in the National Urban League to create strategic alliances unlikely partners partners that I wouldn't have dreamt necessarily that we could partner with but we were able to because of this notion that I learned in the program of that it's important important not only to dance at the discomfort and comfort but at times the push into that area of discomfort and to enable others to be in that space so that together the other you can challenge status quo and as a result the most lasting one of the most lasting issues. I've worked on is this disconnect between non on clinical leaders and clinical leaders because we're trained differently and so even though we're going for the same thing we want better. Communities want healthier communities. He's it requires the kind of conversation that's heart and so led a leadership development program that that has trained eight hundred teams that has led to impacting a network of sixteen hundred hospitals in thirty four states are hospital improvement ovation network that has saved nearly a billion dollars avoid one hundred and thirty thousand patient safety incidents and save thirteen thousand lives so that is the impact that this program has had and we're grateful for it and the other thing my side. Peel was creating a opportunity for the collective energy of the class of two thousand sixteen to help the Chicago cubs won the World Series Lisa. Tell us about where you're where you are now what you took from the program and how you have put it into action so in the summer before. I applied to this program. I had this moment with my children and we're going through baby books. We have them all out on the air laughing Chevy and Q. But my daughter Heidi who's my youngest. She's not laughing. She's feisty but she actually get so mad. She puts her hands on her hips and she says where are my pictures with my Daddy. I don't have any words for her and the reality is that are gold star. Youth are walking very uncommon path children whose parents volunteered to serve well aware of the risks that it carried their parents services really become their sacrifice soon the year leading up to the presidential potential leadership scholars program out of those simple Saturday runs with where blue wrench remember we created a youth mentorship program hearing children followed military with currently serving members armed forces in a run focus mentorship to build resilience healthy coping mechanisms and for kids like Heidi which are so often the story I sense of identity. We launched joint base. Lewis mcchord our flagship community and I was overwhelmed by his really incredible kids kids who have sacrificed everything are smart. They're kind the resilient fast that they have so much potential but we needed to create a foundation nation so we launched a very successful program. JVM There's over ten thousand youth in America lost apparent military service. We recognize a larger need beyond around joint base. Lewis mcchord so under the tutelage the the mentorship and honestly just this rom belief in one another the presidential leadership scholars program gave me the structure and the foundation to scale the program through the support of my mentors. I mean we've had countless calls. Talking about. Strategy is Isabelle gave me a platform to tell the story across the country. Chris talked me through fundraising and the number of times my fellow leadership scholars have said you can do this. Let's talk through this. This gave me the bones to take a program. That's across the country so now at Fort Bragg North Carolina in San Antonio Texas almost ten percent of our children who've lost apparent military service live in Texas and we're growing going forward but these kids are amazing and they deserve a nation new stands with them not taking pity but taking verifone and this growth and this gift to these kids is because of the Presidential Leadership Scholars Program President Bush. Can I ask you to say a little more about your deep care of this issue to a veterans. It's something you feel passionately about a yeah so the question is back to what I was talking about about a sense of despondency bonuses think about the fact that a nation who's had millions volunteer and have learned the characteristics.

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"president bill clinton" Discussed on Why Am I Telling You This?

Why Am I Telling You This?

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"president bill clinton" Discussed on Why Am I Telling You This?

"Things going on in that were priorities or or when they walk outside the door the wind would hit him so hard in their face that they had to go right back in and so when I went to college I went over to a barbershop my haircut and I met a Guy James Susan cubs hat so I started talking to him because I'm a cubs fan and and then learning about him and what the bar talking about that it was so difficult for them to access care they couldn't meet the challenges of HIV or cancer or chronic disease. I left that day now with a great haircut but incredible conversation and so I kept going back and over time we ended up working together with a team that put a clinic in the back into that barbershop shop and said if you want to get your haircut for free then you'll be seen by the doctor over the course of five years the rates of chronic disease started declining they start helping each other in the community they started helping each other get jobs his canonic development and mobility important and so that told me two things one. I wanted to doctor and underserved communities vehicle for social change and so I'm a primary care doctor geriatrician. I wanted to partner with communities to change future because I saw it happened and so I think we have incredible opportunities leaders in this program to do that and currently I'm the Senior Vice President Chief Medical Officer for the American Hospital Association. We represent nearly five thousand hospitals two million nurses two hundred and eighty five thousand clinicians all working together to drive towards a society the of healthy communities. We're all individuals have their highest potential for health. Thank you okay Jay. We're going to get a little bit more about you in a minute but I want Lisa to tell us about herself and her story break because she's got a pretty compelling story for the work that she does. Thanks I am a proud army spouse and my husband John and I traveled the world being part of the military family and John Deployed to southern Afghanistan in August of two thousand nine and like we do in the military three weeks after John deployed employed our youngest daughter Heidi was born three weeks later with a three year old a one year old and this little bitty baby who my husband hadn't unmet I was notified that John had been killed on his way home from goodwill mission terrified overwhelmed and heartbroken but I wasn't alone for Unit Year. We lost forty-one servicemembers and we're all looking for a way to to heal to grieve to remember these men and women who were our military family and we end to run together we met in the Burger King parking the first time and we ran around the airfield and but we evolved weekly runs became how he spoke the names of our phone service members how he supported each other and how we moved forward when the unit came home we realized that they needed the very same things that we needed and that really words weren't big enough to capture capture everything we felt and wanted to say but with running. We didn't need to have right words and that's how we're blue wrench. Remember was born where blue is running community around the world the honors service and sacrifice in the American military. Thank you for the work that you do the J. WanNa go back to you. One of the things that you have talked about when we talked about vigorous disagreement and debate one of the things that you talked about that happened within your class was you had some tough conversations with your class say more about that. Thank you it was a moment which crystallizes why this program so important module to college station and one night when the aggie wrangler were dancing as a performance we really appreciate it and watch that performance in aw and then there's a question answer session right after and the young buck who's the captain there started answering these questions and we were just totally enthralled with the conversation then Brayton the middle one of our classmates scholar. Catherine says I got a question. Are you up for for a challenge a dance off so then the young book looks at Fred McClure at the time looks back at US looks back at Fred says I don't think we can pauses turned down a challenge and so what ensued happening was proud. Techs tradition of dance combined combined with a dance from the northern part of India from the other side of the world where me and Scott who had my class who whose wife had served in New Delhi he learned dancing hunger arth Indian folk did so we ended up coming out of stage and together started dancing with the aggie wrangler and literally five minutes later the seat started emptying and others others in our class started coming up dancing and then it was the whole stage of our classmates together in one dancing to a common vision of being together being vulnerable with being open and we even got the aggie wrangler sound in there too and dad. Dan opened up this opportunity for us to compensate because the next day we didn't exercise in which well intentioned we construct systems sometimes that have good intention that may leave people out and so we had three teams and two of the teams. James wanted to in an honest and transparent way create a partnership but in doing that left a third team out and so in the debrief we recognize CNN is this and that awareness of what had happened led to important conversation and it helped us realize it systems it can be constructed unintentionally to leave people out in as leaders. It's important for us to recognize that be aware of it and rewrite and redesigned the rule so that we don't leave people out and if we can't then at least recognize what's happening and so that led to a combination at the end of the program in which nearly the whole class sat on a hotel lobby be room floor eating pizza and being vulnerable as you can be about the struggles they had from being stopped by police is a black man or struggling with their identity or having challenges with even their issues that they were struggling with at home and so that really created a sense of common purpose so when I think about leadership leadership it's expect accepting responsibility for share purpose in the face of uncertainty and I think we did that really inspired by the legacies of President Bush President Clinton Lyndon B Johnson and President George H W Bush so we're grateful for that the film you dancing with the Wrangler as Lisa one of the one of the things we hear so often from the scholars in the program is the sense of inspiration that this program brings to you. Does that ring true for you. Absolutely I think so often leadership it can be very lonely and I think quite often we operate in silos leaders but I remember walking in to the second module. We're at your dance at Your Dad's library in college station and I read that last letter that he wrote his. He's leaving office to you and he says your success. Now is is our country's success. I'm rooting hard for you and it was such a message if not just for President Clinton but for all of us and being a part of the the Presidential Leadership Scholars Program changed how I view myself as an American and really what my role is and achieving that success and I had thought honestly being a military spouse who sacrificed my husband that was it. I drop the MIC. I've served my country but I realize through this program looking at all of the work passionately effort the dreams of the leaders in this program the John Sacrifice is worth a country realized based in America is worth each of US stepping up to the plate entering their arena and owning our piece of the fight so that we can build the communities in the future that our country deserves.

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"president bill clinton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"president bill clinton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"President Bill Clinton I signed the violence against women act in nineteen ninety four and it was meant to tackle domestic violence, rape, sexual assault and stalking the violence against women act combined tough new sanctions against abuse with assistance to police the prosecutor and the shelters in the fight against domestic violence. The original version was the first time that the federal government had said domestic violence is a criminal Justice problem that requires a criminal Justice solution. That's league good. Mark. The director of the gender violence clinic at the university of Maryland carries school of law in an attorney who for decades has represented victims of domestic violence. So in nineteen Eighty-four several things happened that started us down that path. One was the attorney general's task force on family violence, which for the first time started looking at domestic violence as a criminal problem. One was a fairly major lawsuit in which the police's failure to intervene in a domestic. Violence case resulted in a substantial judgment to a woman who've been gravely injured when the police to protect her and looking at all of that data anti-violence advocates really started to advocate for a federal solution that puts serious money behind this idea that the criminal system was a way to address intimate partner violence, the act has since been authorized three more times and not always easily. In two thousand and thirteen the reauthorization was a little bit. Rocky around issues of native American women and undocumented, women and extending antidiscrimination provision to lesbian, gay transgender bisexual plus population. And now it's up for reauthorization again. But it's fate is uncertain. As the latest version is debated in congress. Lease says, it's time to talk about the way she believes this law has failed victims by emphasizing criminalization, and what could be done to make it work better. My.

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"president bill clinton" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"president bill clinton" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Over at the taco Tuesday town hall on October the twenty third maybe you bought your ticket. You're gonna win tickets. I have got something that is just fabulous. And I'm going to recommend this to this audience. Got a special occasion coming up here. Right. Might have an anniversary. You might have. You might you might have an anniversary birthday coming up. The holidays are right around the corner. Can I please recommend one thing to you? A ticket to a uniquely special night. Former President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton will tour the country in twenty eighteen and twenty nine thousand nine for a one of kind conversation with two individuals who have helped shape our world and had a front row seat for some of the most important moments in American modern history that according to the tour producer live nation. From the American presidency to the halls of the Senate and State Department to one of the United States most controversial and unpredictable presidential elections. They'll provide a unique perspective on the past and remarkable insight into where we go from here. And evening with President Bill Clinton and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton coming to a city near you. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear one of a kind conversation with the two leaders as they tell their stories from some of the most impactful moments in modern history from the American presidency to the halls of the Senate the State Department to one of the nation's most controversial and unpredictable presidential elections. The Torah will begin in Las Vegas on November the eighteenth. And then we'll move to several cities in Canada. Because Canadians wanna know what up with America. As well. As stops in Texas. New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Washington, and California and some others the tour wraps up in may of twenty nine thousand nine just around the time that the twenty twenty presidential campaign kicks off. I want to encourage each and every one of you get these tickets these special tickets for your loved ones, we've do perhaps your husband is a huge Hillary fan or your wife is a big Bill Clinton fan. Encourage you guys. Get those tickets. You definitely want to go. You want to hear what they've gotta say. Are you looking for just the perfect gift may I recommend an evening with the Clintons. No, it's not swinging its history. Say the name say the name Clinton's. Saving name say the name Clinton's. Yes. See the name say that name. That's it. Eight hundred seven sixty K MB the number three. I want to know something. Are we gonna have some tickets.

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"president bill clinton" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"president bill clinton" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The Chad Benson show you, can, jump into eight, four, four, dig Chad eight four four day. Chattanooga in as well and I, gotta a gay this we'll we'll get back. Into what's going on, President Trump a second but President. Clinton in the news this is from, former, President Bill Clinton Interrupted, by protesters he was giving. A speech today it. Was at the international aids conference in Amsterdam. And sex workers protested they, were, demanding, the decriminalization, of, what, they do decriminalization of sex workers. Worldwide here's what they chanted oh, sorry this is what one of the protesters. Shouted President Clinton wait, a man for decriminalization of sex. Work worldwide and in the United States I mean they figured, they had the right person I gotta talk to another protesters, shouted at Clinton. We know, you support sex workers please help us We'll throw, in some. Freebies they did not say that last part. As not even right in Greg you know they. Could've they could've shouted this at. President Trump to Probably that's fair point Fair point neither one of them, ever. Paid. For it. Greg. Okay all right understood they thought they had a very open, audience, for, that. Eight four four dig Chad get you. On board the program so we were talking about President Trump and the good week that he had with the economy with North Korea with, the EU and the trade tariffs lot of good. Stuff going. On April Ryan didn't think so April Ryan, focused. On. Russia she's. Very. Upset about what's going on with President Trump and Vladimir Putin, we'll, get, to. More of that in a minute but. She also talked about President Trump becoming a dictator listened to April Ryan on CNN with Don lemon That's here cut, three please this is very much connected I'm the president, sees that his numbers are waning he cannot be He cannot be this, dictator. That he's trying to be. At this moment it reminds me of of of. Of a.

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"president bill clinton" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"president bill clinton" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The former president bill clinton and just happened to be on a tarmac standing there in one hundred and fourteen agree temperatures when loretta lynch his plane just hey laura at a lunch hey how you doing bill how are you let's talk about the grandchildren of course laura loretta lynch don't have any grandchildren john or taught we're talking about birthdays and talk about the grandchildren for like an hour and ten minutes well what a coincidence then within a few days colmey on july 5th issues the exoneration news conference oh which he lays out all the criminal felonies committed by hillary clinton then decides well no reasonable prosecutor whatever bring these felonies against the secretary of state would nap well what a coincidence now how's it a coincidence that the debt pretty director of the fbi andrew mccabe while investigating hillary clinton wife who's running for state senate in virginia receives seven hundred thousand dollars from terry mcauliffe one of the clinton easterners who is also the governor of virginia to help her run 'whoa what it what are the that's what that's a coincidence how 'bout bruce ores wife number four at the fbi bruce or his wife works for fugen gps that provides information for the dossier watery we odds of that happening what what are the odds of twelve of the fifteen lawyers hired by robert muller had given money to the democratic party or the clinton easters what are the odds of all these coincidences happening simultaneously at one camp believe this unbelievable circumstances it's great let's continue thousands on old millions you're listening to go.

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"president bill clinton" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"president bill clinton" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The former president bill clinton and just happened to be on a tarmac standing there in one hundred and fourteen agree temperatures when loretta lynch his plane just hey laura at a lunch hey how you doing bill how are you let's talk about the grandchildren of course laura loretta lynch don't have any grandchildren john or taught we're talking about birthdays and talk about the grandchildren for like an hour and ten minutes well what a coincidence then within a few days colmey on july 5th issues the exoneration news conference oh which he lays out all the criminal felonies committed by hillary clinton then decides well no reasonable prosecutor whatever bring these felonies against the secretary of state would nap well what a coincidence now how's it a coincidence that the debt pretty director of the fbi andrew mccabe while investigating hillary clinton wife who's running for state senate in virginia receives seven hundred thousand dollars from terry mcauliffe one of the clinton easterners who is also the governor of virginia to help her run 'whoa what it what are the that's what that's a coincidence how 'bout bruce ores wife number four at the fbi bruce or his wife works for fugen gps that provides information for the dossier watery we odds of that happening what what are the odds of twelve of the fifteen lawyers hired by robert muller had given money to the democratic party or the clinton easters what are the odds of all these coincidences happening simultaneously at one camp believe this unbelievable circumstances it's great let's continue thousands on old millions you're listening to go.

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"president bill clinton" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"president bill clinton" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"A video played at the beginning of a panel discussion at a on form in november on the legacy of for president bill clinton's six memory you feel like it was this yesterday uh for those of you that have been here for the other panels i apologize i have to do some housekeeping again georgetown university is committed to standards promoting speech and expression that foster the exchange of ideas and opinions while it is recognised that not everyone may share the same views as the speakers it's expected that everyone in attendance at this event respect the right of the speakers and the organizing group to share their perspectives on ideas by not causing disruption to the events activities at the conclusion of the event there will be a questionandanswer session during which you may ask questions and engage in dialogue please be sure to raise your comments in the form of a question and in the interest of time we ask that each person be concise and ask only one question and we ask that only students uh participate in the in the qna um so as we said it bill clinton really spoke to me as a student and i think really helped inspire people had a very real sense of what national service meant and if you've been to any of the other panels today you've heard that theme tied it over and over the says sense of service and so for this final panel discussion we thought we bring in some people don't know little bit about his style of leadership and his approach to service not just for himself and and the white house in the government but also how he tried to inspire all americans to national service in whatever form that took so to introduce our panelists i'd like to invite up catherine lyons a second your student at the mccourty school of public policy who is from california from sacramento catherine from up.

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"president bill clinton" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"president bill clinton" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The history of our world and if you've been watching the news you know that the countries taking a hard stance on sexual harassment now those active and liberal media outlets are analyzing the events of one of the most famous sexual harassment stories in history the accusations against president bill clinton nbc's uh house democratic leader nancy pelosi why president clinton was treated differently than politicians today lump these think the reaction was far by women ongo clinton i say that because it does seem as if rankling when you walk some of the reaction for the president and defending rolling more or at least overlooked uh the allegations against groer more were you putting politics ahead of your personal discussed yet but if we're talking about a child molester this is a big turnout encampment less certain president clinton was accused of being a sexual predator well at the end of rebound rate it why why why are we talking said about how we go forward nobody's proud of president clinton's behavior at the time president clinton was accused of sexual misconduct by flee women the most serious of which was one need abroad rick who accused clinton of raping her in 1978 president trump is foreseen women to come forward with their sexual harassment claims l'excellent president trump really as presenter said early evoked a response from many women and this is really important because i had heard someone in the last few months egged i heard around the time of the need to hell so many women you've had a bad experience and now they're saying i had a bad experience and now person who engaged simply engaged in that activity is the president of the united states i'm speaking out and so i think as enters say earlier nato today and then you had it right when you said harvey focused the election of president trump vote twit happen harvey and now everybody is served notice let's go forward let's talk about okay let's learn from china uh decisions and go forward the mergers morning gene do berg.

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"president bill clinton" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"president bill clinton" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"That is sleeping because he thought it was hilarious you know the funniest thing is ever done in his life and then you get all these other women that are starting to come out and i wonder i just wonder if during those eight days he tried to count how many times he may have grabbed someone's back and i wonder if he tried to keep a tally of that was too difficult from do then here's a couple of more this is from the star tribune ashamed franken's as you return to work so he is he really that ashamed like he's not it is he is he taking us seriously because if he was ashamed you know eight days as all you need to to to wipe the shame off i guess you can still continue to do your job it's almost the same thing that the democrat said to elf to our president bill clinton for all those years they said oh you know as a sexual think didn't really impact the way he was doing his job you know grab in these women is that really impact in the ways doing his job you know that i thought that may be some where democrats will come out in stronger terms kinda like how a lot of republicans are coming out against for and more but now it just hasn't been happening really um franken said he hopes his own experiences in the ethics investigation he has called in to his own behavior will eventually make a positive contribution to the conversation so i can be better public servant in a better man we got some explaining to do with your way life till she was at these events that the over these women that have been coming out there is that one of vent that the wife was there i mean the two she know about this behavior to if not how these how do you deal with that as a family at old separate thing does it take only eight days free to smooth things over the wife franken said he just spent the past week thinking about how that could happen and i just recognize the need to.

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"president bill clinton" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"president bill clinton" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"One click you've got these terrific and hard bought debate it reminds me of something peter munk point said on the stage which is one thing to give a speech in front of an audience of people who agree with you or disagree something quite different though to get on stage and engage in verbal and mental combat with your intellectual pierre so ladies and gentlemen round of applause two from october twelve in toronto canada the canadian broadcasting corporation's semi annual monk debate the resolution for this debate be resolved american democracy is in its worst crisis in a generation and donald j trump is to blame now before the debate the inhouse audience was sixty seven percent in favor of the resolution and a thirty three percent opposed following the debate the audience was paul again and up reversed itself it was sixty four percent opposed to the resolution and thirty six percent in favour the participants were the director of the monk debates and the moderator budget grefe griffith and also washington post columnist lbj dion andrew sullivan a political commentator and author former house speaker newt gingrich and kimberly straw salt wall street journal editorial board member next on cspan radio we take you to the clinton foundation in little rock arkansas on november 18th as former president bill clinton and former first lady hillary clinton marked the twentyfifth anniversary of the day that mr clinton was elected president this was noted in an interview that with topics discussed including the administration's economic agenda foreign policy issues and health care for children and mrs clinton also talked about her new book and losing the 2016 presidential election this runs a little over an hour and forty minutes and we here first from a stephanie street clinton foundation executive director on cspan radio everyone and welcome to the twenty six computers distinguished lecturer series this series was established with a very generous gift from the cure purists family many of who are here today as well as at t in his this lecture series has presented by the clinton foundation and the clinton school of public service and other yes please give the compare is family a big hand we often.

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"president bill clinton" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"president bill clinton" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Through all of this guess who is facing a whole new round of accusare asians had used president bill clinton yet all these faces women that are brand new to the public these women are claiming that um they were victims of sexual assault after the clintons the white house in two thousand one i'm kit that even depresses me i mean come uh man it was only last week the democratic senator chris nickerson gillaibrand from new york stating that the president clinton should have resigned the presidency in the wake of the affair with the white house intern monica lewinsky by the parties in this you know going through this whole broad a revelation with their left wing pundits um toward the clintons were in the white house with all this coming out you know many man in this country are going through a lot of you know self what's what's the word um digit the to pull themselves the microscope you don't even a 67yearold man now a single man i live alone you know i'm getting up there in years who you you follow my radio i who'd of ever thought ray appleton would have gotten old right i don't feel old i don't think i looked at old in on the battled but you know i'm getting up there a little bit you know using myself as an example you know thinking what have i done one of i santa my past putting myself under the microscope and you get the impression that the entire female population of the country is putting every man on trial now the latter is not true but the media would have you believe that to a certain extent the waiver the.

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"president bill clinton" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"president bill clinton" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"In science and technology demonstrations 1 activity called pause to read encourages literacy by getting kids to read to pets uh kind of cute that's actually very q the first lady is traveling with her own team from beijing separate from the tour of asia continues she will land in anchorage on one on on an air force jet sorry but not air ones clearly that ones for her husband the designation given to the plane that the president flies on it's a refueling stop but it gives her an opportunity to think military for their service the white house said jaber has been used by other presidents and dignitaries for refueling in '94 president bill clinton you know stopped over in he actually came down in had a sandwich with governor knowles that's what they're reporting so this is an all that unusual we've had uh obama and others you know stop on their way back or two or fro asia for refueling but that'll be nice but they're saying and milania trump when she stops in she's gonna meet with some of the families this is not open to the public it's an event four military a military families job now you are attending you have a good time in you get your on you get your pictures out there on facebook and we'll share them if we see them so there you go all right you're listening to they me dembosky show here on kvnt when we come back collegue get into this gas line talk and seat do we have a deal or do we not have a deal that is the question you're listening to the emu tabassi show the number three five seven fifty eight sixty eight we'll be right back thank you is named name com little known in yes max blue move hoo.

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