18 Burst results for "Roosevelt Roosevelt"

"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Problem so they all become sanctuary states they need to tax wanted to support everybody so was legalized well you've got a point with most for this it's in so many states now we're talking about twenty nine states it originated I always and if you go to I've let's say I would say twenty out of twenty nine a central station so for the sake of argument we'll let you have that do you so do you do you think that there's if there's any issue to be discussed when it comes to the concept of taxation and and the amount of revenue that he can bring in on the governmental level in a lot of money in well there's your question our range your question with a question where have you ever known because of to do anything good for the people when a character involve money well like I can think of several reasons I think with the a lot of the things that that are associated with the new deal at at Franklin Roosevelt Roosevelt champion that a lot of good they are gonna you against it is that right okay well listen we're gonna take I know the guy so I don't know I'm sure you use older carbon almost six years Bob might have something to say that but listen we're gonna take a very short break folks want to come back Mike we're going to close out with you Bob I want to hear what you have to say to Pete he has a very different opinion either way folks we're going to be back anyone else want to join the discussion should marijuana be legal nationwide one eight hundred two two.

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"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

Psychedelic Salon

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

"Hey, there was news. The other night that they just have legalized the growth of him in Canada beginning next year. I heard that it was the CI didn't hear it was all candidates. Just busy. Well, anyway, that will be grand experiments, indeed some gutsy well, eventually, I think the drug thing will change because for one reason Europe is way out in front on this. European politics is not under the thumb of a right wing, fundamentalist agenda. The way American politics is and a lot of European social policy is actually made quite offensively and non along ideological grounds. And there's statistics for instance, that hall and with the loosest drug policy and legalize prostitution as both the lowest rate of heroin addiction. Them the lowest rate of aids infection in Europe, you know, public health officials whether they are thinking themselves as conservatives or liberals have to live within their budgets, and when they see that certain policies cause certain problems to disappear, that's please money for other things. And so the Dutch experiment, it's not well reported in America. But I think at the policy making level it's being looked at very closely. So they have not as much aids. They have not as much addition. What about I mean, you covered a very important point this coffee. It's a it's a drug of productivity. What about productivity has their put up seventy declined? Is there any record? Yes. Go onto what do we know? I don't. Well. I don't know I can speak from being there, and I can say yes that I think what you have to. Put up with his a whole society that is sort of like the college students apartment. you been to amnesty fan. You know? I have not I I've been a right next to it. But I certainly my wife was trying to get need to fly to Amsterdam, and I should have. It was just a short little hot. But we're going back to Europe, and I will go visit Amsterdam. Well, you'll that it it's a country, which is like a college town. So that's the cost of having these laidback easygoing attitude on these social issues, but before they would allow that to her in America, they would machine-gun people's the ground. Well, this is the problem that we inherit we have a political dialogue, which is extremely shrill. We tend to splinter and factionalized and then people get into take no prisoner attitudes, and they wanna lunch holy wars. And you know, I once heard politics in America described as a civil war in the leper colony. It's all right. Listen, while we're on the subject of today's political scene. You know, all the headlines. Aren't everybody's talking about it? What I what I call the groping. Well, I think I mean, what do I think about all this? Of course, I think it's a fascinating situation when the Republicans contemplating impeaching president with a seventy two percent approval rating. I think what this may be all about is. It seems like some kind of culture war is coming to ahead, no pun intended. I would like us to come through this thing in a place where we could finally tell the French to go hill when they start gasping about how we're ethical. We're obsessed with people's sex lives. It seems to me the history of the special prosecutor, and I don't know if you've done through this or if you're personally aware, but it's very murky. These people have been nasty this guy. And obviously film Clinton is some, you know, you don't become governor of Arkansas four times without being in my. My book sometimes of Munster, nevertheless. And the Roosevelt Roosevelt's stolen our. Yeah. Now, most of conservative talk radio all across America. All I hear is. How can the pull be saying? This is impossible. What's happened to America? Why is the president so popular? That's what everybody's asking. Why is he's about her bits and issue where people can finally vote against having all this moralizing right wing of fundamentalist holier than thou crafts of down their throat now and people love to support the president..

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"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Right. Let's react to your again for this is all taking place off a game in Jordan. Jordan highschool against Minneapolis Roosevelt Roosevelt. The the history has been that they've made the decision where they remain locker room during the national anthem for road games. But his court set for home games, or lift every voice and sing is treated as a black national anthem. That's from Paul Walsh's story. I don't know a hundred percent. If it was because of that. That some of the kids and fans decided to bring the make America. Great again, Trump twenty twenty. And bring the banner. I don't know if they planned on bringing that all along as I said to Larry's is last week. I cannot read the mind I don't know the heart of individuals, but as happened to many damn times the last two to three years where a school where there's greater diversity shows up to school where it's more of a white school. Where all of a sudden when the kids have color show up and there's a lot of Trump hats. And it's rather significant how it happens, then it doesn't happen. All the time. I don't care who the president is. I don't think we should have a reelect fill in the blank at any of the games. I don't understand why the administration deal with that right away. On the national anthem situation. I've said this many times, I'll repeat it when capper Nick and others decided to take a knee for the anthem. It wasn't. I in my view, wasn't there less. A patriot. Then you are in fact when Colin Kaepernick was given the idea about taking a knee. It was from an honored member of the military. It was to speak out about the unequal treatment that African Americans feel like they get on a daily basis, including with law enforcement. Now, I don't defend everything capper Nick did. Absolutely, not okay. Including with the socks mocking police officers as pigs was in my view way out of bounds on but you have an opportunity when you have a vehicle to speak out. That's what capper Nick did to me. Without a doubt capper Nick has been kept out of football, solely because of that reason. So sure there was going to be a trickle-down. So. Yeah. In an ideal world you'd have. You'd find a way middle ground. I am not going to take the administrators off the hook at Jordan for having the banner there to me. I don't understand any explanation. I feel bad that Jordan. Now feels like there was going to be a threat and their kids feared for their safety. I don't see a scenario where that would have taken place. I would have been stunned. I do understand the ministers after the think about the safety their kids, most of all. But I think Larry's point is so good. And what does this mean for the rest of the season? Now, are we going to worry about every time that there's a team from the city Minneapolis of the city, Saint Paul, and you go out state that we're going to be concerned about it. When ninety nine percent of the kids ninety nine point nine percent of the kids don't think about this at all and the racial implications. I think it's sad on a day when we're celebrating Dr king that we're still having a conversation like this show, let it when you look at this entire story. What what grabs you most about what took place, Jordan. And now what is taking place today with Jordan decided not to play in the game. I think the adults need to get out of out of the way and they need to set. The example, if they're going to be there for these children and use this as the coach said as a teachable moment. What would it say to the world if these schools got together and say we're gonna play this game? This is going to be an annual game. Our cheerleaders are going to cheer together. Our bands are going to play together. We're gonna have lunch together. It just seems like they don't even want to come together to make this world a better place, which is what Dr king died for inclusion being together. There was never a threat on these children. So now, they're saying they are taking them out because of a threat. Well, that makes north look dangerous that makes the city's look dangerous, and it makes black people dangerous, but that was never a threat. So they're taking their kids away from what we know because of a threat. Yeah. From what we know let let.

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"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Nothing. Get nothing. Because they ended up leaving or end up selling for pennies on the dollar, and they come in they redeveloped there. Make a big announcement. All the water is clean all the things. I'd be done. And then once they do that. Let me let me even in my home city, Chicago when they put a whole food in Inglewood, the first thing I told people you need to buy some property Inglewood because eventually they clean in Inglewood up. They clean it up. Inglewood is one of these areas in Chicago. They didn't have a historic perspective to is just like see Inglewood is is just like being on the west side of Chicago Roosevelt Roosevelt was one of these places that when you go west on Roosevelt. You have all these stores that were black owned. It will hubbub of of the neighborhood where people go the clothes and shoes and food and everything else. Well, Inglewood was like that you go down house. You don't sit there, and you go you go shopping for school clothes down there you at restaurants. You had all these things you had the bus terminal, right? There took all the way all of the gone Roosevelt. The same way natto same areas on Roosevelt cost you a million dollars to get over in the areas. Now. Inglewood in Chicago. And as long as you can create the perception these negroes killing each other in a violent in a gang related, guess what? Even the black folk going to be like year. Yeah, I need to get rid of them negroes. Y'all need to get rid of him. See this is what happened once you put the perception out here and you making somebody's reality. Even people who look like you start talking like that you notice negroes out there killing was gang related to get rid of all of them, negroes all. Really stop. Let's just be logical thinking for one second. Like, I keep telling. Thousand people neighbor how many people really out here shooting selling drugs and killing people are not gonna add at ten thousand neighborhood, maybe five hundred. You're 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 push a cargo. But for all of us. This not complain chain. He listened to the WB. In store for your business this week at Staples shopping, like a C E O. My look at those savings right now at Staples saved like a big cheese a big shot a boss because this week get twenty.

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"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Nothing. Get nothing. Because in the end, they ended up leaving or end up selling for pennies on the dollar and they come in. They redevelopment they have make a big announcement. All the water is clean all the things that the done. And then once they do that. Let me let me tell you even in my home state, Chicago when they put a whole food in Inglewood, the first thing I told people you need to buy 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 has a historic perspective to it's just like Inglewood is is just like being on the west side of Chicago Roosevelt Roosevelt was one of these places that when you go west on Roosevelt. You have all these stores that were black owned it will hub hubbub of the neighborhood where people go the clothes and shoes and food and everything else. Well, Inglewood was like that you go there hostile you. Go you go shopping for school clothes down you at restaurants. You had all these things you had the bus terminal, right? There took all over the way all of the gone Roosevelt. The same way natto same areas on Roosevelt cost you a million dollars over the areas. Now. Exactly what they do in Inglewood in Chicago. And as long as you can create the perception that these negroes like killing each other in a violent in a gang related, guess what? Even the black folk going to be like Yay, y'all need to get rid of them negroes. Y'all need to get rid of him. See this is what happened once you put the perception out here and you make somebody's reality. Even people who look like you start talking like that, you know, does negroes out kill each other. You know is gang related to get rid of all them negroes. He read all of. I mean, really stop. Let's just be logical thinking for one second. Like, I keep telling this ten thousand people neighbor, how many people really out here shooting selling drugs and killing people and not gonna vote. He added a ten thousand living 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 us. This not complain the chain. He listened to. National.

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"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"roosevelt 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 roosevelt" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"It is it is it is so much going on. So much going on that we we think we seeing something. But it's just a perception, it's not the reality. It's not the reality. All this all this is going on in Chicago, y'all each to literally separate the people. That's what this is about. If you don't believe me, look it was going on in Michigan right now. Not only let me tell you. What's happening in Michigan? I've been studying this because I'm like, why are they sit on his money and not redeveloping this stuff. Just don't make sense to me. They should be making a move. But then when I started researching the figured it out. I was like oh that it now. So this is the move they doing in Michigan. Isn't the people of Flint has moved out quick enough for them a lot of them folks holding on to maintain it. So they realized we may not be able to get all of Flint. So now, they messing with the water and Kalamazoo in Parkwood, and all these other places if you keep putting this perception out here in Michigan got bad ward in these areas, guess what happens to those areas. They drought. Don't nobody wanna live any worried about the keys anybody who can afford to buy a house out there. They're not trying to live in areas. They're trying to live somewhere else because they don't wanna be around that what they don't want to be around that environment that property value down even further they go in they the whole new corner of Michigan right there. The whole corner. The whole little corner and the people who live there now get nothing. Get nothing. Because any they ended up leaving or end of selling for pennies on the dollar and they come in. They redevelop there. Make a big announcement. All the water is clean all the things. I did a done. And then once they do that. Let me let me tell you even in my home state guy, when they put a whole food in Inglewood, the first thing I told people you need to buy some property Inglewood because eventually they clean in Inglewood up. Clean it up. Inglewood is one of these areas in Chicago, they didn't has a historic perpetual perspective to just like see Inglewood is just like being on the west side of Chicago Roosevelt Roosevelt was one of these places. When you go west on Roosevelt. You have all these stores that were black owned it will hub hub of the neighborhood where people go get clothes and shoes and food and everything else. Well, Inglewood was like did you go. There you go you go shopping for school clothes down. You have restaurants. You had all these things you had the bus terminal, right? There took all over the way all of the gone Roosevelt. The same way natto same areas on Roosevelt cost you a million dollars to get over in the areas. Now. What they're gonna do any witness Chicago. And as long as you can create the perception that these negroes like killing each other in a violent in a gang related, guess what? Even the black folk going to be like year, y'all need to get rid of them negroes. Need to get rid of him. See this is what happened once you put the perception out here and you make somebody's reality. Even people who look like you start talking like that you need out to kill each other. You know is gang related to get rid of them, negroes all. I mean, really stop. Let's be logical. And I thank you for one second. Like, I keep telling you this. It's ten thousand people the neighbor how many people really out here shooting selling drugs and killing people knocking. He added a ten thousand neighborhood maybe five hundred. You're 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 push cargo. But for all of us. Let's not complain this chain. Listen to the WB..

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"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Nothing. Get nothing. Because any they ended up leaving or end up selling for pennies on the dollar and they come in. They redeveloped they have make a big announcement. All the water is clean all the things. I did done. And then once they do that. Let me let me tell you even in my home city, Chicago when they put a whole food in Inglewood, the first thing I told people you need to buy some property Inglewood because eventually they clean in Inglewood up. Clean it up. Inglewood is one of these areas in Chicago. They didn't has a historic perspective to is just like see Inglewood is just like being on the west Chicago Roosevelt Roosevelt was one of these places that when you go west on Roosevelt. You have all these stores that were black owned it will hub hubbub of of the neighborhood when people go get clothes and shoes and food and everything else. Well, like that you go down. There you go you go shopping for school clothes down you at restaurants. You had all these things you had the bus terminal, right? There took all over the way all of a gone Roosevelt. The same way natto same areas on Roosevelt cost you a million dollars to get over the areas. Now. Exactly what they're going to do any witness 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 going to be like year. Yeah, I need to get rid of him negroes. Y'all need to get rid of him. See this is what happened see once you put the perception out here and you make somebody's reality. Even people who look like you start talking like you not negroes out to kill each other. You know is gang related to get rid of them negroes. All of. I mean, really stop. Let's be logical. And I think if one second like I keep telling. Ten thousand people neighbor 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. All.

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"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"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 this because I'm like, why are they sitting on his money and not redeveloping this stuff? Just 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 the move they doing in Michigan. Isn't the people of Flint hasn't moved out quick enough. It it allows them folks is holding on to maintain it. So they realize we may not be able to get all the Flint. So now they messing with the water in Kalamazoo in park, wouldn't all these other places. If you keep putting this perception out here that Michigan bad water in these areas. Guess what happens to those areas? They drought. Don't nobody wanna live anywhere about the keys. Anybody who can afford to buy a house out there? They're not trying to live in areas. They're trying to live somewhere else 'cause they don't wanna be around at water, and you want to be around that environment that property value down even further they go in they bap to hold the corner of Michigan right there. The whole little corner. The whole little corner and the people who live there now. Nothing. Get nothing. Because in the end, they ended up leaving or end of selling for pennies on the dollar and they come in. They redevelop it make a big announcement. All the water is clean all the things. I did done. Any once they do that. But let me let me tell you even in my home city, Chicago when they put a whole food in Inglewood, the first thing, I told people you need to buy some property Inglewood because eventually they clean in Inglewood up. They clean it up. Inglewood is one of these areas in Chicago. They didn't have a historic perspective to see Inglewood is is just like being on the west side of Chicago Roosevelt Roosevelt was one of these places that when you go west on Roosevelt. You had all these stores that were black owned it will hub hubbub of of the neighborhood where people go get clothes and shoes and food and everything else. Well, Inglewood was like that you go down house. That you go you go shopping for school clothes down there you at restaurants. You had all these things you had the bus terminal right there. Took all over the way all of it gone Roosevelt, the same way NATO same areas on Roosevelt cost you million dollars to get over in the areas. Now. Exactly what they're gonna do in Inglewood in Chicago. And as long as you can create the perception that these negroes like killing each other in a violent in a gang related, guess what? Even the black folk don't be like year. Yeah. Need to get rid of them new growth? Y'all need to get rid of him. See this is what happens once you put the perception out here and you make somebody's reality. Even people who look like you start talking like that, you know, those negroes out there killing says, you know, is gang related to get rid of them, negroes it all. Really stop listens. Be logical. I thinking for one second like, I keep telling this ten thousand people neighbor, how many people really out here shooting selling drugs, and killing people are not gonna wanna hear out of the ten thousand living neighborhood, maybe five hundred you to 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 push a cargo. But for all of us. That's not complained the chain. Listened to the WB. Mike.

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"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on KTRH

"That's not now. Roosevelt roosevelt. That's not Christian. You don't know. How Roosevelt Christian all your take your mom raised? You better. Not. I really do. I really do. I don't even know you. But I can tell by the tone, you love your country. And you do not mean it now take it back about the bottom line. The bottom line is there's a lot of bottom line disrespect. That's right disrespectful. You have no more. Am disrespectful. She's an awful human being disrespectful. You disrespect. You're going to get on the college radio bitch. Don't I don't even use the word. But I'm repeating what you did you you. If you call a woman woman a bit, you don't even know your call your mama bitch. No. That's that. Actually does. Work like that. For you. Don't notice women that you gonna call this woman a bitch. But you won't call. Your momma bitch off a personal you. Oh roosevelt. Now, you wound me now. You won't be twice. Yes. I'm going there. We were having a nice conversation Roosevelt to children of God. Debating and now you're telling you call him you call SOB sold to her mother. During the same thing. Donald Trump is doing in this country. No. That's not true. You're exactly what you doing. What does that? You should know better. That is an attorney. What what does that have to do with anything? Imbuing attorneys with with some sort of a clerical rule. Well, okay. Well, what are you you moron? Well, I don't even know what that means either. Okay. Yeah. I'm sure you. I'm sure you don't I guess what? I bet you you you wouldn't you wouldn't say that kind of stuff in a court of law. The bottom line is is that. Did you I have March you down Roosevelt as not liking calling. This woman a bitch. I'm Mark that down that has been logged in the book. Life lock it down to owning swallowed do whatever you want to do with it. Well Roosevelt, I want you to apologize now. You said you wounded me, you apologize. You know Roosevelt. I want you to apologize. Yes. We don't try to change the subject to why don't you be a better man and apologized, you'd be a better man and stop trying to divide this country. In the Reich, you you're you're Roosevelt. If it was your daughter had been killed like that. And somebody else was talking like that about her like, she didn't exist. I can assure you Roosevelt will stand up for your daughter because she's a child. How come you didn't talk about Trayvon Martin like that? How can you didn't talk about? Yes. Just last week about like I talking talk about him, which which which you know, what I'm talking about. Like, I say, you can you can get a case of amnesia if you want to but that's fine with me. When you say acute, do you mean it as two words as well? That's adorable. No, no, I'm using it from using the just like they do in the medical term. I'm impressed. I'm match what I'm saying. To case. You know what I'm talking about? You think? Thank you, you you wound me, you say mean things, but I actually respect you. You know, why I respect you? Because you thought enough about your opinions that you called up and. Shared your opinion. And you know, what that's a compliment to me. You thought enough of me to share your opinion? But now, I got my doubts now. Wait a minute now. You're going to insult. My mother insult me. And not listen to the show. That's right. I. As a bridge too far over I've had enough. I'm sitting here talking to you. Respectfully listening. I'm respectfully listening. We disagree. Simply disagree. We should be able to sit down to the table in exactly Roosevelt. But to sit down to table if you getting up and going home. Because number one you what you're saying. To me, doesn't you don't matter. Damn because you're not for real. Because you're gonna get right off his radio, whoever you have called in. If I do they go start talking about what I said about this. I don't mean to insult Donald Trump. Everything is not about you Roosevelt. And I'm not I'm not gonna listen to that. I I want to talk to you only and let us know how long after you hang up. Are you going to turn the channel? You know, what I'm gonna give you two calls. And if they bring up about me chilly talking to you what if they bring it up. What if they I can't help they bring it up? If they do what if I defend you. You you have offended me. No, defended you. Okay. You defending. That's fine. I appreciate it. Roosevelt. Let the bottom line is. Show..

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"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:37 min | 2 years ago

"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Twentieth century to the idea of manhood charging out there establishing America as a bold adventure in the in in the world of major powers. However, Theodore Roosevelt was a man who was born in New York City. And a new book tells the story of Theodore Roosevelt from the point of view of how he prospered in New York City politics that was his education. The book is heir to the empire City, New York, and the making of Feodor Roosevelt, not the cowboy Roosevelt, but the urban dweller a man who thought of urban policy and here in the twenty first century when half of mankind now lives in major cities. It's important to review what rose. Savell saw in the eighteen eighties until he became president. By the assassination of Mr. Kinley in one thousand nine hundred one Edward P cone is the author at Ted is assistant professor of American history and chair of the American culture and literature department at Bilkent university in Turkey. Edward Ted, a very good evening. Congratulations. I go immediately to Theodore Roosevelt TR in his first venture into politics elected to the assembly seat from the twenty-first, which is associated with the wealthy homes. The Brownstone says well as what you'd have to say the saloons of sixth avenue, he goes to the assembly and immediately plunges into introducing legislation. What was his ambition as he stepped on the train goring north to Albany? Good evening to you. Thank you, John. Right. From the beginning. Roosevelt already has ideas that he wants to sit on the city's committee in Albany because New York at the time didn't enjoy home rule. The laws pertaining to New York City were written in Albany and Roosevelt was drawn into New York City politics, very mundane issue of street cleaning, there wasn't an independent department street cleaning and New York was known as the dirtiest city perhaps in the world. It's a right from the beginning Roosevelt was a budding urban progressive. He was interested in how to make New York City, America's largest city, a safer and healthier place to live. He introduces three bills the Alder Monica Bill a Bill to end it to constrain city, dad. In other words, they were selling lots of bonds with no end in sight and also about Tammany using saloons the Alder monarch you underline as the critical one of these three what? Was it what it meant? What does it mean to do at the time? The position of New York City mayor was actually very weak position. The mayor was only elected to a two year term and his power was constrained by a number of different factors. The biggest factor was the board of all which had the power actually to confirm or veto all of the appointments to city departments. And the aldermen weren't elected at the time. They're actually appointed and had very deep links to the machine politicians, including Tammany hall, so rose to kind of break that oh Frankel hold of machine politicians on the position of mayor make the mayor of stronger executive, and so he championed the dramatic Bill which came to be known in the press as the Roosevelt Bill. Give more power to New York City mayor make the board of alderman. Elected, and then more responsible to the people instead of living in the shadows. And the pockets of the political bosses of New York Roosevelt is in assembly. The election is every year eighty one eighty two eighty three and in the course have as an assemblyman. He meets an important person who introduces them to the other half how the other half lives and they live quite desperately. The man is Samuel Gump pers-. Yes. The man himself. What did Roosevelt learned from gum pers-, and what did need Roosevelt to do? Even at the time. You got was a labor leader in New York City, and he wanted Roosevelt to champion a Bill that would forbid a cigar rolling in the tenements. And this is a very common piecework that immigrants could do to make a little money. And he would do it in side where they lived until their little bits of tobacco dried tobacco leaves stored at the same place where people slept or people eight it was a filthy filthy job. And when I went to Roosevelt Roosevelt tours born Gramercy park neighborhood in a fancy Brownstone to a wealthy family went to Roosevelt and tried to describe these conditions Roosevelt. Simply didn't believe him. He had not had as you say that contact yet with the other half in New York City. So for said, well, look, I'll take you to the tenement. This is really probably the first. Time Roosevelt had that intimate contact with the working poor and immigrant poor of New York City. And he remembered decades later, you know, looking at several families crammed into only one or two rooms no access to direct sunlight, no access to any kind of fresh air. And he was horrified. Five conditions. Not only did dumpers win Roosevelt over to championing. This. You know, banning cigar rolling cigar manufacturing in tenement. But it was really kind of the beginning. Part of making Roosevelt the champion for ten minutes before in New York City. One other thing that Roosevelt took advantage of when the assembly was putting together a committee to investigate New York City government. It was called eventually the Roosevelt committee that introduced him and put him in contest with Tammany hall. What was Tammany hall at this time? What was its power? Well, it's it's interesting because recently, we'd had some revisionist histories come out of Tammany hall. It says well Tammany hall democratic political machine wasn't so bad because a cater to the immigrants need, but actually Tammany hall have become making the New York politics a business with which to line their pockets to line the pockets of every political hack and healer and wire puller really victimize pretty much every New Yorker in one form or another with higher taxes would less services with the fact that the police department at the time with its own criminal, mafia and Roosevelt really was trying to kind of break that notorious and the ferry connection between the corrupt city departments and Tammany hall. It was obvious that people who became. Heads of the departments basically paid for their jobs. They pay the leaders of Tammany hall Tammany hall of them back the mayor that they wanted the mayor would get elected and return, the mayor would nominate Tammany hall candidate. And the people who are the heads of these departments from the sheriff to the head of public works. They just simply kept tons of the money millions of dollars of money and Roosevelt wanted to investigate this piecemeal. And he actually he's only about twenty five years old at the time. It's just amazing. He's calling in front of his committee. The mayor of New York City. He's calling in front of his committee that Tammany boss, honest, John Kelly, and it probably on the one hand doesn't really reveal too much that New Yorkers didn't already know about corrupt New York City politics, but it garnered amazing headlines sensational headlines in the press, and it really helped make. Roosevelt a household name in the name of reform in New York City. The governor who signs the tobacco Bill is Grover Cleveland a man who will be twice elected president of the United States. New York is the center of everybody's ambition for the electoral college it dominates, and it's been Republican since the civil war. But Grover Cleveland comes out of buffalo becomes governor? It looks like a teddy Roosevelt, the young Theodore Roosevelt works very easily with governor Cleveland, though, they're in different parties detail here before we go back to Roosevelt's roots Roosevelt looks like a reformer. Did he present himself as that? I think they were called the mug once at the time. What did he say about that? Roosevelt in the end. He always declared himself independent. He always defended his right and the rights of others act, independent from the party from party machinery had some party bosses. The problem is at this very time in the Republican party. There is a democrat resurgent Democratic Party getting stronger in the big cities like Tammany hall stranglehold on New York City politics. They're getting stronger in the south and so- Republican bosses in New York like Roscoe concrete like Thomas Platt, you know, really try to maintain strict discipline in the party Roosevelt. This is this is an amazing balancing act that he plays during his several decades in New York City, national politics, how do you maintain your independence, and yet still be a loyal Republican and have to work with? With people like the party bosses who at the end of the day. You're basically need their support to get nominations for statewide positions for governor eventually for vice president and president of the United States an astonishing tragedy befalls on Theodore Roosevelt in February of eighteen eighty four as he's arguing through his bills for the governor. He got the telegram that his baby girl Alice Lee is born to his wife Alice and then as he race, and then he gets another telegram, and is told that not only has his mother died. Mattie Mitty has died, but also his wife Alice has died of Bright's disease, right after delivering the child and Roosevelt leaves Albany for a couple of weeks and goes home to New York. Let's.

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"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"And weather. Steve you Ubani is an American suspense, author who reinvestigate the deaths of famous people using newly discovered facts that debunk historical claims his books deduce that some of history's most famous deaths were actually murders, and he is back with a brand new one in his who murdered series. This one is who murdered FDR the true story. They don't want you to know Steve Bannon. Welcome back to coast to coast. How are you? Richard. I'm greatest pleasure. It'd be back. I have to tell you after we did that that program on who murdered Elvis back in August. I receive just a deluge of E mail people arguing back and forth because for many people this was such a new information. And here we go again, this time FDR, and I expect. Sort of a similar reaction. These who murdered books. I mean, how how do people receive them, obviously, you know, people are they're flying off the the bookshelves people are buying them. But do you get also some pushback because you're this is kind of uncomfortable for some people? You're you're pulling their reality out from under them. Yeah. I'm really I'm playing with people's normalcy. Bias? And they don't like it. You know, always the story. We're told you know. Some of the stories were first of all along. What? You know, a lot of streams in Santa. And people don't like it when you reinvestigate things. Out from under him. Things that I I I'm fascinated by history. And I just reinvestigate what's been out there. I haven't. Question. So be very careful when I write the books not to fall into confirmation bias. Bias finding just the facts that you want to. You had to be very careful because out of every four or five books that I start looking so one might make it. The information that I find. So it's not like, I just say, well, that's right. Right now in the case of FDR. This is this is seventy almost seventy five years ago. Three quarters of a century. It was it was difficult at this stage in the game two to reopen. This very very cold case. There always difficult because I never wanna know. Here's a germ seed inside all of us that likes truth Justice and the American way, and you don't wanna think anything sinister going on behind your back. And so so they're all they're all I just I just mean finding the documents. I'm sorry. I mean, finding the documents and covering the the the real facts of the case after all this time. Well, what I did is. I went to mansions in upstate New York. Which was a terrific place to go. Beautiful place in the Roosevelt mansions. I'm down. Over overhead is the national archives. So tremendous amount of time the national archives. The top secret previously, and they're huge files there on FDR and his wife. Eleanor and communism. Right in the middle of the floor almost fell over actually that has his own Roosevelt's. Connection to communism was being invested investigated for being a communist. So. We've never had that information years ago. So that's one of the majority information came from the original doctoring on and. Expires rubbing people the wrong way. I think everybody erupts somebody's wrongly if you're doing something. I don't really I mean, listen. Right. Well, truth has often uncomfortable. It's it's it's not about necessarily making people feel good. It's it's like a scorpion. Sometimes it stings. But you. Needless to say, you don't paint a flattering picture of of FDR. You mentioned communism. Although let's be honest communism was was kind of the fad back. Then before people knew I guess, the real truth about what was happening in Russia and the the programs and the the the the forced starvations in the Ukraine and so forth. But let's let's talk about a young FDR talk about a someone born with a silver spoon in his mouth. Paint a portrait of of a young FDR. FBI was I always say beneficiary of sperm club guy was born in who. His they were all over the world. Well. I mean, they're on grounds where quarter mile down the road is the Vanderbilt mansion. On the same basic parcel of land. I mean, this guy was wealthy and had every single thing you ever desired. There's an understatement. You know? People had nothing. So he rose. Was was out alone was not a stellar student. Sees all the way through school. He'd rather and go play football, and so forth and. What was it? I want us. But it was something was really is really something anything was there for the asking. And I started out most of our main. Position and it blossomed and being governor. A lot of people don't know what the governor. Saturday forgot not talking about it anymore. Eleanor Roosevelt was born Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt, which is a little odd. The woman that changed the monogram. We're entire life, actually. No. I mean, this is. This person. His cousin. Teddy was his was a distant cousin was he a second or third cousin? Right. And he was he was a Republican. How did he was a Republican? How did he perceive his younger cousin the democrat? Well, they get along really well at the father wasn't too thrilled about because that looks just.

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Tannenbaum in a box? You can order a real, 7-foot-tall Christmas tree from Amazon

First Light

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Tannenbaum in a box? You can order a real, 7-foot-tall Christmas tree from Amazon

"Says these Christmas trees, including Douglas, firs and Norfolk Island pines, they're going to be bound up shipped without water in the usual. Sort of box is going to be a big giant seven foot box on your doorstep Amazon promises that they're going to be sent within ten days of being cut down, possibly, even sooner. And that they should survive the shipping. But would you buy a Christmas tree that you've never seen before? Tim O'Connor is the executive director of the national Christmas tree association. He says choosing trees and hauling them home as part of the fun. The association says it only about one to two percent. Of the twenty seven million real Christmas. Trees purchase last year were bought online. So you see you can you can send just about everything and right now Amazon accounts for more than eighty percent of online transactions. That is amazing. And now he's and WalMart says we want some of that WalMart now starting to wrap up its online activities. What do you think about all that?

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"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The headline is your twenty one years. Old you're in college anywhere a bathrobe on the daily that, apparently this was a huge deal to the point where there were actual screaming matches happening as you walked in Mark as you, say I've worn a bathroom three times in my. Life. Chuck what's your bathrobe wearing? Frequency maybe maybe three? Less definitely less than six Jazzercise Jazzercise. Classes you hit the showers after. The are you throwing a robot, on you, know I own. Two. Okay never worn either one of. Them Christmas. Gifts. Okay, yeah I've, never, actually I, thought maybe for like you have to romantic, robes Touch silk Pipe and I'm smoking exactly You bring a couple of ladies home from curves, and throw on them On the silk the silk robe I. Just that's, that's such an old person thing to, do and. No offense I. Mean I've been called an. Old, soul many many times I see that? How. Long at. Twenty one now when did you robe wearing day start really. Don't remember I've had the same, rove ever since I came, to, college so, part of the grade school. Your, parents wake, you up body get up you gotta go to school I. You know I remember in elementary school I had this American flag robe Yeah It was like a little kid sized rogue who beat you up the most. Is Grade school who was his name or her. Name who beat you up the most I can't remember actually gotten to the actual probably my. Best. Is, the closest friends because we, went actually, throw their hands at each other, okay yeah God bless no filter there I. Guess and and give the current, role, but we. Have the American? Flag Ruben grits current robe is just standard navy navy flannel cotton what's the soft I think. It's Harry cloth Slippers with? It in the winter yeah Okay Slippers and a? Paper, no, they're they're like. Brown just we're talking to turn voters who wears a robot h twenty one through your. Morning your alarm goes off at what time you live in. Carrollton, well I don't have anything pressing for me to get up, early so I don't have an alarm most days unless I have to get up. Early so you, know I'll get up and give me a roundabout. Time I'm usually up before ten. O'clock we'll you get a. Dog you're going to walk the, dog? Right. Yeah so I I don't get up and you, know I'll first thing I do when I get up is I'll get up and I'll do my business throughout my robe and I take my dog out so he can do hold. On do your, business explain what do your business? Means it goes to the bathroom. And Shower. No I throw my robe. And take him out because I, I? Would, rather him, you know he's been waiting longer exactly, he's got to get out there all right so you you take your dog whose name is Roosevelt Roosevelt very is a nice old persons dog names you take Roosevelt Roosevelt those business. I'm assuming feed, Roosevelt and we go back I? Live on the third floor apartment Okay, so walk down three flights. In robe and slippers holy smokes. What a. Visual you done that you come back you walk up? Three flights shower time well no it's. Coffee time off shower coffee and. Normally make. Breakfast your breakfast my favorite is banana and. Maple oatmeal ooh very nice freshman Anna Exactly exactly exactly you take the. The, Metamucil before, or, after I know I don't have. Any Metamucil at what point are your bathing because I'm assuming a bathrobe at some point has to figure into your. Bathing ritual, I mean it just is whenever I feel like taking a shower. Or, normally yeah Of the day where I'm. Like all right I, have things I need to do? And. Had to go out. In public and it's usually me? Getting. Ready for work roommates I? Do. Have roommates but in the summer I had the? Whole, place? To myself. So in the fall do. Your how many roommates do yes it's three bedroom apartment so I, have two other male yes do they also wear, robes no. Do they bust your chops for wearing a robe no really it will now I'm trying. To you got to understand that as this old soul millennial you're talking, to you, would think that as the robe wearing individual I am you would also..

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"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The crown julius is the crown jewel of a city yes that's been here less than a year roosevelt that his card catalog yes a roosevelt you want to see how many games i could play on my phone i can play a few bet my kids can't they don't have to go to the library to play games and get coffee central libraries is the crown jewel of not just the austin public library show just thought it was a jake pickle went over there on the americana was off but as the city as a whole not barton springs not the governor's mansion not the state capital not the iconic ut tower the crown jewel my friend yeah is the central library know that from the librarian russ roosevelt roosevelt okay roosevelt roosevelt weeks you don't need to do is i thought he played fullback for the bills and the longhorns roosevelt league week' leto greg fan base hears about this hour your tower not we're going to have to pay some money to get some big sign that says we're the world champion of libraries grou jewel that's right we'll have what are we going to do in year to know how much bigger kim better can we get maybe we should pay an expanded since we're so good already spanned jeter another floor to to that place so i will go sleep and urinate at another bike valet to more backtracks more coffee places yeah yes jeffrey should move there jeffrey should home slices the world champs world champions my friend we are the world champion those people of people all over the world those people in some paulo brazil they are quaking in their boots people in the netherlands are going to what's going on in austin in the netherlands norway singapore yeah i like our chances though i like roosevelt is really he's quite a builder i don't know of other libraries around the world can said that the crown jewel of their country i saw say it together roosevelt can we one number one we're number one we're number nine martin somebody go there if it's obey their more people at barton springs today than there been inside that library checking out a book in a month probably wrap yeah but roosevelt says it's up by there's more people and more kids that have ridden tzilker zephyr in the past three days you'd have been inside that library in a month we may have to do an investigative report on this roosevelt i'm sure he's tracked all the books that have been checked down the coffee that has been purchased jeff ward and ed clements afternoons eighty seven on newsradio klbj five ninety am and ninety nine point seven.

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"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Language grandfather fidelity on keno took a she went in front of the federal judge who administer the tests at that time there were ten questions that were administered he answered every question roosevelt roosevelt roosevelt because fdr was the president and it was a democratic judge and guess who became a citizen as a result of how i wish my parents had at that he talked about studying and studying and my father my my father's last name was 'cause boots gape polls couldn't even speak it so you know say that name it was a tough name so he studied hard let's go to mike in jersey welcome the courtesy and cosby here on wabc mic guys go good how you doing mike good on good my comment is really on you know these people who are here who came as children feels bad for them how can we send them back they're innocent i mean it's a question if somebody does a crime in america regular american citizen and a judge sentenced him to jail we don't think consideration unfortunately what's going to happen to the children of this individual they're innocent they didn't do anything wrong with the fall did something wrong so what what difference is why we we treat these people any different than that a little different they're coming across the border many of them you know seeking a better life and they're and they're not i don't think you want to start punishing city you know children i think you're getting into dangerous territory mike our number's one eight hundred eight four eight wabc dna we all have it's part of our genetic makeup but it wasn't discovered until the nineteen sixties or was it one hundred years earlier there are dramatic stories of the bright ideas and the brilliant men and women whose work is transformed the worlds of science and technology over the last century you can go behind these real stories and aha moments of dna mapping the evolution of artificial intelligence the rise of the personal computer and other discoveries with american innovations produce theories some wonder and hosted by bestselling science author steven johnson called one of the top ten brains of the digital future american innovations tells the dramatic stories of the bright ideas and brilliant men and women whose work has transformed the world over the last century you'll.

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"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"But the fbi was was a portion of the fbi was downright evil then because of of because of of of j edgar hoover who who who is immovable and who could blackmail a pretty much anyone pretty much every he could blackmail the kennedys he could blackmail the roosevelt roosevelt probably everyone and and they he went after in the manner of i suppose a similar manner to what we see what we see a putin putin dealing with his critics the fbi went after when after king among others more more more brutally after king than anyone else in this is the letter that laura that his wife kereta opened up which was an anonymous letter which had been written by the fbi look into your heart you know you were a complete fraud and a great liability all negroes disillusioned abnormal moral imbecile there is only one thing left for you to do you know what it is you have just thirty four days in which to do this so the fbi is telling martin luther king he must kill himself or he will be exposed and can you imagine the building that the fbi is in is called the j edgar hoover building that's going to go the way of those confederate memorials yeah you you mentioned this earlier the riots that happened after and the disturbances in the violence on the pain that happened after dr king was assassinated at columbia university it was very alarming to the white middleclass when this happened why.

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"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on WJDX

WJDX

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"roosevelt roosevelt" Discussed on WJDX

"There have been two presidential cycles in during which hillary clinton was by many people expected to be the next president states in fact some even thought she might be inevitable but it wasn't to be so what happens amy parnes joins us now she's co author of the brand new book shattered inside hillary clinton's doomed campaign amy thank you so much and thank you for having me let's start with the most basic obvious question here what went wrong we tried to piece together you know at perth we started we thought that she was gonna win going in uh and then we started seeing little problems along the way um we basically peace to together and we thought it was a messaging problem and some mismanagement because of that mismanagement there were some people who were on elevated and some people who were demoted there with the creation of what was kind of a board of directors type thing that was called the super six where the different people can have managed various facets of the campaign let let's start with strategy and then i'm gonna ask you about some individual personalities in retrospect what was a failure with regard to strategy for the hillary clinton campaign i i think a big one wise messaging as i just mentioned and another one way the over reliance on data and analytic can also he said messaging okay messaging how what was wrong though dating back to her speech on roosevelt roosevelt island that she gave even internally her advisers were saying that there was no core message there was no simple message for why she was running not was problematic and she even brought in a former obama speechwriter john tiberio to help work on it and he was even frustrated.

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