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Police: Baby girl dies in Virginia after being left in car

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 d ago

Police: Baby girl dies in Virginia after being left in car

"New the another York rolling City stones child is has marking died are the after threatening fiftieth inadvertently president anniversary being Donald left Trump of the pride in with a legal hot March car action no this for matter using one happened this what song Friday at in Virginia his rallies well it will be and like despite the last child year's was cease enormous just eleven and parade desist months there will directives old be virtual performances as Fairfax well online police say the from may girl's a host father put of stars her in one car rainbow and inadvertently flags will great fly laughter across while the using city another from windows car thank in to buildings run you errands like thank Rockefeller you Jennette Center fennel is and president Israeli there will be Intel and protesters founder said earlier of kids in this masks in month cars dot demonstrating president org trump the for walked biggest equality off mistake the stage anyone the events can as marked he ever usually the fiftieth make does anniversary not complete is to of think events the original that this to March the can't strains happen to to of the them honor rolling she the stones stone says there in wall nineteen are three uprisings factors sixty nine classic that of make the year people before console forget in was New one York get city's what a change you want west in routine village that helped which propel we all a live global every the day students LGBTQ now say in a statement movement to then legal Julie team is Walker additional working in with New stress York music rights which organization I think BMI we all have to had stop using quite their material a bit lately and in then trump's reelection three campaign if you're sleep the statement deprived says although if the our president trucks to disregards remember from of looking the exclusion before you lock and process to leaving one of then your he shoes will face in the backseat a lawsuit for I'm breaking Julie the Walker embargo and playing music that's not being licensed and had complained during trump's twenty sixteen campaign about the use of the music to find his conservative base after grounding Charles the assessment

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Rolling Stones threaten to sue Trump over using their songs

AP News Radio

01:11 min | 5 d ago

Rolling Stones threaten to sue Trump over using their songs

"New the York rolling City stones is marking are the threatening fiftieth president anniversary Donald Trump of the pride with legal March action no for matter using this what song at his rallies well it will be like despite last year's cease enormous and parade desist there will directives be virtual performances as well online from may a host of stars rainbow flags will great fly across the city from windows thank in buildings you like thank Rockefeller you Center and Israeli there will be Intel protesters said earlier in this masks month demonstrating president trump for walked equality off the stage the events as marked he usually the fiftieth does anniversary not complete of events the original to March the strains to of the honor rolling the stones stone in wall nineteen uprisings sixty nine classic of the year before console in was New York get city's what you want west village that helped propel a global the students LGBTQ say in a statement movement then legal Julie team is Walker working in with New York music rights organization BMI to stop using their material in trump's reelection campaign the statement says if the president disregards of the exclusion and process then he will face a lawsuit for breaking the embargo and playing music that's not being licensed and had complained during trump's twenty sixteen campaign about the use of the music to find his conservative base after grounding Charles the assessment

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In NYC, marking 50th anniversary of Pride, no matter what

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 d ago

In NYC, marking 50th anniversary of Pride, no matter what

"A Taiwan's New York Jerusalem City is capital court marking who's the fiftieth older holds the its annual release anniversary LGBT of of a former the pride airforce March pride general no parade and matter leading activists what making it one opposed of the well few it will to places be Israeli like last in prime the world year's minister enormous to Benjamin proceed parade Netanyahu's with there such will an event be rule virtual in the performances face whose arrest of code online that nineteen prompted from hundreds a host to protest of stars outside rainbow of the flags Israeli will fly leader's across residence American the city student from windows loan in general buildings goose like I'm Rockefeller a high has skilled been coming Center to pride being and every a there leader will year be of protesters the while protest in Taiwan movement in masks against the fiat thinks demonstrating this one demanding for special equality the long is time most the leader events of the rest marked of steps the the world fiftieth celebrations down anniversary while facing have of the been original charges canceled of March fraud because to of breach the honor epidemic of the trust stone I think wall and accepting being uprisings able bribes to be of the Haskell year in a before country and several right in New now York others that's city's so west with a ten village on Friday that's that able helped to in handle what propel police it and say still a be global was able to an illegal LGBTQ have these demonstration kind of events movement because the storm the protesters started Julie block shortly Walker roads before in the New March now York his lawyer but has the told rain did Israeli not stop army L. radio G. B. the T. court support has released his decision him without to conditions go on in solidarity thanks protesting with those unable is the foundation to attend pride of democracy events around the world I'm Charles many will the last rainbow month colored surgical masks as they marched in the only country in Asia with same sex marriage is legal I'm Charles the last month

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In NYC, marking 50th anniversary of Pride, no matter what

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 d ago

In NYC, marking 50th anniversary of Pride, no matter what

"New York City is marking the fiftieth anniversary of the pride March no matter what well it will be like last year's enormous parade there will be virtual performances online from a host of stars rainbow flags will fly across the city from windows in buildings like Rockefeller Center and there will be protesters in masks demonstrating for equality the events marked the fiftieth anniversary of the original March to honor the stone wall uprisings of the year before in New York city's west village that helped propel a global LGBTQ movement Julie Walker in New York

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In NYC, marking 50th anniversary of Pride, no matter what

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 d ago

In NYC, marking 50th anniversary of Pride, no matter what

"New York City is marking the fiftieth anniversary of the pride March no matter what well it will be like last year's enormous parade there will be virtual performances online from a host of stars rainbow flags will fly across the city from windows in buildings like Rockefeller Center and there will be protesters in masks demonstrating for equality the events marked the fiftieth anniversary of the original March to honor the stone wall uprisings of the year before in New York city's west village that helped propel a global LGBTQ movement Julie Walker in New York

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In NYC, marking 50th anniversary of Pride, no matter what

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 d ago

In NYC, marking 50th anniversary of Pride, no matter what

"New York City is marking the fiftieth anniversary of the pride March no matter what well it will be like last year's enormous parade there will be virtual performances online from a host of stars rainbow flags will fly across the city from windows in buildings like Rockefeller Center and there will be protesters in masks demonstrating for equality the events marked the fiftieth anniversary of the original March to honor the stone wall uprisings of the year before in New York city's west village that helped propel a global LGBTQ movement Julie Walker in New York

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New York City looting persists despite curfew, with Macy's among stores hit

Curtis Sliwa

05:19 min | Last month

New York City looting persists despite curfew, with Macy's among stores hit

"Well we are in the epicenter yes we are of right at central so many different ways we'll get we'll get right into it there's so many different aspects but remember we posted yesterday on Kurdish and Juliet Facebook page the picture of Macy's in Herald square completely boarded up plywood on every square inch bolted in because Macy's which is the jewel in the crown of retail establishments it's the largest retail department store in the world new the table going to be hit knew that this would be a notch in the belt of looters and the NYPD obviously did not take the hands from Macy's that we took here in knowing that they were going to be hit and hit hard and you saw it you can look at Curtis and Juliet hundreds of young people pouring in after the group had taken a crowbar share ball peen hammers that bolt lock cutters and found their way through the plywood busted the windows out and then started charging in and looting and it's interesting because Macy's which no one was coming I did not use their old school methods that would have prevented this and I'll explain it to momentarily but Macy's you have to understand even though there are a lot of items in there that a lot of young people might not want that though if you could hit Macy's and you could be seen going in there and pillaging and walking out with a lot of loot wow that's like top shelf five store the only one other than that was Nike town that's where I was last night which was down on spring and Broadway and by the way why am I losing wasn't the one of the marketing ploys of ninety when they signed up Colin Kaepernick after he was removed from the NFL they had a special customized signal for a signature sneaker for him which sold massive amounts we join the resistance this from enjoying the resistance and you're the hand up now you would have thought Nike would have been a hit hit hard because let's face it we're talking apparel now we're not talking about politics Lucia looking for stuff maybe they can use personally or they can sell out in the streets and yet ninety town way off the air in are again knew that they would be hit and they had twenty two African American men all dressed in black with black cats that said security so they look somewhat like the looters the more organized looters who wore black hoodies and had like black pants and black shoes what was the overall demographic of the looters mostly black mostly young male some female some Hispanic some whites but totally different than what you saw earlier in the day from the demonstrators you because younger would they be considered like anti fascist antifa where are they now after six o'clock is when the looting started so that's why when Cuomo and de Blasio now seo we'll have a curfew at eight it's not you Hey idiots the looting started six yesterday LA which is already been devastated by looting they have a curfew that started for them a little bit more hip to understand that a curfew means if you're out in the streets and you cannot prove why you're out in the streets like you know I'm essential worker or war I'm trying to find a you know a pharmacy that I can get this prescription fill okay that's legitimate but if you have no reason you're out in the streets you get arrested and they weren't doing that last night after eleven no if you but I mean I had to say when I was looking at when we were talking about this yesterday and I was looking at the the plywood and I'm thinking that it's not going to do much when you've got hordes of people who are bent on breaking into a store and you have very little police presence and a police presence got there but I don't well I I will you said something interesting earlier before we started you said it's we've got to start looking at the Upper West Side and Upper East Side at this point because it's a it does seem like they're starting from the bottom and they're heading up sure they start to remember down on Canal Street that was the first night canal to house in St so they hit so whole no ho they knock that out then he started moving north to fourteenth street Union Square that whole area which is now a huge enclave of storage then you saw last night boy they went for the canal the canal it means five locations so they hit downtown again so whole no home they had fourteenth street Union Square they hit our house right here thirty fourth street starting with Macy's and all the surrounding stores then the rampage to Times Square did a lot of damage and then they went up to Rockefeller Center so they're just about to fifty seven street and they pushing north doesn't mean they're not going to come back down tonight and try to pick the bones of what's left

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Coronavirus Update with Dr. Peter Hotez

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

06:24 min | 2 months ago

Coronavirus Update with Dr. Peter Hotez

"My Name is Dr Peter. Hotels and I believe that everybody in the United States deserve access to new drugs and therapies vaccines for cove in nineteen regardless of their ability to pay Arina. Sorry Dr Hotels. Thank you so much for joining us again. A lot has happened since last. We spoke some of it. Good and a lot of it bad. Can you just give us an overview about the status of the pandemic in America right now? Well of course the big over you for the US was this really horrible humanitarian tragedy in New York New Jersey Connecticut in the northeast. And we're still not nearly done. It's probably still going to go on for a few more weeks but I never thought we would see that level of the station in terms of death and admissions to the hospital in intensive care unit. And it's given me a real perspective on how things could go terribly wrong here in the United States so for me. Now it's all hands on deck and making certain that what happened in New York especially in places like Queens New York which you know I know you know very well would never happen again elsewhere in the US. Well I mean you call that a humanitarian crisis. Why do you identify it as that? Well it's the level of suffering that I'm seeing and it goes beyond you know it's not just the ticks of the number of deaths. I mean we're hearing about scores of schoolteachers. For instance getting sick and dying. And even you know there was an article that really broke my heart about the doormen New York. Yeah numbers of them have gotten sick and died and I went to medical school and Graduate School in New York at Cornell and Rockefeller. And you know you'd have a bad day in the lab and you just take a walk and the only people up at that hour would be guys standing in the doorway and on some evenings. They'd be your only friend and you'd have a little. You know nothing little informal chat with them and and that all those people are getting so sick and dying is really heartbreaking. So that the situation in New York and New Jersey and the thing that I'm really concerned about now is whether we really learned our lessons from New York and New Jersey. Why do I say that's so? For instance here in Texas. We saw what was happening in New York. We implemented social distancing early on really ahead of the virus so we never saw peak anything close to resembling what happened in New York and New Jersey. And that's been great. We've not had a huge number of admissions in the Texas Medical Center to the hospital the ICU we've got some. But it's definitely a manageable problem but now I think we're starting to hear from the governor that now they're anxious to open things up again right and relaxed social distancing even though a number of the epidemiologic models and I know the epidemiologic models are not perfect they have their flaws are basically saying for some states like Texas. We need to maintain that social distancing until June. One until we go back to containment vote and the problem is that the governor's in many parts of the south and the West. Just don't have the appetite for that. They're going to open things up earlier than June one. And maybe even by next week or the week afterwards and I understand the realities of closing down the economy. I understand the hardships that many people are facing that. They're not getting a paycheck and I understand the need to open segments of the economy. The piece that bothers me is that I'm not confident. We have the public health infrastructure. That's been put into place in order to manage what's going to be a new surge. We don't have places of business well set up to do testing a regular basis. We don't have the staff in place from public health agencies to do the contact tracing. We don't have syndrome surveillance activities in place so I'm very worried not so much for the next few weeks but I'm worried we're going to start to see a brand new round of searches that could even dwarf the ones. We've been seeing what happens starting over the summer. So I'm very worried and going on cable news a lot explaining this that come July and August if we don't have national plan in place not only around the economic recovery but linking at the public health we could even see unfolding situation. That's worse than we saw in March and now the first couple of weeks of April. Well the thing that I don't understand is has it. Peaked and with governors wanting to open up their states. Will there even be a single national peak or are we just going to keep peaking state by state and not get on the same page with this? And is it necessary to get on the same page? That's basically the worry right. The peak in New York according to the models is already happened a few days ago and one in Texas maybe in another week or so and then the numbers are starting to go down. The problem is we often forget. This is like the eye of a hurricane just because the first wave of the hurricane hit and you see the eye doesn't mean I go outside and play. It means the second part is coming so that part has to be considered and then not having a system in place to prevent a bigger resurgence in the summer of great concern. Because if you look at the models and yeah anybody can do this by the way. It's that's what I'm thinking about the models that they've set up in Seattle is anybody can go to just go to health data dot org and you can click on your state and see what's happening the models basically show a peak and then decline going all the way to August and don't really try to predict what's going to happen after that because they don't know what's going to happen in terms of relaxing social distancing by understand the urgency to relax social distancing. It's just that with out a plan in place for my during it. We're just asking for a huge problem. Potentially much bigger than the one. We've already faced

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Coronavirus is a totally different disaster for philanthropies to handle

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

09:16 min | 3 months ago

Coronavirus is a totally different disaster for philanthropies to handle

"Darren Walker. Thank you very much for coming back to the PODCAST. I'm happy to back on them. So you're every year you send out a New Year's letter in this in this year's letter was entitled how we move forward during the year ahead and in it you decry how we're losing ground on a whole host of issues that democratic values and institutions remain in retreat as a quote from the letter. You also say in the letter quote. This is a time to step up not check out a time to reenlist. Re-engage and reconnect. And you ask a question that is pretty remarkable given where we are right now you wrote quote what new crisis needs to befall us before we together are spur to collective action is covert nineteen that new crisis that will spur collective action. I hope it is. I hope that out of this horrific calamity. We can emerge a stronger nation. A more empathetic people a society where we realize that we have a shared destiny that we realized that our future is one future a future that is dependent on our willingness to act as one our willingness to engage as one and our belief in the idea of equal status them. You know you have been either in your role at Ford or your previous role when you're at The Rockefeller Foundation. You've been a part of many calamities. Both Mother Nature created and manmade I seem to remember there was Detroit bankruptcy there was a new orleans rebuilding after Katrina up. Have you seen anything like this? That we're going through right now. There has never been anything like this virus to hit the world. There's never been a a calamity of this scale and scope and intensity and every crisis I've been involved in where there's been some terrible act of God or whatever you WanNa call it In in it usually place based in some part of the world there is some terrible thing ebola or so Nami in Southeast Asia and the rest of the world can rush to help because the rest of the world is stable prosperous and doing very well generally speaking and this case the entire planet is on edge the entire globe is impacted by this Kobe. Nineteen hours there is no place on earth where one can seek refuge from this and believe that you won't be impacted and so the question for us is. How do we respond in a circumstance that truly does require that we build a consensus that Necessitates a global response not just a response at the country level and particularly response that recognizes that the inequality that we see in the world and in our society will be exacerbated by this corona virus crisis. If we don't as we design how we get out of this and we work through this we are paying attention to the inequality that existed before this virus hit us. We're going to actually make things worse for the very people who are most vulnerable and most at risk. I WANNA get into a little bit deeper into that in a moment but as president of the Ford Foundation. Correct me if I'm if my memory is failing me here but you have a major presence in India and just recently. A India went on a national lockdown. We're talking about one point. Something Billion People on what? How does that impact the work? That Ford does while in a country like India. Our work is focused on civil society and strengthening civil society supporting the rights of women and Dulles Indigenous People until those communities are absolutely impacted because these lockdowns basically impact their ability to earn a living. And most of these folks earn a living As garbage pickers as day laborers people living off of cash and so they are absolutely impacted but on the other hand it's important that India as a nation have a uniform standard way of approaching. This and I think the prime minister has done that. Interestingly we also have an office in Beijing so our China office closed in January as a result of the virus hitting Beijing where we have an office and Within days our office closed. What's very interesting? Is that this week. Our office in Beijing opened. And so we've got a reopening of an office and the a ten offices of Ford in other parts of the world are all closed now so we have this almost this this reversal and so in some ways. What we've seen in our office in Beijing May Portend Our future in that. That office was closed for ten weeks before was able to be reopened and we'll see if We follow a similar pattern here in the US. So let's dive into what you said Just a moment ago about you know how we design the response to Covet. Nineteen will determine whether the societal issues that countries were dealing with before. Kovac's nineteen whether they're exacerbated and I don't mean this as as a partisan question but it is it is a question that has been lurking in my mind. I sort of troubled. By the fact that the United States is not in the forefront of leading in terms of responding to cope with nineteen can can the United States can nations get past this without concerted driven fact based Response from leadership leadership is essential here and the importance of leadership has never been more elevated And felt at at at at anytime in my lifetime than this moment. We're in most certainly the work of global organizations like the WHO is essential and working with them on global strategies and global approaches. Is the only way we're going to actually Get on the other side. If you will I I I don't think it's a secret to say that the US has not sought leadership in many global fora the traditional Seats at the head of the table that we assumed and that we championed global ideas The this is not a part of who we are today in terms of and I think something we have to really consider Do we want the United States to be a a global leader a global organizer a global. Convener I believe we do. I believe it is in our national interest for the US to be engaged in the world and to set a standard and an example of excellence of Democratic Participation Of OF COLLEAGUE SHIP.

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Re-Thinking Church Missions

5 Minutes in Church History

04:24 min | 3 months ago

Re-Thinking Church Missions

"All through the history of the Church of Christ. There has been a ceaseless struggle to maintain the truth that is a quote from Alan McRae Twentieth Century Presbyterian Churchmen and Biblical scholar. He learned that quote firsthand. He was with J Gresham Machen as a student at Princeton Seminary in the late nineteen twenty s and when Mason left Princeton in one across the Delaware River over to Philadelphia to found Westminster Theological Seminary. Mcrae went along with them and a few years later in one thousand nine thirty six when Mason. Who was ousted from the Presbyterian church U S and he formed a new church the Orthodox Presbyterian church well McRae went along with him again. So what was the issue in the Nineteen Thirties and specifically in nineteen thirty six mccray is about this ceaseless struggle to maintain the truth. Will broadly speaking. The issue was liberalism and cultural progressivism This had been at work in the Presbyterian Church USA and many other denominations as well at the time from the eighteen nineties on through the roaring twenties. Mason battled it at Princeton and he was battling it. Within the denomination narrowly. Speaking the issue was missions in nineteen thirty to the fall of nineteen thirty two. A report was issued entitled Rethinking Missions. This report was then published fully in nineteen thirty three no fewer than seven volumes published by Harper again under the title rethinking missions. This project was all funded by John. D Rockefeller it had representatives from seven key positions on mission boards. In seven denominations participated. This document had two major parts. One was based on a fact finding mission and just spoke of the state of missions and the conditions of places three places in particular China and India. Japan were studied the second part raised new ways. That mission should be done and challenge the old ways that missions was being done in a nutshell. What this document wanted to promote was to advance spiritual idealism social brotherhood Economic Welfare and Cultural Unity. The rethinking part means that to think of missions as simply the Great Commission the Proclamation of the Gospel to every tribe to every nation that is too narrow and in fact has been wrong headed we need a different mission. Different approach that represents the realities of the twentieth century so missions needs to be rethought well. This deeply troubled J. Gresham mation. He saw in this and denial of the Gospel and he couldn't believe that not only did his own mission board of the Presbyterian Church U s not only did it not refute this document but it had key representatives. Who are part of it and were promoting it. This was also the time of the missionary. Pearl Buck in nineteen thirty two. She had just won the Pulitzer Prize. She was a very significant figure in American culture and she was a Presbyterian missionary. Who denied the Atonement of Christ the Deity of Christ the authority of Scripture and all of this just perplexed Mason and so he challenged his denomination. He wrote a one hundred and ten page pamphlet to go along with an overture that he introduced in his presbytery and he wanted the Presbyterian Church to refute this document. They didn't and so. In one thousand nine hundred thirty three he formed the independent board of Presbyterian foreign missions that eventually led to his ouster from his denomination and so in Nineteen ninety-six once he was defrocked he just formed a new denomination the Orthodox Presbyterian church six months later January one nineteen thirty seven. Mason died but his commitment to the church and his commitment to the Gospel was evident there in that action of standing against the tide of his denomination and standing for the Gospel. He did not want to rethink missions but rather in the twentieth century he wanted to reaffirm the mission of the Church and the Great Commission. Well that was mentioned in one thousand nine hundred eighty three. And I'm Steve Nichols and thanks for joining us. For Five minutes purchased

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"rockefeller" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

05:54 min | 4 months ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"To Rockefeller one of the Rockefeller Abigail Rockefeller okay. So then what do you know he comes back? I'm like hey yeah fuck Ya. Central banks the only way to provide stability for the markets. GotTa have it. That's all we can do central bank central bank. So then you know the they're having a hard time getting it passed though so as their draft. This legislation nineteen ten. They drafted it. The bankers themselves drafted legislation allegedly This place that was owned by the rockefellers called Jekyll island which is off Georgia. So they have like a secret meeting And they had like ten of these people from these various influential families kind of draft their own legislation handed back to Audrey. But still is like you know people like this is kind of Fox like. We don't really want this. This is dangerous and they said. Hey we gotta get a president who will play ball with. Us Woodrow Wilson. So they pumped him up. He gets elected in nineteen thirteen. The Federal Reserve Act gets past two days before Christmas and signed into law while most Congress was away and because they were just like. Hey like we'll just pass this. Nobody's looking and we've had a federal reserve ever since so do you think it's like the the the daughter of the Rockefeller think they just have like a huge rich family meeting? They're like hey this is. Your this is your. This is what you do for the family. This is your job. I always wondered that because like they said that that David Rockefeller who's like he was the most powerful man in the world. And he's in charge of like all these you know supposed. Secret societies it. How does that? How far does that extend like? Hey like you're marrying this guy. All DRIK is that you know so I don't know like so. This guy died at like one hundred one years old died not too long like two thousand seventeen or something like that. Guy Dave at the grand the grants and so he wasn't involved in this process but he became like the figure head of the family. And like you know was again ran. Met Chase Manhattan. Bank richest person at one of the richest people in the world re oldest ever billionaire the dialing one hundred one years old and I don't know like how far like is now. The Rockefeller family is like extensive. Right they got they got a ton of people so maybe it's just like a select few from every generation. They keep it going but it's yeah they probably do have like secretly screenings and like all right which grandsons is. Is it going to be a fuck up? Let's bring him into the fold so interesting so they get him to flip through marriage and that. The pump up Woodrow Wilson. Because they know the capacity through with them yet so it gets passed in the where Wilson even in Nineteen nineteen. He has a quote recycle. Man I fucked up he goes. I have unwittingly ruined by country. A great industrial nation is now controlled by a system of credit. We're no longer a government conviction and majority vote government by a small group of dominant met. So he said that in one thousand nine hundred World War. One had just ended. He was about to leave office. He lost his marbles a little bit. I think at that point to where being totally honest but it was like he was like man. I fucked up. I should like Shinhan dot should have done that and then the idea was to create you know financial stability. That's what they sold the public like. We're not gonNA have like all these crisis you know anymore would run run on banks that didn't happen at all. We still have that you know we still had two thousand eight Major Crisis Great Depression nineteen twenty nine. Like it's it's just so it's like what's the point and now we're like we have this Federal Reserve System where I said like theoretically you can just never get out of that debt. If I'm understanding it correctly yeah I think I am but you know. It's it's complicated. I mean obviously money was huge. Driving factor list. But someone are Marx's rockefellers probably a bunch of them were very very smart to. Oh super fucking smart and you know and they've set up other like you hear about like the Swiss banks where like the Secret Swiss banks and Basil in Zurich and all these other places. Well that's like a central bank for the central banks so like they just and it's allegedly supposedly. They can take the money that they're making from the interest off of the entire. Us economy which is fucking trillions. And just throw it in there and like no one would be. No one would be the wiser where they in the Panama papers do no. It's a good question. I'm not sure. Yeah because that was the Panama papers are would you best describe? That is like an information. Dump Leah Yeah. But I kind of feel like. They're above the Panama papers. Yeah you know so yeah. They are mean they're the original like that. What a fucking family unbelievable. And it's like no one's ever become present because they don't need to fuck that it seems like a headache travel around by president. We have the president in our pocket right. And it's all right and it's like you know they probably piss on the Kennedys like fucking care about them. Let them be president yet. Because you don't imagine like it'd be crazy they're like we don't WanNa do that. Because I know probably cost the ruffle too. Many feathers charge a lot of are going to get passed through. These people would realize what's going on so we'll just have your face. Maybe that's what happens with the fuck up like nephew using and grandsons. It's like you'll be the governor of Arkansas. Yeah Fuck you will be the governor of New York. Be You know the senator from West Virginia like you're not involved in the real shit but you can have some fame fortune crazy. Be showing through to sit down with one of these rockefellers. Yeah do you think he would survive? You ask questions like this. You think you walk out of that meeting now. Probably not probably slips corona virus half probably holy ship and I do think they sell a creed before dinner. Yeah I bet you they have like these secret meanings or it's like they shut the lights off and like do like devil worship and shit who knows crazy eligible crazy shots at all actually all allegedly. We don't really knowledge us like the Internet tells us what we read what she reads Our chief that you very much crazy. That was those interesting foxy. Rockefeller Rockefeller is controlling everything they have. They really do all right. Everybody that's for today. We'll catch you next time..

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"rockefeller" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

11:15 min | 4 months ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"All right bye-bye. Today's Wednesday march fourth. Welcome to the dog walk presented by Barstool sports chiefs back for part to a sense in a sense. But it's it's one of those things where it's like. We want to do what they do about. John Rockefeller but you can't do what they do. Without talking about. Some of the conspiracies tied to them Josh. So it's like you can't fit it all into one episode and we were saying before we started. We could probably do three weeks on just all the shit connected to the Rockefeller family allegedly. Yes there's a lot of stuff in a perfect world. Tin Foil goes on Tuesday. And you know this kind of what did he do would go on Wednesday. But you gotta get the background set the stage. Yeah before we get into it though I wanNA talk about some Miller time moments Is there any time? You gotta remember around this time of year where you had nice times with friends or family. Surrounded by similar light in Patrick's day is around the corner. You know and I was just talking with Dave the you know. The hawks played the ducks last night. And it just reminded me back in. Twenty fifteen or early early Barzel Chicago days or thrown watch parties that nobody would go to. We had like a special one hawks docks when the Western Conference finals went to double overtime. Maybe triple overtime hawks. One you know we're drinking Miller lights. Were spraying them around and You know celebration it. It was just like one of those things. That's like that can and like that beer in that moment is into my brain. You're sitting in the basement bar with white SOx Dave White SOx Dave Carl was there. We had like it was like I think it was like an impromptu unlike. Hey look we're all watching the game. The other like come out weren't trying to do anything other than have a good time. And we're in the basement of the fifty fifty like not far from here and wicker park and it was just like I said like maybe ten words the whole night because it was one of those games or you're just clench the whole time like tight tight. Game and hawks ended up winning. Marcus Krueger Awesome night millerwise everywhere. A bunch of people are just living in the moment. They're living in the moment social media culture so it was the era of social media. But because we're in the basement. Nobody had any reception perfect. Yeah it was. It was nothing like you. There's no tweets. There's no videos of that night. It's just like the people who were there. Remember and it was awesome assets you the people and the Miller lite. That's awesome so whether it's a great tasty ninety six Keller Miller life. French should always come before followers. Here's the original Iberia's to the original social media it's Miller time celebrate responsibly. Miller brewing company Milwaukee Wisconsin. Ninety six calories in three point two carbs per twelve ounces. So back to the tin foil here Obviously talking about how much money Rockefeller had yesterday. When money and conspiracies Kinda go hand in hand right Yeah oftentimes. If they're they're powerful people in power family like they're GONNA be they're gonna be running in circles were decisions are made and that would lead people to automatically start pointing fingers and be suspicious. Like what are these rich and powerful people doing? What are they planning? What are they plotting? And the rockefellers are certainly in that category and it's like we said they had unbelievable wealth and they still do Officially I think they're worth like five billion dollars or something across like all the you know the the different family members but you know if you look at like the family tree so we started with John D. Rockefeller and his brother right. That's what we do. We really talked about him yesterday. Well they had Nelson Rockefeller who was a grandson. He was vice. President United States. Okay so he was under Gerald Ford so in the seventies then you had you know John. D Rockefeller Jr. He's the one who is like Building Rockefeller Center. He gave the money you know started the UN building effectively gave him plots of land. Like he's you know very well connected guy you got winthrop Rockefeller. He was the governor of Arkansas. You have Jay Rockefeller who was the senator from West Virginia? Then you got this guy. David Rockefeller so he was the youngest grandson of John. D. Rockefeller the old man and he was the president of Chase Manhattan Bank. He was like good boys with Henry Kissinger you remember that you know that name from Your History Book Common Knowledge. Maybe and he also you know he started things called like the Trilateral Commission. And he's just kind of like a shadowy figure. There's books the most evil person who ever lived. David Rockefeller and there is like a quote about him and it was like. This guy is unbelievably powerful and wealthy. Like why doesn't he run for president and they're like he so powerful that being the president would be at the motion? Okay so like he doesn't have to answer to anybody could push through whatever he wants a he just controls like A. He has everything at his fingertips under his web. And all times pretty crazy so now. They're kind of spreading into politics. Brian banking sectors like. There's they're really getting into every kind of Kravis since there has been so the the banking one is you know. Like I said they're official. Total is between like five billion dollars. So it's like. How does a family that was worth you know? Four hundred billion or whatever it was is down to five billion and it's like how does that happen will? The answer is because it's probably not accurate. Okay so they have all kinds of ways of like hiding their money and doing different things. And if you believe this particular theory that the rockefellers and J. P. Morgan the Morgan family. Which I'm sure you've heard of that bank and the Rothschild Family Along with like maybe four or five others created the Federal Reserve which is the Central Bank of the United States. And I mean I I feel like we might have to kind of explain how a central bank works Because that's not common knowledge. It'd be gray so basically a central bank and it's called the Federal Reserve Right. It's not like it's like a sneaky name. It doesn't belong to the government on a federal entity so it's like federal express like I don't know why they call it that but it's not a government owned or regulated body. It's a private institution and they lend the government money at an interest rate so the government would then like they control all the all the money creation so all the US mints and all that every they produce all the money and then they don't just give it away to the government they lend it so. The government is then in in that intern in charge of paying them back but the only thing they can pay them back with is the money that they print. So it's like this so you have to create more money to pay back the debt on the money that you originally have and it's just like this endless cycle of inflation and more and more money going back to the people allegedly who owned the private bay interesting so it it's like a mind. Fuck it's just. It's like a closed loop where like the only. The people who keep making money are the ones who own it to begin with and this has been a problem controversy central banks going all the way back to the start of this country so that is why there's you know what do you think. The Revolutionary War happened. What's your common knowledge ideologies? The revolution happened because it was. We wanted our freedom. Wanted our freedom Boston tea party. They had the stamp act. No represent What is it representation or taxation without representation? It's actually there's like theories that's not really what it was and that's just been reported through history but there's a quote from Ben Franklin okay. One of the founding fathers who said the prime cause of the Revolution was Central Bank of England so the colonies had started printing their own money that they're trading for goods and services like hey like we'll give you this Massachusetts dollar for this Massachusetts Barrel of beer and English No fuck that. Like you're not allowed to have your own currency if you're calling you have to borrow this money from the Central Bank of England and that created like this you know this impetus to start this war. Because that's like we're just constantly in debt like we're basically slaves because we can never earn enough to pay it back so that is really kind of what started like the revolutionary war with the idea of central bank. Is that confirmed? That's a real quotes from from Ben. Franklin okay so he called. He called his Central Bank of England. The PRI- The the the prime cause of the revolution so there were all these other things. Taxation Without Representation Stamp. Act All these different. You know taxes that people were pissed off about but according to Ben Franklin. This was the prime cause find over money. Man Fighting over money and independence so then there had been other like times throughout history Alexander Hamilton. You've seen the play you heard of the play. Yeah he was a big Federal Federal Central Bank Guy and Thomas Jefferson though is like they were rivals about this was like no like we cannot have banking control bankers control our money like this needs to be separate and Thomas. Jefferson said bankers are way more dangerous to a nation than a standing army. So it's like we would rather fight a war then get into bed with bankers. According to Thomas Jefferson so this is like this has been like an idea since the very beginning of our country and bankers always want to be in charge of the money. The con- the country's money because that's where all the power is so they like the kind of United States kind of gone back and forth on central banks forever but then it would just get thrown out or not passed and then as time went on the AP Morgan's The Rockefeller's the rothschilds. These people finally had like enough power and influence that they got it done so that they they created J. P. Morgan through newspapers and just whispers and some of his own like we're trading practices in the stock market created. This this is nineteen thousand. Seven created this allusion that banks. In New York City were insolvent. So there's a run on the bank so like you've seen like the Great Depression like those things where it's like everybody's like I gotta get my money out of my money out. The bank doesn't have it like it's a fucking emergency and that's spread all throughout the country and there's like a mini Depression in Nineteen O. Seven one thousand nine hundred eight and that was just basically like a false flag. Type thing. Allegedly by J. P. Morgan is on these people. Were trying to push through this Federal Reserve. They're fully around. I guess yeah because they have enough money and influence to kind of like make the markets go up and down and like they can lose some money for the greater for their own greater good because they have like infinite supply. Jp Morgan owned like all the electricity in the United States. There's was David Rockefeller Yourself. This is this that was specifically. Yeah David Rockefeller was the grandson but like the Rockefeller family. So I think this was a junior at this point And then we'll get into this other guy. Okay so now you have. Now is one thousand nine eight. And they're like hey like maybe we should do like a feasibility study about whether or not Federal Reserve Having like a central bank as a good idea guy so who is leading that. A guy named Nelson Albrecht He. He came up with this commission to study to see like. Hey what a central bank be. A good idea. Republican senator at the time..

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Whats behind Jeff Bezos $10 billion climate plan?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:28 min | 4 months ago

Whats behind Jeff Bezos $10 billion climate plan?

"Jeff as pledges ten billion dollars toward climate solutions. We have questions from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying digital economy. I'm Ali would. We don't have many details yet on the basis Earth Fund the ten billion dollars that Jeff Bezos pledged last week to address climate change but it is by far the largest philanthropic commitment that isn't from government and other investors in climate tech and solutions will tell you that while we need. Climate policies will and unity. We also need a whole lot of money. Jayco is managing director of the private equity firm. The Light Smith Group which focuses on adaptation technology and. I asked him where this ten billion dollars fits in the landscape of climate investment. Yeah so ten. Billion IS A big number. How you apply. Ten billion can dramatically change the scale capital. That actually is moved As a result. So there's a few initiatives like the Rockefeller Foundation's and Macarthur Foundation's focus on something. Catalytic capital where small amounts of concessional investment or even grant funding Can reduce the potential or perceived risk for commercial investors and encourage them in much larger scale to come in two different new investment strategies. They're this announcement was met with a lot of skepticism. And a lot of you know sort of Monday morning quarterbacking other things that Jeff bezos could do or should be doing. Do you think that's fair? I'm an all of kind of guy and so I think right now. If you really take the climate change problem seriously and I think we all should we face an enormous and potentially existential challenge to The way that life Operates here so I applaud this commitment and the scale of it is something is designed to signal that kind of seriousness. Would I think would be great? Would be to use it not simply just to double down on everything that we have now but to be thoughtful about how could mobilize even more funding. How could actually support targeted kinds of innovation? How could actually particularly support? I think The disadvantaged populations in developing countries out to. They're really going to be to the chin. Here I WANNA ask you about priority setting. What I'm curious about is whether this amount of money by it's sort of Sheer Hampton weight has the potential to create almost like a Softbank Effects. And so what? If as I said I'm going to use this fund for cricket meal would then a bunch of other things get neglected and cricket meal would take off if I could wave a magic one with ten billion? I would say that it should be done over a number of different years and then you should pick a variety of strategies where maybe half of it you double down on everything. That's working best right now just accelerated and then I would take a bunch of it and try to think about exactly what you're talking about. Which are are there one or two really important? Longshot ideas or longshot areas or areas of really important focus where this could have a dramatically important effect. Jayco is managing director of the Private Equity Investment Firm. The Light Smith Group BEZOS and Amazon. Haven't given any more information about how the Earth Fund will work but Bazo said on Instagram. That he expects to start making donations this

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Iconic Rockefeller Center Gets Major Makeover in New Proposal

John Batchelor

00:26 sec | 6 months ago

Iconic Rockefeller Center Gets Major Makeover in New Proposal

"A major renovation of Rockefeller Center could be in the works after re design proposals file with officials to see something different it's been like this for a while you should bring back all New York City I don't think the changes would be an improvement it would just be a change I think that's fresh I like that the plans closely resemble the plaza's original look as the architects proposal included images from nineteen thirty four a major component would be overhauling the sunken area

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Adolph Coors: My Journey to Salvation

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

10:20 min | 6 months ago

Adolph Coors: My Journey to Salvation

"Today's guest is Adolph Coors the fourth his column ad and he's going to share with us what it's it's like to grow up in the family that founded the coors brewing company right here in Golden. Colorado this is one of our top programs have twenty nineteen in so we wanted career at here at the start of twenty twenty for those of you who may have missed it or want to hear it again. It is a fascinating tale of wealth privilege and even tragedy and the lessons that ad learned along. The way are very thought provoking. I would agree Jim. And it's really interesting to note that he walked away from the family business altogether other eventually here now. Add Coors at a Washington county prayer breakfast in Pennsylvania on focus on the family. Thank you ladies gentlemen very very much for being here on this beautiful Saturday morning. One very foggy night. The captain of a large ship saw what appear to be another ships lights approaching in the distance. The two were on a course that would mean a certain head on collision so quickly. The captain signaled to approaching vessel. Change your course ten degrees west. The reply came blinking back for the thickening fog that evening. You Change Your course ten degrees east. The captain became insulted. Pulled rank as angrily sent a message back. I'm a sea captain with thirty thirty five years of experience. Change your course. Ten degrees west well out hesitation ladies and gentlemen to signal flashback wreck. I'm a seaman fourth class. You Change Course. Ten degrees east the captain now becoming enraged I just realized that the too rapidly approaching one another would certainly a crash in a few short minutes so ladies and gentlemen. He sent his his final warning that foggy night. This is now you listen here. I'm a fifty thousand ton freighter. Change your course ten degrees west now my friends. A simple message came blinking back that foggy. Good evening I'm a lighthouse. I'm a lighthouse else. Change Your course now ladies and gentlemen like that see captain in this true story we as human beings need to change course when we are confronted confronted with the Truth and twenty three years ago. Now I was one evening confronted with an incredible truth as I learned about the awesome love. The God of this universe has for you and me his creation. Now grant me the privilege. Editors indeed a privilege for me to be here this morning. Grant me the probe's of taking you on a spiritual journey a journey that forever changed the course of my life for those of you who may not know the Adolph Coors Company located in Golden Colorado has today grown into one of the largest argest breweries and the entire world. My great-grandfather Adolf Herman Joseph Coors the founder of our brewery. Doc lost both parents when he was fifteen. He was trained in his native Germany to be a brewer in an eighteen. Sixty eight with with just seven cents to his name with a dream in his heart one day Paul stowed away aboard board a steamer headed for America and he landed in Baltimore and to make a long story short several several years later in a small mining town of Golden Colorado along with a business partner they formed what is then what was was then known. As the shooter Coors Brewing Company. It began to sell their beer to the miners working in the mining camps. Above this small town the brewery began to grow rapidly seven years. After they began their fledgling little company on May first eighteen eighty. My great grandfather bought his business partner out and formed. What is now known? All over the world is the coors brewing company. But in nineteen fourteen prohibition hit the State of Colorado prohibition became a National Law and in nineteen twenty nine. The depression hit America and my great grandfather saw his fledgeling. Little Brewery began to slip through his fingers and shortly thereafter. He took his own life. Why do I mention that because my great grandfather made a serious mistake that many people are making today and that is identify who they are in what they do? We need not identify who we are and what we do do because what we do can change. What do we need to do is we need a dentist who we are and what we are in here? We're not what we do. And September of Nineteen forty-five I was born into this family. A family man. I actually just a family much like yours. A family with grant hopes and a family with aspiring dreams. I believe he's Jomon growing up in this family. It was not long before I realized at how I was going to be judged now I was gonna fit into. This is marvellous family and looking around my family Paul. I realized I was going to fit in. Based upon. Three criterion number one education is premier importance in our family. My family places a premium on getting the best education you can hopefully. Hopefully it will be a chemical engineering degree. They also place a high emphasis on athletic ability. I come I'm from a family of unbelievable athletes. My father played semi pro baseball. He was one of the pioneer developers of skiing being in the state of Colorado. He formed the Aspen Skiing Corporation back in the late forties early fifties and then physical appearance is extremely important in our family. These were the three criterion upon how I was going to be judged and it's tough growing up in a family when you are are judged upon performance. I love you if I love you. If you get good grades I love you. If you look good I love you. If you perform perform well on the athletic field every Saturday and Sunday you know of all the things that I learned as a young child growing up in this family the one thing I wish they would have taught me was this. What good is it going to be? If you gain the whole world but in a process of gaining the world you end up losing your soul or what can we give in exchange for our souls. I wish somebody had taught me as a young on boy. I wish they would have said this off. If you live for the next world you will gain this one in the deal but if you live strictly for this world you'll end up losing them. Both walking through a cemetery one day outside of the town of London England. I came across an interesting grave. Marker the grave marker. He said this she died for want of things. Turning to my right. Another grave. Marker presumably you that ever husband said this he died trying to give them to her she died for want of things and he died trying to give them. I'm to her I asked you. This is any rich person truly content. Henry Thoreau the great American poet. Once said a man is rich in proportion to the number of things he or she can afford to leave alone. How much money does it take for you and me to be happy? Just one more dollar just one more growing up in the family. I was in Namrd by successful businessmen and women and one day I came across a quote from John. D Rockefeller senior. That caught my attention. John D. Rockefeller senior just before he died said I have made billions but not one of these dollars brought me and he had snot one Henry Ford senior just before he died turned to a friend of is one day and he said I was happier when I was a mechanic and then Mr Vanderbilt cries out before his death he says the care of two two hundred million is enough to kill anyone. There's no pleasure in it now. Why were these obviously successful? Linda vigils able to admit there was something missing in their lives. Let me give you just a hand. My friends when we're born into this world we have a creator Creator in heaven who creates you and me. Batteries not

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Singer Darlene Love Slams 'Christmas in Rockefeller Center' Producers for Snubbing Her

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Singer Darlene Love Slams 'Christmas in Rockefeller Center' Producers for Snubbing Her

"Darlene love is not happy with N. B. saying calling it an insult and demanding some respect love called out the network in a Facebook post saying they always invite other artists to perform her Christmas classic baby please come home during the Rockefellers tree lighting ceremony but never seventy eight year old also said these younger artists can't even hit the notes properly so it makes no sense that they are invited so far there's been no comment from

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Meet the new 2019 Rockefeller Center Christmas tree

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

Meet the new 2019 Rockefeller Center Christmas tree

"Rockefeller Center the center of attention tonight much brighter thanks to the lighting of the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree a yearly tradition tent and once was there for all the whos in awe it's amazing what five miles of wire in fifty thousand lights will do for a seventy seven foot tall trees John Flynn from queens glad to of tough doubt this cold night no question about it we we we we were as we are sitting here braving the called for six hours and now the six hours are are worth it now Carol shoal to have this tree for sixty years in our yard in Orange County glad to share it with the world I'm glad everybody else she is such a beautiful tree perfect side to side this is beautiful all the way around so stop by and enjoy Carroll street lit up in on display till January seventh

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City firefighter union says NY's Rockefeller Center street closures 'misguided'

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 7 months ago

City firefighter union says NY's Rockefeller Center street closures 'misguided'

"Well today's the first day that streets surrounding Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall are closed to cars and open only to pedestrians according to the mayor's office about eight hundred thousand people filter through the area during the holiday season which is why the mayor and acted the street closures for pedestrian safety but not all city officials are in favor of the new rule the uniformed firefighters association called the move misguided they say it makes the city less safe while I'm TA president Andy Byford call the plan disappointing because it doesn't give priority to buses will chief of department of the NYPD Terrence Monahan says it will slow up traffic but they'll have more officers on the ground it gives us a lot more room for the pedestrians eat up the pedestrian congestion that that we see each and every year along along that Carter it's going to cost slowdown vehicle traffic in the area so what deploying traffic agents in and around to make sure to trafficking moves presses possible the forty ninth and fiftieth streets will be shut down from Monday through Thursday to PM to midnight Fridays from one PM to midnight and weekends from ten AM to midnight

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Holiday Car Ban Goes Into Effect At NY's Rockefeller Center

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

01:02 min | 7 months ago

Holiday Car Ban Goes Into Effect At NY's Rockefeller Center

"What's what's good good for for pedestrians pedestrians isn't isn't always always good good for for motorists motorists do do holiday holiday street street closings closings around around Rockefeller Rockefeller Center Center are are now now in effect after weeks of debate among so the officials unions and organisations just like that police officers put their kids in the middle of the street signaling to drivers that callers are no longer welcome on forty ninth and fiftieth streets around Rockefeller Center I'm happy for you can't any prior works at the stationery store mole skin will be good for business also little safer to have those cars going around with all that's going on and people getting have want to avoid that those walking around here almost immediately started taking advantage of their new found space city data shows the amount of cars that come through here is a fraction of the number of people on foot it's much safer when you could actually closed down without having to worry about vehicles that are going down the city council member Keith power says it'll be safer and more inviting we hope that it will be a long term solution the FDNY's largest Unionist raised some concerns worried the closures might make it harder to respond to emergencies around mid town or city hall spokesperson says the roads can be reopened if need be

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The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree has arrived

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 8 months ago

The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree has arrived

"The twelve country came in on a flat bed truck from the village of Florida in the Orange County New York it went up with the rain onlookers brave the cold weather to watch and cheer do not pro while it was a big critical of the seventy seven foot tall Norway spruce is to sprint straight it's getting it's not full enough for ten year old grandson Travis was more understanding of the journey the tree had to make to get to Rockefeller Center just came off the big track so I think after it's all done it and after a week goes by a look of beautiful within fifty thousand multi colored LEDs will decorate the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree Julie Walker New York

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"rockefeller" Discussed on Con Artists

Con Artists

02:28 min | 9 months ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on Con Artists

"Due to the graphic nature of this episode listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of murder and abuse that some listeners may find offensive The advise extreme caution to listeners under thirteen July twenty seventh two thousand eight was a warm windy affable forty-seven-year-old Clark Rockefeller strolled with his seven year old daughter smokes ignoring the signs of a coming storm despite his happy demeanor and impressive Sonny Clark was in a world of trouble a few months earlier his ex wife had trounced contentious divorce now she had full custody of snakes while Clark was reduced to just three supervised visits a year reminding him of this bitter fact accord ordered social worker Howard Yaffe ambled behind them watching their every move but no it wasn't observing his charges closely enough in the next moment Clark turned onto a side street where an suv was idly as they approached the car he distracted Howard then shoved him hard onto the curb then Clark jumped into the cold with his daughter and spent off Howard was dazed but uninjured he grabbed for his phone and mmediately Donald Snook his mother Sandra boss she rushed to the scene where a crowd of police officers gathered in a panic she told the cops that they would never find her ex-husband when the offices offs to why not Sandra lamented because he's not he says he is Clark Rockefeller Demand Sandra thought she knew once even loved was an imposter he eh was Christian Gerhardt's writer a manipulative criminal who'd spent his entire life shifting between a series of fake identities and Sandra was certain now that he had their daughter he was about to disappear forever..

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"rockefeller" Discussed on Van Lathan's The Red Pill

Van Lathan's The Red Pill

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on Van Lathan's The Red Pill

"Yolk. He never signed a deal, but he kept the chain. Yes. What you're trying to. Yeah. He wants back. So here's the deal social media. We have to find noise Rockefeller chain. Whereas noise Rockefeller Rockefeller uses one of the clips, the whole internet say John is here with me tracks as we got some Mon in the building that in Austin, we have to find no Oris Rockefeller chain. Yeah. And then after we find the chain is what we're gonna do. We have to find the chain nor the homie. What's up salutes chain after we find a chain? We're gonna come back to the red pill podcast. We're gonna put the chain right here and MIR Saint John going battle for that old deal. We going battle for the chain pre written. What are we doing? Just don't worry about it. From the blackout. Hey, saying like we're going to battle for the fucking chain. Man. I'm gonna do we're going to battle for the Rockefeller battle for the chain. I can put my rapper. So you have to come up with original shit. I might do the third verse from allure. Listen Nori, we need that chain brother. Let me tell you something. You're on your way, man, feel like I wanna make sure that you know, that especially in today's day and age on the series. No. Being somebody is a lot of responsibility. Okay. And. People are gonna look to you not just from using but for inspiration. They're gonna look to you for answers, and claw. You stay true to yourself, man. You'll be straight. The last thing I'm gonna tell you is go delete your old tweets, the while should that you I'm not I'm being I'm being real the while she that you said when you seventeen they're gonna go get that shit last night. I tweeted I'm in LA. Any stripper has five seven.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on Omnibus

"I have, I think when I was a young guy and like a an active global tourist, I was always intimidated by going to places where I would. I would really stand out like being a racial majority. Let's put it that way. I've definitely liked. I try to blend in as a traveler and it's folly, right? I mean, it's precisely the more interesting place you go, the less you're going to blend in, but I was, you know, partly I think because I'm naturally an introvert, I don't like being the center of attention of strangers and stranger energy to stand in the middle of public square and have everyone staring and pointing at me was always uncomfortable. As I got older, I realized, oh no, that's just in the nature of traveling, and that's what you do. But but inhibited me at first from going to a place like NEW GUINEA and it just hasn't. Come up since then. It is nice to have the high school realization that really nobody's putting it you that much because they don't actually care that much. No one. If they're mildly interested in head is a big bearded white guy here for a change that that that'll wear off soon. But there are more extroverted cultures than others, right? Some places it is not in the nature of the culture, two point and stare. Sure. And other cultures, it really is, you know, it's in my experience. The most exaggerated version of this was in Romania, which is a Latin culture. They're very, very interested in outsiders and will mob you if you're a stranger in the village. Whereas Bulgaria, right across this river, the Danube is a south shout out to the Danube is a Slavic culture where they would never display any interest in you like you walk right into the middle of a wedding, and everyone would just turn their backs on you, and that's what you want your love at heart. I wanna lean up against. The wall and watch rather than be like in the center dancing with the broad, you want the world to be your own private, Bulgaria. But Michael Rockefeller was not like me. He liked VN on display. He he, he must have. He was an extremely Caucasian Ceylon of one of the wealthiest families in America. Which family was that. A little family nude of called the Rockefellers Iraq Rockefellers. He was descendant of John d. Rockefeller at at one time, perhaps the richest man in the world. Yeah, America's first billionaire rights. And I think let's see when a billion dollars really meant them and when you could buy something with it and he was Nelson, Rockefeller son, which make him what John D Rockefeller is rate grand. Great grandson, right and Nelson. Rockefeller at the time, an incredibly prominent American. The governor of we're talking about now starting in the late fifties. When Michael Rockefeller was graduated from college, his father was governor of the state of New York and ran for president multiple times throughout the nineteen sixties ran in sixty sixty four sixty eight and eventually became the vice president of the United States under Gerald Ford and for a while. The last gasp of that thing where somebody with the right industrial last name. It was just assumed that they would amass political power as well. There was kind of a gap before our current era in which it would seem odd for a captain of industry to well. Sure. There are no like sons of millionaires or captains of industry or just basically celebrities, white celebrities who think that that entitles them to political power. Now, I guess the bushes were petro bazillionaire family..

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"rockefeller" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

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02:12 min | 2 years ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"And was told that because he knew pfizer plant was moving in next door that the city wanted to do development to supposedly complimented this pfizer facility and if she didn't sell eminent domain was going to be used against her and her neighbors to clear them out to make way for these development projects because the city wanted more tax revenue and increased economic development that's a that's exactly the opposite of what eminent domain was designed to be used for of course which is authorized under the constitution only for public use so here's the amazing thing i used to work at radio city music hall i would drive up to thirty rock and there are two buildings and they are both part of thirty rockefeller center there are two buildings that do not fit the art deco architecture even rockefeller who was building in when nobody else was building providing all kinds of jobs all kinds of taxes for i don't even remember what it is twelve city blocks he had to buy every single piece of property those two those two buildings that are now part of thirty rock were left there because those were the two people that said i'm not selling he like even he couldn't use eminent domain like this what's happened to us well it it it happened over the course of many decades where i this is what usually happens is where exception start being made to the constitution and words start being changed and so public use was pretty clear it meant for true public projects like a road or bridge or things that were used all by the public a railroad or a public utility where everybody had right to to use the hospital one hospital that sort of thing with it but then government started to wanting to do these what was that in the fifties and sixties called urban renewal projects so they said well would amount to taking land from one private owner and handing it over to another private owner.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

"In general rockefeller said the foundation was quote to promote the wellbeing of mankind throughout the world the foundation expanded the work of the sanitary commission to worldwide helping in six continents and fifty two countries it received international recognition for its work in public health and environmental sanitation for its work in hook worm malaria and yellow fever and teaching basic techniques to treat diseases the foundation also built the world's first school of hygiene and public health at john hopkins university and spent twenty five million dollars developing public health schools in the us and twenty one other countries and the foundation wasn't just working in health and medicine the foundation worked in agriculture and helped mexico with the green revolution which advanced food production around the world despite losing his oil company rockefellers fortune continue to grow by 1912 his fortune peaked at nine hundred million dollars or around three hundred thirty six billion dollars by today's standards that's insane yeah yet he didn't keep much of it rockefeller continued to donate enormous sums of money to various charities and foundations ought to mention universities like yale and harvard and dozens of churches he even left generous offerings in church boxes sometimes thousands of dollars but as the years went on both he and his wife's health waned laura especially wasn't doing very well sadly his wife laura passed away in 1915 she become bedridden and eventually died of a heart attack she was 75 and rockefeller was seventy six he was heartbroken in her honour he founded the laura spelman rockefeller memorial in 1918 the next twenty years proved hard for rockefeller yet he was determined to die at one hundred then on may 23rd.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

"In person and and business this rage wasn't just business it was personal when ida was a little girl her father franklin s tara bell had his own oil company she grew up in titusville before her father was ruined by standard oil and rockefeller since then she had held a grudge against rockefeller her expose which delved into the history of standard and rockefeller was meant to destroy him rockefeller took little interest in her or her story than simply refer to her as tara barrel yet what rockefeller didn't realize was just how impactful ida's article was even caught the attention of the recently elected president theodore roosevelt who was interested in trust busting and regulating big business and i had a story gave him the ammunition he needed to take down standard by 19 oh seven trust buster teddy roosevelt and the justice department put together a case against standard oil new jersey and by 19 on nine the case of standard oil new jersey versus the united states had begun thanks to ida's report along with investigations into standards practices from years ago the supreme court ruled that once again standard was in violation of the sherman act through unduly trade or trade that led to monopolistic consequences the government had the right to break up standard oil it was a landmark win for antitrust law soap in nineteen '09 standard oil dissolved again and like clockwork rockefeller work to secretly bring the pieces back together meanwhile the government caught on to standards plot to reconstitute itself and was once again shut down this time the government made sure standard couldn't bring itself back together and separated it into thirtyfour companies these companies included chevron exxon bp and conaco phillips you'd think at rockefeller would have been devastated by actually made even more money off the dissolution as.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

"As hair from allah p shot he needed to wear to pay for the rest of his life to hide his lack of body hair he even went as far as to have varying lengths of wiggs two full people into thinking he still had hair that same year rockefeller finally retired from standard oil exhausted he then decided to devote his time to his second passion philanthropy inspired by the charities of andrew carnegie rockefeller put more money into his philanthropic endeavors the newest of which was establishing the rockefeller medical institute later named rockefeller university perhaps partially influenced by his own health issues rockefeller put up money to establish a medical school devoted to disease prevention especially yellow fever the school was a complete success later working on african sleeping sickness the flu and infantile paralysis and as rockefeller continued to give money to fund rockefeller university he also set up the general education board in 1982 rockefeller and laura both felt strongly about education despite both having a limited one by today's standards rockefeller established the g e b to promote education within the us the primary focus was to give education to everyone without the distinction of race sex or creed in the south g e b helped establish schools for black children they also helped establish 4h clubs and youth organisations from the time of its establishment to 19th 65 the g e be distributed over three hundred twenty five million dollars thanks to the rockefellers while it seemed rockefeller was doing god's work when his charities and schools he was still subject to scrutiny the same year he established the general education board muckraking pioneer i'd atar bell began a scathing expose on the history of standard oil from ninety two to nineteen 04 ida denounced rockefeller.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Here's lost most of their pricing leverage refineries and traders who didn't have fixed low prices were unable to compete with standard oil this drew anger from other companies trying to stay afloat things finally came to a head on february twenty six the 1872 when the new shipping rates approved by standard and the south improvement company were posted in oil creek pennsylvania the rates had nearly doubled for everyone everyone except standard oil this caused massive riots across the muddy oiltown's in pennsylvania thousands marched on the titusville opera house and shouted hate slogans against standard oil and the pennsylvania railroad standard oil signs were defaced and destroyed these riots became known as the oil wars of 1872 the troubled didn't end at rioting newspapers printed a blacklist of refineries every morning on the front page standard oil was always at the top papers also posted pictures of rockefeller and his connection with standard oil soon he became the center of attention and the main cause of everything wrong it was the first time rockefeller had never been mentioned in a newspaper it wasn't flattering to say the least it didn't take long for death threats to fly at rockefeller and his family rockefeller was scared for his children especially bessie was six years old and alter was only one fearing further their safety he hired his own security force to escort him and his family anywhere they went even slept with a revolver under his pillow in case of trouble lucky for rockefeller by april of 1872 the south improvement company charter was revoked by the state of pennsylvania to all outward appearances it seemed as though standard oil and its allies had been routed rates were renegotiated to appease everyone the people were overjoyed once again they had a fair chance at the oil business or did day while everyone was so focused on the south improvement company and it's ridiculous rates standard oil had secretly begun its second wave of attack acquiring rival refineries lake being mongol armies in beating china standard beseeched its enemies to join them or be annihilated rockefeller personally visited opposing oil refineries and offered them a chance to be bought out by.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

"From the firm andrews followed rockefeller as his advisor sparing no time rockefeller quickly reorganized and refinance the refinery seizing the economic opportunities set up by reconstruction and westward expansion rockefeller invested heavily in oil and railroads he built up his refinery as best he could and by 1865 his new oil refinery was the biggest in cleveland ohio meanwhile his first child was born on august 23rd eighteen 66 elizabeth rockefeller nicknamed bessie rockefeller couldn't have been happier he and lara had always wanted children and here was their first sadly due to rockefellers job he had to travel back and forth between the refinery and his home in cleveland laura understood the importance of his work and gave her blessing for him to return to work later that year rockefellers little brother william rockefeller jr also got into the oil business he opened his own refinery and then joined forces with his big brother john they also brought on veteran businessman and fellow commission merchant henry flagler to be a business partner with henry's help and expertise rockefeller opened up an export office in new york for their refineries this led to establishing rockefeller andrew and flagler oil company by the beginning of 18 sixty eight rockefeller and his partners had the largest oil refinery in the world life was good meanwhile rockefeller needed to find a new home for his growing family they had been living in a modest home and cleveland next to rockefellers mother but rockefeller felt the home couldn't support the large family like he in laura wanted so he moved his family to a bigger home on euclid avenue in cleveland in eighteen sixty eight this famous street was later known as millionaire's row due to the number of a fluent families that took up residence there and while the family got settled trouble brewed on.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

"As the war wore down the oil boom hit in the mid 1860s rockefeller took notice of the rapidly growing oil business he talked a maurice and convinced him to invest in their own refinery maurice brought his two brothers james and richard to help finance rockefeller also brought in chemists samuel andrews to help with drilling and perfecting their oil so in eighteen sixty three rockefeller and company opened the andrews clark and company oil company by eighteen 64 the war was over the union was made whole again and america began to slowly recover in the reconstruction era during this time rockefeller finally approached his sweetheart laura spelman for her hand in marriage she accepted the two were married on september eight eighteen 64 the eve before laura's birthday for the honeymoon the two toured niagara falls canada and new england were the woman who loved to end the new business to invest in rockefeller was about to change the face of american business and usher in a new kind of capitalism one that would shape the us for over one hundred years rockefeller opened his first oil refinery with his partners in eighteen 63 his firm was up against a sea of other desperate and driven refineries each vying to strike black gold the commission firm was already doing well making over four hundred thousand dollars if their oil business was also growing rockefeller felt more money could be made in this new an explosive market as partners however didn't feel the same way the court brothers felt they were stretching resources balancing the firm and the refinery they sought to sell the refinery off rockefeller desired to keep the refinery open along with his chemist andrew finely the partners agreed to auction off the refinery to the partner with the highest bid of course rockefeller one rockefeller borrowed seventy two thousand dollars or roughly one million dollars by today's standards to acquire the refinery the clark brothers gave rockefeller the refinery and rockefeller split.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Then in eighteen six a canadian geologist realized that oil from the ground could be refined much quicker and cheaper than animal byproducts so on august 27th 1859 colonel edwin l drake drilled the drake well the first commercially successful oil well the oil boom was on the horizon meanwhile rockefellers commission firm continue to grow by eighteen 61 they were making seventeen thousand dollars that's over four hundred fifty thousand dollars today of course around this time another big event happened that shook the very core of the union in february of 18 sixty one the civil war began the war drove prices up all across the board and the rockefellers firm enjoyed much prosperity because of it yet even with the large capital gains rockefeller kept to his doctrine rockefeller said quote gain all you can save all you can give all you can and quote rockefeller donated to several charities and churches he was also a strong early supporter to the newlyformed republican party and abraham lincoln like laura's father rockefeller supported the underground railroad and was an outspoken abolitionist he even gave money to a newly freed slave the man came to rockefeller asking for his help and freeing his wife who was still stuck in the south rockefeller was more than happy to pay for the man's wife's freedom and bring her north quite the charity indeed meanwhile thanks to the north's growing industry machines grew larger creating more and more materials for the war effort trains helped deliver necessary supplies in a timely manner steampowered engines began to supplant the horse and other outmoded means of transportation and at the center of this a growing demand for oil.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

"John d rockefeller head just gotten his first job as a bookkeeper for commission merchants hewitt entitle once again rockefellers focused and industrious nature drove him to excel within two years of being hired rockefeller was not only managing financial accounts but shipping manifests and railroad schedules for the company of course anything rockefeller made from his business he saw to it that he donated six to ten percent of it to charity if his pay was fifty cents a day he donated a nickel if it was a dollar he donated a dime yet bookkeeping soon seemed to bore the young entrepreneur he had greater ambitions this is where he developed his two goals in life first he would make a hundred thousand dollars second he lived to be one hundred years old after working for hewitt entitle for four years twenty year old rockefeller quit and decided to go into business for himself rockefeller decided to open up his own commission firm with an old college friend morris be clark a classmate of his from the mercantile college like you entitle rockefellers firm sold products in balkh for other companies and also ship goods by the end of their first year the company's net worth was four thousand dollars or roughly one hundred and six thousand dollars by today's standards quite an impressive first start meanwhile a major boom was about to happen in a micro town called titusville pennsylvania that same year rockefeller maurice opened up their new business the first commercially successful oil wells drilled in titusville up until this point the only way to get oil was through wailing and other animal byproducts the oil within the animals was converted to kerosene the main source of fuel for gas lighting and lanterns across the country noted thought about drilling into the earth for the black mark the lay beneath them.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

"If he did spend any time with his kids it was to teach them important hard lessons like how to cheat people or get a better deal of course in order to do this he often cheat in his own children out of money in reality he probably simply needed more money to keep up with his own insidious schemes so he just took it from his kids when people asked why he was so hard on his children he said i cheat my boys every chance i get and make some sharp in fact john d rockefeller later recalled one of these lessons saying his father told him to quote trade dishes for platters speaking of cheating william rockefeller was also a notorious lease as he travelled from town to town he not only will the ignorant populist but seduce young women as well then once business concluded in town he leaving one of mook wonder why elisa stuck within through six kids and excellent question but you have to understand elisa davidson was a pious woman of the house hi est caliber if william was the wild card of the house aliza was the stability a devout baptist she looked after her children with fierce determination and poise she made sure they were properly educated and wellbehaved she took the children to church every day to ensure they didn't pick up the poor habits of their father so on on does divorce him i'll keep in mind back in the day divorce was considered a scandal and a social faux pas a divorced woman was considered a tainted woman as farfetched and ignorant as it sounds and elisa was a woman of strong religious conviction in a time when religious leaders disapproved of divorce the rockefeller household was an interesting one with the data way it was up to young john to help keep track of his five other siblings there was his older sister lucy who's younger siblings william and mary and the twins franklin and francis john was very industrious even at a young age he worked hard to keep his house in order to help his mother.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

"John d rockefeller has been described as many things to some he is one of our nation's great treasures a philanthropist who gave away most of his fortune for the betterment of mankind yet to others he is a robber baron i gangster and hustler who used amoral business practices to build an omnipresent business empire and america's first monopoly he believed in a sort of capitalistic social darwinism where business was survival of the fittest and if you were to survive you had to be the biggest and the strongest for john d rockefeller competition was a cardinal sin it was because of john d rockefeller that we have many of our modern business practices and laws to ensure monopolies don't exist and big businesses are kept in check so what was john d rockefeller was he a ruthless business tycoon or humanitarian godsend or both perhaps we can answer that question in today's episode so let's dig into the life of john d rockefeller the story of john d rockefeller begins on july eighth eighteen thirty nine on a small farm in the town of rich for new york into yoga county here rockefeller was born into modest circumstances allows davidson settled down with local philanderer william avery rockefeller together the couple had six children yet william rarely stuck around help raise the kids william avery rockefeller was a con man and carpetbagger known as devil bill or big bill originally a lumber salesman william grew tired of his wooden life and decided to make some easy money he sold himself as a botanic physician travelling across the country to sell snake oil concoctions these were little more than poison yet in an age where no one could look up a yelp review most took the concoctions at face value con artists like william spun wild yarns about how their miracle elixir could cure all ailments the wildest in most common claim being that it cured all forms of cancers how awful why did william rockefeller one of pedal poison like that was the money really worth it maybe or maybe william rockefeller just really didn't want to be at home in fact he rarely returned to visit his family if he did it was merely to get a home cooked meal and be with his wife.

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"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"rockefeller" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Follow a wealthy lowered and a young widow as they team opt to solve a shocking murder in regency era london in the new mystery novel murder on black swan lane murder on blacks one lane by andrea penrose is on sale now everywhere books are sold and look for the second installment murder at half moon gate on march 27th for more information visit andrea penrose dot com the industrial revolution in age marked by the rapid growth of machines and power diligence like the name suggests it was the birth of modern industry of mechanized capitalism jobs longconsidered tedious were now expedited where scientific motivations and steel and steampowered contraptions led the way to newfound prosperity it was during this dawn of mechanically charged innovation that the american dream began to be realised if you had a will and a way you could write your own history from rags to silk pennies two dollars it was a time of economic alchemy and it was during this age that one man changed the game entirely from a modest life in ohio one man drove himself to do the impossible become the wealthiest man in the world yet how he got his wealth his methods of business on this made him quite the controversial figure some called him a genius others a tyrant this man his john d rockefeller hi i'm vanessa richardson and i'm carter roy today will be looking at one of america's richest men a man who was and still is the subject of much controversy john d rockefeller if you want to listen to any previous episodes of historical figures you can find them on apple podcast tune in google play stitcher spotify or your favorite podcast directory and if you like the show we'd really appreciate a fivestar revealed it seems simple but it helps us keep the show going you can also find us on facebook and instagram at par cast and on twitter at par cast network don't forget to subscribe because a new episode comes out every wednesday sell without further ado let's begin our journey into the life of john d rockefeller.

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