15 Burst results for "Rose Franklin"

"rose franklin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:33 min | 4 months ago

"rose franklin" Discussed on KCRW

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"rose franklin" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:20 min | 6 months ago

"rose franklin" Discussed on WTVN

"Have four times more people. Kansas Governor Laura Kelly ordering a statewide mask mandate, partly citing overwhelmed Hospitals County health Center in Concordia, Kansas, was recently forced to transfer Critical patient three hours by ambulance to Omaha. After eight different in state hospitals declined to take the patient due to lack of staffed that space Arizona governor Doug Ducey not mandating, but urgently asking people to wear masks. Here's a five Florida cities, including ST Petersburg's Rick Krizman, begging governor Iran to Santa's for a statewide mask mandate that makes our job. His mayor's so much harder when, when the person who is at the top of the stating the leader for the state of Florida. Isn't on the same page is off New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio closing schools through Thanksgiving. To the dismay of some students, you get to be lazy, but at the same time, it's not good cause you're not productive throughout your day bars and restaurants and Kentucky's soon will be closed for indoor services. The governor president elect Biden, saying the current administration is putting all Americans at risk. Mr Biden telling health care workers, the most critical threat of not getting transition briefings is extending the pandemic. There's a whole lot of things that are just we just don't have available to us. It's unless has made available soon. We're gonna be behind By weeks and months, the White House refusing to offer the Biden team covert and intelligence briefings while the president is still fighting election results in the courts and the field. ABC NEWS Washington Trump campaign officially request recounts into Wisconsin counties. Milwaukee and Dane both voted overwhelmingly for Biden. Least 26. People are dead in the wake of powerful Hurricane Iota, which is still pounding Central America with heavy rain and winds. You're listening to ABC News News radio 6 10 wt Vienna Malice and Y into 28 Day Public health Stay at home Advisory for Franklin County and the city of Columbus. We're going to effect at 6 P.m. on Friday, Columbus Public Health Commissioner Dr Machiko Robert says. If we follow this advisory and stay home as much as possible, it will slow the spread. The advisory is clear. We're encouraging resident To perform on Lee essential functions, which would include going to work in school going to get food. Whether it's from a grocery store restaurant going to medical appointments are seeking health care as needed. She also says she's encouraging schools to halt any extracurricular activities for students over this 28 Day time period. Health leaders say the case numbers in the county or just climbing too high too fast and hospitals are now in danger of not having enough capacity. Dr. Thomas Andrews with oh issues Wexner Medical Center, three adult health systems Over the past 14 days we've seen in 82% increase in the number of private patients that are in our hospitals. That's just over the past two weeks. We know well that people do not tend to be admitted to the hospital in the first day that they get symptoms. It tends to be 7 to 14 days after symptoms or after diagnosis. So until we see a decline in cases per day, that really is last for 7 10 to 14 days, we know their hospitalizations are going to continue to rise. Franklin County seven day average of case numbers as of October. 1st wasn't 101 Case is now in November 15th the seven day average Was approaching 742 cases. Those living in Franklin County are also being advised now, too, not to travel or host any guests for the Thanksgiving dinner next week. This all follows Governor Mike DeWine's announcement yesterday of a three week curfew for retail businesses statewide. In order to slow the rapid spread of the virus. No one could predict the future. I do feel very strongly that we have it within our power. To keep our kids in school to keep those in nursing home safe and as well as keeping our hospitals from being over run and not be able to serve us. So we have it within our power to do that. We think we have a formula here to do it to start knocking this knocking the curved out again and we'll try it. That three week curfew starts tomorrow and last from 10 P.m. to 5 A.m.. Each day. I'm Alison Wiant, your ABC six a first warning. Weather forecast in 60 seconds. Hiring.

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"rose franklin" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:07 min | 6 months ago

"rose franklin" Discussed on WTVN

"We know well that people do not tend to be admitted to the hospital in the first day that they get symptoms. It tends to be seven of 14 days after symptoms or after diagnosis. So until we see a decline in cases per day, that really is last for 7 10 to 14 days, we know that our hospitalizations are going to continue to rise. Franklin County seven day average. As of October, 1st was 101 cases of the virus reported now on November 15th. The seven day average is close to 742 cases. I was living in Franklin County are also being advised to not travel and to not host any guests for Thanksgiving dinner next week. This all follows Governor Mike DeWine's announcement yesterday of a three week curfew for retail businesses around the state. In order to slow the spread of the virus, which is topping 7000 new cases a day for the past several days, no one could predict the future. I do feel very strongly that we have it within our power. To keep our kids in school to keep those in nursing home safe and as well as keeping our hospitals from being over run and not be able to serve us. So we have it within our power to do that. We think we have a formula here to do it to start knocking this knocking the curved out again and we're gonna try it. That's given her mic the one yesterday that three week curfew starts tomorrow and last from 10 P.m. to 5 A.m.. Each day Use radio 6 10 w TV END sport. He's talking, I updated service. Anthony Thomas Chocolate Buckeyes a practice day for the Buckeyes, who are getting ready for Number nine Indiana Saturday, Ryan Day, saying yesterday he likes how his team has practiced the last several days dating back to last week when the game with Marilyn was canceled Brown's practice today as they get ready for Philadelphia, the Browns facility reopening yesterday. After closing briefly following a positive covert tests from fullback Andy Jankovich. NBA draft coming up tonight Buckeye Product of Western bills Caleb Westen, hoping to be selected calves pick fifth on the prospect said to be on their radar is dating Starr will be topping for the central Ohio $100 Sports Desk. Matt McCoy news radio 6 10 WTBS. Meanwhile, the Browns are losing three more players to their covert 19 list..

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"rose franklin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

07:34 min | 11 months ago

"rose franklin" Discussed on KOMO

"And visitors in the workplace. Unless they're covered by medical Or other exemption. And in Yakima County today, businesses May not serve customers who are not complying and adhering to that. Rule it are not wearing face coverings. Now we're taking the next step. In our mask up. Open up campaign. We know that we need to mask up. So that we can fully Open up our economy. And we're announcing to step in that direction today. In the next couple of days, I will be signing a proclamation will make this requirement. Uniform across the state of Washington. And what that means is beginning Tuesdays. Businesses will not be allowed to legally serve customers, goods or services. Unless they're patrons are adhering to this requirement. In our We're doing this for some very powerful reasons. First we're doing this because of the extremely troublesome spike. In the number of cases that we are experiencing across the state of Washington. Because we know that the better we can protect ourselves from the virus. Better. We can avoid repeating the painful shutdowns that we have had to Experience in the last several months. I'd like to go through with you. Some of the information that has led To this decision today. I'm going to share with you three graphs that show the troublesome progress of this Virus in our state. Now we know that there are many states in our country today that are experiencing Large growth of this virus. You're not alone in that regard. I'd like to show you with the with the medical evidence is today in our state. First I'd like to show you a graph that shows that cases are increasing statewide. You know that these show the cases per 100,000 Residents. Starting in March to the left of the graph. And proceeding to the right of the graph. You'll see that the the the virus infection per days. Speak in April. Went down in April and may. Started to go up in June and now is basically at the same level. It was the peak infection rate that we're experiencing in April. And this is obviously a great cause for concern. We have today. Situations were medical conditions are already stressed. People in the act more having to be transported by ambulance across the mountains. Because of lack of I C u beds. This is a present day problem in the state of Washington, both for Loss of loved ones. To have effective medical treatment. Second graf. I'd like to show you that unfortunately This phenomenon is affecting essentially the whole state or almost the whole state. Officials the new cases per 100,000 people In six of our counties. We'll see that in king. The cases went up dramatically went down for a couple of months, but now we're going back up to 45.7. Today. Spokane had a smaller peak. Beginning in the virus. Now has a higher peak and continuing to rise fairly significantly at 73.9. What Come county had a similar situation to King. Ah, High peak in April went down dramatically. And now it's backed up to 64. Cases and rising Franklin County again had a relatively low peak in April but now has gone up dramatically to 59.1. Yakama essentially escaped and early A peek but has been climbing significantly since mid April. Now is it 617 comeback Deac. Come on a moment. Pierce County, same story High peak in April significant reduction, and now it is rising again to 36.8. A couple lessons from these charts. One is that Washingtonians have done some good things. We knocked this virus down. We reduce the rate of infection, and that's because people I did some very painful things in closing our economy. Now we'd like to continue to re open our car That can only happen. If we drive down this rate of infection that is increasing. And that involves wearing more mass Third graf. I'll show you is a graph produced by the Institute for Disease Modeling. This shows and epidemiologic epidemiological concept called the effective reproductive number or are not also known as our E. This shows the number of people that everyone who is infected infects And you'll see beginning in March of the eastern Washington, which is the red line. And in western Washington, which is the purple line. Of the are not a number was somewhere between 2.5 and three. That means everyone person infected 2.5 to 3 people. Again because of the good work we did in Washington. We knocked that number down. We knocked it down so that it was below one in Western Washington and at one in eastern Washington. That is absolutely critical. That number one Because if we get that down below one, the virus the number of infections goes down over time. But if the number is above one, the number of people who are infected goes up. Today, you'll notice in the recent few days Let's say since May 31st The are not number, unfortunately, has gone up significantly in western Washington, now is up to about 1.5 Eastern Washington. Worryingly, it's above one. Although it has you'll notice come down a little bit. In the last couple of weeks. So the sum total of this information is that we have a very, very worrisome increasing infection rate in the state of Washington. That is above one that mean is growing today, essentially everywhere all the regions of the state of Washington. We also know this. These graphics show the viruses spike in recent weeks. And we know this. This is not just a coincidence of more testing. It's because more people are becoming infected. That is clear. And Jon Weisman. We'll talk about that a little bit more. This increasing virus transmission is seen in the number of new cases. The percentage of positive test results and the number of hospitalizations Now, why's that are not number going up? So why has it gone up? Above one. And the answer's pretty simple It is because people are interacting more. They're having more physical. Close contacts..

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"rose franklin" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:30 min | 11 months ago

"rose franklin" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Didn't mean you know I was here. I didn't know I made your face bigger. And I thought, Well, there he is. There's that scoundrel. So I was surprised that you were saying such horrible things about me behind my back. One guy. We saw such a huge Tom fan. I think Tom filled in for me last week. This guy just went absolutely crazy. I assume he had, like some some something there to help himself. He was so excited that Tom was hosting the show, and he would no fan of mine. But after another Scotch, it all seems to go away. All right. We're waiting for Mr Ensslin Governor is he's going to come on and panic. Everybody see Caro seven's going news breaking breaking news here. Let me know Sean Hamill. You don't like me? You let me know when The governor comes on sitting down. He's not talking yet, but his mask on he's going to come up with. Let's count the analogies and bad metaphors that he is used like you get out of one lifeboat into another, or you jump out of an airplane and apparent you cut the parachute. Your soaks, right? John started. He's speaking. Okay, Here we go. Let's sing Washington home. We'd like to talk about our next steps in our statewide effort. To defeat the corps and mass stained virus. All right. And we are very Happy that we have Ah, very effective. Inexpensive and essentially universally available tool. That we can put to work. To save lives in the state of Washington. And that is face coverings mass. Today. We want to announce the next step forward. And using that tool in our great state. You know that face coverings are already required by law employees and customers. Visitors in the workplace unless they're covered by medical Or other exemption. And in Yakima County today, businesses May not serve customers who are not complying in a hearing to the Rule it are not wearing face coverings. Now we're taking the next step in our mask up. Open up campaign like that. We know that we need to mask up. So that we can fully Open up our economy. And we're announcing a step in that direction today. But in the next couple of days I will be signing a proclamation will make this requirement. Uniform across the state of Washington. And what that means is beginning Tuesdays. Businesses will not be allowed to legally serve customers, goods or services. Unless they're patrons are adhering to this requirement. Inner wearing face coverage. We're doing this for some very powerful reasons. First we're doing this because of the extremely troublesome spike. In the number of cases that we are experiencing across the state of Washington. And because we know that the better we can protect ourselves from the virus. The better. We can avoid repeating the painful shutdowns that we've had to Experience in the last several months. I'd like to go through with you. Some of the information that has led To this decision today. I'm going to share with you three graphs that show the troublesome progress of this Virus in our state. Now we know that there are many states in our country today that are experiencing Large growth of this virus. You're not alone in that regard. So I'd like to show you with with the medical evidence is today in our state. First I'd like to show you a graph that shows that cases are increasing statewide. You know that these show the cases per 100,000 Residents. Starting in March to the left of the graph. And proceeding to the right of the graph. You'll see that the the the virus infection per days. Speak in April. Went down in April and may. Started to go up in June and now is basically at the same level. It was at the peak infection rate that we're experiencing in April. And this is obviously a great cause for concern. We have today. Situations where are medical conditions are already stressed. People in Yakima or having to be transported by ambulance across the mountains. Because of lack of I C u beds. This is a present day problem in the state of Washington, both for The loss of loved ones. And have effective medical treatment. Second graf. I'd like to show you that unfortunately This phenomenon is affecting essentially the whole state, almost the whole state. Officials the new cases per 100,000 people In six of our counties. We'll see that in king. The cases went up dramatically went down for a couple of months, but now we're going back up to 45.7. Today. Well can't have a smaller peak beginning in the virus. But now has a higher peak and continuing to rise fairly significantly at 73.9. What Come county had a similar situation to King. Ah, High peak in April went down dramatically. And now it's back up to 64. Our case is and rising. Franklin County again had a relatively low peak in April but now has gone up dramatically to 59.1. Yakama essentially escaped and early A peek but has been climbing significantly since mid April. Now is it 617 comeback Deac. Come on a moment. Pierce County, same story High peak in April significant reduction, and now it is rising again to 36.8. There's a couple lessons from these charts. One is that Washingtonians have done some good things. We knocked this virus down. We reduce the rate of infection, and that's because people I did some very painful things in closing our economy..

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"rose franklin" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

10:13 min | 1 year ago

"rose franklin" Discussed on WTVN

"With passion we'll show seven seven three eight one three eight one one yes yes yes I am here couple things people are already predicting who is going to be the democratic nominee they may be right they may be wrong they want to Pat themselves on the head I don't do that I don't see how that serves any purpose I don't think it listen to me the radio because I think I'm no spring Thomas our Jeanne Dixon or whatever we can analyze it let's analyze this there's something horribly wrong with the Democratic Party what twenty five or thirty percent of the voters in Iowa and perhaps New Hampshire full free dyed in the wool Marxist he's not a socialist he's a Marxist you need to understand is this man really is I understand the media cover for him but you're shocked and I want you to think of something Marxism that ideology in one form or another is responsible for impoverishing billions of people billions over the course of its implementation and killing tens of millions of people so even if you embrace aspects of Marxism significant X. aspects of marks is that not problematic in and of itself I mean if somebody were running for the nomination embraced aspects of fascism because Marxism and fascism in many ways overlap do you think the beginning the kind of coverage they get from our media today both of these ideologies all right genocidal in the end in the most aggressive forms but even in their less aggressive forms enormously destructive so what is a Marxist get a pass anymore than a fascist to get a pass in fact when you look at Marxism or some form of fascism they destroy the individual they destroy liberty they would destroy our founding principles but I'm quite serious about this if somebody were to run for office and say Hey look I'm a democratic fascist you go what I am a democratic fascist fascism a democratic fashions and they say I'm a democratic fascism they want your vote because I'm gonna make the trains run on time I'm gonna get your social security check I want to make sure the VA works I'm gonna do this I'm going to do that I'll clear out your your loans you wanna be lonely issues and in fact most fascist throughout history have been more like mark systems in some ways than anything else this is why it tries me crazy that Bernie Sanders gets this past and then the Democrat party more more moves towards Bernie Sanders any of clover tree going out there saying but actually I'm a moderate as the people of Wisconsin club which is a moderate and British Asians a moderately wants to abolish the electoral college no matter which abolish the electoral college there are no moderates running for the nomination no the old Joe Biden wasn't even my reason nasty vicious senator who tried to destroy conservative after conservative Clarence Thomas Bob Bork a whole list of nominees a whole variety of positions they hit me but it should tell you something this is why spend all this time writing these books and talking to you about these things it should tell you something that more and more people are comfortable with the very same if you like your health care Bernie Sanders says you don't get to keep it if you don't pay for somebody else's student loan and the vast majority of you don't have student loans Bernie Sanders as tough if you own an American company can you make a good profit and you give people a good return on their capital investment people have pensions you know IRA's for one case and so forth mutual funds you have employees to get a good salary decent pension decent healthcare Bernie Sanders's ideologies going to destroy all this they go he took a pretty didn't take one penny of corporate money first of all Bernie can't take one penny of corporate money corporations are not allowed to donate to campaigns a political action committees but he didn't take one penny corporate money ladies and gentleman is that a good thing I'm serious is it better than Mike Bloomberg spends three hundred million dollars of his own money this this not shops tire spend a hundred million dollars of his own money that way these oligarchs running around seriously this is problematic Indy here Republicans say Hey let Bernie be the nominee and so what I want to confront this I want to confront him I want to confront this ideology this is why let off with the sixteen nineteen project in the whole progressive movement and where it's dragging this nation more more more more we are opposed constitutional Republic I had a man I respect greatly professor from Stanford law Mike McConnell my show life liberty live in and he Pooh poohed when I said you know I think we're in a post cut now look like how wonderful you know we still have this week that's not my point not even close when you look at the constitution you look at what we're doing the fact is somebody can run on a quote unquote democratic socialist agenda is incredible to me apart from the immorality of it how does the constitution provides for such a thing well it doesn't matter because the Supreme Court gotten Bob when the Roosevelt here and by the way here's what I'm thinking of doing Mr producer and country I think in the next life liberty live in I'm gonna mention this because I don't think the backbenchers have the capability of ripping me off here I think I'm gonna have an expert on Franklin Roosevelt Sunday night one of the best experts how fun to talk about how Franklin Roosevelt abused his power when I talk about abuse of power and why Franklin Roosevelt because this is the iconic figure the Democrat party of the left and I want to address this you know what I think I'm gonna do it and you folks are I think you'll listen because you're smart you were listening these sort of things it will go through it what Franklin Roosevelt did what he did to turn the constitution upside down what he did the term capitalism inside out because you're not allowed to talk about Frank rose Franklin role he's spectacular trump is the one that needs to be removed not resident and I think we'll show you all the now impeachable offenses abuses of power of Franklin Roosevelt that seem interesting to Richie yeah I I hope the audience will I think I'm gonna do that I'm not going to just bring in the usual kind Alaina guests and throw red red meat at the camera which is not in my view all over media just way too much we're gonna take the subject and break it down that's what we're gonna do and that's what the purpose of the Sunday shows anyway I'll let you know in the days ahead I've decided to do this because I'm going to do it I can it's about Franklin Roosevelt Hey we're in it is absolutely relevant more relevant then all the B. S. you're hearing it truly is much more relevant by the way what the folks in Philadelphia no it's finally here a special event in my home city Philadelphia or in the environs as we like to say on Saturday March seventh in New Jersey at the Broadway theater of pigment no I'm not going to keep repeating this so you might wanna write it down if you're in the Philadelphia or New Jersey the York Maryland Delaware and Pennsylvania in other places this Saturday March seventh Broadway theater of Pittman forty three south Broadway Pittman New Jersey the event will start at eleven AM it'll be a me and my buddy rich see Ali and it'll go till twelve fifteen PM and we're gonna have a wonderful time I've never been there before I've never done this in the Philadelphia area before I'm sure this place will sell out very very fast Mr producer we'll post this after the program that said Broadway theater Pittman forty three south Broadway in New Jersey you could probably go to the W. PH T. website no I suspect will have a link there if you'd like to do that but from eleven AM to twelve fifteen PM in the we look forward to having a wonderful time maybe some people will show up in the audience who I know from forty years ago that would be fun we'll be right back.

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"rose franklin" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

10:39 min | 1 year ago

"rose franklin" Discussed on KTOK

"With passion show seven seven three eight one three eight one one yes yes yes I am here I'm couple things people are already predicting who is going to be the Democrat nominee they may be right they may be wrong they want to Pat themselves on the head I don't do that I don't see how that serves any purpose I don't think it listen to me the radio because I think I'm no St Thomas our Jeanne Dixon or whatever we can analyze it the lead channel is this there's something horribly wrong with the Democratic Party what twenty five or thirty percent of the voters in Iowa and perhaps New Hampshire full free dyed in the wool Marxist he's not a socialist he's a Marxist you need to understand who this man really is I understand the media cover for him but you're shocked and I want you to think of something Marxism that ideology in one form or another is responsible for impoverishing billions of people millions over the course of its implementation and killing tens of millions of people so even if you embrace aspects of Marxism significant X. aspects of marks is that not problematic in and of itself I mean if somebody were running for the nomination embraced aspects of fascism because Marxism and fascism in many ways overlap do you think the beginning the kind of coverage they get from our media today both of these ideologies all right genocidal in the end in the most aggressive forms but even in their less aggressive forms enormously destructive so what is a Marxist get a pass anymore than a fascist to get a pass in fact when you look at Marxism or some form of fascism they destroy the individual they destroy liberty they would destroy our founding principles but I'm quite serious about this if somebody were to run for office and take a look I'm a democratic fascist you go what I am a democratic fascist fascism a democratic fascist and they say I'm a democratic fascism they want your vote because I'm gonna make the trains run on time I'm gonna get your social security check I'm gonna make sure the VA works I'm gonna do this I'm going to do that I'll clear out your your loans you want to be lonely issues and in fact most fascist throughout history have been more like Marxist since in some ways than anything else this is why it drives me crazy that Bernie Sanders gets this past and then the Democrat party more more moves towards Bernie Sanders any of clover tree going out there saying but actually I'm a moderate as the people of Wisconsin of club which is a moderate in British Asians a moderate when he wants to abolish the electoral college no matter what's to abolish the electoral college there are no moderates running for the nomination no the old Joe Biden wasn't even my reason nasty vicious senator who tried to destroy conservative after conservative Clarence Thomas Bob Bork a whole list of nominees a whole variety of positions they hit me but it should tell you something this is why spend all this time writing these books and talking to you about these things it should tell you something that more and more people are comfortable with the Bernie Sanders if you like your health care Bernie Sanders is you don't get to keep it if you don't pay for somebody else's student loan and the vast majority of you don't have student loans Bernie Sanders as tough if you own an American company can you make a good profit and you give people a good return on their capital investment people have pensions you know IRA's for one case and so forth mutual funds you have employees to get a good salary decent pension decent healthcare Bernie Sanders's ideologies going to destroy all this they go he took a pretty didn't take one penny of corporate money first of all Bernie can't take one penny of corporate money corporations are not allowed to donate to campaigns a political action committees but he didn't take one penny corporate money ladies and gentleman is that a good thing I'm serious is it better that Mike Bloomberg spends three hundred million dollars of his own money for this this not Shabestar spends a hundred million dollars of his own money that way these oligarchs running around seriously this is problematic Indy here Republicans say Hey let Bernie be the nominee and so what I want to confront this I want to confront him I want to confront this ideology this is why let off with the sixteen nineteen project in the whole progressive movement and where it's dragging this nation more more more more we oppose constitutional Republic I had a man I respect greatly professor from Stanford law Mike McConnell my show life liberty live in and he Pooh poohed when I said you know I think we're in a post cut like like how wonderful you know we still have this week that's not my point not even close when you look at the constitution you look at what we're doing the fact is somebody can run on a quote unquote democratic socialist agenda is incredible to me apart from the immorality of it how does the constitution provides for such a thing well it doesn't matter because the Supreme Court gotten Bob when the Roosevelt your and by the way here's what I'm thinking of doing Mr producer and country I think in the next life liberty live in I'm gonna mention this because I don't think the backbenchers have the capability of ripping me off here I think I'm gonna have an expert on Franklin Roosevelt Sunday night one of the best experts how fun to talk about how Franklin Roosevelt abused his power when I talk about abuse of power and why Franklin Roosevelt because this is the iconic figure the Democrat party in the left and I want to address this you know what I think I'm gonna do it and you folks and I think you'll listen because you're smart you're listening these sort of things it will go through it what Franklin Roosevelt did what he did to turn the constitution upside down what he did to turn capitalism inside out because you're not allowed to talk about Frank rose Franklin he's spectacular trump is the one that needs to be removed not Roosevelt I think we'll show you all the now impeachable offenses abuses of power of Franklin residents that seem interesting to Richie yeah I I hope the audience will I think I'm gonna do that I'm not gonna just bring in the usual conga line to guests and throw red red meat at the camera which is not in my view all over media just way too much we're gonna take the subject and break it down that's what we're gonna do and that's what the purpose of the Sunday shows anyway I'll let you know the days ahead I've decided to do this because I'm going to do it I can it's about Franklin Roosevelt here we are in a it is absolutely relevant more relevant then all the B. S. you're hearing it truly is much more relevant by the way what the folks in Philadelphia no it's finally here he special event in my home city Philadelphia or in the environs as we like to say on Saturday March seventh in New Jersey at the Broadway theater of Pittman I'm not gonna keep repeating this so you might wanna write it down if you're in the Philadelphia or New Jersey the York Maryland Delaware and Pennsylvania in other places this Saturday March seventh Broadway theater of Pittman forty three south Broadway Pittman New Jersey the event will start at eleven AM it'll be a me and my buddy rich see Ali and it'll go till twelve fifteen PM and we're gonna have a wonderful time I've never been there before I've never done this in the Philadelphia area before I'm sure this place will sell out very very fast Mr producer we'll post this after the program that said Broadway theater Pittman forty three south Broadway Pittman New Jersey you could probably go to the W. PH T. website and I suspect we'll have a link there if you'd like to do that but from eleven AM to twelve fifteen PM in the we look forward to having a wonderful time maybe some people will show up in the audience who I know from forty years ago that would be fun we'll be right back then this is the story of Wesley my name's Wesleyan I'm a physical therapist when it comes to tanning Wesley is hesitant I try to spray tan once for ten years ago he tried it again at Palm Beach tan the results fast and fantastic being done within minutes.

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"rose franklin" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

09:26 min | 1 year ago

"rose franklin" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"A dyed in the wool Marxist he's not a socialist he's a Marxist you need to understand who this man really is I understand the media cover for him which is shocking and I want you to think of something Marxism that ideology in one form or another is responsible for impoverishing billions of people millions over the course of its implementation so even if you embrace aspects of Marxism significant X. aspects of March is that not problematic in and of itself I mean if somebody were running for the nomination embraced aspects of fascism is Marxism and fascism in many ways overlap do you think the beginning the kind of coverage they get from our media today both of these ideologies our genocidal in the end in the most aggressive forms but even in their less aggressive forms enormously destructive so what is a Marxist get a pass anymore than a fascist to get a pass in fact when you look at Marxism or some form of fascism they destroy the individual they destroy a pretty they would destroy our founding principles but I'm quite serious about this if somebody were to run for office and say Hey look I'm a democratic fascist you go what I am a democratic fascist fascism a democratic fashion and they say I'm a democratic fascism they want your vote because I'm gonna make the trains run on time I'm gonna get your social security check I'm gonna make sure the VA works I'm gonna do this I'm going to do that I'll clear out your your loans you wanna be lonely issues and in fact most fascist throughout history have been more like mark systems in some ways than anything else this is why it tries me crazy that Bernie Sanders gets this past and then the Democrat party more more moves towards Bernie Sanders any of club which are going out there saying but actually I'm a moderate yes the people was conserve club which is a minor and British Asians a moderate when he wants to abolish the electoral college no matter what's to abolish the electoral college there are no moderates running for the nomination no the old Joe Biden wasn't even my reason nasty vicious senator who tried to destroy conservative after conservative Clarence Thomas Bob Bork a whole list of nominees for a whole variety of positions they hit me but it should tell you something this is why spend all this time writing these books and talking to you about these things it should tell you something that more and more people are comfortable with the Bernie Sanders if you like your health care Bernie Sanders is you don't get to keep it if you want to pay for somebody else's student loan and the vast majority of you don't have student loans Bernie Sanders as tough if you own an American company can you make a good profit and you give people a good return on their capital investment people have pensions you know IRA's for one case and so forth mutual funds you have employees to get a good salary decent pension decent healthcare Bernie Sanders's ideology is going to destroy all this they go we take pretty didn't take one penny of corporate money first of all Bernie can't take one penny of corporate money corporations are not allowed to donate to campaigns they political action committees but he didn't take one penny corporate money ladies and gentleman is that a good thing I'm serious is it better than Mike Bloomberg spends three hundred million dollars of his own money this this not Shabestar spend a hundred million dollars of his own money that way these oligarchs running around seriously this is problematic and hear Republicans say Hey let Bernie be the nominee and so what I want to confront this I want to confront him I want to confront this ideology this is why let off with the sixteen nineteen project in the whole progressive movement and where it's dragging this nation more more more more we oppose constitutional Republic I had a man I respect greatly professor from Stanford law Mike McConnell my show life liberty live in and he Pooh poohed when I said you know I think we're in a post cut like like how wonderful you know we still have this week that's not my point not even close when you look at the constitution you look at what we're doing the fact that somebody can run on a quote unquote democratic socialist agenda is incredible to me apart from the immorality of it how does the constitution provides for such a thing well it doesn't but it course the Supreme Court gotten Bob when the Roosevelt your and by the way here's what I'm thinking of doing Mr begins and country I think in the next life liberty live in I'm gonna mention this because I don't think the backbenchers had the capability ripping me off here I think I'm gonna have an expert on Franklin Roosevelt Sunday night one of the best experts how fun to talk about how Franklin Roosevelt abused his power when I talk about abuse of power and why Franklin Roosevelt because this is the iconic figure the Democrat party in the left and I want to address this you know what I think I'm gonna do it and you folks and I think to listen because you're smart you were listening these sort of things it will go through it what Franklin Roosevelt did what he did to turn the constitution upside down what he did the term capitalism inside out because you're not allowed to talk about Frank rose Franklin he's spectacular trump is the one that needs to be removed not Roosevelt I think we'll show you all the now impeachable offenses abuses of power of Franklin Roosevelt set seem interesting to Richie yeah I I hope the audience will I think I'm gonna do that I'm not gonna just bring in the usual con Alaina guests and throw red red needed the camera which is not in my view all over media just way too much we're gonna take the subject and break it down that's what we're gonna do and that's what the purpose of the Sunday shows anyway I'll let you know the days ahead I've decided to do this because I'm going to do it I can it's about Franklin Roosevelt Hey we're in it is absolutely relevant more relevant then all the B. S. you're hearing it truly is much more relevant by the way what the folks in Philadelphia no it's finally here a special event in my home city Philadelphia or in the environs as we like to say on Saturday March seventh in New Jersey at the Broadway theater of pigment no I'm not going to keep repeating this so you might wanna write it down if you're in the Philadelphia or New Jersey the York Maryland Delaware and Pennsylvania in other places this Saturday March seventh Broadway theater of Pittman forty three south Broadway Pittman New Jersey the event will start at eleven AM it'll be a me and my buddy rich see Ali and it'll go till twelve fifteen PM and we're gonna have a wonderful time I've never been there before I've never done this in the Philadelphia area before I'm sure this place will sell out very very fast Mr producer we'll post this after the program at seven Broadway theater Pittman forty three south Broadway in New Jersey you could probably go to the W. PH T. website no I suspect will have a link there if you'd like to do that but go from eleven AM to twelve fifteen PM in the we look forward to having a wonderful time maybe some people will show up in the audience who I know from forty years ago that would be fun we'll be right back van.

"rose franklin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

10:54 min | 1 year ago

"rose franklin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Passion show seven seven three eight one one one yes yes yes I am here couple things people are already predicting who's going to be the democratic nominee they may be right they may be wrong they want to Pat themselves on the head I don't do that I don't see how that serves any purpose I don't think you listen to me the radio because I think I'm no script Thomas our Jeanne Dixon or whatever we can analyze it let's analyze this there's something horribly wrong with the Democratic Party what twenty five or thirty percent of the voters in Iowa and perhaps to Hampshire full free dyed in the wool Marxist he's not a socialist he's a Marxist you need to understand is this man really is I understand the media cover for him but you're shocked and I want you to think of something Marxism that ideology in one form or another is responsible for impoverishing billions of people millions over the course of its implementation and killing tens of millions of people so even if you embrace aspects of Marxism significant X. aspects of marks is that not problematic in and of itself I mean if somebody were running for the nomination embraced aspects of fascism because Marxism and fascism in many ways overlap do you think the beginning the kind of coverage they get from our media today both of these ideologies our genocidal in the end in the most aggressive forms but even in their less aggressive forms enormously destructive what is a Marxist get a pass anymore than a fascist to get a pass in fact when you look at Marxism or some form of fascism they destroy the individual they destroy a pretty they would destroy our founding principles but I'm quite serious about this if somebody were to run for office and say Hey look I'm a democratic fascist you go what I am a democratic fascist fascism a democratic fascist and they say I'm a democratic fascism they want your vote because I'm gonna make the trains run on time I'm gonna get your social security check I'm gonna make sure the VA works I'm gonna do this I'm going to do that I'll clear out your your loans you want to be lonely issues and in fact most fascist throughout history have been more like mark systems in some ways than anything else this is what it tries me crazy that Bernie Sanders gets this past and then the Democrat party more more moves towards Bernie Sanders any of clover tree going out there saying but actually I'm a moderate as the people was conserve club which is a moderate and British Asians a moderate when he wants to abolish the electoral college no matter what's to abolish the electoral college there are no moderates running for the nomination no the old Joe Biden wasn't even my reason nasty vicious senator who tried to destroy conservative after conservative Clarence Thomas Bob Bork all whole list of nominees a whole variety of positions they hit me but it should tell you something this is why spend all this time writing these books and talking to you about these things it should tell you something that more and more people are comfortable with the Bernie Sanders if you like your health care Bernie Sanders says if you don't get to keep it if you want to pay for somebody else's student loan and the vast majority of you don't have student loans Bernie Sanders as tough if you were an American company can you make a good profit can you give people a good return on their capital investment people have pensions you know IRA's for one case and so forth mutual funds you have employees to get a good salary decent pension decent health care Bernie Sanders's ideologies going to destroy all this they go he took a pretty didn't take one penny of corporate money first of all Bernie can't take one penny of corporate money corporations are not allowed to donate to campaigns their political action committees but he didn't take one penny corporate money ladies and gentleman is that a good thing I'm serious is it better that Mike Bloomberg spends three hundred million dollars of his own money this this not Shabestar spends a hundred million dollars of his own money that way these oligarchs running around seriously this is problematic and hear Republicans say Hey let Bernie be the nominee and so what I want to confront this I want to confront him I want to confront this ideology this is why let off with the sixteen nineteen project in the whole progressive movement and where it's dragging this nation more more more more we oppose constitutional Republic I had a man I respect greatly professor from Stanford law Mike McConnell my show life liberty live in and he Pooh poohed when I said you know I think we're in a post cut like like how wonderful you know we still have this week that's not my point not even close when you look at the constitution you look at what we're doing the fact is somebody can run on a quote unquote democratic socialist agenda is incredible to me apart from the immorality of it how does the constitution provides for such a thing well it doesn't matter because the Supreme Court got involved on the Roosevelt here and by the way here's what I'm thinking of doing Mr producer and country I think in the next life liberty live in I'm gonna mention this because I don't think the backbenchers have the capability ripping me off here I think I'm gonna have an expert on Franklin Roosevelt Sunday night one of the best experts how fine to talk about how Franklin Roosevelt abused his power when I talk about abuse of power and why Franklin Roosevelt because this is the iconic figure the Democrat party of the left and I want to address this you know what I think I'm gonna do it and you folks and I think to listen because you're smart you were listening these sort of things it will go through it what Franklin Roosevelt did what he did to turn the constitution upside down what he did to turn capitalism inside out because you're not allowed to talk about Frank rose Franklin role he's spectacular trump is the one that needs to be removed not Roosevelt but I think we'll show you all the now impeachable offenses abuses of power of Franklin residents that seem interesting to Richie yeah I I hope the audience will I think I'm gonna do that I'm not going to just bring in the usual kind Alaina guests and throw red red needed the camera which is not in my view all over media just way too much we're gonna take the subject and break it down that's what we're gonna do and that's what the purpose of the Sunday shows anyway I'll let you know in the days ahead I've decided to do this because I'm going to do it I can it's about Franklin Roosevelt Hey we're in it is absolutely relevant more relevant then all the B. S. you're hearing it truly is much more relevant by the way what the folks in Philadelphia no it's finally here a special event in my home city Philadelphia or in the environs as we like to say on Saturday March seventh in New Jersey at the Broadway theater of pigment no I'm not gonna keep repeating this so you might want to write it down if you're in the Philadelphia or New Jersey the York Maryland Delaware and Pennsylvania in other places this Saturday March seventh Broadway theater of Pittman forty three south Broadway Pittman New Jersey the event will start at eleven AM it'll be me and my buddy rich see Ali and it'll go till twelve fifteen PM and we're gonna have a wonderful time I've never been there before I've never done this in the Philadelphia area before who sure this place will sell out very very fast Mr producer we'll post this after the program that said Broadway theater Pittman forty three south Broadway Pittman New Jersey you could probably go to the W. PH T. website and I suspect I'll have the link there if you'd like to do that but from eleven AM to twelve fifteen PM and we look forward to having a wonderful time maybe some people will show up in the audience who I know from forty years ago that would be fun we'll be right back then it's time to check the roads from the road this check your traffic sponsored by the actor Jim temporal scanner thermometer we've got a rex thought of traffic right now educators south founded ninety five also a crash on Durango north bound just north of two fifteen yeah that's got the left lane blocked off bad crash here on sunset and valley view and a fiery shut down north bound Nellis just north of ands your head that way lambs a good alternate or you could just stay on lake Mead is your family ready.

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"rose franklin" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

14:44 min | 1 year ago

"rose franklin" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

"Weirdo Book Worms Unite. We want to share our love of genre fiction with you some MHM readers out there may look down on you for your love of horror sci fi and fantasy but not us so stop by as we discuss. What we've been reading? Johner junkies at Sandra. This Scott got stitches year to alone says thank you to everybody who gave for some well wishes as a few weeks ago when she was sick and she's all better now. He seems to be doing much much better. Yeah she had to have her medicine. She's all all good just here overseeing the podcast odd cast per usual. Hey you know. Wells was sick. That would be Scott. Hanson this episode is a weekly. It was it was real bad. y'All it was really. I had no voice I had no energy was really on a massive insane ear infection Kenneth Out of nowhere but yeah and then like yeah no voice voice and it was just. It was a whole thing sell you know. Sometimes the start of the year can be a little rough. This is one of those times. One of those times was a long ear. And Gal. We've been a little remiss in lake our social media posting and like telling everybody what's coming up up so we were going to get better at that again but I can tell you right now after this book. Were doing a some women in horror staff off for February which is very very exciting. We're doing a compilation called strange women. And that was kind of mostly composed by I assure a knox and that's going to be a fun little horror short story collection by. I think they're all women authors or at least Mostly Yeah I don't know. I think they're all women authors though are believe they are yes yes yes yes that'd be fantastic and then after that. We have the babysitters coven. And that's going to be a crossover event. With one of my other shows those bookie slumber party there's GonNa be so many of yes and then and we also The cold show another one of my shows where doing some limited hor month stuff too. So there's just there's so much so much awesomeness for women in horror and you know the Jonah Junkies. We like to participate so because I am a woman in horror and I am married to a woman in horror. He lives a pretty horrifying in life. So tonight we're talking about it's fiction science fiction pretty hard core science fiction. A novel cold old sleeping giants. This is the first of a trilogy from the famous files and it's written by Sylvan. Neuville who is a will this whole trilogy. I should say is really popular. It's been read by many many many people. It is a pretty well regarded. Did pretty well loved science fiction trilogy not older anything but recent Sifi stuff and it is told through a series of interviews. It's one of those. That's non traditional format. It's similar in some respects to World War Z.. Yeah he kind of from one perspective in a way well. It's not from one perspective. No but it's it's it's more because all the characters get interviewing even in this is like their interviews yes it's definitely about multiple characters but it's compiled from one perspective whereas World War Z.. Reads more like a a Like a smattering of different stories. Right and this is actually lake in the blurb. It's like if you're a fan of Michael CRICHTON World War Z.. And the Martian Shen. Then you'll like this. So that's that's pretty exciting stuff in one of the reasons this company this series has been on my radar for long long time. And I've always thought Scott would enjoy this but especially once. I saw that blurb in those are like a few of his favorite things right there I was like okay. I think we gotta try this so I'm going to read you guys the description again. This is sleeping giants but one of the themes files. A girl named rose. Rose is writing her new bike near her home. In deadwood South Dakota when she falls through the earth she wakes up at the bottom of a square hole. It's walls glowing with intricate carvings things but the firemen who come to save her peer down upon something even stranger a little girl in the palm of a giant metal hand. Seventeen years later the mystery history of the bizarre artifact remains unsolved its origins architects and purpose. Unknown it's carbon. Dating defies belief military reports are redacted theories or floated then rejected but some can never stop searching for answers. Rose Franklin is now a highly trained physicist leading a top secret team to crack the hands code and along with her her colleagues. She is being interviewed by nameless interrogator. He's power and purview or is enigmatic as the providence of the relic. What is clear is that rose? In her compatriots are on the edge of unraveling history's most perplexing discovery and figuring out what it portends for humanity but once the piece of the puzzle in place will the result proved to be an instrument instrument of lasting peace or weapon of mass destruction. So it's interesting the it doesn't really go into details on the hand is so I guess we should be careful with our non spoiler section discussing what what the hand leads to. Yeah okay so we'll kind of dance around that I think from the description like you kinda get in the something a giant metal hand but we'll we'll keep it vague so first of all One of our friends one of my really good friends. Molly is from South Dakota. So Hey South Dakota deadwood yes she says like awesome awesome I wonder if all of all y'all in South Dakota big fans of this book specially around that area so yes so let's just kind of right off the bat talk about our our scores on this so I felt I found this book to be a good read. I really enjoyed did it. I found myself coming back to it fairly easily. It wasn't it wasn't a page Turner. It wasn't something I just absolutely couldn't put it down but I really enjoyed the writing in the the the decision that was made in in the styling of the book I really enjoyed it. So here's the thing I'm I'm I'm in good re too but I would say there was parts of it that were page Turner. I wouldn't say it was just a solidly good read I would say it's kind of in between those two. Yeah of course you're going to like certain people's perspectives more than other people's that does happen in any sort of like multi perspective book but there is some just really cool things about how this book was written. So that's GONNA be Kinda my my my launching doing my launching into that if you don't mind launch your way launch away off so as we mentioned this book is told through a series of interviews views. And it's really interesting because we've had lengthy discussions on this show about how Scott and I are really care to driven readers and and I was very nervous like how is this going to be character-driven when it's kind of Almost exposition and lake. How how is this all going to work? And like with the plot and for this being a not traditionally character driven narrative. You still get a lot of character stuff and really distinctive voices an ear characters and kind of an interesting intimacy with them an insight into them but also just a lot of cool plot staff and I think that in the hands of a less skilled writer this entire structure would have been horrible. So this is I really Commend Nouvelle for his style and his execution education. Well what the author does to bring you the characters and actually bring you that that feeling of them into the story is it's actually two different types. Yeah well it's there there's three. There's three different types of X. Positional story types in the book. There's the classic interview between the Project Project leader and these different characters. There's confessionals that are basically transcriptions of things that the characters are putting into their own personal diaries stories and then there's also X. Positional reports that are written by Organizations about what has happened. And that's and and that's the part that's a little bit drier to give you some setting but the combination of both the confessional and interviewed as a really good job of of bringing you into the the struggles in the personal thoughts of the characters I think that's a really really good way of putting it cell. I was overall overall very pleased with the characters and the development of this. Of course the story. And the mystery of what their unraveling and you know these this absolutely insane. Gene scientific discovery that is rewriting humankind and has these far reaching. Oh just huge concept things that are being put on humanity and making us change as a culture and making religions have to adapt to this artifact and so so much It's interesting that some of the characters voices were still just really Gosh I can't think of a great word for it but just you did feel a connection connection and it felt humble even with all the really big stuff going on. I wasn't crazy about one male characters perspective. which is it's actually not a huge one in the book And I didn't really care for him and that was me. I mean the characters not super likable but he was the only one that at times felt that it was a little male Gezi. I know what you're talking about. And he is not a great character. Yeah but at the same time from a male perspective he is somewhat relatable and so I I totally don't I don't disagree at all that he's not like a like a like a fabulous character but at the same time supposed to. Yeah but but at the same time. He's not he's not gross. He's not he's not all that assuras and he is. He is somewhat relatable from a male perspective. Okay I appreciate that. Yeah he was the only one that like that kind of took coming out of the story at times and made me roll my eyes and be like you know like just let sound and again the rolling of the eyes you You can probably hear my is willing from space during some things. This character said but there's other meals perspective. That did not do that. And I. I really enjoyed the female characters in this book. I really enjoyed how rose and Kara are like super different. And you can tell when you're reading it those are humane female perspectives. We get and that was really cool. Because they have their own way of talking and thinking and reacting and it didn't it didn't feel copy paster Easter. Anything like that. You agree I do agree. I I like the female perspective in this book. Probably more than any male except for possibly the project director. Although I'm not sure do they is it. Explicitly stated the project director is male. Yes okay he is my favorite character. The the interrogator easily I love him. He is so funny and so ambiguous so true to his motives and and you love him and you hate him and he's funny. He's my favorite for sure. He's he's kind of a actually. Here's a fun game. Who would you cast as as the project director? Who did you visualize as the project director? I don't know if I really have like a person person but it would be light. Light White cisgender like early sixties male soaring Cox. Sure are we saw. Anthony Cox non descript White Dude who works for the government that has a lot going on under the surface. I would. I'd say this is as far as appeal..

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"rose franklin" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"rose franklin" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"Is that Lisa. Hi Anyway little bit when I reached Lisa Lehrer at the New York Times. This is one of the first things she said to me Lisa thank you so much for doing this. Oh thanks for having me I love Talking Komo Tulsi Gabbard my sweet spot. I think a lot of people feel the way. Lisa does I want to talk about Tulsi Gabbard but at the same time they are not quite sure what Tulsi Gabbard is trying to tell them and I just find really fascinating and I find her evolution. Really fascinating from this sort of Darling Starve with the Democratic Party to Kinda whatever she has now. It's just a great story. You know but her polling numbers burs what are they right now. Well there I mean it depends on the poll. But they're certainly in the single digits. I was in Iowa this past last weekend where they had this big party. Dinner the liberty and justice dinner used to be known as the Jayjay. It's the last really all candidate. Events like cattle. Oh call kind of thing before. The Iowa caucuses. So it's a big marker in that state's calendar in that state obviously plays a very crucial role in the nominating contests and Tulsi. We'll see Gabbard did not qualify to have a speaking slot. So that gives you a sense of how much momentum and organizational energy this campaign has not a lot yes not a live Tulsi. Gabbard has a different kind of momentum. I'm sure she's running for the Democratic presidential nomination put her kid in a C is being propelled forward by forces outside of the Democratic Party itself. Self WanNA bring a now former White House chief. Strategist Steve Bannon. The host of the and I think the the most confusing piece is her embrace of the right wing media luxuries. I think she's he's a rising star. You know major Gabbard you when you were campaign. Manager Steve Bannon who of course really was the mastermind of Donald Trump's rise Franklin Graham who's of Titan of evangelical circles Ron Paul a radio. Host like Mike Serna Veg- they like her David Duke has endorsed Mr Though. Congressman Gabbard has disavowed. That endorsement recently published a piece that you titled What exactly is Tulsi Gabbard up to have you figured that out today on the show. What is Tulsi Gabbard running four and running against and how far can candidate like her push the democratic establishment? I'm Mary Harris. You're listening to what next stick with us..

"rose franklin" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"rose franklin" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"In one thousand nine hundred twenty Eddy, listen to the show for any length of time, you know, of my fun, this for Theodore Roosevelt. I, I find one of the most fascinating historical figures, not just in American history. But in world history, and the candidacy that I found most interesting has was his nineteen twelve candidacy president, where he ran, not as a Republican, but as a third party candidate, the candidate of bull moose party, and I'm always been a third party gun. That's why on that one, so interesting. And you may not know that just three years later Theodore Roosevelt, the former president of the United States found himself a defendant in what they were calling the trial of the century. Now, I know those of you that were born after nineteen fifteen may think, wait a minute trial, the century isn't that what happened twenty five years ago? That's twenty five years ago was the anniversary twenty five years ago. Tomorrow, actually, is the anniversary of that white Ford Bronco chase that we were all glued to believe it or not, the man who became a household name, twenty-five years ago, in that trial of the century has now, written along with David Fisher, who was one of the best writers in the world, the definitive book about that nineteen fifteen file of the century. And it's called Theodore Roosevelt for the defense. I am thrilled to welcome Dan Abrahams. A man who has a resume longer than we can list in the time. A lot of Dan, thanks so much for coming on the radio with me. Great. Dan? What made you choose this case? I know you've written about a lot of different cases including a case that president Lincoln was involved in as an attorney. What made you pick this case and of all the things that you can focus on why this one. So after David Fisher and I finished Lincoln trial, which was this. Forgotten transcript where the only one that exists in any case Lincoln argued, we said, you know, my goodness, if there can be a transcript of Lincoln case and no one's paying attention. There's gotta be other transcripts out there that a fascinating and interesting and important that have also been forgotten, lo and behold, we've found this case, where Theodore Roosevelt had been the defendant, in a case three thousand plus pages, transcript covered everywhere in the country at the time in the New York Times, six to twelve pages per day on the trial. And we thought amazing, this case has been forgotten part, one of the great things able to write about this with that. We have so much. Contemporaneous report it from the time so descriptions, and characterizations and, and reporting on what was happening around the courthouse and side, the courthouse during the trial that allowed us to really give a great picture. Of its trial where if you're Roosevelt was the defendant for six weeks. So explain to us the background of the case. So I had mentioned in one thousand nine hundred twelve Theodore Roosevelt broke away from the party that he'd always been a member of the Republican party started his own third party. And in that context, he denounced a lot of the party leaders in both parties. So how did that lead to the incident that took place at this trial? So the nineteen twelve into actually relevant to what happened in this case, so you point out Roosevelt, try to get the Republican nomination in nineteen twelve. He ended up feeling like the party bosses stole it from that, if the citizens voters had been able to directly vote in all these states in their primaries that he would have won. And he's angry about this. He starts his own party. He ended up getting more votes than the Republican nominee haft. And the two of them ended up splitting that note, so that would Wilson ends up winning the nineteen twelve election come to, and it was William Barnes, who is the Republican leader at the time, who was largely responsible for the decisions that were made at the convention, etc. Roosevelt's furious. So nineteen fourteen he's now back to being the New York party Republican boss and Barnes and the head of the democratic. Party. Both had a situation where senators were not elected directly by voters. But instead by the state legislatures which were largely controlled by the party bosses and so- Roosevelt accuses the democrat and Republicans together of being in cahoots and being corrupt anyth- accusing Barnes of being corrupt. Born Susan takes him to court says you called me corrupt. I'm gonna sue you Susan for fifty thousand dollars. And lo and behold, the case actually goes to trial. And so as part of the case. Roosevelt ends up having to defend his legacy meeting that this wasn't just a case about a libel allegation. This wasn't just about Barnes. They were able to turn the tables on Roosevelt and effectively, say you call this corrupt. You did the same thing and Roosevelt was in fury by that. And, and I think that's what makes this case so compelling is that you have Theodore Roosevelt's on varnished on edited under cross examination angrily defending his legacy in this book, and he testified for eight days in some incredibly colorful language, which you characterize in the book here. Give us one or two highlights of moments in TR's testimony that the audience would be interested in. Well, look, I think that the cross examination is certainly the highlight of the book, and I think that the moments when Roosevelt is being accused of effect doing the same thing as what Barnes had done in terms of insider back dealing corporate contributions, etc. I think one of the things that makes this story, so great is that unlike a, you know, a speech or a writing where they're looking for that payoff moment. And, and they're trying to build up to that this is a bunch of, of smaller moments, and it's a bunch of confrontations, and it's all leading to you know an end result. It look one of my favorite moments in the case is when Roosevelt was being accused of not properly. Paying taxes in New York state and Roosevelt. It's asked the question about his taxes, and he says, I can't recall and his the attorney on the other side kind of making fun of him. And then after a break Roosevelt comes up and literally hands a packet of the taxes. It's all in here and here's the proof that I did exactly as I said, and, you know, it was sort of a classic TR, great moment. We're talking with Dan Abrams. He's the author of Theodore Roosevelt for the defense. Dan, I know you gotta go, but one of my favorite moments of the trial. Is that Ted teddy Roosevelt wasn't the only president named Roosevelt? The ended up testifying in this trial FDR testified. How did that come to be? What did he say amazing? Right. So at the time he was assistant secretary of the navy, but he's coming to testify time in the New York legislature because part of the allegation was the Democrats and Republicans were in cahoots Roosevelt was. Democrat who also wanted to let people directly vote for senators, etc. And rose Franklin Roosevelt testified about a conversation that he had with Barnes about this issue. And so he became a critical witness in the trial. And you think about it, and this is a, you know, tall Franklin Roosevelt walking into the courtroom very different image than we have of him in obviously, in his presidency and later in life when he was in a wheelchair. But this was this was he was very important witness in the context of the trial. Well, the book is absolutely terrific. I thought I knew a lot about TR and in this case, and I read this book by Dan Abrahams, and David Fisher realised. I knew almost nothing about this trial. It reads like a legal thriller. I'm not gonna tell folks the result of the case, Dan, good luck with the book, I hope you'll come back. Thank you so much for having appreciate it. I want to add also that there are certain presidents throughout his. -tory Lincoln, maybe George Washington to Eisenhower, even that you can't see necessarily doing as well as they did when they were president in the current media age where you have to come up with a tweet that kind of defines the new cycle Theodore Roosevelt is one that I think would have done very well. And I think you could find a lot of comparisons to both too. I think you'd find a lot of comparisons between TR and Donald Trump. You have comments anything, you want to add about your fondness, or for certain historical pieces of writing and the thing that makes this so unique is that it reads as I said, like a thriller, you welcome to give me a call at eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine that's eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine. This is Frank Moreno, AM nine seventy the answer. More Welden wisdom in.

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"rose franklin" Discussed on KELO

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"rose franklin" Discussed on KELO

"Stone group architects designers planners visionaries calloway's fm 1051 hd 2 a6 e n sioux falls fm 1079 e l chugh flanders souvaltzi had a mdot twenty kelo sue falls an ultimatum on immigration i'm pam crew so fox news president trump is drawing a line in the sand as the clock ticks on what to do with a segment of the immigrant population president trump on twitter said he wanted to major concessions in exchange for legal protections for hundreds of thousands of young immigrants who came to the us children funding for a wall at the southern border and an end to what he called the horrible chain migration and ridiculous lottery system of immigration congress faces a march fifth deadline to pass legislation after the president ended the daca program fox's john deck the willingness to help the socalled dreamers is largely bipartisan but so far no agreement the state department has dumped some documents emails belonging to former hillary clinton aide whom at aberdeen those emails to covered by the fbi as they investigated aberdeen's then husband anthony wiener we're still going through the roughly 2000 he knows of the state department released but so far we have found five emails that were marked is classified these emails or either sent or received by whom avid and in well most of the messages are related to hillary clinton's schedule and talking points for her conversations with world leaders those at the state department determined contained classified information are either partially or entirely redacted hack they've garrick tenny the emails were released after the group traditional launch filed a lawsuit ambushed nla a female police officer who was shot and define last night a suspect is in custody one day after a deadly workplace shooting police in long beach california still don't know what motivated the gunmen it appears that these shooter died of a self and flicked in a gunshot wound police found that person a male inside the building along with another victim who was dead reporter victorious spilled body with fox tv affiliate kttv fox news fair and balanced wpro news time is who passed eight from the kelocom loose centreright understand alan this evolves reach could lead to a freezing pipes if you're not careful of roses franklin pipe burst friday morning of the.

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"rose franklin" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

"rose franklin" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Unco by looks too good in a student high school then don't data he's going to be dating someone else of the same standards neck the senior prime and what i wore oh i don't even remember widow our war something as suit of some sort but i don't remember those i don't even remember some of the girls were then i don't remember that kind of stuff and i remember this is just too fight after the problem from some there were kids fighting over the guys in the south side of town rose franklin roosevelt did you go to high school and west side story serious were you were sarker a debt i know right the thing that we still are dealing with in our town today we have a town that separated by a major highway the north side of town in the south side of town i have to go to school on the south side of town because we had at that time they're building a second school for the north side irs but it wasn't finished yet so all of his went to the same school and we were all the you know the south side schools were never as good as the north side schools because that's where all the puerto ricans lived in the italians and all of the the groups that had been in premium for a long time and they were the workers this is how the tower separate and still is to appoint and and then the other side of town were the people who owned business is and you know you get the drift of what it wasn't so there's always this jealousy and they're still.

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"rose franklin" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"rose franklin" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"The massachusetts in the scholastic athletic association and the massachusetts secondary schools athletic directors' association that's facts stats llc and we'll go back to the best of renegade radio already last week we tried to have over guy going to read ceases worked with alex he was a bit he didn't do it this week we have bull bizarre as everyone else denote him as wandering blind go in with them days of the more of a team player and the the new nickname for alex news day is jeff throw he saw jeff rose franklin gradually thank you i do want to remind you in reminds you wanna remind everybody out there that we are racing yet again ghana f one bosnian braintree make sure you come on down would road in braintree right off the highway very easy to get to right by the south shore plaza for a landmark but would roads right they're very simple off a highway we're going to be there for the fifteenth on a thursday night june fifteenth seven to ten pm were probably going to get there earlier and start ripping it up but then we're going to be broadcasting during a special shelf from seven to ten pm and everybody's gonna racin everybody this is our second annual i don't to sanyal because that's been a year for the second excursion gone up the f one and while the listeners we want to pack the place so f one boston in braintree right there would road on the twelve june twelve seven to ten pm we're going to be there and like last time we've got on twelve june 15 juve unsafe june twelve his father's birthday we tell people going to wrong day now dr and the data i start renew workouts third these in my own fifteen june 15 we are going to be broadcasting from f one boston in braintree june fifteenth thursday night seven to ten pm come undone and i guess we made this and karaoke there to wanna marking has gone we gotta do some we need somebody with a karaoke you machine yes so if you have one bring it june 15 seven to ten pm thursday night come on down of gather thank a lot of people that are gonna that are helping the on.

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