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Network Media Forgot to Hold Our Government Accountable
"But the Democrats and Biden with the help of the corrupt Propaganda media want to change the subject now. The war is over. Put it behind you. Did Ronald Reagan put the hostages 52 of them. You know, ran behind him. And again, I want to remind you I want to remind you Those of us who are old enough. Remember many don't And I've said this before, and I want to repeat it. We used to see every night on the news. Every night Network news. Really before cable came into being in any significant way we used to see every night on the network news. Day 110. They 300 this and that every To remind The public to remind ourselves to remind Jimmy Carter and our government That there were American hostages. Being held by the Islamo Nazi regime in Iran. 52 as I recall. 52 ABC News That's how Ted Koppel became famous. And Nightline became famous. It's day 212 hostages in Iraq. As liberal as the media where They were not. Endorsing this American Marxist movement even back then.
Joe Clark, Tough Principal at New Jersey High School, Dies at 82
"Finally tonight remembering an educator who's tough love made all the difference. He was known for walking the halls of east side high school with a bullhorn bat. That use the call. Me crazy. Joe not joe clark. Fame principal credited for turning around and paterson new jersey high school plagued by crime and drugs in the nineteen eighties. I'm gonna carry these bad drug pusher. I seen tried to get into those thirty five gone. The former army drill sergeant expelled three hundred students his first week. He said for fighting abusing teachers and drug possession defending the process on. Gma back in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. We're sick and tired of religious parasites hang around individuals who adjust eroding the basic fabric of this nation. And the only thing. I am saying no more hand me out soon. His ways caught on the dynamic man and bond and one hundred percent won't crazy fellow but he's good at it. His code displayed in his office to air. Human to forgive is not my policy and outside his door. Don't take any prisoners tough. Talk tough love but real results over the decade test scores. Shot up if this story sounds familiar. You probably saw it on the big screen. Lean on me. Starring morgan freeman as joe clark. There's only one boston this place. And that's me. The real joe. Clark spoke to ted koppel on nightline the year before he retired as principal. I'm simply saying to three thousand blackness. Spanish students it is about time that you become productive. I don't think it's you're working nearly up to your intellectual Potential and tonight one of those lives. He touched remembering him saying it was because of his principal ship that i'm a proud graduate of east side high school one of the best experiences of my life.
"ted koppel" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Right. I mean directly in your eyes. Go away, but you know this one right? This is Madonna. Yeah, Justify my love. This was a pretty controversial video. Back in the day it was it's funny because it was banned by MTV. MTV out of all the networks. I guess they have. Who's that? I mean, the Jersey shore people right baby into Madonna that came after this video. But I see your point. They had Pauly Shore going down there on spring break banging chick after chick and they would broadcast that, But this is where they drew the line 30 years ago in 1990. And I remember my old man watching this because I was kind of because he always watching. He always watched Nightline and I was kind of hanging around and they aired the Nightline aired. This video justify my love 30 years ago tonight, Ted Koppel get excited. Her thistle is, of course, they were doing an interview with Madonna after she'd been banned. From MTV, but yeah, like you said, I know Jersey short decades after, but still they loosen to their standards. It seems like a little bit as time moved on. I want to go back to you remembering your old man watching that. What was his reaction? What was this takeaway looking over the shoulder, making sure nobody was watching behind him and I was peeking around the corner. I was speaking around to the other side of the wall. Just kind of peeking my head out 1990. S 00. I thought that was just kind of funny. That was around the time. I think she was with either Warren Beatty or Jose Conseco. I get him all kind of confused at this point about Dennis Rodman's Rodman in there. He was little bit later on. Rodman was like she was flying Rodman out to New York to try to impregnate her wasn't tion Dere that story? Yes. And he failed. He never was able Tonto in plant his seed successfully never took. That was in the mid to late nineties. I believe, because that's when he was on those Bulls teams, okay? Okay to Park hit Madonna it one whole Yes. Absolutely. Probably more difficult to name people that didn't tap Madonna. Um do you know the name Brian Bonsall. Oh, yeah. They brought him in at the end of family ties with the show was on its last leg. So happy birthday. The young Andrew the final years of family ties. He's had some legal problems. Some drug problems over the years. Get all these neck tattoos. Brian Bonsall is 39 years old. Anytime you see a show bring on a new character. Especially after they've been on for a number of years. That's going to be the end. Well, that's I mean, that's what's known as jumping the shark, right. I mean, kind of mean before we knew what jumping the shark Woz, right, Brian Bonsall coming family ties towards the end of the episode. The series is Was jumping the shark Now this will make you feel old. That little girl in the my girl movies. With McCauley Caulkin. Oh, yeah. On it. One ski Chlumsky 40 years old. She's 40 40 Jesus. Now she is hilarious in the HBO show Veep. She's really good and that actually Julia Louis Dreyfus, and that is that is a funny funny. Syriza's Sean Parker, the Napster dude. Dude, it invented Napster's 41 years old. Were you a big Napster guy? I know I was man. I was pulling everything off of Napster really know what I was doing? I didn't like I had roommates that were really good at computers and into software and had computer jobs and stuff in the in the early two thousands and Man. It was. I was a kid in a candy store. I owe Metallica like $11,000. That's what you were burning your own CDs because that technology was out around that time. Because when I was growing up as a kid, you had a record songs on cassette. Well, then CDs came out and we thought, Man I wish I could record on CD game changer. Game changer. When Napster and that technology came out how often like sometimes I know you moonlight as a disc jockey at weddings Hammer. How often do you play this song.
"ted koppel" Discussed on KTRH
"Here on Houston's morning news. Presidential storing Terry Madonna will join us here in just a couple of minutes. In the meantime. Let's state the obvious. Um, Ted Koppel, Did you see this? Ted Koppel was speak. I forget where he was speaking. But the topic of the elections came up at the time and whether or not the media Is biased. And he said, Oh hell, yes, The media's biased Brit. Hume was asked about that last line of Fox Bird Human in Ted Koppel kind of cut from the old cloth when journalists actually presented stories without presenting their opinion. I worked many times, the Ted Koppel I always liked the man very much. Well, here's here's what Bert Hume had to say about it. I think it's unmistakably true, Tucker and you're right. I did work with 10 couple for many years. His old school, much as I am we come out of the same tradition, which is neutrality and news coverage, opinions, air opinions reserved for columnists and editorial writers. On in broadcast journalism. You have certain commentators and you have correspondents who cover the news and those those lines of separation have become increasingly blurred. And in the age of Trump, as a CZ couple suggested they've gone completely out the window because of a sense among journalists that the election of Donald Trump constituted a national emergency. And it was their duty as patriots to resisted and to do all they could undo this presidency, which they have assiduously in. My judgment tried to do and we see it reflected constantly. Since when is dishonesty patriotic? They're for the longest time When talk radio started. They said, Yes, their bias and they blamed it all on conservative talk radio, right? Yeah, I get that you know, for biased we'd met were biased. It's okay. I came up in that same tradition with them. And I was that That's what I was. Then when you were a newsperson, Yes, yes. And when I came to work here, I said, I'm not a journalist. I'm we're going to work in conservative talk radio. And they set me free and allow me to get my opinions. But don't ever doubt I give a lot of opinions. Absolutely, as do I And don't ever doubt that we will not Offended if you were to try to calls journalist It's not who we are and by the way, journalism's dead star who we'd want to be in his debt in this country. I'm just fighting for my country right now. You men, 7 21. Let's do traffic.
"ted koppel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The story of the parrot who did swear far too much and insulted its owner until an anger. The owner grabbed the parrot and shoved it into his freezer above his refrigerator. And then when leading in there for a few minutes, he opened the door and the parrot was very contrite and said, I want to apologize. My my language, Wass, I should not have used it. It was rude of me, and I hope you can forgive me. And then the parents said, and by the way, Just what did the chicken do? In honor of that joke? I'm going to I'm going to vote for the foul mouth. You're exactly right. That's one neighbor claims that Karen was shouting obscenities in Spanish. The Parrot's owner said the parrot doesn't even know Spanish. Okay. All right. This is for the wind. Now. Here is your last question. Once upon a time, A man named Bob kept complaining to his neighbour about the condition of his ugly, unpainted wooden fence. What did the neighbor Ooh! Was it a He tore down the fence so his neighbor Bob could enjoy him and his 70 year old wife practice nudism be. He got some paint, and he just painted the words. Look, Bob, I've painted my fence on the ugly old wood. Or C, he tore down the fence and put up five concrete highway barriers. Who would complain about 70 year old nudists? I don't see it. I see some hands here on the zoom conference. Yes, I'll go with Hey, Bob. I painted my fence that that's exactly right. Sounds like Rick has been huge, five foot high letters across the 40 foot long fans. Hey, Bob, I painted my fans and that's a bad neighbor. I think that's I think that's kind of pretty clever, immortalized. Bill. How did Tom Hanks do on our quiz? Hold out a win, and we're going to give him a free cup of his favorite. Drink it. Wait, wait a cup of post, um, because we're on zoom. I can see the crates of posting behind Bill Curtis with K. He's got him stacked up back there. I have. I have one last question for you, Tom. And And by the way, I'm assuming it's okay to talk about this. My understanding is you were in Australia filming a movie about Elvis Presley in which you play, Colonel Parker. That was that was I thought we never we were about to start shooting. And then the by that time the rest of Australia had started making rules and regulations. And so we never, actually we never actually got to start shooting. It's did you have it all ready to go? He was he was letting well limit There is there is a fabulous you go online, You might be able to see if there's a fabulous interview 10 years after Elvis is passing with Colonel Tom Parker. And Ted couple on DH there talking about the time with Elvis. Ted Koppel said. Ah, he said, that thing about you know you kept you kept Elvis in these kind of like You know, rock around the clock bikini movies, and was that was that a choice that you made and and Colonel Tom Parker said. Well, let me collect you. Tet. The video went on is the best present. You could have done any found that he wanted to do but provided that there was a credible offer on the table and I, we were told that role was up for him in which he could have won an Oscar in which I said, Well, if you if you pay us a $1,000,000 to do the movie when Elvis wins the Oscar, we will give the money back so That's the that was natural that some of them there's some of them deep research goes on. So we'll see. All of show business has to figure out what goes on much. Like much like radio. I mean, you guys must miss going back to those Soviet confines with the Chase Auditorium down. The funniest thing I heard about when I got back after you had hosted the show was hearing stories about how you came into our work space and you looked around and he said This is it. You work here way all think you guys were like radio shows from the 19 forties, you know, with an orchestra standing by all these on air things I didn't. I didn't realize you essentially had room suitable for bullet point presentation on DH. You know, all we needed was the golf pencils to take our driver's training kind of room. That is not to take it. Away from the geniuses, a Chase Bank auditorium, But I'm trying to let you go here. So Tom Hanks is an award winning actor and substitute public radio host Tom Hanks. We are so thrilled that you deigned to stop by, Thanks for.
"ted koppel" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Herself this is a once in a lifetime experience that will change many things in America some for the better some of the works on display right before our eyes is is the collapse of honest journalism this is been brewing for a while in fact Ted Koppel former ABC news guy believes that I your humble correspondent ignited the situation by injecting opinion into a prime time cable news program way back in nineteen ninety six Mr Koppel said that to me on the whole Reilly factor said it right to my face I ruined journalism but Ted ascribes far too much influence to me all I did was take the newspaper editorial pages and hone them on television nothing wrong with that of course the concept can be misused by dishonest people but that's been going on since William Randolph Hearst what we are vividly experiencing now in the USA is a hurdy media mentality that is using the medical catastrophe to sell a narrative to the folks that the virus is largely president trump's fault and voters must banish him come November now my opinion is not stated to either support or engender sympathy for president trump Americans have seen him talk about the pandemic for hours surely we the people can arrive at a conclusion about the president using our eyewitness capabilities but the actual news reporting on the government's response to the virus is heavily skewed to make Mr trump look bad the hostility of many in the White House press corps stark and anyone who denies that is a deceiver obviously the animus directed at Mr trump by so called objective reporters violates every journalistic tenet reported scanning should ask the toughest questions they can formulate but they should not inject hostility into the query what's happening here is failure to communicate honestly with apologies to cool hand Luke national news organizations like The New York Times The Washington Post NBC news and CNN among others are all practicing out com journalism these outfits do not demand their employees search for factual truth instead editors and TV executives want to clear out com from the pandemic reporting and that is trump must go there for almost every bit of the president's virus response will be portrayed as wrong stupid or even lethal should be noted there are some pro trump expositions in the media but they are heavily outnumbered by those who despise him once a free society cannot get honest objective information it becomes less able to make responsible decisions that's absolutely happening right now in America it is not an overstatement to say the press collapse is a virus that is harming all of us and there is no vaccine in sight I'm bill o'reilly and I approve that message by actually writing it for more news analysis please visit bill o'reilly dot com for honest and incisive pandemic coverage the Riley update will return with something you might not know there are thousands of abandoned animals in the USA that need our help I am partnering with delta rescue the largest no kill care for life animal sanctuary in the world founded by actor Leo Grillo who left Hollywood to devote his life to saving abandoned animals delta animal sanctuary is a one of a kind rescue unit they are staffed by trained attendants who look after each.
"ted koppel" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is and welcome to America held hostage daisy I don't remember what is it the thirty something it was only a week ago I had this week this week week five days only Ted Koppel did in the opening of Nightline during the Iranian hostage crisis I've got the marks the hash marks scrape into my wall at home so I can't see them from here but I'll look at them tomorrow make sure I tell you the number one Nick of it a prison so it is the twentieth day of April and I'll tell you something I wanted to watch the last dance last night I didn't want to record it and watch it later but I can't I can't be doing that every Sunday now for what is it five weeks Dave yeah it's too weak and they're still eight more episodes you can make it for an hour I mean I'm I did an hour last night first our media well you know we recorded it so that we could speed through the commercial so we started watching but we started watching too late and so it's time to get done even though we sped through the commercials it was like ten thirty that's too late if you're getting up at three thirty that doesn't work so I think maybe you will start to do is record them and then watch them like you know Monday early evening Monday or late afternoon Monday or something like that maybe I'll do that but I want to watch the first one because I knew everybody be talking about this morning and it was pretty good wasn't it was really good yeah I thought I thought both episodes I don't want to spoil the second episode for you Bob but no idea no I watch that so you're watching you do watch it less yeah I'm here is my problem I like them both yeah not even the second one went into his childhood right is that what nope you can just tell me that nope I don't think it's a I woke up this morning on my phone and said the ten things we learned from last night's you know last dance in the second hour merry they they cut to Geraldo opening the vault find out what else all right Paul so excited it's a breaking news you know amaze me is that that you know it L. as they said when the when the show opened they were following that team around that year I need to do something and most of that footage just sat around I guess because they never really against Michael never really said alright let's do it and they never get around to doing it but they have a lot of footage from that last dance season didn't day tons yeah and and and that's what and I think we talked about this Friday that's what I was most anxious to see some of the footage we haven't seen before and I thought that was really interesting and and that kind of what sets this apart from other other stories of that the bulls of that era just because you haven't seen over it stuff you haven't seen in twenty years right the boy is a little funny jokes to Jerry Krause I was cracking up Ifill yeah this is a life allowed like well yeah the stuff that it as a boarding the bus or when they're in the locker room yeah yeah yeah I was pretty good photo is pretty good and it was nice to be able to watch that with everybody in the family digs that right I mean you know my wife liked it at night my daughter right nineteen year old sports jock daughter because she loved it and my son was just eating it up he's like oh my gosh it's sports it's sports teams going crazy yeah and even though you're talking about seeing games and things that have been a long time ago it was like watching one of these games from a few years ago it was it was new content for us yeah I was I was pretty cool all right what are we gonna do tonight when I watch the rest of it yeah you are yeah see now I have to wait till next weekend but MLR went off this morning it was the first thing I thought of was vision don't do that again X. I'm an idiot yeah it's five fourteen we I see we already have a first caller on hold okay boy early bird catches the prize around here we'll get to that momentarily and not a bad day today.
"ted koppel" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"A news radio one FM eight fifty AM but I still was able to call letters again so if you if you're just tuning in and you're looking for Broncos country tonight they'll be on at nine o'clock this is the Ted Koppel version of coronavirus in that we are going to be doing this program from six to nine PM throughout the length of this crisis or until until management told me to go home what does it go home I'm I'm actually at home we must be fully transparent we can get things to work quite well last night but tonight we get everything working I did myself on can you help from the undisclosed location in Douglas county and this evening I'm doing it again from the undisclosed location in Douglas county at some well let's just say I got my shoes kicked off and we'll just leave it there how about that I don't I don't think we should go any further so what here here's what we do we're as I explained last night I am a contrarian and I'm a cynic and I have lived through an awful lot of stuff in my life both good and bad and my objective of this program is to bring you objectively although sometimes with a slightly contrarian point of view the latest on the Acronis visor corona virus code nineteen outbreak and at certain times during the show will be Iraqi people have phone calls but in between I will give you all the details about how you can reach me if you'd like.
"ted koppel" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Dot and my less consumer access dot org has Ted Koppel lost his mind I think that's a fair question this Ted Koppel lost his mind Ted Koppel is on PBS the pubic broadcasting system and of course we can't live without PBS and NPR no no there's not enough TV stations and a lot of radio stations what we do without them well save a few Bucks anyway had tip news busters cut sixteen go I am wondering for example what's happened let's say for the sake of argument yes share a room of the democratic candidate is to feed stumble across yeah we then have a period from early November until the twentieth of January interregnum favorite yes when Donald Trump is still president but she knows the he only has a few months left to Sir right how do you think that period will go fine do you think he will be a gracious loser do you mean I guess not you mean like Hillary you damn what you see what's going on in the Senate today gracious loser they'll accept him as a winner they're trying to raise doubt in the minds of every American that the twenty sixteen election was Hillary's stolen by trump and they're trying to actually make the allegation to make it stick that if trump wins in twenty twenty two illegitimate if the Democrat wins it's legitimate this is eight eight eight a party that is burning down our institutions and really Ted Koppel even though your thought process is obviously slow down you should be giving thought to that what's happening today and have the Democrats are positioning themselves and you might wanna know Ted it's the Democrats and the left wing militia types who are extraordinarily violent member all the violence that was going to happen at the pro second amendment rally in Richmond Virginia it was all a lie was all a set up nothing happened maybe the tea party attacked attacked attacked tea party was civil eighteen they excuse black lives matter they excuse not rest of the violent left go and recharge the hand of friendship to over is going to replace you smoking something I had a friendship we're still waiting for their friendship with the twelve victory you talking about man anyway go ahead I don't think so can I can I see Donald Trump at that point making the argument for that the election was stolen Jack they're already making that argument about him about HIM distributor where's that article I had yesterday can you help me find the you you know what I'm talking about it's a great piece in PJ media S. as I recall a great piece miss it ladies and gentleman it's the Democrats who are constantly saying elections were stolen constantly it was a great piece by PJ media we're gonna we're doing a quick look to see we can find it because it's a very very important piece and I meant to get to a yesterday thank you so much to do we can't get everything that's good okay continued Mister Koppel please possibility and I think there are unfortunately millions of people in this country today who will respond to that boy in a fashion the you know I'm not even sure deciding if I really want to consider all the consequences of where that Michael could lead to violence your circle of unbelievable but this man is saying I don't have it yet rich try your personal email it's a very important piece this is called live radio yes I'm alive in this is radio live radio but what's interesting is the Democrats are constantly claiming elections were stolen never the Stacey Abrams in Georgia they stole the election from me they were poised to say that the election was stolen from a bomb because it wasn't alright here's the piece and it is PJ media it's a great piece to by Matt Margolis flashback Obama stolen election not trump the president's misconduct cannot be decided at the ballot box at Adam Schiff last week we cannot be assured that the vote will be fairly one so the message was clear a beach drop or he'll still the twenty twenty election if you ask Democrats anytime they lost an election it was not lost fairly in two thousand George W. bush stole Florida in two thousand four he stole Ohio in twenty sixteen Russia got trump elected any high profile lecture lost by Democrat and race they thought they would win is met by a cacophony of accusations of voter suppression fart interference vote tampering you name the excuse not throw it out there hoping it'll stick many Democrats including presidential candidates give credence to the conspiracy theory that Stacey Abrams had the Georgia gubernatorial election stolen from her because of you guessed it voter suppression the Democrats tactic of citing the upcoming twenty twenty election is merely a preemptive D. legitimization should trouble when we've talked about the a trump victory will for sure she is me eight three will for sure result in Democrats at all levels of government calling for investigations and there will be coordinated efforts to undermine trump second term and we're gonna need to fight them this preemptive attack on the results of the twenty twelve election has had me thinking though it's long been noted that any time Democrats accuse Tropper Republicans of something the Democrats are usually gilia a scholarly listen I have even heard this a scholarly study conducted by the American enterprise institute concluded that suppression of the tea party movement by Obama's IRS help him get reelected please listen and I'm quoting the teapot this from the report the tea party's movements huge success was not result in a few days of work and I liked it officially too but involve activists all over the country who spent a year and a half leading up to the mid term elections volunteering organizing donating and rally much of these grassroots activities were centered around five oh one C. force which Corning do I research when important component of the tea party movement and its rise the bottom line is that the tea party movement would properly activated can generate a huge number of votes vote more votes and twenty ten in fact that the vote advantage of bomb I held over Romney in twenty twelve I would say we're able to get more votes in twenty ten then Obama was able to against Ronnie in twenty twelve the data show that had the tea party groups continue to grow up at the pace seen an own nine and twenty ten he would have brought the Republican Party is many of five to eight point five million votes compared to Obama's victory margin of five million the bottom line says the report is that the tea party movement when properly activated can generate a huge number of votes more votes in twenty ten in fact than the vote advantage of I'm a hell of a run in twenty twelve never heard that before I had so bomb was successful in using the IRS two knee cap the tea party movement which was grown shoes were which was growing and which would have cost him the election the effectiveness of the tea party combined with a bomb is relatively small margin of victory in key swing states suggests the IRS suppression of the tea party movement likely tip the scales in favor of Obama quote had the tea party repeated and build on their activism of nine to twenty ten and twenty eleven and twelve Obama would have lost the election what happened to the tea party boost it didn't grow from twenty ten appeared awakened Grover Norquist of Americans for tax reform wrote in his book the tea party didn't fall down the stairs it was pushed he set Norquist reference the fact that Lois Lerner had received specific orders to quote do something I quote about conservative funding in advance of the twenty twelve election after the citizens United decision by the Supreme Court everyone is up in arms because they don't like it but FEC can't do anything about it they what the IRS to fix the problem the Irish laws are not set up to fix the problem so everyone is screaming at us right now fix it now before the election Lerner said according to Norquist book by targeting conservative groups hundreds of tea party groups were never able to operate and mobilize against Barack Obama in the twenty twelve election preventing a similar outcome is the twenty ten elections James Toronto the Wall Street journal agreed that the iris help the bomb in twenty twelve he said Barack Obama's reelection deserves to be listed with an asterisk in the record books we know only that he did win with the help of a corrupt IRS if indeed the election was stolen many in the media were complicit in its theft for all the Democrats belly aching about twenty sixteen and now twenty twenty in advance should not be lost on the American public that there's far more evidence that the IRS is targeting of conservatives in the tea party groups helped Obama win re election in twenty twelve and there is evidence that trump colluded with Russia is trying to steal the twenty twenty election Matt Margolis PJ media I want you to keep this in mind this is why they do not want to clean up the voter rolls this is why they do not want voter identification this is why you see more more local elections illegal aliens voting illegal aliens getting driver's license the Democrats our packing the balance there stuffing the ballot boxes and we're left to try and catch up and find out if somebody voted illegally or not and when you try to even look into it you said to be a racist you said to support voter suppression this is a disgrace Obama stole the election twenty twelve I think we ought to start saying it everybody together Obama stole the election in twenty twelve and the Democrats seek to steal the election in twenty twenty in fact they're trying to prevent the Republicans from nominating their president for reelection what you think about this this is the greatest scandal and it's an ongoing scandal in American history the rise of the fascistic slash Marxist radical progressive left in the media and academia in Congress I'll be right back van the unemployment rate is lower than it's been in decades that means if you're trying to hire a new employee they probably already have a job which means you need.
"ted koppel" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
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"ted koppel" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Ted Koppel it is a sign perhaps of how far we have come in this country that today's news of formal recognition between the governments of the United States and the Vatican did not create a furor once upon a time it would have what what was once a reflection of violent anti Catholicism is not really a major political factor anymore still there are those not biggest not even on friendly toward the Catholic Church who are concerned about blurring the line between church and state concerned also about the Catholic Church playing a role in its relationship with the US government unique among all religious groups senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan of New York if you still think that is going to be a major issue in Congress first as may I say than I was a co sponsor of thunder Lugard legislation so I am an interested party you think there's gonna be trouble in Congress no we're just going back to where we were when the Republic yeah all right James Robison an evangelist and host of the television programs in the words joins us from Dallas reporter I think that the president has made a mistake you think it ought to be reversed I think that it should be considered that it has probably cut against the grain of mustard evangelical Christianity and America's top record this night in nineteen eighty four from Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson's say say say twenty seven after back in two minutes learn online physician consultation.
"ted koppel" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Then that I never how it is being captivated watching that night after night when they in any changes in that I guess the cold at night line at some point and he became the anchor for that but I don't even remember that really really well and you know it was like gosh you know the other stations we going also even if it was Ted Koppel talking about the Iranian hostage crisis you would stick around and watch it because it was still some television you know you whatever's on yes and you watched but that's a really interesting thing rate that's really interesting so that's kind of where they at some point not long after that they decided let's just keep trying to program throughout the evening right right I think that's what it would be that the change or whatever little you know trick you know and that was before cable TV was a big deal to a lot of places so that is really really interesting I'm gonna look a little bit more into that way I don't know why I find that fascinating but I I'm gonna look into and see if I can find to see where that's kind of where there because I think you're probably right that's kind of where the transition came in from the television shutting off all Michael so we had all the other channels that came about but but yeah I remember that show very well yeah nineteen seventy nine reportedly like that when I was that's right seventy nine as we have tried wow ray that's super interesting it thank you man I'm I'm a look into that to like about yeah yeah thank you for a great show yes thank you it would turn off I remember turning off the TV in this area maybe someone remembers this maybe I'm the only one.
"ted koppel" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"It's Red Eye Radio. He is Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety Red Eye. We go to Kevin in Dallas. Kevin welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi. Yeah. Look every left-wing narrative is fraudulent. Every every left wing narrative this Russia, Trump collusion. Is the tip of the iceberg. All they do democrat party is fraudulent the mainstream media is fraudulent all their issues are fraudulent all the time. That's the takeaway. Well, I'll tell you. I'll tell you this. And we've stated this before tell us one issue that they're right on. Well, you know, you have very few liberals out there that are intellectually honest, but but think about that over the last couple of weeks, you have when you have Ted Koppel coming out saying, you know, this is just been one huge hit piece by the media against Trump. Yeah. You have. Well, remember with the whole thing that happened with the with the Sandman case and the weekend after you had Whoopi Goldberg asking, why is this always happens? Why is it that we jump on things? And then we always have to walk them back. Well, her her colleague sitting right next door. Yeah. Because we're desperate to get him out of office. At least she said it out loud. And this, but this has been the MO, this is we don't need to be honest. We don't need to be real. We don't need to be accurate. Wildly BuzzFeed editor said it a couple of years ago. This is the role that we see our journalists in this is going forward. This is the role. They're going to serve activists not journalists. If we don't care about the truth don't care about truth doesn't matter now to a to the to the mainstream media, it doesn't matter break don't care, and that's a look at. I wish it never happened. But it, but it did happen. And the only good if I was besides the fact that I don't have to work for the next year year and a half before the election, but. The good that comes out of this is exposure, you realize the truth eventually comes out. Eventually, it may take we said this the law when people said two and a half years ago or two years ago a year and a half ago. We're never going to get the truth on this. Right. Well, we did we did. And.
"ted koppel" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Nineteen eighty eight and from then on, you know, longer have the same kind of moderate in control. To exercise through the season. There is a lot to unpack here, and I've unpacked it countless times before. Now, Ted Koppel is from the Cronkite era. And so his his viewpoint has has that as its flora common common ground. Kronkite was not in the center. There was no center it was just perceived to be the center because there was no so-called conservative media, not nationally. I mean, you had some local stuff, and maybe some magazines, but you didn't have anything anything to compete with the mainstream media is monopoly on the news. And that's what they're all. Lamenting that they have lost. Now, I know Coppell's me very nice to me. Don't misunderstand here. But the fairness doctrine once again is irrelevant. But these guys can't get over it. They can't get over the invent hadn't been for the federal government, deregulating radio. Why we wouldn't have lost our monopoly? I worked for three years in Sacramento, California. Under the fairness doctrine, it was never an issue. It was never discussed. The reason. The fairness doctrine was eliminated because it was antiquated outmoded and was no longer effective or even utilized. The idea of balancing your east confusing as a lot of people do the equal time doctrine with the fairness doctrine, and they're they're they're not even really similar when you get down to it. The fairness doctrine did not impair me at all. I did the exact show you hear every day here in terms of ideological content in Sacramento, California that I'm doing here. There wasn't one effort to make me stop. There wasn't one attempt to impose the fairness, doc. Well, there was one time. Some local activist got mad came in. And demanded some time to respond to my fought. It would be good radio. So I let the guy come in. But it was not mandated. It was not ordered. It was it was not a factor. It's not a factor today. It was not a factor in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight the left just uses this. As a crutch to explain in part why they've lost their monopoly. It can't be because this program is good. It can't be because I have some talent know how to use it and work a radio program. Pretty can't be that. No. It's got to be because the federal government got rid of a bunch of regulations. But this attitude here that Koppel explains is an attitude that is still to this day. Felt by practically everybody in the drive-by media in the sense that they just can't get over having lost their monopoly. And they can't get over having to compete, and I believe folks that the loss of their monopoly then forced them to have to compete, and that's what drew them out. They used to hide behind this quoque of objectivity and fairness, and the fact that they weren't biased in that. They weren't liberals and they didn't have any opinions once so evident they were professional journalists. Well, you put contra introduce competition into the news business and lo and behold, look what happened they began to stake out. Exactly who they are. They stop hiding who. They are. They started proclaiming what they well. They still try to claim objectively, but they're making no bones. About the fact that they are over leftists and they're doing their best to persuade as many people as they can to join them. They become activists. They're not journalists any longer despite what they may think. But the audience now is well over twenty five million the weekly cume not fourteen to fifteen minutes, a trade magazine that continues to use that number which is where these people. Get it. But I've always had the impression that he Coppell was intrigued wiles have me on Nightline. He was intrigued there wasn't anything like this program. When it started. Brinkley have me on this week with David bring the same thing. There's no one like you said, that's how unique conservatism in the national media. Why nobody like you? We don't have anything like this out there. I heard that from Coppell. I heard it from Brinkley. And it was all about the fact that it was the first time that there was actual confident conservatism presented with fun and good cheer for the first time on a national media basis. And they didn't quite know what to do with it. And they still don't anybody. Make a brief timeout. We'll come back and continue with all of this afternoon. It the most trusted name in talk radio. Rush Limbaugh on the network,.
"ted koppel" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Confidence and everything. He has an audience of fourteen or fifteen million twenty-six who will be prepared to live and everything. I am confident that there are couple of people in this country who feel the difference between is back then people of different ideologies simple essential in the person. The middle is missing now. As I've I've said, I have I have a great deal of respect for Ted Koppel. He is a member in good standing of the leftist media. He may not think of himself that way, but he is. But this this comment here is actually reflective of a viewpoint held by media. Members of a certain age. He's really lamenting the loss of the media monopoly. The left had as you will hear in the next bite. He he wasn't. He wanted to continue with his point. Remember, the audience member who's the most trusted man at American now if it's not over Cronkite. So he is they want her isn't really one. But in rush Limbaugh's world, he is with his audience. He is the people on the left what they are. But there isn't any one person he says it can do it anymore because nobody's in the middle. Like Walter Cronkite was in the middle. There's nobody that bridges the gap, which of course, isn't why Cronkite was who he wasn't what he was the reason Cronkite was perceived to be in the middle is because back then there wasn't any conservative media. Cronkite was an Uber leftist. But never had the say, so he could do it with a raised eyebrow. He could do it with the news subjects he chose to cover and not cover. You know, we all know now that that Cronkite was prototypical liberal as is all of the media. But here's the next portion of Koppel's bite Joel nineteen eighty-seven something called the fairness here. The broadcast the fairness doctrine dictated that is you put something on view on the air with someone liberal persuasion needed to be balanced with a similar kind of someone from the conservatives that ended under the Reagan administration in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. Not by coincidence. Worship boy. Podcast nineteen eighty eight. And from then on. You have the same kind of moderate in control..
"ted koppel" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast
"The first would of course, was lower Logan of CBS. She they both mentioned that the media is out to get Trump. And I think that's something you, and I both agree on. So tell us where you stand. Well, Coppell is an interesting guy. He's perceived to be a liberal by many Americans are would say, he's probably sympathetic to left wing causes. But not a committed leftist. He wants told me on the factor that I ruined American journalism. Which I took his complement. And I said, yeah. Well, I'm so charismatic. I can understand why you think that way. But all I'm doing is commentary which is done every single day and every single newspaper in the country. So don't blame me for that. But what he said last night was interesting because he was very specific about the New York Times, which has abdicated all responsibility in report Taj, the New York Times publisher, the Salzburger family of firmly believes Donald Trump is a threat to the nation. So they justify their coverage of him wallow all negative by saying, hey, we're just looking to protect America their reporters. No, they are not to bring back a positive Trump piece. I mean was last time you saw how great the economy is in the African American precincts. Why is it that story on the front page? That's a pretty good story. Isn't it? Where where is that? Yeah. I could give you twenty more. You never see them so Coppell's, right? And he shaken the left wing establish impress all because he could have continued and he did mention a watching post which almost as bad as in New York Times. But NBC news horrible CNN is a disgrace and on and on and on. So this is a good thing that Coppell's out there saying what he believes. Agree. You wouldn't believe by the way billion. I went to Columbia University the amount of Columbia graduates that I went to school with that are now in charge of running major media around the country. I get the, you know, the reports four times a year at Columbia college today where your former classmates are and how they're doing. They're all infesting the media, and everyone I knew in Columbia, call themselves, a communist, or Marxist or socialist proudly. So that's who runs the media. But it's even more than out as we've discussed is corporations understanding that news consumption is on the decline in America big time, particularly among Americans less than sixty years old younger than sixty. And so they target certain audiences to make money. So CNN is said, you know, what we can't cover the news anymore because people will watch it. So we can only be left wingers because then we can attract left wingers to watch. And we'll make. Money. MSNBC was was a failure a failure for fourteen years until I decided to go far left and now people in San Francisco and Seattle watch them. So it's a moneymaker there is ideology involved as you're pointing out is definitely that because they don't hire people who aren't left wing ideologues. But the primary motivator is the coin. Right. But they're all getting lapped by Fox News. That's why we discussed this run Monday. It's amazing to me not anymore. This quarter in primetime MSNBC my win. So that by heard Rush Limbaugh say that today. That's not true. Fox News ratings are on the decline and fairly significantly particularly among twenty five were. Yeah. So far a lot of money made a lot of money. Supporting Donald Trump. They did. Because unlike when I was there we had across the board people watching ninety five percent of the FOX audience support the president. So they they okay, we're gonna give you what you want. But now there's a division in that news agency. Let's talk about Devon newness. He's suing Twitter for defamation saying there's an orchestrated effort to censor conservatives. And I agree with him. I see it happening on my Twitter page. I see it happening on my Facebook page. There's no question about what's happening. So is he looking for money is he looking to make a point is he just trying to embarrass the social media companies into stopping the censorship. And will it work? Well, I think the ladder embarrassed the companies stop doing this is the main drive of congressman Nunez lawsuit..
"ted koppel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"That's all I am almost certain that is all going to be proven absolutely true in the Muller problem in a certain as you can be without actually having the report in your hands and able to read it, and and that's that's going to be. Certainly a moment of truth for the country when we've been waiting for for a long time. And then with the fact that we've been through this. I think about all the hours we've spent on this show going through the different iterations of Muller investigation here, and there the people they prosecuted going after Roger stone and popadopoulos, and and the the hatred, and that just a vial that they spew at Paul Manafort people calling him a traitor guys. You know, he's a little little sleazy in his business dealings, but it's not a traitor in betray is he didn't betray his country. People say that are idiots. They don't know what they're talking about the guy just wanted to be, you know, even richer than he was and didn't pay his taxes. And makes him a tax cheat doesn't make him. Look, I'll say bid attacks. She doesn't make you a bad guy makes you a tax cheat. And we got to enforce the law, but. I still have lunch with attacks. Was I can't I can't even discuss anything with you, sir appalled. The very presence. You want him to die in prison. Wanted to be treated like some kind of an animal in a cage by himself for the rest of his days. Guys. Seventy years old all this hatred fan by a wildly wildly irresponsible. Media even Ted Koppel is like look major media outlets. They've gone nuts. When it comes to Trump. I don't even know what to say. This is Ted Koppel play for terribly concerned..
"ted koppel" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"One of them's about Christopher Steele boss, and we'll share that with you in a bit right now. I want to talk about the other one which is he got this audio of Ted Koppel. The the former ABC news star. This was a discussion that happened on March seventh so we're beyond that. Now, of course, but nobody paid any attention to it. But it involves the famous newsman having a discussion with with Marvin Taub at the Carnegie Endowment for international peace, and they get into a conversation about the press and its political disposition towards Donald Trump. Ted Koppel with some very interesting remarks on media bias serious. I'm terribly concerned. The when you talk about the New York Times. Where are you talk about the Washington Post? We're not talking about the New York Times fifty years not talking about the Washington Post fifty years ago. We're talking organizations that I believe has in fact decided. Donald J Trump is better for the United States. We have on the front page of the New York Times. Fifteen years. Commentary on the front page. I remember sitting at the breakfast table with my wife during the campaign after the access Hollywood tape came up. The New York Times defend met defended here by using the language. Exactly. What words for years, and they was spelled out on the front page. Times. The times is absolutely couldn't mitt. Making sure that this guy does not get elected. So his perception. Establishment to get him. Being the great journalist. It is. The notion the most of us look for Donald Trump as being an absolute fiasco. Mistaken perception, Ted Koppel's removed from Google and Facebook and Twitter. He's no longer available. Ted who Ted what I'm sorry. What newsman ABC never heard of doesn't ring a bell Ted Koppel black bags for saying that I mean listen to him. He's he's he's right, of course. And so much of this. But to say the New York Times is complete turned into a now asus on its front page. Daddy was out to get the president is specifically wanted to see him lose the election. I mean, who's denying these things who's who's going to be like, no, Ted Koppel's completely wrong. I'm hearing a lot of silence out of the establishment press when it comes to Coppell's remarks. Well, of course, you are. That that can't be because exactly what he says. They do they did this happened on March. Seventh tight about we just I just found this story yesterday talking about memory hauling it happened March seven hundred was not a story until yesterday. And because again, the media is doing Ted exactly what they do to President Trump. We're gonna ask fallacy if Nick Belsey at eight thirty five whether or not there were other reporters there or if he was the only one wondering like wise, nobody covering this probably happened. There are probably more reporters there because this was at the Carnegie Endowment for international peace or probably more reporters there. And then after he said that they all got up and walked out. Yeah. There's no news here. All right. Here's more with Ted Koppel says the press is part of the resistance. That's the problem is not mistaken. When so many of the liberal media. Describe themselves as wanting to resistance. What does that mean? That's not that's not said people who consider themselves with foreigners. Reporters. That's the kind of language that's used by people who genuinely believe. The suspect with some justification Donald Trump is bad for the United States. The sooner he's out of office. Whether that happens by virtue of indictment impeachment election. Now, I'm not just agreeing with Ted Koppel busy because he speaks slowly and that makes him sound smarter. Is that it I'm not I actually agree with the words that he said to, but you can't describe yourself as political activists are part of a resistance, and then simultaneously expect people to say that you took an unbiased look at the news. And what's interesting is Ted Koppel doesn't like the president. I think he's a fan of President Trump. But yet he is intellectually honest enough to call out the news media for what they're doing for exactly what it is he imparts wisdom at a slow pace. But it makes it sound smarter. Say it with a British accent. And I'll totally believe eight twenty two WMA.
"ted koppel" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"I have absolute total confidence and everything. He has an audience of fourteen or fifteen million twenty six who would be prepared to live and everything. I am confident that they're certainly a couple of million people in this country who feel the same way Rachel Maddow, the difference between then is back then people of different ideology simple. Essential. Trustworthy. The person in the middle is missing. Now, as I've I've said, I have I have a great deal of respect for Ted Koppel. He is a member in good standing of the leftist media. He may not think of himself, but he is. But this this comment here is actually reflective of a viewpoint held by media. Members of a certain age. He's really lamenting the loss of the media monopoly. The left had as you will hear in the next bite. He wasn't. He wanted to continue with his point. Remember, the audience member who's the most trusted man on American now if it's not Walter Cronkite. So he is they want our isn't really one. But in rush Limbaugh's world, he is with his audience. He is the people on the left they are. But there isn't any one person he says it can do it anymore because nobody's in the middle. Like Walter Cronkite was in the middle. There's nobody that bridges the gap, which of course, isn't why Cronkite was who he was. And what he was the reason Cronkite was perceived to be in the middle is because back then there wasn't any conservative media. Cronkite was an Uber leftist, but never had to say, so he could do it with a raised eyebrow. He can do it. With the news subjects he chose to cover and not cover. You know, we all know now that Cronkite was prototypical liberal as all of the media. But here's the next portion of Coppell's bite. Nineteen eighty seven. Something here..
Billionaire CNN Founder Ted Turner Reveals He's Battling Dementia
"Hit the strip that. I'm a carpenter. I'm just making process today. Second set of fifty eight crosses stand again driven all the way from Aurora Illinois. Why didn't really announce it? I just thought I'd go riding down here. And I just start thinking about all the families. I've talked to and and how much pain that they're feeling and I feel that the shooter. Stephen paddock killed himself in his hotel room before police arrived billionaire Ted Turner and founder of CNN the seventy nine year old announced that he suffering from a form of dementia. He tells journalist Ted Koppel on CBS Sunday morning has been diagnosed with Lewy body
Sasha Baron Cohen Duke, US and William Callaway discussed on WBZ Midday News
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