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"ted koppel" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:06 min | 7 months ago

"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 KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"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.

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"ted koppel" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

05:59 min | 10 months ago

"ted koppel" Discussed on Amanpour

"A prayer even that it doesn't go in the direction of violence You know on one one level and I'm not the first to say this won't be the last We clearly are already engaged. In sort of ideological civil war in this country for the time being it has been waged with at least a minimum of bloodshed. I I am wondering for example. What's going to happen? Let's save for the sake of argument that whoever the Democratic candidate is defeats Donald Trump in in November. We then have a period from early November until the twentieth of January that Interregnum period one. Donald Trump is still present. But he knows that he only has a few months left to sir. How do you think that period period? We'll go do you think he will be a gracious loser. Do you think that he will accept defeat And and and reach out the hand of friendship to whoever is going to replace him I don't think so Can I can I see Donald Trump at that point making the argument that The election was stolen possibility. And I think I think there are unfortunately millions of people in this country today. Who would respond to that in a fashion Ashen that I'm not even sure I really want to consider all the consequences of where that might go could lead to violence that she also been pretty bleak assessment of where we are and how it get worse in some ways? People people have compared this to sort of an authoritarian tumbled even the way it was in Germany in the nineteen thirties. Your family family. Your parents escaped Germany. I think in one thousand nine thirty seven got to England. Is that comparison in any way valid. I don't think so now I mean there there is still and I hope to God that we can and that we can defend it. There is still something unique about America and The the many in many voices I mean so far at least it. That's why it bothered me so much when when some people on the lift began again talking early on about the resistance. And when I think about the resistance I think about courageous Germans and and in Nazi Germany. who were who were confronting? The possibility of imprisonment tortured. Death I think about the French Resistance to Nazi Germans who occupied France during World War Two. We're nowhere near that in this country yet and no. I don't see that yet is. Is it possible. We are not immune to the laws of history and if we give up our protections if we if we no longer value the rule of law and the the appropriateness of of journalism awesome. That is much heavier on objectivity than it is an opinion. If we don't value those things appropriately then I fear not that we're going to become Nazi Germany Fascist Italy. But it's not going to be a happy place and we have. We have seen periods like that in this country. The McCarthy era in this country in the early nineteen fifties was is much closer to that people lived in fear people lived in fear of expressing honest opinions out loud. So so we've we've come dangerously close in the past and I think we we are at least in a position Shen today where it's not beyond the question I mean it's not beyond possibility That we could slide more in that direction. But do I see a precise parallel with Nazi. Germany I do not. Ted Koppel thank you so much thank you thank you and finally the ongoing wrestling match between the trump administration and the press intensifies the State Department has bod NPR veteran reporter. Jim Michele Keleman from joining Secretary of State. Mike pompeo on his upcoming foreign trip. This comes days after a tense interview with another NPR NPR journalists and president trump weighed in on that today at the White House unveiling ceremony that reporter couldn't have done a good job you yesterday. I think you did a good job now. House I said. NPR has been barred from POMPEO's upcoming trip. The State Department correspondent association has called the move retaliation and punishment let it be a reminder that the health of our democracy depends on a free press able to bring you the truth that is it for now you can always catch us us.

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"ted koppel" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"ted koppel" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"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,.

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"ted koppel" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"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..

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"ted koppel" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"ted koppel" Discussed on KTRH

"Not be. Reject the premise that these networks are making so much money off of Trump. And thus we benefit from it. Tell me for a moment will let's get away from CNN sensitive subject. Let's go to MSNBC. Is there a moment of the day? Not focusing on Donald Trump or some intimately related subject poor Brian Stelter there he is being lectured and diminished, humiliated. But Ted Koppel about the fact that you people can't stop covering Trump. If you wanted to I reject your premise penny. Every Jack did we do what we want? We're just trying to tell the truth. It's not about Donald Trump all the time. And I reject every I don't. Not good premise and not a good one. It's not good at all. We do what we want. And we don't need Donald Trump because we're prisoners are gonna come and go, and we can do whatever we want because we're sitting in. Your own boss who looks just like you hardly says that without Trump. Nobody watches. The might want to check with him on that. Right. Because Trump understands these people don't cover him because they like him Trump understands these people are not going to support him. They're not going to be fair to him, and that being nice to them, we'll be perceived as weakness. And that is why Trump mocks them..

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"ted koppel" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"ted koppel" Discussed on KNSS

"Since one thousand nine hundred ninety eight when the Palestinian Authority declared itself to be the state of Palestine, we don't recognize it as a state of Palestine we've consistently across democratic and Republican administrations of posed the admission of Palestine to the United Nations is to state because it's not a state. I mean has this report been operating under the notion that there's a Palestinian state? Or she just an idiot. Well, either way you got it. Ted Koppel during the Cobb report yesterday. You can hear the little squeaky voice in the background will be Brian Stelter CNN. And this is quite true. And that is that without Trump. The ratings for a lot of these hate Trump stations would be dead. Tanabe's point. But Ted Koppel makes it which is really quite interesting. Cut fourteen. Go Donald Trump has been very very good for baseball. He has been wonderful for the industry. Your boss acknowledged as much number of number of months ago during the campaign, Donald Trump. Also. But so did the CNN. But that means that means what the ratings are up. It means you can't do without Donald Trump. You would be lost without Donald Trump. True CNN's ratings would be the toilet. Without you.

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Billionaire CNN Founder Ted Turner Reveals He's Battling Dementia

WBZ Afternoon News

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

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

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"ted koppel" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"ted koppel" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Love you don't yet Wonderful wonderful feeling, I wanna ask you Nastase. I got Jackie Bob. Walton open went through county interview Ted Koppel You know a lot of people don't know but I've been a huge fan even, when, you go out the one. That is checking no see how you doing People don't know you started off, as, a correction correction office I'm from Miami originally, from Miami and yes I was a corrections officer in. Miami my my mammy a. Lot of my friends and family that's like the job Miami a lot of people are into corrections there. And working for MTA which is like working. For monitor here so corrections officers are very prevalent in Miami so I started out working at a work. Release facility where inmates were being released to? Go to work, so how was. The, opposite that, was responsible let me say? I got fired. Oh you know why did you, get fabric Let me tell you why because I. Used to go around my. Job wants to do he accounts with 'em mates so they will send me out to so when I. Go to different rooms they didn't have sales. But it's different room like the report guys to Rome so when I go around to the real they. Would love me so much we would just? Sit there and, talk so by. The, time I, get around all the Matt Like Wanda these are not regular, people these are inmates, but I said I thought they're here to be rehabilitated. So I got in trouble for helping the, inmates get rehabilitated and being too. Nice so I knew that wasn't the. Job for me I live we got take very little They land dancing right we call gladness and again we'll come back we'll bring you. Both sides of sound we'll talk some more than. One to. She won't talk to us I'm good They. Do that. I'm leaving I still don't know how to. Do that no forty. Years later I still don't know how We'll. Be back. In a moment don't go to place relied. East boy on news. Talk thirteen eighty w okay Yeah W. k Zurich bozeman is live from downtown coming twenty seven fifty seven east points refills the, point black man with the Wednesday one down in the, point the point on news and talk thirteen. Eighty the point is. W And right now if you're. Traveling on the west side forty five northbound.

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"ted koppel" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"ted koppel" Discussed on Channel 33

"Show was coming out like the following sunday and then when i heard that it was coming out i was like did they rushed the show out too because of the publicity note that's just happened organically i guess i don't know it was just really really amazing i mean there's probably that though all of those you know preemptive reactions are going to end up being better than the show but even so it was it was worth it yeah and great for some of these people's careers like raise your hand if you'd heard of augusta georgia based conservative radio host austin roads a member of the dusty rhodes family as far as i know who wrote like a first person piece in the hollywood reporter like do i love the also the ted koppel one just i just really appreciate the approach because we again a lot of a lot of stuff that james o'keefe this week and how you know you look at cohen and you look at him and one is sort of genius in one is just pathetic but listen to the approach for ted koppel but who got got this week okay he was approached to be on a show called tentatively titled age of reason this is from the hollywood reporter which would feature quote conversations with distinguished experts in science in public policy highlighting the brightest and most reputable minds on today's most important topics is that is that email ted koppel is going to answer yet absolutely yes it is yes the story goes on sometime later crew arrived at couple's home in maryland outside of washington dc among them was a wheelchair bound man with an oxygen tank hanging off one of the handles recalls couple so that was that point it began to begin to think something is potentially a little wrong here here here's the anti here's the anti sasha argument i read this in fox auto ramona hope i'm saying that right residents on the washington post tanks tuber to excellent writer and critic one of my favorites it's essentially that that act worked was like a bush administration thing right that there was sort of a more you know somehow you were tricking people and doing that and he is as ramana rights twelve years on from borat we are so past the point at which we could believe in a single stable version of reality the baron cohen's methods don't feel invigorating or as though they're advancing the conversation around politics were comedy what do you think about that how he plays in twenty eighteen i i mean i think it's a it's a falah question but i don't think that i think that the the arguments about style and format seem sort of beside the point i think i watched the first episode more or less live with some friends and family and and you know it it felt like it felt like an you know important enough that we sit around and watch it on a sunday night after dinner but also you know i felt like we were all the good that the kind of first and third segments got a really good reaction the middle section with a in the art gallery just seemed like a misfire i mean not that it was it was certainly entertaining but i all of that is to say that you know i mean it's just my opinion painting the same opinion you know shared by other people there but i think it's not it's it's gonna rise and fall on its on its own merits i don't think it's like there's there's some philosophical argument that this style is no longer useful as useful as it once was or that we should it's been you know we should cede it to the to the right wing or anything like that i mean listen to you know if if james o'keefe was doing like legitimately hilarious material than i think the you know he'd be making a lot more of an impression than than he has been yeah i thought the argument that let's say there's a side of truth in sight of troll ready team truth should just unilaterally disarm and should never resort to.

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Sasha Baron Cohen Duke, US and William Callaway discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

01:59 min | 2 years ago

Sasha Baron Cohen Duke, US and William Callaway discussed on WBZ Midday News

"Chestnut. Multiple times after he was caught vandalizing a home Lopes was known to. Local police President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin open their summit with a handshake president declaring that the world wants the US in Russia to get along before, laying out the agenda for the meeting which does not include Russia meddling in the two thousand sixteen US presidential election and a Salem woman is, suing high, profile psychiatrist and newburyport resident Keith AB low claiming that he. Engaged in sexual contact while treating her she, is seeking five million dollars in damages Demonstrators are still angry at Chicago police after an officer fatally shot a black man on the city's south side on Saturday immediately, after the, shooting outraged protesters began jostling with police who had coordinate the. Area William Callaway was one of those demonstrators Walking past the police guest host the told him to come here they on don't care told me reform. New reach four doesn't, they shot him the officer involved in the shooting has been. Placed on desk duty for thirty days The new, show time, series who is America. Debuts with a bang as celebrity guests claim host Sasha baron Cohen Duke them correspondent Mike Bauer reports so far, the list includes former Alaska governor Sarah Palin former Alabama judge in US Senate candidate ROY. Moore and even beloved anchorman Ted Koppel those names and others began, to cry and Cohen's technique of misleading subjects into interviews with the host usually Cohen in disguise and tries to go them into making or agreeing with outrageous statements both more and Walsh are. Considering lawsuits last, night's debut featured Cohen disguised as an Israeli commando inviting Walsh and other gun rights activists to promote kindergartens a new program to teach an. Arm school children as young as three to use firearms to protect themselves WBZ.

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"ted koppel" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"ted koppel" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The book but i read his books i read ted koppel's books looked in three or four others talk to a bunch of people to try to figure out how to put this together and where we had a lot of help because we did not want to screw the technology and i just think it's crazy i mean what's our defense budgets what well over five hundred billion dollars seven hundred billion dollar defense budget okay we spent according to the latest government figures i could get fifteen billion on cybersecurity one of the funny things about you know we really did a lot of research and the president did read a lot and and really reached out to some people who really know what they're doing and then viewers said we didn't know what we were talking about which is so weird i'm just wondering who did they reviewer talk to somebody in russia the look the it's not just on public money we have some great savage security companies here in the dc area in northern virginia but in several of the last few years the israelis have gotten as much as one half of all the private capital in the world invested in cybersecurity and you'll see that manifested this book and they're very good at savage defense the germans are quite good at it because they've been exposed to mostly the russians a lot but we should be putting this on the front burner in fact here's what the president says terrorism has a new face today terrorists take advantage of greater openness an explosion of information or weapons technology the new technologies of terror and they're increasing availability along with increasing mobility a terrorists race chilling prospects of vulnerability this is a threat to all humankind this president you said that is the president in the book says he said that in september one thousand nine hundred you went to the united nations and told the whole world that technology and terrorism we're gonna marry up and be a threat to all of humankind it probably doesn't feel very good to be so right no but you know look throughout all of the history of conflict offense proceeds right somebody figures out how to stick and the stone together and they've got a hatchet you over the head you figure out how to stretch animal skins over two stones you gotta shield from that data this office procedures then came the nuclear age we could all be exterminated so we developed the mutually assured destruction strategy our best defense was is not worth a try to kill them 'cause we'll too and now you've got something where you really need to prevent most attacks and if you can't prevent them because things happened so fast you need to try to move the defense to activate a nanosecond after the offense and you may even have to you know we might need artificial intelligence those food to create that kind of instantaneous defense and of course it will also create instantaneous offenses this is a part of the modern world you gotta get ready for it but at least you need to know that we suit up for sensitive and we're putting everything on the line and so that's our hope that in a small way this book will be some offense that will stimulate people around the country to write to their congresspeople it stimulate the president etc to to deal with some defense this is not a partisan issue i'm telling you i don't know you're probably gonna ask me about the mr both the savage security person it may or may not have anything to do with downgrading the threat it may be that he's thinks the defense department should handle it or be i'm not criticizing anybody but it but it it would have been good to have an explanation when it was done what he said was steal cybersecurity was now marbled throughout all the facets of the national security council so we don't need a senior cybersecurity coordinator what do you think of that i like to have one person who's responsible i like coordination i think created networks make better decisions and loan geniuses and i think diverse created networks make better decisions and homogeneous ones.

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"ted koppel" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"ted koppel" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The top fit on the narrow death fifteen percent matters to them especially to lebron james because you want to control the narrative at one of the things that i'm big on you ain't controlling any narrative with me i control my own narrative and if i feel the way that i feel you're not going to change my mind facts will change my mind but your willingness to spend and your pension or your insatiable appetite to have control over the narrative that does not fly with me i'm old school in that regard right i mean because you you know i don't know if you're putting on a little bit but you don't mind if people knock you because that's what it doesn't faze make minded if they lie on me i minded if they say i said something that i said or said i did something that i didn't do or whatever but if you quote me accurately and you portray what happens accurately however you feel about it as your business if i know is true and i did it so what i could care less but that's the deal if if you're not criticized you're not saying anything i really don't i honestly sir i really don't think about it that way no i honestly don't care i i mean i grew up i grew up watching you know peter jennings and ted koppel and gas covering the white house and what have you this is the era i grew up in and so for me it's like excuse me tell the story to the best of your ability as possible was truthful and as humane as you possibly can tell it that's all you owe anybody be fair be a human being you get from newspapers to this two thousand and i'm sorry nineteen ninety nine the nba i was taking place and i.

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"ted koppel" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"ted koppel" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"One of the saddest nights of my career was when they got the call from ted koppel the come report that john lennon coppell called kabul called for that well aj who's your favorite interview favorite interview of all time muhammad ali wow i see why back to the phones caller which did you read the winner book i did the book about you on winter oh no you need to back to the phones caller what's your name and from where you calling from new orleans hey what's your question i love you andy my question is for katie on your new show what was the most i opening thing you learn about people who've politics you may not agree with well you know they're trying to do what's best for them and their families and they felt you know that the way they voted was serving their best interests and that you know i think that the country's become so polarized polarized and there's so much vitriol and rancor in the discourse that i think that if we just sat down and talked to each other had the most phenomenal experience in johnstown pennsylvania is with these ams workers and i gave them a couple of hot button issues i asked him about colin kaepernick and about black lives matter and they answered in a way i thought they would really just approved colin kaepernick and they thought they said all lives matter and then an african american ems worker walked in sat down and explain kind of what he thought about black lives matter and has as young man he saw you know heard about people getting lynch for looking at a white woman the wrong way and he was so measured and so compassionate in his answer they all said wow we never thought of it that way that makes us think about things so differently and it made me realize if we all just sat down and actually approached these topics and talk to each other and had empathy for different points of view we could make so much more progress in one of the guys said no carlos we never talked to about this because we didn't want you to feel uncomfortable and i think if we are in a situation where we have some grace and some syncopation for different points of view and actually listen to people we would be so much better off.

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"ted koppel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"ted koppel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I think that that's the diversity of the us power grid already is kind of protection that these utilities are you each have their own unique equipment to some degree and and i think that that has made it harder to cause a large outage i think also though that that diversity makes it harder to protect them that we need to think on a utility level each of these utilities needs to review its cybersecurity independently and make sure that power grid is a true disconnect let me get a quick from jerry and philadelphia i jerry welcome science friday are you go ahead quickly yes i'm a security consultant and i work in the regulatory area familiar with nurse sip i've seen ted koppel speak at our sessions on security and i believe that there is mm a be required because there are several layers to get to the tags and the p c's and then sits systems beyond that and for instance general electric is moving toward a more superior cyber protected pl and if it's on its own dedicated networks such as a profile net or something like that i believe that a lot of this is you really need to speak to the electrical industry and get a more even approach than what i'm hearing from the panelists josh roddy react to that i certainly everything that the the caller just said is useful and helpful the i think the problem at least that i've been lucky that is not just considering one type of attack so a couple of years ago there was a a phd thesis that found that with a hand held axe striking seven places in the us grid you could cause a national nationwide blackout and as soon as that that thesis was defended it was classified buried somewhere hopefully pretty deep so we're it in in some ways i think we need to be careful about our sense of security even if we have all hardened infrastructure on the cyber side because it's not just cyber it's also physical and the the major backups that we've seen so far have mostly been natural in in cause and it's just bad luck it's like too bad things happening at the same time and they'll do occur every once in a.

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"ted koppel" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"ted koppel" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"His closest accomplice was in kansas two hundred miles away supposedly terry nichols and he was there in oklahoma city by himself they said but it was just absolutely not true and they're twenty four different witnesses on the record and have given their depositions and all this stuff there's lots of great journalism about this lots of great citizen investigation about this from even the survivors of the families there was a guy named glenn wilburn and his wife kathy who dedicated you know all of their time to solve in the case doing everything they could to learn about it because their grandson's had died in the bombing there who went i left off dentists may haunt he was the former grand wizard of the ku klux klan he was one of them to who who was it was at ted koppel who did a special on this like years and years lay rather rather it was thinking rather it was right before they executed mcveigh they admitted because they rather got three fbi agents and i interviewed one of them you can hear the interview on my website scott horton dot org his name is rick oh hey to with j there rick oh hey two and he was wanted an rathers witnesses and he said that hey i investigated elohim city that's where all these nazis hung out i investigated that place and i know that the notes that i took and the reports that i turned in were not turned over to mcveigh's defense team and he to other fbi agent saying the same thing and so that caused a delay in mcveigh's execution this is the spring early summer of two thousand one net caused a delay in mcveigh's execution and they had like another six weeks or something to dig through the paperwork and then they went ahead executed him anyway which he deserves it i'm not saying that he was guilty as hell but it was just that they covered up all who had helped him do it and then after that enrico hate has told us to me that interview they still didn't turn over everything including the stuff that he had done to mcveigh's defense so they're still holding stuff back on their investigation and you know what salami say jd cash is the best journalist on this jd cash just like your money you can look into him.

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"ted koppel" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

Radio Atlantic

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"ted koppel" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

"Were looking for and maybe even we can get you some foreign assistance so that you can build some clinics that you can aim after yourself and um i think if i could get you an interview with ted koppel on nightline that would be really helpful we can kociu for that we can make sure that you get the best suits the get the best manicure and that also you know what i think would be really helpful to your reputation is if we had an election we know of course you're going to win the election but but let's let's have an election i think it a look really good with the administration back here in our capitol hill and you're you're gonna win the election widow but it also a a chance to run some advertisements for you back and home to remind your your people all the amazing things that you've done for them you make a good case podcast incident the ten million dollars while impressive sales pitch i come back to the same question though this is going on not with countries that are natural allies the united states summer allies the united states the rugby nondemocratic out was with our allies but summer just plain old dad countries why didn't the system and this is what i think of i think of washington is having an area compromised immune certain where was the immune system that said to a paul manafort let's discuss disgusting what are you doing you're operating on behalf of a foreign power george washington himself said no foreign entanglements and look what you're doing your entangling well there was a the famous essay baked dictatorships in double standards we developed some of our own double standards rate regime which has had it yet yeah and so on the eve of the reagan administration jeanne kirkpatrick wrote an article an esa in commentary magazine that was kind of the blueprint for the.

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"ted koppel" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"ted koppel" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Those people they only care about ideology they don't care about fact and that has destroyed the media since jet grapple because in the process there isn't a common set of facts anymore and the conservative audience doesn't care about them anyway the truth of the matter is ladies and gentleman the radical wise left is the group that has and allegiance only to its ideology is not concerned with facts at all they make them up if they need jill to support their lone authority which is any thing but the constitution now they would use the constitutional when they are in power when they're out of power they will ignore it and they will deal agenda mayes whatever part of the constitution they need to de legitimize the opponents they will deal jemima is an election they are nothing but ideologues pure thoroughbred on deluded rochon yulia logs fats and reality are irrelevant particularly when the facts and the reality are counter to their authority it's just the exact opposite of what my buddy ted koppel said the sean hannity where there is an allegiance to truth and fact is right here and right now on this program and everywhere else in conservative media it's the only place in fact an american media today where there is an allegiance to real facts and real news and what we are up against is the deal legitimization the left is attempting of these very facts and this very reality the attempt to undermine it and overthrow it and since we now stand in the way of the left's unilateral ability to define the facts to present the facts to ignore certain facts we have become an enemy which must be de legitimize we must be undermined we must be attacked and ridiculed and overthrown and this is why a guy on the radio like me can be treated no differently than a president with real genuine power with profiles done designed to ruin reputations and so forth that so the american left is in its identical to what happens in sharia islam to the nonbelievers in the infidels that.

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