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"president coolidge" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"Before we go to our last question, let me mention that even though I don't regularly do Q&A on a daily basis in the podcast, I like to do these special episodes in which I take questions that allow me to kind of give a little more detailed answer than I otherwise could. And so please send in questions. I love to see them. I read them all. Debbie and I read them together, and then we pick questions that we can use in these Q&A episodes. So audio questions are good. Video questions are good. And the place to send them just email them. Question dinesh at Gmail dot com. So question dinesh at Gmail dot com. And don't hesitate to respond to my segments, if a question comes up or just a question that's on your mind. And I'll be happy to consider it for a future episode. So here's our last question. Listen. Good dinesh, I'm a big fan. I was hoping that you could refute James Whitman's 1924 immigration act charge a bit more in this book. You claim that the progressives passed it, but we know that Coolidge was in charge in Republicans owned the House and the Senate. Thank you. So this is a good question and one that needs a little bit of explanation. We're talking about a book by the Yale legal scholar James Whitman. And in that book, he's talking about the kind of Nazi America connection. And although Whitman portrays it as a Nazi American connection with the kind of blame falling on America for some rather troubling ties that he's able to show between nazism in the 30s and 40s. And what was going on in America at the time, for example, one of the things that Whitman does is he points out that the Nuremberg laws were based upon the Jim Crow laws of the America south, the American south, that the Germans actually had those Jim Crow laws in their hands. And were drafting laws for that would discriminate against the Jews. Using the template or the model for the laws that had been passed in the south against blacks. Now, I point out in my book called the big lie that what Whitman is very careful not to say is that these were democratic laws. These were laws passed by the Democratic Party every segregation law, all the Jim Crow laws in the south were democratic legislature, democratic governor, enforced by democratic officials. So Whitman is artfully putting the blame on America when it belongs in a more specific and tailored way on the Democratic Party. Now, there is another example that Whitman uses that appears to be a little more problematic, and that's what this question is about. We're now talking about the immigration restriction act of 1924, which was by the way almost explicitly you could say racist because it established quotas that were based upon country of origin, and the idea was to let immigrants through not just from Europe, but basically from the northern Nordic parts of Europe, and to restrict immigration even from southern Europe and then not to mention places like Asia were like absolutely out of bounds. In fact, there's an amazing case of very fascinating at least to me of an Asian Indian sea who filed a lawsuit on the basis that although a Sikh with a turban and dark skinned he was nevertheless racially Caucasian and should be considered a Caucasian for the purposes of the immigration laws and a judge looked at it and basically goes, no, I don't think they had you in mind. Sorry, you can't make it through. So this is part of the controversial history of American immigration. But the question really is this isn't it a fact that Republicans were complicit. In passing this 1924 act because after all, who was the president Coolidge, and the Republicans had a majority in the House and in the Senate. Now, here I think that we're we need to make a distinction between the party, Republican and Democrat. And the movement that I'm calling progressivism, the progressive movement began in the early part of the 20th century. Well, it had some roots in the 19th century. But here's the point, progressivism infected both parties. If you go back to 1912, the election in 1912 was between a progressive Woodrow Wilson and his main opponent was in other progressive Teddy Roosevelt, who had come who had been a president and a Republican but left the Republican Party to start his own party called the bull moose party, which was progressive. So progressive against progressive, and the Republican Party itself had a lot of progressives. So it there's no inconsistency in saying that the 1924 immigration act was in fact passed by Democrats and Republicans working together, but this was the progressive Democrats and the progressive Republicans. So the progressives and the two parties came together to pass a racist immigration law that later met with the approval and the enthusiasm of one Adolf Hitler..
"president coolidge" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"By the Democrat party and their so called progressives After Marxism was launched the 1800s in Europe These intellectuals pushed the agenda here And by the way Several of them were Republicans One of the Republicans who embraced what they would come to call self identify as progressivism was Theodore Roosevelt One of the early publications of that movement was the new republic It's not much of a magazine anymore but it had a lot of influence intellectuals back then And it was very influential with Theodore Roosevelt Theodore Roosevelt often talked about nationalism Nationalism I write about all this in rediscovering americanism and the tyranny of progressivism Nationalism many aspects of this argument of nationalism I'm not talking about patriotism in americanism Nationalism You know we have a federal republic Not a national republic a federal republic So nationalism in the context of governing Was absolutely rejected by the framers of the constitution The constitution doesn't provide for an all powerful centralized national government Even over Tenth Amendment added later Specifically about state sovereignty federalism I say don't say nationalism say americanism because the people who embrace nationalism do not embrace constitutionalism or conservatism or individualism They may claim they do it because they probably don't even comprehend what they're saying No matter how fast they talk or how affected their speech may be But there's always been this element within the Republican Party Now it's the heart and soul of the Democrat party They don't call it nationalism It's centralism for them Centralism All these states get in the way all these people in their free will get in the way here We're trying to reorganize society and make it so perfect and better And they're in the way all these white supremacists and capitalists and all the rest of it In the nationalists They take the American first movement to mean The destruction of your individual liberty your mobility Your free will just listen very carefully Oh they're a little bit schizophrenic I admit They attacked the very Washington that they helped create That is the city Somebody needs to do something about this You ever hear them say stuff like that Well if it's constitutional somebody does They're not so much worried about processes and the constitution is all about processes It's all about keeping power away from certain institutions dividing and checking it balancing it They're more worried about the absolute outcomes Well then we all want outcomes we agree with But we can lose our entire civil society if we don't support the constitutional processes right Now these movements rise within the Republican Party from time to time I told you about Theodore Roosevelt You saw a pap you can and there have been others And they've been opposed strongly And I'm not talking about the Republican rhino establishment Two of our greatest presidents Coolidge and Reagan rejected it completely And Donald Trump is not as some would paint him either Donald Trump did more since Ronald Reagan to support and defend the constitution and any president That includes both bushes Both bushes That includes Mitch McConnell that includes the Republican establishment Washington D.C. So people try to project onto him and project under the body politic their audiology But it's not the American ideology Mike why are you going on like this Because when I look at candidates to support I look at candidates to support who understand this Who embrace the founding who embrace capitalism because capitalism and constitutionalism go hand in hand The market system Somebody said to me the other day A friend of mine Well how do you explain roads and bridges and everything I have said my friend if we're down to debating roads and bridges that are necessary for government we're a pretty damn good shape Don't you think rich That's not what we're debating Roads and bridges We're debating redistribution of wealth We're debating the government imposing upon you standards Of life and care Well then any authority Stealing your free will when it comes to healthcare and so forth I mean we're not debating roads and bridges I'm more than happy to debate that That would be fun at least we'd still be inside the constitutional box And by the way I have no problem with them Adam Smith had no problem with them either Adam Smith believed you need to have a basic tax level in order for a civil society to function I got it That doesn't mean you need a three and a half $1 trillion infrastructure program where 9% of it goes to roads and bridges You get the point So I looked in Ohio At the various candidates who were running At who from my perspective after all these decades would be the most reliable vote for liberty For the constitution for security including the border And it was hands down Josh mandel Josh mandel who have been elected treasure of Ohio Josh mandel who was part of the Tea Party movement Josh mandel Early on supported Ted Cruz and then immediately swung to support Donald Trump like so many of us Dash mandel who campaigned for Donald Trump in 2016 I endorsed Josh mandel when he ran for the Senate the first time in the Republican primary.
"president coolidge" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"Taters. The local papers absolutely gushed over the dinner. When the time for the serving of the course of possum and taters and the Simon beer was reached down the center aisle and headed directly for judge taft, there came a waiter who fairly staggered under the weight of the choicest possum dressed hole and properly garnished with rich golden Georgia yams and followed by another waiter with a flagon of persimmon beer. By the way, taft wasn't the only president who has a documented history with possums. Thomas Jefferson reportedly played with them as a child, Herbert Hoover adopted one and it took up residence in a pen that previously housed president Coolidge's raccoon named Rebecca. Man, presidents of past way more wild pet choices. Anyway, these are stories for another day. As for taft and his dinner in Atlanta, the great possum feast. It turns out to have been a very pointedly political choice. So what was going on there was that like many presidents, taft had to try to appeal to people from a broad segment of America and a broad segment of voters. And one of the things that entailed was the idea of appealing to southern voters. It's sort of like, you know, when the president goes to Philadelphia, they eat a cheesesteak, right? So taft thought that when he would go to the south, he should either possum because that was a southern delicacy. What taft was doing with his possum dinner was essentially the equivalent of a presidential candidate going to the Minnesota state fair and eating a corn dog and other foods on a stick. But interestingly, this was not the end of taft's love affair, with the possum. Another really funny thing that happened because of this possum feast of taft's was the creation of the Billy possum toy. To understand the strangeness of the Billy possum toy. We've got to go back to the teddy bear. The teddy bear was invented to honor Theodore, AKA teddy, Roosevelt. And when Roosevelt left office, the toy makers were nervous that the teddy bear would stop selling. So they needed to come up with a new product associated with a new president. William, AKA Billy taft. You see where this is going, right? So the Georgia Billy possum company formed and they made thousands of stuffed opossums in time for this possum feast. Billy possum was honestly really cute. He's a little plush white possum with a pink nose and a long tail, and you can still find a few of them in museums here and there. And the company's slogan was goodbye teddy bear, hello, Billy possum, but sadly, it was a big flop. So some of these toys still do survive, but it never became a fad. Alas, poor Billy possum was left sitting on the shelf. There's no single moment when the possum went from being a beloved meal to a cheap joke about roadkill. But Steve says things began to change in the 20th century. Part of it was that people just weren't hunting as much. And when they did go hunting, it was often with guns instead of dogs. And you can't keep a possum alive for a week feeding it milk and cereal. If you've already shot it. But back in Wausau the possum still holds a place of honor. Because the humble possum lives on. In our yards, in our history, and even maybe in our hearts. God bless you. You strange. Sort of adorable. But mostly. The hideous creature. Children are to the heart of power that wasn't required. The wasa possum festival is the first Saturday of August. It is not clear yet whether the festival will be virtual or in person this year. Stay tuned. The song you heard at the end was carve that possum by Sam Lucas, performed by peerless Quartet with Harry C Brown. This episode was produced by Johanna Mayer. Our podcast is a co production of Atlas obscura and witness docs. The production team includes Doug baldinger. Camille Stanley. Willis writer armament. Sarah Wyman manolo Morales Sarah Kaplan. Gianna Palmer, Tracy Samuelson. John delore, Peter Clowney. Our technical director is Casey holford. This episode was sound design and mixed by Chris naka. If you want to learn more, be sure to visit Atlas obscura dot com. There's a link in our episode description. Our theme and end credit music is by Sam tindall, and I'm Dylan thores, wishing you.
"president coolidge" Discussed on The Woody Show
"This is count. And i hate to do this menace but we have. We have a boycott we to go do some protest because what happens number. One killer of raccoons rabies. Obviously everyone knows that. And so when iraq who gets size rabies gravy gravy like. He's out there killing him. So what does get rabies. And let's say they're involved with the human. Maybe scratched that human up. The response should be empathy compassion for our little buddies out there. Is that pin right not what. Abc seven miami did with this top of the ten o'clock news hit piece when they found a rabid raccoon. Oh we also have clip several clips. So they this is a i. Don't know how much news is going on. A miami fort lauderdale right now but this again the number one three. Yeah all right here. We go seven news and and violence and go on. The raccoon was so crazy. Fall oliver all the way to the door. And even paul it at the door trying to get in leading to women flooded and ben shapiro injuries after the bad advice. Good evening travers. Sick that was infected with rabies data. Aac what he trapped something. i do. Try to get away exactly. And if a person had rabies and they you know. This is lack of compassion. Sensationalism eliza attacking our furry little friend. Margaret doesn't completely unconcerned. Not how you off better raccoon news. Thank you all right. That was very disappointing. Exactly i'll tell you who did better that was. Nbc ten rhode island a picture. Several pictures again. How much news is going on in rhode island this dad and this little kid. Jj they saw raccoon komo to their back porch and so jj what he did instead of fear. Mongering and screaming like abc. seven in the miami. Did he sat down and he had dinner with. The raccoon was an apple orange. Or whatever out back those to dinner together so these photos went around. I guess they went viral in rhode island and who shows up the news chen. Bc tend to do a whole piece on that news. Jeez i they sent a whole crew out there because a five year old photos with raccoon they both had his. Bushy tail and bandit is a fernley sort of cartoon type of raccoon. May animal hung around and seemed to enjoy his socially distance. Dinner company. For about fifteen minutes. The raccoon hasn't since comeback but. Jj has a name for him. What is his name way. we will be back. I don't know where that came from. So we have a raccoon in the backyard. Nice warwick sam reed. Nbc ten news. Okay i just wanna go find all his friends and get them together. Hey what's up here feeding rabies. Yeah that's how you do. How dare you what he news again. How what what's going on news cruiser show apparently so weird menace out there right now looking out for some raccoon news other good raccoon news. We've got a new piece of literature that has been published. And i've got a copy right here. Her children's book called rebecca the white house raccoon. No a raccoon did live in the white. And that's what this about. Tell you what medicine tell us what it's all about about. How calvin coolidge yes. He was given a raccoon supposedly to eat as dinner but calvin and his wife first lady grace coolidge said. You know what this this raccoon dinner. He's going to be our new pet at indeed. that's what happened. This book from kelvin. kevin coolidge dot. Org is all about the first white. The first and only that i know of white house raccoon what it would do this about a thirty page children's book. I admit up to the first page. All right right in front of it from the beginning erica. Everyone loves raccoons. Why iraq coon could even be president of the united states. One day all right. Did you know that. The president calvin. Did you know that president calvin coolidge americans. America's thirty first president had a pet raccoon. I didn't know. cms told me. Her name was raccoon. A- kula she was a gift to the president she was. She was a gift to president. Coolidge is a kids. Bugger yeah just five to eight. Who wouldn't want a raccoon who went want one supporter of the president. Coolidge thought you'd be a great for three years iraq. We're going to open all right next to our ice calvin coolidge related or something must be arranged. He's also the author of totally ninja raccoons noise other children's book syria. I want more raccoon back to the news. The most biggest the most biggest story about raccoons this year has been coons e the raccoon. Recall that we've had two different news stories. Norman homa where a guy. George simmons from idaho. He showed up because it all those ice storms. Awhile back and so he was there as an arborist who's helping clear down trees and he had to fat gigantic totally. They just kind of hung out with him and lived in his truck with him. Then they run away. Well kunsi ran away so we had that story where the follow up story about how. The community rallied for him and search for kunsi night and day. Well he had to go back home right and until just recently where they think they had a kunsi citing in fact they caught a big old fat raccoon in the cage. It seemed docile and so the news was there. Yes kfor in northern oklahoma again. What's going on. This is the news three times to find out because kunsi was micro-chipped it find out if indeed i'd beg reveal later. Let's let's hear what happened. Saying she looked just like kunsi adding she would sit up. Drink tea and hope people's hands like kunsi. George still in idaho book the next flight out down here eight hours all for this moment. Kunia micro-chipped the state wildlife department lending a hand with a scanner. The moment of truth should've picked it up by now. We'll be right there so close but not kunsi way so you had to drive that far close how it on the phone just say stanford or so in desk third story. They've done though saying the effort isn't over. You keep doing a good job chats. I got to get her back. Also percent oklahoma crime pussy back. Sounds like you also teeth missing this. Oh lover.
"president coolidge" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Month by U. S consumers might happen, explains incomes dropped for a second straight month in May following by 2% after a 13% decline in April. The cameras department says consumer spending was flat last month following canes of nearly 1% in April. And 5% in March, when Americans received distribution payments of up to $1400 a person. Meanwhile, inflation jumped 14000.4% in May. It's up nearly 4% over the past 12 months. That's almost double the Federal Reserve's 2% target for annual price increases. My camp in Washington and on Wall Street stocks have turned higher. The Dow is up 249 points, the NASDAQ Is ahead. 12 points more a town hall dot com. Now you're really update brings you something you might not know. Last week I was vacationing in Wyoming. This western enclave is a unique part of America. There is little crime. No face mass. Many sleep with their doors unlocked. As violent criminals are few and quickly prosecuted if they misbehave. The state is also home to some of the most stunning natural landscapes found anywhere in the world. Particularly the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park. Here are a few fun facts for folks thinking about making the trick out West or If you are on the Pacific Coast, Idaho, Utah and Nevada. Going east to Wyoming. Earthquakes give rise to the 40 mile long Teton range over millions of years, violent quakes have shaken the land, causing blocks of rock on both sides of the fall to slip past each other. That gives you a majestic landscape. Archaeologists believe the first human beings arrived in the region about 11,000 years ago. In 1929 President Coolidge when against enormous public opposition and approve the original 96,000 Acre park, which encompass the Teton range in six. Glacial lakes in 1943. President Roosevelt established the 210,000 Acre Jackson Hole National Monument to protect the remaining federal lands on the Valley floor. Now over to Yellowstone, one of the most popular tourist sites in the world. It was established by Congress and signed into law by President Grant on March 1st 18 72. Yellow. So was the first national park in the USA. It might have been The first National park in the world. The territory encompasses 3700 Square Miles. That's 2.2 million acres of land, and it's protected. Larger than Rhode Island and Delaware combined. But if you are heading to Yellowstone beware, humans are not at the top of the food chain. The area is home to the highest concentration of mammals in the lower 48 states, including some very deadly predators like the grizzly bear and the Great wolf. I had two large foxes on my porch. They did not look friendly. But then again, neither do I. Back after this. Thousands of animals are abandoned in the wilderness in America, and they need your help. I partnered up with Delta Rescue, the largest, no kill care for life Animal sanctuary in the world. Founded by actor Leo Grillo. Delta Animal Sanctuary is one of the kind rescue Trained attendants look after each animal, providing them with food treats toys and affection. Also, Delta Rescue has an on site animal hospital that operates 365 days a year and unlike others, Delta rescue believes in giving animals the right to life. They allow all moms to have their letters, then care for the entire family for life. Will the rescue relies solely on donations from people like us to help fulfill their mission?.
"president coolidge" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis
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"president coolidge" Discussed on Experiences You Should Have
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"president coolidge" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"And listen to man is about to say yeah. Let's body listen. The usa radio network presents the greatest radio programs of all time radio workshop dedicated to man's imagination. The theater of the mind this is classic radio theatre want to get away from it all the fbi and peace and war. Mcgee the unexpected. The unexpected the unexpected. Now here's your host. Why it talks evening friend. Liu and lionel barrymore at the story of doctor kildare from seventy one years ago. Pedder twenty-second nine thousand. Nine hundred fifty. The story of alice brady. And we thank you for tuning in on this monday edition twenty-second february fifty third day of the year. Three hundred twelve days remaining until we get out of twenty twenty one washington university founded in saint louis on this date in eighteen fifty. Three as eliot seminary penn state university founded on this date in eighteen fifty. Five republican party opened. Its first national. Meeting in pittsburgh on this date in eighteen fifty. Six tennessee adopted a new constitution on this date in eighteen. Sixty five that abolished slavery. Johns hopkins university founded in baltimore on this date in eighteen. Seventy six and in eighteen. Seventy nine in utica new york frank. Woolworth opened the first of his many five and ten cent will stores on this date in eighteen. Eighty nine president. Cleveland signed a bill. Admitting north dakota south dakota montana and washington as states in emory california on this date in nineteen twenty the first dog track to employ an imitation rabbit opened in nineteen twenty-three the us began the first transcontinental air mail route president. Coolidge became the first president to deliver a radio broadcast from the white house. In nineteen twenty. Four this is what we believe is a recording of.
"president coolidge" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed
"A white house meeting with president coolidge and told him of secret hopes for a government sponsored settlement but as a strike deadline near the federal government refused to intervene the imperious were unwilling to publicly admit that an african union could force a national emergency as a desperate hope. Randolph then went begging to air force. President william green and a last minute meeting. He employed green for nfl support of the porter. Strike getting the setlow railroads brotherhoods to close down. The trains. green told him that the public isn't ready to accept the strike by negroes. He told randolph to give up. Call off the strike randolph. Sadly obeyed on the eve of the first strike of african row workers were now to go back to work to offer no resistance to the company's this illusion than confused. The african port is left the union by thousands two thirds of the unions. Seven thousand members quit in the next few months ramdas. Only plan was for them to wait and wait until you're american. Decided to finally approve of them. Many porters were fired by the triumphant company knowing that runoff had left them defenseless. Do slow to a trickle. And even the messenger stopped appearing. A phillip randolph had acceptance from the afl leadership. But the workers would fall him. Pay the bill and he had succeeded in defusing a potentially explosive struggle of african workers. Run us vindication came with the new deal with the entry into state power of the liberal democratic party politicians who understood him and why he was so useful in nineteen thirty seven. The national liberal relations board ordered the pullman company to recognize brotherhood and give into its main demands during the same period. We should know african nationalists in the north who are trying to form. Unions of an independent from your american unionism was subjected to both legal and police disruption the imperious auto settlement. Portas wages went up by thirty percent while working hours cut randolph with promoted as very successful leader of an all african union. Who had gotten his members sizeable rewards in wages and working conditions his greatest hour of fame. They still ahead. The nineteen forty one march on washington movement. When for the one month round was most important african in the us this was the event that ensured him a place as a national leader africans for the us empire instead of booker. T. washington an avowed socialist. Labor leader was now meeting in advising the white house so a new militant nationalism and the new protests oriented integrationism engaged in ideological struggle for leadership of the african massey's it was not however assymetrical struggle or an equal one struggle air. The is the insurgent. Nationalism had the fog. Greatest share of public support particularly from the laboring masses is also true. The african revolutionaries of that time had not yet developed successful strategies for liberation. The civil rights integrationist however slim their own forces had the powerful resources of the oppression nation backing their play the full range of forces from the us department of justice and the police to the foundations the social democrats and set the trade unions all work together in various ways to promote the hegemony of modernized neocolonial leadership allied to.
"president coolidge" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Not enough available inventory should be a good sign for homebuilders heading into 2021. Without a doubt. Tucker and I have talked about this off there. I recently purchased the house within the last couple weeks closed on it, and Tucker has been looking as well. There's just so much demand and research has shown. In fact, the managing director at the S and P Dow Jones has mentioned that it's clear data that people are moving out of urban markets and purchasing suburban homes and that has been spurred on by the pandemic. See of that, as one factor that has sped things up has been a catalyst. The low interest rates that we're seeing of mortgage very easily attainable at 26 or 27, and you've seen home prices jump as ah, result of it, looking around the area where we are in Massachusetts. I mean these suburban home prices Chuck, It's just absolutely crazy. I was part of some of the open house is where people are going in with no home inspections. Bidding way over. Ask just to securities houses. It's been absolutely nuts. This is my buddy recently bought a house and after long, long search But there was 13 offers. And he had to pay 75 K over ask which is insane. It was 14 1400 Square Foot house, like, what are we doing? Well, and this is the thing that I come back to on this is you know, I remember when I bought my condo in Somerville back in 2013 2013. And the only way I was even able to get I got bit out overbid on three different places I was trying to buy and the only way I found this one was it had, for whatever reason, already gone through an open house, and I guess no one liked it. I thought it was fine. But so there's no one I was bidding against in this turn. But when I come back to that is, you know, I've heard people now saying, Well, you know this markets, you know, getting overpriced, yada yada, and all I see is okay. It might be overpriced, but of the 13 people that put offers in on that property. 12 of them didn't get it. So you still have them out there looking like that the time where I start getting nervous about overpricing. He's not during the bidding words. It's when bidding wars start to go away because that means that okay, you're finally seeing, you know? Ah, balance between supply and demand. So I guess what I what? I come back to his look if if you're seeing, you know, places With 2030 offers on which I am seeing. Again. There's only one person who can buy the house. So there's no other 29 people afterwards. They're still looking around for a new place. So I get that. You know, there's some concern. I think rightly so that hey, we haven't let any of the bad stuff happened. You know, we haven't let for closes or evictions happen, but We're running it like 2.3 months of inventory. People like you're not going to suddenly see eight months of inventory. Just come on the market, right. It's like there's there's so much demand that I think this market can absorb excess inventory at this point in still, you know, continue to see prices move up a little bit. It's just It's just how how competitive it is. I mean, we went Tomo wife and I went to two open houses last weekend. And you know these air right around $400,000.0. My God was a crap. It's just like the floors were literally tilting. There were you feel like you're walking uphill. Just everything was taken care of very poorly. The house was just like off kilter. It's just it's $400,000. What are we doing? This is terrible inventory out there. Just don't watch fixer upper if you want to be depressed about losing the Northeast window. You want a 35 screws? 3500 square foot house for? I don't know what your budget $175,000 sure we could do that. His things. We can add extra space. You know. You want three acres? Yeah. Here you go. 185,000. There you go. Perfect but appear No, Forget it. Forget it took her. What's the What's the commute from Waco? I'm thinking about it now, at this point, working remote, so possibility might just moved away can bring this board with me and do the show from there. Good God, it's terrible appear. Do a little bit of trivia here on the financial exchange. Text us the right answer it 63566 this week in 1933, the 30th US president Calvin Coolidge passed away due to coronary thrombosis at the age of 60. So President Coolidge is gonna be the topic of our trivia question again. Texas It's 63566. You're the fifth person with the right answer. You're gonna take home a $50 gas card. For over a year, Calvin Coolidge was the mayor of what Massachusetts Town Fantastic question here, one of my favorite questions that we've had all year, And while we're almost through the year again for over a year, Calvin Coolidge was the mayor of what Massachusetts town. Texas at 63566 and again if you're the fifth person with the right answer, you're gonna be taking home a $50 gas card. Let's take a quick look at markets as we head towards the bottom of the hour. We got the Dow up 181 points north of 30,500, the S and P is up. 14 points to 37 41, the NASDAQ Up 47 points to 12 8 97 and the Russell 2025 points up 1.3% So small caps getting a nice little boost today to finish things off. We got the 10 year Treasury at 100.94% been holding steady there for the last few weeks. Now, it seems Oil not moving at all. $48 a barrel in West Texas Intermediate and gold up about $5 announced right now 18 88 s o again. I always Do tell people these last week of the year. Has really, really light volume. It's not really indicative of too much. There's not much trading that typically happens during this last week in any given year, so I don't you know, look at this and say, Hey, this last week's been good. That means the 2021. No, it doesn't work like that. So, you know, take any movement this week with the greatest all even the first week of the new year. I always take with a grain of salt as well. You see all kinds of stuff. That's just because of You know how capital gains are realizing this and that you know it's things where I remember a couple years ago G. You lost a bunch heading into the end of the year And then it was up like 20% in January because everyone had sold it for a loss in December and was buying it back. He's kind of.
"president coolidge" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"You can't wait to get out and use it. And Saturday morning on the outdoor show between five and eight. We're gonna have some suggestions from steelhead in the American River to steelhead up north on the Klamath Trinity and on the coast. And reservoir fishing for trout, salmon and even Bess. And for the Hunter, the waterfowl update that has improved dramatically. There's good news there. And, finally, if there was ever a year that all of us need and deserve a merry Christmas. This is it, And I sincerely hope you all have just exactly that Bob Simms kfbk. Well, he just put me in the mood. Any way to get out and fish just to know it's just a nice merry Christmas greeting now, so right if ever there was a year we all deserve one. Yeah. Okay. This is it. Okay. 5 53 is a time on December 24th. It is time for what? You're what happened with Albert Parnell? Yes, the first year I have year 1923. And that's when President Coolidge let the first National Christmas tree Not just on the Christmas tree on the on the eve. Oh, yeah. Eva, where they waited till the last minute to get that was cutting it close. Yeah, we almost missed it. The next year I have is year 18 14, and that's when the war of 18 12 ended. It was between the United States, the United Kingdom and their allies. Okay, Right, right. We got think we got Maine and Michigan. After we got in that deal, way reclaimed those territories in the treaty of again. Didn't you kneel like that? Do we do okay? And that? I think you know there used both of those places gonna make her nice and Yep. I mean, I could do without main, but come on in the fall fall, meaning the most seriously. Oh, I mean, I just know it's cold. No, you need that's a trip You have to take in the fall. It is breathtaking. You've never seen colors like that. Oh, yeah. Okay. All right. I stand corrected. And the last one that I have is the year 1988. Every room news has its Oh yeah, that's poison right there and their song Every Rose Has its thorn was number one on the charts back in 1980 just loved all that big hair and like leather vests and tell audience a lot of leather. A lot of leather. A lot of time can be a lot of big hair Did you have big here? Oh, yeah, the eighties. Totally. Yeah, I had an Afro, Did you Sam really Remember Horshack in that TV show. Arnold Horshack that big Mafia or link in Mod Squad. Yeah, that's how big it was. Well, I need pictures. You could put a sandwich in that thing. It wouldn't find it. I need visual confirmation. E think there are pictures. I don't know if we're gonna share those, though. If you go to one city in America, there will be government agents knocking on your door and if you break the rules, they will force you to give them $1000 a day. I am not making this up. You're going to hear from the mayor of that city and are featured audio clip of the top of the hour..
"president coolidge" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Dan and we'll be here till midnight tonight. And for the next couple of days as well, Just a lighten the load a little bit. Couple of things that are kind of fun that I found out about this particular day getting ready for the big broadcast. One is that Thanksgiving was not always turkey, baste. I didn't mean basting Turkey that was upon Thanksgiving was always unique throughout American history and Calvin Coolidge. Silent Kill received a gift for Thanksgiving. But, uh, he didn't find it too appetizing. I couldn't believe this when I saw a turkey ham and even a bit of venison, venison or elk. Would pass muster. But a century ago, many diners would have been just as happy to see you. Get this a raccoon. Sitting next to the gravy boat. Uh, As AH report from the Atlas obscura says Native Americans and early American settlers relied on small game like raccoon and squirrels to supplement their diets. After they'd finished their work day. They were permitted to hunt in the middle of the night to get some extra protein into their diet. These air the native Americans from the old days, and so it became Staple. During the 19 twenties, There was the raccoon fur coat craze. You may have seen pictures of that. In in history books, but in 1926 A woman named or Yeah, must be a woman, Vinnie Joyce of Huma, Mississippi sent President Coolidge and unsolicited plump raccoon for his Thanksgiving dinner. The oldest aspect of the story was the first family's decision to let the critter which the paper described his tasting like a combination of chicken and suckling pig lived. They did spare the critter. So, uh, you may have a nod. Kind of Tradition in your house, but I don't think raccoon and squirrel just doesn't cut it for me, and they're cute and wouldn't want to hurt one anyway. But there's that little bit of information that I thought I pass along when we come back. We're gonna be chatting with lovely gentlemen, a good friend of mine named Carl Jordanovski. He's been in the business. Of shopping malls and creating super not not supermarkets but creating shopping experiences retail experiences. For many, many years. He's got a lot of experience in this area. And I thought I'd be fascinated to just chat with him a bit. About the future. Of What we've come to know very well as a gathering spot. America's gathering spot the mall now I haven't been to a mall since this whole covert. Thanks. Started. I have No reason to go. And sadly, I believe a lot of You don't have a reason to go, which is horrible for the retailers in the malls. But What does that mean? For the infrastructure? What does it mean for the buildings for the land and the land Use? Is it now? Time to reconsider how we use Large spaces are Are they all going to turn into Amazon warehouses? Or is that just Somebody's wish Jeff Visas wish or are they going to have to adopt? As I said last night with our other guest more of an entertainment. Uh, sort of an entertainment value to the shopping experience in a mall. Most malls by the way. These days are, I guess, covered right indoors. But in the last few years in the last Carl about this, we've seen Maura and more outdoor malls, a return to an old old tradition. Now, if you're from This area anywhere from Maine to Cape Cod and beyond, You may know, and I hope I'm saying this correctly that the first Official or unofficial mall in the country was in Framingham, Massachusetts. And I'm going to ask Earl if he has a sense of history as toe if I'm right But that was the first Official mall and Since then, of course, malls have sprung up everywhere in the Northeast. And the biggest mall in the country is what Minnesota correct, right so we'll take a look at all of this when we come back and to get your take on it if you're in the business And you own a store or retail establishment in a mall. What's the future look like for you? And while we talk about this There's a plea from the merchants at Faneuil Hall Marketplace. And I'm sure this please going up to people all over the country to from malls and marketplaces and applause is everywhere. Just hoping that people will venture out with safety in mind to do their shopping, particularly good thing. It was a good friend Black Friday and the following weeks to come Because this could be make or break. It's going to be very tough with the Spread of disease and the threat of spread for any of these stores, too. You know crack of profits, so it's really important for us to support them. I don't know what the answer is we we don't have Any experience in this area, But we're going to be talking about it. And as I said, break before the break in the 11 o'clock hour will here on night side as I fill in for Dan. We'll play a little jeopardy. Have our own version of it. In honor of Alex Trebek Toe tomorrow night, just a couple things tomorrow night. We will talk with MEREDITH Goldstein of The Boston Globe, she writes..
"president coolidge" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"How the thing destroying everything inside. Whoa! Tornado is coming. Just already here. In the heat, and a client just happened still, you Ha ho! Just heartsick Mother hell with Hey! Hey. What do you make a judgment day? Mm hmm. Me. Hey. Mm. Krista Twist that, Yeah. Set a music about tornadoes that was Rory Block doing tornado. Before that, Miss Shivani and Hume away with Oh, Tornado. Tommy Emmanuel did a Welsh tornado. Uncle Dave Mason did Tennessee Tornado And Sir Douglas Quintet started that off with Texas Tornado. We're talking about the weather and a lot of folks, they're singing about it to hear Diaspora. We'd like to hear from you, but we're not live so you can send me an email. That is at Gmail. Diaspora. One word. Gmail diaspora at gmail dot com. Back to the weather. Mm hmm. What has happened down here is the bin have changed. Clouds roll in from the north and start to rain. Radio hard rain for a real long time. 6 FT of water in the streets of Vangelis. The other rules on Daly River rose on May So people got lost in the front. So you got a way, all right? You have busted. You lived down a black man. 6 Ft of water in the streets of hands. The wizard. Easy. Wah says. John washes clean way easier. Easy child wash way. President Coolidge come down rebel train. That man with no bed in his name. Kristen Saving that man lied ashamed, but river has done this poor crackers later. Weezy and Easy. John Washes with time washes way. Weighs in child Wash. Wait. Trying to cross US wave washes with China washes quick Yeah. Now for Mrs Bessie Fenner of Good Rich Michigan, Mrs CMA Sparks and Grand Rapids, Michigan and Mrs Golden Hicks of Eldorado, Illinois. It's the story of the Mississippi flood. And the great.
"president coolidge" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"All right which itself is kind of manipulative calling in public relations, probably e Michael Jones in his book that I already mentioned libido domain Andy talks about and Reuben as at some length in the book, so you can find multiple treatments of this guy. so I'm from that article again. by Richard Gunderman, often referred to as the father of Public Relations Brenes in Nineteen, twenty eight published his seminal work propaganda, in which he argued that public relations is not a gimmick, but a necessity. Listen to this quote. The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country. He's talking about the united. States he was an Austrian, but he but he's writing in America. He grew up here. We are governed. Our minds are molded our tastes formed, and our ideas suggested largely by men we have never heard of. It is they who pull the wires that control the public mind end quote from burn continuing with the article from Gunderman. Bernez came by his beliefs, honestly born in Austria and eight, thousand, nine, hundred one, the year Sigmund Freud published one of his earliest papers. Brenes was also Freud's nephew twice over his mother was Freud Sister Anna and his father Eli. Brandeis was the brother of Freud's wife Martha. The year after his birth, the Bernez family moved to New York and Bernez later graduated from Cornell with a degree in agriculture, but instead of farming. He chose a career in journalism, eventually, helping the Woodrow Wilson Administration promote the idea that US efforts in World War One were intended to bring democracy to Europe. Having seen how effective propaganda could be during war, Bernez wandered whether it might prove equally useful during peacetime. Yet propaganda had acquired a somewhat pejorative connotation which would further be magnified during World War Two so as promoted the term public relations. Drawing on the insights of his uncle Sigmund, a relationship that Brenes was always quick dimension. He developed an approach. He dubbed the engineering of consent. The engineering of consent, he provided leaders the means to quote Control Regiment, the masses, according to our without their knowing about it and quote to do so it was necessary to appeal not to the rational part of the mind, but to the unconscious. Now this would of course be hid. It's e Michael Jones, I believe the it doesn't exist. It's bad anthropology, but this is what Michael Jones said is just. Just the passion I think he's right I mean I. think it as such doesn't exist, but it's. It's just Freud's for the passions, so the unconscious. This is brother Andre Marie. You'll into reconquest. We are on episode number three hundred, and no sorry, zipped ahead. One hundred, two hundred and thirty aides were talking about Don't be controlled by fear so moving right along through the article by Gunderman So we don't. Appeal to the rational part in in public relations and media manipulation. But to the unconscious, okay, this precisely is bad rhetoric, right? That's what I was talking about before right? Good rhetoric appeals does logos. There's Ethel's Pathos in that order here. We've got PATHOS PATHOS PATHOS, and they're calling it. The unconscious continue with Goodman's article. Brenes acquired an impressive list of clients ranging from manufacturers such as general. Electric Procter and gamble and the American Tobacco Company to media outlets like CBS and even politicians such as Calvin coolidge to counteract president. Coolidge is stiff. Image brings organized pancake breakfasts and White House concerts with Al. Jolson in other Broadway performers with Bernez help. Coolidge won the nineteen twenty four election..
"president coolidge" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Death of Jean Kennedy Smith age ninety two the last surviving sibling you can get both Kennedy Babylon books for just fourteen ninety five fourteen ninety five good how we car show dot com click on store this is the best deal you're ever gonna get on Kennedy Babylon both of them six hundred pages of scandal in the property I would agree that the president Coolidge calling to remind you that the business of America is minding your own business that is so true you know how he would he actually said was the business of America is business that was the real just just in case you didn't know that ordered per month but he was the mayor of north Hampton then he became the state Senate president then he became the governor that he became the vice president and then he became the president of the United States someone once said it was the luckiest man in politics he was so lucky that he decided not to run for reelection in nineteen twenty eight right before the depression so I guess it was pretty lucky the trump line is brought to you by Matthews brothers America's oldest window manufacturer this week fearing for the good old days where every radio and TV commercials didn't remind us that the current situation this made for uncertain difficult unprecedented strange troubled turbulent and challenging times yeah together we'll get through them because we're all in this together the other thing I want Canada's Babylon at Big Bear Creek disposal fifty your mother was well it's it's a great father's day gift that won't be there for father's day but ideally your your dad will love it that's it's almost six hundred pages about a century of scandal of the property that works out to six pages per year and we had to really pack it in there was so much scandal the depravity how we car show dot com click.
South Dakota Gov. Noem, who opposed stay-home order, now faces coronavirus hot spot
"So governor has issued executive orders for particular counties instructing the elderly and other high resistance to stay home there's only a couple counties in South Dakota with this is even an issue they've had six deaths in the entire state as of last night when she's instructed all citizens to follow guidelines on hygiene and distancing and because the virus battle a marathon not a sprint and they also special apple Kerr nineteen after they're using and they're working very hard to keep this under control she's done stay preparations as early as January she shut down schools this month the state model show with the current social distancing measures in place without a statewide shelter in place order the peak of infections will be cut in half so to me it sounds like here's I was issued my governor I wish she was my governor and had said all right we need everybody to be responsible we would like you to do the social distancing of six feet apart we would like you to wear masks we'd like you to you know remain at home as much as you can but go about your daily business because the business of America is business thank you president Coolidge and we have to do it and yet the media wants you to believe that she's
"president coolidge" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Far Margot update for you today it is one of my favorite moments so of the year is when the president and First Lady get out there and light the national Christmas tree is one of the biggest annual events of the holiday season in Washington the US marine corps band was there they played a Christmas tree and the president took to the stage nearly a hundred years after president Coolidge first began the tradition of lighting our national Christmas tree it's one of those traditions hopefully we'll be able to keep for many years to come but you never know knowing really a pagan left these days but that's why I have a really a poor this president because he's not afraid to get up there and mentioned the almighty that Christmas we remember this eternal truth every person is a beloved child of god AS one grateful nation we praise the joy of family the blessings of freedom and the miracle of Christmas hot water to okay with washing composted they wrote a piece saying that Malani ascending coded messages I kid you not these people are actually not split great event for was beautiful tree thirty foot does proves yesterday it really it it moves you to see that kind of knowledge with at Christmas time and by the way more good news for mega folks and that is that the presence of pouring mail rocketing up to fifty two percent in the Rasmussen poll thanks to this champions but nonsense and the this constant barrage of negativity you know every attack on the president is attack on this country I understand you don't like his politics you don't like is maybe ideas or maybe even his behavior sometimes but every attack on the office of the presidency is an attack on this country and they've been doing it from day one and we'll see if there's a price to pay but again also course the jobless of figures came in yesterday much less than expected the experts said Jordan thirty thousand jobs going you're going to be filed it was only two hundred and three thousand once again the economy is roaring the country is soaring thanks to president trump when a study of the content now.
"president coolidge" Discussed on WTVN
"Now they run the says a Bronco bomb is an honorable man this would be the same Barack Obama who pretends he didn't know that is Internal Revenue Service was used to go after the tea party auditing innocent Americans but that doesn't bother this would be the same Barack Obama who unleashed the FBI against the media including James ricin at the New York times James Rosen at fox including the Associated Press multiple reporters but you see Barack Obama's an honorable man John Kennedy use the IRS against his political opponents and Newsweek know about their chief reported knew about it Ben Bradley was his name at the time he would eventually move over to the sister publication a Washington post fine by Ben Bradlee Ben Bradley was even shown F. B. I. files that Pierre Salinger brought in on behalf of John Kennedy Lyndon Johnson another one with the IRS files and the FBI he even tapped his vice presidents phones Hubert Humphrey because when healthy decided to run for president he wanted to know what Humphrey was saying off the record about the Vietnam War he tapped Goldwater's campaign phones in fact at the democratic convention in Atlantic city he sent FBI agents into that convention we keep an eye on Martin Luther king other civil rights leaders Democrats and so forth Franklin Roosevelt unleash the IRS against publishers he disagreed with publisher of The Philadelphia Inquirer get that any sic the FBI again Sandra Mullin who'd been the treasury secretary under president Coolidge who did absolutely nothing wrong was found to have done nothing wrong but he told his secretary treasury Morgan thou to try and put him in prison so they went after him for years and they fail FDR unleash the IRS against you we long who we considered a challenger from the left he got a number you a long bodies were correct and I say we're focusing in on who wi long and really gunning for him Huey long was assassinated not by FDR obviously these are relatively modern present I could go even more deeply around me you see is a problem with Donald Trump Donald trumps character he's a prom with Donald Trump character I have a problem with Mitt Romney's character he's a chameleon with the battle right now over our constitution over capitalism over separation of powers over the provision of the impeachment clause of a real life battle going on with the Democratic Party has been hijacked by the radical left by the media the media in this country which now pushes social activism progressivism and its control of the Democrat party they met Ronnie's a very small man very thin skinned man is a chameleon as I said and he's more than happy the do the dirty work for the left as they praise him was slaughtering news articles and so forth I'll be right back van.