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America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Lord Conrad Black Unpacks Jimmy Carter's Presidential Legacy
"Back with our regular guests, one of your favorite lord Conrad black a man who has written a veritable library of books, including works on FDR on Nixon on president Trump. As such, lord black, let me ask you, we have the news of just the last day or so that president Carter, age 98, I believe, has been admitted to hospice. He may not be long for this world as a presidential historian. How will the historians of the future look to his presidency? Look, I would always, I would almost like to be as positive, especially with a man who is now clearly in the extreme December of his days. And I think on the positive side, he did produce the Camp David agreement for which I thought he deserved the Nobel Peace Prize for that. I'm glad he got the Nobel Prize for peace eventually, but I thought he deserved it then. In 1978. But I think he I think he suffered from a form of indecision that compromised his. Effectiveness as a leader of the country. He tended this tendency to change direction. And we were going to deploy the neutron weapon and in Western Europe and then it was all agreed to. And then he changed his mind. And he was sending a strong naval squadron into the Indian Ocean and then it turned a 180°. We had an irrational fear of communism, and then after Afghanistan, he had learned a great deal, but communism. These are quotes. And when the energy crisis came upon us, he spoke of a malaise and appeared wearing a cardigan on television and advising people to turn the thermostats down. And he didn't I think he was a good man and a very intelligent man into this very slight degree I know. I know I'm a very interesting man and of course like all politicians are quite a charming person. But as a leader, I think he was not perceived as a strong leader and he was not particularly imaginative. He was studious and diligent and did his best and had his moments and was a good man. But I'm afraid he will not rank as an outstanding president. But
"president carter" Discussed on WTOP
"Free in home estimate. It's three 11 online tributes have been rolling in for former president Carter after we learn the 98 year old has entered hospice care at home, following a recent series of hospital stays. Politicians, celebrities and groups have praised the one time Democrat who has led an exemplary life of public service long after he left The White House. As WTO's Dimitri sotis hears from health affairs editor in chief Alan Weil, Carter is also being praised for shedding light on hospice care. Itself. It is a shift from focusing on trying to cure whatever illness you may have to having the best quality of life possible in the life that remains. It's a focus on peace and comfort and avoiding pain, preparing the family. It's a more social and holistic approach to the end of life than rushing into a hospital where one more thing is done that is very intrusive and may or may not extend life by what could be just a matter of days. I of course don't know president Carter, but it feels consistent with the values that I've seen expressed in his life that he would focus on family and peace rather than heroic measures where the ultimate outcome is going to be unchanged. This is the product of an evolution in thinking that just as when we know a new baby is on the way. There are gifts and celebrations and get togethers. We are starting to acknowledge perhaps more organically the death should not be seen as this unexpected and horrible thing in all cases. Do you think that that evolution in thinking is coming more from the medical community or maybe more from our society at large? How people are changing their thoughts about the end of life. Most clinicians are still focused very much on cure. That's what they were trained to do. Deaf can be viewed as a failure. There is a field of palliative care that is growing rapidly, but is still much smaller than it needs to be given the age of the population. I would say the move toward focusing on improving the experience of the end of life comes both from forward looking clinicians and from family members who have experiences that they believe either were disappointing or were excellent and enable them to be advocates for this sort of care. The number of people on Medicare who use the hospice benefit is growing rapidly. So there is, I believe, culturally, a growing understanding of the benefits health affairs, editor in chief Alan wyle on Skype, coming up, people continue to shop
"president carter" Discussed on WTOP
"Brought to you by long fence. Save 20% on long fence decks pavers and fences. Go to long fence dot com today and schedule your free in home estimate. It's one ten. Online tributes have been rolling in for a former president Carter after we learn the 98 year old has entered hospice care at home, following a recent series of hospital stays. Politicians, celebrities, and groups have been praising the one term Democrat who has led an exemplary life of public service long after he left The White House. As WTO's Dimitri sodas hears from health affairs editor in chief Alan Weil, Carter is also being praised for shedding light on hospice care itself. It is a shift from focusing on trying to cure whatever illness you may have to having the best quality of life possible in the life that remains. It's a focus on peace and comfort and avoiding pain, preparing the family. It's a more social and holistic approach to the end of life than rushing into a hospital where one more thing is done that is very intrusive and may or may not extend life by what could be just a matter of days. I of course don't know president Carter, but it feels consistent with the values that I've seen expressed in his life that he would focus on family and peace rather than heroic measures where the ultimate outcome is going to be unchanged. This is the product of an evolution in thinking that just as when we know a new baby is on the way. There are gifts and celebrations and get togethers. We are starting to acknowledge perhaps more organically. The death should not be seen as this unexpected and horrible thing in all cases. Do you think that that evolution in thinking is coming more from the medical community or maybe more from our society at large? How people are changing their thoughts about the end of life. Most clinicians are still focused very much on cure. That's what they were trained to do deaf can be viewed as a failure. There is a field of palliative care that is growing rapidly, but is still much smaller than it needs to be given the age of the population. I would say the move toward focusing on improving the experience of the end of life comes both from forward looking clinicians and from family members who have experiences that they believe either were disappointing or were excellent and enable them to be advocates for this sort of care. The number of people on Medicare who use the hospice benefit is growing rapidly. So there is, I believe, culturally, a growing understanding of the benefits, that's health affairs, editor in chief Alan Weil on Skype. And coming up, people continue to shop despite inflation, so what will that lead to? It's one 13. I knew I had a problem. I tried counting calories, eating, and eating. Nobody else could possibly understand. We understand. We're overeaters anonymous, and we have
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Dinesh and Debbie Discuss the Horrific Legacy of Jimmy Carter
"Jimmy Carter, a former president Carter appears to be well in the sunset of his life. I say this because after being confined and treated in a hospital, he is evidently now been released to home hospice care. And there's a statement that came out of the Carter center after a series after a series of short hospital stays former U.S. president Jimmy Carter today decided to spend his remaining time at home with his family and receive hospice care instead of additional medical intervention. He has the full support of the family, the Carter family asked for privacy. And so on, it seems here that in Carter is 90 8 years old. He's 98 years old. He has lived a very long life, and you know, again, we're not here to attack him personally. Or at least I'm not. And I do send well wishes to his family. Yeah, of course. Now, the left is sort of using this as an occasion to say, look. And they know it's really difficult for them to fed Carter's actual record because for anyone who lived during those years, they were the miserable years. And in fact, even card or knew they were the miserable years because he started talking about a national malaise, a kind of national disease that the whole country had as a result of his own leadership. So it's a Carter's own record as president horrific. In fact, this is the reason why even as an incumbent, he got clobbered by Reagan 44 states. I think to Reagan 6 to Carter and Carter could not believe that he had lost in that way. That was a great election. That was really fun. I remember it like it was yesterday. I was 14 years old, but I was all for Ronald Reagan,
"president carter" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Opting for hospice care as his family prepares for the last days of his life. He has faced an often defeated a number of illnesses in recent years. ABC's Brad milky and faith of bouvet look back at the 98 year old's health. What changed here in the last few days can you walk us through this? Hi, Brad. Yeah, so we know former president Carter hasn't been feeling well for quite some time now. And so, you know, some of it, of course, is due to his age he's 98 years old. He suffered multiple falls a few years ago, which caused him a black eye. He had 14 stitches on his forehead after one of those falls. I was black as you noticed. But I had a number one priority, and that was to come to Nashville to build houses. He's had hip surgery that was in 2019 because of a fall. And add to all of that, he was diagnosed with cancer back in 2015 that spread to his liver and brain. I just thought I had a few weeks left. But I was surprisingly at ease. He's had surgery to relieve pressure on his brain. He was hospitalized for a urinary tract infection. But now I feel, you know, this in the hands of God of my worship. And I'll be prepared for his head comes. He's just had a lot to deal with health wise and so this past weekend the Carter center revealed that message saying that after a series of short hospital stays that the 39th president has really just decided that this is time for him to spend time at home with his family as he battles all these issues with his health. You know, it's a decision that means that he has entered hospice care at home instead of getting additional medical intervention. And so the quarter center says that he has the full support of his medical team and his family. And the reality here, Brad, is that considering his age and everything that he's been through with his health over the years, a lot of people weren't really surprised by the news, but it's really still very heartbreaking to hear that a former president is terminally ill, and he's in this transition period. Right, exactly. This is being termed very consciously as end of life care. There's not a question about that, but faith do we know? Are we talking about days or weeks or months? There's no sense of what this sort of looks like at this point going forward, is there? Well, the family is very private. And so there aren't a lot of details right now. And they're also asking for privacy, which is understandable as they navigate what you can imagine is a very emotional and difficult time for them right now. But based on everything that we've learned from our medical experts and from national guidelines, people usually qualify for hospice care if they have a terminal or serious medical diagnosis and they have about 6 months to live and they refuse any further traditional medical treatment or if there really isn't anything more doctors can really do for them. Of course, I'm not an expert on hospice care by any means, but really my understanding here is that in this situation you have a team of providers there with him trying to prioritize the patient's comfort. They're trying to focus on his quality of life. They'll focus on the person's spiritual and emotional needs and they really are just trying as much as possible to reduce their pain and suffering as they go through this process
"president carter" Discussed on WTOP
"People have seen the experiences that people have felt over the last couple of weeks and to feel that all over again. You really see the fear in people's reaction CVS as Matt piper with the latest on a suspect in the killing of a California Catholic bishop. LA county sheriff Robert Luna says 65 year old Carlos Medina has been arrested in the killing of Catholic bishop David O'Connell thanks to a tip. Detectives were told by the tipster that they were concerned because Medina was acting strange, the rational and made comments about the bishop owing him money. Turns out the alleged killer had ties to the bishop and there was no forced entry into his home. Medina is the husband of bishop O'Connell's housekeeper, who has previously done work at the bishop's residence. Matt piper, CBS News. Americans are paying tribute to former president Carter, who is now receiving hospice care. I'm Jim crystal and plains Georgia, Birmingham, Alabama, resident Ed cillian reflected on a quote from former president Jimmy Carter as he visited mister Carter's small hometown. I just read the sign where have I am. Whatever I have, I want to make a difference and he sure seemed to live that. The 98 year old Carter is in hospice care at his home here. Markets closed on Wall Street due to president's day. Now this. It is 7 O three here on WTO and it's Monday evening February 20th, 2023, Tyson's corner at 54° at the south. Heading to the 40s overnight good evening. I'm Dmitri sodas for the top local stories we're following this hour. This may make you smile tonight if you ride metro's red line starting tomorrow, red line trains will be coming by more frequently every 8 minutes in our post COVID world. It turns out that Tuesdays are among the busiest on metro rail, the more frequent trains will be coming by on Wednesday and Thursday too. Metro also plans to bring more 7000 series trains back into service, hiring and training more rail operators, all of this after a shortage caused by the pandemic. 6 weeks after a first grader shot and wounded his teacher at richneck elementary school in Newport News, Virginia, a 5th grader at the school has now been excluded from class after telling friends that a text message he would quote pop some bullets in class. The Washington Post reports the child is not being identified publicly. He made the threatening remark they say in a group text that was on Saturday. Rich neck will be open tomorrow after the long weekend off for president's day. The school says police have been told that a thorough investigation has begun. 7 O four, the college board's proposed advanced placement course on African American studies, which was rejected last month by the state of Florida, is now under review in Virginia. Dick giuliano takes a look. Florida governor Ron DeSantis blocked the AP course from being taught in high schools, saying it violates state law and is historically inaccurate. The college board says the course is drawn from the expertise and experience of college faculty and teachers across the country. In Virginia, governor Glenn youngkin spokeswoman Macaulay Porter says the governor has asked the education secretariat to review the proposed course as it relates to executive order one, the first executive order signed by governor youngkin last year specifies public schools and the use of inherently divisive concepts, including critical race theory, particularly on OW TOP news. The question of where to build the FBI's new headquarters still has not been answered. Maryland's governor Wes Moore is now jumping in to make the pitch for prince George's county. Days after Virginia officials made clear they think proximity to Quantico and other federal assets makes Springfield the best location for the FBI headquarters, Maryland governor Wes Moore made his pitch, saying that if equity factors into the decision, which federal documents state, prince George's county should be selected, Moore said the county has been historically neglected in winning federal assets. Making sure that your prioritizing equity does not mean that you are compromising excellence. You can and you should do both. General services administration sent a letter this month to officials in Maryland and Virginia, saying each jurisdiction would get time to consult with federal officials before the site of the new FBI headquarters is announced. Kate Ryan, WTO news. This is president's day across the country. Of course, but in Virginia, it's also George Washington day to celebrate tens of thousands gathered at Washington's estate outside Alexandria. In honor of
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Jimmy Carter Enters Hospice Care
"David Z Wagner is a friend of mine in Cleveland. And since it's president's day, I want to read you an email. He said to me yesterday. I hear I've met president Carter and spoken with him and continue to be an active contributor to his charity. What needs to search far and wide to find a more compassionate hardworking knowledgeable and kind person, the hands on billing rookie champion, the work with Guinea worm disease, and the active charitable leadership he provided to many causes is very impressive. His recovery from brain cancer years ago is amazing. Most importantly, his personal negotiations in relentless pursuit of a peace treaty between Egypt and Israel stands alone is one of the greatest achievements in diplomacy over the past 50 years. Yes, he was a poor president, surrounded by the inept and the press used Billy as their pinata daily. One of the most rebound, one of the many rebound presidents. We have elected who struggled mightily in office, and then did well in post presidency years. All Americans should pause and pay their respects to the man Jimmy Carter and his achievements. I trust you can help inform your audience in these contentious times as to the man in the humanitarian he is and the good he did for many, many people worldwide, David Wagner. David is a 100% correct. And the honor of interviewing former president Carter on a book tour when he made to LA in 1994 when I was hosting the nightly news and public affairs show there for PBS life and times were trans for a decade and he was gentle he was wonderful. He was terrific in the post presidency years. He did what HW and W have done, which has raised money for a lot of people do a lot of good things for a lot of people spend time with your family. And now you've made some missteps in this book, but not perfect. You've gone partisan, like human rights policy during 77 to 81 when he was president just occasional faceplant, but the man is a legend for helping the homeless, building houses, habitat free humanity. He's a good man. And I salute him and pray for him and for his family as he enters hospice care this president's day.
"president carter" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Pledged a half a $1 billion of additional assistance to Ukraine, including more military equipment, one year later, Keith Stan's Ukraine stands democracy status, said, a real president on president's day. Sorry, respected by your dog. They're having a mild skirmish, which is unlike a terrorist invasion. Someone lost and they're going away. Yeah. Which one was it? Well, no, no. No, he was having a skirmish with the bed. He wasn't having a skirmish with her. He was fighting with the bed. And he lost. Well, I could sum up my love life. He is the dumb one. Yeah, so stupid stuff. He is not I beg yours. I beg your pardon. You know, they were normal when they got here and you made them. Our adorable and smart and cute. Romantic. He's lost a little dumb behind the eyes. No, he is not. He doesn't know where he's at right now. Okay. He's just walking in circles. Well, yes. Looking for making an emergency landing. Okay. So a happy president's day also loving light out to president Carter. Yeah. He's one of the best humans. I think ever. Not just inhabit the Oval Office, but ever. So he is receiving just hospice care, his family has announced he's home no further medical intervention. And I mean. Well, he's had a what else do you say about 98 years old? Yeah. So despite all of medical stuff going on, he's still building houses for poor people at 98 years old. And it's just, he's an example to all of us. He is the best ex-president we have ever had. And I'm sure they're already saying awful things in the right. I haven't heard, you know what? They've been surprisingly supportive. There's kind of a reverence for him, which I appreciate. There should be. Wow. Wow. Okay. Chris, who said, what happened on Fox News was hard for the Republican Party. It might take
The Doug Collins Podcast
Think Back to 1981 When Ronald Reagan Took Office...
"A quick history moment here. Reagan came to presidency in 80 and the lady election came in at 81 in which we had just been through probably some of the tougher 6 years of country has been through and if you want to take it back into the Vietnam wartime in the 60s, probably the next 15 to 20 years. When he came into office, America's standing in the world was low. Our hostages were released, the Iranian hostages were released on the day on the right after he was inaugurated. President Carter had been dealing with this. It was on the TV every night, day one, day 20, day 40 day, 80, day 90, day, 200. It became just an obsession in our country during this time and Carter's administration we had the oil embargo. We had gas process. We had the malaise speech by Carter, where everybody just felt like, you know, wow, this is in a good place. And you saw crime you saw the other issues. And Reagan came forward with a message that basically was one of reminding us of who we are. Sometimes in life when things are going wrong when things are going bad. Sometimes in life, you need to have someone reminds you who you are. Who you are in the sense of a country who you are in the sense of a person in a place and Reagan did that. And that was one of the things his perspective was of a long-term view, not just a short term view. So many times in politics now we have a two or four year vision and Reagan was reminding I think here as he looked out across those windows was describing those scenes. He was describing our nation as a whole and the journey that we have been through.
"president carter" Discussed on WTOP
"The government may have been upset with a doctor CBS News special report I'm Steve futterman A man is dead after his bicycle collided with a car on old Georgetown road that happened this afternoon Montgomery county police say that was near Cheshire drive around 4 o'clock the bicyclist was around 18 years old but police say they couldn't confirm his exact age The driver of the car stayed at the spot of the crash police still looking into what happened this is the second time in less than three years a young person was killed while riding a bike on that stretch of road a 17 year old boy was hit and killed in August of 2019 on old Georgetown road near beach avenue about a mile away The man who shot and nearly killed president Ronald Reagan in 1981 has been granted his unconditional release for a decade ago John hinckley junior was found not guilty by reason of insanity Federal judge Paul Freeman retraced what's happened in court since John hinckley was arrested outside the Washington Hilton on Connecticut avenue He says we learned how close president Reagan was to death and that hinckley had started stalking former president Carter but never got close to him After decades of treatment most at saint Elizabeth's the judge said hinckley has been in full sustained remission for more than 25 years The judge said he's not losing sight of what hinckley did 40 years ago but he's been under a microscope and passed every test The judge said I'm confident mister hinckley will do well in the years remaining to him he's not a danger anymore Neil law can stay in double TLP.
The Doug Collins Podcast
What Kind of America Did Ronald Reagan Inherit?
"Out, let's take a quick history moment here. Reagan came to presidency in 80 and the lady election came in at 81 in which we had just been through probably some of the tougher 6 years of country has been through and if you want to take it back into the Vietnam wartime in the 60s, probably the next 15 to 20 years. When he came into office, America's standing in the world was low. Our the hostages were released, the Iranian hostages were released on the day on the right after he was inaugurated. President Carter had been dealing with this. It was on the TV every night, day one, day 20, day 40, day, 80, day 90, day, 200. It became just an obsession in our country during this time and Carter's administration we had the oil embargo. We had gas process. We had the malaise speech by Carter, where everybody just felt like, you know, wow, this is this isn't a good place. And you saw crime you saw the other issues. And Reagan came forward with a message that basically was one of reminding us of who we are. Sometimes in life when things are going wrong when things are going by. Sometimes in life, you need to have someone remind you who you are. Who you are in the sense of a country who you are in the sense of a person in a place and Reagan did that. And that was one of the things his perspective was of a long-term view, not just a short term view. So many times in politics now, we have a two or four year vision. And Reagan was reminding, I think, here as he looked out across those windows, was describing those scenes. He was describing our nation as a whole and the journey that we have been through. That is something we don't hear enough of today. We hear more of what is the immediate treatment. What's that actually going to happen today? What happened three years ago? What's going to happen to very seldom? Do we look back more than just an administration or two unless we're trying to find bad examples? Instead, Reagan looked across the span of history and took out the fact that we are freedom and looking at that, he wanted to discuss
Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"president carter" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"This final note on the way out today, I don't do this a whole lot 'cause, you know, once we run a story, we've run that story, but given the inflation moment in this economy right now, we are dragging two interviews out of the archives because they seem kind of relevant. The first one from ten, maybe 12 years ago with Jimmy Carter, who was the president, the last time inflation started to get this high. On the topic of Paul Volcker, if I could just back up for a second. Yeah, please. You put him in the job. You, in essence, made this deal with him, where he would do what he had to do and you would suffer the political consequences, according to your telling of it. And yet it seems to me that he is most remembered and the president he is most associated with is Ronald Reagan for breaking the back of inflation. Does that gall you at all? Well, you know, I was the one that suffered politically and the Ronald Reagan was the one that benefited from the Paul Volcker economic philosophy, but I don't begrudge the fact that it happened during the next term. I thought the next time it's going to be mine. I always did kind of love that line. Anyway, funny at the time, I suppose. A couple of years after that, Paul Volcker wrote a book. I talked to former president Carter a couple of years ago. And I asked him about you and him appointing you to this job. And here's what he said. Let's play that tape. That was really one of the most hotly debated things I did because a lot of my political advisers said, don't appoint Paul Volcker because he's going to tighten up on everything and you will have no control at all over the fed anymore. That's pretty much it, right? I mean, you went in there and if I read the recounting of that job interview correctly in this book, you basically said I want independence and I gotta do what I gotta do. Well, obviously he wanted to see me, but I said, mister president, if you're thinking of appointing me chairman of the center reserve, you have to download it. I believe in a somewhat tighter monetary policy than we have been following, and that my predecessor followed. Yeah, you know, the next question I asked the president, actually, was did you mind when he raised interest studies like that? And he said, oh no, I thought it was going to be good for the next presidential term. I just thought that that term was going to be mine, not rating. I asked him once that I cost him the election, and some people said, and he had kind of a wry smile and he said, well, I think there were a few other factors as well. Yeah, maybe a couple other things. Paul Volcker and Jimmy Carter there from the archives..
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Get to Know Former U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie
"For those who are not familiar with your service in the Trump administration, your background. In multiple uniform services, rising to under Secretary of Defense, tell our millions of listers and viewers across the nation a little bit about your background where you came from and how you got to do what you do. Well, it's a very simple. I am the son grandson, great grandson of combat soldiers. I spent my youth at fort sill fort Bragg, and also, as you know, at the royal school of artillery, in lark hill, England. My father was a senior officer in the 82nd airborne division when I was in high school. So my calling was to serve the nation in national defense. My military service has been modest compared to that of my ancestors, but I will say that a formative moment in my life was when the hostages were taken in Tehran. Two things. One, outside of fort Bragg on Bragg boulevard a place you know well, a massive billboard went up that said Iran let our people go. And I had to pass that billboard every day on the way to school and as I got older, I thought, that's what we had become. Under mister Carter, a mendicant, begging the theocratic fanatics and Tehran to let our soldiers and diplomats go. And then the second experience was in my neighborhood. The day the hostage rescue desert one collapsed. And the MPs closed off our neighborhood. They took the name signs off of our homes, and they surrounded colonel Charles beckwith's home. He was the commander on the ground. And president Carter came on that day. And said this was all my fault. I'm the one responsible. That's quite a contrast to what we had in Afghanistan a few months
"president carter" Discussed on 60 Minutes
"A lot of dictators will at least go through the motions of pretending there's a legitimate election. He's not. Ortega's deliberate and flagrant crackdown against peaceful opposition leaders is something without any present in Latin America since the 70s and 80s when most of the region was under military dictatorship. What makes it unprecedented? Since Ortega controls Congress, he managed to pass legislation at the end of last year that sanctioned as treason. Essentially any criticism of the government. So if you criticize the government, you can be thrown in jail right now. The language that they use is any damage to the superior interests of the nation. It sounds orwellian. It's completely rebellion. In June, Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, called for president Ortega to immediately release the candidates and announced sanctions against members of Ortega's family and inner circle. Till a few years ago, we might have looked like Daniel Ortega had mellowed out with age. A far cry from the revolutionary president Carter invited The White House in 1979. Sandinista gorillas were credited with bringing down the samosa family dictatorship in Nicaragua. Later, they fought off the U.S. sponsored contrast. In 1984, Daniel Ortega was elected president and later. Sat down with our Mike Wallace. Ortega was voted out of office in 1990. But returned to power in 2006, promising to fight corruption. Instead, he tightened his grip on the country. First, changing the constitution, so he could serve more terms. Then, making his wife Rosario Murillo in the centric new age poet, his vice president. Their children also hold key positions in Nicaragua. 8 of the couple's 9 children were made presidential advisers. They oversee a lucrative oil distribution business, and most of the country's TV channels. But even as the Ortega family's wealth has exploded, Nicaragua remains the second poorest country in the western hemisphere..
The Larry Elder Show
"president carter" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"On, but this has just been an amazing experience and just an amazing journey with amazing people, thank you, Larry elder, thank you Phil Boyce. Thank you, Dennis prager. Thank you, Sean McConnell. Thank you forgotten man. Thank you, will will Kirby. Thank you, thank you, Christian. Thank you, I mean, it's just been unreal. Just amazing people and amazing team. People at Salem, it's been absolutely amazing. This has been a dream come true, and I look forward to more in the future. You can follow me on Facebook, Carl Jackson radio, Twitter, at Carl Jackson show, Instagram, the Carl Jackson show. And then you can check out my website Carl Jackson show dot com. I will definitely make sure that I stay very busy on those outlets and you can just follow me there and I will let you know when I'm up to. All right. Let me get to, let me talk to you about job creators network and then I want to get to you talk to you about Pete Buttigieg. All right, so job creators network after a year plus a lockdowns and mandates that crippled America's economy. Washington, D.C. still hasn't gotten the message, small business owners are hurting, while they're big global competitors thrive. What's Washington's response? More talk of mandates, government spending and tax increases on small businesses, the same misguided policies of president Carter that led to soaring gas prices, record inflation and job losses. Only one organization in America is fighting the war on small business, being waged by President Biden and the Democrats. That's job creators network. Job creators.
The Larry Elder Show
"president carter" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"I'm telling you cases like this. When they blow up in the media they destroy our justice system. This is carl jackson emperor larryelder. We'll be back now. Carl jackson for the save. The larry elder show. I welcome back to the larry elder. Let me quickly tell you about job. Creators network after year plus of lockdowns and mandates crippled america's economy our leaders in washington. Dc still haven't gotten the message. Small business owners are hurting. Whether big global competitors thrive what's washington's response more talk of mandates unprecedented government spending and tax increases on small businesses that same misguided policies of president carter that led to soaring gas prices record inflation and job losses only one organization in america fighting the war on small business being waged by president biden and the democrats and that is job creators network. If you own a small business or or a friend of small business joined the growing army of members now and learn how to become a small business advocate. The american people love and trust are small business owners. But they need to hear from you. Hear your stories and your struggles. As part of their effort to expose a threat to small business from leftist policies like higher taxes.
The Larry Elder Show
"president carter" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"Guards all inmates removed from sales for two and a towed. If we don't like we can throw it out. That's all you're going to get dinner almost five days a week baloney or pb and j. for dinner three to four cookies wet chips maybe baloney packer. Kuei two slices of white bread schools get better meals and i'm not even done if they treat him this poorly how much more people afghanistan tuned for more with guest host carl jackson on the larry elder show neil's arbor. Neil sperry meals. Dow carl jackson for the sage on the larry elder show. I welcome back to the larry elder show. Let me tell you about job. Creators network after year plus of lockdowns and mandates that crippled america's economy our leaders in washington. Dc still having gotten the message. Our small business owners are hurting. Whether big global competitors thrive what's washington dc's response more talk of mandates unprecedented government spending and tax increases that same misguided policies of president carter that led to soaring gas prices record inflation in job losses. Only one organization in america is fighting the war on small business being waged by president biden and the in congress. That's job creators network. If you own a small business joined the growing army of jc and members now and learn how to become.
The Larry Elder Show
"president carter" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"Contacts and for years he was a son clearly a carl jackson fan all jackson call jacks carl jackson. Jack jack carl jackson. Carl jackson was born and raised in los angeles. California hall jackson. His journey began at the age of lubbock was introduced the hard work faith and family values however the struggling teen he wandered down the path of least resistance fighting himself jailed. Twice with a child he had to fight to rape by the grace of god. He attended an evangelical church and found that there was a better way. Jackson is my hero. He discovered that. Despite america's flaws to god used our founding fathers to create our constitution. It's divided exceptional. Nature is undeniable. No fake staffer. That carl jackson while the say from south central as saving california. Let's roll carl. Three thinker from florida is in college. Accent is the reason that i was born. Larry elder show with special guest. Carl jackson who crowd distance. Who are welcome back to. The larry elder show. This is your special guest. Host crow jackson filling in for the great elderski coming to you live from the relieffactor dot com studio the number of call and triple eight nine seven one. Seventeen four three. Let me tell you about job. Creators network after a year plus lockdowns mandates that crippled america's economy our leaders in washington. Dc still haven't gotten the message are small business. Owners are hurting while they're big. Global competitors thrive what's washington dc's response more talk mandates unprecedented government spending and tax increases the same misguided policies of president carter led to soaring gas prices record inflation and job losses. Only one organization in america is fighting the war on small business being waged by president biden and the democrats in congress. That's job creators network. If you own a small business joined the growing army of jc and numbers of members now and learn how to become a small business.
The Fine Homebuilding Podcast
PRO TALK With Architect Peter Pfeiffer
"Peter is a pleasure to have you on the show. Thank you so much for doing this. I'm looking forward to it. Patrick you are probably one of the most famous architects in the country. I would say what do you want to become an architect. Well first of all. That's i've not sure. Sure group the most famous architects in the country wanted them but still doesn't matter circles. Peter you're a legend and i am grateful that you're on. The show will thank you like a lot of my colleagues in architecture. It was probably pretty early in life. I was maybe twelve or thirteen years old. And i have to credit. My mother with this noticed that. I really liked building. Because i was involved with my father. And this carpenter in my brother's doing remodeling projects in our house. Since i was like five. But i really had an artistic tendency and i was very comfortable with math so i just started doing things like riding my bicycle to the washington bridge. I grew up. Northeast of dallas in this area called new jersey. And i. that's a joke. You see a ride. My bike out from new jersey out to the washington bridge. Just look at the buildings from the bridge and you know you just start realizing this is something really kind of excites you. And i just made various happened with. President carter speaking about the arab oil embargo in how we had to save energy or conserve energy. And that really spoke to me too. Which is why my first degree pursued was a in building sciences specifically towards energy efficient architecture. What we call a passive solar architecture back then. Who's in the architecture. School is on track to get an architecture degree. But i found the studying of the science of building probably a little bit more interesting than the design studios.
AP News Radio
Roger Mudd, longtime network TV newsman, dies at 93
"A veteran network news anchor and correspondent has died Roger mode is dead CBS news reported died of complications of kidney failure at his home in suburban Washington DC much spent more than thirty years on network TV most of us air time log when there were just three major networks on the air well before people got their news from cable or the internet might be sued the Peabody Award for his November nineteen seventy nine special on teddy Kennedy which aired just before the Massachusetts senator challenge then president Carter for the nineteen eighty democratic presidential nomination during the interview might ask Kennedy simply why he wanted to be president Kennedy widely seen as marking the answer ended up losing the nomination to the incumbent Carter went on then to lose to Ronald Reagan Roger Mudd was ninety three I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"president carter" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"North Texas dealer Association. Cars, trucks, SUVs cutting technology. We can drive Get behind the pretty much West East. There's the Pacific front coming through. We have temperatures such as 51 Meet him and alliance on temperature still well up into the 60 67 68 degrees around DFW Airport. They'll all get down into the fifties here within the next hours, this front comes on through right now. It is not severe. We do have some small hail, gusty winds, Lots of lightning, probably a few power outages. But beyond that, it shouldn't do any more harm than that on then we'll be clearing, breezy and 68 this afternoon when they're going to be out of the south was not northwest Southwest 15 to 25 are low tonight around 39 high tomorrow on Lee about 50 yourself and and that's gonna be a little bit cooler with lows in the mid thirties. Tomorrow night. We could see some rain on Wednesday but then drying out in turning cooler on Thursday, Right now at WB Ape 69 degrees. This has been an incredible four years. New President President Carter fresh Wholeness. Let's begin to listen. One of her again Get the fax 24 7. The insight and opinion There's no way that Joe Biden Woz interested in unity. It's just something to say. Alright right here how we can unify if we don't recognize that 70 Million people are not being heard you talking 20. W B A P W b a P com We finished the race strong number one Chevy Silverado in Tahoe dealer in the Nation. Time to reset. Let's make 2021 our best year ever. America's largest selection shop Classic Chevrolet calm Find new roads based on 2020 million registrations. Hi. I'm Jon Stewart Hill, founder of the Good Contractors list. Six months after surviving a massive heart attack, I started the good contractors list that was in 2011. My brush with death made me aware I had done nothing of significance up to that point, But I left the hospital.
WHAS 840 AM
"president carter" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Their presence here today. Thank him from the bottom of my heart. And I know Just like I know the resilience of our constitution. And the strength Strength of our nation. As does President Carter I spoke with last night who cannot be with us today, but whom we salute for his lifetime and service. These girls are just taking the sacred oath each of those Patriots Have taken Oaths first worn by George Washington. But the American story depends not in any one of us. Not on some of us. But I'm all of us. On we, the people. Who seek a more perfect union. This is a great nation. We're good people. Over the centuries to storm and strife. In peace and in war we've come so far. We still have far to go. Will press forward with speed and urgency for we have much to do in this winter of peril. Significant possibilities. Much to repair much to restore much to heal much to build and much to gain. Few people our nation's history. Have been more challenged. Found a time or challenging Difficult in the time right now. Once.
KFI AM 640
"president carter" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Been heard and the world of people has been heated. We've learned again that democracy is precious democracy is fragile. At this hour. My friends democracy has prevailed. So now on this hallowed ground we're just a few days ago. Violence sought to shake the capital's very foundation. We come together as one nation under God, indivisible to carry out the peaceful transfer of power. As we have for more than two centuries as you look ahead and are uniquely American way restless, bowed, optimistic. And set our sights on the nation. We know we can be. And we must be. I thank my predecessors of both parties where their presence here today. I thank him from the bottom my heart and I know I know the resilience of our constitution. And the strength the strength of our nation, as does President Carter. I spoke with last night who cannot be with us today, but who we salute for his lifetime of service. I've just taken a sacred oath each of those Patriots Have taken the oath first worn by George Washington. But the American story depends not in any one of us. Not on some of us, but on all of us. On We, the people who seek a more perfect union. This is a great nation were good people and over the centuries to storm and strife. In peace and in war. We've come so far, but.
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"president carter" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"This hallowed ground, we're just a few days ago, Violence sought to shake the capital's very foundation. We come together as one nation. Under God, indivisible to carry out the peaceful transfer of power as we have for more than two centuries. As we look ahead and are uniquely American way restless, bowed, optimistic and set our sights on the nation. We know we can be, and we must be. Thank my predecessors of both parties where their presence here today. I thank them from the bottom. My heart and I know I know the resilience of our constitution. And the strength the strength of our nation, as does President Carter. I spoke with last night who cannot be with us today, but who we salute for his lifetime of service. Just taking the sacred oath. Each of those Patriots have taken the oath first worn by George Washington. But the American story depends not in any one of us. Not on some of us. But on all of us on we, the people Seek a more perfect union. This is a great nation. We're good people on over the century sue storm and strife. In peace and in war we've come so far. We still have far to go. Will press forward with.
AM 1590 WCGO
"president carter" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
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NBC Nightly News
Remembering civil rights icon John Lewis
"We begin tonight by remembering a civil rights icon congressman John Lewis flags have been lowered to half staff at the White House and on Capitol Hill to honor his passing the longtime Georgia, Congressman, died Friday at age eighty after a valley battle with pancreatic cancer, his tireless and fearless efforts for justice help change the trajectory of the civil rights movement, impacting countless lives less your whole now on more of this tremendous life. When you see something that is not right. Not Jazz not fair. Obligation to set something to do something. John Lewis devoted his life to the fight for Justice and equality. Deep. Down within me moving me. That I could no longer be satisfied or go along with an evil system. The son of Rural Alabama, Sheriff Cropper's Lewis was inspired as a teenager by the activism of Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King Junior. He joined the civil rights movement in. It's early days the sit ins and freedom rides, often facing arrest and violent opposition segregation was the order of the day that was a tremendous amount of fear, and I wanted to do something about it we wanted to. Redeem, the soul of America. And move toward a more perfect union. He became the leader of the student nonviolent Coordinating Committee and help organize the historic march on Washington I. Lewis spoke that day, too. He was twenty three. We do not allowed freedom. We wanted to be reading. Abbey was among the leaders who met that day with President John. F Kennedy I was not concerned about making history. just wanted to change things on March seventeenth nineteen, sixty five in Selma Alabama he did both. Much today to Germany ties to the nation leading a peaceful march for voting rights. And others were attacked by state troopers, wielding clubs and tear gas. It became known as bloody Sunday. Lewis suffered a fractured skull. Laws consciousness fifty years later. Don't recall. made it back across that bridge televised images of violence that day galvanize the nation, spurring passage of the Voting Rights Act signed into law just five months later. John Lewis was there to. John Lewis Education Project. He worked tirelessly to turn hard. One voting rights into political power to minute people. A two-minute black people died in the state for the right to register and the right to vote. He helped run volunteer programs for President Carter and in nineteen. eighty-six was elected to Congress from Georgia vegging. He served more than thirty years at enduring symbol and a tireless advocate for social justice. Let us. We came into do job. We came into work, a leading voice and a moral beacon John Lewis was known as the conscience of Congress admired respected and loved generations from now parents teach their children. What is meant by courage? The story of John Lewis will come to mind. An American. Who Do the change could not wait for some other person for some other times we must never ever give out. We must have an advocate. We must keep the fake key. Own the. Lesser Reporting! House Speaker Nancy Pelosi today, calling Congressman Lewis One of the greatest heroes of American History Jeff Bennett has more on the outpouring of touching tributes. Tonight tributes and remembrances for the civil rights icon and longtime congressman. John Lewis Former President Barack Obama saying that Lewis loved this country so much that he risked his life and his blood, so that it might live up to its promise. Lewis and Obama shared a deep admiration for one another last month, the to offering inspiration to young activists, leading the latest demonstrations for equality and justice. That's why when I see these young people. Here right now. I am inspired to go into him. Redeem this Sullivan Mercker. In say that country former President George W Bush saying tonight that America can best honor John's memory by continuing his journey toward liberty and justice for all Bill Clinton calling Lewis the conscience of the nation and from Jimmy Carter all Americans. Oh John Lewis a debt of gratitude,
4th CTA employee dies of COVID-19, Chicago mayor reports
"Chicago Chicago mayor mayor Lori Lori Lightfoot Lightfoot announcing announcing this this afternoon afternoon afford afford CTA CTA employee employee has has died died of of covert covert nineteen nineteen the the individual individual was was a a veteran veteran of of the the CTA CTA having having worked worked in in the the C. C. T. T. S. S. technology technology department department for over twenty years as president Carter himself noted this employee was a consummate public servant who is fully committed to the mission and goals of the CTA in our city and making sure that commuters I could travel safely on the CTA that CTA workers name has not been
The Healthcare Policy Podcast
Daniel Dawes Discusses His Just-Published, "The Political Determinants of Health"
"As you note. the medical division Attempted to provide a medical care for five of the five million freed. Slaves Post Civil. It was reauthorized annually. And then you know discussions shutdown eventually not long after eighteen seventy two So effectives Sally but short lived and then. Your Book Discusses And then there's crisis long pause and then you discuss. This comes back for example in your discussion of hill. Burton under Truman There's a national school lunch program or act that Ronald Reagan looked at favorably President Carter and eighty had a mental health systems act so there's other like legislation between then and now let's let's go to the specifics of Applicable terminates and then we'll get to a context current context and you know three primary portable determines That you not discuss. Can you identify those and give a brief overview of why you not those three primary absolutely so so in in the book you know? I explore all the things That contribute to health and survival in this country for our most vulnerable populations including three major aspects voting government and policy. Right and the reason I did that is because as I kept thinking about these multiple interacting determinants of health right and their impact on our overall health and what what scientists researchers have have shown us over the last few years in terms of what really plays an outsized role in our overall health. They've looked at the social determinants of health. The behavioral health determinants and so forth and and and they stopped there and I found it very interesting because you know underlying every single one of these. Social determinants is a political determining political accident accident. So we need to zoom out even further to understand those pieces and and as I think about the political determinants of health you know I see it as involving Systematic process of structuring relationships distributing resources and administering power operating simultaneously in ways a mutually reinforced or influence one another to save opportunities that either advance health equity or exacerbate health inequities. So the way I look at. This is through the Lens of okay. Let's see how voting impacts health. What are the challenges and opportunities there right? How can we use voting? Which is usually deemed. The frontline how can we use that? That part of the process to to bypass government for instance. Right if we have a government that is not Receptive to this health equity agenda. How might you be able to bypass them to get your policy agenda through and so we talk about ballot augmentation and the book In the world. Can you work with the government and that is keen on Shredding you know whatever P- public policy agenda you might have into pieces. How can you work with them in such a situation? And then with the policy piece right which we know concretizes these decisions by by Government Officials how can we ensure that they are taking an equity Lens To their work so I think one of the things that's really interesting about today You know it's really interesting especially as we discuss These issues two days after the tenth anniversary CHARAC being signed into law which I deem as the most comprehensive and inclusive health law that we've ever had passed at the federal level here in the United States There are certainly lessons to be learned from that but what we have now is the perfect storm for disaster right a serious health crisis going on an equitable method of health. Delivery millions of uninsured people in on even politically charged approach to dealing with this pandemic. That we're in an upcoming election. And and some of the most vulnerable people on the frontlines keeping our country. Going all of these things leave us vulnerable and they shine a huge spotlight pot. Light on the holes and the gaps in the the shortfalls in our current system. And so I found it very necessary to to actually single them out from voting. What has happened there that we can leverage or the challenges there right when we talk about you know structuring relationships looking at redistricting redistricting process and how that is used to structure relationships? Right administering power how gerrymandering has been used For such causes and and distributing resources right especially as we look at. What's happening with this pandemic today with with access the To the test right and access hopefully to treatments once that's created the vaccines and so forth. So these are things that are being magnified today that I think The book really does a line and and showing how we can tackle some of these issues.
Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
Remembering Paul Volcker
"Here's the thing about Paul Volcker the former chairman of the Federal Reserve arguably one of the most influential of Fed shares. Who died it yesterday at the age of ninety two? Yeah it's kind of an amazing story that's author and New York Times editorial board member beaming Applebaum on this show about a month or two ago. He used to cover the Fed for the Times. When Paul Volcker I started at the Federal Reserve he worked basically as a human calculator in an office deep inside the Federal Reserve? There Have Bank of New York in the early nineteen fifties and he told his wife one night that he didn't think he had a future at the Fed that as an economist he was always going to be consigned to being essentially. Actually you know A worker bee at this institution that was run by financial market types businessmen. Those even a Iowa Hog farmer there and he didn't think that he had much chance of getting ahead. Suffice it to say Paul Volcker got way ahead at the Federal Reserve. Jimmy Carter picked him to run the Central Bank in nineteen seventy nine with inflation and this is important headed toward almost fifteen percent. I ask Carter about that about the economic and political fallout from picking Volker when I interviewed the former president in two thousand ten so I went looking as I Picked up this book. I went looking for the name. Paul Volcker who You pointed to the Fed in nineteen seventy nine. You don't come across crosses name until page three hundred and forty something and it's really funny because it is dismissed in a sentence. Paul Volcker came in We decided we could work with him. And then the the next day bang you name to defend that was really the one of the most hotly debated things. I did because a lot of my political advisor. Said don't appoint Paul Volcker because he's going to tighten up on everything and you will have no control at all over the Fed anymore. You won't even have communication with him when Paul Volcker came. I was seeing the prospect of enormous inflation rates. And so I agreed with Paul Volcker in conversation that I would not interfere in what he did. I was prepared for him. To tighten up tremendously and drive interest rates and so forth up in order to control rampant in. It's funny actually because a little bit later in the book you basically say in this passage that you dictated at the time Volcker says he's going to have to tighten interest rates. And it's GonNa hurt me politically. I mean. You knew it was coming. I knew it was coming but I was prepared to take it. I thought that I could be reelected in spite of that as it turns out. Of course things didn't work out for President Carter about which I asked Paul Volcker in two thousand twelve if I read the see the recounting of that job interview correctly in this book. You basically said I want independence and I gotta do what I gotTa do. It was obvious why he wanted to see me. But I MR president and if you're thinking of appointing me Germany Federal Reserve. You have to know that I believe in somewhat entitled Monetary Policy and we have been following and my predecessor followed. Yeah you know I the next question I asked the president actually was Did you mind when he raised interest. He's like that and he said Oh no I I thought it was going to be good for the next presidential term. I thought that term was going to be mine. Not Raking No. He asked him why said I cost him the election. There's some people said and he had kind of Ri- smiled and he said well I think there were a few other factors as well after he left the Fed in nineteen eighty seven. Paul Volcker worked on on Wall Street for a while. Got Drafted back into government service every now and then most. Recently as the chairman of President Obama's economic recovery advisory board and as the namesake for the Volcker Carulli. The part of the Dodd Frank Financial Reform Bill that limited some of the kinds of trades. The Big Wall Street banks could make. But really when you think Paul Volcker. It's those years in the late nineteen seventies early nineteen eighties when the Fed pushed short-term interest rates up to a record twenty percent to get inflation back under control twenty percent went today the Fed's current short-term target rate is between one and a half percent and one and three quarters percent and it hasn't over five in more than a decade which makes double digit interest rates hard for most Americans below a certain age to even fathom so marketplace's Amy Scott takes us back in the early nineteen eighties and Owen managed a bank branch Boston to remember telling customers. They'd have to pay twenty one percent interest for a car loan today. The average is just over for four percent. They would get mad at the bank and many times they would just basically say I can't afford that. Oh and went on to become an economist at the Fed and now teaches at Hamilton College. She says those high interest rates had a purpose volcker was trying to slow down demand by making borrowing more expensive give. It made it difficult for people to buy houses by cars Credit card interest rates. Were extremely high. The economy did slowdown slowdown falling into two recessions. In one thousand nine hundred eighty two unemployment topped ten percent in protest homebuilders mailed. Chunks of two by fours is to Volker and members of Congress. Fred Napolitano is former president of the National Association of homebuilders. Just make a point to say this is what we do is is what we build you know with. The interest rate is hurting us. That pain eventually paid off. Robert King is a professor of economics at Boston University. Ultimately once people began to believe that inflation was gonNA come down it came down and interest rates tumbled and the economy recovered and and it's viewed as a major triumph at triumph. Nobody wants to have to repeat. I'm Amy Scott for marketplace. Paul Volcker did yesterday at at the age of ninety
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Former Fed Chief Paul Volcker, inflation slayer, dies at 92
"He was known as the fed chair who tamed inflation now Paul Volcker has died at his home in New York here's ABC Jim Ryan Paul Volcker served as chairman of the federal reserve under presidents Carter and Reagan but decades later head of president Obama's economic recovery advisory board to combat inflation folders that raise the federal funds rate and tighten the money supply and while it did cut inflation can also created the conditions for a recession he founded the Volcker alliance a nonpartisan nonprofit organization when he was eighty six to promote public service he died yesterday at ninety
Former U.S. President Carter hospitalized in Georgia with urinary tract infection
"Former president Jimmy Carter is back in a hospital near his home town in Georgia and beer as Giles Snyder reports that Carter was admitted over the weekend after his release from another hospital the day before thanksgiving the statement from the Carter center says the former president is being treated for urinary tract infection at the Phoebe Sumpter Medical Center that he feels better now and that the next statement will be issued when his release for further rest and recovery at home just last Wednesday Carter was released from Emory University hospital in Atlanta he had a procedure they are to relieve pressure on his brain caused by recent falls he fell twice in October the first time requiring stitches the second time suffering a minor pelvic fracture yeah def hip replacement surgery after a fall last spring Carter's ninety five years old the longest living former
Former U.S. President Carter hospitalized in Georgia with urinary tract infection
"Or a former president back in the hospital Carter center says in a statement that the thirty ninth U. S. president was admitted to Phoebe Sumpter Medical Center in Americus Georgia this past weekend for treatment for a urinary tract infection they say he's feeling better Mr Carter underwent surgery last month to relieve pressure on his brain caused by bleeding from recent falls he's fallen at least three
Former U.S. President Carter home for the holidays after surgery
"Former president Carter is out of the hospital today get your will be a happy thanksgiving for the Carter family former president Jimmy Carter being released from Emory University hospital this morning just in time to head home for Turkey day in a written release the hospital says Mr Carter and his wife looked forward to spending the holiday at home in plains where he'll continue to recover the former president underwent brain surgery to relieve pressure from a subdural hematoma on November twelfth Michelle right ninety five point five W. S. local news every thirty minutes and when it breaks ninety five point five W. S. B. and on it sorry updating next whether or not the balloons will be along to tomorrow's Macy's parade
Former U.S. President Carter home for the holidays after surgery
"To eleven former president Jimmy Carter's could be home for thanksgiving picture will be a happy thanksgiving for the Carter family former president Jimmy Carter being released from Emory University hospital this morning just in time to head home for Turkey day in a written release the hospital says Mr Carter and his wife looked forward to spending the holiday at home in plains where he'll continue to recover the former president underwent brain surgery to relieve pressure from a subdural hematoma on
AP News Radio
Former President Carter out of surgery, no complications
"Former president Jimmy Carter was out of surgery Jimmy Carter spokeswoman says the former president is recovering at Emory University hospital following surgery to relieve pressure from bleeding on his brain Carter has fallen at least three times this year the first incident in the spring required hip replacement surgery he was briefly hospitalized after fracturing his pelvis three weeks ago Carter candidly said he's at ease with his own mortality during a recent church of parents after a dire cancer diagnosis in twenty fifteen he said he prayed about having the proper attitude toward death since then Carter said he's been absolutely confident in the Christian idea of life after death I'm Walter Ratliff