24 Burst results for "Six Six Months"

Police step up street racing, drifting enforcement as the Atlanta City Council passes stiffer penalties

Dana Loesch

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Police step up street racing, drifting enforcement as the Atlanta City Council passes stiffer penalties

"Against street racing had been adopted by the Atlanta City Council pastry at the I 85 overpass, the old fourth ward near the varsity, even on the Interstate Street racing not only blocking roads but the big safety issue, but we don't have 102 103 100 people show up at a spot in the side. They want to drag race. They're organized event. And so, Councilman Dustin Hillis says. This crackdown targets passengers in the cars, organizers of the events as well the penalties of a a minimum minimum fine fine of of $1000 $1000 up up to to six six months months in in jail jail at at Drake. Drake. It's It's

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Josh Gad reveals why 'Do You Want to Build a Snowman?' was added after early Frozen screening

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Josh Gad reveals why 'Do You Want to Build a Snowman?' was added after early Frozen screening

"10 wins Entertainment news. Why was the song additive Frozen? Will Josh Gadd, the voice of frosty psychic, Olav talked about it on people TV's couch surfing. PSAs, a film song. Writer Robert Lopez wrote the songs with his wife, Kirsten Anderson. Lopez came to him told him the first screenings of the film were quote a mess that's called one Snowman. So cut to six six months months later, later, I'm I'm with with my my wife, wife, and and we're we're screening screening it it with with Kristen Kristen Bell, Bell, Adina Adina Menzel Menzel and and the the Creatives Creatives and and I I turned turned to to my my wife wife who's who's the the most most critical critical person. person. I know Lola and she looks at me and she goes. This is really special. God says, I think, after which they fixed the moment where you see the girl's affection, For each other. Wednesday.

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DPS Expands Driver License Services, Now Accepting Renewal And Replacement Office Appointments in Dallas

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

DPS Expands Driver License Services, Now Accepting Renewal And Replacement Office Appointments in Dallas

"Back into place in office services for driver license and identification card renewal and replacement, But you have to make an appointment, The agency says it is dealing With a huge backlog because offices were closed during the Koven 19 pandemic. DPS DPS will will be be offering offering Saturday Saturday appointments appointments on on certain certain dates. dates. You You can can book book an an appointment appointment for for a a certain certain day day and and time time up up to to six six months months in in advance. advance. On On the the day day of of your your appointment. appointment. You You can check in using the kiosk inside or from your cell phone. You can also go to Texas dot gov. For possible online transactions. Kelly We's news radio to Nettie Kor L

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A Bluetick Update from Mike #Taber

Startups For the Rest of Us

05:45 min | 10 months ago

A Bluetick Update from Mike #Taber

"Mike? How's it going doing man? It's going good. How are you doing all right? Just wrapped up the state of independence ASS report and did my first livestream ever yesterday. which is like I will just say? It was very nerve nerve wracking. Holy Moly I mean and it was a thirty minute with a you know. Essentially with I mean producers Andrew was there of course doing stuff and then there was a video guy they had lower thirds is it felt like a cable access new show or something where it was it was very intense and our cameras and lights and all that stuff so fun. Exhilarating completely adrenalin filled in exhausting. To sit and talk for thirty minutes. It was fine. How about you what are you up to for last It's been about six weeks talked. Yeah lots of stuff going on. I'm sure we'll cover the vast majority over the next thirty to forty minutes or so. Yeah I'm excited to get into it. After the last episode I did receive some feedback. There's some comments on on the website star for the rest of US episode. Four seventy five. You can read those and there were kind of mixed comments like some people. Were really down on the fact that you hadn't. I started the the kind of cold email outreach and the podcast tour email outreach or I guess it had just started there were no results and then other people were like hanging there Mike. Don't let this stuff drag on forever. But we're we're rooting for you. And so my hope today is to dig into some of that stuff. I did listen back to some of our older conversations over the past. It's been six sir eight months now since we've been doing this format where we touch base every safe Ford at four to six weeks and Google stuff started a long time ago and that seal dot net component has hung around very long time. And so I think that's that's the thing I want to look at today is like I mentioned this a little bit last episode like I want to figure out how how we can have things hanging around for shorter amounts of time right because that's it you know when they talk about for months on end it's like feels like it's it making progress on those fronts even though you might be on some so I think I was Before we were recording my memory is like your big wins over the past. Six six months have really been getting the Google audit done and wrapped. And am I correct that. That's that's completely done and you haven't had to spend any time on that. Oh yes it is cool. That's good and then the other thing is something we talked about last conversation where you said. A new larger customer had signed up. I think it's your biggest customer actually and you were building some features and you know trying to keep them on board. And how has that gone since then over the past six weeks wchs so that customers Using the product and so far seems to be working. Well I'd like to see more of their users a little bit more actively engaged. But that's the kind on an ongoing process but so far things are working out as far as I can tell I mean in terms of general generally how blue tick is going up. It's November December. And it looks like it'll be up for January as well so that's a good sign. I guess we'll see see how things go. I don't know I it's hard to put it in whereas this like not where things are but like expectations do not always align with reality. Sure but looking back I mean even if you look back over the past three months you're saying revenues ticked up each month which has not been the case the couple years prior to that right. It's been it's been stagnant or it had been stagnant or slow had slow slow decline it from time to time. Can you any idea of scale probably without mentioning Zach dollar amounts but when you say revenues up is it a few percentage points. Is it up pretty dramatically over that time period. I mean over the past couple of months. I'd have to say it's up. Maybe thirty or forty percents. I'm like that maybe fifty. Okay how are you feeling about that. I'm feeling good but it's still short of where I would like to. I mean that's always I think revenue is always going to be short of where you would like it to be but I feel really good about where things things are headed. I spent a lot of time over kind of a holiday break kind of thinking about different things. And you said you'd mentioned how there were a couple of large things that we're kind of hanging over over my head or pollute success in terms of where the product is just not getting certain things on like the Google audit for example. And I've kind of made it a concerted effort to who like fully. Finish some of the things that I start now. So if I you know work on Google Audit for example like my my goal finish it and said put a line in the sand and say look even though there's other things going on that are important that need to be paid attention to. I can't just do eighty percent of this or sixty percent of it and let it drop and then move onto something else else like I kind of need to take it all the way to the finish line as opposed to letting other things that you know maybe just as important distract me. So I've been making more of an effort to take things things all the way to the finish line. I think that's good to know about yourself because I do. I have seen that in you for sure. You know the tendency to to bounce from one thing to the next and to have that stuff that you you do talk about for six months on podcast interviews or whatever and they feel like they hang around and they. There's certainly a mental wait. I think on your psyche if you're not completing those things. Yeah and that's that's what I recognized. It was just the the mental weight of those things. And if there's a couple of them they start to stack up and even though I'm bouncing back and forth between some of those things I may be making progress on them. It doesn't mean that they're gone out of the way so they still kind of way on my mind and you know I kind of think about them at at times where I really shouldn't be. It is very distracting. I got to the point where I made a list of distractions and said look. I'm going to make an active decision to not pursue pursue these things. But these are no distractions. I basically written down so I kind of shiny objects syndrome for entrepreneurial. Add like look recognize that these things are there. But I've made a decision. Do not go in this direction and just walk away.

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Rain Brings New Worries To Burned Areas In Australia

Environment: NPR

03:48 min | 11 months ago

Rain Brings New Worries To Burned Areas In Australia

"Rain in the forecast for the east coast of Australia. And that's good news for firefighters still fighting blazes near some of the country's largest cities but ran after after fires can also create problems can even be dangerous and Beers Rebecca Hersher. Has This report when I called pattern. I'm in this week. He was in Melbourne walking outside. And I could hear the wind through the phone for smokey. We are expecting thunderstorms says a lot. More Humid Nyman is a forest hydrologist. He studies is how drought and wildfires can affect drinking water supplies and while the rain in the Australian forecast is a good thing. The thunderstorms worry. Him Is this a lot of Raines. Spread out over six months. That's a good outcome if there are short. Intense bursts of rainfall made through thunderstorms. Those are the ones that are problematic. Nick problematic because thunderstorms are more likely to drop a lot of rain in a short amount of time and areas. That burned can't absorb a lot of water for a couple of reasons. I wildfire removes vegetation which means that. The rainfall hits the soil directly. Second the vile fire heats the soil which causes something called water-repellent exellency or hydrophobia city. Which means that doesn't absorb into the soil so most of the rain becomes surface runoff. That runoff can sweep the soil and ash downhill hill and into streams and lakes. If a lot of sediment gets into reservoirs. The water gets really cloudy. And it can't be sterilized which means people can't drink it right now. The biggest drinking water concerns or for the areas around Canberra and Sydney water officials of setup filters at the reservoir that provides Sydney with the majority of its water to trap sediment and intense rain after fires can also be dangerous. A prime example. I'm and says is what's happened in California in recent years John. McNeil is the assistant. Didn't fire chief for Ventura County California. An area that has a similar landscape to many of the places that are burning in Australia in two thousand thirteen. A wildfire started in the hills there. Yeah it was called. The Springs Fire Wind caused the fire to burn hot and fast removing most of the vegetation and leaving the soil. Hard and Ashi at the base of the burnt hills were about two to three hundred homes. There's a small kind of retirement. Enclave of single family dwellings below the area that burn and year after the fire. There was a rainstorm voluntary. Evacuations tonight in Camarillo for people living near the hillside burn. Last year spring fire. The rain fell on hard soil. There were no plans to hold the dirt in place. Mud and rocks came loose and sped downhill the high impact areas it just completely leveled leveled the homes there would be some walls standing and then it was just completely sheared off from the debris and pretty sizeable rocks. That were coming down. Luckily people had evacuated evacuated in time. No one was killed. The risk of debris flows is rising in parts of California and Australia because of climate change and because of housing development relevant patterns. Hotter weather is drying out plants and soil exacerbating drought in making intense wildfires. More likely people are also building homes and and wildfire prone areas and as the earth gets hotter extreme. Rain is getting more common in Australia. The forest hydrologist Petr Nyman has found that debris flows are already getting more frequent and severe in the southeastern part of the country. That's where this year's fires are burning. The rainfall over the next six six months is going to be critical if there's a storm than they might be really widespread issues across the whole east coast of Australia. All of this requires a quick period habit for emergency officials from fighting the fires to protecting homes and water supplies from the quenching rains. Rebecca Hersher N._p._R. News.

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Iowa State Fair

Post Reports

03:24 min | 1 year ago

Iowa State Fair

"So we just got here and we are looking for holly bailey political reporter for the post and she's been here since the beginning of the fair falling around with candidates tried trying to talk to them and talking to voters and so what i want to know from her is what is it like being here and what you learn from the iowa state bear. So how have you been good. I've been here for since the day. The fair opened <hes>. It's it's now slowed down on a lot so this. This is not your first time at that. I was you know no it is not. I've been covering the iowa fair since two thousand seven so i'm here. I've been here every year since then. Wow so when you hear. What are you trying to get when you come to iowa state fair is it about like seeing how the candidates are navigating the speiss and and how they're finding away to like have a human moment with voters whereas more about talking to voters and seeing what they are thinking how they're feeling or what are you trying to get. I think it's a combination of both i mean just to step back. Iowa is a state of three million people and a million people or more come to the fair every year. It's a huge huge event. <hes> and i think people think everyone in iowa sort of lining up to go to political events and that's not true you do get a large segment of people who come to the fair who are politically savvy the haven't necessarily seen on the candidates and they're seeing them for the first time so you do when i talk to people and sort of gauge what they're thinking about the race especially this year when there have been so so many candidates state fair oh you know we're entering the final few months before the caucuses and the i was a fair is kind of this political tradition where it divides up the month before where people are sort sort of getting their ground operation together around the fair and then into labor day is when you start seeing the sprint when you see people start spending even more time here you know so obviously i'm always curious about the human moments because this is a chance to see these candidates close and how do they interact with people but i you know one of the things i wanted to see. Here is just sorta. Get a better idea of what the ground game was like here for these candidates like how many volunteers do they have. What is the enthusiasm and so for example on the first day. Joe biden was here and amihai people out with clipboards and they were all these kids and you know when people would come up to them. You know the volunteer would say i just moved here from delaware so that's one hint of who is staffing joe uh-huh biden's campaign here but then you know people get griping because they didn't have stickers or signs or that sort of thing and i overheard the staff saying we'll go to <unk> website you can buy them there and that did not go down well with this little being here is for us to get stickers came out shit stickers. They had for more people with clipboards sort of around taking names elizabeth warren arrived here with fans that she handed out to people which is very important on an eighty five degree day where people are sweltering altering and the heat and then bernie sanders came out and his volunteers talk t shirts and you just sort of get little hints like that i mean it's not like you can immediately say. This is the defining example of what the ground game is here but it is a good chance to sort of get some insight into what's going on here. <hes> i'm thinking behind yeah six months five six six months before people actually start to vote

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"six six months" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"six six months" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"It's literally that simple. So camera Harris wants more regulation. And again, it's always the greedy evil major corporations, major corporations are paying women, much less than they're paying men and the gender. Pay gap needs to be closed. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the employer to prove to the government that they are paying equal pay for equal work at if not, it's gotta be on a merit based system, and they must prove merit, correct. Corey a new plan from Senator Kamala Harris to eliminate the gender pay gap would find companies that are unable to prove they're paying men and women equally. California Senator in her presidential and presidential contender has some explaining to do analysis found men were paid a higher median salary than women in both our Senate office and unheard camp. Inner Senate off as most release. Recent six six-month disclosure. The median male salary was thirty four nine ninety nine or thirty five brand year. The medium female salary two thousand dollars less is less. During which time the median male soured of the previous six months, period. The male salary was twenty seven one and the female salary. Twenty five seven a six percent difference. Women making only ninety four cents on the dollar the meant as the men do on that campaign that was in her Senate office on her campaign. The gap is even worse. Yep. It's good for the goose Andrew. Who's next? Here's Tim.

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Service and Sacrifice: Irish forces in Golan well trained to deal with challenging situations

UN News

07:18 min | 1 year ago

Service and Sacrifice: Irish forces in Golan well trained to deal with challenging situations

"Rish military personnel. Serving under the UN flag in the Golan Heights. If been well trained to deal with challenging situations, according to the head of the contingent there there are one hundred thirty I rish nationals, including seven women currently deployed to the Wendy's engagement observer force that you went peacekeeping mission which was established in one thousand nine seventy four to monitor ceasefire between Israel and Syria. Many have served previously in other UN missions, including in Liberia, Lebanon, Kosovo, and Western Sahara, recently, the Irish contingent has been clearing mines. So that you enforce it can take positions again in areas, which had to be evacuated as a result of the civil war, which was taking place in Syria. Daniel Dickinson has been talking to the commander of the Irish forces Lieutenant Colin Lewis Flynn. I'm the contingent commander for the contingent which makes the fifty ninth if regroup on the we provide the Responsibility Act as the force observe. Company under the direct command of the enough force commander in order to achieve this task. And we maintain a credible in robust presence in the Golan to uphold the mandates and the Irish continued operates out of come forward. Which is where the force headquarters is located we maintain a quick Russia force and also reserve force within the amfar times, the quick reaction force is a small highly mobile unflexible force dot com. Respond to requests made by the force commander within fifteen minutes. Twenty four seven the requests can range from the evacuation of personnel from you in positions for various emergency reasons to routine patrols of the Bravo line on the east side of the areas of rain. The unisom also is self sufficient in that we have our engineering medical ordinance transport on the disk personnel who provides the capability for us to. To operate as in a self-sufficient manner. Are within our Mondays what role does the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force to give it it's it's official title. What role? Does it play? It's Mondays to maintain a credible presence in the Golan onto us best efforts to maintain the ceasefire between Israel on the Syrian Arab Republic. And to see the observed and what are the operating conditions like in in the region. I would put the operation conditions as challenging the area of perations is primarily focused on recall, the area separation between the alpha and Bravo lines. Both lines stretch for a distance of about seventy five kilometers from hermit in the north to the Jordanian border in the south area. Both lines in between. Both lines is known as the area's separation at the whitest point the area's operation stretches to nine kilometers, and is two hundred meters wide at the narrows point is that a particularly active area are the things. On every day, which peacekeepers need to react to on has over the last number of months has been reestablishing its its footprints in the area separation ju to the civil war which was on going in the area, the security situation deteriorated to such an extent that on withdrew most of its its presence from the area separation from the series from the Syrian side. Correct. They moved onto the side of the area separation until the last number months. We've moved back onto the onto the problem side and the Irish contingent is providing a level of engineer specialist search which we can go in and clear. Previously occupied a UN posts to ensure that all residents of war and Debbie are a safely cleared removed. So that can be occupied by UN forces. So that creates a challenging environment as technically difficult, but we have exceptionally well trained unqualified personnel to do those tasks wise it. Important for Ireland to contribute to on of I suppose since Arden's independence. We've been committed to a number of international bodies in the league nations between the world wars the UN after World War Two more recently the European Union on its predecessors at so it's a pragmatic assigned of our farm policy at a small state. So she's can commission on involve itself in the international order and provide a immeasurable presence in international peacekeeping on the world stage at wall sort of challenges do your troops face, especially those ones who who were on a UN peacekeeping mission for the first time. The first challenge is the the preparation on training is conducted at home before we deploy overseas normally takes approximately three months preparation period, where we'll go through the full remix of professional military training in the various specialities that we will bring with us. From dismounted infantry to the engineer specialist. Search teams to our ordinance disposal team our medical teams communications, so we can integrate fully as a robust mobile and competent enforce reserve and also getting understanding cultural or Stein of where we're going what we're going to do. And how we go about doing that an important in that is that we haven't ability to operate with our international partners owned the UN flying the other contingents within the on off mission. So that we can become more interoperable as we conduct operations. And but then there's also the personal Ed challenges even have obviously were leaving our friends and family behind in our in for for six six months tour, Judy. So there's an emotional price that personnel play. What do your men and women tell you about their experience serving as a as a blue helmet overall? I would say it's hugely positive 'em. They rise to the challenges by an allows of members of the arts festival will join the ability to to travel abroad to provide a real improvement in the conduct of the mandate admissions and to add a positive legacy to their service in the defence forces. So the professional satisfaction that they were saved and also the opportunity to operate with a multinational force, whom they wouldn't necessarily get the opportunity to operate with an also the exposure to a much wider civilian an NGO non-governmental organizations that operate in the area, we fully understand that the broadest level of peacekeeping and your mandate missions that military provide one elements of the solution and as far wider area covering call the comprehensive approach where all of the other. Non-governmental actors and aid agencies and provides support to the to to the to the wider conflict, and you're always benefit from not during experience seeing how people engage in tackle problems in a different way using a different lens of experience. So that's a huge using positive.

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"six six months" Discussed on Inside the Cave

Inside the Cave

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"six six months" Discussed on Inside the Cave

"Stopped working three months ago? Household bills are behind every time. The phone rings a debt collector. We are not government workers. We factory workers. He still I start working to focus on our children. And he hasn't done his share. I'm not exactly sure what he's doing with our money, but his checks always short. And we are always in the whole. He is just irresponsible. I think I never noticed it before. Because I was working too. How do you do with irresponsible man damn sunlight my wife wrote in? Come on with the cat. Watch Itam to now. I'm I feel I feel like you knew he was irresponsible because you didn't sit down and discuss the breakdown of the bills fairly before y'all got Mary might again, this seems like an issue where you're saying all the bills not thinking. I mean, you get having you you all didn't specify who would do what? So the fact that you know, he's allowing the fact that you stopped working not being sure if he will cover all the bills and then. If it's a lot of questions, I have a lot of questions, but at the end of the day, he's a little responsible for our new black there. There should have been things already taken care of. How would you do responsible, man? That's the question. I I just would talk to some again, do your pillow talk about this stuff. Young. Continuously like after unit bluest man that he landed off feeling great. And then be like all right, man. What's up with that life Issur? Damn you just come out to the life insurance. Like that. Will she got a good point though? I mean, I don't know. Mary guys, do but my wife is talking about bills and stuff. I just simply say, yes. Okay. All right me. I do this do the same thing the same thing. And I've got my act together in the last six six months more than I ever have in my life three. What did they say rule you to be happy or you can be married? So. So. Simply just okay. Sure. No. We can't like this. When we get married. We'll get married. Way off subject are subject. That your mind. No. But him know that please. Just telling..

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"six six months" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"six six months" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"That was expanded overtime in the eighteenth in the eighteen hundreds in the nineteenth century to to ten justices kind of weird eighteen sixty six ties there is a really really interesting question that we got from a listener that that i guess we're going to do is apparent here who said maybe having an even number on the supreme court wouldn't be such a terrible thing because that our to the lower go back yeah yeah that's exactly right then then the lower court decision stance that was interesting when you think about it yeah yeah i thought it was a really really and so instead of having every time you'd have a five four right if that if that was if you added another justice and it was a five five that meant a lower court opinion to be six or because trump gets another well yeah and i'm gonna get to that in a second but so eighteen sixty six the chief justice of the supreme court samuel chase asked congress to pass an act that would whittle the court back down to six again a back down to seven actually that the next three justices who would retire would not be replaced and and that actually happened so it went from ten to nine eighteen sixty six and then from nine to eight in eighteen sixty seven and then congress like we're gonna fix this at nine and they passed the judiciary activating sixty nine it's been fixed at nine ever since so how would you pack the court what what democrats would have to do is blow up the filibuster amend the judiciary active eighteen sixty nine to provide for fifteen judges or whatever and then nominate those six more judges and use the nuclear option to confirm them all i want to point out that if that's the position we're taking republicans could do that now right i mean they own the senate if it looks like they're gonna lose the senate in november right in october they could blow up the filibuster amend the judiciary active eighteen sixty nine and provide for you know instant nomination of six new justices and cram them all through right and you might say to that well surely if they did a naked power grab that bad then then surely susan collins would would save us right and maybe she would but but this is what i want to say to those of us on the left if that's our view than you cannot fault a moderate republican for looking at democrats doing the exact same thing in twenty twenty one and saying well surely claire mccaskill or heidi heitkamp doug jones will save us from this naked democratic power grab and and that's why i wanted to walk us through that side of the argument right imagined trump adding six this should be an andrew was wrong because i really was just in disbelief that you would think that's a better solution that just saying hey this unjustice or even maybe these two were obtained through collusion with russia and a stolen election which impeach them and replace them i yeah we call a tear you go i love me i'm not saying i endorse schmidt right i'm i don't know what to do but i was i was more blyth than than than appropriate the first time through and part of that was when i looked at what roosevelt actually did right so i kind of it's been a long time since since us history and what roosevelt's proposal in nineteen thirty seven was to appoint one additional justice for each incumbent justice on on the supreme court over the age of seventy years and six six months who refused to retire up until a maximum bench fifteen justices and that was immediately called out as court packing even though there was there was an extensive ly neutral justification right it was like these guys are old we are trying to pass ocial security but the supreme court won't let us so let's ease the burden on these old guys by getting some some young blood on.

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"six six months" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"six six months" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"I was succeeded months once i was before the grand jury had to westbound represent in these individuals and i was succeeded by william bettman and representing howard honey it was very prominent a partner of a law from there in washington but before that he was a prosecutor in the white house and the justice department and he was a prosecutor of jimmy hoffa and about a month to two months before the first watergate trial he called me to office and he said doug you're going to be a key witness at the first watergate trial prosecutors were wrong and everything they've mistreated you they accused wrongly and now they fear they've lost their case and so your testimony is going to be gone over with a fine tooth comb and he said when the tests money you said before that you'd be called down to the office and kobe your grand jury testimony and when you go for your grand jury tests money the transcript see if they altered anything that you said before the grand jury well when you said that i really fill out of my chair because you're under your under a holzer sworn to tell the truth as the and if the if the prosecutors alternator grand jury transcript it puts you in dr apparel what i read is that but that's what they did to hoffa that's what william william pitman and just did offer is they alter the grand jury transcript ultimately went to prison to hoffa hated bobby kennedy hated him in i've always wondered in i i knew hoffa by the way douglas i was with him in may of nineteen seventy five in detroit he was executive producer of a newscast and we had interviewed him and i was walking him to his car and we're talking about all these things i have no idea he was part of or could have been part of the kennedy assassination but i did know that he hated bobby kennedy and at this point now in my career after reading so many books about this case i'm just wondering if he was part of it in some former fashion knowing that if you got rid of jfk it would take the heat off him with with bobby which of course it did not cause ended up going to jail anyway yeah i'll just say he was a key player in one way or another i guess we'll never really know exact dimensions of it now let's talk a little bit about lbj's role in all of this what have you concluded based on everything you now know what do you think his role might have been if anything well my book is based on on personal information by that things that happened to me and so i try to bring to light that is not found elsewhere in other words there's a lot of there's a lot of books about lbj and so forth but my my my my the knowledge i have a lbj comes from billie sol estes and after explain why do you believe billie sol at the time i'm doing okay billy sol because he was a swindler wasn't he yes he was but he was also the the bag man and the business partner over lbj and and so we had a story to tell and he contacted the mood and foundation in galveston seeking a grant to till historian to visit him when he was in prison in midland texas and and and i said to him well you want to tell your story how do you wanna do that and he said i don't know i said well write a book write a book about i'll think about that and he was going to be released six six six months later he was he was released on the first of january one nineteen eightyfour but in the meanwhile after i met with him he gave the idea to his daughter pam tedford and she wrote a book called billy sol the king of the wheeler dealers was a great book but only told the story of what the family had endured it did not tell anything about what he knew and when you got out of prison he cold called mood in the moody foundation and said i want to tell my story and moody sent me up to meet with him and so i sat down with it took took a half a dozen meetings before he finally told me what he knew and he.

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"six six months" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"six six months" Discussed on KSRO

"The hush money and of course he did not want this to come out before the grand jury because it back to him and that's why the prosecutors refused to that me acidy spain further about that but i didn't want to mention one thing about jimmy hoffa that is that i was succeeded much months before the grandeur jury had represented in these individuals and i was succeeded by william bettman representing howard honey it was very prominent a partner of a law from there in washington but before that he was a prosecutor in the white house chief justice department and he was a prosecutor of jimmy hoffa and about a month to too much for the first watergate trial he called me to his office and he said doug you're going to be a key witness at the first watergate trial prosecutors were wrong and everything they've mistreated you tuesday wrongly and now they fear they've lost their case and so your testimony it's going to be gone over with a fine tooth comb and he said when they go bigger testimony and you said before that you'd be called down to the office and gobi your grand jury testimony and when you go pick a grand jury testimony the transcript see if they've altered anything that you said before the grand jury well when you said that i really feel out of my chair because you're under under oath sworn to tell the truth and if the if prosecutors alternator grand jury transcript it puts you in dr apparel i read and it is is that they that's what they did the hoffer that's what lincoln justice burma did offer is they alter the grand jury transcript and ultimately went to prison to hoffa hated bobby kennedy hated him in i've always wondered i knew hoffa by the way douglas i was with him in may of nineteen seventy five in detroit i was executive producer of a newscast and we had interviewed him and i was walking him to his car and we're talking about all these things idea i'd no idea he was part of or could have been part of the kennedy assassination but i did know that he hated bobby kennedy and at this point now in my career after reading so many books about this case i'm just wondering if he was part of it in some former fashion knowing that if you got rid of jfk it would take the heat off him with with bobby which of course it did not cause off ended up going to jail anyway yeah i'll just say he was a key player in one way or another i guess we'll never really know the exact dimensions of it now let's talk a little bit about lbj's role in all of this what have you concluded based on everything you now know what do you think his role might have been if anything well my book is based on on personal information by that things that happened to me and so i i try to bring to light information that is not found elsewhere in other words there's a lot of there's a lot of books about lbj and so forth but my my my my the knowledge i have a lbj comes from billy celestis and after spain do you believe billie sol at the time i'm doing okay because he was a swindler was any yes he was but he was also the the bag man and the business partner of lbj and and so you had a story to tell and he contacted the mood and foundation in galveston seeking a grant to tell his story to visit him and he was in prison in midland texas and and and i said to him you want to tell your story how do you wanna do that and he said i don't know i said well write a book the book is about i'll think about that and he was going to be released six six six months later he was he was released on the first of january nineteen eightyfour but in the meanwhile after i met with him he gave the idea to his daughter pam tedford and she wrote a book called billy sol the king of the wheeler dealers it was a great book but only told the story of what the family had endured it did not tell anything about what he knew and what do you got out of prison he cold called mood in the moody foundation i said i want to tell my story and chamblee sent me up to meet with him.

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"six six months" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"six six months" Discussed on KNSS

"And of course he did not want this to come out before the grand jury because right back to him and that's why the prosecutors refused to that me acidy spend further about that but i didn't watch some want to mention one thing about jimmy hoffa that is at i was succeeded months months before the grand jury had to westphal represented in these individuals and i was succeeded by william bettman and representing howard honey it was very prominent partner of a law from there in washington but before that he was a prosecutor in the white house to me on the justice department and he was a prosecutor of jimmy hoffa and about a month to two months before the first watergate fell he called me to his office and he said doug you're going to be a key witness at the first watergate trial prosecutors were wrong and everything they've mistreated you accused wrongly and now they fear they've lost their case and so your testimony is going to be gone over with a fine tooth comb and it said the testimony you said before that you'd be called down to the office and kobe your grand jury testimony and when you go through your grand jury testimony the transcripts see if they've altered anything that you said before the grand jury well when you said that another fill out of my chair because you're under there under oath sworn to tell the truth and if the and if the if the prosecutors alternative grand jury transcript it puts you in dr apparel it sure does what i read is that but that's what they did to hoffa that's what william william pittman and the justice department did offer is they alter the grand jury transcript and ultimately went to sent to prison hoffa hated bobby kennedy hated him and i've always wondered i knew hoffa by the way douglas now you i was with him in may of nineteen seventy five in detroit i was executive producer of a newscast and we had interviewed him and i was walking him to his car and we're talking about all these things idea i'd no idea he was part of or could have been part of the kennedy assassination but i did know that he hated bobby kennedy and at this point now in my career after reading so many books about this case i'm just wondering if he was part of it in some former fashion knowing that if you got rid of jfk it would take the heat off him with with bobby which of course it did not because half ended up going to jail anyway yeah i'll just say he was a key player in one way or another i guess we'll never really know the exact dimensions of it now let's talk a little bit about lbj's role in all of this what have you concluded based on everything you now know what do you think his role might have been if anything well my book is based on on personal information by that things that happened to me and so i try to bring to light information that is not found elsewhere in other words there's a lot of there's a lot of books about lbj and so forth but my my my the knowledge i have a bj comes from billie sol estes and have to explain why do you believe billie sol at the time i'm doing okay billy sol because he was a swindler wasn't he was yes he was but he was also the the bag man and the business partner of lbj and and so we had a story to tell and he contacted the mood and foundation in galveston seeking a grant to tell his story visit him when he was in prison in midland texas and and i said to him you want to tell your story how do you wanna do that and he said i don't know i said well write a book write a book about i'll think about that and he was going to be released six six six months later he was he was released on the first of january nineteen eightyfour but in the meanwhile after i met with him he gave the idea to his daughter pam tedford and she wrote a book called billy sol the king of the wheeler dealers was a great book but only told the story what the family that endured it did not tell anything about what he knew and what do you got out of prison called called sure moody of the moody foundation i said i want to tell my story and moody sent me up to meet with him.

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"six six months" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"six six months" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Do want to mention one thing about jimmy hoffa that is that i was succeeded months before the grand jury i had two westbound representing these individuals and i was succeeded by william bettman representing howard honey was very prominent apart from there and morrison but before that he was a prosecutor in the white house tune in the justice department and he was a prosecutor of jimmy hoffa and about a month to too much before the first watergate fell he called me to his office and he said doug you're going to be a key witness at first watergate trial prosecutors were wrong and everything they've mistreated you they accused wrongly and now they fear they've lost their case and so your testimony is going to be gone over the fine tooth comb and he said when they go bigger testimony you said before that you'll be called down to the office and for your grand jury kiss money and when you go through your grand jury testimony the transcript see if they've altered anything that you said before the grand jury well when you said that out of my chair because you're under there under oath ulcer sworn to tell the truth and if the if the if the prosecutors are your grand jury transcript it puts you in dr apparel when i read is that but that's what they did to hoffa that's what the justice department did offer is they alter the grand jury transshipping ultimately went to sent to prison she hoffa hated bobby kennedy hated him in i've always wondered i knew hoffa by the way douglas value i was with him in may of nineteen seventy five in detroit he was executive producer of a newscast and we had interviewed him and i was walking him to his car and we're talking about all these things idea i'd no idea he was part of or could have been part of the kennedy assassination but i did know that he hated bobby kennedy and at this point now in my career after reading so many books about this case i'm just wondering if he was part of it in some former fashion knowing that if you got rid of jfk it would take the heat off him with with bobby which of course it did not cause ended up going to jail anyway yeah i'll just say he was a key player in one way or another but i guess we'll never be no exact dimensions of it now let's talk a little bit about lbj's role in all of this what have you concluded based on everything you now know what do you think his role might have been if anything well my book is based on on personal information by that things that happened to me and so i try to bring to light information that is not found elsewhere in other words there's a lot of there's a lot of books about lbj and so forth but my my my my knowledge i have a healthy bj comes from billy celestis and after it's d and do you believe billy sol at the time i'm doing okay billy sol because he was a swindler wasn't he was yes he was a swimmer but he was also the the bag man and the business partner of lbj and and so we had a story to tell and he contacted the moody foundation in galveston so you can grant or tell historian to visit him when he was in prison in midland texas and and it and i said to him you want to tell your story how do you wanna do that and he said i don't know i said well write a book about i'll think about that and he was going to be released six six six months later he was he was released on the first of january nineteen eightyfour but in the meanwhile after i met with him he gave the idea to his daughter pam tedford and she wrote a book called billy sol the king the wheeler dealers it was a great book but only told the story what the family had endured it did not tell anything about what he knew and when he got out of prison he cold cold sure the moody foundation i said i want to tell my story and moody sent me up to meet with him and so i sat down with it took took a half a dozen meetings before he finally told me what he knew and he did put lbj lbj there were four people involved in a number of murders.

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"six six months" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"six six months" Discussed on KTRH

"Of course he did not want this to come out before the grand jury because we right back to him and that's why the prosecutors refused to let me answer the and spain further about that want to mention one thing about jimmy hoffa and that is that i was succeeded months months before the grand jury had represented in these individuals and i was succeeded by william bettman representing howard honey was very prominent a partner of a law from there in washington but before that he was a prosecutor in the white house chief justice department and he was a prosecutor of jimmy hoffa and about a month to two months before the first watergate he called me to his office and he said doug you're going to be a key witness at the i wanna get trowel pastas wrong and everything they've mistreated you accused wrongly and now they fear they've lost their case and so your testimony is going to be gone over for the fine tooth comb and he said when they go testimony you said before that you'd be called down to the office and kobe your grand jury kiss money and when you go for your grand jury testimony the transcripts see if they've altered anything that you said before the grand jury well when you said that i'm really filled out of my chair because you're under under oath sworn to tell the truth and if the if the prosecutors are alternate your grand jury transcript it puts you in dr apparel is that that's what they did to hoffa that's what william william pittman justice plummeted hoffa is they alter the grand jury transcript and ultimately went to prison to hoffa hayden bobby kennedy hated him in i've always wondered in i i knew hoffa by the way douglas i was with him in may of nineteen seventy five in detroit i was executive producer of a newscast and we had interviewed him and i was walking him to his car and we're talking about all these things i know idea he was part of or could have been part of the kennedy assassination but i did know that he hated bobby kennedy and at this point now in my career after reading so many books about this case i'm just wondering if he was part of it in some form or fashion knowing that if you got rid of jfk it would take the heat off him with with bobby which of course it did not because hot ended up going to jail anyway yeah i'll just say he was a key player in one way or another but i guess we'll never be no mentions of it now let's talk a little bit about lbj's role in all of this what have you concluded based on everything you now know what do you think his role might ban if anything well my book is based on on personal information by the things that happened to me and so i try to bring to light information that is not found elsewhere in other words there's a lot of there's a lot of books about lbj and so forth but my my my knowledge i have lbj comes from billy saw this this and after it's been by do you believe billy sol at the time okay because he was a swindler wasn't he yes he was a swimmer but he was also the the bag man and the business partner over lbj and and so he had a story to tell and he contacted the mood foundation in galveston seeking a grant or till historian to visit him and he was in prison in midland texas and and and i said to him oh you want to tell your story how do you wanna do that and he said i don't know i'll think about that and he was going to be released six six six months later he was he was released on the first of january one nineteen eighty four but in the meanwhile after i met with him he gave the idea to his daughter pam tedford and she wrote a book called billy sol the king the wheeler dealers it was a great book but only told the story what the family had endured it did not tell anything about what he knew and when he got out of prison he cold called the moody foundation and said i want to tell my story and chamblee me up to meet with him and so i sat down with it took a half a dozen meetings before he finally told me what he knew and.

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"six six months" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"six six months" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"And that is that i was succeeded months i before the grand jury had to westbound represented in these individuals and i was succeeded by william bettman representing howard honey it was very prominent a partner of a law from there in washington but before that he was a prosecutor in the white house to manage justice department and he was a prosecutor of jimmy hoffa and about a month to two months before the first watergate trial he called me to his office and he said doug you're going to be a key witness at first watergate trial prosecutors were wrong and everything they've mistreated you they were accused wrongly and now they fear they've lost their case and so your testimony is going to be gone over with a fine tooth comb and he said when they building your testimony and you said before that you'd be called down to office and kobe your grand jury kiss money and when you go for your grand jury testimony the transcript see if they've altered anything that you said before the grand jury well when you said that really filled out of my chair because train you're under under oath sworn to tell the truth and if the if the prosecutors alternative grand jury transcript it puts you in dr apparel it sure is that they that's what they did to hoffa that's pittman and the justice department did hoffer is they alter the grand jury transcript and ultimately went to sent to prison she hoffa hated bobby kennedy hated him in i've always wondered i knew hoffa by the way douglas i was with him in may of nineteen seventy five in detroit i was executive producer of a newscast and we had interviewed him and i was walking him to his car and we're talking about all these things i know idea he was part of or could have been part of the kennedy assassination but i did know that he hated bobby kennedy and at this point now in my career after reading so many books about this case i'm just wondering if he was part of it in some form or fashion knowing that if you got rid of jfk it would take the heat off him with with bobby which of course it did not cause hof ended up going to jail anyway yeah obviously he was a key player in one way or another but i guess we'll never really know dimensions of it now let's talk a little bit about lbj's role in all of this what have you concluded based on everything you now know what do you think his role might have been if anything well my book is based on on personal information by the things that happened to me and so i try to bring to light formation that is not found elsewhere in other words there's a lot of there's a lot of us books about lbj and so forth but my my my my the knowledge i have he'll bj comes from billie sol estes and after explain why do you believe billie sol at the time i'm doing okay billy sol because he was a swimmer wasn't he yes he was but he was also the the bag man and the business partner of lbj and and so we had a story to tell and he contacted the moody foundation in galveston seeking a grant to tell historian to visit him and he was in prison in midland texas and and and i said to him you want to tell your story how do you wanna do that and he said i don't know i said what about the book is about i'll think about that and he was going to be released six six six months later he was he was released on the first of january one nineteen eighty four but in the meanwhile after i met with him he gave the idea to his daughter pam tedford this and she wrote a book called billy sol the king the weather it was a great book but only told the story of what the family that endured it did not tell anything about what he knew and when you got out of prison he cold called turn mood in the moody foundation i said i want to tell my story and chen moody sent me up to meet with him and so i sat down with it took took a half a dozen meetings before he finally told me what he knew and he did put lbj lbj there were four people involved in a number of murders.

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"six six months" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"six six months" Discussed on 710 WOR

"That i was succeeded myself once i was before the grand jury had two westbound represented in these individuals and i was succeeded by william bettman and representing howard honey it was very prominent partner the law from there in washington but before that he was a prosecutor in the white house to justice department and he was a prosecutor of jimmy hoffa and about a month to two months before the first watergate trial he called me to his office and he said doug you're going to be a key witness at the first watergate trial prosecutors were wrong and everything they've mistreated you they were accused wrongly and now they fear they've lost their case and so your testimony is going to be gone over with a fine tooth comb and said when they go your testimony you said before that you'll be called down to the office and kobe your grand jury kiss money and when you go for your grand jury testimony the transcript see if they've altered anything that you said before the grand jury well when you said that really filled out of my chair because ultra you're under there under oath sworn to tell the truth and if and if the if the prosecutors altering your grand jury transcript it puts you in dr apparel it sure does is that what they that's what they did to hoffa that's what the justice department did offer is they alter the grand jury transcript and ultimately went to prison to hoffa hated bobby kennedy hated him in i've always wondered in i i knew hoffa by the way douglas i was with him in may of nineteen seventy five in detroit he was the executive producer of a newscast and we had interviewed him and i was walking him to his car and we're talking about all these things i know idea he was part of or could have been part of the kennedy assassination but i did know that he hated bobby kennedy and at this point now in my career after reading so many books about this case i'm just wondering if he was part of it in some form or fashion knowing that if you got rid of jfk it would take the heat off him with with bobby which of course it did not cause hof ended up going to jail anyway yeah i'm obviously he was a key player in one way or another i guess we'll never be no exact dimensions of it let's talk a little bit about lbj's role in all of this what have you concluded based on everything you now know what do you think his role might have been if anything well my book is based on personal information by that things that happened to me and so i try to bring to light information that is not found elsewhere in other words there's a lot of there's a lot of books about lbj and so forth but my my my my the knowledge i have a lbj comes from billie sol estes and after explain why do you believe billy sol at the time i'm doing okay billy sol because he was a swindler wasn't he yes he was a swimmer but he was also the the bag man and the business partner of lbj and and so we had a story to tell and he contacted the moody foundation in galveston seeking a grant to tell his story to visit him and he was in prison in midland texas and and i said to him you want to tell your story how do you wanna do that and he said i don't know i said well write a book is about i'll think about that and he was going to be released six six six months later he was he was released on the first of january nineteen eighty four but in the meanwhile after i met with him he gave the idea to his daughter pam tedford and she wrote a book called billy sol the king of the wheeler dealers it was a great book but only told the story of what the family that endured it did not tell anything about what he knew and when you got out of prison he cold called turn mood in the moody foundation i said i want to tell my story moody sent me up to meet with him and so i sat down with it took a half a dozen meetings before he finally told me what he knew and he did put a haitian lbj lbj there were four people involved in a number of murders and they were there.

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"six six months" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"six six months" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"That i was succeeded months months before the grand jury i had two westbound representing these individuals and i was succeeded by william bettman representing howard honey it was very prominent partner of a law from there in washington but before that he was a prosecutor in the white house chief justice department and he was a prosecutor of jimmy hoffa and about a month to two months before the first watergate he called me to his office and he said doug you're going to be a key witness at first watergate trial prosecutors were wrong and everything they've mistreated you they accused wrongly and now they fear they've lost their case and so your testimony is going to be gone over for the fine tooth comb and he said when they go your testimony and you said before that you'd be called down to the office and kobe your grand jury testimony and when you go pick a grand jury testimony the transcript see if they've altered anything that you said before the grand jury well when you said that early fill out of my chair because you're under under hole through sworn to tell the truth and and if the if the prosecutors altern your grand jury transcript it puts you in dr apparel is that what they that's what they did offer that's what william william pittman and the justice department did hoffa is they alter the grand jury transcript ultimately went to was sent to prison she hoffa hated bobby kennedy hated him in i've always wondered i knew hoffa by the way douglas i was with him in may of nineteen seventyfive in detroit i was executive producer of a newscast and we interviewed him and i was walking him to his car and we're talking about all these things i know i did he was part of or could have been part of the kennedy assassination but i did know that he hated bobby kennedy and at this point now in my career after reading so many books about this case i'm just wondering if he was part of it in some form or fashion knowing that if you got rid of jfk it would take the heat off him with with bobby which of course it did not cause hof ended up going to jail anyway yeah obviously it was a key player in one way or another i guess we'll never be no mentions of it now let's talk a little bit about lbj's role in all of this what have you concluded based on everything you now know what do you think his role might have been if anything well my book is based on on personal information by the things that happened to me and so i try to bring to light formation that is not found elsewhere in other words there's a lot of there's a lot of books about lbj and so forth but my my my my the knowledge i have a hell dj comes from billy celestis and after explain do you believe billie sol at the time i'm doing okay billy sol because he was a swindler wasn't he wasn't yes he was but he was also the the bag man and the business partner of lbj and and so we had a story to tell and he contacted the mood foundation in galveston seeking a grant to tell historian to visit him and he was in prison in midland texas and and and i said to him you want to tell your story how do you wanna do that and he said i don't know i said well i'll think about that and he was going to be released six six six months later he was he was released on the first of january nineteen eightyfour but in the meanwhile after i met with him he gave the idea to his daughter pam tedford and she wrote a book called billy sol king the wheeler dealers it was a great book but only told the story what the family had endured it did not tell anything about what he knew and when he got out of prison he cold called mood in the moody foundation i said i want to tell my story and chamblee sent me up to meet with him and so i sat down with it took took a half a dozen meetings before he finally told me what he knew and he did put a lbj lbj there were four people involved in a number murders and they were there was lbj and chris carter who was his assistant in the white house and mac wallace and.

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"six six months" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"six six months" Discussed on WRVA

"And that is that i was succeeded months once before the grand jury had to westbound represented in these individuals and i was succeeded by william bettman representing howard honey it was very prominent a partner of a law from there in washington but before that he was a prosecutor in the white house to me and the justice department and he was a prosecutor of jimmy hoffa and about a month to two months before the first watergate trial he called me to his office and he said doug you're going to be a key witness at the first watergate trial prosecutors wrong everything they've mistreated you wrongly and now they fear they've lost their case and so your testimony is going to be gone over with a fine tooth comb and he said when they go over your testimony you said before that you'd be called down to the office and kobe your grand jury has money and when you go for your grand jury testimony the transcript see if they've altered anything that you said before the grand jury well when you said that i'm really filled out of my chair because you're under under oath sworn to tell the truth and if the nfc if the prosecutors alternate grand jury transcript it puts you in dr apparel is that that's what they did to hoffa that's what william the justice department did offer is they alter the grand jury transcript and ultimately went to prison hoffa hated bobby kennedy hated him in i've always wondered in i i knew hoffa by the way douglas i was with him in may of nineteen seventy five in detroit i was executive producer of a newscast and we had interviewed him and i was walking him to his car and we're talking about all these things i know idea he was part of or could have been part of the kennedy assassination but i'd be hated bobby kennedy and at this point now in my career after reading so many books about this case i'm just wondering if he was part of it in some former fashion knowing that if you got rid of jfk it would take the heat off him with with bobby which of course it did not cause ended up going to jail anyway yeah obviously he was a key player in one way or another i guess we'll never be no exact dimensions of it let's talk a little bit about lbj's role in all of this what have you concluded based on everything you now know what do you think his role might have been if anything well my book is based on personal information by that things that happened to me and so i try to bring to light that is not found elsewhere in other words there's a lot of a lot of books about lbj and so forth but my my my my the knowledge i have a lbj comes from billie sol estes and have to explain why do you believe billie sol at the time because he was a swindler wasn't he wasn't yes he was but he was also the the bag man and the business partner of lbj and and so he had a story to tell and he contacted the moody foundation and galveston seeking a grant to kill historian to visit him when he was in prison in midland texas and and and i said to him you want to tell your story how do you wanna do that and he said i don't know i said well write a book about i'll think about that and he was going to be released six six six months later he was he was released on the first of january one nineteen eightyfour in the meanwhile after i met with him he gave the idea to his daughter pam tedford this and she wrote a book called billy sol the king the wheeler dealers great book but only told the story of what the family had endured it did not tell anything about what he knew and when you got out of prison he called called the moody foundation i said i want to tell my story and chan moody set me up to meet with him and so i sat down with it took took a dozen meetings before he finally told me what he knew and he did put lbj lbj there were four people involved in a number of murders and they were there was lbj and cliff carter who was his assistant in the white house and mac wallace and billy saw this and they determine who had to be killed to.

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"six six months" Discussed on Pod Save the People

Pod Save the People

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"six six months" Discussed on Pod Save the People

"Some real tried and true principles of disciplined community organizing and principles of equity in action here that people should actually be paying attention to not only so that they can replicate them in their own races which i hope to certainly see people doing but also so that established party and donors can recognize that there are people out there who are hungry for exactly these kinds of messages this was not a fluke kim this was not a fly by night this is actually how people want to be engaged with and she probably had the most sinked well put definition of democratic socialism i've come across when she was asked on co bear after sorta whirlwind set of interviews he said how do you socialism's charged term for a lot of people how do you think of socialism is or how do you define democratic socialism and she said in a modern moral wealthy society no person should be too poor to live which is just i mean nice like perfect and i think that is literally the platform upon which democrats should base their entire next six six months 'cause because that's that's real and i think that that was such a perfect way to illustrate the work that is necessary and the type of world that we're trying to build which includes abolishing ice and along those lines of talking about ice some piece of news is coming from springfield oregon where the local activists have successfully organized to get the city council to vote unanimously to cancel its contract with ice the contract specified that it would it would create a partnership where the city police department springfield police department would allow ice to house immigrant detainees in its jail and this is important because when we think about ice we often think that this is a massive deportation system that is all owned and operated by ice but in reality it is created in partnership with many different entities from private prison corporations to local governments cities and counties so much so that of the thirty five thousand people detained by ice on any given day seventeen thousand those for about half are detained in city in county jails which contract with ice and actually get paid per immigrant attain there on a daily basis and so what springfield illustrates is at activists can actually organized in addition to fighting this administration and ice directly can actually dramatically imp packed ices ability to detain immigrants into operate this massive system of deportation by focusing on the local level and getting cities and counties that have these contracts with is to cancel those contracts and deny is those resources that it uses to detain more and more immigrants and if you're interested in learning more about whether your city or county is engaged in contracting with ice you can actually go to the national immigrant justice center and they have a report that they released in august twenty fifteen that is focused on immigrant detention contracting and there they actually have the list of contracts they have some of the terms of those contracts in when they expire if to have an expiration date and it's a great place to start organizing to reduce the number of people to tame is into begin making progress towards the goal of abolishing ice so it's really brilliant about this tactically is that it focuses on a particular cog in the wheel in sam i'm really levy you of clarified for people exactly how this system in this process can work and the fact that ice plays a very specific role in that process but does not only process outright because a lot of people i think when they look at those of us who say abolish ice they think that we're just following a clever hashtag it'd be don't understand how this works in fact we do understand how it works we understand just how critical the role is is plays in the entire system and so going after that one call in the wheel can potentially throw the whole thing off balance your things and i think that's an important organizing listen for us learn but it's also really significant here because unlike departments like the department of labor or the department of education some of these other functions are very new ice is not a foregone conclusion ice is not an automatic entity ice was created by homeland security in two thousand three it was created very specifically to address the kind of threats that we hit experienced on nine eleven and so part.

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"six six months" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"six six months" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"We you know we talked about some of the problems that may not hit by the the by twenty eighteen which would be terrorist because it might only be a quarter but by the twenty twenty if the trade war continues that could be a problem but for twenty eighteen one of the problems the republicans will be confronting and you and i said this because they never completed the mission on obamacare is skyrocketing rates and you you and i said that's the one thing that the republicans didn't seem to care about the skyrocketing rates the now will be there for people that you know wish to have obamacare if you wish to have it now you may not wish to have it you're not going to be penalized but those who wish to have health care will be hit and we'll be hit hard with the rate increases premium increase yeah new own it if you have the ability to do something about it and you didn't now it's yours and so again we talk about the challenges we talked about the mistakes republican party make in our opinion we tell you in our the mistakes that the administration makes but the fact is there is no hate i hate thing there is no hitler there is no nazi party of the united states there is no fascist nazi president the things he's doing in fact as you pointed out over and over again last week eric everything that the president has done even from the zero tolerance policy to the executive order everything was within the law of the united states everything was law passed by congress that is we the people you may not like it it's the opposite of fascism it's the opposite of nazism we can dislike things all we want and say let's change it doesn't make it fascist doesn't make it nazi and that's the whole thing the only reaction they have now is it's fascism and nazism you disagree with me you're a nazi you disagree with me you must be refused service doesn't matter what it's about nope now i saw the attorney general of of florida one of the things was oh your views on health care now you can be harassed in public well that's that will be now that's the mo the left they believe it's going to work they'll just shout you down they don't want to have the debate they'll just shout you down what were the actual debates look like we'll just bring in a bunch of friendly's from the left and they'll just shout down the right and you won't be able to have the debate they'll shut it down every time that way you won't actually ever have to era debate why don't democrats wished to debate the substance of the issues anymore what happened right eight six six ninety redeye for your calls eight six six months on red eye radio join the conversation.

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"six six months" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"six six months" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And welcome back our final segment with michael rude michael prophecy are they things that we'll be or could be these are things that are certain uh what the hebrew proper spoken these things will truly come to pass our interpretation of them however i'm an under no illusions almighty is going to fulfill the properties exactly the way that i have a magic night i think that is as a way of doing it far beyond what my expectation is but uh george i really have been in pissed repeating this time that we are approaching uh my entire life i'm very excited about it i my plan is to be in jerusalem but i believe that things will go nuke and because i know that the things are going to create inspire in israel immediately after it we're not going to be able to fly and there after this appalling of doserelated with global nuclear warheads but uh i thought it'd be in there before that i've had my reservations airport for six six months so you could be there for a long time uh could do oh so we're we're getting things in order to where things can run without me at this point so but i don't want to miss this is uh this is really the most exciting time to be alive now and as i said that no going out northern generations made it up so uh you know i don't wanna go on rust belt i'd rather burnout end up but i really want to be there for this event is why you seem excited about being in the middle of a nuclear holocaust well i've never seen a nuclear warhead go off personally i don't think you really want to to you i go i going to be looking at it up the time no i really wanna see bentonville reveal i want to see all the land go into the hands of israel from the face of the nile i.

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"six six months" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"six six months" Discussed on KELO

"A mirror before that i've had my reservations air for first six six months so you could be there for a long time uh out could be your show were were getting things in order around here to where things can run without may uh at this point so but uh i i don't want to mrs superfoods uh uh this is really the most exciting time to be alive now and as i said no no other generations made it so uh you know i don't wanna go on a rough start i'd rather burn and uh but i really wanna be there for this event why you seem excited about being in the middle of the uh new killer holocaust well i've never seen a nuclear warhead go far personally i don't think you really want to to you i go i drive be looking at it at the time and now i really want to see the end of the revealed i want to see go into the hands of israel from the face of the nile i wanna see the the ladder rain are pouring which speaks of after this war because it's a ju ju fares are was early rain woes at shovel order pentecost uh uh a roof way i'm the temple mount and that's where it's going to happen again and we're going to have to clear the dead bodies off air get rid of the drought you know we've got a few days to do it after this is over how long will at last uh i i believe it's going to be exactly ten days that's it the ten days it's for a care god very law every word of israel is an edge to central war if they don't win it israel will be more more so from the day of trumpets which i i'm looking at this year so temperate punting first that is when the great sign in the heavens appears at this ties which is a month after the total solar eclipse vargas 21st and that's the first sign now i know we don't have time to get into this and that's why i did uh on our website dog meat michael rude dot com i did just a little sixminute biblical astronomy there so that people can take a look at this solve your droit tv used see the document team is work it's going.

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"six six months" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"six six months" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Things that will be or could be these are things that are certain gerg what the hebrew proper spoken these things will truly come to pass our interpretation of them however i'm an under no delusions of the almighty is going to fulfill the proper use exactly the way that i have imagined night i think that is a way of doing it far beyond what my expectation is but uh george i really have been in post repeating this am that we are approaching the entire wipe i'm very excited about it i my plan is to be in what i believe that things will go nuke and because i know bit the things are going to us fire in israel immediately after it with you you we're not going to be able to fly in there after this ono and go slated dr with thermal nuclear warheads but uh i probably won't be a mere buford i've had my reservations air for for six six months to assure you could be there for a long time uh out could be oh very fair we're we're getting things in order around aired aware of things can run without may at this point so but i don't want to miss this souza uh this is really the most exciting time to be alive now and as i say not knowing l nerve degeneration is made of abu wide yet so uh you know i don't wanna go arab rushed out i'd rather burn out and up but i really wanna be there for this event why you seem excited about being in the middle of a new killer holocaust well i've never sooner a nuclear warhead graf verb personally i don't think you really want to to you i don't i don't wanna be looking at at the time and now i really wanna see band of your reveal i want to see go into the hands of oak israel from the face of the nile i wanna see rain are shoring up which speaks obe after this where are our because it for ju ju fares are was early reyna rose add shovel order pettitte karstadt uh originally i'm the temple mount and that's where it's going to happen again edward yoga to have the crew the.

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