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

Between The Lines

08:07 min | 6 months ago

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

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

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"senator kennedy" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:35 min | 7 months ago

"senator kennedy" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The Pittsburgh Steelers may not be reproduced retransmitted. Four counts of descriptions of this game may not be disseminated Express written consent of Sports USA Titans and Second and seven. For the Titans go from right to left at their own 33 line. Senator Kennedy is the symbol back to Boston, 40 and out to the 42. Nine alone, and I was going for the safety because I put myself in that same position. You've got Derrick Henry to 50 running downhill, full speed. You've got to make that one on one tackle. Is there anybody that you played against? Remind you of that. Not not with speed. I mean, playing big going. 00 J. Anderson Christina Coy man, but not not with this with his speed 42 Daniel under three yards, 45. Tyson Ahluwalia, stop nose tackle. You know, he's one of the reasons you don't call his name, but he's clods up. That middle makes it easier for the other guys to get those and they always had somebody like that. Casey Hampton with the same guy you have never got hardly any, but it was a big part of reason why this is so good because they applaud the middle. I was outside back to what they could do. 2nd 7 45. I'm changing. From the right side falls just short of the first down. Going out of bounds at the Pittsburgh 49 is Corey Davis. They need to get to the 48. Going to bring up a third down and one And the Titans will go go, Huh? Yeah, basically saw it three months. So moans of nine men front. You have to get Nicols upon tight on the receiver's realized he had a one on one. Third one from the student 49 under center. Crowding the box. He's got the first down. See how officials Sean signals first down Tennessee. All that variation just to do a quarterback sneak Yeah. First down titans of Steel 48 yard line down by 7 17 4th Quarter Danielle under center. Middle to write a little bit gets inside the 45 to 44 for you, Khun See it. You kind of hit it earlier on a couple plays earlier. He's getting closer. Isn't he Looks like he's about ready to break one. Derrick Henry runs here because he's done a good job. You could start to get downhill on his runs 40 for Jungle and caught inside the 30. Fighting for yardage to the 25 is a J. Brown. You don't think he was thinking somebody's going to be somebody's corral in Kerala. Get the ball, get the ball. So the ball is mark.

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Jean Kennedy Smith Dies at 92; Helped Forge Peace in Northern Ireland

Morning Edition

00:54 sec | 11 months ago

Jean Kennedy Smith Dies at 92; Helped Forge Peace in Northern Ireland

"Jean on the other Kennedy side I guess Smith you need to get the former to ambassador to sixty and the do last you surviving see sibling more of than president a dozen John Republicans F. Kennedy out has there died who would according vote to the U. S. embassy for in Ireland a daca she was fix ninety two if years it old were brought to the floor NPR's don Gonyea reports but let me be Jean honest Kennedy with you Smith Alexion was always one of which the quieter brings more people lesser that feels known lighter members on the issue of her famous it would make it a lot family easier she was right known now what for day of her testifying extensive back philanthropy to the Senate and we ought worked to try on the political for the campaigns sake of the seven ever hundred more thousand famous young brothers people and their families John Robert we owe it and to him Edward to give it a try do but you it think never that that had is a formal the more likely job path in public here life to make until this president an election Clinton issue and named see what her happens ambassador in twenty twenty to one Ireland in nineteen ninety I three hope that the issue she is is resolved credited before that with helping and I think clear the house a is path for provided talks a perfect that opportunity would lead Mister to a Freeman Northern promise Ireland activated peace past agreement the second and I hope youngest the children of were nine told Kennedy consider children taking out she married if not New York but I financier hope there are enough Stephen people across Smith America who who died understand in nineteen the teaching ninety people deserve a chance in twenty eleven to president call America Obama home awarded Jean senator Kennedy but it's always Smith a pleasure the presidential talking with you thank medal you so of much freedom

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The Photographer and the Busboy

Retropod

04:56 min | 1 year ago

The Photographer and the Busboy

"Of June fourth nine thousand nine hundred sixty eight Los Angeles Times photographer. Boris Yaro was relaxing at home after a long day at work. It was presidential. Oh Primary Day in California the kind of stuff journalists live for turning on the TV news. Yaro heard that Robert The F. Kennedy was about to win the primary and celebrate at the Ambassador Hotel Euro admired Kennedy and he really wanted a picture picture of him for his Living Room Wall and the Ambassador Hotel wasn't that far away so Yaro figured what the Heck I'll go over. He wound up taking one of history's most unforgettable images with his press pass and camera hanging around his neck. Yaro was able to get close to Kennedy as he finished his victory speech and walked away to shake hands. That's one of the man named Sirhan Sirhan walked up and begin firing at Kennedy's Senator Senator Kennedy call by Senator Kennedy has been shot. Yaro was right there. He described the moment for the story story core podcast earlier this year saying the crowd separated like Moses parting the Red Sea and Kennedy was putting his hands up like a boxer trying trying to avoid getting hit bobby. I saw him slumped to the ground. His legs were splayed toward me and I saw the blood dripping out of his ear ear then you are shot the photo that haunts history Kennedy his legs limp staring blankly into nowhere with the young busboy crouched beside him propping up his head with stunned helpless look on his face that busboy Juan Romero died earlier this month from a heart attack at age sixty eight though in truth his heart broke that night as Kennedy lay dying in his hands like so many others in the late sixties Romero a seventeen year old Mexican can immigrant said he saw Kennedy as a uniting inspiring figure in a time of great tunnel just the day before Romero delivered room service service to Kennedy. He told story core about it. Describing how Kennedy was on the phone when he walked in you could tell when he was looking at you that that he's not looking through you. Romero said he's taking you into account and I remember walking out of there like I was ten feet tall after snapping the photo Yaro raced to a phone so he could alert his editor. He was ordered to the newsroom room immediately while he told reporters what he saw. Someone else rushed to develop the film euro cried and he saw the a photo for the rest of their lives both men the photographer in the busboy were traumatized by the moment that year nineteen in sixty eight was chaotic and deadly riots assassinations. The country were seemingly coming apart and euros photo. Ah a photo he came. Kate was living proof. He said Bobby Kennedy was going to be the knight in shining armor and he didn't get get a chance. The psychological damage was worse for Romero. Just before the shooting Romero offered offered his hand to Kennedy for congratulatory handshake among the hundreds of letters he received were ones blaming him for for Kennedy's death. He recalled the letter saying if he hadn't stopped to shake your hand. The Senator Would Have Been Alive Romero moved moved to Wyoming to start a new life still he couldn't escape that moment cried a lot he felt guilty and and in two thousand ten Romero traveled to Arlington National Cemetery to visit Kennedy's gravesite to apologize in person he had never owned a suit so he bought one for the occasion getting dressed up showing Kennedy respect saying he was sorry all of it brought back the way he felt when he first laid eyes on Kennedy while serving Him Room Service. You felt important. He felt American. He felt

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"senator kennedy" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"senator kennedy" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"It was while. I was in the Senate working for Senator Kennedy that I was asked by attorney general Levy to sit down with his staff and work out for the first time, the foreign intelligence surveillance court and Senator Kennedy the democrat. Introduced for president Ford and attorney general Levi that legislation which ultimately became the law and has since been an important part of the national security apparatus. So I was lucky I didn't confront uneducated or on the job training associates. I worked overwhelmingly with very experienced people at DOJ that taught me a thing to frankly. Right and probably taught other staffers on the committee as well. Right. How much did take Kennedy joke around back, then I I know him a little bit from that time working in the Senate for Senator Schumer, and I don't remember time when the two of them interacted, and there wasn't some amount of comedy that took place. All there was tremendous. Kennedy used to have shouting matches on the floor of the Senate with Senator McCain John McCain of Arizona, and then you'd see them after the shouting die down, and they went into the Senate back room, and the it'd be. Laughing and chuckling holding each other by the arm, and that that was that was the way Kennedy operated. Kennedy was a very very savvy friendly and sensitive Senator. And he I think the history books demonstrate his his role is a giant in the Senate when he was there, and he was there for forty five years. Don't. One of the things I thought about that. I knew him a little bit later in life not long before he passed away that here's a person who has a lot of money who's proven a lot. And whatever you think of it when people, you know, on on one side of the aisle, didn't like a lot of his ideas. But that guy worked really hard, and I would see him from when I was working late on the television screen every staffer has an in their office, and it'd be nine o'clock at night, and he'd be railing about some immigration Bill or amendment, and no one else is in the chamber, and he could have been home or at a fancy restaurant having dinner somewhere. And he was there, you know in his seventies. Giving a full length full-throated speech on immigration which he cared about. An you know, not everyone did that. No. That's why I think that everybody knowledge how hard he worked and how diligent and how determined he was to try and get things done. He always used to tell me that the perfect is the enemy of the good. The other thing you'll be familiar with is the way that the Sen.. It worked in those days. One day in the nineteen seventies. I was a young staffer Kennedy said to me come on and want you to see how this place operates. And he took me down to see the chairman of the committee Senator James e slim, Mississippi, Oshawa Gatien est fought every civil rights law that was ever an proposed Kennedy walked into Senate Eastman's office. And he said, Mr Chairman, I'm here because they are a full federal district court vacancies one in Massachusetts one in New York one in California one in Rhode Island. And I'm here to ask the champion if we can please move these nominations forward as quickly as possible and Eastman looked at him. And he said Ted you want these four quickly move through. Well, I'm gonna tell you what I'm gonna do a week from Tuesday..

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Senator Rips Ted Cruz for 'Crocodile Tears' Over Shutdown

Overnight re-air of day's programming

13:25 min | 2 years ago

Senator Rips Ted Cruz for 'Crocodile Tears' Over Shutdown

"Works securing the border. Walls are effective and I'll tell you every single border patrol agent. I've asked that and I have asked dozens probably hundreds of border patrol agents are walls affected unquestionably. They say, yes, let's not. Let's talk man. Walls, aren't the only thing you need technology, you need boots on the ground all sorts of other tools, but walls, the critical point in intercepting someone crossing over illegally. Is the time between detection. Interception. And what a wall does is slows down the traffickers to give the border patrol time. Intercepted. And by the way, we've seen it over and over again at San Diego when they built the wall the illegal traffic plummeted in El Paso when they built the wall the traffic plummeted. But now the Democrats their position it's not substantive. They voted for three hundred fifty miles a wall. So why are they shutting the government down over two hundred and thirty four miles at wall. It's not substantive. It's political. Okay. We get they hate Donald Trump. If anyone in America had missed that point that they really really really don't like this, man. There yelling and screaming, and we has made that a bundle clear. But just because you hate somebody. Doesn't mean you should shut the government down. I voted to keep this government open right now today, the Democrats are filibustering funding for the government. Let me tell you something else. A Senator from Colorado in dispute we had a whole colloquy with a Senator from Louisiana. The Senator from Mississippi the Senator for the last about funding, the coastguard did you notice? Madam President in that entire. Bellowing speech. The words coastguard whenever uttered. Not once. What Senator Kennedy asked this body to do was pass a clean Bill to pay the paychecks of the coast guard Senator Kennedy's Bill? Does it mention whether you like what are not mentioned in medieval wall or any other kind of? Well, it's simply says pay the coastguard. Yes. No. Every Republican agrees pay the coast guard right now, it's not fair to treat the coastguard differently than we're treating the army and navy and marines and air force. Senator from Colorado didn't address that. Because it is indisputable is the fact that the reason that didn't pass right now. Is because the democratic leader stood up and Nate an objection. And by implication, every democratic Senator presumably agrees with the fact that the Senator from Colorado didn't say, yes, we should fund the coastguard, and you know, what my leader was wrong. When he held the paychecks of the coast guard men and women hostage. Because he wants to win a political fight with the president. And by the way, I would note to the Senator of Colorado. It's not the end of the world to stand up to your party's leader. Some of us have a history of having done. So in the past. We're now in the longest government shutdown in history shutdown needs to end the American people want it to end. We also need to secure the border. And Madam President. I have to say the contrast between the two parties, it could not be clear. The president has repeatedly said he wants to negotiate and he wants to compromise. He said he's willing to meet in the middle. He hasn't insisted on. Every mile a border wall. He asked for he hasn't insisted on every single dollar a border security. He said, let's meet and compromise. Republicans on this side of the chamber of said, let's compromise in the middle and the position of Senate Democrats, they will not negotiate. They will not compromise period. So their position how many miles of wall can be built zero to one yet. When it comes to negotiating their position is not an inch of law can be built, even though we the Democrats already voted for three hundred and fifty miles out why. Because Donald Trump's president. That is an extreme and radical position. And look I understand folks watching at home, it's hard to tell you. You're reading the news. It seems like both parties are bickering. It's hard to tell what's happening, particularly because on the on the Senate floor. There's a lot of procedural mumbo jumbo. If you wanna understand what's going on the exchange between Senator Kennedy and Senator Schumer illustrates at all. Senator Kennedy's building one thing. And one thing only paid the salaries of the men and women of the coast guard it didn't touch any other issue. Every Republican agrees with that Bill. And the Democrats objected and said we will not pay the Goa coast guard had they not objective. We could put that Bill on the president's desk today, and they could get their paychecks right now. That is emblematic of the approach of Senate Democrats. And so. The Senator from Colorado. Stopped screaming at me. He then engaged in a bit of historical retrospective, Ted Cruz of Texas about the great framers of our constitution. That I enjoy it. Then that I very much agree with. I'm someone who's spent a lifetime devoted to the constitution. I am inspired by the framers who gave us this extraordinary Democratic Republic. The Senator from Colorado called for members of this body to aspire. To be more. Like this men and women that gave us this country gave us this Republic. If you can keep it. Benjamin Franklin put it. And I concur with that. And what I would urge the Senator from Colorado. Is to reach out to his democratic colleagues and council compromise. I am urging my colleagues on this side to do the same. And the difference is the Republicans are willing to compromise have offered to compromise. And in fact, just now sought to pay the coastguard and the democratic position is no, no, no we object. That is partisan. It is extreme. And it is not behavior. That would bring pride to the framers of our constitution. I hope that this body can do better. Senator from Colorado democrat, Michael Bennet, Texas for having this conversation. I don't think I was yelling. But I'll go watch the taper screaming at you. I also have never call anybody on this floor a liar. As you did somebody twenty fifteen on this floor, but the ethics of all of this. But I just wanted to say two things one. I appreciate the fact that you at least seem to be accepting the fact that every democrat who is here on that immigration Bill twenty thirteen voted for voted for the three hundred fifty miles of all that you're talking about. You didn't vote for that Bill or the Senator from Texas didn't vote for that Bill Nye soom, you had your reasons by the way, I wouldn't presume to think what you would think about it as a border as a person from border state. I say stop far from the border. And we see the effects ill real for good immigration in my state. But I do know this there were two senators from a border state. State of Arizona who were on that gang Bill. With whom I sat day after day after day negotiating the provision for months, and they didn't have to just. Vote for the Bill we're against it. But they had to go home to Arizona. John McCain and Jeff flake didn't explain why they support. And why was the right thing to do for Zona? Which is a Senator from Texas knows is a border state. So the idea that there's a problem to be solved here because Democrats in this chamber for open borders is false. As the Senator indicated. The second point is. Senator from Texas reference. Ben Franklin Franklin was standing outside the steps of constitution hall and somebody who was passing by this while they're writing constitution. Said mr. Mr. Franklin, what kind of government, are you creating a monarchy or Republic? That was the question. And is a Senator Cruz has said his answer was a Republican if you can keep it. If you can keep it. His injury was not a Republican. It was a Republic if you can keep it. Because he knew that the words written in the constitution. We're going to preserve themselves. Exercising democratic self government. A Democratic Republic. Would require generations. Of women and men not just in this chamber. But as citizens. And

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"senator kennedy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"senator kennedy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"That new hope Senator Kennedy. Thank you. Senator Bill Cassidy arrived at this point in the discussion. Welcome center Cassidy, and I know he went through. Pains planes and automobiles to get here. Whether elementary and actually quite challenging, and the fact that you came to our meeting, and I know you're not in session, we greatly. Appreciate your presence. I'll give you your introduction shortly since Mr. Frazier is in the middle of talking about his point of view about patients, and we've gone through in fact, along the panel five seven minutes of summarizing, your thoughts. So I hope that you'll be next. So so I was just saying that we're again at the forefront of tremendous advances in immuno oncology at Merck. We are studying art drug, which is one of many immunotherapy drugs like he chewed right now, we're studying it in thirty tumor types. We have evidence of activity in twenty-five. It's already been approved in eight two types for twelve indications. And when we talk about the benefit of this drug, we're not just talking about patients living longer by a couple of months in a recent study, we were able to show that if you add this drug to the standard of care that you reduce the risk of death. Ron. Non squamous non small cell lung cancer by fifty percent, and we're not talking about people living two to three more months. We know from the data that we have so far that patients are living much longer. Seventy percent of those patients are living at one year. And we haven't even reached the median for overall survival. So that is a significant breakthrough. The question becomes how do we now? Think about the value that that drug which has significant incremental costs when you add into system has four society. And I would argue to the point that Gail just made the first question is what is that incremental cost versus the incremental benefit to that patient. We're talking about unprecedented survival advantages. There was a discussion earlier on about if you list all the cancer drugs over the past twenty five or thirty years. Many of. Didn't cause people to live very long. I think we need to look at individual therapies and make a judgment about what that really means. I I know that I have to close right now, and I'll just make one more point. And that is when you think about it holistically. There was a study recently from the university of Chicago that said reducing cancer death rates by ten percent. And US would be worth roughly four point four trillion dollars an economic value to current and future generations. So I come back to the point that if we're going to have a serious discussion, we have to look at cost holistically. We can't just look at drug prices in isolation. I heard the comment earlier that drug prices are fifty percent of cancer cost in this country. Well, actor cans on what you mean by drug prices. There are data that say it's twenty percent, but with hospital markups that can be five hundred percent on the manufacturer's price. It gets. Fifty cassette. So it's really important for us to have these kind of high level discussions without focusing on specific. Thank you. Thank you. I think this is we set to say show a really great conversation. But let me welcome. Dr Senator Bill Cassidy, who's a senior United States standard her from Louisiana serving since two thousand fifteen he's a train gastroenterologist and he previously served in the house of representatives from two thousand nine hundred fifteen and the Louisiana.

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Brett Cavanaugh, Cavenaugh and Senator Kennedy discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

WBZ Afternoon News

00:11 sec | 2 years ago

Brett Cavanaugh, Cavenaugh and Senator Kennedy discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

"After Thursday's gas explosions. The Massachusetts emergency management agency says workers have turned off about eighty six hundred meters that were impacted cleared homes of gas and restored electricity.

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"senator kennedy" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"senator kennedy" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Heart radio station. Contentious hearing. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh making opening statements at the conclusion of his first day of confirmation hearings today, I'm optimistic about the future of America. I am optimistic about the future of our independent judiciary. I revere the constitution. If confirmed the supreme court, I will keep an open mind in every case Democrats calling for a delaying California's camel Aharon, Senator Kennedy of Massachusetts. Call these hearings a supreme court nominees quote job interview with the American people. And by that standard the nominee before us is coming into his job interview. With a more than ninety percent of his background hit. Hearing had many interruptions from protesters more than sixty people arrested it will resume tomorrow with Cavanaugh taking questions from lawmakers. Wind starting to pick up as tropical storm, Gordon moves towards the central Gulf Coast. Residents of Mississippi urged to take precaution. Prepare for the worst and hope for the best and the storm. Hopefully, we'll be leaving and be gone out of our system by very early in the morning hours, and then we'll begin recovery efforts from whatever those cases may be Gregory Michelle with Mississippi emergency management. Gordon Thompson stain winds are now seventy miles per hour. Forecasters say could still reach the seventy four miles per hour threshold to become a hurricane before it's expected to make landfall late tonight Defense Secretary James Mattis denying he made comments critical of President Trump that part of the new book fan by famed journalist, Bob Woodward and a statement, Madison. Contemptuous words about the president attributed to me. What words book we're never uttered by me or in my presence Woodward roads that Mattis told close associates at the president acted like and has the understanding.

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"senator kennedy" Discussed on The Wilderness

The Wilderness

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"senator kennedy" Discussed on The Wilderness

"It is only senator kennedy senator kennedy has been shot for many americans the tragedy in turmoil of the late sixties created an atmosphere of cynicism and fear which republicans began exploiting in order to convince americans especially white americans the democrats warn for them we look at america we see cities in veloping smokin plane we hear sirens in the night we see americans dying on distant battlefields abroad we see americans hating each other fighting each other killing each other at home and as we see and hear these things millions of americans crowd an anguish did we come all this way for this that american boys die normandy in korea and valley for this listen to the answer those questions it is another voice it is a quiet voice in the tomb all the shopping it is the voice of the great majority of americans the forgotten americans the non chowder the non demonstrators the first civil right of every american is to be free from domestic violence and that right must be guaranteed in this country and are those who say that law and order is a code word for racism there and here is a reply our goal is justice justice for every american richard nixon won the presidency in nineteen sixty eight for all but four of the next twenty four years a republican president would sit in the white house in nineteen eightyfour ronald reagan carried forty nine states and received five hundred and twenty five of the five hundred thirty eight electoral college votes the highest total ever received by a presidential candidate as you see except for that the math is entirely totally rent for regular eighties were really wilderness for the democratic party david axelrod again there was a sense of orthodoxy about the democratic party sense of staleness it was viewed as a kind of soft on crime identity politics party would know kind of overarching theme that reached out to all corners of the country and i think there was a sense that them crack party was essentially about preserving the things that had already been done rather than updating them renewing them my thing was how do you take the values and the commitment of the democratic party and updated for modern times this is a new choice democrats can ride.

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"senator kennedy" Discussed on Slow Burn: A Podcast About Watergate

Slow Burn: A Podcast About Watergate

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"senator kennedy" Discussed on Slow Burn: A Podcast About Watergate

"Was the system maitre d carr euchre going i i'm leading senator kennedy leading to what's kitchen curry euchre was maitre d in the hotel german fellow and he was either given the job or assume the job of leading kennedy through the pantry and he starts looking at me and we start going the same time what's been the somebody moved into maybe between the the steam table and myself i hit one shuten i thought it was a fire or something i heard the second shot going off and then i realize realizes sorted gun carl euchre here's two shots and after the second shot he grabs her hand and grabs the gun hand and wrestle them down to the steam table he's hand gun in pushing down put him over the steam table and he has to hand that shooting value hardly so wait slow this down for me where was euchre when kennedy was shot he was standing between sir han and kennedy and if anybody knew where the gun was it was euchre where did you say it was footing the head i would say for the half to fees so there was a foot and a half to two feet from kennedy to which the out of sits on duck negoti that would it must have been what an inch away from his head no see i never came close to kennedy i man came from in front of him or where direction that he was going in and the shot stars senator from the front and he was sort of smiling then sunday seemed like there was one shot was from senator kennedy at the time i would say proximity from three to six feet stanichev at the autopsy which completely jolted me more astonished when i talked i witnesses who reiterated that there was no way that anyone but syrian could have done it because they saw him doing it proceeded to tell me that he was standing here shooting this way thinking that would call my concerns none of them could explain the autopsy then thought the autopsy must be wrong it was to step by step that i was blind to realize that short of closing my mind totally there was no way that i.

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"senator kennedy" Discussed on The RFK Tapes

The RFK Tapes

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"senator kennedy" Discussed on The RFK Tapes

"Was standing between sir han and kennedy and if anybody knew where the gun was it was euchre where did you say it was the foot in the head i would say half to fees so there was a foot and a half to two feet from kennedy's but but if the bullet to which the out of said from duck negoti that must have been an inch away from his head no she had never came that close to kennedy a man came from in front of him where direction that he was going in in the shot stars senator from the front and he was sort of smiling then sunday seemed like there was one shot was from senator kennedy at the time i would say proximity from three to six feet stanichev at the autopsy which completely jolted me more astonished when i talked i witnesses who reiterated that there was no way that anyone but syrian could have done it because they saw him doing it and proceeded to tell me that he was standing here shooting this way thinking that would call my concerns none of them could explain the autopsy i then thought the autopsy must be wrong it was to step by step that i was blind to realize that short of closing my mind totally there was no way that i could accept the official version by this time both our hand and the police files for the case had long been locked away so loan steam flies los angeles to present his questions to the district attorney child who parody expecting and hoping to.

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"senator kennedy" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"senator kennedy" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"You know interestingly i found in my reporting that you know mr pruitt still has some very strong supporters senator wicker from mississippi for example told me that he thinks that all of these recent stories are just nitpicking but it runs the spectrum i mean on the other end there are a growing number of concerned republicans i spoke with senator kennedy from louisiana who said and i'm quoting senator kennedy here that that mr pruitt is acting as quote a moron i was just about to quote that back to you from your piece today i mean senator kennedy is is a wordy bird and he is he's he can he can turn a phrase and he speaks very bluntly in with sometimes with very wry sense of humor but i'm struck that we had very critical comments at mr pruitt from joni ernst senator from iowa from james inhofe yesterday from the senator from his home state of oklahoma and now senator kennedy saying he's quote as as you quoted him today acting like a moron i understand that there's a lot of mobilized expressions of support from mr pruitt we've certainly seen president trump even today go out of his way to praise mr pruitt but is there attrition among republican members of congress who might make a difference in terms of his fate well i think perhaps one wildcard you mentioned senator joni ernst senator grassley has also raised concerns about scott pruitt corn state senators republicans from.

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"senator kennedy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"senator kennedy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Some of the crowd is not going i wanna the head of the shot is that possible it is possible senator kennedy senator kennedy has been shot and another man kennedy campaign manager and possibly shot in the head right here rafer johnson has a hold of apparently forget it okay not hold onto the guy ladies and gentlemen we don't want another oswald we don't want another oswald in keep people away from him people away from him kennedy died shortly thereafter sirhan sirhan twentyfouryearold was arrested for the murder since then the bachelor hotel has been demolished sir hanser han remains in prison and recently robert f kennedy jr who's bet on my program before his revealed that he visited the convicted gunmen at the richard j donovan correctional facility near san diego last december he talked with him about his father and he believes that at the end of the meeting he came to the conclusion that a second shooter attacked his father a theory that many including one of the wounded have long believed paul bullies with us paul is an assistant professor of political science at lasalle college a small private college just west of boston at lasalle he teaches courses in american government the american presidency the american political institutions and perhaps his most important course the conspiracy and american politics paul welcome to the program good to have you back good evening thank you for having me back boy that clip sure brings back some horrid memories doesn't it it really does it's it's incredibly chilling and you know what happened in the pantry what the exact time i haven't was is is something that's you know fascinated all of us for for such a long time it's nice to be able to kind of revisit that and look at it with a fresh i end up if you've been following the news stories recently not only has robert f kennedy jr been supporting a renewed investigation and trial but actually his sister the former lieutenant governor of maryland kathleen kennedy townsend also has publicly called for a new investigation i had a chance to interview not only robert f kennedy about a year plus ago but also william pepper who's been representing sir hanser and this is the one thing paul that confuses me about this case initially sirhan sirhan copped the plea that he did it he basically admitted that now he says he has no recollection of anything happening but when you hear.

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"senator kennedy" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"senator kennedy" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Of funny i'm not i'm not an expert on the king assassination although i would i would like to spend more time researching that as well but what we have is not your ordinary garden variety murder we have the murder of a sitting us president we have the murder of a presidential candidate and those aren't investigated the same way as as an ordinary homicide is there are political forces at work there are agencies within the government who want to bring matters to us speedy conclusion that allows people to have faith in in in in america but i mean we can go back to to the to the great conspiracy and the fact that you know we may have been misled for john wilkes booth i mean there are just a number of issues out there within the political realm that would manda speedy an expedient trial inexpedient conviction with with with little regard for the truth let's talk about the autopsy report what does it indicate on indicates that three shots that struck senator kennedy spotty the the entry wounds were from behind so it seemed at an upward angle whereas all the witnesses president of their room agree on a couple of things number one that sirhan sirhan was always in front of senator kennedy and that kennedy's back was never to was never facing him and then when he got the first two shots off they were all a gun was held in a horizontal way and that you know during the scuffling for the gun while the other six shots were discharged the gun was pointed downward in some cases because they because rafer johnson was space in george clinton were slamming his gun hand against the steam table that they had they had you know pass near and then and then according to another witness to some of the shots were fired upward up in the air and there's indication for that because you know at least one of the bullets went through a suspended ceiling in that area center so none of the bull so only two of the shots only two of the shots that he fired actually struck senator kennedy but they came from the.

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"senator kennedy" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"senator kennedy" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Autopsy report what does it indicate on opportunity indicates that three shots that struck senator kennedy's body the the entry wounds were from behind so it seems at an upward angle whereas all the witnesses president of their own agree on a couple of things number one that sirhan sirhan was always in front of senator kennedy and that kennedy's back was never to never facing him and then when he got the first two shots off they were all the gun was held in a horizontal way and that you know during the scuffling for the gun when the other six shots were discharged the gun was pointed downward in some cases because they because rafer johnson was space in george clinton were slamming his gun hand against the esteem cable that they had they had you know pass near and then and then of course in other witnesses some of the shots were fired upward up in the air and there's indication for that because you know at least one of the bullets went through a suspended ceiling in that area center so none of the bo so only two of the shots that only two of the shots that he fired actually struck senator kennedy but they came from the wrong direction well that's that's clear that the entry wounds ask through the back and none of the witnesses placed teddy's back facing sirhan sirhan and that's a reasonable doubt right there why hasn't sure hand said anything about the assassination over the last several years other than i can't remember i can't remember i i saw one statement where he said he thought he was at a shooting range when he actually fired a senator kennedy and again this could be a person who might have a tenuous grasp on reality which might lead them which might lead someone to want to shoot a presidential candidate but the question is is he responsible for the fatal shot let's talk a little bit about him who was.

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"senator kennedy" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"senator kennedy" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Of anything happening but when you hear that clip that we just heard from that newscaster clearly people jumped sirhan sirhan in in sounds to me like they grabbed the gun from him so i don't understand though they grabbed the gun after the second shot so although it was a six shot revolver you know the first two shots where the aim shots and the rest of them you know his hand was pinned against the steam table in the kitchen and i think those shots white wild but also there's been some acoustic an acoustic study you know a few years ago the concluded that there may have been as many as thirteen shots that were fired that evening and if you know two or aimed you know six went wild that's eight there's still five shots that are unaccounted for and obviously one of them could have been the shot that was removed from president from from senator kennedy apparently sirhan sirhan wrote a manifesto i talked about this day of june fifth nineteen sixty eight that kennedy had to die and it was too tired self into the war of nine hundred sixty seven between israel egypt jordan syria yeah i mean obviously he was he was politically motivated he was a palestinian by birth and you know kennedy's support of israel obviously caused him you know some consternation but but i mean kennedy's support of israel wasn't that well known until after the assassination so i kind of question whether that was a suitable motivation of course there are all kinds of stories even some of those coming from sirhan sirhan of mind control he was looking for the woman polka dot dress etcetera etcetera but as we saw on the news this weekend in that case in in denver where the off duty fbi agent was kinda cutting the rug on the dance florida nightclub did a backflip his gun fell out he picked up the gun and the and the.

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"senator kennedy" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"senator kennedy" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Senator kennedy senator kennedy has been shot and another man sanity campaign manager and possibly shot in the head right here rafer johnson has a hold of them apparently i said forget it okay now hold onto the guy ladies and gentlemen we don't want another oswald we don't want another oswald right burr keep people away from him people away from him kennedy died shortly thereafter sirhan sirhan twenty four year old was arrested for the murder since then the bachelor hotel has been demolished sir hand sirhan remains in prison and recently robert f kennedy jr who's been on my program before his revealed that he visited the convicted gunman at the richard j donovan correctional facility near san diego last december he talked with him about his father and he believes that at the end of the meeting he came to the conclusion that a second shooter attacked his father a theory that many including one of the wounded have long believed paul w with us paul is an assistant professor of political science at lasalle college is small private college just west of boston at lasalle he teaches courses in american government the american presidency the american political institutions and perhaps his most important course the conspiracy in american politics paul welcome to the program good to have you back good evening thank you for having me back boy that clip sure brings back some horrid memories doesn't it it really does and it's it's incredibly chilling and you know what happened in the pantry what the exact time i haven't met was is is something that's fascinated the home of us for for such a long time it's nice to be able to kind of revisit that and look at it with a fresh eye and you know if you've been following the news stories recently not only has robert f kennedy jr been supporting a renewed investigation and a new trial but actually his sister the former lieutenant governor of maryland kathleen kennedy townsend also has publicly called for new investigation i had a chance to interview not only robert f kennedy about a year plus ago but also william pepper who's been representing sirhan hanser this is the one thing paul that confuses me about this case initially sirhan sirhan copped the plea that he did it he basically admitted that now he says he has no recollection of anything happening but when you hear.

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"senator kennedy" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"senator kennedy" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Some of the crowd is not going to happen i want to shot is that possible it has senator kennedy senator kennedy has been shot another man penalty campaign manager and possibly shot in the head right here rafer johnson has a hold of a man who apparently fired the shot i said forget it okay hold onto the guy own honor ladies and gentlemen all we don't want another oswald we don't want another oswald raybird keep people away from him people away from him kennedy died shortly thereafter sirhan sirhan twenty four year old was arrested for the murder since then the bachelor hotel has been demolished sir hand sirhan remains in prison and recently robert f kennedy jr who's bet on my program before his revealed that he visited the convicted gunman at the richard j donovan correctional facility near san diego last december he talked with him about his father and he believes that at the end of the meeting he came to the conclusion that a second shooter attacked his father a theory that many including one of the wounded have long believed paul w with us paul is an assistant professor of political science at lasalle college small private college just west of boston at lasalle he teaches courses in american government the american presidency the american political institutions and perhaps his most important course the conspiracy and american politics paul welcome to the program good to have you back good evening george thank you for having me back for that clip.

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"senator kennedy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"senator kennedy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"When he was i in the senate senator helms who is not whose views were not exactly consistent with senator kennedy gave a talk in which he criticized kennedy pretty strongly for the senate and that annoyed senator biden meeting got up and gave a speech criticizing helms a lot it goes back to his office and gets a call from mansfield who is under mansfield who is the leader of the senate and calls him in and says you shouldn't have gone into sort of personal speech he said i'd like to tell you something just a few weeks ago senator helms wife was diagnosed with cancer and you know who organized for the best possible treatment that she could get senator kennedy and you see business is business and personal relations are different and of course i i got the oddly enough i my law clerks had some kind of for some reason we had a chinese fortune cookie so i opened up china's decide i'll tell you what it said it said bitter and course words are the sign of a week oh yeah my wife is nodding that's right there it is so the chinese fortune cookie knows and i think people in the supreme court take advised justice steven brier conversation with alan solomon of tufts university in april this is she's been radio programming from thursday i wanna talk about some issues recently before the court in one of the issues that's on everyone's mind right now is gun control ten years ago the court decided in the district economy of the heller that several gun control measures violated the right to bear arms protected by the second amendment it was a five four decision you joined the dissenting opinion by justice john paul stevens who recently by the way called for the repeal of the second amendment but you also filed a separate dissent in which you agreed on different grounds could you take us through some of the arguments in that case and in the thinking behind your descent and what do you think of the position that's taken by former justice stevens as the second person that's up to him the i can't take any comment at all and that's one of the problems of being a judge you just can't comment on a lot of things you might like to get out.

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"senator kennedy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"senator kennedy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Not for a reason he would like matthew peterson nominee to the federal district court in washington d c found himself unable to answer some basic questions about trial court practice here senator john kennedy republican of louisiana questioning peterson about his experience have you ever argued emotion and state court i have not have argued a motion in federal court now while as a trial judge you obviously gonna have witnesses you tell me what the ah don't bear standard fish senator kennedy i i don't have that are readily uh at my disposal what do you have to know to be a federal judge we call jonathan adler a professor of law at case western reserve school of law he's been honoured by the conservative federalist society for his teaching and his scholarship and joins us now from his home outside cleveland professor adler thanks for joining us could to be here how big deal was it that mr peterson was unable to answer these questions here it's hard to say but it certainly looks very bad and as a law professor who sometimes make a practice of called calling on students and occasionally catches them at a moment when are not quite prepared or when they freeze up i'm reluctant to be two conclusive but it is worrisome when you have someone that does not i have a lot of trial experience reaffirmed concerns one might have about their lack of experience by not being able to talk even in general terms about some of the sorts of issues and things they would have to deal with the federalist society which you're contributor to has reportedly suggested end vetted nominees for the administration would you stand by matthew peterson.

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"senator kennedy" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"senator kennedy" Discussed on WGTK

"Senator kennedy and senator mccain for first of all with senator mccain is complete lately unjustified and it's wrong in it's stupid and it's pathetic frankly and i western were really is the is the charges that the new york times made against john mccain when he was running for president nine years ago are charges that senator mccain enthusiastically denied as did the other person implicated and it's like those stupid charges the national enquirer made against ted cruz i i think they're phony and certainly nothing ever prove knows settlements and to say the john mccain is only a liberal because he ate it first of all these a liberally somebody with that over eighty percent lifetime american conservative union rating and it's just it's it's a smear and it's wrong as to senator kennedy senator kennedy was a liberal lion nerve was a a very committed liberal he he grew up in it i mean his his father was a very active democrats and are not a particularly admirable one and to suggest that senator kennedy was given pass for a lot of terrible things that happened that were imputed to him because he was a liberal hero yeah i think that's fair but to say that he only embraced liberalism be cause of an imperfect personal life i think is is unfair and reductionist meanwhile a quick word from our relief factor uh the owners of relief factor the founders relief factor peadon seth talbot just are making a special offer to anybody who may be interested in relief factor here about how it can actually reduce your pain very directly vary immediately overcome your scepticism you want to well go ahead and order right now in the month of october we got this n concerning relief factor from margaret and meghan since i've kqed factor i've been able to walk normally again and king high going away show i just wonder recommend is to anyone who has your pain or any type of aid it it is really a miracle product i've been using relief factor for.

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