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"president harry truman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Okay now back to the Rashad, which he morning show that two words to come back with the realist man in radio shot Ritchie on news and talked 13 80 w okay. Down. There was some truth told on that debate stage last night biting claim that Trump was going to be the first president of the United States to leave office having fewer jobs in his administration. And when he became president, that is true. Okay. That is a fact since President Harry Truman Who left office in 1953. Every president has added jobs over the course of his time in office, except for the Trump administration. Except for the current president. The Trump Administration has lost 4.7 million jobs between January 2016 and August of this year. And then some of you may say, well down. We went through a recession. Well, what happened with that well under President George W. Bush. The recession hit. And he's still gain jobs. I mean, Trump is Bleeding American jobs by the day. Wow. Okay? Now there's Something else that It is worth mentioning. While There are people working There's a lot of unemployment in the marketplace during.
"president harry truman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Folks, This is the Eric Metaxas show. I just happen to be Rickman taxes. That's really a coincidence. But this is very intentionally a show and on this show. I interview other people. For example, in the past, I've interviewed Governor Mike Huckabee, I thought would be great to get him back. We know he's very, very busy, but I called in some favors. And son of a gun hearing is Governor Mike Huckabee governor welcomed the program. Well, thank you. I hope you like my hair. I went to a Nancy Pelosi Salon had a blowout and didn't wear a mask. And man, it looks great. Don't you think? Uh, tell me if you know something people are always criticizing her. But she said something that was Harry Truman Ask. I don't mean Harry Truman and Harry President Harry Truman, she said. Harry, look up, she said. The buck stops with the colorist, and I thought that is just that's gonna go. You know, That's an epitaph that is a powerful statement. The buck stops with the epitaph. Now, listen, we've we've got to stop joking. That's always difficult because we're a couple of jokesters. But you have written a book Steve Diesel, and I thought, What about getting him on the program? It's a crazy idea sometimes, and I thought Maybe we could get him and it turns out we were also able to get Steve Diesel Stevie's will welcome to this program. Thank you, by the way here. Well, look, the book that the two of you written together I always say this. Unfortunately, it's very important. Wouldn't it be wonderful if it weren't important to have to underscore the basics? The title of your book is the three C's. That made America great Christianity capitalism. And the Constitution. My goodness. How crazy that we need to underscore this, But we do and by the grace of God, the two of you have have put it. Into a book. So let me ask you first, You're obviously where that we're living in historic times, and that we haven't been stressing these things with the younger Generation. It doesn't feel funny that at this point in our lives that we would need toe just dress such basics. Yes, because they didn't have distress. And when I was in high school what they were And when I look at these, these three sees their bounds Foundational Stone of our republic. And if we lose them, and if we lose our foundation and we end up losing public, and so That's why when I saw these things, this racer Tom, I said Best person I could ever get to team up with me on. This is Governor Huckabee. So you put a couple of ex pastors together. That's got some political love and insight for this country, and it turned out to be a pretty good situation. You're a lot of people. They were preaching to the choir. Well as you're just mentioning some of our choir is singing off key. When you look at the last election, 40% of the evangelical stayed home and 20% there, Marty registered, so we've got some people we need to get in a choir. You know if I want a Christian, I kill myself. Just over that fact, I got to tell you when I hear that. I cannot believe I cannot believe we complain about Gavin Newsom in California. And then I found out most of the evangelicals in California didn't Even vote. They have a bad world view. It is not a biblical worldview. They think it is their wrong. It's a tragedy. Ah, Governor Huckabee. You've just been a voice for for these issues for Christianity, Capitalism in the Constitution, your whole public life. Obviously you were the governor of the Great State of Arkansas that tell us What you see happening right now in this country and with this election Eric. The lack of people's knowledge of history is killing us. It's destroying this country. People have no idea who America really is and what it's foundations are, and one of the reasons that I was very excited when Steve came to me and said he wanted to Partner with me on this book that really highlights the underpinnings of our nation. The three things that without we fall apart, and one is the Judeo Christian Foundation of Spiritual outta that you cannot talk about America cannot understand America without it. The second being capitalism. Our economic system is critical to our success and this stunning prosperity that America has built in a very short period of time and then the Constitution. So what? I think a lot of people do not understand. I don't know how they got through school. Did they pass civics? Did they ever learn about the uniqueness of our system? Let me give you one example. I think a lot of people miss, including people that he got elected to Congress, for heaven's sakes. The essence of our Constitution is not so that the government can put restrictions on us and tell us what we can and cannot do. It is not a government document. To tell citizens the no nos It is a document that tells the government get your hands off the people and let them be free and the constitution is essentially on organizational document. But its foundation. It's fundamental truth is, the government is limited. The people are not let the people be free and we really go into great detail in the book and pointing out the specifics of how these founders I think inspired by God came up with a system of government. That is absolutely 100% unique. And it is the foundation for why our government up until now, anyway, has been so incredibly empowering to ordinary people and giving them a shot to do things they otherwise never could have done. Well, the left has put out a narrative that's a that's a false narrative, of course, that that basically says we're not a Christian nation and like all lies, it's half true. In other words, we're not officially a Christian ancient because the founders were geniuses who understood that if you make something Officially Christian. If it becomes part of the machinery of government, it ceases to be free. And so they said, We're going to have freedom of religion. And we're going to allow America to be the most Christian nation in history by not making it officially Christian in the way that some of the European nations were officially Christian, And that is the conundrum because whenever you're talking with the left, they immediately go to terms like theocracy and you know, and they act as though you have a choice. Between being officially Christian and being officially secular, and in fact that's a lie. We are deeply Christian and a naked public square stripped of faith is not what the founders wanted. I don't know if either of you wants to comment on that. But that to me is is part of the difficulty because the media has worked with that false narrative. I think the separation of church and state I believe they do. And one time when I was pastor and I was a chaplain of the high school football team. We've prayed before and after the games in front of the fans, I didn't know I was doing something unconstitutional, according to But if you look at what they're thinking and how they brought in the big bear out of school if there is this separation, church and state like they say, the first people to violate the Constitution of the guys who framed it in the first place because they wanted the Bible text. In school, and they wanted prayer involved. And they felt like if you wouldn't read the Bible in school. You know what you're like. They're not going to read it in life. What we know that generations, Church and state go ahead guide Governor Well, I was going to mention the fact.
"president harry truman" Discussed on KOMO
"Day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color about skin. But by the content of bad character. I have those powerful words delivered to 250,000 people, a culmination to the March on Washington, D. C. Ah call for civil and economic rights and an end to racism in America. Standing close to Dr King was a 26 year old security volunteer. Villanova basketball assistant coach George Raveling took place right here and is designated spot as I look back now. I can feel a little nervousness inside my body a little trimmer because I certainly do it a lot differently than I did. Then, as King waved goodbye to the audience, Raveling tell CBS Sports James Brown. He just acted on impulse and and I walked over and he was just folding the paper and I said Dr King, can I have that copy of the speech? He turned and hand it to me, just as he did. A rabbi on the other side came up to congratulate him and it was over. Initially, Raveling folded the speech and tucked it inside an autobiography book about President Harry Truman for over 20 years. I never looked at the speech again In 1984, he transferred it to a protected case in a bank vault. The type written words include a hand drawn asterisk where Dr King actually ad lib the most important lines of his speech in 1972. George Raveling was hired as the first black head coach at Washington State University. He is a member of both the college and Naysmith basketball halls of fame. Raveling has been offered as much as $3.5 million for the King manuscript. But time and again, he has declined. The speech belongs to America. The speech belongs to black folks. It doesn't belong to me free.
"president harry truman" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"A task force to investigate the reports of strange things in the sky. The Navy doesn't refer to them as UFOs. Instead, they're calling them unidentified aerial phenomena. You apes for short. And the Pentagon's making public. The fact that the Navy's got a task force in place to monitor ongoing encounters with strange aerial objects, the Defense Department issued a statement saying they take any incursions by unauthorized aircraft into our training ranges or designated airspace very seriously. The military Times reports. Pentagon officials were asked but didn't respond to questions about what prompted the creation of the task force in Washington. Jill NATO Fox News Corona virus cases in the United States up to end of the week about 64,000 done Friday, according to the Johns Hopkins University tally earlier in the week, they've been running at a rate of about 50,000 positive tests today. South Korea, imposing some tougher social distancing rules in and around the capital of soul after reporting the largest number of new Corona virus cases in five months. South Korea also offering to hold talks with Japan to resolve a bitter feud over wartime grievances that have been festering since World War two. Which effectively ended 75 years ago today with the announcement from Tokyo that Japan would surrender. The announcement by Japan's emperor on August 15th 1945 came a little more than a week after US detonated an atomic bomb over the city of Hiroshima the night before President Harry Truman addressed the nation Theo radio Of decoration. Conditional surrender. Formal surrender came on September 2nd aboard the USS Missouri. Rachel Sutherland and Jack Callahan. This's.
"president harry truman" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The Pentagon launching a task force to investigate the reports of strange things in the sky. The Navy doesn't refer to them as UFO's. Instead, they're calling them unidentified aerial phenomena. You a piece for short and the Pentagon's making public the fact that the Navy's got a task force in place to monitor ongoing encounters with strange aerial objects. The Defense Department issued a statement saying they take any incursions by unauthorized aircraft into our training ranges or designated airspace very seriously. The military Times reports. Pentagon officials were asked but didn't respond to questions about what prompted the creation of the task force in Washington. Chill NATO Fox News Corona virus cases in the United States up to end of the week, about 64,000 done Friday, according to the Johns Hopkins University tally earlier in the week, they've been running at a rate of Out 50,000 positive tests today. South Korea imposing some tougher social distancing rules in and around the capital of soul after reporting the largest number of new corona virus cases in five months. South Korea, also offering to hold talks with Japan to resolve a bitter feud over wartime grievances that have been festering since World War two which effectively ended 75 years ago today with the announcement from Tokyo that Japan would surrender the announcement by Japan's emperor on August, 15th 1945 came a little more than a week after US detonated an atomic bomb over the city of Hiroshima. The night before President Harry Truman addressed the nation. Theo radio specifies.
"president harry truman" Discussed on KTOK
"Force to investigate the reports of strange things in the sky. The Navy doesn't refer to them as UFOs. Instead, they're calling them unidentified aerial phenomena, you apes. For short and the Pentagon's making public. The fact that the Navy's got a task force in place to monitor ongoing encounters with strange aerial objects. The Defense Department issued a statement saying they take any incursions by unauthorized aircraft into our training ranges or designated airspace very seriously. The military Times reports. Pentagon officials were asked but didn't respond to questions about what prompted the creation of the task force in Washington. Chill NATO Fox News Corona virus cases in the United States up to end of the week, about 64,000 done Friday, according to the Johns Hopkins University tally earlier in the week, they've been running at a rate of about 50,000 positive tests today. South Korea, imposing some tougher social distancing rules in and around the capital of soul. After reporting the largest number of new Corona virus cases in five months. South Korea also offering to hold talks with Japan to resolve a bitter feud over wartime grievances. It had been festering since World War two, which effectively ended 75 years ago today with the announcement from Tokyo that Japan would surrender. The announcement by Japan's emperor on August 15th 1945 came a little more than a week after US detonated an atomic bomb over the city of Hiroshima the night before President Harry Truman addressed the nation Theo radio Decoration.
A President out of the loop- Black Ops
"Welcome kits, myths, and mysteries cider host kid crumbs today I thought with rumors of a new coal or between America and Russia I do something on the birth of black ops most have become familiar with the term black ops short for block world operations from television and movies. It started with the Manhattan project and later the Atomic, Energy Commission, the atomic bomb was shrouded in. Secrecy by the Manhattan project that wrote the rules on black ops to further that point the world learned that America had dropped an atomic bomb on her Shimon. No one knew at that time or was more surprised than the US. Congress none of the members had any idea that it was being developed by President Harry. Truman had been equally stunned to learn about the bomb. When he became President Truman had been the chairman of the Senate Special Committee to investigate the National Defense Program when he was vice president meaning that he was in charge of watching how money was spent during World War Two. Yet he had no idea about the atomic bomb, the bombs price tag adjusted for inflation costs twenty, eight, billion dollars the Manhattan project employed two hundred. Thousand people it had eighty offices, dozens of production plans including a sixty thousand Acre facility in rural Tennessee, and no knew the Manhattan project existed after the War Congress was given control over the bomb. They created the Atomic Energy Act Nineteen, forty six, a terrifying new system of secret keeping presidential system was governed by presidential executive orders regarding national security information, but the new atomic energy. Commission formerly, the Manhattan project was now in charge of regulating national security information for the first time. In American, history of Federal Agency would be run by civilians that is to say that the Atomic Energy Commission would maintain a body of secrets classified factors other than presidential executive orders. In other words, ABC would keep the precedent out of the loop concerning certain secrets it was. Also the ADC created the term born classified. This meant that the Atomic Energy Commission could classify something that originated outside the government through think tanks and research from private parties. In other words, the e C could hire a private company to conduct research for the commission and the result of the research would be born classified leaving the president out of the loop while all this begs. The question of where all this clandestine research would take place the ask through course would be area fifty one and what pray tell would this research be on area fifty one was born depending on your source about nineteen fifty one, the Atomic Energy Commission was formed in nineteen, forty six. So wouldn't be a stretch to imagine that early research was on spy planes like the. To the flew over Russia but one, year nineteen, forty seven after the creation of the Atomic Energy Commission a flying saucer crash on a ranch just outside Roswell. New Mexico wreckage and bodies were whisked off to area fifty one fast forward to Nineteen eighty-six six when ninety two people came forward with witness reports of what happened back in nineteen, forty, seven, slash nine, hundred, forty, eight. This nineteen eighty-six event raise the public awareness concerning the Roswell. And certainly peaked interest in flying saucers general underlying that interest is always the cry that the government knows about flying saucers and alien life. But the truth is that they are probably as much in the dark as a general public think Atomic Energy Commission to hammer home. It was President Bill Clinton, who in January nineteen, ninety three, the beginning of his first term requested that the head of his Justice Department find out if there really were UFO's that sounds to me like a precedent that's out of the loop.
"president harry truman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"World history and more so in the mind of Toshiko Tanaka, she was right under that cloud. Just six years old and miraculously survived, says, and I remember the horror of that day, blinding light like thousands of strobe lights, my body thrown to the ground. At 81 she says She's been blessed to live permission now banning all nuclear weapons in the building. 75 years after surviving the bombing, I'm all the more determined to help rid the world of nuclear arms. What became Hiroshima's ground zero was once it's humming commercial district of Nakajima with City hall restaurants and cafes. Tanaka lived close by, But on August 6 1945 the Enola Gay Superfortress bomber dropped its payload on the city of five tonne nuclear bomb Nicknamed Little Boy. The atom bomb exploded just 1/3 of a mile over this river, killing An estimated 80,000 people instantly and leveling about 90% of the city. But that building now known as the atomic Bomb dome, was one of the few things left standing. A testament to the tragedy of war. It now stands aligned with tributes to peace. The peace, flame and Peace Memorial Museum newly renovated in time for the 75th anniversary. Jim Room spotlight the day of the bombing. Irradiated artifacts tell the stories of those who died in an instant torque clothes, a tricycle a lunch never eaten. Photographs of burn victims hang on the walls. Next artwork by survivors through her own artwork. Tanaka still processes that fateful days. 75 years ago, the United States bombed your city. Do you have any criticism for America Give way were full of rage at first, But once we saw the Americans, it was clear they were just like us. Years later, she even met Clifton Truman Daniel, grandson of President Harry Truman, who ordered A bombing. There will be a time in the future when there are no more surviving erosion of victims. What do you want The world to remember. Keep eliminating nuclear weapons is the path to peace, Ensuring this tragedy.
"president harry truman" Discussed on Here & Now
"Every Thursday the numbers rise one point two, million Americans filed jobless claims last week the twentieth straight week new claims have topped one million and the six hundred dollar check that millions of Americans have come to rely on from the federal government is no longer coming for more. Let's bring in Olneyville she. Anchor and economics correspondent and Ali just to put this latest report in perspective one, point two, million new claims is actually lower than economists were predicting, but this is still roughly five times pre pandemic levels. How are you making sense of these numbers? Right? We have to be careful not to celebrate the idea that the numbers lower than what economists thought horrible number would be a it's still remarkable. This is the twentieth straight week in a row that more than one million Americans have filed first Time jobless claims back in March we had six point nine million in the last week of March and that's been declining for about four months. But then in the middle of July, it reversed direction as coronavirus increased in parts of the country and the last two weeks have shown some declines. But again, we're we're in the million range. This is huge and that's a big problem because until we stop that or we we go down to a few thousand a week we're in big trouble. I, know meanwhile, there are about thirty million workers unemployed right now that's about one in five. Americans if we really take stock of it all, and now as I mentioned, the six hundred dollar weekly check is no longer coming. How is this going to hurt people I mean at this point, it's a hard question to even ask you because it seems catastrophic, right so think about this about a third of all the people getting unemployment right now that's about six million people, right? There are thirty, million unemployed about six million. People are a are not going to be able to afford their basic living expenses and they will go have to dip into savings. Many Americans didn't have four hundred dollars worth of savings. So they've already had to dip into that This is news for the economy overall because in the second three months of this year, the second quarter the US saw a seven hundred and ninety, five, billion dollar drop in. Wages now, the six, hundred dollar week federal unemployment increase the supplement made up for six hundred and thirty nine, billion dollars of that seven, hundred and ninety, five billion. So it's simple math. If you take that six, hundred, thirty, nine, billion, the extra six, hundred dollars at the government the federal government has been providing out of the equation, the economy tanks that spending that's the stuff that's keeping existing jobs, going restaurants takeout. Anything that anybody's doing buying on Amazon once you take that away and your down to bare essentials, it has a multiplier effect on the economy. Let's talk a little bit about the stock market though it's nearing new records almost back to its pre pandemic highs. How how does this square out? How do you figure this out alley? So the main thing is that what the Federal Reserve was doing in the beginning of this pandemic is it put trillions of dollars into the economy to offer loans to companies so that companies wouldn't go bankrupt her struggle. So accompanies companies have good time. An easy time getting loans right now, that's resulted in company profitability increasing, and because there are no interest rates offered, it's the only game in town for anybody WHO's an investor. So that's pushing the stock market up. But when you combine the effect of low interest rates, which means people with credit and wealth can buy properties or distressed assets, and the fact that the stock market's going up, you have a situation in which the poor are getting poorer and the rich are getting richer right now allie CHELSEA MSNBC Anchor and economics correspondent as always. Thank you. Actually. That ammonium nitrate fueled explosion in Beirut which cratered the ground killed over one hundred people so far and injured several thousand more was horrific. But for many that white plume of smoke that mushroomed up before collapsing also brought to mind chillingly the true mushroom cloud over Hiroshima Japan seventy, five years ago today it was August six, nine, hundred, forty, five America detonated the first atomic bomb immediately incinerating eighty thousand people one hundred and forty thousand would die of radiation or other injuries decades later. Stole suffer and they gathered today as bells told a few days after Hiroshima more powerful bomb devastated Nagasaki. Japanese days later admitted defeat. The war was over the cost was the cost Jim Wall is here in our security analyst he's with MIT security studies program. So Jim, we have these two clouds. We know completely different one in Beirut accident the other profound decision but people in Japan are tweeting us today that it wasn't until they saw they route that they truly could understand Hiroshima how big it was. Did you think of erosion Mathu when you saw that early this week. You know. Robin. I can't believe you started out here because I felt exactly the same way. I saw that Clinton had an emotional impact on me, but I would go even further. Now as you say, it was not a nuclear weapon but in a way, it is a cautionary tale, even a warning about our nuclear future and a week that we recognize these anniversaries you know like a storehouse of exploded explosive sitting on a Beirut doc, the world's thousands of nuclear weapons sit and wait for their moment and like in Beirut over all these years, we could have gotten rid of them. We should have gotten rid of them but we didn't. And at the end of the Cold War, we sort of moved on to other things and so today people don't know or like in Beirut they've forgotten. and deep underground deeper still under the ocean, the bomb waits waits quietly for its turn. We are seventy five years in. But unless we change course one day, we will all be. Beirut. Unimaginable. Okay well, that's pretty chilling and just to remind people what. Is. It's pretty. Agreed upon what blew up in Beirut was a store of this ammonium nitrate for. Explosives that had been seized and it was just sitting there to keep. US. All our bombs continuous at there okay. We'll take us back nine hundred, forty five World War Two had really been. Dragging for nearly four years the US. Developed the atomic bomb. Talk about the debate about actually actually using it. Or you know there wasn't a ton of debate. There were a few voices who opposed, but there was pretty much a consensus and you know you know better than anyone robin that there have been bookshelves of tomes written on this topic emphasizing different factors. But I think the first thing to do is remember the context, which is what you point to World War Two head cost millions of lives. By that point, all the sides at one point or another had targeted civilians something that is illegal today under international law we would not be able legally to execute the use of that weapon because it targeted civilians but FDR had promised to seek unconditional surrender from Japan and L. Truman after FDR's death had inherited that position and had inherited the bomb and so have as your goal unconditional surrender. It was definitely a path laid towards using the bomb and there were several factors that went to the decision. I obviously being a desire to end the war and to do so without having to invade Japan and people can debate whether that was possible or not. But that was certainly one of the driving. Considerations and then scholars have pointed to other factors over the generations over time such as race. You know this was against Japan and it was not against the European country, the looming competition with the Soviet Union bureaucratic momentum, all those probably played a role but I think at the end of the day this was on a fast track and a lot of it had to do with the war itself, what what the war had brought us to at that point. Here is President Harry Truman speaking on that day August sixth nineteen forty-five letting Americans know the bomb has been used..
Is it possible to have too much humility?
"Our for this week's episode talk about something a little on the personal side for me? I want to talk about humility. Some personality traits fall into the more is better category. Meaning you should always strive to be more or have more of them things that conscientiousness and kindness other traits can be more accurately placed on a bell curve. Means a right amount and having too little or too much can be a problem. Things like empathy and inclusion fall into this category. Yes seriously you probably know someone to work with. Someone who over index on empathy they carry the emotional burdens of other so deeply could it hinders their own ability to function accomplish tasks need to learn how to compartmentalize more. You probably work with someone who's to inclusive they'll reschedule a meeting because one of the eight people who were supposed is to attend can no longer make it instead of just catching that person up in a different way. Humility falls into this category to. There's a right amount of humility to have and it's something I've personally swung the pendulum on very wide in both directions in my own life. When I was in my late teens and early twenties I was told several times by leaders and Co workers that I needed to keep my ego in check and it was hard? I repeatedly received accolades for doing things while at work and often went to my head and because they didn't really need to rely on my co workers for any of my success. It was easy to act like an island in and strut around. Like I knew I was good looking back. I don't think I was any worse than can be expected of any young person. New to the workforce being told they're really good at what they do but nevertheless started to take on leadership roles these for positive impact my ability to my job a lot more than I didn't have people putting up to me then. One day I came across a quote that would become my favorite of all time former president. Harry Truman once said it's amazing what you can accomplish if you don't care who gets the credit. I'm not sure why this resonated with me but it did. I started contemplating all the effort I put into. I'm not the work itself but in a making sure everyone knew I was the one who did it. I then started thinking about how much more can accomplish a fight instead. Put the effort into the work itself. It required a ton of disciplined for several years. But the fact that I saw results interpersonal relationships with my peers and my direct reports was motivating and more than half the time ended up getting credit for my compliments. Anyway just through to the work of someone else bringing light to it rather than myself. Over time I went from pretending I didn't care who got the credit for my efforts to actually not caring who got the credit. It was free by the time I had more than a decade in the workforce. I started seeing that on a long enough time line. The people who matter will always eventually figure out which employees are working hard. and which ones aren't that. It wasn't about any single Action or project or outcome but rather the entirety of the contribution. Each person makes I believe this. Evolution was necessary my life and I believe it has served me well. But it's a double edged sword an English too far in the opposite direction years ago I found myself in a position where the majority of the work was remote. It had a fair amount of travel. But when I wasn't traveling I was able to work from home. I I saw my family. A Lot. Didn't have to say not many things and I still got my work done. Every project has gone was completed correctly and I believe I did some really great work during those years but one day out of the blue I was told my position was being eliminated. I was being let go. I was shocked. There was no explanation of the position was going away. I asked specifically if there was a performance issue and I was told there wasn't wasn't I was a little hurt and a lot surprised but I moved onto the next phase of my career about a year after this happened. I ran into a former coworker from this job. And we reminisced a little emotionally. Personally I'd long moved on so I asked her pointedly. She'd heard anything of the time about one position but eliminate or if there was anything that had been kept from me. She said very candidly that. No one on the team of people who I made. The decision had any idea what I did there that for several months a few people even opined whether I did any work at all I was blown away. Actually not us being dramatic I started listing off all the projects excite spearheaded and completed on my own. Just in the last six months I was there. She knew about all of them but didn't know they were my work. I gun so far in the opposite direction of making sure that everyone saw my accomplishments events that I realized I'd failed to do any self promotion at all. The project that completed were attributed to others in the office who weren't remote and whose faces were visible by their coworkers. Every day it it was a huge hard lesson for me. I'd spent so much time working on making sure. No one saw me as a person who hogged the spotlight that succeeded in making sure no one saw me at all and when it comes to your workplace this is just as bad place to be. I've done some serious soul-searching over the years since this happened and I still have a very difficult time with self promotion when I make an attempt. It always feels like I'm bragging but I'm getting better. I'll continue to get better. The right balance is important companies. Face it all the time when it comes to corporate social responsibility if it organizations constantly touting the plays at saving the planet potential customers believe. They're only doing those things to get the credit rather than because they actually care and this impacts every individual to as leaders continued to be expected to do more or with less as they find themselves with more and more people in their charge more and more people whose development is their responsibility it will become more commonplace for leaders to miss many of the contributions made by their people. They'll see the work but they wanna who made it happen unless someone tells them sometimes it will be your responsibility to make sure others know what your contribution is other times. You'll be able to trust that. Things work themselves out either way remember that while humility is incredibly important it can come with undesired outcomes when taken too far
What one Greenland town thinks of Trump's interest in buying the island
"Hi Greenland has said it's not for sale but that didn't stop top White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow from adding fuel to the idea that the trump administration really wants to purchase the world's largest island from Denmark speaking with fox news Sunday Kudlow the director of the national economic council so the administration is looking at purchasing Greenland Cutler said it's an interesting story is developing and we're looking at it we just don't know Kudlow noted that years ago then president Harry Truman sought to purchase the massive island off the Canadian coast president Donald trump's interest in acquiring the eight hundred eleven thousand square mile island in the north Atlantic was first reported by the Wall Street journal citing sources familiar with the deliberations the journal reported trump has mentioned the idea with varying degrees of
How Has the Korean War Changed History?
"On June twenty-fifth nineteen fifty North Korean tanks rolled across the thirty eighth parallel the line that separated communist North Korea from US-backed South Korea, as a now, declassified US intelligence cable from Tokyo to Washington concluded, the incursion wasn't just a mere raid, quote the size of the North Korean forces employed, the depth of penetration the intensity of the attack and the landings made miles south of the parallel on the east coast indicated that the North Koreans are engaged in all out offensive to subjugate, South Korea. It was the start of a war that is still not ended a full seven decades later. The Korean war, which ultimately would pit the US against China in the first ever, confrontation between the two superpowers would claim the lives of an estimated two point five million military members and civilians including nearly thirty four thousand Americans the fighting would cease with an armistice on July twenty seventh nineteen fifty three but the Geneva conference of nineteen fifty four failed to produce a peace treaty in the north and south remained tense enemies, and that's the way things have pretty much continued, though in twenty eighteen North Korean dictator Kim Jong UN and South Korean president Mundi een announced that they would work together toward a peace treaty. But after the collapse of February summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong those tensions seemed likely to remain for a while longer. In the US the Korean war is sometimes called the forgotten war, because it's overshadowed by the conflicts that came before, and after it the stirring victory of World War Two, and the lengthy, painful ordeal of the Vietnam war. We spoke with Edward roads. A professor on the faculty of the shar school of policy and government at George Mason University in Fairfax Virginia, who's an expert in American foreign, and national security policy. He said modern Americans don't think about it much. Vietnam was more dramatic. And World War Two is more in victorious. Nevertheless, the overlooked conflict has exerted a powerful influence that still felt today according to roads, the war forever changed the course of US foreign, and national security policy. Compelling the US to accept a permanent military involvement around the globe, even in peacetime. It also helped drive, the creation of a vast US nuclear arsenal to deter possible, communist aggression with the threat of annihilation and a global nuclear arms race. Still continues all this happened, according to roads after career. A nation that had been occupied by the Japanese from nineteen ten to nineteen Forty-five was split into two by the US, and the USSR after World War Two, he explains, it was a practical matter. There were Japanese armies that had retreated into Korea from insurer, and they needed to be disarmed. We split that large task with the Soviet Union the understanding that the Soviets would design the Japanese in the north, and we would do it in the south, but as the Cold War developed between the US and its European allies and the Soviets, the temporary partition turned into a permanent one with the formation of a communist regime headed by Kim Il Sung in the north at an authoritarian pro American government headed by Sigmund, e in the south each regime sought self as the real government of Korea and its rival as illegitimate. Kim Il Sung decided to settle the matter by invading South Korea. And in may nineteen fifty finally obtained reluctant approval from his patron these stallion regime about a month later. Kim launched a surprise attack which initially had devastating result. What's the South Korean forces essentially dissolved the UN Security, Council taking advantage of a Soviet boycott of the body, then passed a measure, calling for member nations to assist the beleaguered South Koreans that mandate enabled US president Harry Truman to respond militarily without having to go to congress for a declaration of war. Up until that point, the US hadn't seen South Korea's having much strategic importance erode said, but when the North Korean tanks rolled across the border, the image that flashed in Truman's mind was that this was a repeat of what the Nazis did his responses to stand up thinking that if we had stood up to Hitler early on the world would have been a better place, an outnumbered contingent of UN forces formed, a desperate line of defense around the only part of South Korea, not yet, captured by the communists and managed to hold off the invaders for two months that gave General Douglas MacArthur, who had been placed in overall command of the UN forces enough time to make an audacious and fibia landing at Inchon near the South Korean capital of Seoul on September fifteenth. Nineteen fifty cutting off the over extended North Koreans MacArthur's forces chased the invaders back north across the thirty eighth parallel and by mid October had captured the North Korean capital of Pyongyang, but MacArthur overconfident kept pushing the North Koreans back to the Yellow River the border with China, China. Responded with a massive counterattack of between thirteen thousand and three hundred thousand troops. This time it was the UN forces who were driven back a bloody stalemate on the ground developed as the US pounded North Korea from the air MacArthur, eventually was relieved of his command by Truman and replaced with general Matthew Ridgway. The US abandoned the idea of total victory and shifted to a holding action against the communist forces road said MacArthur embraced the idea that there's no substitute for victory. You beat the enemy, and they surrender. But Rhodes explained after the Chinese intervention, quote, we're still in a situation where there's got to be a substitute for victory because how are we going to fight the manpower of China? There's a realization that we can't fight this war to victory and it's hard for the American people to accept. The longer. The war stretched on the more popular it became back in the US, many of the soldiers sent to Korea where reservists who had served in World War, Two roads, explained they've got homes and families and jobs, and then they were called up and sent to fight another war. There was a feeling that this wasn't fair. Eventually Truman successor president. Dwight Eisenhower ran on a promise that he would go to Korea and seek an end to the conflict and actually did that a month before his inauguration in nineteen Fifty-three. But though, Eisenhower had ended the fighting the Korean war still shaped his policies road said, Eisenhower looked at this as the wrong war at the wrong time using the wrong weapons, he reaches the conclusion that with the Cold War going on with the Soviets, we have to plan for the long haul. We're going to sustain this kind of military deterrence that led to resources being pumped into the development of a massive nuclear deterrent. The could be used to contain the Soviets. Additionally, Eisenhower began attempting to form licenses with more and more countries in an effort to create a unified front to hold off communist aggression. We also spoke via Email with Charles k Armstrong, the Korea foundation professor of Korean studies in the social sciences at Columbia University. He said, the US was forced to take China more. Seriously as a military power. After fighting twist del mate in the Korean war general MacArthur, had severely underestimated the Chinese military's willingness to confront the US and capacity to fight leading to a bad route for you, enforces, the initial months after China entered the war. China's participation in the Korean war. Also consolidated malls rule and asked the hopes of sub Americans. The communist regime could be rolled back and replaced by Changcai checks nationalists. Armstrong said mouse willingness to support the North Koreans directly as opposed to stallions reluctance helped solidify China North Korean relations, and caused the North Koreans to be more distrustful of the Russians for the US China was seen from the Korean war onward as the primary ally of North Korea. And the primary great power that was an enemy of the US in Korea. Armistice, ended the fighting but North Korea now backed by the Chinese remained as a belligerent enemy to South Korea, the ongoing threatment that US forces couldn't just withdrawn come home Armstrong, notes, the North Korean invasion in the emerging Cold War convinced American policymakers that the US needed a permanent military presence in Asia and Europe in order to contain communist aggression. Additionally, the Korean war helped set the table for another even bloodier, and more painful future conflict, according to Armstrong Korea led directly to the US decision to help the French against communist led insurgency in colonial Vietnam, and then after the French defeat to intervene in support of an anti communist regime in South Vietnam, which blocked an election called for by the nineteen fifty four Geneva conference that helps set the stage for the Vietnam war. Armstrong, said the most lasting legacy of the Korean war for the US was these stablishment of a global military presence over the long term and a commitment to confront communism throughout the world during the Cold War. And for Korea and East Asia ideological and military confrontation that has lasted seven decades that included a US force stationed in South Korea as a deterrent to North Korea, which in turn has a massive array of long range, artillery, and rockets equipped with chemical and biological weapons aimed at Seoul. That's in addition to the nuclear weapons and ballistic missile arsenal. The Trump so far has been unable to persuade the North Korean regime to give up.
"president harry truman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Years of Japanese occupation. But with that newfound freedom old wounds. Reopened the civil war between the communists and the nationalists resumed. You had a government, led by John shocked in the nationalists, that was trying to very, very tenuously reestablished control over the Chinese mainland. At the same time you had the communists who are based in city called Yunan in the northwest of China remote city that were challenging the nationalist for control. Beyond China, the world, not yet split along the ideological lines of capitalism, versus communism. Instead there was a two year interlude, which has been largely forgotten according to historian, Daniel Kurtz, Phelan. We tend to look back at history, retrospectively and see immediately jumping from World War, Two to the Cold War, and what we forget, is that there's this amazing period where the world is really unsettled and people don't quite know how it's gonna go. And there's a tremendous amount of damage from the war of uncertainty about how global politics gonna shape out. President Harry Truman was worried. So he decided to send General George Marshall to China on what the newspapers at the time described as the most difficult diplomatic mission anywhere in the world. And he calls up Marshall one day after Marshall's retirement and says, general need one last favor of you. I need you to get a ceasefire between the national communists who are starting to fight. I need you to lay the groundwork for a Chinese democracy.
"president harry truman" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"One eight six six five eight two nine nine three three. You know? We just got off on this deep state. Nope, didn't planet. Just started rolling with it. And asking the question who is the deep state. If anybody can tell me who the deep state is I greatly. Appreciate a phone call. And then I would ask them what the deep state is responsible for that. The president hasn't already initiated. And I'm sure there's things that they still mean to implement and initiate friends. No doubt about it. But I want you to tell me who the deep state is. Because they they have Americans chasing shadows. Do I believe there's people behind closed doors calling representatives what to do? Yes. Special interest groups their controllers. No question about it. Trying to bring about a new world order government, just like that of the globalist Donald Trump. Yeah. No question about it. There's no question about it. And it's interesting friends. You got this long out in the middle of nowhere preaching out against the masses are preaching to false prophets false teachers corrupt politicians, the CIA controlled media that lies to you. But yet somehow or another you haven't caught onto the fact that they were the one that gave Donald Trump everything he needed to get to the seat of power. Wow, america. Whoa. You have is. But you see not you have ears. But you hear not who is the deep state. One eight six six five eight two nine nine three three hundred eighty one more segment, and I'm going to get over to what I wanted to talk about during the second hour concerning Voltaire death bed. Confessions. I want to tell you who the deep state is. And it's and it's funny to me that there's so many people. Trying to submit themselves to something that they can't see. And by the way, you have a lot of guys on the radio trying to get you to bow and subject yourselves to the fear in consequence of man, rather than the fear of God to stand up and do something about it in combat it. Get away from those guys real fast. Did you forgive friends that? The word of God, declares the heaven is my throwing the earth my footstool Isaiah sixty six verse one. Did you forget that? The Lord is the governor of nations. Did you forget the kingdom's are the Lord's? And he is the governor among the nation's psalm twenty two verse twenty eight. Hey, folks, he's the one that sits on his throne in beholds, the good and the evil everywhere at the same time. He's the one that said aspera will not fall to the ground without notice. He knows the very numbers of the hairs on your head. That's how ni- in. He is onto you that you can call upon him in all things the bible tells us. And yet you're afraid of some unknown force are there. Yeah. There's no question that they are there. There's no question about it. But I'm already telling you who they are. They're right in front of your face doing what you would call the deep states biddings just their controllers just who they're working for and just keep in mind does that they're working for them people. They are working for the enemy of their souls. And I'm going to be getting to that in just a couple minutes, France. And this will correlate exactly concerning what I'm going to be talking about in just a couple of minutes. Folks, not only is the Lord in control of all things and that he has his way in the World War world wind may who won three understand this. He also uses the wicked forest purposes when chasing his people as well as judging the nation's the reason being is people have failed to adhere to his warnings, Jeremiah twenty six or twenty seven verse six forgive me. And this is where America's today, the wicked are being used to chastise into judge this country in stages because the Christians are derelict of duty when it comes to keeping his commandments. Deuteronomy four six Levesque's twenty six fourteen through forty six Deuteronomy twenty eight fifteen through sixty eight. That's that's all that's happening here in your country friends. Let me take it to something. I was talking about during the last hour. During the Nuremberg trials the criminals that operated on the behalf of Adolf Hitler. You know, it's interesting how they everybody. Just demonizing Adolf Hitler. And it's also interesting to note that the the media on a global scale fails to tell the people the crimes that man was responsible for. It's apps, and that's that's another show. But, but it's interesting how it was the people that worked for Adolf Hitler that were on trial. For those that didn't know there was nobody ever produced concerning Adolf Hitler. But going to the Nuremberg trials with. Understanding the criminals of the past and again, the atrocities of Adolf Hitler and his subordinates those that did is bidding for him. Did you know that in one thousand nine forty four or forty five? Forgive me president Harry Truman said at the beginning of the court proceedings. This is the first thing he said, this is the president the laws of God. And man have been violated and the guilty must not go on punished. I wanna later your candor. Can you imagine if eighty million people in Germany dealt with the first? Criminal acts of that of Adolf Hitler. Can you imagine if they'd put it to a stop right when he started to act out as the criminal that he was? The bible tells us in other words, exactly what I'm gonna coin here concerning this phrase prevention is better than cure. Prevention is better than here. If these people would have dealt with Adolf Hitler, there would've been no mass genocide. Period. And what we hear today in this country. Is we wait for it to happen before we respond to it? And if we don't respond to what we just kick a little bit. And then when we see our oppressors come down on us. We just run the other direction. Cowards. Cowards. But not everybody's going down that road. Because if you go back to the Adolf Hitler's in the days of Adolf Hitler's keep in mind folks, there is people that were trying to deal with Adolf Hitler. But at that point was going to have his way, and he did because the people refused to keep the commandments in dealing with corruption in the first place. They didn't want to listen to God. They didn't wanna keep his commandments and dealing with corruption again, then then guess what? What what? What ensues shortly thereafter, the people subjecting themselves to that tyrant. And how did that work out while they had Nuremberg trials? The head Nuremberg trials. The laws of God is the first thing. President Harry Truman said were violated. The laws of God. Yep. Because if they were dealt with according to what God said to do when dealing and in dealing with criminals, Adolf Hitler would have been dealt with right off the bat the laws of God men have been violated and the guilty must not go. Unpunished first time if he wants seven. You know, what's crazy about watching those who are guilty of doing Hitler's killing for him over and over again, they tried.
"president harry truman" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Program. Stokely providing you here on. No, you're not going to get any where else. I really it's all you need to know. You just have to pay attention just have to listen. After a void, all temptations. You have to avoid all human nature crap that gets people to do really stupid things with their money. Anyway. Talking about the markets runoffs. If something's hot. It sells right? Ever internet? Stocks are hot. And stocks are hot. The thing that nobody really tells us when things are are hot you might want to be selling a little bit. You might wanna be trimming that position. What Wall Street tries to do what they do is sell you an umbrella. The day after it rains. And do it with a nice smile. Back in January of nineteen ninety nine. I put out a column. It's called hickory and the stock market, and I love Greek mythology. I love the I really do. There's a lot to learn from it. And basically I was using and the stock market caution people about the market's at that point in time. Again. This is January nineteen ninety nine. Mark. It's still had a way to run. They still had a way to go. But I knew what was going to happen. I made the comparison between the young man it, Chris. Who decided not to listen to his father's warning flying too high? And it's deadly result. And that was in contrast. What me worry, I'm not gonna worry. Stocks keep going up up up and up. President Harry Truman stated the only new thing in the world. Is the history. You don't know. A wise man was a financial writer from years ago gentleman by the name of Nick Murray added to this and said or the history you've chosen to ignore because you've decided that you're exempt from it. Wherever we see a shock market record wherever she the market's going through the roof. I start getting the phone calls various different radio shows, not so much television anymore. I've kind of put them on the back burner. I don't like doing TV anymore. Yeah. They wanna they want to know what's going on. They want to know. Wow. Look at this comet talk about it. What's my opinion? I always have an opinion on why the markets are doing what they're doing. Of course. I do. But I'm not gonna do is. I'm not gonna make any sort of sweeping investment decision based upon this opinion. I operate and what I do know. Tell you what I do know is that don't the markets. Can't go up Reverend straight line. I do know that compounding. The best safe yields overtime works. I know. You can make a lot of money fast by being under diversified and a certain sector at a period of time. But also, no, you're not gonna stay rich. You're not going to be wealthy by under diversifying that. I know. The rule we live in. Filled with sure all. Quick fixes. How many commercials we see on TV for various different drugs prescription drugs. I still find that amazing that pharmaceutical companies advertise, it's everywhere. This got that take a pill? He'll be okay, right. Got a lot of false prophets out there as well. See the commercials on TV. Guru traders out there sign up pride. You're going to be rich quick. You really want to believe that you somebody out there magically has all the answers shortcuts. What do they what do they call Warren Buffett the oracle of Omaha? Why? Why why the oracle? Isn't it is show doubles and triples at his portfolio? You think that Warren Buffett made his money at up built up berkshire-hathaway by trading in Ameritrade account. Or watching James Kramer on CNBC. Now. He did. We're gonna take quick break right here. And I kind of finish up with this gone.
"president harry truman" Discussed on American History Tellers
"The Anchorage Daily Times began to push for statehood and president. Harry, Truman expressed his support as time, went on petitions for vote, came into play in nineteen Forty-six Alaskan. Citizens voted nearly three to two in favor of statehood over the next decade. Alaskan politicians began forming committees drafting resolutions for a formal state constitution on January third, nineteen. Fifty-nine president. Dwight D Eisenhower, signed an official proclamation, making Alaska the forty nine star on the flack. The Anchorage. Daily news ran. The headline I says your in now. The Alaska statehood act transferred. One hundred three million acres of the federally owned Alaska territory to the new state. It also included a clause seating, other lands to the native people who had historically inhabited them and still claim them, but with statehood came questions about how land should be used and about how best to balance the needs of development with the preservation of wilderness. Emotions ran high and mount McKinley. National park was ground zero in nineteen fifty. Seven construction had been completed on one hundred seventy miles of winding gravel road that ran all the way to the park engines for the first time, the Denali highway provided visitors with direct access to the park. It opened up a new world of tourism to the state and many residents. Politicians were excited soon discussions began for an all weather highway that would follow the route of the Alaska railroad connecting Anchorage Fairbanks, and the park. Some people wanted to pave the road through the park and bridge the glacial McKinley river one idea call for develop..
"president harry truman" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"In the desire of America Each do in this land is able in freedom and without fear To sit, beneath his own vine and. Fig tree so from the very beginning our first president was supportive Now that's huge that's absolutely huge you know you fast forward them into the. Time of Harry Truman and, may fourteenth nineteen forty eight President Harry Truman was. The first to acknowledge and recognize and accept the state of Israel right the first congratulations came from a phone call from Harry Truman, now I'm going to tie this all. Back in to scripture in Genesis. Twelve one through three which says in which God says Abraham I will bless. Those people as. You I, will curse those curse you I really believe that, much of the blessing of our country Comes from our Full acceptance of the Jewish people who are, God's chosen people and that from those people then. Came our messiah Jesus And that. Jesus was a Jew and that that's the thing that is just you know it's it's a it's, a knowledge unaccepted now here in this country and that as we bless Israel as President Trump continues to bless Israel our nation will. Continue to be blessed that. You cannot separate scripture in Genesis twelve one through. Three and the blessings of our freedom that's why there is such here's opposition to this man to to our, president I really believe that what we're looking at, is Is a a profound darkness that wishes to crush the light and and 'cause all the promises. Of the scriptures and therefore God's promises to be ally I think this is truly a good versus evil kind of, you know kind of a moment in, our existence and so we must all end, up and we must support our, president as he goes forward in his support of Israel yeah no you know we're really so simpatico on that and I'm glad that, you took, the time to, explain that because I. Think no one has to be a big fan of any president wholeheartedly like there were things there's, been things about every president that has served since I've been born that I didn't like and there were things that I did but. When it comes to the. Actual policy that's what my real concern is and. It's even if you can divorce the personality from What are, you actually accomplishing well when. You when? You say to? The Middle East we stand unequivocal with Israel we move our embassy to their their capital, when we, say we're standing with them regardless you're doing something that wasn't very popular for the last eight years in that regard and with you I think it was definitively correct move. To make vote detainees the voice that you're hearing, on the, mountain of, the Lord it's a novel is her. Newest it's part of the alleged chronicles and it's part of Salem books which is an imprint of our friends at Regna. Republishing. They, are co, owned by the same people that, own this radio station so we're glad to be able to speak with her body what what's the ark of the Elijah chronicles do you see. It being a three. Three installment story what is this going to be left behind you're going to be like fifteen, books down the road what's what what, are you what are you envision kind of, the arc of this story taking, it at this point you know we envision three bucks I, think if you? Only read the first book value would have? Really clear perspective of of of the history and the. Prophecy that's? Being fulfilled right? Now the thing about it is Kevin you know we wake? Up in the morning and, the news, the news is new It's, it's old and it is recorded in scripture and so you know, it just keeps going and I all I know how to do is researching right that's my my life I mean I I started my life as a, writer in daily which you know, a daily, newspaper which if you put all of those pages. Together in one year It's the equivalent probably of a, of a novel and a half so I just keep doing what, I know how. To do which is right in research and. Stay in touch with those who are you know who are active and very. Much in the forefront in Israel and also this. Country well you you, blessed a lot of. People over the same length of time vote you and. Brock? Both have.
"president harry truman" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Democrats including president Harry Truman handle the fallout poorly hesitating. To distance themselves from his and a winning Lee feeding a conservative narrative that they were soft on communism see it's always an attack on conservatives and patriots and so forth Republicans are now having. Their, own Alger hiss moment this is where this guy gets bizarre Boutin is alleged efforts to ingratiate herself with. Conservative movement organization so the Republican party. Now, we know, she met with certain Obama officials I wonder if. They'll update this piece Hello I said now we know she met with certain Obama officials he goes on shows that Russia's interest in Donald Trump is not an operation focused on one man as explained in the Justice department affidavit in October twenty sixteen Boutin reported to her rush and mentor that Republicans are, for us and Democrats against this is not esta about one, seductive spire even when president it's about how intertwined Russia and the Republican party are becoming and whether the. Republican party is? Willing and able to disentangle itself is the Republican party. Entangled with Russia in what way exactly By defending Trump against these outrageous allegations that a. Single sentence of? Which Is supportable You mean the Republicans voted to increase defense spending I mean the, Republican administration that's taken certain severe steps, against Russia where the Obama administration what His was convicted of perjury, nineteen, fifty for falsely denying in his nineteen forty eight congressional testimony that, he gave Whittaker chambers confidential State Department? Documents to, be delivered to the Soviets interesting back then isn't it, that people were actually, prosecuted He served forty four months in prison. Then spent the next forty two years maintaining his innocence ever after even after intercepts declassify just before his death strongly indicated, this, was a Soviet agent for years by the way the Democrats supported, his many of them to the end Claiming of course he's not a Of course he wasn't a. Russian spy shortly before its fall Alger hiss had risen high enough in the State Department, to serve as acting general secretary the United, Nations during the nineteen forty five San Francisco conference that finalized the international organizations charter when rumors of his Soviet ties prompted his resignation at. The end of nineteen forty six his reputation remained strong enough for a Republican John foster Dulles to. Engineer smooth transition into the presidency the. Carnegie Endowment, for international peace His guilt how come you're not talking about the Democrats his. Skill while hotly debated for decades Left a lingering stain on the, Democratic Party and liberalism now it didn't Did. Leave and lingering stain on them they do, all kinds of crackpot stuff there's a leave a lingering. Stain on them He's just trying to set up Trump and the Republicans making it. Difficult for the party the win the. Public trust on matters both foreign and domestic If Republicans handle their algebra his moment is awkwardly as Democrats. Did they face a similar fate what out your his moment Why was hitch such a touchstone for the Cold War era because for much of the left he was an honorable man who. Served fourteen years and three government departments during. The Roosevelt and Truman administrations only to be smeared any wave of? Anti-communist hysteria he wasn't smeared Somebody had sent on the, guy for the right he was proof that communists were crawling throughout our government and the Liberal Democrats should. Be suspected of harboring secret anti-american agendas as chambers. Right in witnessed by. The way great. Book if you haven't read it when he fingered Hairston aimed? At communism he also struck out, the forces of the great socialist revolution which the name of liberalism has been inching it's ice cap over the nation for two decades that's what chambers said. Any was correct Now once served time even, though he was never convicted of espionage the right had the upper hand in the argument now see see. How liberal rights and thanks the right has the. Upper hand left has. The lower hand No the problem is progressivism status the problem was, FDR set the right having the upper hand, or the lower hand but this guy has to create, the, scenario Dax like Donald Trump is facing algebra his moment and so are we know we're not The case marked the, beginning of, the post World War Two 'ideological faultlines that would shape American politics during the Cold War the. Dueling testimonies of chambers in history the house on American activities committee riveted the nation the. Relentless pursuit of his made a young congressman from California Richard Nixon a rockstar in his party before the were Rockstars..
"president harry truman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Had a very high level position in the State Department and as an advisor. To FDR And was involved in the y'all to negotiations in which has I've explained before basically half, a Europe is ultimately surrendered to. The Soviets and Joseph Stalin who killed tens of millions but whom DR affectionately called uncle Joe How'd your, his played a direct role in this So politicos so-called reporter contributor whatever he is Compares? Alger? Hiss to this, Maria, Boutin ah why Because he knows most of his readers are stupid and they have no idea who Alger hiss is was or, otherwise And it wasn't just out you're his- There are many, more and we'll get into that too A whole Spiring That was exposed and partly exposed what they, help Richard Nixon which is one of the reasons why the left has, always hated Nixon And the un-american affairs committee So this. Writer begins alleged Russian spy Maria Boutin was arrested, just. A few days ago shorter the seventieth anniversary of the last major accusation of Russian. Infiltration in America's political system one on August three thousand nine hundred forty eight time, editor and ex-communist Whittaker chambers publicly accused former high ranking State Department official hiss of being a Soviet agent Rattled Democrats including president Harry Truman handle the fallout poorly hesitating to. Distance themselves from his and a winning Lee feeding a conservative narrative that they were, soft on communism it's always an attack on conservatives and patriots and so forth Republicans are now having their. Own Alger hiss moment this is where this guy gets bizarre Boot tina's alleged efforts to ingratiate herself with. Conservative movement organization so the Republican part. Now, we know, she met with certain Obama officials I wonder if. They'll update this piece Hello I said now we. Know she met with certain Obama officials He goes on shows that Russia's interest in Donald Trump is, not an operation focused on one man as explained in the, Justice department affidavit in October twenty sixteen Boutin reported to her Russian mentor that Republicans are for us and. Democrats against this? Is. Not esta about one seductive spire even when president it's about. How intertwined Russia and the Republican party are becoming and whether the Republican. Party is willing and able to disentangle. Itself. Is the, Republican, party entangled with Russia in what way exactly By defending Trump against these outrageous allegations that he. Single scintilla of? Which Is supportable You mean the Republicans voted to increase defense spending You mean the, Republican administration that's taken certain severe steps? Against Russia where the Obama administration what Hiss was convicted of perjury, nineteen, fifty for falsely denying in his nineteen forty eight congressional testimony that, he gave Winokur chambers confidential State Department? Documents to be delivered to the Soviets interesting back then isn't it, that people were actually, prosecuted He served forty four months in prison. Then spent the next forty two years maintaining his innocence ever after even after intercepts declassify just before his death strongly indicated, this, was a Soviet agent for years by the way the Democrats supported, has many of them to the end Claiming no no no of course he's not Yeah The question wasn't a Russian spy shortly before its. Fall Alger hiss had risen high enough in the State Department to serve as acting general, secretary the United Nations during the nineteen forty, five San Francisco conference that finalize the international organizations charter when rumors of his Soviet ties prompted his resignation at the end of nineteen. Forty-six his reputation remained strong enough for a Republican John foster Dulles to engineer smooth transition into the. Presidency the Carnegie Endowment for international, peace his, guilt how come he's not talking about the, Democrats his guilt while hotly debated for. Decades Left a lingering stain on the, Democratic Party and liberalism now it didn't It'll even lingering stain on them they do, all kinds of crackpot stuff there's a leave a lingering. Stain on them He's just trying to set up. Trump and the Republicans making, it difficult for the party the win the public trust on matters? Both foreign and, domestic if Republicans handle their outer. His moment is awkwardly as Democrats did. They face a similar fate what his moment Why. Was hitch such a touchstone for the Cold War era because for much of the left, he was an honorable man who served fourteen years and three..
"president harry truman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"That but i think the the parallel that we see with donald trump is actually harry truman it was eleven minutes it was seventy years to the day seventy years to this day in nineteen forty eight eleven minutes after the declaration of israel was made president harry truman ben declared the us recognized the name of israel seventy years later president trump who i think is like president truman in many regards you know of kinda hard charging guy on unconventional political figure a very plain spoken in direct individual followed through with the next with the next step on that in terms of saying that as as i heard benjamin netanyahu say today and a couple of days ago i've been twice with the prime minister during my visit aaron israel he said he said president trump has proclaimed the jewish people have known for three thousand years well that's a roussel is the capital of israel here's what's interesting to me gets here in dc and in manhattan you know everyone's renting their clothing over this and they're they're wringing their hands at all this is this is such an irresponsible move you ask and forget about the people of israel knowing this for three thousand years i would venture to say and i'm shocked that no one pulled this if you ask the average american on the street what's the capital of israel they'd say jerusalem if you ask the average american on the street where's the american embassy in israel they'd say well let's in jerusalem they wouldn't think that it was in tel aviv because that's.
"president harry truman" Discussed on WJR 760
"Thirty one days left in the year make each and every day county each day is a gift may fourteenth nineteen forty eight according to the current era calendar the independent state of israel was proclaimed in tel aviv by david ben gurion who became its first prime minister who they named the airport after us president harry truman immediately recognized the nation of israel and significantly dick on this day they officially moved the us embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem calling jerusalem the capital and and this has been something that had been talked about by several presidents but they didn't do it right it's been going on for years this struggle and so this president has done it and he has done many things that he said he would do and others that we didn't know about but that he did and it it may be never before he gets credit for any of the things that he has accomplished and of course they'll argue this wasn't an accomplishment this is going to feed into more wars and conflict like there hasn't been any wars and conflicts for i don't know the last thousand years so that's what's happening today and then we'll watch to see this protests that are happening there it sure would be nice if that part of the world could just get along can imagine how much better off the entire world would be if that were the case boy it's almost almost impossible to imagine that there's been so much violence over the centuries there yep it is impossible to imagine but if you do take just a moment and imagine how much trouble that region has been for the us and for the rest of the world it's just and we're all we're all in it we're in it together if people can kind of get that across i don't know what it is but all the news all the newspapers everything hit me so negative this weekend just negative story after negative story after negative stories.
Police say Virginia girl lied about being attacked over headscarf
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