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Fresh update on "roosevelt" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "roosevelt" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Gas tax holiday Stay with WTO for more on these developing stories in just minutes where the time is four 47 A second air force cargo plane carrying baby formula from Germany arriving in Virginia today the plane will be met by First Lady Jill Biden and the Surgeon General CBS Meg Oliver is covering 114 pallets of hypoallergenic formula for infants will be sorted for delivery to hospitals Families in need and retailers nationwide as soon as this weekend In an effort to get them there faster the federal government has waived drive time requirements for truckers transporting vital baby formula ingredients and packaging Abbott nutrition said it expects to reopen its closed Michigan plant in early June and start shipping formula three weeks later Good Wednesday morning May 25th at four 24 48 in the morning And when it breaks rich owners with us in the WTO feed traffic soon All right still working 66 ease found they should eat the rest area manassas towards Centreville single far right could you buy please heads up there are delays getting into and through that work sound what's left of it This would be careful still unclear if they are starting to pick that one up We don't have a visual on that and have not heard from the front line as of late They better news is is that once you clear that work sound everything else out of your way you're in good shape all the way through Rosalind and the Roosevelt bridge.

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Biden says 'we have to act' after Texas school shooting

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 18 hrs ago

Biden says 'we have to act' after Texas school shooting

"President Biden is emotionally pleading for new gun restrictions after another mass shooting at an American school I am sick and tired of it We have to act The president says this just does not happen anywhere else Only in America are little kids killed in schools Second third fourth graders Standing in the Roosevelt room with the First Lady he said it's time to end it As a nation we have to ask when in God's name are we going to stand up to the gun lobby Sagar Meghani Washington

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Fresh update on "roosevelt" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "roosevelt" discussed on AP News Radio

" President Biden is emotionally pleading for new gun restrictions after another mass shooting at an American school. I am sick and tired of it. We have to act. The president says this just does not happen anywhere else. Only in America are little kids killed in schools. Second, third, fourth graders. Standing in the Roosevelt room with the First Lady, he said it's time to end it. As a nation, we have to ask, when in God's name, are we going to stand up to the gun lobby? Sagar Meghani, Washington.

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 Fort Bragg to be renamed Fort Liberty among Army bases losing Confederate names

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

Fort Bragg to be renamed Fort Liberty among Army bases losing Confederate names

"In independent panel is recommending new names for 9 army pose that commemorate confederate officers It's part of a broader military effort to confront racial injustice it includes changing the name of North Carolina's fort Bragg to fort liberty Throughout our history liberty remains the greatest value retired Brigadier general Thai sigilla the commission's co chair says it's also recommending naming bases for the first time after women and black soldiers Virginia's fort AP hill would be named in honor of Mary Edwards walker The army's first female surgeon and Ford Polk in Louisiana after sergeant William Henry Johnson Teddy Roosevelt called him one of the 5 bravest soldiers of the great war The panel's final naming report is due to Congress in August Sagar Meghani Washington

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Biden Wanted to Be the Next Franklin Roosevelt

Mark Levin

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden Wanted to Be the Next Franklin Roosevelt

"Because we now have a man in the Oval Office who lit a fuse To blow up our economic system Because he wanted to create a legacy for himself He wanted to be the next Franklin Roosevelt And so he was willing to destroy established traditions And processes and systems and lurch hard left He was desperate for this legacy A man in failing mental health who never had a high IQ or cognitive bone in his head to begin with

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How Did Ronald Reagan Wrestle Inflation?

The Dan Bongino Show

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

How Did Ronald Reagan Wrestle Inflation?

"So Chris talgo goes on Well how did Reagan fix this inflation era He says fortunately by the late 1980s Ronald Reagan's free market policies coupled with a hike in interest rates had wrestled inflation down to a more sustainable 4.6% Wow so they did fix it Those are called numbers lefties you may want to check that out Since the late 1980s inflation has remained off of Americans radar of things to worry about Until now So what happened Brandon happened Joe Biden happened That's what happened Single most destructive force the man has done more damage in close to two years than any president in modern American history Let's go Brandon and I agree Yeah I know you agree I'm serious I think this guy makes Barack Obama look like teddy Teddy Roosevelt

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Why America Is the Best Place for Jews

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:33 min | 3 weeks ago

Why America Is the Best Place for Jews

"Can I always try to tie in my own experience if I can't think of a worse thing to have done to Jewish kids than even and I was born right after the Holocaust. Amazingly, when I think about it, but had I been raised in a family, it said, you know, we're Jews and the going, the non Jews are out to get us. I would not have been the guy I am. I was raised by Jewish parents who obviously lived through not in Europe, but they lived through the period of the Holocaust. And I was told implicitly and explicitly that this is the best place that you could live. And they were right. Then Israel was created in fine. So putting Israel aside. The best place. And my father wrote a senior class thesis on anti semitism, America. There was plenty of it. And Roosevelt's administration was filled with it. This country didn't allow Jews in any numbers. Send a ship of Jews back to be slaughtered by the Nazis, the St. Louis. It's a terrible story. But nevertheless, it was a blessing to be a Jew here. It's a blessing to be a black here.

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The Russian Military's Weak NCO Corps on Display in Ukraine

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:24 min | 3 weeks ago

The Russian Military's Weak NCO Corps on Display in Ukraine

"No, I want to close admiral. Last question for you. I was at the beaches of Normandy with Duane two days passed. And one of the things that stuck in my mind was the heroism, not everyone of everyone involved of the leaders of the young lieutenants of general mcnerney of general Roosevelt, but they also paid particular attention to the NCOs that America was blessed with on that day that kept the men moving towards the beaches. As you take that in mind, how is the Ukrainian NCO core performed in this? I know their leadership at the top has been excellent, but as you watch as a trained military observer of every aspect of a military leadership, as your eye fallen on their NCOs, it has and here we have NATO and the west have really had extraordinary impact as follows. The Russian model of war military degrades the importance of the NCO core. It is all very officer driven because they want highly centralized control of everything. They don't want to delegate. They don't want, if you will, free market combat, where younger leaders are capable of moving out with their squad with their platoon under the leadership of a strong NCO.

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Hans Von Spakovsky: The Purpose of the Hatch Act

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | Last month

Hans Von Spakovsky: The Purpose of the Hatch Act

"In fact I've given her name I think it's zuck buck's two Because remember what happened at what happened in the 2020 election was Mark Zuckerberg and these other liberals funneled $450 million almost exclusively into big democratic densely populated urban cities and areas to basically move the get out the vote campaign into government election offices because that's where the money went Well the same people who engineered that are now in control in the Biden White House And so Biden almost as soon as he gets in issues this executive order ordering All executive cabinet agencies and offices to prepare a plan to enhance voter registration in the next election And I think what they've done is basically now moved to get out the vote campaign into federal government offices And look Dan here's a problem with this of course And you look you know this remember when you were a Secret Service agent you had to operate right under the patch act That's the same Federal employees officials can engage in political activity but a lot of people are forgotten The reason that law was passed in 1939 was because of all these scandals it turned out that in the 1938 congressional elections like the ones we are coming up are these federal Roosevelt government officials particularly in the works progress administration We're using their power over federal benefits

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Harry Truman Would Not Let US Return to Isolationism After WWII

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:57 min | Last month

Harry Truman Would Not Let US Return to Isolationism After WWII

"Isolationist was rampant through the after the World War I up until we actually got into World War II. Roosevelt dealt with this in his entire first part of his terms several terms dealing with rod up until World War II. It is firmly believed and you read the writing, you can see his understanding that Roosevelt understood that by the time Hitler was moving, we saw the occupations that he was making and the emphatic discussions from Churchill is that America was going to be into this war at some point. The question was, is when we would get into it. And I think if politically speaking, he would have probably gotten into it earlier, had it not been for the isolationist sentiment here in America. Now let's think about what this isolationist sentiment in America then. It was led by folks like Charles Lindbergh, national heroes who said, look, we only need to be concentrating on here inside our border. We only need to be a part of what we need to say to deal with our country as it exists. And the rest of the world needs to take care of itself. That was the isolation viewpoint. Frankly, if you look at TV and you look at others right now, you will see that that is becoming the discussion that we have right now among isolationist viewpoints and the effect of that of America not being a active world later. Now, I am of the opinion we don't need to be the America's police force. America is not the world's police force. We don't go into every idea and every part and say we're going to fix the problems everywhere. We're going to be a part of making sure though that the world is kept in check because frankly you can not view America and isolation anymore. Truman understood this after World War I into World War II. You have to be sort of understanding that isolationist viewpoint had a great deal of effect on how he dealt with

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A Look Back at the Life of Dwight Eisenhower

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:37 min | 2 months ago

A Look Back at the Life of Dwight Eisenhower

"Of course, was the 34th president of the United States. He served from 53 to 61. Sort of the capstone of his career, you know, most do knowing his president, but most know him again as he is being the supreme ally commander in Europe at the end of World War II and leading the offensive of all of our allies against the axis forces and Hitler and Nazi Germany. These all playing together for this became his final speech and there's a lot written about Eisenhower and I would encourage you just to the wood of Washington. If you want to know more about the man themselves, you want to know about how they grow up how they came about, I would encourage you to read their several books out there to go read about them because they're fascinating in their where they came from and how they got there. In fact, it's a really interesting correlation between sort of three presidents in a row and this is an extra for you podcast listeners today. For listening, you know, if you look at the middle of the century in the United States during the came out of the FDR presidency coming out of the great depression moving into World War II, you had a person who was in essence grown for politics. He was groomed in many ways and his family from his cousin to everybody to be a politician to be a leader of governor or president. That's what FDR Franklin Roosevelt was sort of groomed to be. And then you have the one who became president one of the biographies of his accidental president. Harry Truman was one who was not groomed. He came from very humble backgrounds. He came from a very working class middle of the country background and Missouri to know to the presidency. And took those took that office very seriously because of where he came from and in the desire to serve the country. And then you transition to another midwesterner in Eisenhower. So in the middle of our time frame there in which we went through The Great Depression World War II into what began the use of the atomic bomb, the use of the beginning of the Cold War. And then the space race toward the end of Eisenhower's term that was beginning, again, this buildup of nuclear power, this buildup of military power through Eisenhower's administration and even the beginnings of what we say we see the battle of Korea. And then we see the start of what would be known is from our perspective later in Eisenhower's administration owning the candidates and then Johnson's is the Vietnam War.

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Pastor Phil Waldrep Recalls the Question 'What's Wrong With Obadiah?'

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

01:45 min | 2 months ago

Pastor Phil Waldrep Recalls the Question 'What's Wrong With Obadiah?'

"So I thought I will deflect her question by asking her a question. I said, well, big mother is he sick? She said no. I said, well, that's probably what's wrong with him. You don't think about it. She said to something he's been dead for years, I said, big mother, we need to start this conversation over. You call to ask me what's wrong with obadiah. Now you tell me he's been dead for years, and it was then my grandmother explained her question. You see, my grandmother had a Bible that she got during World War II when Franklin Delano Roosevelt was president. I don't know what that had to do with it, but if you ever called attention to her Bible, my grandmother would say, I got this during World War II when Franklin Delano Roosevelt was president. And my grandmother had developed a habit of whenever she heard somebody preach, she would write in the margin of her Bible, their name and the date that they preached. And she would draw a little line over to the text that they used. Now, that's what my grandmother had done. Well, that morning, in my grandmother, had got up and ran to her devotion and the suggested scripture was from the Old Testament book of obadiah. And when my grandmother finished reading it, she looked down at her Bible that she had had since World War II when Franklin Delano Roosevelt was president. And she realized there was no markings in the margin of her Bible, and it occurred to her that since World War II when Franklin del nor Roosevelt was president, she had not heard one Sherman from the book of obadiah. And she began to wonder why, so she thought I'll call my preacher grandson and ask him, son, what's wrong with Obama?

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What Biden Could Do (But Won't) to Avoid WWIII

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | 3 months ago

What Biden Could Do (But Won't) to Avoid WWIII

"Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd dot com. We're going to dive into the continual coverage around Russia and Ukraine. That's not the only thing we're going to cover today. There's a lot of other news stories that I think that are being, let's say, covered up because of the fixation on Russian Ukraine and don't get me wrong. Russian Ukraine the story matters when a superpower invades a small country, that should be something that we talk about and that we dive into and especially the ramifications and the implications here domestically, but there's inflation, there's questions about domestic markets. There's questions about our porous southern border. There's a lot going on here. We're also going to dive deep into the preview of Biden's State of the Union address tonight as he gives his first State of the Union address. But I tried to find some commentary of what Joe Biden has been doing the last couple of days. Now we know he's not a leader. We know he's no Teddy Roosevelt trying to broker peace as Teddy Roosevelt did between the Russians and the Japanese in the early 1900s, which won him a Nobel Peace Prize, but where is Joe Biden exactly?

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Larry Schweikart Discusses His New Book 'Dragonslayers'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:30 min | 3 months ago

Larry Schweikart Discusses His New Book 'Dragonslayers'

"So you're the author of this new book, dragon slayers. So has Abraham Lincoln, Grover Cleveland, my man, Teddy Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump. So and thank you, police promote it. It's a very interesting take. It says, you basically 6 presidents and their war with the swamp. So the way we define the swamp on this program is the fourth branch of government, the deep state the unelected, right, kind of the German historicist model of infiltrating the constitutional order with the subversive suppressive group of people that are always trying to have their agenda implemented. How would you define it? Well, I like Bannon's definition, which is the administrative state. And it was started early on, it really starts with Martin Van Buren. One of the people in the president more than almost anybody else in history because a president that's right. He was the 8th president. Right. And as I said, he stepped on the stage just collapsed. Massive financial panic, the minute he became president. But he had created a spoil system to protect slavery. And this is why I try to insist to people, you know, the Democratic Party was created and founded and formed for one purpose only. And that was to protect and preserve slavery. That was the entire basis for which Van Buren and Andrew Jackson create the party. And to do so, they set up a system whereby loyalists to the party would be rewarded with jobs, but we called the spoil system or the administrative state because you got to put these guys somewhere. So you put them in bureaus and agencies and so on and so forth. And up until the time of the Civil War, this wasn't a very big deal because the Democrats more or less had total control of government for about 30 years. But then Lincoln gets elected and everything changes. Because now it's sort of like Trump, the wrong guys in charge of this giant apparatus that we built and could be a real threat with it. So I deal with Lincoln's war with the slave swamp, which was also known as the slave power conspiracy. And it was very real. It was a real group. And he was a genius in how he and the other Republicans of the day figured out, you know, slavery is not in a

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How Can People Who Love Freedom Support Progressives?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

How Can People Who Love Freedom Support Progressives?

"It's very, it's very interesting that the people of the freest, most affluent country in the history of the world would vote for progressives. Ruminate on why that might be why do people find Wilson and why do people find leftism in America? I understand around the world, but wouldn't Americans in their DNA recoil? You would think so. We had about a 20 year progressive trend that really started with Theodore Roosevelt. Taft and then of course Wilson really put it on. Well, those two were Republicans. And progressive. They were certainly different than Harding. There's no question about that. This is when you start to see a little bit of a shift in the parties.

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San Francisco Voters Recall 3 Board of Education Members

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:07 min | 3 months ago

San Francisco Voters Recall 3 Board of Education Members

"A small piece of hopeful news good news out of San Francisco, the city has voted decisively. This is the voters. More than 70%. In a recall vote to throw out three of the members of the city school board. And the vote was not close. Allison Collins recalled by 78% to 21% Gabriella Lopez, 74% to 24%. Falga moliga recalled 71% to 27%. So this is massive majorities liberal majorities have decided to give these three scoundrels the boat. So you might ask, what's going on in San Francisco? Well, by and large, the city school board has been in complete, has kept the schools in complete shutdown. And parents are getting increasingly restless. My kids aren't getting a proper education. They're essentially being cognitively deprived for the larger part of two years when other schools gonna open, but instead of focusing on that, what the city school board was focused on is renaming the schools. Apparently, these three characters were leading a drive to rename a whole bunch of schools in San Francisco. The Abraham Lincoln school, the George Washington school, the Thomas Jefferson school that Theodore Roosevelt school, the Robert Louis Stevenson school, Nepal revere school all renamed, and the decision to rename them was taken literally in seconds. Apparently they had a sort of a research committee, the school names advisory committee, they did no real research. They did basically Google and Wikipedia. And they just decided, Abraham Lincoln, yeah, you freed the slaves, but who cares? You know, he was the American Indians didn't do very well under Lincoln. Boom, he's gone. And this was the methodology. No debate, no consultation with historians, no effort to sort of do a balanced assessment. The only time a balanced assessment came up as somebody said, well, wasn't Malcolm X kind of a racist in the early part of his career, and they were like, yeah, but he got better later. So what we're not gonna read. We're not gonna take his name off the

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DeRozan, Vucevic lead way as Bulls hold off Cavs 117-104

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

DeRozan, Vucevic lead way as Bulls hold off Cavs 117-104

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In Order to Break Apart the Promise of Our Founders, It Takes an Event

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | 4 months ago

In Order to Break Apart the Promise of Our Founders, It Takes an Event

"Let's take one very simple example. Franklin Delano Roosevelt's new deal, which restructured the federal government, which empowered independent regulatory agencies that strengthened unelected bureaucrats that was almost the permanent implementation of what is known as the fourth branch of government. Started with Woodrow Wilson, started a little bit before that with Teddy Roosevelt, but it was really Franklin Delano Roosevelt that had the mandate to expand the federal government. What was it that gave him

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"roosevelt" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:04 min | 6 months ago

"roosevelt" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"There you have it Franklin Roosevelt So changed the nature of the United States We changed the course of history 16 and a half million men and women would go to war 16 and a half million 16 and a half million Very few of whom were alive today And of course what followed after that was Hitler Mussolini full scare war A very very difficult war for four and a half years Almost half a million American dead Millions and millions of civilians Throughout Europe Southeast Asia other parts of the world killed The Holocaust Japan's brutality throughout Southeast Asia including in China and the Korea And of course Italy Italy You see what's building today on the 80th anniversary of the Attack on Pearl Harbor You see the war clouds There's no avoiding it There's no pretending otherwise China seeks confrontation When they think they have the upper hand And in no time at all They've built themselves into a military superpower How they've gotten there we can complain about it but they're there Russia seeks to move west What's west Of course the captured nations we used to call them Ukraine and the Baltics Among others but so as Poland And so as hungry Communist China threatening Japan threatens the Philippines threatened to Vietnam Threatens South Korea Destroyed Hong Kong Has its sights on Taiwan Iran is within weeks or months of having a nuclear missile Which it says it's going to use And it is prepared for war You heard Franklin Roosevelt The other day you heard Ronald Reagan The other day you heard president Trump Does anybody seriously believe other than the propagandist in the media and the Democrat party The this commander in chief Joe Biden is up to the task Has he done anything so far that demonstrates His comprehension of what needs to be done What do you think Roosevelt and Reagan and Trump would do today They would be pouring arms into Ukraine not soldiers but arms in the Ukraine And all day today I stood in here about the 1994 Budapest memorandum What else would they be doing There would be pouring weapons potentially into Taiwan And they wouldn't have a diplomatic ban on the Olympics They'd be done with the Olympics The Olympics The Olympics with a genocidal China Some believable NBC corporation Owned by Comcast The National Basketball Association So many other aspects of the culture that attacks our country from within That wants to talk about slavery but only if they can talk about it in the United States a 150 years ago What about ongoing slavery Not a word Ongoing genocide not a word Gutless money hungry buffoons We can our country from within and strengthen our enemy from without In Iran We have a president and administration.

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Pearl Harbor: The Day of Infamy

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:40 min | 6 months ago

Pearl Harbor: The Day of Infamy

"Well, the summer 7th of course was Pearl Harbor, 1941. A day which will live in infamy. The man overseeing the base operations in Hawaii if I remember correctly his name is admiral husband. Husband Kimmel, my memory serves me right. Now it's this great metaphor, which is and it's actually tragic. He was a great guy. He just decided to go golfing on the wrong day. He went golfing on a beautiful Hawaiian morning and next thing you know the pre emptive strike against the United States occurred, which basically sunk our entire Pacific fleet. Thousands of Americans died. And left us so geo politically and strategically vulnerable. In the hours and days that followed, there was fear that the Japanese would attack California next that amphibious ground amphibious invasion of the western part of the United States was imminent. America's reaction to Pearl Harbor showed us the type of country we were. We didn't tolerate it. Even FDR a left wing Democrat rallied the forces domestically and said, we are now going to go to war and we are going to win. Franklin Delano Roosevelt and cut 28. So today that will live in infamy. Play cut 28. Yesterday, the summer 7, 19, 41. A date which will live in infamy. The United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked. By naval air forces of the empire of France, as the moderate chief of the army and baby, I have directed an all measures be taken for the battle. Remember the character of the unsolved against us. I asked congressman clown a state of war between the United States and the Japanese empire. The speech is really good. And it said a lot about who we were as a nation, what we were willing to do to defend the homeland.

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The Teddy Roosevelt Speech That Makes Liberals Lose Their Minds

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | 6 months ago

The Teddy Roosevelt Speech That Makes Liberals Lose Their Minds

"Did you ever hear about the famous essay that Teddy Roosevelt wrote? Let me quote from it. He wrote it in 19, it was a speech. He gave in 1907. Listen to this. Here are Teddy Roosevelt's words. In the first place, we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else. For it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed or birthplace or origin. But this is predicated upon the person's becoming in every facet and American and nothing but an American. There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also isn't an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag. We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language. And we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people. That's why they hate Teddy Roosevelt. You imagine saying that in 2021, oh my gosh. But what Mike lindell has been through would be a walk in the park compared to anybody who dared say, we have one flag, we have one language, if you're an immigrant, assimilate. Oh my gosh, they'd lose their minds.

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"roosevelt" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"roosevelt" Discussed on Newt's World

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"roosevelt" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

11:55 min | 2 years ago

"roosevelt" Discussed on Newt's World

"And here's where it gets interesting. Roosevelt is a reformer and the New York machine hated him but they had a problem. They'd had a little bit of corruption. And they were GONNA lose. The next governor's race and all the patronage and all the contracting power and all the money and so they needed somebody to be there front man and so they went to Roosevelt and said look. You're a hero. And we want you to run for Governor and Roosevelt. Who always was willing to take the next opportunity? Came along and in that sense. He's a little bit like Winston Churchill and his life as a continuing series of enormously energetic gambles so he runs for the governor of New York and he runs with the train which is celebrating the charge of San Juan Hill. He has rough riders with him. They have people who can play the bugle. They basically are whipping up the patriotism the if you're a Patriot your Theodore Roosevelt and if you just were one of those people who wanted to haul back with corruption then you're going to vote for though yet so he wins and he is now the governor of the largest state in the country and that leads to a very different situation because it turns out that Roosevelt really is as he has always been a reformer and so he uses the governorship to start reforming New York. State government well. The machine is horrified. I mean they elected him to keep power so that they could use the power for their own enrichment and here he is taking apart their system so they wanna get rid of him. They're desperate to get him out of the state and along comes opportunity for Roosevelt to become the vice presidential nominee. And there's a great story that mckinlay's great adviser one of the greatest managers in American political. History was not in town the day. This decision was made and he turned. He said when he was told about it. Do you realize there's only one heartbeat between that damned cowboy in the White House and in fact. Mckinley was shot and died. And here you are in nineteen o one with Theodore Roosevelt President. Now you could not possibly an early eighteen ninety seven before the Spanish American war. You couldn't possibly have figured out how four short years later Theodore Roosevelt would end up being president but he was president and when he became president he was the most sophisticated populist to occupy the White House in modern times for example he understood that Associated Press which at that time was the dominant method of communicating for the news media in the country. The Associated Press every Sunday night at a huge hole. What it was covering. There's nothing going on. And yet they had to fill up for the Monday morning papers so every Sunday afternoon. Roosevelt would issue a statement which we get picked up and giving huge coverage because it met this associated. Press's need to have something and so Rosa began to become much better known that any president since Abraham Lincoln. He was also just an amazingly personable guy. One point he's boxing in the White House and the Retina of one of his is is detached and he can't see and he doesn't want his wife to learn that he had just lost sight on one of his ice so he kept boxing trying to avoid the I hit him on that side of his head and he would do stuff like this all the time. He was an archer. He was one hundred one of the things that made you. Amazingly popular was in one thousand nine hundred two. He went on hunting trip out west and there was a bear cub that somebody had tied to a tree so roosevelt shooting irresolute to kill bear. Cover you crazy. Well a Brooklyn. Toymaker decided that he would create a stuffed bear. Which at the time was called Teddy's bear and then became. Of course I teddy bear and it became wildly popular. And so here. You have a president who is continuing to be sort of slightly a wild man but is a wild man with a big smile and people love him is so much energy bouncing all over the place so lots of people get to see him and five his daughter Alice marriage. Nicholas Longworth the congressman from Ohio. And was the biggest social event of the decade. So many want set of Roosevelt that to truly understand teddy you have to recognize. He wants to be the bride at every wedding and the corpse at every funeral really was how Roosevelt operated. It was his whole excitement about life. He wrote constantly published many books and he had a pretty serious sense of what he believed in what he was trying to do. And he was faced with a huge crisis and nineteen ninety-two o two because it was a big coal strike and it became obvious during the coal strike that the mine owners thought that they they were more powerful than the United States Government and Roosevelt brought them into the White House and he said look. Here's the situation. I am the president of the United States. I am prepared to send the. Us Army in to take over your minds. So unless you WANNA lose control of your mind potentially permanently. You'RE GONNA sit down and work out a deal with the strikers and I just want all of your member I'm the president and you're not and it was the first really big imposition of executive power on large businesses in America. And it stunned them. They began also to create a gap between the Reform Republicans and the old guard and the old guard was in favor of the big businesses and the reformers were in favor of the public interest at large and were willing to take on the big businesses in. Roseau clearly was in the group that was in favor of taking on a big business. It wasn't that he was for small things. It's important to remember that. They've been several efforts to build a canal across the isthmus both in Nicaragua and in Panama and actually one of the more fun things was as they were trying to decide whether to go to Nicaragua to Panama. One of the people who favored panel convinced the Post Office to issue a series of stamps showing volcanoes going off in Nicaragua and the house. One the more subtle examples of lobbying because people began to figure out. Well Gosh if they have all those volcanoes maybe that's not the right place to put the canal however Panama was owned by Columbia Columbia had a contract with the French who had failed. There are a number of technical problems. Digging the canal and in addition yellow fever killed the workers and enlarging rate and in nineteen ninety-three probably with the encouragement of the United States. There was a rebellion and Panama and the United States happen to have a warship nearby which happen to block the Colombian Navy from going back to impose order and therefore it was fair to say that Roosevelt invented panel. In order to build the canal he then undertook a project which would take until nineteen fourteen to complete. And if you've ever been to the Panama Canal you realize what huge engineering achievement? This was was also a huge public health achievement. Because in fact Walter Reed was the medical doctor for the US army and he discovered how to stop yellow fever and the result was an enormous improvement in health. So Roosevelt undertakes what is an enormous project and changes history during the Panama Canal has been a major part of world. Congress has been a major part of American national security because it allows us to move ships back and forth between the Atlantic and Pacific dramatically. Faster than if you have to go all the way around South America the Russians and the Japanese of fighting a very very tough war the Russians had been losing but the Japanese were running out of money and so they were pretty desperate to find a solution and Roosevelt invited them. Both to come to New Hampshire to Portsmouth with had a peace conference in Nineteen Zero four and Roosevelt. Got Them to sign an agreement ending the war and nineteen O six. He got the Nobel Peace Prize. Here is a many ways a militaristic personality. A guy who cheerfully went off to war and Cuba guy who cheerfully sent the Navy off to war in Manila and yet he is a very very good diplomat. Very successful and as you can imagine somewhere between the Panama Canal Teddy's bear and everything else he was doing. He was wildly popular. And in one thousand nine hundred four and the only time he really run up to that point national because he was the vice presidential nominee under McKinley nineteen hundred but he beat the contender out and Parker. Three hundred and thirty six to one hundred and forty electoral votes and the margin was just enormous. I would say Roosevelt may have at his peak. Been the most popular American presidents since George Washington that people just really liked him they thought he personified American nationalism that his energy has drive he was also daring in Nineteen Zero Nine. He becomes the first president to ride in a car which at that period was fairly daring thing to do. I've always liked the story. That in one thousand nine hundred six Roosevelt was eating breakfast while he was reading. Upton Sinclair's the jungle which has a scene in which a worker falls into a VAT and becomes sausage and Roosevelt was halfway through his breakfast sausage as he read this scene and he promptly sent up a note Create the Food and Drug Administration. Now I don't know that that's totally true but it's always struck me such a wonderfully apocryphal story. That it should be true. Roosevelt was an activist in foreign policy. In one thousand nine hundred five. He forced the Dominican Republic to install an American economic advisor who's really inappropriate purposes the country's financial director running as an economic protectorate nineteen. O Six. He set up a military protectorate in Cuba. He put pressure on Canada. Boundary Dispute Over Alaska. So again he's constantly doing things because he loved the outdoors and because he was part of the progressive reform wing of the Republican Party. He urged Congress to create the Forest Service so that the government would manage their forest reserves in a professional way he developed almost five times as much land as all of his predecessors combined in fact Roosevelt set aside one hundred ninety four million acres by nineteen o seven. He has a real diplomatic quarrel. Because the Japanese government is very angry about anti-japanese sentiment California and he works out what was called the gentlemen's agreement in which effect we would not pass laws against the Japanese but the Japanese government would restrict Japanese immigration. A So a sort of a face-saving win win. Nineteen hundred eight. His handpicked successor succeeded him. And this was one of the sad moments. If you will American Politics William Howard. Taft was a remarkable man physically enormous and had been a very successful governor.

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"roosevelt" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"roosevelt" Discussed on Newt's World

"I want to share with you. The human whirlwind that was Theodore Roosevelt. Roosevelt was amazing both as an individual and because in some ways he personified the America that was emerging at the beginning of the twentieth century. I find him to be one of the most extraordinary American presidents just because of the sheer range that he was capable of doing here is obviously extraordinarily bright and wrote a very early age a guide to birds in New York state. He wrote a history of the Naval War of eighteen twelve which is still considered a remarkable book and that by the way was done at a very early age I think in his early twenties. So here you've got. This guy who is born. Relatively weak had asthma and really went to work building up. His physical strength became ultimately a cowboy was driven to be successful to be unique and while he was doing all of that he got involved in politics. But it's fascinating because he didn't fit any pattern that you could have imagined on the one hand he was a Roosevelt and therefore in effect part of the aristocracy of that time. The kind of person who went to Harvard the kind of person who had lots of Nice outfits and went to Nice events on the other hand. He was a politician and he was determined to rise in. Politics is a great line where one of his friend says to him. How can you go out to these German and Irish bars and be hanging out with those normal working? People and Roosevelt's response was simply said luck. Power in this city is in those bars. I want to be part of how decisions are made now. You don't need to go to those bars. But then you're always going to be on the outside and always gonNA come to somebody WHO's in the. Bardi at the decision and I want to be in that room. I WanNa do that and Rosanna. Went out at a very early age and began developing a whole series of activities. He was always a reformer. I think it was partly because he's had this edge to him on. The one hand is sort of a puritan in his toughness in his desire to fix things and improve things on the other hand he loved life so much that he just kind of bubbled over and you have to think of him. Almost has a pot on the stove. Where everyday things are coming out of the pot and you have no idea what's going to happen next. So for example at one point he becomes the police commissioner of New York City and he decides he'll actually enforce the law and the law said the. You couldn't have bars and saloons open on Sunday. So he closed them well. People were enraged because he was violating the way in which they had historically operated and he said well if you want them open change the law but as long as I'm the police commissioner we're closing at which point of course. They fired him because they didn't want to get involved in this and he had a certain lack of common sense in that sense that he was so driven that again and again he would do things with your tape people. He was very active in the Republican Party. And in fact in the election of eighteen ninety six it is Roosevelt and the mayor of Syracuse. Who come up with the best argument against William Jennings Bryan and argument. Which is then picked up by William. Mckinley and McKinley promptly won the elections over. One gives Roseau appointments the number two person in the Navy Department and one weekend. The Secretary of the Navy happens to be gone and Roosevelt on his own. Hook sends out a note saying that he wants. The American Fleet Undo. Each of that point was sitting in Hong Kong and he wants them to go to Manila now. He had no authority to do that. He just did it and luckily for us. When the Spanish American war broke out the American fleet was ready to defeat. The Spanish and the battle of Manila Bay on Roosevelt was heroic. Even though he had totally exceeded his authority before that his wife who he adored had died he was very depressed and he went out to the DAKOTAS. Border Ranch became a genuine rancher again. Remember the guy who starts in life sort of weak physically builds himself up becomes a boxer becomes a writer ends up now leaving behind all of his social friends all of the Harvard connections in his out there ranching and having a great time and recovering from the death of his wife and a one point actually helps arrest several rustler's he's genuinely a man of the West and that becomes an advantage to him when the war breaks out was Spain because he organizes well recalled Colonel Roosevelt's rough riders regiment that he pulled together a volunteers teddy's bringing friends of his from the DAKOTAS. Who are showing up native Americans cowboys and the New York Polo Club is sending people. Because after all it's Theodore Roosevelt so he is blending together these very elegant Ivy League Polo players and these very inelegant cowboys and native Americans into the rough riders. And they actually end up getting along very well and end up charging up San Juan Hill although technically wasn't San Juan Hill but his Kennel Hill towards the San Juan Heights. But everybody at the time said Oh San Juan Hill is. Somebody once said gift to choose. Between fact and legend print the Legend so Roosevelt comes home having led this heroic charge up the hill and he's a genuine war hero. Next the anti-corruption candidate Roselle becomes governor of New York. Then Vice President of the United States..

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"roosevelt" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"roosevelt" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Doing it in a very methodical way. Because it's not the same as a cruise ship that ship has Armaments on an aircraft on it we have to be with fires at their fires on on more the ship. We have to run a nuclear power plants or there are a lot of things that we have to do on that ship and make it a little bit different and unique but we're managing it and we're working through and we're taking all the input and we appreciate all the Info from the CEO the chef medical command on that ship. And we're going to work on those those issues immediately. For residents of the island of Guam Population. About one hundred. Seventy thousand allowing sales to disembark is a big concern in the headlines. The Pacific News Center a major developing situation this morning after the captain of the USS Theodore Roosevelt pled with Navy leaders to radio station K. G. UM in Guam's capital had gotten Guam's governor. Liu Leon Guerrero announced today that she is working on a plan to quarantine sailors in local hotels. Lola Leon Guerrero is on Guam. She's an activist with the group Independent. Guan which is concerned about the governor's decision Guam is already trying to contain the rapid spread of covert. That's happening on a very tiny island with just a little over one hundred sixty thousand people we already have seventy seven cases on Guam and so bringing in a carrier with five thousand people who have been in such close quarters with each other And Cova rapidly spreading there that the Annan needs to be able to focus on the community here to the governor of Guam. Promise the navy anything. Well the governor of Guam. After the captain of the carrier wrote a letter about how serious the issue was The governor and the admiral started making decisions to house those who are testing negative in local hotels and they have said that they're going to ensure that a local hotel workers don't interact with the people coming off the carrier that they're working on How that's what that's GonNa look like. Do you know if any sailors have disembarked yet. No so the house of what this is GonNa look like a haven't really been made available to the community. A lot of the numbers have not been officially made available to the community in terms of how many people have already tested positive on the carrier. This information is vital. I believe to our community and it's a big difference from they will stay on the carrier or on peace to now we will be housing them in the hotels. How a dilemma is is for the residents of Guam because Captain Brett Crozier. The commander of the Roosevelt is pleading for help. I mean he's saying. Us troops are in a life and death situation. How are people talking about that? You know what the groups have been saying. Is that if we know. For a fact that it's spreading rapidly on the ship and then you remove them from the ship and you bring them into the local community even one new case in the local community because of how small and interconnected this community is could lead to many many more cases and that is problematic Nobody said that we want to turn away the sailors from from health. Care that they need you. Know there are People Guam. Who served in the navy and our on this carrier and we by no means want them to be mistreated or put their lives at risk. No what we're saying is the navy has the resources to handle this within their base. We should also point out that. Many residents of Guam our veterans or active duty Navy. Some are actually aboard the Roosevelt. Right now so how do those ties between Guam and the US military complicate the situation for people on the island we constantly because of you know our relationship with the United States and with the military particularly the people of Guam? Truly not being able to say you know what we need to focus on how we're going to handle the increasing number of cases that we have and there isn't enough information for us to really know what we're expecting here There hasn't been transparency. On behalf of the Military Victoria. Lola Leon. Guerrero is an activist with the group independent Kuun. She's been speaking with us from Guam Victoria. Thank you very much for your time in good health to you and your family remember the novel. Corona virus is just that novel. New Epidemiologists are learning about it. In real time as it continues its global path of destruction. One question. They're trying to answer is whether there is a seasonal aspect to it. Does it behave like the flu.

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"roosevelt" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:51 min | 3 years ago

"roosevelt" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Day that is earned. Imaginations that the American people because on that day America lost its champion. Franklin Delano Roosevelt is dead. The presidency in the hands of Roosevelt through the war. And through the depression came to be understood as an institution that could not shake and in April of nineteen Forty-five. Everyone could read the headlines and see that the United States was on the eve of victories. Not only in Europe over the hitlerites, but also in the Pacific over the imperial Japanese. However Roosevelt is dead. What happens now is part of the story of modernity. This is the moment that the powers the great powers. America britain. And Russia must decide what is to be done with the rest of the twentieth century and well into the twenty first century, a new book Potsdam the end of World War Two and the remaking of Europe by Michael Nyberg takes us to the three men who are most important at this moment. Churchill prime minister of Great Britain since nineteen forty Stalin. The head of the communist party and really in charge of what you'd have to say is a ruthless. Autocracy since the nineteen twenties and Harry Truman, suddenly not only a new man to the presidential office. He was chosen as vice president the summer of nineteen forty four out of nowhere. According to the reports, but suddenly he is the leader of the United States of America. And he's not well briefed. I learned this from Michael Michael, a very good evening to you. Congratulations. And let's go to mmediately to those three men. I the way. The way Truman. Here's the news. He's both stunned and at the same time, it points out the inadequacy of his preparation, why wasn't he prepared to be president? Good evening. Michael good evening. It's really an astonishing thing to look back distort record and see just how unbelievably unprepared Truman was when he was nominated to become vice president everybody saw that. This is not the man that you want taking the range of government in the event of an emergency. Nobody took the time either. When he was a candidate. Or when he was president to really try to build him up to try to explain to him some of the things that were going on. It's just remarkable. He had never been allowed into the map room. Which is what we've now called the situation room in in the White House. He barely met with Franklin Roosevelt. The cabinet advisers around Roosevelt took almost no effort to try to brief term. And and it's a remarkable thing to look back. But the way the law was written in the way the constitution was written in nineteen Forty-five. When Roosevelt died in Truman became. President. There was no constitutional requirement to name a vice president. So part of it is is just the lack of thought that the father had given to this office and part of it. I really think was the kind of cognitive dissonance. As you noted Roosevelt had been in that office since nineteen thirty three longer than anybody else helped the presidency. He hit personified that office for so many millions of Americans and people overseas, the idea of him, not being there was just something that I think people psychologically could not get their heads around. And yet there was anti you quote, MacArthur, having met him saying in six months, he will be gone. The Roosevelt who appeared at Yalta shocked people who hadn't seen him for a while the quotas. He looked like Haiti's that he looked like a sick, man. So there was much anticipation that he was not strong. Did they expect him to recover and what accounts for Roosevelt not preparing Truman? What was Roosevelt's thinking? It's really remarkable. You're absolutely right about people looking at Roosevelt. Elton really seeing how how he looked? There were other people who said look, it's just about of pneumonia. He's gonna be fine his own doctors gave him really very moderate medical advice. They told him, you know, quit smoking drink a little bit less. Really nothing radical nothing to suggest just how sick Roosevelt was why Roosevelt didn't bring Truman more into his confidence is a really profound question. And I'm not sure that I have a very good answer. Remember Roosevelt, kind of kept his own secretary of state at bay like to do a lot of things himself that may be part of it part of it may also be that he just didn't know term, and he just didn't feel very comfortable around German. It's it's really a remarkable thing. There was another man up for that nomination in nineteen forty four who later became secretary of state James Byrnes, who if if the Democratic Party leaders thought that Roosevelt was going to die. Burns would have been the obvious choice. He had been supreme court Justice. He had been in the Senate. He had been. In the house of representatives. He was a very experienced very well known figure they didn't pick him. They went for Harry Truman for a number of reasons. But one of them has to be that they thought that Roosevelt was gonna live out that that fourth term Churchill when he heard the news the quote here he was in profound shock did he go into a depression? I know he'd been drinking heavily, but did he drink more heavily? I think it has to things that are that are happening in this time period. One he knows what Great Britain has lost Roosevelt. Now, he and Roosevelt had their disagreements at Yalta Roosevelt had insisted on a degree of separation. The special relationship wasn't always special, but Churchill had someone in Roosevelt that he could talk to someone he thought he understood. And now we had this complete unknown in Harry Truman he had a man Truman did not go to college. He was a very different background from Roosevelt and his people most of whom had Ivy league backgrounds. So not only is he dealing with another person. He's dealing with another kind of part of America. And the second thing that's going on. And this is what I think really drove Churchill. Is his awareness that Great Britain is in deep. Trouble deep financial trouble. Deep political trouble. There was to India to deal with it the end of the war. There was still Hong Kong and Singapore places where Britain had been either kicked out or come under severe pressure during the war. And he was aware that the United States was probably not gonna help in in Britain recovering their imperial assets. And I think that's really what drove him into the sense that Britain was entering a real crisis. Even though Britain had come out of this this war, victorious Stalin. And when he heard the news, you have a note here that FDR did not understand Stalin did Stalin understand that Churchill was that Roosevelt was sick to death. I think two things are going on here as well. I think stolen understood that that Roosevelt is the devil that he knew. And I I don't mean that to pejoratively he he looked down on Churchill Stalin. Daddy. He didn't think very much of Churchill, but he had a deep respect for Roosevelt. He had seen Roosevelt obviously, Yalta he had seen the decline in in Roosevelt's health. I haven't seen anything to indicate that he expected Roosevelt to die by all accounts Stalin was deeply shocked when he when he found out the other thing that's playing and we don't know for sure that knew about it. But my guess is that he did in nineteen forty Truman had made some very anti Russian very anti Stalin comments that were reported any American media and the New York Times not hard to find not hard to find at all. And so my guess was stolen was saying that you know, that that Roosevelt is going to be replaced or succeeded by men who could be very very difficult to deal with indeed. And that must have been playing on his mind as well this enough uncertainty in the world. Now, you lose Franklin Roosevelt as well. It just compounds the uncertainty. Yes, let's underline what Truman had said in nineteen forties. A member of the Senate, but he said a looking at the invasion, invasion of the imminent, invasion or conflict between Russia and Germany. They were loggerheads nineteen forty forty one. We all know, the Germany invaded Russia to the surprise of Stalin in nineteen forty one. I will paraphrase Truman said if Germany's winning two big will side with Russia if Russia's winning to big will side with Germany. We want them to kill each other. That's the new president of the United States. One more person is important here. Eleanor roosevelt. She says to Harry Truman when he arrives back at the White House. He'd been drinking with Sam Rayburn in the board of education room in the capitol. He rushed back and Harry Truman gallantly said. Is there anything I can do for you? And Eleanor said is there anything I can do for you for you are the one in trouble. Now, he was in trouble the recognize that right away. Michael he knew it. He knew it. He knew how much trouble he was in. He knew he wasn't prepared for this. He also knew that the advisers that Roosevelt had around him where people that didn't fully trust chairman. So there's going to be this process. Even before trimming goes to Europe for the Potsdam conference where Truman is gonna going to have to completely reshuffle that cabinet. I'm gonna have to get people in there that he understands people can understand him and people that he feels he can get the right advice out of. And I you know, Eleanor Roosevelt certainly knew the inside world of Washington and new what trimming was stepping into. And it's again, it's remarkable to think of somebody stepping into that after having been a relatively obscure Senator all of a sudden finding himself vice president and virtually no preparation for what was undoubtedly the most dangerous point in world history. As you noted in the intro of trying to put the world back together. And here is Harry Termine with no college education. No, real background in the executive branch of government at all. And no advisers around him that he trusts and about ninety days to trinity Michael Nyberg is a professor of history. The Henry L stems and chair of history security. Studies of the department of national security strategy at the US army war college. The new book is pasta some the end of World War Two and the remaking of Europe when we come back Harry Truman chooses a cabinet and.

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"roosevelt" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"roosevelt" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"To learn more about owner, you can check out the very excellent blanche wise in cooks biography of Eleanor Roosevelt, which is three volumes. You have the early years the defining years in the warriors and after so when you retire, and you have time to read these three volume biographies, go for it. Eleanor roosevelt. Also wrote the autobiography of Roosevelt. She also wrote you learn by living eleven keys for more fulfilling life, and then finally the book by Susan win, which came out in two thousand sixteen Eleanor hick, the low that shaped a first lady. So I know that was a lot. But. I feel like she's someone that people are like, yes, she was important. But like aren't totally sure why I always thought that she did all of this good after her husband died. I guess I didn't realize that. She was like actively like doing from moment one. Yeah. And you all should know that Julia is Ryan right now. History makes me emotional. Threes. The story of. Time and space reaching back. You should get emotional about history. It's like the best stories ever told. First cries of the. Seventy eight seventy eight. So to kind of fall of emir, my quizzes called first lady's. This is a quiz on exemplary women who were the first in their field. Question. One Jeannette Rankin was the first American woman to hold federal office in the United States, which Big Sky state. Did she represent in the US house of representatives from nineteen seventeen to nineteen nineteen and again from nineteen forty one to nineteen forty three. Question. Two on June sixteenth, nineteen sixty three the Vostok six a single person Soviet capsule was launched into space with the project designed to collect data on the female human bodies reaction to spaceflight the cosmonaut inside the crafts, but two days twenty.

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01:52 min | 3 years ago

"roosevelt" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Yeah. Oh, my I don't know who did it. But who would hit Eleanor Roosevelt with their own basical tall, so recognizable? You know, what it was? He was probably like Zing. However in nineteen sixty two she was given serious, which activated dormant case of to Burke, Yalo's her bones onto Burkey, low says and it with say with me too. And she died of resulting cardiac failure at her Manhattan. Home on the upper east side on November. Seventh nineteen sixty two at age seventy eight president John F Kennedy ordered all US flags lowered half staff throughout the world on November eighth in tribute to Roosevelt. Among prominent attendees at her funeral in Hyde Park on November ten thousand sixty two were president Kennedy. Vice president Lyndon Johnson in former presidents Truman and Eisenhower. Eleanor was interred next to her husband in the rose garden at spring would the Roosevelt family home at the services politician, Adly Stevenson, said what other single human being has touched and transformed the existence of so many adding she would rather light a candle than curse the darkness and her glow has warmed the world. Oh, she was so good. Yeah. That's we'd so at least she probably got to have some happiness in her life, absolutely. So some extra recognition awards for her in nineteen seventy to the Eleanor Roosevelt institute was founded it merged with Franklin D Roosevelt four freedoms foundation in nineteen eighty seven to become the Roosevelt institute a liberal American think-tank the organization exists to carry forward. The legacy in values of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt by developing progressive ideas and bold leadership in the service over storing America's promise of opportunity to all owner was posthumously inducted into the.

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04:14 min | 3 years ago

"roosevelt" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Each containing a dime to the White House and Cantor's fundraising appeal collected more than eighty five thousand dollars, and what the press called a silver-tied which actually swamped White House. Wow. So that's where the name the martime. Oh, that's interesting. When FDR addressed the congress person on March first nineteen forty five about a month before he died. He made. Public reference to his disability for the first time in twenty years. Oh, he said, quote, I hope you will pardon me for this unusual posture of sitting down. But I know you will realize that if it makes a lot easier for me not to have to carry about ten pounds of steel around on the bottom of my likes while. So FDR he dies on April twelfth nineteen forty five. After suffering a cerebral hemorrhage at the little White House in warm springs, Georgia, which he had kind of built up as like, a, you know, these warm, baths and stuff to help him with his illness. Eleanor later learned that FDR's mistress Lucy, Mercer Rutherford had been with him when he died which was made even worse, and she found out that her daughter Anna had been aware of the ongoing relationship between the president and Lucy. So he promised her in nineteen eighteen he wasn't going to see her anymore. She went and got herself married to an older man in Washington. And then they kept seeing each other. So Anna was the one that told nor that Franklin had been with Lucy when he died in turn out Franklin had been continuing the relationship for decades and people around him had hidden than formation of what a betrayal. Yeah. So that's rate. He probably was like having some dalliances here and there. Sure secretaries anyway. But like this one was the one that really hurt. Yelling was that was the one that ended basically ended their their marriage. Yeah. Yeah. After the funeral Eleanor temporarily returned to Val kill Franklin had left instructions for her the event of his death. He proposed hurting over Hyde Park to the federal government as a museum, and she spent the following months cataloging the estate and arranging for the transfer. So the Franklin D Roosevelt presidential library museum opened on April. Twelfth nineteen Forty-six setting a precedent for future presidential libraries, and because he founded the March of dimes a Dimas chosen to honor FDR upon his death. So the Roosevelt dime was issued on January thirtieth nineteen Forty-six. After after years death Eleanor considered Val kill her true home, but largely kept her base of operations in a series of New York City residences in December nineteen forty five. President Harry Truman appointed Eleanor as a delegate to United Nations General assembly in April nineteen forty six. She became the first chairperson of the preliminary United Nations commission on human rights, so along with legal scholars and human rights activists, Rene kazaa and John Peters Humphrey. She played an instrumental role in drafting the Universal Declaration of human rights. Do you know about this? Problem. Universal Declaration of human rights is a historic document dotted by the general assembly of the UN at its third session on December tenth nineteen forty eight as resolution to seventeen at the Palais Xiaoyu in Paris, France, the declaration consists of thirty articles of firming an individual's rights, which although not legally binding in themselves have been elaborated in subsequent international treaties, economic transfers regional human rights, instruments, national constitutions and other laws. So it's articles address basic concepts of dignity, liberty and brotherhood the right to life in the prohibition of slavery, and torture spiritual public and political freedoms and individuals economic social in cultural rights, including healthcare. It was later incorporated into the international Bill of human rights, which was formalized in nineteen seventy six along with the International Covenant on civil and political rights. Okay. I did know about this. I didn't know Eleanor had anything to do with. Yeah. That's amazing. Yeah. She did in nineteen Fifty-three Eleanor appeared as the mystery. Guests on popular TV panel program. What's my line? But the moderator John Charles Daly spoke for her in the first round because her voice was so well known so post that link on Twitter because the because that clip is on YouTube. It's pretty late to watch the panel guests like deduce who she is in the men are like, oh is the guest in politics and John Daly's like..

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03:28 min | 3 years ago

"roosevelt" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"An interfaith and interracial student center. Good nice, keeping with her whole thing following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December, seventh forty one Eleanor spoke out against Japanese American prejudice warning against the great hysteria against minority groups. She also privately opposed her husband's executive order ninety sixty six which required Japanese-Americans in many areas of the US to enter internment camps. She was widely criticized for her defense of Japanese American citizens, including a call by the Los Angeles Times that she forced to retire from public life over stand on the issue. She was now not to use a phrase Hella progressive. Yes. Which is a standing. Yeah. I mean, not astounding for her because of her personality, and what we know about her and everything but for that time period specially with Japanese interment camps. That was definitely like everyone. The wagons and was like, no, we're doing this. So with the with the new DO programs that were implemented to help get America out of the great depression. So she traveled a lot of the country like learning about these programs visiting the people and kind of like because her husband Franklin Roosevelt or in a wheelchair couldn't go. Visit these people that lived in a mining town on West Virginia you had to get too off of a dirt path. There's no ADA compliance during that now. And if we all remember, the press was actually very nice at this time, and they they agreed not to show pictures of Franklin in his wheelchair has they didn't want to like have that effect his image to the American people. So that was actually very nice at the press to is like they they kind of all agreed like if he was seated at a desk, maybe that was fine. He had special crutches built. So that he could stay on like an stand at a podium or lay the podiums were strengthened. So that like. He all of his weight onto that. But people didn't see pictures of him in a wheelchair. Interesting till the very very end. Yeah. So again, traveling around the country learning a lot about these things hick is working on a bunch of different new deal programs reporting back to her so Elnora wasn't always as progressive as she was. She definitely like changed her life went on like she like I remember reading like at first she was like, well, if these poor people just did this and this instead may be so poor. But like that definitely changed as as she. And learn more about like, what was actually happening these affects on everybody. So she also supported increased roles for women and African Americans in the effort and she began to advocate for women to begin factory jobs about a year before it became widespread practice, so in nineteen forty two she urged women of all social backgrounds. So learn trades saying if I were of debutante age, I would go into a factory any factory where I could learn a skill and be useful. She campaigned for government sponsored daycare due to all the working mothers who would be absent from work because their child care needs. I'm Eleanor notably supported the Tuskegee airmen in their successful ever to become the first black combat pilots, she visited the Tuskegee air corps advanced flying school in Alabama. And she flew with African American chief civilian instructor c Alfred Anderson nicknamed chief who'd been flying since nineteen twenty nine and he was responsible for training, thousands of rookie pilots. So he took her on a half hour flight and after landing she cheerfully announced. Well, you can fly. All right. She likes you. So BT dubs back in January nineteen thirty eight.

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03:39 min | 3 years ago

"roosevelt" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Eleanor concluded that the new deal programs were discriminating against African American. Yeah. Who received a disproportionately small share of the relief allow? Wow. Yes. Owner became one of the only voices in her husband's administration insisting that benefits be equally extended to Americans of all races. She also broke with tradition by invading hundreds of African American guests to the White House. Oh, good for her. So when the incredible African American singer Marian Anderson was denied the use of Washington's constitutional hall by the daughters at the American revolution. In nineteen thirty nine Eleanor straight up resigned from the group in pro and she helped to arrange another concert for Andersen. Go time on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. You may you may be aware of that. I may have heard of it. Yes. Wow. Eleanor later, presented Marian Anderson to the king and Queen of the United Kingdom after Intersind performed at a White House dinner that's in nineteen thirty nine. So that was King George the six and his wife. Elizabeth they were the first reigning British monarchs to set foot on Americans. Oh, yeah. There's a movie about that. Isn't it? It's Hyde Park on Hudson isn't the one with Bill Murray. And it's like, yeah. And like it's kind of like funny, but also dramatic, and I guess the queen's has much is hot dog. It's you know. That's good. Eleanor also arranged the appointment of African American educator, Mary McLeod, but soon with whom she'd struck up a friendship as director of the division of negro fares of the national youth administration to void problems with the staff when with Yoon would visit the White House Roosevelt would meet her at the gate, embrace her and walk in with her arm in arm. That's great. Eleanor briefly considered traveling to Europe to work with Red Cross in nineteen forty after Germany invaded Belgium, but was dissuaded by presidential advisors who pointed out the consequences should the president's wife be captured as a prisoner of war. That's I can see that. That's a legitimate concern. I would say shorter chief ound other wartime causes work on good getting with a popular movement to allow the immigration of European refugee children. She also lobbied her husband to allow greater immigration of groups persecuted by the Nazis, including Jews, but fears of fifth columnists. So that's a term for any group of people who undermine allergic from within usually in favor of an enemy grouper nation on these fifth columnists fear caused Franklin to restrict immigration rather than expanding it. Eleanor successfully secured political refugee status for eighty three Jewish refugees from the SS kwanza in August nineteen forty but was refused on many other occasions and her son James later wrote that her deepest regret at the end of her life was that she had not forced Franklin to accept more refugees from Nazism during the war while also nineteen forty Eleanor was chosen to speak on Franklin's behalf at the democratic national convention in Chicago, no first lady had ever spoken to a national convention. Okay. Everyone knows who she is. Oh, okay. She's superstar in nineteen forty one. Eleanor wrote the short film women in defense. It was produced by the office of emergency management and briefly outlines the ways in which women could help prepare the country for possibility of war at the end of the film. The narrator at the end of the film. The narrator explains women are vital to securing a healthy American Home life and raising children, which was always the first line of defense. Following the nineteen forty one death of Sara Roosevelt. Like finally, g she lived a long time being pickled in anger is really keeps you young. I guess, geez. Two circuits the bucket. Eleanor finally, sell or New York City townhouse to nearby hunter college where it became.

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Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"roosevelt" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Exactly. So. Yeah. The they were called the bonus army. And so this was bad nineteen thirty two was very bad. They came back in nineteen thirty three though this time the administration set up a special camp for the marchers. At fort hunt for Jinya, they provided forty field kitchens that served three meals a day, they had bus transportation to and from Washington DC. So these guys could be heard, and they also provided some military band, so Eleanor visited the veterans at their campsite where she listened to their concerns like saying. With them and like eight food with them. So the meeting help to bring down the tension between these veterans and the presidential administration one of the marchers later commented. Hoover sent the army Roosevelt said his wife, just kind you. But good news for them FDR later issued an executive order. Allowing the enrollment of some of these veterans into the civilian conservation corps as part of the Neal. And in nineteen thirty six congress authorized the media payment of the two billion dollars in worldwide. Bonuses, also, that's great. They got big money, but again to guide that's just just which is crazy, which is crazy. Anyway. Okay. Now, you're no, you're you're prime it. I'm probably great. We love her. We love her at this point. We have to circle back to her personal life. Okay. Okay. So L juicy is very close relationship with Associated Press reporter Llerena hick hickok. So we call her hick, she covered Eleanor during the last month of the presidential campaign and fell madly in love with her. Of course, hick wouldn't hick traveled with the first lady through many of the campaign stops, and they got to know each other very well during this time Elmer boat daily ten to fifteen page letters to hick. What these letters included such sentiments as quote, I wanna put my arms around you and kiss you at the corner of your mouth, and quote, I can't kiss you. So I kiss your picture. Good night and good morning. So according to Susan Quinn's 2016 book, Eleanor and hick. I love affair that. Shaped a first lady Hicken all our exchange more than thirty three hundred letters during their lifetimes hick, cut both sides of the correspondence all those years. And she destroyed some the more explicit letters. But most she donated to the Roosevelt library in Hyde Park with the stipulation that they couldn't be open until ten years after her death shows out in nineteen seventy eight journalists named Doris Faber was one of the first to access the now open putters. She was basically like shocked at appalled and like like completely horrified. Didn't believe what she was reading by their contents. And she asked the library if the collection could be locked up again for several more. But the librarians were like, Nope. This is great open. So Faber decided that if such a story we're going to come out. She wanted to be the one who told it, but she kind of changed the course of the narrative. So it's these materials came open to the public, and like the first person outside of that relationship that got to read them then wrote the story about it. So it kind of -ffected how anybody else would. This does your day. So the writer Kathy Reilly lamented that it was terrible that favor was the one who accessed Hicks letters. I she said that it was a crime akin to turning over Sappho poems to medieval Christian theologians to basically like like we have an actual like perhaps a nice a a romance. That's very actually very important to. Yes..

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03:08 min | 3 years ago

"roosevelt" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Eleanor became increasingly influential as a leader in the New York state Democratic Party while Franklin used her contacts among democratic women to strengthen his standing with them winning. They're committed support for the future. So in nineteen twenty four she campaigned for democrat Alfred Smith in his successful re-election bid as governor New York state against the Republican nominee her first cousin Theodore Roosevelt, Junior Seau FDR had spoken out on Theodore's wretched record as a system secretary of the navy during the teapot dome scandal. Remember that teapot dome scandal. So that is where the secretary of the interior had accepted bribes and least navy oil reserves at teapot dome, Wyoming to private oil companies without competitive bidding like, oh, let's such a scandal. Yeah. These days lose this Tuesday would not even show up in the papers. Right. So Franklin was like teddy when you were in office. You should have known better. So Eleanor, basically dogged her cousin on the New York state campaign trail in a car fitted with a paper machine teapot that was made to emit simulated steam to remind voters of Teddy's supposed-, but later disproved connections to the scandal. That's amazing. Wow. She is a cold hearted bitch. So return, never forgave her. No, of course, not her his father teddy Roosevelt had actually died in nineteen nineteen so eleanor's aunt, Anna bay me Roosevelt publicly spoke with her. Publicly broke with her after the election and wrote I just hated to see Eleanor. Let herself look as she does though never handsome. She always had to me. A charming affect alas and a lack ever since politics become her choicest interest, all her charm has disappeared. She's just called her ugly. Did you hear the sure dead? Sculler ugly to like, you know, what? Whatever man family. Yeah. You guys get out of here. Guys are crazy. Yes, sir. Not not good for her. No. So she's like, I'm gonna make my own family. I'm going to go out. I'm going to figure this out on my own good for her nineteen twenty seven and joined friends Marian Dickerson and Nancy cook in buying the Todd hunter school for girls finishing school, which also offered college preparatory courses in New York City. So at the school Eleanor taught upper level courses in American literature and history emphasizing independent thought current events and social engagement. She continued to teach three days a week while FDR served as governor, but was forced to leave teaching after his election as president also nineteen twenty seven she established a foul kill industries with cook Dickerson, and their friend Carolina day three funds that she met with her activities through the women's division of the New York state Democratic Party, so Val. Kill industries was located on the banks of a stream that flowed through the Roosevelt families state in Hyde Park. She and her business partners financed. The construction of a small factory to provide supplemental income for local farming families who could make furniture pewter in homespun cloth using traditional craft methods back to arts and crafts. So most Valco products were modeled on eighteenth century forms and the clinical revival..

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"roosevelt" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"roosevelt" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"At age seventeen in one thousand nine hundred to Eleanor completed her formal education in return to the US at her grandmother's bidding and she was presented as a dippy taunt the Waldorf Astoria Hotel Eleanor set of her debut quote. It was simply awful it was beautiful party. Of course. But I was so unhappy because a girl who comes out is so utterly miserable. If she does not know all the young. People. And of course, I had been gone so long abroad that I had lost touch with all the girls. I used to know New York, I was miserable through all that. Oh, there's nothing worse than being a teen and feeling uncomfortable. And being in an uncomfortable dress that you don't feel like you feel pretty and you don't know anybody at the party, and you have not developed any wit and charm yet to really get to know people. Yeah. And at that point she was about five foot eleven. And she. Yeah. So tall. She had dark blonde hair and blue eyes that same year she met her father's fifth cousin making him her fifth. Cousin once removed named Franklin Delano Roosevelt. They met on a train to Tivoli New York. So the to begin a secret correspondence in romance. And they became engaged in November nineteen or three by the way Genealogists have determined that FDR was distantly related to eat total of eleven US presidents you serious five five by blood and six by marriage. My gosh. So if you need to know who they are that's jot Adam strong Quincy Adams, Ulysses grant. William Henry Harrison Benjamin Harrison, James Madison. Teddy Roosevelt William Taft, Zachary Taylor. Martin van Buren, an George Washington. So here's the thing. Able. No wonder there are so many conspiracy theorists about like lizard, people and like the luminosity. Yeah. And and second of be there's a ton of like, they're only like seven phase ever. Free wise name seven families. Exactly, it's crazy. Wow. Who knew eleven cheese. So yet another Royal bench of a woman. Franklin's mother. Sara Delano Roosevelt oppose the engagement and made him promise that he would keep it on the deal for a year. So Sarah took our son on a Caribbean. Cruise in nineteen four hoping that separating Eleanor and Franklin would put a daybreak in the romance, but Franklin remained determined their wedding gate was set to accommodate president Theodore Roosevelt who was scheduled to be in New York City for the Saint Patrick's Day parade since he agreed to give the bride away in the couple remarried on March seventeenth nineteen to five in cousins parlor in New York City in Teddy's attendance at the ceremony was front page news. When asked for his thoughts on the Roosevelt Roosevelt union. The president said, quote, it is a good thing to keep the name in the family. That's pretty good. The couple then spent a preliminary honeymoon of one week at Hyde Park, New York, and then they got themselves set up in an apartment in New York City. And then that summer they went on their formal honeymoon which was a three month tour of Europe. Oh, if only I can have a three month tour of Europe for my. Honeymoon Lord, so many money sweet sweet Roosevelt. Brazil money..

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Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"roosevelt" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"So. Anna Eleanor Roosevelt. What was born on October eleventh eighteen eighty four in Manhattan to socialites Anna Rebecca hall in Eliot book Roosevelt from an early age. She started going by her middle name Eleanor. Oh, really? Okay. So her mother's name was also Anna, okay to prevent confusion. I get it. Her father Elliott was president Theodore Roosevelt's brother making teddy her uncle. And he was also her godfather. I'm her mother who gonna tell you. She's a real bench. Okay. Okay. Yeah. Her mother nicknamed her Grammy because she acted in such a serious banner when she was a child. That's mean. Yeah, she was a b I t of JR. For sure so Eleanor adored. Her father Elliott who was always really kind to her and she had two younger brothers Elliott junior in Gracie hall who went by hall. It also turned out that she had a half brother named Elliott Roosevelt, man. Her beloved father had had an affair with one of the family servants. Katie, man. Yes skin now. So when owner was just eight years old her mother died suddenly from diptheria in December eighteen ninety two. So she's eight years old. She's been living with her mean mother, all this time her mom always said that she wasn't pretty and that she was too serious, and that she wasn't ever going to amount to anything Elinor put a percent hurry. And then she died of diptheria. So we should all fear little. But then her brother Elliott junior died of scarlet fever the following may. So back to old Elliott Roosevelt senior at some point during Eleanor shout hood, he developed himself a pretty severe drinking problem at one point. He was confined to a save Terry in Paris by the Roosevelt family in eighteen ninety four in New York City. He died after I attempting suicide by jumping out of a window. What? So he was like in a he had his like the delirium tremendous fit any through myself out of a window. He didn't die from falling out the window. He survives the fall. But he died from a seizure afterward. Oh my gosh. So, but before her father died, he implored Eleanor to act as a mother to her remaining brother hall, and she made good upon this promise for the rest of hall's life, so eleanor's childhood losses left her prone to depression throughout her life. Her brother hall. He also. So from Oklahoma them, so yeah, we'll get into him. So after the deaths of both of her parents owner was raised in the household of her maternal grandmother, Mary Livingston Ludlow in Tivoli, New York. Mary was the great granddaughter of Robert r Livingston the chancellor of New York who administered the presidential oath of office to George Washington in seventeen eighty nine out of here. And he also served on the second continental congress committee that helped to draft the declaration of independence, so presidential connections. All right off the past. So yeah, the Livingston family was like an important family in American history. So yeah, no kidding living with her very stern maternal grandmother as a child. Eleanor was really insecure probably again 'cause mother I'll who is called her boring and ugly. And then her father who she spent her whole childhood trying to impress committed suicide. So she was basically starved for affection, which is very sad. But at age fourteen in eighteen ninety eight she to Allenwood academy, which was a private finishing school in Wimbledon outside of London where she said, she spent the happiest three years of her life Sheila in foreign languages, literature music, art, dance, while all the all the things and Eleanor was deeply influenced. By the school's headmistress. She was called Marie sue Vesta. She was noted educator who encouraged independent thinking in young women. Marie also privately taught Eleanor history geography and philosophy and accompanied her on trips across Europe. Eleanor was also captain of her field hockey team. They're good for her. Yep..

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"roosevelt" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"roosevelt" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"It is it is it is it is so much going on. So much going on that we we think we see in something. But it's just a perception, it's not the reality. Isn't that the reality? All this all this is going on in Chicago, y'all each to literally separate the people. This is about. If you don't believe me look at what's going on in Michigan right now. Not only see let me tell you. What's happening in Michigan? I I've been studying because I'm like, why are they sitting on his money and not redevelopment don't make sense to me. They should be making a move. But then when I started researching it, I figured it out. I was like I'll get it. Now. So this is doing in Michigan. Isn't that the people of Flint has moved out quick enough? A lot of them. Folks is holding on to maintain. So they realized we may not be able to get all the Flint. So now, they messing with the water and Kalamazoo and Parkwood and all these other places if you keep putting this perception out here that Michigan get bad water in these areas. Guess what happens to those areas they drought don't nobody wanna live any worried about the keys anybody who's gonna buy a house. I did they not trying to live in areas. They trying to live somewhere else. So they don't wanna be around that water. And you want to be around that environment that property value shoots down even further. They go in the hole nook corner of Michigan right there. The whole corner. The whole little corner and the people who live there now. Get nothing. Get nothing. Because in the end, they ended up leaving or end up selling for pennies on the dollar. They come in. They redeveloped there. Make a big announcement. All the water is clean all the things. I done. And then once they do that. Boom. Let me let me even in my home c-, Chicago when they put a whole food in Inglewood, the first thing I told people you need to some property Inglewood because eventually they clean in Inglewood up. They don't clean it up. Inglewood is one of these areas in Chicago didn't he has a historic perspective to see Inglewood is is like being on the west side of Chicago Roosevelt Roosevelt was one of these places that we you go west on Roosevelt. You all these stores that were black owned. It will hub hubbub of the neighborhood. When people go get clothes and shoes and food and everything else. Well, Inglewood was like that you go down. You don't sit there and hostile you. Go you go shopping for school clothes down you at restaurants. You had all these things you had the bus terminal, right? They're all over the way all of it gone Roosevelt, the same way natto same areas on Roosevelt cost you million dollars to get over in the areas. Now. What they're going to do in Inglewood in Chicago. And as long as you can create the perception that these negroes killing each other in a violent in a gang related, guess what? Even the black folk don't be like year. Yeah. I need to get rid of him negroes. Y'all need to get rid of him. This is what happened once you put the perception out here, and you make somebody reality even people who look like you start talking like that knows negroes out to kill each other. You know is gang related give it all the negroes owner. Really stop. Let's be logical. And I thank you for one second back. I keep telling ten thousand people in the neighborhood. How many people really out here shooting selling drugs and killing people are not gonna add ten thousand neighborhood, maybe five hundred. You gonna let this five hundred control the whole neighborhood. I'm just saying. I'm just saying. We come back. Let's talk about some solutions. Not just for Chicago. But for all of them. This complain this chain. He listened to the WB..

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"roosevelt" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

"roosevelt" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"American, even though Roosevelt selected Fairbanks to run with him on the Republican ticket Fairbanks didn't have a major role in the Roosevelt administration. Roosevelt are very very different characters like presidents and vice-presidents. Sometimes are there different politically and socially culturally, Fairbanks directly opposed Roosevelt's square deal program that was meant to help middle class Americans financially AllState history. Professor, Nicole etchison says Fairbanks became a victim of some of the political issues of a hundred years ago. What? Early. Twentieth. Century is the importance of religion for colefax and Henry generation. It was the issues of sexual issues and the issue of race. Well, really important, but you get to the early twenty first century issues like alcohol morality, Fairbanks was a teetotaler. And he was. An upstanding, but he got kicked out of the Methodist conference in Indiana because as. Teddy Roosevelt visited Fairbanks here in Indiana and Fairbanks served alcohol. You didn't drink it. But he served at a function. Professor Madison says Fairbanks may have been blamed unfairly for the incident. Wonderful photograph them sitting outside of.

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