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Fresh update on "ronald reagan" discussed on Common Ground

Common Ground

00:41 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ronald reagan" discussed on Common Ground

"And but right away, he knew how many Tia Capital I mean, come on, now. You my pills in one way, man. What? What? Let me excuse me. 95% of trumping all the networks said that it's it's not both ways. Right? No, it is both ways 100%. But now I never will never agree with you that point that the Republicans are Jesus and the Democrats of our Satan. I will never believe that. That's not the truth. You know, the Democrats are helping people come over the border of the Catholic Church. How can you say the Republicans is Jesus on the other side is if you were just saying a minute ago, you can't go. One side or the other house for us, his violence up one off. There's a saying, my men once a communist, always a communist, the Chinese, they're pulling this crap. Everybody is aware of it. The lady out there by these houses in California, representing up B L am I mean she's developed Communist And they're wondering why everything's going to hell in a handbasket. Work. Um, why? Why do you think? Why do you think everything's going to hell in a hand basket because you have said that everybody said that. What do you want to think? It's not going to hell in a hand basket won't be going right for me. But life is still pretty similar. I mean, you know, not not too much has changed outside of it. If you take away the pandemic, life hasn't really changed. People's lives are very similar, hasn't changed, but Donald Trump in his rhetoric. Is causing all the violence in the United States. They were saying that for the last four years he was tried. You want between you don't now. Where's trump? That? Not with all this violence, scorn all over the country. Wait, wait, wait. Wait for all this trouble question. Wait, wait, Damn! Buy it. Will you be quiet? You're not letting me told me chance. Give me a chance to speak there. God, but, uh I'm Dean. You wanted me. You asked for my take on Donald Trump. And I want to give it you want to hear it? All right. All right, so in my opinion, the first being pattern, but it's basically the same age and the first president that both of us voted for Ronald Reagan. All right, and You know, And so, Yeah, I was I was I voted for Ronald Reagan. And I'll tell you the reason why, even though I'm a Democrat now Ronald Reagan wasn't about policy. He was He was a guy that brought people together. He didn't He didn't create divisiveness. Republicans like to say. Oh, you voted for buying Trump made, if you mean tweets, and I'm like a few mean tweets between it mean tweets every day you don't want. You don't want a president who's causing people to fight. I'd rather have you over for a beer, then the fight with you. Honestly, I'm not. I'm serious about that. I don't need a president causing us to fight. You know, Ronald Reagan didn't do that. Ronald Reagan told you know convinced everybody that Hey, you gotta not. You might not agree with my policy. But we're on the same page. Let's just talk about it and see, you know, maybe try it. You know, like I'll give an example when, when, when? When they started talking about trickle down economics. I was a business major in college, and we started talking about it. I liked Ronald Reagan and I liked what he stood for. But I wasn't I was I was skeptical of trickle down economics, and I still am, you know, and but we would discuss it. We had to discuss him. We didn't fight over it. It was it was. It was policy that people discuss. Could this be right Could be wrong. Maybe we should do this. Maybe we should do that. Let's give it a try would happen. Donald Trump didn't do that. He created people. They made people fight. He called people names He called Piggy, You know, so even if his policies were good, I don't care if his policies were right. Has nothing to do with it. If you haven't let me ask show, can I get your point there, guy? What if you're a president, United States and 95% of the media coverage is against you. He would make you a little bit upset about things. What did not present the United States. You gotta figure out how to bring the people together, not divide them, and that's what Trump did. And that's what that That's what I don't. That's what I object to this 20 Republicans that I don't object Do you know? Because they're not like that Trump provided people. Hey, look. Ah, lot of my friends and me but had thoughts like a Maybe a businessman would be really good for as President, United States. Maybe that's what we need a businessman as President Seo. To turn things around. It turns out in my opinion, others just my opinion. It turns out that screw that I want somebody that's going to make people feel good about being American and feel go shopping together, not create somebody's just gonna make the United States better. Yeah, I'm just gonna make things better. And that starts with me and you not fighting. It starts with me and you wanted to go have a beer together. Not fighting over. Yeah, democratic rhetoric. We're allowed to expand on these different issues, something that's the market just got word from that $95 negatives like this gun that they want a guy got to play with one against him. What they want. They were against him from from that one. That may be true. But, Billy, I pray we appreciate your call. We're going because we have only a few more minutes left to trade it back. Thank you. So much was good. That was a good dialogue. We go to Boulder City, Mike. Uh, just now getting your radio station I'm gonna watch it. Never Excuse me. Listen to it. Is there something wrong? This man? I'm 70 year old. I have never seen the country. I lived through the sixties as a teenager. With the Vietnam in the Black right, Celeste up, then what's happening to American now? Are you kidding me? With wide open doors with pandemic China religion, A pandemic on the world and the United States was this totally destroyed. Every nation round. We have blacks isn't black Buddy City down after they looted and this guy say was pretty much normal, just nuts. Well, you know, it's it's you know, it's thinking like that, because most black people aren't doing that. So you're just you're do you think all black people are doing that? This is not true that Zach is inundated by 99%. She was sold to that. I mean, they have jobs and they support their families. And then they just want to live normal lives. And you know the news. The media on both. You don't have normalized by looting stores, and it burned to the ground. Are you in there, but just races. If you think it's all black people, that's racist itself. When it isn't you have the rest. Coast agitators. You have always the idiot Marxist college graduates going in and tell them what to do, and they're going and they have been toughing years. The hate America they've been in the schools. Who hate themselves hate each other. And, most importantly, hate America stayed in teaching around 16 life. Well, thanks for the call. We appreciate it. You know, we got Christopher on hold. Hey, Chris. How you doing? Welcome to the show. Happening, guys. May doing today and listening to the insanity. Um All I could say about from Love him or hate him. Whatever I get it, I voted for him twice. But actions speak louder than words. I'm a trucker. I've driven cross country. I had never seen gas and a dollar 89 or whatever was so I mean, just people going to work. When you drive through Kansas, Missouri places that we fly over. We just go through. Don't think twice right? There's people that lived there and they have livelihood stay in homes. They have mortgages. And They're doing very well. And then these people who are working in the oil fields whatever. What do you like? What do you say to those people? They're human beings, And now they have the work where they're gonna go where they're gonna work. You know, the economy's in the common economy is going in an upward direction. You know, so I don't see a big change. There wasn't really a big change from Obama Toe Trump. You don't know if things were heading it proving you're heading already. 93 50 gaps Why we were wanting on the other countries now, nothing down. Gas is going up and down for years. I mean, you know, we've we've seen rising falling gas. I mean, really gas, You'd probably be a dollar a gallon with the amount of oil there is. And, you know, old pack controls. OPEC's always controlled with the price of guises. And now you have been controlling. You know, there's a cold get from how much does it cost to get gas out of the ground? Even in the United States?.

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Republicans Work to Rebrand GOP as Party of Working Class

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:04 min | 4 d ago

Republicans Work to Rebrand GOP as Party of Working Class

"Donald trump brought more working class voters into the republican party than any other president since ronald reagan now. Republicans are trying to figure out how to keep them. The working class vote will be crucial in next year's midterms. Here's npr congressional correspondent. Susan davis in the last decade. The biggest growth in the republican coalition has been white voters without a college degree along with some growth with similarly educated black and hispanic voters. that's why republicans. Like indiana congressman. Jim banks believe the only winning path forward for the gop is to fully reimagined itself as the party of the working class and if republicans want to be successful as a party when the majority in twenty twenty two win back the white house and twenty twenty four. I think we have to learn lessons that donald trump taught us now to appeal to these voters. Banks is the chairman of the republican study committee but conservative faction in the house. long rooted. in small government low taxes and social conservatism. He recently sent a six page memo to house. Minority leader kevin mccarthy making the case that republicans need to refocus their agenda. Almost entirely on working class appeals for banks. This means tougher immigration laws cracking down on china big tech and perhaps most provocatively for republicans corporate america for too long the republican party said into the narratives that republican party was party of business or the party of wall street. Republicans are increasingly comfortable attacking corporations these days. That's a lot easier for them. After wall street donors gave more to joe biden. Major companies halted political donations to republicans who objected to electoral college results on january six and is companies take more liberal positions on controversial issues like georgia's new voting law senate minority leader mitch. Mcconnell last week issued a rare verbal rebuke of companies that oppose the law. Warning if you will to corporate america's to stay out of politics. It's not what you're designed for.

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Fresh update on "ronald reagan" discussed on Radiolab

Radiolab

00:43 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ronald reagan" discussed on Radiolab

"You think of your grandmother taking care of you when you're sick. You think of chicken soup and tucked in it, but in bed, so I ended up talking to Mike Smith. My name is Mike Smith. I'm the co founder of the AIDS quote. He was there from the beginning, and he told me that when the coat first started It also came from an angry place. If you back up to its inception, many of the earliest panels were made out of anger and desperation. I'll be the best known of the angry ones is literally white vinyl with red oil, pinks and the red kind of ran down in drips. Not in the bottom, he says. Ronald Reagan, his blood is on your hands. But then, about four weeks before the display. We've had some coverage in the New Yorker and a few other, Mike says Right before the display in 1987. They had been putting out newsletters and doing all kinds of press. We'd said If you get us a panel by by September 15th. We would get it into the event on the mall a month later. And on the three days around September 15 we have 800 pieces of overnight now. Oh, wow from every state And they weren't from the game and in the urban course they were from others. There was all these like Midwestern ladies. Whose son cited AIDS, and they had no one to talk about it with. They couldn't really talk about it may be with their families couldn't even tell their church group with their son had died of First of all, how much? How isolated and desolate do you have to be to create a beautiful loving fabric memorial for your son and then box it up and send it to a bunch of gay men? You don't know? 3000 miles away. But we tapped into this nationwide sense of grief. And that's when the panels he was saying started to get really, really beautiful bomber jackets and high school track medals and things that mom put on that. Really tell the story of the person and it changed everything by the time we got the cold out there on the mall. This wasn't a protest banner. It was Literally All of America saying, Wake up, our sons are dying. Oh, you know, when it came to.

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"ronald reagan" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

03:53 min | 2 weeks ago

"ronald reagan" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Them. The president of the united states. Needless to say not only did hinckley fail to murder president. Reagan but his actions also did not win him. Jodie foster's heart. The jury took his bazaar motive into account and in june of nineteen eighty. Two hinckley was found. Not guilty by reason of insanity. The verdict was a shock to many at the time who expected him to have the book thrown at him but his defense had successfully argued that hinckley suffered from narcissistic personality disorder and he was committed to saint elizabeth's hospital for psychiatric care and though president reagan went on to have a happy and healthy two terms in office hinckley's assassination attempt had far reaching effects. The injuries white house press secretary. James brady sustained due to the shooting. Tragically left him with brain damage and wheelchair bound for the rest of his life because of what he went through. He advocated for stronger. Control in nineteen ninety-three. The brady bill was passed. Which enforced background checks and waiting periods for gun sales when brady died on august fourth. Two thousand fourteen. His death was ruled a homicide caused by the injuries. Hinckley inflicted and yet murder charges against hinckley were not pursued partly as a result of hinckley's previous not guilty by reason of insanity plea and by the late nineteen ninety s his legal team posited that he was no longer a threat or mentally. Ill and the hospital eased their restrictions after testing him out with a few years of supervised day trips and visits to his parents. Saint elizabeth's hospital granted sixty one year. Old heavily a conditional release in two thousand sixteen he settled in williamsburg virginia with his older brother and their mother. He got into the business of selling used books and antiques. Although without revealing his identity his social worker described him as a continuing success story. Ronald reagan didn't live to see hinckley become a free man. He passed away in two thousand four however he probably wouldn't have been angry to see hinckley walk. Free in nineteen ninety. Reagan appeared on larry. king live. king asked reagan. If you were angry at headingley the president replied that once. He learned about hinckley's issues with mental illness. He forgave his attacker. Reagan said if i wanted healing for myself then maybe he should have some healing for himself. Thanks for listening to today in true. Crime i'm vanessa. Richardson for more stories. Like this one. Check out the spotify original from podcast crimes of passion today in true crime is a spotify original from you can find more episodes of today in true crime and all other spotify originals from podcast for free on spotify. We'll be back with a brand new episode tomorrow in true crime today in. True crime is as spotify. Original from podcast. It is executive produced by max cutler. Sound design by one boorda with production assistance by ron shapiro. Carleen madden and bruce. Kovic this episode of today and true crime was written by christine colby with writing assistance by terrel wells and alex. Benetton and fact. Checking by bennett. Logan i'm vanessa richardson..

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Fresh "Ronald Reagan" from Ken Broo

Ken Broo

00:31 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh "Ronald Reagan" from Ken Broo

"Reinvent you and anything you want to be and you can get now with a two on 700 wlw. News, traffic and Weather News Radio 700. W L JEALOUSIES. Cincinnati A peaceful protest turns violent last night in Minneapolis. This is the 12 O'clock report. 12 30 report. I'm Sandy Collins, breaking now. Nearly 100. People were detained overnight Friday in Brooklyn center, Minnesota after more civil unrest. Following the shooting of Dante right Baby sees Mark Millar reports from Minneapolis Hennepin County Sheriff David Hutchinson with a warning for those who plan to cause violence, stay peaceful. The people who are intent on causing harm. Gonna find yourself. We're here tonight, then back and then become the jail. This was after authorities say a peaceful demonstration turned violent with people hurling glass bottles at officers. A curfew was ordered in pepper cannons were used to disperse the crowd. Margaret Malard ABC NEWS Minneapolis. Tensions remain high there because of the Derrick Shobin trial as well. It goes to closing arguments on Monday. Businesses there in Minneapolis are boarding up. Even some schools are going to remote learning. Mid week to avoid having any Children in harm's way. Traffic and weather together. South bound 71 is down to one lane is your approach Montgomery Road? Stay to the right. They've got construction cones up north bound 75 is your approaching Ronald Reagan Highway.

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"ronald reagan" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:39 min | 2 weeks ago

"ronald reagan" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"I'ma daily listener and a subscriber of your podcast. And i appreciate the great work you do. My question is re in regards to the legacy of ronald reagan growing up in a conservative household. I have long heard that. Ronald reagan was the greatest president of the modern era but made his presidency so strong. What exactly is his legs legacy well. Congratulations you win. A signed copy of the mag doctrine ronald. Reagan is one of the greatest presidents in american history. Ronald reagan brought america from a dark place under the presidency of jimmy carter a one term presidency from nineteen seventy six nineteen eighty to a place of optimism. Hope and american renewal. Ronald reagan was born in tampico illinois. Spent a lot of time in eureka. Illinois was a democrat. Use an actor. He actually is an actor in a very famous film called bedtime for bonzo. He was hired to go speak in a tour like fashion. By general electric. He talked in manufacturing plants and tours across the country. When he started to do that he started to get a great love of america and he was asked to talk about. America's founding and free market principles so huge. Go on a whistle-stop tour. A train tour from one area to the rest and start to read these books and start to really grow in reverence for america and our history. Ronald reagan then became governor of california and he was always a movement conservative. He was more in the goldwater tradition and less in the rockerfeller or romney tradition. Not mitt romney. George romney his father and they're very similar ideologically. Ronald reagan tried to win the presidency by primary ing gerald ford in nineteen seventy six. I wanna say and he lost gerald ford. Who was the incumbent president who took over from the resigning richard. Nixon made rockerfeller his vice president. I believe and then lost in a reelection bid to jimmy carter southern democrat and then ronald reagan righted that wrong after awful economic conditions. You think interest rates are troublesome. Now when ronald reagan was running for the presidency eighteen percent interest rates eighteen percent he defeated jimmy carter interest rates. Went down the economy was reborn. But more than anything else. Ronald should be known for not just restoring the american spirit. Not just expanding. The republican party be a working persons party and democrats but he defeated soviet communism without ever firing shot. He defeated soviet communism because he framed it the logical debate. He said we in our country believe our rights. Come from god the russians and the soviet union does not. We are going to win..

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Fresh update on "ronald reagan" discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

00:48 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ronald reagan" discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"Pressure. I kind of go ahead. Think about it that says the same thing but in with with what kind of sounding words. Bs bs to my brother in the chat room grumpy now you'll respond. Don't worry anyway. Just be sovereign stopped pursuing recognition. Well again we're gonna we're gonna we're gonna get into that a little bit probably at the end of the show quite. Frankly um sway. The rundown is so. Let's get there so let's get the rest of this article will be in the show notes. Please read it. It's a good read it smacks of what we've been talking about for the last fifteen minutes or so i can't i just can't again. It's the same old same old but our next up Eight point five billion for his. Ihs in Joe biden's budget President's budget seeks more for schools healthcare and housing. Josh balk wrote this for the united the associated press and picked up by indian country. Today dot com. When i saw the guy's last name thought it said borax. I do films. Yes okay. i'm going to say wait. Wait oh you call yourself. American indian now. Okay okay i am. I do not understand your plate in life. Okay maybe i need a coffee. Yes join me. And there's a couple of what is that is very dock in there. Wow bore sasha cohen. The actor's name yes all right so the twenty twenty two funding requests includes a total of eight point five billion for the indian health service which is an increase of two point two billion according to ihs acting director elizabeth fowler. Who is comanche follower said. The request was developed In quote close partnership others. That were no i. Don't i understand the context. That's our father said. The request was developing close partnership with tribes tribal organizations urban indian organizations and other stakeholders quote importantly. The request also includes an advance appropriation request for the ihs for the first time. Father said in a statement quoting again. The budget also announced his plans to seek additional input from tribal leaders to evaluate options including mandatory funding to provide adequate stable and predictable funding for the for. Ihs in the future. Close quote. all right. Well i'll give them that because that is a challenge when we don't know what the allocations gonna be here after year after year or every couple of years. What whatever the the budget evaluation becomes right The request by the white house budget office for an eight point. Four percent increase in agency operating budgets spells out biden's top priorities as congress weighs at spending plans for the next year. It's the first financial outline of the democrats broader ambitious ambitions. Excuse me since the expiration of a twenty eleven law that capped congressional spending quote. I'm hoping it'll have some bipartisan support. Across the board biden said before an oval office meeting with his economic team though prominent senate republicans immediately complained that the plan would shortchanged the military and national security. Not shut up you know why are there even republicans in the room. Because they had to be part of the plan they have to be part of the okay anyway. god only do this frigging anyway quote. The president is focused on reversing this trend and reinvesting in the foundations of our strength through told reporters at a briefing. I'm sorry i skipped ahead here. A statement from gen Pa- sake the the press secretary At stake is quote discretionary spending close quote roughly one third of the huge federal budget that is passed by congress. Each year funding the military domestic a cabinet department operations foreign policy and homeland security. The rest of the budget involves so called mandatory programs with Locked in spending chiefly social security medicare and medicaid. The biden request provides a significantly smaller one point six percent increase for the seven hundred billion plus pentagon budget Then for domestic accounts homeland security accounts would basically be frozen reflecting opposition among democrat Progressives excuse me to immigration security forces immigration security forces. How do you define that brother. They shouldn't even be in the same same same breath. I mean are you. Are you somebody in chad or somebody else wants to write into us later. Or something Yeah i that's a very strange phrase to me reflecting opposition among democrat progressives to immigration security forces that you know that shouldn't even be immigration insecurity for us. It shouldn't even be in the same same breath in the same sentence talking about they talking about border patrol with the holy talking basically. That's what they're talking. Why the hell they just say that. That sounds like a completely separate division of military. That are going to go actually. It is for ice. Okay all right. That's what it's for. And i think this language is hold over from the last administration. God help immigration security forces. Some some of this could have been mitigated. Twenty thirty forty years ago if the us had kept its nose out of places. It didn't belong in. I'm going to say mr. reagan started this ball rolling. Did this massive immigration ball that we see before he started started rolling during iran-contra that's when it began before that we always had immigration migration migrant workers coming to win from you know other countries to work. Sometimes they go back home sometimes. They didn't the ones that didn't nobody had a problem with it because they continued to do the work. That americans didn't want to do so. Here comes ronald reagan with his cowboy mentality his cowboy hollywood mentality and he joined harley mr gray. Oh i'm sorry. I have to step in on that goes on. I never owned a horse. Thank god.

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Roger Mudd, longtime network TV newsman, dies at 93

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Roger Mudd, longtime network TV newsman, dies at 93

"A veteran network news anchor and correspondent has died Roger mode is dead CBS news reported died of complications of kidney failure at his home in suburban Washington DC much spent more than thirty years on network TV most of us air time log when there were just three major networks on the air well before people got their news from cable or the internet might be sued the Peabody Award for his November nineteen seventy nine special on teddy Kennedy which aired just before the Massachusetts senator challenge then president Carter for the nineteen eighty democratic presidential nomination during the interview might ask Kennedy simply why he wanted to be president Kennedy widely seen as marking the answer ended up losing the nomination to the incumbent Carter went on then to lose to Ronald Reagan Roger Mudd was ninety three I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Fresh update on "ronald reagan" discussed on Walton And Johnson

Walton And Johnson

00:31 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ronald reagan" discussed on Walton And Johnson

"Got a girl who's always late. Anytime we have a data, but I love her. Save the date April 28th. Pelosi has invited sleepy Jo Jose be den to address Congress, so it's not like a You know, it's not a state of the union but just sort of an address. He's been invited. Yeah, technically, that's how it works. That work. Yeah, biting on Tuesday, is slated to address a joint session of Congress on April 28th. Roughly 100 days after he took office, Pelosi invited biting to make the address in a letter released publicly, they're getting a little ambitious here. They want him to give a speech in front of people. Live in real time not, you know, wishful thinking. And then Biden is proposing an in person summit with Putin. There's no way with Putin and Kamala. You've got to assume she's gonna be There must be yeah. Huge development at the moment of soaring tensions on multiple US Russian fronts. And most especially the some tension after yeah. The Ukraine crisis. Solar winds hack President Biden in a Tuesday phone call with Vladimir Putin proposed that the too soon meet in person. For a summit and I'll bet Putin is eager to do it. Don't you know? Yeah. Well, war of which, here you think Putin can't handle Joe Biden, Putin just passed. What do they say? The guy can run again for president for the rest of his life. They changed all the rules so you can remain in office forever. Yeah, the rules or whatever he says they are. Damn. Imagine them. Is this old photo of Vladimir Putin with Ronald Reagan? Have you ever seen it? Probably. It's a very bizarre photo like pictures. Well back in the day. Putin wasn't the leader of The Soviet Union. He was part of the what do they call it over there? Not the Gestapo or nothing. Gestapo. Those Russian stuff there with Soviet secret police and there he is Undercover right there. In that crazy and this is Ronald Reagan and Putin is disguised in the photo like he is a tourist with a camera just hanging out, but actually, I never saw that before. Who's that little kid? Just some kid that was there. Some Russian kid. Where was Joe Biden? How come he wasn't sniffing upon that kid's neck? I don't know. But you know who was in Russia around the same time? Bernie Sanders. Oh, he loves him. Some Russia all them comics over there, burning each other up with a spoon. But at the time he was the mayor of Burlington, Vermont, and he went over there to have his honeymoon with his wife. Got naked, drink vodka in his underwear. It's all on video. Most people get naked on their honeymoon. Don't be dogging the boy for that. Yeah, but most people don't bring an entourage of people and then turn it into a communist field trip. He had his honeymoon in Soviet Russia brought an entourage of people so they could do AH, explore a communist nation came home gave an address on public access TV and Vermont. About how great things are in Russia. And then years later, he wanted to be the president and almost Woz. Yeah, When we tell you that the Communists have invaded the highest levels of the federal government, we're not. That's not like just a thing. We say it's not an exaggeration that really did take place. It's clear to me that the world needs our explanation on stuff because people are getting real confused about how Crap supposed to work. For example, baseball people are very confused about what's going on in Atlanta, or what's not going on in Atlanta, Georgia now because of major league baseball, I'm on I'll break it down for you and explain it. No, it's what I like to call a country country.

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Biden Expresses Support for Amazon Union Vote in Alabama: ‘Make Your Voice Heard’

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:44 min | Last month

Biden Expresses Support for Amazon Union Vote in Alabama: ‘Make Your Voice Heard’

"Never heard any full-throated support From from barack obama when it came to unions in recall that when democrats took the senate in two thousand eight one of the things that they had promised was a vote in a passage of card check which was basically simplified the process in which people could vote for a union that they could simply just put in a request and if enough members of a workplace put in a request for a union. You'd get a union. You wouldn't have an extended period of time which invariably house employers to deploy a in the case of amazon. Let's say just take for example In this Attempt to unionize in alabama twenty five million dollars and you talk the other day about some of the things they're doing. they literally got the city. Because union organizers can't talk to their fellow workers at the amazon facility whereas amazon can basically spend all day. Say hey today. Your job is just learning how bad unions are with these mythical. With these these mac. Captive audience meetings exactly and the in amazon. Actually got the city in bessemer alabama to change the timing telling us about this at the stop lights. So that unionized organizers could not go and actually help unionized or organized there. So there's a lot of things that the administration can do in terms of national labor relations board and whatnot and there's been some good moves by the biden administration that regard but one of the things that obama did was to use the bully pulpit and one of the things that he said that he appreciated about ronald reagan. Was that very thing. We just never saw him do it. Well joe biden doing now. Joe biden can do more. He could go down to alabama and actually like campaign for the union. But this is pretty. This is pretty important stuff. Because you know the union is going to use this clip and it's going to help yours joe biden. We're gonna play the full two minutes because it's actually pretty big deal. I've long said america wasn't built by wall street was built by the middle class and unions built the middle class. Unions put power in the hands of workers they level the playing field. They give you a stronger voice for your health. Your safety higher wages protection. Some racial discrimination sexual harassment unions lift up workers both union and nonunion and especially black and brown workers. I've made it clear. Made it clear when i was running. But my administration's policy would be to support unions organization organizing and the right to collectively bargain. I'm keeping that promise. You should all remember. The national labor relations act. Didn't just say the unions are allowed to exist. It said the union. we should encourage unions. So let me be really clear. It's not up to me to decide whether anyone join a union but let me be even more clear. It's not up to an employer. Decide that either. The choice to join a union is up to the workers. Full stop full. Stop today and over the next few days and weeks. Workers in alabama and all across america are voting on whether to organize a union in their workplace. This is vitally important. A vitally important choice. As america grapples with the deadly pandemic the economic crisis in the reckoning on race what it reveals the deep disparities still exist in our country and there should be no intimidation no coercion. No anti union propaganda. No supervisor no supervisors you confront employees about the union preferences. You know every worker should have a free and fair choice to join a union. The law guarantees that choice. And it's your right. Not that of employer at your right. No employer can take that right away so make your voice heard. God bless you all. May god protect workers and their families who are trying to figure out how to make it make it fairly thank

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JFK's Harvard sweater sold at auction for more than $85,000 at Boston-based RR Auction

WBZ Morning News

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

JFK's Harvard sweater sold at auction for more than $85,000 at Boston-based RR Auction

"You'd have to pay for a wool sweater these days. John F. Kennedy's Harvard University sweater selling at auction $85,000. Boston based R. R auction, said the Crimson wool cardigan featuring a large black bloc letter H. And a white buttons was one of several momentos from U. S presidents that were sold during a president's Day auction that ended on Thursday, A signed photograph of Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad. Sold for more than $135,000. How about this Ah Lottery ticket signed by George Washington. 26 grand and a hand written letter from Ronald Reagan to his estranged daughter sold for almost $24,000. 6 37 to Wall Street. Now look at

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George P. Shultz, secretary of state under Reagan, dead at 100

Mo'Kelly

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

George P. Shultz, secretary of state under Reagan, dead at 100

"In the measure. Former Secretary of state George Shultz has died. He was 100, the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, says he passed away yesterday, Schulz served as the nation's chief diplomat during the Reagan administration. As secretary of state for Ronald Reagan. He played a major role in shaping the administration's foreign policy. He also served as Richard Nixon, secretary of Treasury. Secretary of Labor and was director of Nixon's office of Management and Budget. Schultz was one of only two individuals to serve in four

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Reagan's longtime secretary of state George P. Shultz dies

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Reagan's longtime secretary of state George P. Shultz dies

"I'm Julie Walker president Ronald Reagan's longtime secretary of state George Shultz who spent most of the nineteen eighties trying to improve relations with the Soviet Union and forging a course for peace in the Middle East has died he was one hundred Schultz had been the oldest surviving former cabinet member of any administration he died Saturday at his home on the campus of Stanford University according to the Hoover Institution think tank where he was a distinguished fellow Schultz was labor secretary and treasury secretary under president Nixon before spending more than six years as Reagan's secretary of state Shilts negotiated the first ever treaty to reduce the size of the Soviet union's ground based nuclear arsenals the nineteen eighty seven accord was a historic attempt to begin to reverse the nuclear arms race I'm Julie Walker

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Biden oath second only to Reagan and Obama with TV viewers

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Biden oath second only to Reagan and Obama with TV viewers

"How did Joe Biden's inauguration compared to those of other presidents when it comes to ratings for inaugurations Joe by definition is a solid third over the past forty years the Nielsen company reports thirty three point eight million people watch bidens inauguration over seventeen TV networks last week that trails only two other inaugurations on record in this generation Ronald Reagan swearing in in nineteen eighty one to forty one point eight million viewers and Barack Obama's two thousand nine inauguration drew thirty seven point eight million that's good for second place in all time inauguration ratings in the modern TV era among those who fell short to Biden in the ratings game as someone to whom ratings are very important Nielsen reports that Biden's ratings exceeded the thirty point six million people who watched Donald Trump take office in twenty seventeen on Oscar wells Gabriel

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U.S. appeals court throws suit against Pence

AM 970 The Answer Programming

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

U.S. appeals court throws suit against Pence

"A federal appeals court has dismissed a lawsuit by representative Louie Gohmert of Texas and other Republicans. Sought to expand vice President Pence's legal authority to effectively overturn President elect Joe Biden's win. A three judge panel of the U. S Court of Appeals for the fifth Circuit affirmed the lower court judge's decision from Friday that the GOP planters lack the legal right to sue. The ruling was the latest setback for President Trump in his allies who've increasingly look two pence to challenge normal election protocols. He presides over the joint session of Congress on Wednesday. The three judge panel that issued the ruling Saturday comprise a Republican appointees, including two judges tap by former President Ronald Reagan and the Trump appointee Bernie Bennett

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Bob Glazer on the Importance of Putting Principles & Values Over Issues & Rules

Dose of Leadership

04:53 min | 4 months ago

Bob Glazer on the Importance of Putting Principles & Values Over Issues & Rules

"Bob man. I'm so excited that you here. Welcome dose of leadership. thanks richard. i'm glad i may work. Yeah me too crazy times elections over. Yeah kobe's is ramping up. Thank god thank. God believes that i think i think so too. I think there's I don't know for me. I think i lean more libertarian. And conservative and i'm not a fan of one of them wasn't but i i don't know i think it's kind of a best case scenario. Most where you if you get a republican senate and you got biden in now people can have to work for it right so i'm kind of happy for inert administration mark forces people to have to compromise this sort of approach of like up. It's our way time to punish in. You know you know get reprimands for reagan for. It's like no one knows who started it. We're going to do this because you did i. I mean there's gotta be some things that everyone can can agree on. And yeah i agree. I hope i hope that Over works out that people will just start to come together a little bit. I mean someone was telling me that like ronald reagan. Won forty nine states was reminding me of that and i was like i. I would never happen in my lifetime again. Forty nine states and he did and I don't know you know i. It is funny. How who else not funny. But i mean we've all talked about nauseam. How how the divisive everything is. But i think is particularly talking leadership you know the the obligations that we have you know. We were talking pre recording. That i encourage because i got a pretty diverse mastermind group with all political spectrums. Kind of reminds me when i looked back at my parents. They had this circle of friends and almost all of them have passed away but they were all newly married in the late fifties early sixties. I mean you had you know. Jfk democrats you had richard nixon republicans. You had catholics yet. Protestants yet Jews and they all twelve six couples and they did live together with my point. They always played bridge when cards. They would get together once a month but they did live together and they would argue about politics and kind of ribbing sort of way but they loved each other and that's what seems to be missing in all of this right. I don't know how we can get back to that kind of ideal like where my parents in their friends where they didn't talk. Politics didn't rule their lives and it seems like politics. Lose everything right. I mean funny. In that case politics was probably knocked the threat right it was. Oh these are good decent hard-working people who share sharon values. And and and you know. I just think we're moving from look. Leadership is a very values based thing rang moving from you know values to sort of just hard lines that can't can't be cross And and yeah it to me. It's just we're just ruining objectivity and it's insulting people's intelligence it's like black and black white isn't wait. I don't mean in the racial sense. I mean we all used agree like that's a circle. That's where and now like these things are. Just you know it's a it's if if one side looking at it it's not a square and if the other side looking at it circle and i to me like critical thinking like a really important skill and it's just it's degrading or i don't know where it's going critical thinking certainly has suffered and I don't know. And i think back if you know looking back to when my parents were newly married like said in that kind of jfk era. Yeah i mean the you you mentioned values and principles and i think that's what's missing. There is a shared value. You know even if you were democrat or republican red or blue or whatever. The there was a hierarchy. Now simple low. They precipitate low it. That's right that that is that is. That's what's worrisome to me and look at massachusetts right so we were one of those one the state. that didn't vote for ronald reagan. Wherever pretty blu ray. We've republican governor right now with a eighty five percent approval rating like. He's done a really good job on covid he's been out in front. Like people are judging him on his on his merits. And what he's done. And i think if you know if we were in the you know we we got hurt early on but you know. He's a conservative also worked in the health industry so he had interesting balance like if we were one of the worst states in the country i think people would be more upset right and again that to me is out rightful leadership issue. Not a political issue in this notion of how leadership in politics have gotten. Totally intertwined is fascinates. Me i. it's it's interesting

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Challenges Await Next Treasury Head

WSJ What's News

07:00 min | 5 months ago

Challenges Await Next Treasury Head

"Former federal reserve chair janet yellen has been at the forefront of us economic policy for decades. If she's confirmed as treasury secretary she'll be taking on a new role during a time of deep political division and significant economic challenges. Joining me now to talk more about yellen's career and the roadblocks she could face going forward his wall street journal senior writer john hills and wrath. Hi john thanks for being here her. They're great to be here. So john janet yellen if confirmed would make history here as the first woman to lead the treasury after also being the first woman to lead the federal reserve. Tell us more about her extensive resume and what's led up to this moment. I don't think that's the big history being made here. The big history is that she's the first human regardless of gender to be treasury secretary chairman of the council of economic advisers and federal reserve chairwoman. So she's had a tri factor. If you add in the fact that she's also a tenured professor from berkeley then. She's hit a grand slam. This is an achievement that no person regardless of gender has achieved and the realm of economic policy. Making you know. I compare her to george shultz the republican. Who served as secretary of state for ronald reagan and also treasury secretary secretary of labor and director of management budget under richard nixon. This is just a person with about as complete resumes. You can get so. Let's talk a little bit about her previous roles as opposed to what treasury secretary rigby much less political role than treasury secretary. What about her past experiences in washington have prepared her for that. And where might we see some challenges if for her taking on a more political role. The fed is a very close in academic place. They kind of pride themselves on not getting into the mix of political debates and being. I wouldn't even say bipartisan. But eighty partisan nonpartisan. Janet yellen did serve as the chair of the council of economic advisers in the clinton administration in the late nineteen ninety s so. She has had exposure to political debates with big personalities. It's interesting though. She's married to george echo off. Who is a nobel prize winning economist in his own right and when he won the nobel prize back in two thousand and one he wrote in his autobiography about the challenges that she faced kind of managing the point ical heat waves of washington the role. He played in supporting her so she's walking in to an environment right now. That is going to be very heated in very point ical. There's gonna be a lot of fights over how much spending the government should do to get the economy out of recession and how much debt it should take on in the process. And she's going to be right in the middle of it. She's a very highly credentialed individual. And i think our challenge is going to be managing the human part of it the political part of it with republicans on capitol hill and the inevitable divisions that are gonna show up inside the biden administration itself. How do you think she will work with congress. She has support among democrats and republicans. Well you know. She knows her way around washington. That's clear and as fed chair. She did have to deal with congress. She had to go up there and testify on a regular basis to give reports on the economy and monetary policy and regulatory policy. So she knows her way around capitol hill one of the reasons that i think that president elect biden chose her is a because it does seem like she's going to have buy in from the progressive wing of the democratic party. She's actually very close to elizabeth warren and also moderates among democrats and then i would say she has a chance with some moderate republicans to try to win them over republicans in the senate in particular to try to win them over on some big debates. And that's where. I think she's going to end up focusing a lot of her attention. You know if she can hold the democratic party if i should say biden can and then win a couple of middle of the road republicans than they might be able to get their way on really big questions about fiscal policy and stimulus and driving this economy out of recession. That was really devastating and twenty twenty and that brings us to some of the key challenges. What do you think some of her first actions will be treasury secretary. And what are those big challenges. She'll be facing from the start. There's so much and this is one of the issues where the job. The treasury is much different than the job at the fed. The job at the fed comes down to two or three things. They gotta make a decision. Every eight weeks about whether interest rates should stay the same or go up a little or go down a little. And then they've got to be they're very involved in the regulation and oversight of banks and then they've got to be ready to deal with crises financial crises at the treasure. You have the tax portfolio you have sanctioned portfolio with international sanctions against countries like north korea and iran. You have the debt portfolio. You have some say in the budget. Portfolio is just a very wide and expansive portfolio. I think the first thing that she's going to confront is a decision that her predecessor will have made. Steven mnuchin called on the fed just a few days ago to end some rescue programs that were aimed at small and medium-sized businesses related to corona virus. The treasury had been designated some money to contribute to the fed program and secretary mnuchin said. The program had expired in the feds gutter return. What's left of the money but you know the new treasury secretary is going to have to decide whether the end that program as mnuchin has set out to do or renew it when that gets to the bigger issue. which is the economy itself. Is it a major crossroads right now. We had a devastating downturn the economy effectively shut in march and april it reopened. We had a very large bounce back in the summer. But it shows signs of slowing. And it's incomplete this recovery at a time when the corona virus is spreading again. Some states are putting in new restrictions on economic activity and there is a race for a vaccine to control the virus. So there's just so much happening right now and it's gonna be yelling role to guide. President elect biden on how hard the government should push to help the economy through a period where it can go one of two directions. It could go back into recession. Or if we get to vaccine quickly enough we could be into. You know a really strong extension of the recovery that we had earlier this summer. So there's just a lot of uncertainty and a lot hard choices to

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Social Media Slugfest

The 3-1 Collapse

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Social Media Slugfest

"So it's not the best thing to do but i see why he did it. Go ahead greg. Thank you for the clarification. Killing knows of those were viewers. You know that reagan's dead like this. This is the we're all in this evening. He's more debit. Its policies account. I grew that all right. So i basically went on twitter. You know as. I usually do as you nam twitter guy and i said i regret everything positive. Said about this man because up until

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Could the West Los Angeles VA’s tent city be a model for bringing relief to LA’s unhoused?

All Things Considered

04:46 min | 5 months ago

Could the West Los Angeles VA’s tent city be a model for bringing relief to LA’s unhoused?

"In Brentwood, and he spots something unusual. Ah, homeless encampment. That's not the unusual part Sadly. What is unusual, though, is the way this this encampment encampment looks. looks. Whole Whole sidewalk sidewalk was was taken taken up up by by a a line line of of identical identical tents. tents. Big Big tents tents and and pinned pinned to to the the outside outside of each one of those is an American flag. This is right outside the West L. A VA campus, The Veterans Administration campus if you're not familiar with it that is a huge gated property just west of the 405 federally owned healthcare compound for military vets. Run by the US Department of Veterans Affairs. Many of La's homeless veterans receive services there. To some folks actually stay on the sidewalk near by This eye catching encampment only popped up in the last few months. It's a road, 30 tents and all the tents were supposed to be a line. There also have flags on the left hand side. Dean leave is an army veteran. I served 86 through 89 under Ronald Reagan Problem. Five tonight Field artillery in Fort Carson, Colorado. Says PTSD from a sexual assault by another soldier led him to substance abuse and eventually homelessness. It's chaotic is living on the streets is, Dean says, This encampment has some military style order. We have a standard operating procedures. We have fire guard. We have security watches. A lot of veterans have a lot of different stories. Each one has their own individual. Sorry. One thing that many share is the feeling that being a veteran and being homeless is Well, you know, the saying adding insult to injury. Yeah, really gets you down your spirituality after serving the country and I'm not complaining, but by all means I haven't had a gratitude this long and water in the complaint list. The end of the day. You know, I didn't serve this country It hurts, And for some of the veterans here that hurt his coalesced around to cause what they see is decades of negligence when it comes to housing homeless vets. On the west L A. V, a campus. And in that respect, this encampment is meant to draw attention. We're standing our ground as a peaceful protest. Against what? Exactly, And why now? That story, it turns out is only the latest development in a much bigger saga, one that involves a prime piece of real estate, a corruption scandal a pandemic in the plan to pick up the pieces. KCR W's Anna Scott takes it from here. The story really begins. 133 years ago in 18 87. Hey, we told you it was a saga that year, a wealthy family donated the land That's now the campus with the stipulation that it had to serve as a home for military veterans. And for a long time it did at one point after the Korean War between four and 5000 veterans lived there. But by the 19 seventies, Thie started leasing out the property for all kinds of things. They maintained a hospital and other veterans services but brought in a dog Park Baseball stadium, even a parrot sanctuary at one point Meanwhile, many veterans lived on the streets. You know, in the military, you never leave a fallen comrade behind on the battlefield. Why would we leave them behind here on American soil? Bob Rose Brock is an Army veteran who lives in Brentwood. And every week for the past 12 years he's protested outside the gates of the West via dei. I met him there earlier this month. Today is our 648 consecutive Sunday and that's what we're trying to do is to get housing for our veterans. On the other side of that fence, where they belong. It was legally deeded. And we've got veteran sleeping on the sidewalk here. Now. Bob is not the only person to take on this issue. A decade ago, some homeless veteran sued VA. Officials over how the West campus was being used. Some of those non veteran related leases were deemed illegal and cancelled. The parrot Sanctuary has gone, for example. Leader. It turned out there was a bribery scheme going on at the campus, Another VA official and a guy who ran private parking lots there were sentenced to prison. In short, It was a big, ugly mess. But from the fallout came a new vision for the property. Four years ago, the unveiled a proposal to bring the campus back to its original mission and transform it into a community with more than 1600 new apartments for homeless veterans. So happy ending right?

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Donald Trump is finished, but will 'Trumpism' prevail?

Between The Lines

08:07 min | 5 months ago

Donald Trump is finished, but will 'Trumpism' prevail?

"It's been more than a week since the us presidential election joe biden of course has claimed victory whereas the president is yet to concede defeat but when donald trump eventually leaves office the question. We have to ask ourselves is is trumpism. Really finished after all the media conventional wisdom the new york times washington. Post the major networks. Cnn msnbc all that conventional wisdom is that the twenty twenty election represents a repudiation of trumpism and what's trump luckily to do after he leaves office well for more. Let's turn to patrick. J buchanan senior adviser to president reagan nixon and ronald reagan. Pat has been a regular fixture in america's opinion pages and cable television shows for generations. Ninety ninety two and ninety six pat buchanan ran for the presidential nomination of his party. The republican party on america first platform pass walking back to you between the lines. Good to your tom now. Let's start with the election itself to spotted trifecta of crises health economic racial the us congressional and presidential contests were very tight. How do you account for that. I think there were tight for this reason. The covid virus which hammered us in march and april and then all during the summer and full took the lodge. That's two hundred and thirty thousand americans and they induced an economic decline unrivalled since the great depression. And then you have to racial turmoil in the country. And the wake of the killing of george floyd in minneapolis riots. And and things like that. So he's really damaged trump in the eyes of the public and his administration and normally they would've killed any presidential candidate. But i will say that in the fall. When trump was further behind he basically one mechanic team won the battle against biden. It was surging at the end of the campaign but he did not get over the top or at least so far so i think what you can say is trump and trumpism won the campaign. They lost the election because of the burdens. They had to terry which were too happy to cross the finish line. And let's not forget that in the late up to the election the metric conventional wisdom the polls the pundits. They predicted a democratic sweep. A blue wave washing the republicans out of power capturing the senate and delivering an alleged democratic congressional majority if the democrats did indeed have a clean sweep of the congress and the white house what would radical progressive in the american takes. What would that have made if you had nancy. Pelosi in control of the house and chuck schumer and control. The should i which looks less and less likely now and preston biden into white house. Biden's problem would be the tremendous pressure from the progressive left wing of this party to impose his leftist agenda. The party home to the country in the first two years of his administration. And i think it would be virtually impossible biden to resist the democrats cheap to kill the filibuster. Which would eliminate the ability of the republicans to stop their agenda and we would be off to the races with medicare for all the green new deal statehood for puerto rico statehood for dc. Defunding the cops. Pack the supreme court the whole left wing democratic agenda. They would try to ram through with fifty one votes. In the senate and biden frankly would be restraining force because republicans wouldn't be able to do it if they lost the filibuster in the senate which is what. Barack obama urged the democrats to take away if they win the senate okay now bought and has pasta to sydney electoral college. Votes needed to win the white house now given that it's very hard to prove widespread electoral fraud pat. Why want trump just accept defeat. Here's trump is demanding that he be allowed to play out last play of the deal. Because i think he feels he has been treated horribly by the democrats and the liberals in the press and he's not gonna do them a favour. He's got a right to make sure. The counselor made and certain things happen by certain dates. He's not going to speed up the transition. It's not gonna be a pleasant transition at all. He's going to treat them the way they felt. They treated him when he came in with the russia investigation and all the rest of it. So i think what you're getting is. Trump is looking at upon this if it succeeds is a hostile takeover of the government of the united states. And he is acting to resisted with every legal constitutional weapon. He has so it's This is not a cordial country power at all. Okay but with dany. Before the nineteen sixty presidential election between richard nixon and john f kennedy. That was very taught. There was a lot of speculation about electoral fraud in texas and illinois. And that of course benefited. The democrats won that election now. Apologies for the very scratchy. Sound quality of these vintage news report from sixty years ago. but he's nixon. Your boss pat here. He is at four. Am at republican headquarters. After the election conceding. Defeat to and and results shows come in if the present trend continues If mr kennedy and senator kennedy will be the next president of the united states senators kennedy now. And i want you know that. Certainly this trend has continued and he does become our next president that he will have my. That's richard nixon conceding. Defeat john f. kennedy in nineteen sixty pat buchanan. Why can't trump do a nixon accept defeat graciously that at four am gathering. My wife was present. She worked for richard nixon and the nineteen sixty campaign and travel. The country would and the point is that was a different time in a different country. That america's today america's bitterly divided and one of the contributing factors is the is the belief correct in my view that donald trump was denied. Not only a good transition but donald trump was investigated by the fbi and during the transition. They went after his state of the fbi did and they had a two year investigation beach. Kim they try to defeat him then they tried to overthrow him. And i think trump feels this and he says i established nothing. They can go. I mean they can go too far as i'm concerned and we're going to run this old way out and make sure every ballot is counted and all the towns are accurate. And whether or not we're going to go to court and exercise our rights and we're not going to pretend otherwise that this is a pleasant for easy transfer of power this was a hostile takeover and trump's view. I mean they're campaign run against him former first lady. Michelle obama is already talking about the house and he could and racism and the rest endemic pain in what he come folks voted for. So i think look you gotta divided country and there's no sense pretending otherwise and trump is not gonna gauge any pretense.

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HOw Has White Supremecy Changed In The US

Monocle 24: The Briefing

12:45 min | 6 months ago

HOw Has White Supremecy Changed In The US

"V Colorado US presidential election campaign which draws to a merciful conclusion. Four days from now has been such a circus that events which would have defined. Other contests have been swiftly forgotten among those wells the thwarting earlier this month of an apparent plot by far right still styled militiamen to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer and the subsequent discovery of links between those alleged conspirators and of the white supremacist groups. This is a cohort which has been repeatedly. Nodded and winked at from the highest pulpit in the land. These last four years. What happens in the next four? Whatever happens on Tuesday well earlier I spoke to Kathleen, Balu Assistant Professor of US history at the University of Chicago and offer of bringing the war home, the white power movement and paramilitary America I began by asking Kathleen how the white supremacist movement has changed between the nine, thousand, nine hundred, and now there's two differences in what's happening in the nineteen eighties and forward one is at the violence. This movement is interested in carrying out is explicitly anti-state they want to overthrow the federal government. So this is one of the reasons that I think white nationalist as a term can be confusing the nation and white nationalism nineteen eighty-three is not the united. States, it is the Irian Nation and they're imagining a fundamental overthrow of the country and all of its democratic practices. So the other thing that's different is that this movement is bringing together a lot of different people in every way but race, it is an. Incredibly, diverse social movement. We're talking about a whole bunch of different sub sections of white supremacists thinking. So this is the first time in the nineteen eighties. The we see a unification between clansmen, neo-nazis skinheads, radical tax resisters, posse comitatus members, and then in the early nineteen nineties, we start to see militia members in these groups as well. Now, all of that is emblematic of a movement that has taken a page from earlier. American. History. So it it it borrows from the opportunism of earlier clan mobilizations, but it's Very different in its deadly intent and in the number of people is able to bring together in this new set of sort of violent belief systems. If you consider its car numbers and its current firepower, how is impossible to quantify how dangerous these movements are obviously, we had seen in recent weeks the apparent thwarting of a plot to kidnap Governor Gretchen Whitmer Michigan but is that an it's a depressing thought but is that likely a straw in the wind will there be more of that sort of thing not. Only will there be more, but that story is already proving to be more than it looked at first glance. There were reports today that members of the base, which is an underground paramilitary wide power group have been arrested in connection to that plot. So already, we're seeing cross group organization and were seeing how this is working in network much the way it did in the nineteen eighties. So one of the most important things that people can do a to understand what this is an to combat it is simply To connect these stories with one another, it's very easy especially in a news cycle when people feel so buffeted with information at all times and sort of feel under attack by their own news feeds, I think it's very difficult to do the work of paying attention but it it's absolutely critical here because it's not just about the group that tried to kidnap Governor Whitman it's about the the connections between that group. The proud boy is Adam often in the base boo-boys, there are many of these groups on. The scene now now to your question about numbers, this is a very difficult one I'm not sure we even have an accurate headcount for the earlier movement, and that's where we have the the most consistent set of archival materials. As a historian. I'm very reluctant to make specific claims about the movement right now because I don't have my sources together yet and I won't have them for another ten or twenty years but what we know from reading the history and from reading the news. So in other words, what the? That history gives us can show us is that we have every reason to be concerned about further activity and escalating violence. This is a movement that is intent on mass casualty attacks that has used not just voter intimidation, but all kinds of other violent means over years and that has been organizing in this way quite effectively for decades. If not generations, this is not a new problem and it's not something that will go away quickly and the other thing is that this is a movement that is organized around sell style action much. Like a group in in radical Islamic terror would would work mix up that this group has been doing that since nineteen eighty-three, they're very, very good at it because they use cell style organization, there's not a great correlation between rising size of group membership lists and rising capacity for violent action. Because if you're trying to carry out an act of style terror, you're not interested in two thousand people who are going to come out on Saturday and March Down Main Street. You're interested in six people who are willing to detonate a bomb. So the difference is sometimes what we see is a shrinking of membership before an intense surge and violence I'm very concerned that that's where we are now and I think you know the people who do have archival information for the present day moment are saying the same thing. So I'm hearing this from people in the FBI people at Department of Homeland Security who have access to surveillance documents. I'm hearing this from people at the southern poverty law center and other watchdog groups who? Spend their time monitoring white power and militia TV, online, and most of hearing this from people who work in de radicalization trying to help people out of the movement everyone is sounding the alarm bell right now, everyone is running up the red flag and I think you know you don't have to listen to me. I'm just a historian, but I think everyone is calling everyone they can think of to to sort of try to get people to pay attention to this very grave situation. Hunch they're bringing an acceleration in the momentum of these groups because of if obviously radically different reasons the last two presidents you had the the fact of a black president of the United States, which clearly a number of people had a significant problem with and he's followed by a president who is to put it charitably equivocal in his condemnation of these groups. Yes. Absolutely and we're seeing a very clear relationship between political rhetoric and extremist action is that to price do you think can be put back in the tube night at all? That's a good metaphor for it. I usually say we can't on ring the bell. Exactly the problem right because you know if you take something like the president's remarks in the first debate about calling the proud boys to quote stand back and stand by even if you take the most generous interpretation of his remarks and say, okay, perhaps perhaps he was fed that group name and he doesn't know who they are perhaps he meant to tell them. To stand down even if we take all of that as given I think that there is a very real problem i. in the fact that it's not just the proud boys who heard that as a paramilitary call to readiness there are many other underground groups like the Bass Lake the guys in Michigan who heard that call as the call to action. And there's another problem of even in the case of activists who right now support the president. There's no indication that he has the power to call these people off. Once he has ignited away of violence as I said, this is a movement that has been expressly anti-government for many many years, and this is a strange thing about the United States that it has since the Vietnam war been. Very possible to hold the position in the United States of being anti government and pro president or pro-military or pro cop at the same time I mean we see Ronald Reagan making statements about how the government is the problem not the solution while he is the head of the government. So that sort of gymnastics act of balancing that since a fracture is not a problem for people here. So, there is a way that you can be pro trump right now and still be dedicated to violent overthrow of the state down the road or at some present moment and another note of caution is just the last time that this movement became very deadly setting off the string of events that led to the Oklahoma City bombing, and you know the the most horrific mass casualty attack for the United States between Pearl Harbor Nine Eleven. The last time that happened was not under a leftist administration it was under Reagan and it was because activists in this movement saw Reagan's perceived moderation as a sign. that. Political means could never deliver the kind of change that they wanted. Even Reagan was not offering what they wanted, which was reestablishment of Jim Crow Segregation or reinstatement of slavery or establishment of a white homeland things like this were much too radical for mainstream politics. So there's a real chance that even trump will hit align where it's too extreme for him. I mean even trump is not talking about reestablishing slavery and at that point I think there might be a wave of dissatisfied people if he's re-elected who are interested in mass casualty attacks just finally is there an aspect of this which is? Not just or perhaps beyond politics and beyond even race it strikes me just looking at the. Way in which the members of these movements present themselves, there's this strange cartoonish idea of masculinity in play. You know it is a very masculine movement, but it turns out that both in the earlier movement and today women are incredibly important to this activism You don't always see that in the public facing part of what they're doing. But in the period of my study, there's a whole bunch of women who are sort of forming the social network holds these people together and really makes possible violent action and they're doing everything from publishing their own newspapers to running their. Own Auxiliary groups to driving getaway cars and disguising people when they're on the Lam and even as they're doing all that they are saying things like I'm not an activist I'm not political I would never seek a leadership role because you know within this worldview out sweat good womanhood looks like but however you cut it women are incredibly important here and we would be foolish to think that those deep social interactions aren't part of what is sustaining this groundswell. I'm just you're just finally finally and feel free if you like to to refuse to gaze into a crystal ball but. How do you see this playing out in the next? Well, the next few weeks I if the polls are correct and Donald Trump does lose office on Tuesday. Well I, think everyone in the United States. Approaching all polls with a degree of caution from now on for. Immediate. Historical reasons. My concern here is that there is no mental picture that I can paint. There's no series of events that I can see that would make someone at this point with this set of social pressures with this worldview simply put down the weapons and go home and say, okay, well, we lost this round. It's time to go do some democratic change somewhere else. So my concern is that if trump is while if biden is elected, I think that these activists will not only be frustrated and rally look for mass casualty are opportunities if trump. Is elected I think that one ends game has to do with them, feeling dissatisfied and turning to mass casualty attacks in route to overthrowing the government. Again, as they've been doing for quite a long time, another route would be a continuation of sort of this Lincoln in an odd slash outright calling to arms line of rhetoric I mean there's a way that groups like this and other contexts have become strike forces and death squads for authoritarian regimes and there we can look to southern America and central, America for many examples of how that's happened. All all three of these are threats to Americans and to our democracy. So I think it is a very bleak time for people who pay attention to this particular part of the American political life. But was Kathleen Blues speaking to me earlier, Kathleen's book bring the war home the white power movement and paramilitary America is published by BELKNAP.

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Are we better off than we were four years ago?

Doug Stephan

00:54 sec | 6 months ago

Are we better off than we were four years ago?

"Presidential campaign, Ronald Reagan struck the killing blow to President Jimmy Carter's chances for re election by asking one simple question. Are you better off than you were four years ago? A recent Gallup poll asked voters the same question. I'm Jeff Charles, socio political correspondent with liberty nation dot com, according to the poll, 56% of voters said they were better off than they were before President Trump took office. This percentage is higher than when the same poll was conducted during President George W. Bush and Barack Obama's administrations. When Reagan asked this question, the answer was a resounding no, as evidenced by his solid victory over Jimmy Carter. In 2020. The answer seems to be yes. But what does this predict about the 2020 election If American voters believe that Trump contributed to their improve circumstances, and it could mean that they will support the president, regardless of the Poles. Either way, it is clear that Reagan's question is every bit as relevant today as it was in 1980

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The Latest: Kershaw, Dodgers take Game 1 over Rays

Ben Maller

06:13 min | 6 months ago

The Latest: Kershaw, Dodgers take Game 1 over Rays

"Vast fox sports radio networking glad you have chosen to spend A couple minutes with us and there is no debate. There is no debate where we begin this night, a radio the fall classic surfing the Blue Wave Cowabunga Dod's the Fall Classic, starting in a neutral site. Kind of on Tuesday night with Joe Buck every night, you get ajob of game and John Smalls calling the game on Fox. Did you watch? Maybe not will see that I don't imagine the ratings will be very good for this Thegame was lopsided in there's one team that has a fan base and another one that doesn't a national fan base for the Dodgers. Put on a pyrotechnics show. It was like the Fourth of July. Boom Bang Bam! The Dodger offense When Cody Bellenger Mookie Betts hit homeruns Clayton Kershaw mowing down Tampa haters like it was an April started Dodger Stadium on by the time The damage he'd done. Ella ended up spit roasting the raise 8 to 3 and Game one of the 2020 World Series for the Dodgers Get a leg up on the best of seven series now three wings away. From their first championship as a franchise since 1988 When Ronald Reagan was the president, Tommy Lasorda was waddling in the dugout and Kurt Gibson got wanted bat and hit a home run and is at all time legend because of that, as a Dodger, So let us discuss the question. What are your big takeaways? From Game one of the World Series, a domination situation for the Dodgers. So I've got the white whale hand grenades and Smurfs and we will tie all these things together. Now we talk about the World Series. Game one. You start with us. Accounts on Lee is just one game. It doesn't matter that much in the big picture. It's only one game. However. I'm going to disagree with that statement because the feeling that one gets watching Game one of the World Series from the Dodgers side of things. It's like hitting a two team parlay. It doesn't seem like a one win situation. Night, so don't undersell the importance of a game one win for Los Angeles and I'll tell you why. Because the Dodgers winning a Clayton Kershaw playoffs start As easy as a B C. 123. Is not something that happens very often, right. You feel like you dodged a bullet when you win a Kershaw game in the playoffs in a big play off game, Kershaw has been the dog with fleas in the postseason. And while many of my colleagues on television like to downplay Clayton Kershaw's missteps on radio, we don't do that We don't his World Series resume coming in. I would have him in the bread line. If that was his resume. What into an E? R. A of over five he had pitched in 26 2 3rd innings given up 16 earned runs. Over four starts in five games. But on this night, it reminded and voice in my head. It was Dick Stockton, who told me years ago stats tell you what has happened. They don't tell you what's going to happen. And that was a vintage regular season type of Kershaw performance. And you see that in a big play off game as often as you see a white whale swimming around the ocean, right? Clayton Kershaw got 38 swings. 19. Mrs. He had a whiff rate of 50%. Now the stat geeks tell us that that is the highest Of Clayton Kershaw's career, whether it be the postseason or the regular season that half the time it was S O matter, Miss. That is what's known as flexing your muscles, and it wasn't just Kershaw. Cody Bellenger, Mookie Betts. Max Muncy all had big days. The conga line kept moving. You keep pressure on your opponent 10 hits, they got seven walks. The Dodgers drew seven walks and, more importantly than that. They actually hit when they had runners in scoring position. They batted 3 57 on this day with runners in scoring position. They were five out of 14 follow the ways and is a key. You follow the wisdom often, American legend Will Rogers You never get a second chance to make a first impression. The Dodgers they made their first impression. Now you've got to back that up. You have backed that up in Game two in Game three, but you only played one game and the Dodgers the more talented team they didn't play down to their competition. They played like they were the superior opponent in this matchup. We certainly hope that continues were slightly biased on this now. Part B. If you would like to knit pick That's one of these. We get paid to do hear on the radio. Always to pick apart things in micro analyze. Dave Roberts fell back into some old analytical principles. We were hoping that his gut feeling managerial move. The other night would continue. It did not in this game, managing Clayton Kershaw. For Dave Roberts is like juggling hand grenades. One wrong move one wrong move and your head gets blown off. And I understand partially what Roberts is thinking. Because when I'm watching Clayton Kershaw, I'm thinking, OK, Here's where it all falls apart goes to hell right here, right. This is going to be the inning. It all goes to crap. In a playoff situation. But on this night Kershaw he was dealing He'd only thrown 78 pitches. Through six innings. And ah, very effective there. The Rays hitters were completely flummoxed against Kershaw as we gave you some of the numbers there of 50% with weight, and despite the Dodgers having a huge advantage there up eight tow one. They, Roberts Arbitrarily said. That's it. We're going to take you out of the game. I'd rather take you out of half inning. Too early, then a half inning too late. So that brought in Dillon Florio, who wasn't good and then and then Roberts panic because the Rays attempted the pin shit G may enjoy And so Roberts ran out of the dog and I got to make a change. I

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Rhonda Fleming, '40s and '50s movie star, dead at 97

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Rhonda Fleming, '40s and '50s movie star, dead at 97

"Golden age actress Rhonda Fleming as Died Fox's sell June Grasso reports in Hollywood looks count. But for Rhonda Fleming, she says her stunning Wilkes worked against her when caller arrived in the movies and Nineteen Ninety interview. There was suddenly all this attention on how I look rather than the roles I was playing. She said those roles had our co starring with Kirk Douglas, Burt Lancaster, Charlton Heston, and Ronald Reagan. In the nineteen forties and fifties, her birth name was Marilyn Lewis and raised in Los Angeles, and she was reportedly discovered when headed to class Beverly Hills high school a man followed her in a big black car and said, you Oughta be in pictures a letter turned up at her home and offered to be your agent legend or not at nineteen. Lewis was awarded a six month contract with David O Sales Nick Studio at A. New Name Rhonda Fleming. Now dead at age ninety, seven in Santa Monica California salary and Bresso Fox

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Rhonda Fleming, film star in the 1940s and 1950s, dies at 97

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:26 sec | 6 months ago

Rhonda Fleming, film star in the 1940s and 1950s, dies at 97

"Rhonda Fleming Ah Hollywood star of the forties and fifties fame for her fiery red hair has passed away at the age of 97 from her first color film, Fleming became popular with producers because of her hair and green eyes are best known films included a Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, starring Bing Crosby. And Alfred Hitchcock's Spellbound, starring Gregory Peck and Ingrid Bergman. She also made four films with future President Ronald Reagan

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"ronald reagan" Discussed on Words Matter

Words Matter

06:29 min | 9 months ago

"ronald reagan" Discussed on Words Matter

"This week on presidential words matter. We focus on Ronald Reagan. And how he used the power of his office to provide leadership and comfort in time of national tragedy, crisis and morning. The space shuttle Challenger's launch had already been delayed twice when it finally took off on January twenty. Eighth Nineteen eighty-six. This particular launch was widely publicized because for the first time in history, a civilian a teacher named Christa McAuliffe. Traveling into space. The plan was to have McCullough communicate to students from space according to the New York. Times nearly half America's school. Children aged nine to thirteen. Watch the event live in their classrooms. But tragically short seventy three seconds into flight. The world was stunned when the Challenger burst into flames killing all seven crew members on board. President, Ronald Reagan canceled his scheduled state of the Union address that evening and instead addressed the nation's grief. A young speechwriter, a friend and a hero of mine Peggy Noonan was tasked with drafting the president's remarks on this solemn occasion. It was a heavy burden as she later recalled quote i. kind of figured. The entire nation had just seen an auto accident. Newnan draft a speech that was aimed as she put it quote at those who are eight years old. Those who are eighteen and those who were eighty. It was nothing less than one of the greatest speeches in presidential history, and it earned Ronald Reagan his now famous moniker the great, communicator. With that let's listen to Ronald. Reagan's January Twentieth Nineteen eighty-six speech, following the space shuttle Challenger disaster. Ladies and Gentlemen I plan to speak to you tonight to report on the State of the Union. The events of earlier today of led me to change those plans. Today is a day from morning and remembering. Nancy and I are paying to the core, but the tragedy of the shuttle challenge. We know we share this pain with all the people of our country. This is truly a national loss. Nineteen years ago almost to the. We lost three astronauts in a terrible accident on the ground. But we've never lost an astronaut in flight. We've never had a tragedy like this. and. Perhaps we've forgotten the courage. It took for the crew of the shuttle. But they. The challenger seven were aware of the dangers. Overcame them and did their jobs brilliantly. We Mourn Seven Heroes Michael Smith. Dick's Gobi. Judith Resnik Ronald. McNair. Ellison Onisuka. Gregory, Jarvis and Christa McAuliffe We mourn their loss as a nation together. The families of the seven. We cannot bear as you do the full impact of this tragedy. But we feel a loss. We're thinking about you so very much. Your loved ones where daring and brave. They had that special grace at special spirit that says give me a challenge and I'll meet it with joy. They had a hunger to explore the universe discoveries truths. They wished to serve, and they did. They served off us. We've grown used to wonders in this century. It's hard to dazzle us. For Twenty five years the United States space program has been doing just that. We've grown used to the idea of space. And perhaps we forget that we've only just begun. We're still pioneers. They, the members of the Challenger crew were pioneers. And I wanted to say something to the school, children of America, who were watching the live coverage of the shuttle takeoff? I know it's hard to understand sometimes painful things like this happen. It's all part of the process of exploration and discovery. It's all part of taking a chance and expanding man's horizons. Future doesn't belong to the faint hearted. Belongs to the brave. The challenger crew was pulling us into the future. And we'll continue to follow the. I've always had great faith in and respect for our space program. And, what happened today does nothing to diminish it. We don't hide our space program. We don't keep secrets and cover things out. We do it all up front and in Public That's the way freedom isn't. We wouldn't change it for a minute. We'll continue our question space. There would be more shuttle flights and more shuttle crews, and yes more volunteers more civilians more teachers in space. Nothing ends here. Our hopes and our journeys continue. I wonder why that. I wish I could talk to every man and woman who works for NASA or who worked on this mission. And tell them. Your dedication and professionalism have moved and impressed us for decades. and. We know of your anguish. We share it. Is a coincidence today on this day three hundred ninety years ago, the great explorer Sir Francis Drake. died aboard ship off the coast of Adam. In his lifetime, the great frontiers where the oceans and historian later said he lived by the sea, died on it and was buried in it. Or today! We can say of the Challenger crew. Their dedication was like drake's complete. The crew of the space shuttle Challenger honored us for the manner in which they live their lives. We will never forget them. Nor the last time we saw. This morning. As they prepared for their journey and waved goodbye. And slipped the surly bonds over. The touch the face of God. Thank!.

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"ronald reagan" Discussed on Words Matter

Words Matter

14:15 min | 11 months ago

"ronald reagan" Discussed on Words Matter

"After nearly eight years in office the great communicator delivered. His thirty fourth and Final Oval Office address. His tenure was not without controversy and there is much about Ronald Reagan and his policies for historians and commentators to rightly criticise. But more than anything else. Reagan understood the power and importance of words in the final week of the nineteen eighty campaign. Reagan met then president. Jimmy Carter for their first and only debate. The former Hollywood actor and governor of California posed a simple question to the voters. Are you better off than you were? Four years ago the answer was a resounding no for his final presidential address. Reagan wanted to end on a note of what have become his trademark optimism. All of his political life the Gipper had talked about America as a shining city on a hill but he had never really defined what he meant as he prepared to leave office. Reagan finally communicated that vision pay attention to his words. In Reagan's view America was made great by free trade and the contributions of immigrants. If that city had to have walls those walls had doors. Those doors were open to all who had the heart and the will to get here. It is a message very different from what we hear today from those who claim his legacy three decades later with that. Let's listen to Ronald Reagan's farewell address fellow Americans. This is the thirty fourth time I'll speak to you from the Oval Office and the last we've been together eight years now and soon. It'll be time for me to go before I do. I wanted to share some thoughts. Some of which I've been saving for a long time. It's been the honor of my life to be your president so many of you have written the past few weeks to say. Thanks but I could say as much to you. Nancy and I are grateful for the opportunity. You gave us to sir. One of the things about the presidency is that you're always somewhat apart. You spend a Lotta time going by too fast and a car. Someone else's driving seeing the people should tinted glass appearance holding up a child and wave. You saw too late and couldn't return and so many times. I wanted to stop reach out from behind the glass and connect. Well maybe I can do a little that tonight. People ask how I feel about leaving and the fact is partying is such sweet sorrow. Sweep part is California and the ranch in Freedom. The sorrow the goodbyes. Of course and leaving this beautiful place you know down the hall and up the stairs from this office is the part of the White House where the president and his family live. There are a few favorite windows up there that I like to stand and look out of early in the morning. The view over the ground here to the Washington Monument and then the mall and the Jefferson Memorial but on mornings when the humidity is low. You can see past the Jefferson to the river the Potomac and the Virginia shore. Someone said that's the view. Lincoln had when he saw the smoke rising from the battle of bull run lying see more prosaic things the grass on the banks the morning traffic is people make their way to work now and then a sailboat on the river. I've been thinking a bit at that window. I've been reflecting on what the past eight years of mint and mean the image that comes to mind like a refrain is a nautical one small story about a big ship at a refugee and a sailor. It was back in the early eighties at the height of the boatpeople and the sailor was hard at work on the carrier. Midway which was patrolling the South China Sea. The sailor like most American servicemen was young smart and fiercely. Observant crew spied on the horizon. Leaky little boat and crammed inside were refugees from Indochina Hoping to get to America. The midway sent a small launch to bring them to the ship. Safety at the refugees made their way through the choppy seas. One spied the sailor on deck and stood up and called out to him. He yelled Hello American sailor. Freedom man small moment with a big meeting a moment. The sailor who wrote it in a letter couldn't get out of his mind and when I saw neither could I because that's what it has to. It was to be an American in the nineteen eighty S. We stood again for freedom. I know we always have but in the past few years. The World Again. In a way we ourselves rediscovered. It's been quite a journey this decade and we held together through some stormy seas and at the end together. We're reaching our destination. The fact is from Grenada. The Washington and Moscow summits from the recession of eighty one to eighty two to the expansion. That began in late. Eighty two and continues to this day. We've made a difference the way I see it. There were two great triumphs. Two things that I'm proudest one. Here's the economic recovery in which the people of America created and filled nineteen million new jobs. The other is the recovery of our morale. America is respected again in the world and looked to for leadership. Something that happened to me a few years ago. Reflect some of this. It was back in Nineteen eighty-one and I was attending my first big economic summit which was held that year in Canada. The meeting place rotates among the member countries. The opening meeting was a form dinner for the heads of government of the seven. Industrialized nations live. Sat there like the new kid in school and listened and it was offering. Soi this and hell that they dropped titles and spoke to not one another on a first name basis but at one point I sorta leaned in and said my name drawn but in that same year we began the actions we felt would ignite and economic comeback cut taxes and regulation started to cut spending so in the recovery began two years later another economic summit with pretty much the same cast at the big opening meeting. We all got together and all of a sudden just for a moment. I saw that everyone was sitting there looking at me and then one of them broke. Charlotte's tell us about the American miracle he said back in nineteen eighty. When I was running for president it was all so different. Some pundits said our programs would result in catastrophe. Our views on foreign affairs would cause war. Our plans for the economy would cause inflation to soar and bring about economic collapse. I even remember one highly. Respected economists saying back in nineteen eighty two that the engines of economic growth have shut down here and they're likely to stay that way for years to come while he him. The other opinion leaders were wrong. The fact is what they called. Radical was really right. What they call dangerous was just desperately needed and in all of that time I WANNA nickname. The great communicator. But I never thought it was my style or the words I use. That made a difference. It was the content. I wasn't a great communicator. But communication great things and they didn't spring full bloom from my brow. They came from the heart of a great nation from our experience. Our wisdom and our belief in the principles that have guided us for two centuries. They called it the Reagan Revolution then. I'll accept that but for me it always seeing more like the great rediscovery a rediscovery of our values and our common sense common sense told us that when you put a big tax on something that people will produce less of it. So we cut the people's tax rates and the people produce more than ever before the economy bloomed like a plant that had been cut back and could now grow quicker and stronger. Our economic program brought about the longest peacetime expansion in our history real family income up the poverty rate down entrepreneurship booming and an explosion in research and new technology. We're exporting more. Now than ever because America industry became more competitive and at the same time some of the national will to not down protectionist walls abroad instead of erecting them at home commonsense also told us that to preserve the peace. We'd have to become strong again. After years of weakness new confusion. So we rebuild our defenses. In this New Year we toasted the new peacefulness around the globe. Not only of the superpowers actually begun to reduce their stockpiles of nuclear weapons and hope for even more progress is bright but the regional conflicts that rack the globe are also beginning to cease. The Persian Gulf is no longer awards on the Soviets are leaving Afghanistan the Vietnamese. You're preparing to pull out of Cambodia and an American mediated accord was soon sent fifty thousand Cuban troops home from Angola. The lesson of all this was of course because we're a great nation. Our challenges seem complex. It will always be this way but as long as we remember our first principles and believe in ourselves the future will always be hours and something else we learned once you begin a great movement. There's no telling where to lint. We meant to change a nation and instead we changed the world. Countries across the globe are turning to free markets and free speech and turning away from the ideologies of the past for them the great rain discovery of the nineteen eighty s has been that low and behold the moral way of government is the practical way of government democracy. The profoundly good is also the profoundly productive. When you've got to the point where you can celebrate the anniversary of your thirty ninth birthday. You could sit back sometimes. Review your life and see it flowing before you for me. There was a fork in the river and it was right in the middle of my life. I never meant to go into politics. Wasn't my intention when I was young but I was raised to believe you had to pay your way for the blessings bestowed on you. I was happy with my career in the entertainment world but ultimately went into politics because I wanted to protect something. Precious hours was the first revolution in the history of mankind that truly reversed the course of government and with three little words we the people we the people tell the government what to do. It doesn't tell us we the people at the driver. The government is the car and we decide where it should go and by what route and how fast almost all the world's constitutions are documents in which governments tell people what their privileges are. Our Constitution is a document in which we the people.

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"ronald reagan" Discussed on Words Matter

Words Matter

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"ronald reagan" Discussed on Words Matter

"Welcome to presidential words matter their three meaningful and memorable presidential farewell address in American history. The first now forever memorialized by Song on Broadway was written by George Washington Alexander Hamilton as he stepped down from the Presidency the former general the continental army urged unity and counseled our young nation to put the good of the country above regional interests Washington. Famously warned against political factions and foreign entanglements for the next century and a half presidential farewell addresses were ignored forgotten or never even delivered in one thousand nine hundred ninety one however another president who served as the General of the army and let Americans into battle to save the world from tyranny bid farewell to the nation he loved and served like Washington. Eisenhower's primary message was one of warning with the growth of computer in nuclear power Cautioned against the dangers and influence of what he termed the military industrial complex after this brief message from Katie. Ngo We'll be right back to talk.

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"ronald reagan" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"ronald reagan" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Was nicknamed the Iron Horse for his ability in commitment to the game. Sadly his record for suiting up for twenty one hundred thirty consecutive games came to an end. When as thirty six GEHRIG was stricken with a crippling disease that now bears his name on July fourth. One thousand nine hundred ninety nine. The Yankees held a ceremony to honor their teammate and friend they retired. Gehrig's number spoke of his greatness and presented him with various gifts plaques and trophies when Garrick finally addressed the crowd he did not use the opportunity to wallow in pity instead he spoke of the things he was grateful for and what a lucky guy. He was the speech fans for the past two weeks. You've been reading about a bad break got yet today. I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth. I have been ballparks for seventeen years have never received anything but kindness and encouragement from you. Fans look at these grand men. Which have you would have considered the highlight of his career to associate with them for even one day. Sure I'm lucky. Who wouldn't consider it an honor to have known Jake Rupert? Also the builder of baseball's Greatest Empire Ed Barrow to spend the next nine years without wonderful little fellow Miller Huggins then to spend the next nine years with that outstanding leader that smart student of psychology the best manager in baseball today. Joe McCarthy sure I'm lucky when the New York giants eighteen you would give your right arm to beat in vice versa. Send you a gift. That's something when everybody down to the groundskeepers and those boys in white coats remember you trophies. That's something when you have a wonderful mother in law who takes sides with you and squabbles. Against her own daughter. That's something when you have a father and mother who worked all their lives so that you can have an education and build your body. It's a blessing when you have a wife who has been a tower of strength and shown more courage than you dreamed existed. That's the finest I know so I closed and saying that I might have had a tough break but I have an awful lot to live for. Ma'am fire nation. A very powerful talk by Lou. Gehrig in fact three powerful talks. I hope you enjoyed. I wanted to end this episode with the Lou Garrick speech because my grandfather actually passed away from Lou Gehrig's disease so it was a very touching speech for me to read into here and to share with you. I hope you enjoyed these speeches. And I'll catch you on the flip side ready to make a bold move and finally find the perfect candidate for your new role. No matter your industry zip. Recruiter can help. And right now you can try ZIP recruiter for free just visit ZIP RECRUITER DOT com slash fire. Zip Recruiter the smartest way to hire fire nation. Are you ready to turn your passion into a profitable business than this free training in? Seven figure playbook and resources from my good friends. And Top marketing experts. Nick Unsworth and Brian Delaney is for you. It's called launch and scale now and you can get instant access today when you visit launch and scale now dot COM..

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"ronald reagan" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

08:53 min | 1 year ago

"ronald reagan" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"That third one is very meaningful to me and my family. I hope you enjoy these fire nation and we'll dive into them as soon as we get back from thinking our sponsor fire nation. Are you ready to turn your passion into a profitable business? Then this free training and seven figure playbook and resources from my good friends and top marketing experts. Nick Unsworth and Brian Delaney is for you. It's called launch and scale now and you can get instant access today when you visit launch and scale now dot COM ready to make a bold move and finally find the perfect candidate for your new role. No matter your industry zip recruiter can help in right now. You can try ZIP recruiter for free just visit ZIP RECRUITER DOT com slash fire. Zip Recruiter the smartest way to hire our. I fire nation. Let's dive into the first of three speeches today. This one's by Ronald Reagan address to nation on the Challenger. Ladies and gentlemen. I do plan to speak to you tonight to report on the state of the Union but the events of earlier today have led me to change those plans. Today is a day for morning and remembering Nancy and I are pain to the core by the tragedy of the shuttle Challenger we know we share this pain with all the people of our country. This is truly a national loss. Nineteen years ago almost to the day. We lost three astronauts in a terrible accident on the grounds. But we've never lost an astronaut and flight. We've never had a tragedy like this. And perhaps we forgotten the courage. It took for the crew of the shuttle but they the Challenger seven were aware of the dangers but overcame them and did their jobs brilliantly. We more seven heroes Michael Smith. Dick's Gobi Judith. Resnik Ronald McNair. Ellison owner Zucca Gregory Jarvis and Christa McAuliffe. We mourn their loss as a nation together for the families of the seven. We cannot bear as you do the full impact of this tragedy. But we feel the loss and we're thinking about you so very much your loved ones where daring and brave and they had that special grace that special spirit says. GimMe a challenge. In a media with joy they had a hunger to explore the universe and discover its truths they wished to serve in the dead. They served all of us. We've grown used to wonders in this century. It's hard to dazzle us but for twenty five years the United States space program has been doing just that we've grown used to the idea of space and perhaps we forget that we've only just begun. Were still pioneers. They the members of the Challenger crew were pioneers. And I want to say something to the school children of America who were watching the live coverage of the shuttle's takeoff. I know it is hard to understand but sometimes painful things like this happen. It's all part of the process of exploration and discovery. It's all part of taking a chance in expanding man's horizons. The future doesn't belong to the faint hearted it belongs to the brave the challenger crew was pulling us into the future and we'll continue to follow them. I've always had great faith and respect for our space program in what happened today does nothing to diminish it. We don't hide our space program. We don't keep secrets to cover things up we do it all upfront and public vast. The way freedom is and we wouldn't change it for a minute. We'll continue our questions space. That will be more shuttle flights and more shuttle crews in. Yes more volunteers. More civilians more teachers in space. Nothing ends here. Our hopes and our journeys continue. I want to add that. I wish I could talk to every man woman who works for NASA or who worked on this mission and tell them your dedication and professionalism has moved and impressed us for decades and we know of your anguish. We share it. There's a coincidence today on this day. Three hundred ninety years ago. The Great Explorer Sir Francis. Drake died aboard ship off the coast of Panama in his lifetime. The great frontiers were oceans in a historian later said he lived by the sea died on it and was buried in it. While today we can say of the Challenger crew their dedication was like drake's complete the crew of the space shuttle Challenger honored us by the manner in which they live their lives and we will never forget them nor the last time we saw them this morning as a prepared for the journey and waved goodbye and slipped the surly bonds of earth to touch the face of God. Thank you fire. Nation to more incredible speeches coming up when we get back from thinking our sponsor if you're ready to turn your passion into a profitable business but you're not quite sure where to start that I've got great news for you. My good friends and top marketing experts. 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That means you don't have to start from scratch or recreate the wheel when it comes to a solid start in your marketing strategy visit launch and scale now a DOT com today to Senate for their free training that's launch and scale now dot COM according to ziprecruiter research nearly three out of four employers. Say they're finding it difficult to fill open positions. So what do you do if this is you? It's time to make a bold move to give you a couple of examples. Sixty eight percent of employers have raised their wages in twenty three percent have increased their benefits. Maybe for your role is a different type of incentive. The bottom line is if you have a difficult role to fill no matter. Your Industry Ziprecruiter can help. And Right. Now you can try ZIP recruiter for free at ZIPRECRUITER DOT com slash fire. What makes ziprecruiter unique as they not only send your job to over one hundred of the top job sites they also use their powerful matching technology to scan thousands of resumes to find people with the right skills and experience for your job. Then actively advice into apply ziprecruiter is so effective that four out of five employers. Who Post on Ziprecruiter get a quality candidate within the first day? And right now you can try ZIP recruiter for free. Just visit ZIP DOT com slash fire. That's ZIPRECRUITER DOT com slash fire ziprecruiter dot com slash fire ziprecruiter. The smartest way to hire our next speech is by chief. Joseph is known as surrender speech in eighteen. Seventy seven the military announced that the chief Joseph and his tribe of Nez Pierce had to move onto a reservation in Idaho or face. Retribution desiring to avoid violence chief. Joseph advocated for peace and cooperation. But fellow tribesmen dissented in killed four white men knowing swift. Backlash was coming. Joseph and his people began to make their way to Canada hoping to find amnesty there. The tribe traveled seventeen hundred miles fighting the pursuing. Us Army along the way in dire conditions and after a five day battle chief. Joseph surrendered to General Nelson a miles on October. Fifth Eighteen. Seventy seven and the bear paw mountains of Montana territory. A mere forty miles from the Canadian border. The chief knew he was the last of a dying breed in the moment of surrender was heartbreaking. Here's the speech. Tell General Howard. I know his heart what he told me. Before I have in my heart I am. Tired of fighting are chiefs are killed looking. Glass is dead. Who will shoot is dead. The old men are all dead. It is the young men who say yes or no. He who lead on the young man is dead. It is cold and we have no blankets. The little children are freezing to death. My people some of them have run away to the hills. We have no blankets no food. No one knows where they are. Perhaps freezing to death. I want to have time to look for my children to see how many of them I can find. Maybe I shall find them among the dead. Hear me my chiefs I am tired. My heart is sick and sad. From where the sun now stands. I will fight no more forever. Who Fire Nation? Our third and final speech today is by Lou Gehrig farewell to baseball address. It seemed as if the luminous career of Lou gehrig would go on forever the Yankees First Baseman and prodigious slugger.

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"ronald reagan" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

20:05 min | 1 year ago

"ronald reagan" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"Episode number four hundred yeah is our friend Ronald Reagan Dave that's right wr hell yeah February six thousand nine hundred eleven year Oh Jesus Christ Ronald Wilson Reagan was born at home will nice Lorne say that say sorry he's not quite there say his parents were Jack in Nell and he had an older brother Neil young was no had a Dutch boy haircut right so he was known as Dutch for a long time he was called Dutch I'm not GonNa Call Him Dutch Jack in knell acted in local shows and Jack really liked drink great okay and his drinking became worse and worse and worse over the years family moved a lot five times ten years when he was young jackets shoes and so we'd go to a different town he get fired for drinking and they move onto the next town just good old-fashioned life as a perfect it could be a guy who's still shoes and show up in the new town and be like I know shoes and I don't drink jug shoes let's give them a house away he's got two kids and a wife House so they finally settled for good in Dixon Illinois. Jack was very liberal and it was very vocal about it he talked about reporting wealthy was very against the Klu Klux Klan and he instilled a respect for we are in young Ronald around groping idolizing FDR grew up as you can see liberal God it's connection seems clear it's he was athletic he played basketball baseball and he ran track he went to Eureka College and joined the Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity any demanded the college president's resignation after he decided to cut some programs okay so Ronald's fraternities behind this big movement they get everyone to go on strike think of route I went to strike what services you're removing employees students go on strike on Strike Okay are halting or intellects and not gaining anymore yeah knowledge right and Freshman Ronald Reagan gives the speech of demands hey because he's a big liberal and they win in the president is forced out wo wow on old Reagan learns the power of strike and that was the basis of the movie Animal House I might let me check that I might be wrong go ahead after college Ronald wanted to work in radio but he got a job at the star Courier newspaper and his job was to announce all scores okay that's what he would do so the baseball scores coming after the paper is printed right so what are you would do is he was hired to walk out on the second floor balcony eh with a megaphone and he would announce baseball scores to fan story a sport criers he's a he's a human glock feeling three o'clock Reagan's coming out Palau's it's the male ticker if he would sit in the street he would walk out and go like at the cardinals scarred it's three to what a great job now talk about a job where you could drink like your father so he was a podcast started podcast so that kicked off his Sports Broadcasting Krier from there moved into radio and he worked his way all the way up to announcing for the cubs okay now he would he wouldn't go to gain James he would announce they would go out and it would and they would someone would send him what was happening through Morse code and then he would make it up on the fly he would make what up on the would get like a Morse code thing it'd be like someone stole third like they had Morse code for everything that was happening on what he make it seem like he was watching it as it happened and he was he would record that had applause.

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"ronald reagan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"ronald reagan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Ronald Reagan southbound heavy from Pfeiffer down to Montgomery road I'm rob Williams newsradio seven hundred WLW. tonight is fair skies and low temps sixty five now for tomorrow partly cloudy a slight afternoon chance in my high of eighty seven at night fair skies and down to sixty seven from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh newsradio seven hundred W. L. W.. Marty Brennaman. and of his hall of fame career this is the ever try waterproofing seven hundred W. L. W. minute with Marty it's not dry until it's ever dry you probably have seen broadcast about seven thousand baseball games. two or three things would you do if you were commissioner there improve the game of baseball in the future just two or three things you think has to happen well I think they got a good bit of the politically correct thing is the thing that bothers me about with the commissioner does he talks a good game but I haven't seen a whole lot of action in terms of figuring out a way to speed up the time that it takes to play a baseball game if it's not three hours I'm surprised well that's correct that I go back and look at some of the school books hi I've kept everyone of them that I did that I would look back into the eighties and and see where it was it was a rarity to have the game is still three hours. and then the biggest problem they have I think in this game right now you should try to come up with some solutions to get young people re introduced to this game you know I I just think that that this game is got.

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"ronald reagan" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"ronald reagan" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"In the eighties she is in love with the reagan like she can't get enough of them. She just thinks that they are the most glamorous people who ever lived and this is a person who's like a self proclaimed expert on princess diana so there's that but the only way that ronald reagan became a political them is because he was like forever a hollywood. Who do <hes> and you know. I don't know if you guys have made this station. In terms of people who were who's to the general public but them's within in hollywood <hes>. I would say that like you know. Most agents would fall in that category. Most heads of unions would fall in that category. That's kind of what ronald reagan was like. Everybody in hollywood knew who he was partially because he had a couple of stints as the president of screen actors guild <hes> but he just never really broke through the who window as an actor <hes> his to kind of best remembered roles now allison kind of jokes <hes> he played he was in this football movie knute rockne all american <hes> which is remembered for this flying <hes> when one for the gipper and then there's the other zone that he is remembered for which i think is a little bit more interesting and it's club changed row and it's just sort of like all these stories in a small american town melodrama and basically he like goes in for surgery and he wakes up and his legs have been surprisingly educated and he looked down and he says where's the rest of me and then when he was writing his autobiography eight to try to like you know stopping or who and and people who he was he titled it. Where's the rest of me and the answer. Is that like he expound himself in politics. <hes> you know but i mean yeah so basically he was never able to become them in hollywood. He was not good enough of undo the star for hollywood but he was like almost too much of a movie star for washington then for politics <hes> so that's just ronald reagan politics them hollywood who but ultimate them i would say thanks for letting me offer my implants. <hes> giuliani talked is i am screen all timer an all literally never felt so like delighted headed by the source of the information the information so good at her job. Is anyone offered aw oh god like this carina. Take our show. I want you can have it. I wanna hear wait. Listen to this here we anyway. I wanna hear the hearsay whereas the rest of.

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"ronald reagan" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

Uncommon Knowledge

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"ronald reagan" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

"Five from nine hundred eighty one one thousand nine hundred five Mr. Meese served in the Reagan administration as counselor to the president from one thousand nine hundred five until the end of the administration. He served as the seventy fifth attorney general of the United States, Mr. Meese now holds emeritus status as the heritage foundation's Ronald Reagan share and public policy and America's once again is distinguished visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution. No, one knew Ronald Reagan better. And this is Ronald Reagan on attorney general Meese if Ed Meese is not a good, man. There are no good men. At add welcome. Thank you. Two quotations both from the both from nine hundred eighty two one is the historian Arthur Slesinger junior. He's writing after a visit to Moscow, quote, those in the US who think the Soviet Union is on the verge of collapse are kidding themselves. The second is Ronald Reagan addressing the British parliament also in one thousand nine hundred to quote in an ironic sense. Karl Marx it was right? We are witnessing today a great revolutionary crisis. But the crisis is happening not in the west but in the Soviet Union close quote. How did Ronald Reagan of Eureka college in Illinois myths, what the great historian Arthur Slesinger junior of Harvard bigger? How did Ronald Reagan see what Arthur Slesinger junior of Harvard University missed? Well, one of the things is Ronald Reagan went into that study of communism with an open mind, and it was not determined by his ideology has I suspect Mr. Schlesinger, at least was somewhat misguided by his own ideology. But with Ronald Reagan, he learned first of all most people don't realize Ronald Reagan was a beret shis reader. He liked to study. He studied the founding. He was very well versed in the constitution. He was well versed in the bible. He had an enormous repertoire of information that he used that's why they're discussion was given this morning about his speech. Adding he's he before he would do anything else before the speech writers would get working. He would give the concept of the speech and then later on they went he edited really based upon all the things that he knew..

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"ronald reagan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"ronald reagan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I such a sweet lovable animal and people would want a pet him, and they come up and they get close to them. And it would be this instant, oh, my dad didn't want to touch him. Like, you get the stinky dog away from me, even after we'd give her a bath. She would still stink very, stinky, both bad breath and bad gas. I asked the vet, and he said some dogs are just stinky dog each scratch, stink shit like crazy. Come to diner. Bike for help. I N O V. I T E dot com. The omega three fatty acid flaxseed think you'll fail. The digestive. Enzymes that are cooked out of regular dog food ingredients convince me that it was definitely worth trying after about a week. He started smelling normal. My husband, and I were really kind of astonished. Dynamite is attrition. Eight five nine four two eight one thousand. I N O V. I T E dot com. Hi to hear it for Reagan privacy dot com. Imagine a politician saying this today, I have wondered at times what the ten commandments would have looked like Moses had run them through the US congress. That's a quote from Ronald Reagan. He showed us through life his faith. And with his words that Judeo Christian values and principles matter. You can spread the legacy of Ronald Reagan. You can do it by getting a Reagan Email address right now, if you have a g mail AOL Yahoo or other big tech company Email address, you help them market their service with every Email you send in return..

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"ronald reagan" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"ronald reagan" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Soviet union is going ronald reagan she we carter's very nice passive deeply devout man who's been with the same woman for seventy one years his hey man we don't wanna get along that works with israel but it doesn't work with palestine you see so the only thing they understand is a potential punch in the face like schoolyard bullies it's the only thing they understand the diplomacy is crate when it's you hey obama was try to work something out with justin trudeau great let's have have brunch we'll get all hammered out it doesn't work when obama wants to talk to hitler or chamberlain wants to talk to hitler because one person's insane yeah it's the same thing i have fucked up neighbors you can't just go come on we live next door to each other he wanna be you don't want the cop show up i don't wanna cop showing up you want apartment no i'm fucking nuts and do horrible things with that in mind now all we have is threats let's go get or action to action oh go go go go get the seventeenth fleet with the battleships and put them on the gulf of tonkin and just haven't parked there and fire some tomahawks i could just show force so i don't i don't like that it comes to this but it's the only language you speak is force and threats and when are and we also hold carrots out to the other if you respond to this then you will get look you want you want the silver you want the lead we'll give you the silver we'll give you the lead off you the fucking silver i and if you slap it up our hands and you're getting a lead in the form of a fucking slug between your eyes now we don't like to think that's the way the world works and we don't like to be the world's policeman on four i don't want to be the world's policeman either unfortunately there are people who need policing and the world's not doing it so you can go well why are you the world's policeman i don't know mexico go go ahead and please go go ahead africa go go police but they don't police so we police and then everyone tears us a new asshole for policing but it's like someone's got police because there's criminals out there.

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"ronald reagan" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ronald reagan" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

"And it's a question if he were if if um trump studied tapes of ronald reagan's ronald reagan he knew what was going on okay and i have a letter from bush the elder that i cannot make public until he's dead until he dies that was a deal i made with the president about the press about how the bush the elder really feels about the america press and when he goes i'm gonna make that letter public but if trump took some reaganesque techniques would it make any different no they hate his guts it wouldn't look at look back at george bush forty three they during the first campaign they had him are dragging black people behind the backs of pickup trucks in texas a bush was stupid dick cheney was evil bush didn't care about black people no they would go after um heat no matter what no matter what art art look look i i i say yes i think they would listen look this is anderson cooper the other night bill this is anderson cooper the other night this guy is in a he's not an opinion guy good evening the president of the united states is is tired of so many black people coming to this country he would like the bringing more people from norway white people in other words now this is not an opinion guide this is a straight news journalist by straight nba objective and that's what he said this is just last week this is brutal vicious nasty you know today it was that trump is fat yes companies fast.

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"ronald reagan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"ronald reagan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"What about a guilty pleasure you gotta guilty pleasure like maybe it's food maybe it's something you do anything come to mind no not not a guilty pleasure not really now to give your recotor i enjoy food and the foods being prepared much differently deve than my mother dealer look firm all meat was well done not such thing here let's have some light last thing you can have dinner with any three people living or dead who are the three people who are the three people to to to to to a will ronald reagan ronald reagan's good and then i would love to sit down for dinner with frank sinatra reagan in sinatra that'd be extinct as they had little tension between them for a period of that they did yes now you're missing one one more well i guess i'd throw in mikhail gorbachev i met him when he came to america for the first time after he heated sturdy perestroika you know the for change in communism i've met him enough to shake hands with him but i would then beloved to sit down and talk to him because he was an interesting gentleman that's a good dinner and look to be at that dinner i'd be your waiter i would invite you great lashes did you call her in a play by play scuttle flat guys play brought the girl home said hey i don't know if you know man orient too but player by france out a gloria will do have a good week back after this on seven twenty wgn.

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"ronald reagan" Discussed on Presidential

Presidential

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"ronald reagan" Discussed on Presidential

"So close but not not closer nancy reagan told me in lieu there are times when there is a barrier there that i even i can't get beyond but this is not something that is is exclusive to reagan third lots of great men who keep part of themselves always to themselves the person who most readily comes to mind is ronald reagan's first title franklin roosevelt i dunno three or four dozen books on fdr and in every one of em you find some passage by people who knew him that they didn't know what he was thinking couldn't there were some part of him the the could never penetrate i think it's sort of add to the mystique of both presidents had also could make frustrating to deal with but it's a quality that that you see replicated in other leaders said was in nineteen sixty team when reagan was fifty one years old he officially switched his party affiliation from damage teen being a republican and a couple of years later he gave a speech in support of republican candidate barry goldwater which basically garnered attention in the sphere of national politics and here's here's a little clip preserving ronald reagan.

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"ronald reagan" Discussed on Presidential

Presidential

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"ronald reagan" Discussed on Presidential

"Well sell at me that leads indeed there's this question that i i've asked on just about every episode as so you know humor me that uh what do you imagine it would be like to go on a blind date with ronald reagan will a lotta pupils is gone was ronald reagan between donald his first merged in the media nancy reagan actually uh talked to a couple of people who did they found reagan's light hearted charming very sociable and polite and good manners they liked that dressed will kind to generous to his the person he was worth but also and this was after marriage that he thought was going to last forever a little bit remote not eager to rush into a commitment but he was he was charming to be with a remote rain was one of the people that i've known a a who who women fell foreign men liked he had a uninsured to him a self confidence the people liked so you had mentioned did you know that he could be difficult to now and i've i've heard that set of him before as well and what exactly is meant by that i mean if he was mormon charming i mean what's what's the part of him that that struck people as unknown our our our our urgent afar with because so armor will show the child will alcohol or can if you're a you you've seen things that you don't you don't wanna share and you put the somewhere in the back of your brain so you allow people to get.

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