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"tom clayton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:26 min | 2 months ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"When it comes to this idea that he would like to see the Federal Reserve taper all of its monthly bond purchases before voting on additional spending How commonplace is that sort of idea among other members of Senate in Congress Haven't heard anyone else talk about this I'm not even sure you can legislate that right The fed is a political It has nothing to do with what goes on in Congress potentially what senator Manchin meant in that document which I'm sure you all saw that memo that was scooped by Politico and which senator Schumer had signed his name on was he maybe wanted to see the fed move towards tapering before they started spending trillions of dollars But there's no legislation Congress could do to control the fed Emma nobody cares I'm watching the tods Aston vila John's watch in A.C. Milan Lisa's watch and I don't know what leads Handicapped The Yankees Red Sox loss Thank you Do the Yankees need Joey Gallo to play to put it over the top Potentially yeah I mean I mean what do you think I mean the Yankees raise this weekend Come on this is This is magic Yeah we're first We're first for the wild card spot and I believe the Red Sox are tied with I'm not sure who it is but they're tied with someone Got it Okay We're very good play We're in a very good place The Blue Jays Good morning Seattle Thrilled to have a Seattle Mariners fans watch us this morning is hoarder and talks about Mary talking about the Yankees when they do that You'll never hear from her again when they start to do badly I'm Marie Thank you Andrea Holden for washing it correspondent Producer Jamie just dropped an email in my inbox time Let me share it with you from Morgan Stanley Retailers like Walmart Costco AutoZone and Dick's Sporting Goods haven't yet seen the worst of these supply chain and freight inflation at the same time sales are decelerating That's from Morgan Stanley He's warning a part in gap aren't they Gods weren't exceeding They are but John the ebitda margin on Dick's Sporting Goods is half the big money makers in technology My problem here is we're coding everything with the same brush Yeah I hear you Should we do that Clearly we shouldn't Tom Clayton we should No Bed Bath & Beyond Come on of course they got hammered Well they hammered I don't think they got hammered but they were down 20% Someone didn't expect them to get a habit That's not the definition of cratered What is the definition of crates 25 No don't the media makes.

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"tom clayton" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:58 min | 7 months ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Of disappeared in history. Well first of all boone. Lived them all. You want to become a legend. It's always good. Outlive your rivals I i was talking the other day to Peter cousins who is kind of he in that hampton sides crowd he wrote. The earth is waiting one of the best books about the indian wars the west and he said what would you give to be sitting around a campfire passing a corn liquor jug with daniel boone. And simon canton and james howard. And i'd say well i get my left pinkie. I know that much but to answer your question boom was even know he's turned into a kind of conic mythical figure in american history canton and hired and and other people pennsylvanians and people who tell from massachusetts dealt with the mohawk tribes. They were kind of localized whereas boom was literally all over the place from pennsylvania to north carolina to eastern tennessee. Through the cumberland gap into kentucky. Up into the old northwest territory. Which is ohio. Indiana illinois wisconsin and then finally he. He was in so much debt. The tax men were after him. There were warrants out for him and he said to hell with this country. I've done so much for this country. And you took up the spanish offer to settle missouri and that's redacting well fascinating. What would be this one last question for you as you started to go through this book. What would be. Maybe the the one thing that you that you learned and you thought that can't be true. I know it's not truth is stranger than fiction but was the one thing that might have like really. Blew your mind about daniel boone. Did you ever the last movie can. I don't read it now. i just watched it. Michael man wrote one. Well that whole set piece where they rescue The daughter of the english colonel fenwick cooper ripped at forty years later from the headlines. Because at one point daniel boone's daughter. Jemima was kidnapped by mixed war party of cherokee and johnny and he tracked them track them down with a small posse killed them all and rescued his door. And that was just like wow that that is stranger than fiction. I mean. I know we don't have much time rick but there's just so many there's so many stories about i'll just give you one more. It's a little grower. Gory but his brother nettie look just like daniel. He's younger pro. They could have been twins and at one point returning from one of the many indian wars. And they're hunting daniel boone wounds a bear 'cause into the bush to find it. Finish it off and these indians flow on nettie. They think he's daniel. They kill him. They cut his head off by the time. Daniel gets back after hearing the gunshots. He sees them cutting his brother's head off. So of course it kills the indians but they were cutting the head off because they wanted to go back to the shawneetown to say they killed the famous daniel boone. So that's how well renowned he was even in his time and even among the indigenous peoples of the united states amazing that he made it to eighty six. The book is called blood and treasure daniel. Boone and the fight for america's first frontier by our guest. Bob jury along with tom clayton. It is available from saint martin's press wherever good books are sold a. It was great talking to you. Bob and i can't wait to dive into this book. It sounds really good. Let's let's catch up on your next one Wreck thanks thanks. Much appreciated on all right..

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"tom clayton" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on WDRC

"Been hearing about the true story of stone. Her brother's Doc Holliday and the Vendetta ride from Hell. That's the latest book from Tom Craven, who's The New York Times best selling author of other books like Dodge City and Wild Bill. So you've been a bit disappointed that most of the movies focus on the build up to and the shootout at the vacant lot next to the OK Corral, which doesn't sound nearly as historic or romantic as saying the shootout at the OK Corral. But you said there's a great story that follows that as well. Tell me that there's a really great story that o R two of three great stories that follow it. Yes. You're right with the movies. And I understand why they did this. But you see, my darling clever timing. You see the gunfight at the OK Corral. The climactic moment of the movie is the gunfire at the O. K Corral. So the implication is what they were gonna fights over. They cut to the credits. That's the end of the story. But what really happened is that the herbs? All three are brothers and Doc Holliday were arrested for Burger because of the gunfight at the OK, Corral both unethical. Our brothers killed Billy Clanton was killed. On why it at Doc will put on trial of Virgil and Morgan will too wounded to actually come to the courthouse, so they were allowed to stay home. But why? And Doug were on trial for Burger That's well. It was a real courtroom drama that lasted 30 days until the judge finally acquitted them. That's one story that came after it. And then another story of the attacks. Both Virgil was ambushed and killed the vein for life. And then after that Morgan was ambushed and killed. So there's that going on with us with the herbs sort of circled the wagons and it didn't do a very good because they got ambushed anyway. And then they climbed to me. The climactic story is the earth and dinner right after Morgan has killed Doc, and why look at each other in the state exchange. This look and it's like, all right, we're gonna have to settle this and that's what they saddle up. With the younger another brother, Warren Herbs and a couple of 23 other guys who are loyal to them, and they went on this vendetta ride to hunt down the killers. Well, does that strike you as well? I mean by by by modern standards, you'd look at that and say you just got into a gunfight. A lot of damage was done. People died. You got accused of murder and you beat the rap you were. You were acquitted on now. Now you're going to jump right back into it with both feet. Well, you know, they they were carefully Earth. They actually the herbs, brothers and their wives all moved into the same hotel together so they could watch each other's backs because they thought for a while, you know, the weeks afterward. But nothing happened immediately. I mean, when Virgil was ambushed, it was a couple of 23 days after Christmas. The bushwhackers so to speak, were biding their time just for the right moment. And then even when Virgil you know, was recovering. It was still have a couple of months after that, before organ was killed. So there was always this hope you whiter but sometimes portrayed as a killer or a gunfighter. And he really wasn't I mean, but why? It was not a violent phase capable of it, but he was a cool customer reserved. He did act recklessly. So why it really had to get once it brother Morgan was killed. That was basically with This transformation takes place where I think wider becomes this lighted, very figure because he goes on this right of revenge. He's gonna hunt these guys down with Doc by his side, and he's gonna have to beat out his own for justice because the Lord ordered system that he and his brothers and upheld failed them. I'm talking to Tom Clayton, Who's the author? Most recently of Tombstone, said, Tom, I got to go go back just a bit. You mentioned that you know wider who I'd always had. The impression was a bit of a gunfighter and that that was his stock and trade. But you mentioned he was a businessman. I never really ask you what kind of business was he in? Well, what? Why don't I try a bunch of businesses during his lifetime at this particular case? Hey, and his brothers came to Tombstone. And the original idea was they were going to operate wagon companies because of all the hauling of or coming out of the binds of back and forth between the towns. They found out. They were too late for that they started invested some of the mind that silver mines that were there. At best. They probably got a return on their investment, but they never really made the kind of profits and riches they thought they were going to get so, But that's why, when he left our city he was done with being a lawyer than he thought. He wanted to be a businessman. He wanted to move all his life. He was still a young man. He was only in his early thirties. He felt his whole life was ahead of him to become a successful man. And so it's like that line from the godfather to every time every time you think you're out, they pull you back in. That's what happened of white white version of God. Father too. Is it too until he thought he was out? They pull me back in I mean, imagine if he'd been successful in his business. He'd have been another boring figure that probably wouldn't have even married mentioned if he'd been successful it basically what in today's age would be the trucking business. He was going to be in the transportation business. I don't remember any famous figures from American history, other than maybe ups that are in the transportation business. But boy, the gunfighters. They tend to get a lot of attention. He might not have even been a familiar name today had had he been successful and simply hauling or or hauling goods back and forth. You know, as a good point, A couple of other things could have happened Exactly what you said Half away became a successful, you know, Bodice, Lee successful businessman and ended up spending the rest of his life peacefully in Tombstone. The other possibility is if the judge's decision gone the wrong way. If he had Doc Holliday had been convicted of murder, he could've spent the rest of his life in prison have been hung. And so you know that that could have been the other fate of white urban tombstone. By the way, I've got a mention of a personal connection. You know you're in Sag Harbor. I'm out here on the left coast in Portlandia. You know who's buried about 12 miles from where I'm standing right now. Uh, you have to tell me Virgil er Oh, that's right. Yeah..

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"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"To be at hatch park within less than a minute of each other, John, he owns this house, five miles from the park. Police searched it Wednesday night, carrying out bags of evidence and digging in the backyard making a gruesome discovery where neighbors say he'd recently set a fire charred, material was located which has now been determined to be female human tissue Janis. Online profiles claim he works in IT was a contractor for Goldman Sachs and spent six months in the army national guard. Police are not talking about a motive or exactly how he and the Twenty-three-year-old Luek knew each other investigators now following a digital trail of text messages, social media and dating apps for clues. This is one of the most difficult phone calls I've ever made. As both Greg and his wife, Diana. Were devastated heartbroken by this news and Clayton Sandell joins us live Clayton. Just a horrific discovery. We saw the police chief fair of motion during that press conference. And he revealed at this point, they're not certain the suspect acted alone. That's right, Tom. They police chief said that this investigation is not over. And they want to know if that's us Specht, acted alone or with somebody else's help. He also said the suspect claims, he didn't know MacKenzie Luek, but had several photos of her on his phone. Tom Clayton's dealt with those new developments Clayton. Thank you. We turned to politics now in the shakeup and the democratic race for twenty twenty some big moments and big clashes from that debate early front runner. Joe Biden, taking hits onstage from Senator, Kamala Harris confronting him over civil rights issues less than twenty four hours later. The former vice president fiercely defending his record early will meant him in the race seem to shift. Here's ABC's Mary, Bruce, Joe Biden came to Jesse Jackson's rainbow push coalition. Today looking for a do over before I start I like to say something about the debate we had last night. He's talking about that defining moment from last night's debate Senator Kamala Harris confronting the. Vice president for touting his ability to work with anyone even segregationist senators I do not believe you are a racist. And I agree with you. When you commit yourself to the importance of finding common ground, but I also believe and is personal and I was actually very it was hurtful to hear you talk about the reputations of two United States senators who built their reputations and career.

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"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"We ask those who took those mattresses are box springs to please, contact Salt Lake City. Police department investigators now scouring her digital footprint, including cell phones, texting and dating apps while her worried family waits. And tonight police are not saying, whether that person of interest is the same person they believe met Luek in the park. Tom Clayton Sandell reporting for us tonight. We had overseas now to the deadly emergency landing on a Siberian runway a pilot and flight mechanic, killed when the passenger plane skidded, onto the grass bursting into flames, Russian state news reporting nearly two dozen people were injured a passenger recording the frightening moments from inside the cabin. ABC's David curly covers aviation for us. The Russian airlines says tonight this was an emergency landing going bad. All caught on cell phone. The plane running off the runway onto the grass not slowing down its tire shredding and then crashing into a building. One of the pilots, and a mechanic were killed Russian state news agencies reporting, twenty two of the forty three passengers were injured in the crash and fire, the twin engined plane was landing at an airport in Siberia, the impact, crushing the nose of the twenty four aircraft a mainstay in the Russian commercial fleet Russian authorities suggesting engine failure contributed to the crash. This is the second highly visible and deadly crash in Russia in two months in early may a Russian jetliner crashed at a Moscow airport killing forty one on board including an American of the twenty two who were injured in today's incident fifteen we're able to walk away seven. We're taken to the hospital, Tom. David curly on that deadly crash tonight. All right, David. Thank you back in the US. Supreme court delivering to decisions today, including a major blow to the Trump administration chief Justice, John Roberts, the deciding factor blocking the White House from adding a citizen. Ship question to the twenty two thousand census. President Trump calling the decision quote totally ridiculous and now threatening to delay. The census ABC senior national correspondent, Terry Moran is that the supreme court tonight. President Trump's already fighting back against the supreme court says decision tweeting from Japan. I have asked a lawyer if they can delay the census, no matter how long until the United States Supreme court is given additional information. The Trump administration was planning to add a question to the twenty twenty cents asking every person living in the US are you a citizen?.

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"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Summit delays caused by overcrowding could prove fatal Nepal has issued a record number of climbing permits this season at eleven thousand dollars each. Those who don't survive forever. Entombed on the mountain. You saw climber that had taken a fall on at obviously hit their head lost their life and. That climber was fixed in safety lines and every single person that had climb that night, had step over that person's lifeless body. And it's it's horrific. You know, it's devastating experience climbers. Tell us that, while overcrowding is an issue. They are also seeing more unprepared. Inexperienced climbers, and they can put their own lives and the lives of many others at risk, Tom. Clayton fan dealt with that new update from Mount Everest Clayton. Thank you now to Japan. President Trump's historic visit as the first foreign leader to meet the country's new emperor, the president and first lady, welcome as guests of the emperor and empress at a lavish banquets inside the imperial palace. But the president also parted ways with his host praising North Korea's Kim Jong UN, and making light of his nuclear ambitions, while also getting digging against his twenty twenty rival Joe Biden ABC's Tara palm areas with the president. And Tokyo tonight, President Trump breaking with his own advisers and his hosts the Japanese Prime minister by downplaying north. Korea's recent missile tests, not bothered her all by the small missiles. No, I'm not. I am personally. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abay, and Trump's national security advisor John Bolton. Have both warned that North Korea's missile launches earlier this month violated, a UN Security Council resolution. Trump standing shoulder to shoulder with Ave publicly contradicting that my people think it could have been violation, as you know, I view it differently. All I know is that there have been no nuclear tests. They've been no ballistic missiles, going out there have been no long range missiles going out. And I think that some day, we'll have a deal. I'm not in a rush. President Trump also weighing deal with a Ron just days after his administration ordered fifteen hundred additional troops into the Middle East. We're not looking for regime change. I just wanna make that clear. We're looking for no nuclear weapons. President. Four day state. Visit to Japan has been more with spectacle, CMO grand champion. I hereby award. You the United States Presidents Cup presented an award to sumo wrestlers, took self with Ave on a golf course and met with the new Japanese emperor who Trump toasted with champagne. But while the trip was meant to show solidarity with Japan, the president sided with North Korea on another issue praising Kim's attack on one of his democratic rivals. Former vice president, Joe Biden Kim yeoman statement that Joe Biden is a low IQ individual. He probably is based on his record. I think I agree with them on that. And Tara Palmer joins us live tonight from Tokyo and Tara. The twenty twenty election is still more than seventeen months away, but it seems like President Trump has set his sights on one candidate in particular, even attacking him from as far away, as Japan, Tom. It's an unspoken rule that when you're abroad, you don't attack a political rival, but President Trump is back at it again tonight tweeting about. Vice president Joe Biden calling him sleepy Joe as for the Biden camp they've declined to comment. Tom terry. Paul, mary. Reporting from Tokyo. Tara, thank you back here at home now to the new fears about sharks after a fatal attack in Hawaii, a California father and grandfather who had just retired was attacked while swimming in the waters off Maui resort. Rescuers rushed him to a shore on a jet ski performing CPR but they were unable to save him. All of it, while the man's wife and witnesses watched from the beach. Here's ABC's Adrian banker tonight. They are on edge after this horrific scene. Rescuers on jet skis work in vain to save a man killed in a vicious shark attack. Bye. Coming. Thomas smiley, a father and grandfather to six had just retired enjoying a vacation on Maui. He was swimming sixty yards off the coast, when he was mauled Saturday. His wife on shore in utter panic, as we were watching the man get pulled up..

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"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"And at least five climbers, dying this week alone, including one American new concerns about too many climbers. Here's ABC's Clinton Sandell tonight. More tragedy at the top of the world in the last forty eight hours. Five more climbers have died in the extremes of Mount Everest Wednesday, Utah climber. Don cash had just finished his quest to climb the highest peaks on all seven continents when he collapsed from high altitude sickness. He died despite CPR in a desperate effort to move him to a lower altitude and sad to think that, you know, we won't be able to see him again, Everest one of the hardest places on our to reach is ironically, one of the most crowded climbers are forced to wait for narrow windows of good weather, when it clears there locked in a rush hour like traffic jam longer. Waits mean climbers are spending more time in the so-called death zone above Twenty-eight thousand feet where the lack of oxygen can be lethal. Caches family says tonight they are focusing on. How happy he must have been to finally reached the top of Everest as his last memory. Tom Clayton Sandell for us Clayton. Thank you index, and we start with disgraced movie mogul, Harvey Weinstein's forty four million dollars settlement Weinstein settling lawsuits from dozens of women accusing him of sexual misconduct. At least one alleged victim rejecting the offer the money would come from his former studios insurance company, not from Weinstein. The deal still needs to be finalized, Weinstein still faces sex assault charges here in New York. He has pleaded not guilty and celebrity chef Mario batali in court in Boston today, but tally, looking visibly different pleading not guilty to indecent assault and battery, he's accused of groping a woman at a restaurant in 2017 batali facing multiple allegations of sexual misconduct to the air, and new troubles for Boeing's grounded fleet of max jets United Airlines extending.

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"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"ABC's Clayton sandals alongside I seventy in Denver a major interstate tonight, still partly shutdown. Oh my God. After a rush hour. Hell scape triggered by the crash of an out of control tractor trailer. A chain-reaction nightmare. Greg Salinas, barely escaped at least four people did not know the driver that hit me. He's the he's no longer alive. The big rig driver Twenty-three-year-old rogue L ocular Medeiros now facing the Hitler homicide charges. Investigators are reviewing videos that appear to have captured his truck just before the crash. Oh, my God the big rig speeding past Josh mccutchen seconds before the collision and police say they're looking at another good Lia, which seems to show the driver swerving across lanes. He loses control the vehicle coming down. I seventy he can't stop doesn't stop and ends up colliding with several cars twenty four cars and four semis explode into flames fueled by the truck spilled cargo of lumber it is not clear why the truck did not stop. But police say it does not appear to be intentional. And there is no indication of drugs or alcohol and Clayton Sandell joins us now live tonight from that same Clayton investigators as you mentioned, they're still working tonight to figure out what was going on with that driver. And there's also the safety concerns the fire so intense. It could have weakened the bridge. And roads, we see they're just behind you. That's right. The intensity of that fire and the explosions had engineered worried, but they now say it is safe, but the fire did severely damage the other side of the high. Where you can actually see fruits down there making repairs now they hope to have the entire interstate reopen by tomorrow morning. Tom Clayton send Dylan that horrific crash. Right clayton. Thank you. We want to turn out of politics in the race for twenty twenty the spotlight Joe Biden in his first major interview since announcing his presidential bid on the view stumbling. When asked about apologizing to Anita hill, President Trump going on the attack. Here's ABC senior national correspondent Terry Moran day, two of the twenty twenty presidential campaign, and Joe Biden was confronted on the view about his role in the nineteen ninety one Anita hill Clarence Thomas hearings, a twenty eight year old issue that he can't seem to shake in the metoo era, Biden struggle to explain why he reached out to a Nieta hill just a few weeks ago after all these years. I don't know why it took you so long to call her. I wish it had happened early. Well, I tell you what to deal with..

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"tom clayton" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

11:05 min | 2 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Kind of day. Beautiful day in Las Vegas, New Mexico as well where we get into into the guest lineup of guests today. Please I want to remind everybody please pay a little bit extra special attention today. There are people walking along the highways along the roads along the street where in neighborhoods or areas where you are not used to seeing people walking. But there are people walking pilgrims going up to cheer Myo to please. Don't look at your phone. Don't you know, wander literature tension wander, please look after people and please be extra capital for pilgrims heading a Myo? And in fact, my my I guess and I were having breakfast this morning at Charlie speaking Spanish at the name of it, generally, speaking Spanish, picking spin. And so people came in who live in team, I yo- and they said just driven down from team. I guess they wanted to get out of town for the weekend. And they took them about an hour and a half just to kind of wander down the highway on eighty four to eighty five and and to get out of the air because there are so many people. On the road so much traffic up there already and it's only Good Friday, by the way, happy Good Friday in dark tonight. Happy Passover Martine ledger is my I guess today at the bottom of the hour. We will speak with the we'll call him chef Sean for now. But he's more than the chef. And we'll talk about why. And how when he and his wife come on at one thirty Martine ledger. The recently elected, send me Gil county Democratic Party chair. Congratulations for them. Thank you, Richard. Boy a pair. Apparently, I it's it's a thin bench up here. But that's okay. Good to see you. Richard. It's always great heavy here in Las Vegas and to the sincere radio show. We've been on a few times. But what a lot of people don't know. The fact that we both worked together department, Bill Richardson. Yep. Yep. Richard was the marketing director and I was advertising manager. I had all the power Martine had all the money. That's right. Taken places in traditional tourism people and says, yes, this is Richard each he's marketing director and I'm advertising manager, and he directs me and I manage him. That's sure. You've been you were twenty five years twenty seven years something like that state government, correct? Correct. New Mexico film office, right? And and then the tourism department for eighteen years five years actually about twenty that stint together was about twenty three years. Okay. And recently retired. We shouldn't retired two years now in knowing marches and living here in Las Vegas where your family has been for how many years oh. The ledgers have been here since the middle of eighteen hundreds and on my mother's side. We've been in New Mexico since since Mexico's call an is in Mexico since Mexico's called an is my sister. She just did the family tree in got somebody. Because there's a there's a deal in Spain where you can become a a citizen of Spain. If you had completed your roots, and that window is closing. And and so my sister is getting had to get the information. So her children can become citizens of Spain. Right. Okay. We always thought that was the case. But now, we know. You're you're mother's maiden name was to settle who federal. All right. So they lose have been here since since my father's side. That's that's a French name. It's it's it's actually leget right? They were Fritz for trappers could transfer trappers that came all the way down the Rockies three brothers took off to California. Nobody knows what happened to him to other state here. We don't know if they were just a beautiful place or they're too tired to go back, but they didn't bring getting women with them. And that's why we speak Spanish, French good point. So the family's been around long time your father was in the state legislature for how many years for three terms in in the house or Senate in the Senate in the Senate. Yes, and he was superintendent of schools with Las Vegas for sixteen years. Longest tenured super fewer Republicans. This is this is an incredibly Democratic Party stronghold. Right. Yes. Yes. It is. And that has its advantages and disadvantages, but you're absolutely right. It can get a little bit inbred and time you have no desire to run for office. No not right now. Okay. All right. So you know, here we are. I'm sure you're well, a well acquainted with with this hotel is beautiful piece of property over the years. It was a Fred Harvey hotel and the grand ears of the trains, you know, going through. And you know, when when the trains were part of the establishing discovery for for Anglos and for western civilization of this part of New Mexico. Of course is the the native Americans considered the trains, the kind of indecisively station for them. But this this Grand Hotel here, I think is is kind of becoming a focal point for other people. To buy properties. Here. There's a there's a beautiful former office building across the street that has been redone. The the owner of that is the the guy that developed the temple of light and prisons and all that. Right. And then and then the the building just down the street, which has some of the most beautiful pressed metalwork in the state of New Mexico, which is a former dormitory for the Harvey girls. It is yet to see the ceilings ceilings. Yeah. That's what I've been told. And that's that's being developed a guy named Tom Tom Clayton. Okay. He works the district attorney's office. Okay. Assistant district attorney and those become individual apartments when when it is done Rhys. So there's a lot going on. And I think the fact that that Allen out fail is is doing this. He's he also deploys a hotel, and and he he's also recently bought the legal tender and lobby and they'll they'll be opening up that, but he's got his hands full right now, redoing this this grand old piece of property. No, it's great. I mean, Las Vegas is is it's a wonderful place. You know, they're they're more than half of all the billions are the national historic registry. Are located in New Mexico located here in Las Vegas, and one of the I also be the executive director of the chamber of commerce here in Las Vegas back in the eight year job. Oh, yeah. Definitely. But but the fortunately or, unfortunately, the reason that most of these buildings survived, and they didn't survive in other communities was because of after the railroads boom busted, right? And then there was some activity during World War Two, but there's no money to tear them down and build new ones. So so then come into late. The late eighties. Plus a partnership was formed and then with slick also he bought the plaza hotel. Right. And so that kind of started a renaissance of the plaza area, there's still some vacant buildings. Everybody's is becoming. You know, it it's more of a business hub, and and more of a tourist destination. You feel more of an optimistic tone in in in Las in Las Vegas. Oh, yeah. Most definitely I and and this is part of it a lot of things contribute to that. You know of one of the cost of the hotel. There's a new building New Mexico highlands university. Which is their their media. Senator Thomas kaffir media center, which was an old railroad building also okay, and that was redone. So that's a big thing. Then one thing that everybody is is taking pride in here in Las Vegas is the guy NS river project to me over and showed me that this morning. Yeah. I it's a pretty great project is being headed up by the the hermit's peak watershed alliance. So it's being all of the property belongs to city, Las Vegas. The development is going through this nonprofit, and they're spearheading it on grants to do the from the environment to do reach only they've gotten planning grants and recently, the next phase is to do the architectural design for the two parcels which would be from bridge street to mills avenue, and then from bridge street to not to grand the name of that street landscape plan. More than that scape. I mean, it'll be they'll be orchard. They'll be an amphitheater. They'll be community gardens PlayStations for children. Hopefully, like a little a little fishing area there at the bottom. So it's it's really a grand project that that people, you know, seen things happen. But I I would imagine all of you just driven over the bridges over the gleaned gleaners in the past and has just been kind of overgrown swampy, and he's like, you know, monsters live in there. And now, they're tearing all that out. Tune out a lot of the vegetation, the overgrown vegetation and open it up. Yep. I I grew up right there where the river is where we walked to the south side. If you go to the north side from first to fifth grade, I grew up in the first house on on Valencia street was still the closest house to to the river on the west side of the playground for you, guys everywhere. It was a playground for very we'd never we're never inside. Today's eighteen minutes after one o'clock. It is sixty six degrees in Las Vegas. We're broadcasting from the. Lock customer data hotel which old bar reopened the day. There are think I think thirteen rooms now available to to rant. If you wanna come up the restaurant is under renovation, the who is still a construction site. But slowly they're opening up hanging. Chandeliers buying more furniture and transforms the stained glass transom for all the guest rooms all the guestrooms are associated with an animal so you can rent the room or you can rent the skunk room or the bat room or the I don't know every every room has a different animal. The only one with with the stained glass transform right now, though is the Martine ledger is my guest he is a longtime resident of Las Vegas. The current San Miguel county chairman of the Democratic Party will talk about more about the hopes for Las Vegas and candidacy not his. But we'll talk about eight candidacy when we come back. Eighteen minutes after one o'clock Friday afternoon, happy Good, Friday, everybody and happy Passover..

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"tom clayton" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Lookout in. Please be careful. All right. The Bayer Santa Fe mayor of Las Vegas is here. I should say Nita gonna lay hitter on mayor nice to meet you. And thank you for coming by. Thank you, Richard. It's great honor today. I appreciate that very much. You are born radio you in you'll native of Las Vegas. Yes. Lifetime native of Las Vegas, you Mexico. It's a great city to visit an better citadel living graduate of which of the two hundred Mexico, Allen's university wherever acquired both my degrees. And. Also, I was a west fighter regiment for Muslim Vegas highschool. All right now on the maters with Las Vegas. Don't very proud. What? Roberson high school. What is the mascot for flushing? Don, the darn doing. Okay. And then you went in then he went to Highland. Yes. New mexico. Helen's university. All right. You will tell it. Tell us about your life and government, how long have you been in city government? With the governing body for proximity on nine years now six years in that capacity were in as a city councillor and three years approximately as the mayor philosophy. Okay. Syndicates? There are forced to council period in Las Vegas for districts. Yeah. Exactly for districts for city councillors and the mayor. Okay. And and what is the system here in Las Vegas? I know we just changed in Santa Fe from a the governing body was the city council. Now, they've got him bodies. Essentially, the mayor is to a strong mayor system. What's the system in? We had the home rule charter which gives the thority to the executive branch of the mayor and also legislative branch of the council, but a loss a lot of thorny also goes to the city manager. Okay. Who's your city manager Ameri? And and that is is an elected position or an appointment pointed position there are four point two positions by the mayor, and that is the city manager the chief of police, the city clerk and. Also, the city attorney, okay? Good to know. Yeah. We're things in Las Vegas. Very well. We're very very busy as you can tell we have a lot of restoration going in on in the city in the main street district and moreover here in the railroad district now would be renovation of the customer that hotel. Right. What does this mean to you? When new not just, you know, this hotel and thinking back and trying to picture it as his Harvey hotel. And you know, the the Harvey girls lived across the street over in this building over here, which is also be done, which is awesome. Tom Clayton is the owner of that. Right. When you when you think back to those days here in Las Vegas, kind of the the founding of this community in Las Vegas was going to be Vegas was going to be Las Vegas going to be the size of Albuquerque had not been for the rail yards moving down down Dahuk, which kind of changed the entire dynamic. So when you see all this and the train and the hippie and all this. What do you think? Well, growing up we used to come to the train station area and visit and and it's. Really nice and wonderful to see the renovation within the railroad district. I think that's very critical to the future economic development of the city of Las Vegas growing up. We saw a lot of this buildings which are up in and well-structured at the time some have dilapidated or working a re energizing local economy within the main street district more specifically the railroad district, which is an expansion of the visit to the old town area. And to see the cost Annetta being re renovated is remarkable. When I was in college, we used to come here, they had dances and things of this nature was wonderful. But throughout the years. There was a lot of concern not just about the custody of about about other historic buildings within the community. They were literally I I they bird or they had to knock them down because they had become dilapidated have become a. Dangerous to the community. So we lost some historic buildings, and I've been very very concerned about this. And one of the push pushes within this administration is that less preserve historic preservation and preserve the buildings. So we don't lose any of the historic. I think we're the highest in the national historic district. Buildings in anywhere else. So we want to continue to keep what we have and build upon that make it better. And the fact that Ellen took on such a task. We're very grateful to him. What this means to the city is economic development jobs for the for the future. Tourism right.

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"tom clayton" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

11:05 min | 2 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Kind of day beautiful day in Las Vegas, New Mexico as well for we get into into the guest lineup of guests today. Please. I want to remind everybody please pay a little bit extra special attention today. There are people walking along the highways along the roads along the street in in neighborhoods or areas where you you know, we're not used to seeing people walking. But there are people walking pilgrims going up to cheer Myo to please. Don't look at your phone. Don't you know, wander literature tension wander, please look Africa people, and please be extra careful for pilgrims hitting a team? I in fact, my my I guess and I were having breakfast this morning at Charlie. Speaking Spanish at the name of it, Charlie speaking Spanish, picking spin and some people came in who live in team, I yo- and they said just driven down from team. I guess I to get out of town for the weekend. And they took them about an hour and a half just to kind of wander down the highway on eighty four to eighty five and and to get out of the the because there's so many people long road summit traffic up there already and it's only Good Friday, by the way, happy. Good Friday in dark tonight. Happy passover. Martine ledger is my first guest today at the bottom of the hour. We will speak with the well, we'll we'll call him chef Sean for now. But he's more than the chef. And we'll talk about why. And how when he and his wife come on at one thirty Martine ledger. The recently reelected, send me Gil county Democratic Party chair. Congratulations for them. Thank you, Richard. Boy a pair. Apparently, it's it's a thin Benca here. But that's okay. Good to see you. See, richard. It's always great to have you here in Las Vegas and to listen to your radio show. We've been on a few times. What would a lot of people? Don't know. Is the fact that we both worked together tourism department, Bill Richardson. Yep. Yep. Richard was the marketing director and I was advertising manager. I had all the power Martine had all the money. That's right. Taken places. Introducing tourism people and says, yes, this is Richard eats. He's the marketing director and advertising manager, and he directs me, and I manage him. That's sure. You've been there longer. You were twenty five years twenty seven years something like that in state government, correct? Correct film office New Mexico film office, right? And and then the New Mexico tourism department for eighteen years five years actually about twenty that stint together it was about twenty three years. Okay. And recently retired. We shouldn't be tired two years now in knowing marches and living here in Las Vegas where your family has been for how many oh. The ledgers have been here since the middle of eighteen hundreds and on my mother's side. We've been in Mexico since since Mexico's call an is in Mexico since Mexico is called an is my sister. She just did the family tree and got some independent because there's a there's a deal in Spain where you can become a a citizen of Spain. If you had completed your roots, and that window is closing. And and so my sister is getting had to get the information. So her children can become citizens of Spain. Right. Okay. We always thought that was the case. But now, we know. You're you're mother's maiden name was the federal federal. All right. So the Lucero have been here since since we're am father side. That's that's a French name. It's it's it's actually a great. They were France for transfers Kadena transferred. Trappers that came all the way down the Rockies. Three brothers won't took off to California. And nobody knows what happened to him to other state here. We don't know if they're just beautiful place or too tired to go back, but they didn't bring getting women with them. And that's why we speak Spanish, not French good point. So the family's been around long time. Your father was in the state legislature for how many years for three terms in in the house or Senate in the Senate in the Senate. Yes, and he was superintendent of schools that with Las Vegas for sixteen years. Longest tenured super fewer Republicans. This is this is an incredibly Democratic Party stronghold. Right. Yes. Yes. It is. And that has its advantages and disadvantages. You're absolutely right. It can get a little bit inbred and time you have no desire to run for office. No not right now. Okay now. All right. So you know, here we are. I'm sure you're well, well acquainted with with this hotel is beautiful piece of property over the years. It was a Fred Harvey hotel, and the grand years of the trains, you know, going through in you know, when when the trains were part of the establishing discovery for for Anglos for western civilization of this part of New Mexico. Of course is the the native Americans considered the trains, the kind of indecisively relation for them. But this this Grand Hotel here, I think is is kind of becoming a focal point for other people. To buy properties. Here. There's a beautiful former office building across the street that has been redone. The the owner of that is the the guy that developed the temple of light and prisons and all that. Right. And then and then the building just down the street, which has some of the most beautiful pressed metalwork in the state of New Mexico, which is a former dormitory for the Harvey girls. It is yet to see the ceilings ceilings. Yeah. That's what I've been told. And that's that's been developed a guy named Tom Tom Clayton. Okay. He works. The district attorney's office assistant district attorney and those become individual apartments when when done right. So I mean there there's long going on. And I think the fact that that Allan out fail is is doing this. He's he also deploys a hotel, and he he's also do reasonably bought the legal tender and lobby and they'll they'll be opening up that, but he's got his hands full right now redoing this this grand old piece of property now. It's great. I mean, Las Vegas is is it's a wonderful place. You know, they're they're more than half of all the billions other national historic registry. Are located in New Mexico are located here in Las Vegas and one of the. I also be the executive director of the chamber of commerce here in Las Vegas back in the eight job. Oh, yeah. But but the fortunately or, unfortunately, the reason that most of these buildings survived, and they didn't survive in other communities was because of after the railroads boom busted, right? And then there was some activity general bar too. But there's no money to tear down and build new ones. You know? So so then come into late. The late eighties. Plus a partnership was formed and then with slick also he bought the plaza hotel. Right. And so that kind of started a renaissance of the plaza area, there's still some vacant buildings. Everybody's is becoming you know, it it's more of a business hub, and and more of a tourist destination. You feel more of an optimistic tone in in in in Las Vegas. Oh, yeah. Most definitely, and this is part of it a lot of things contribute to that. You know of when it's cost hotel. There's a new building New Mexico highlands university. Which is their media center the Tomek Africa media center, which was an old railroad building, also okay, and that was redone. So that's a big thing. Then one thing that everybody is is taking pride in here in Las Vegas is the guy NS river project to me over and showed me that this morning. Yeah. I I it's a pretty great project is being headed up by the the hermit's peak watershed alliance. So it's being all of the property belongs to city, Las Vegas. The development is going through this nonprofit, and and they're spearheading on grants to do the from environment department do rechannelling they've gotten planning grants and recently, the next phase is to do the architectural design for the two parcels which would be from bitch street to mills avenue and then from bridge street to not to grand to name of that street landscape plan last more than that scape. I mean, it'll be they'll be archers. They'll be an amphitheater they'll be community gardens. You know PlayStations for children. I hopefully like a little there is a little fish. In area there at the bottom. So it's it's really a grand project that that people, you know, seen things happen. But I would imagine all of you just driven, you know, over the bridges over the gleaners in the past and has just been kind of overgrown swampy, and he's like, you know, monsters live in there. And now, they're tearing all that out to Natalie out of the vegetation, the overgrown vegetation and open it up as a park. Yep. I grew up right there where the river is where we walked to the south side. If you go to the north side, I from first to fifth grade, I grew up in the first house on on Valencia was still the closest house to to the river on on the west side of this. There was a playground for you guys everywhere was a playground for us. We're very we never. We're never inside. Today's eighteen minutes after one o'clock. It is sixty six degrees in Las Vegas. We're broadcasting from the lock customer data hotel which old bar. Reopened the day. There are think I think thirteen rooms now available to to rent if you wanna come up the restaurant is under renovation the who is still a construction site. But slowly, they're opening up hanging chandeliers buying more furniture and transcends, the stained glass transom for all the guest rooms all the guestrooms are associated with an animal you can rent the room or you can rent the skunk room or the bat room where the I don't know every every room has a different animal. The only one with a with a stained glass transform right now, though is the Owlry. Martine ledger is my guest he is a longtime resident of Las Vegas. The current San Miguel county chairman of the Democratic Party will talk about more about the hopes for Las Vegas and candidacy not his. But we'll talk about eight candidacy when we come back. Eighteen minutes after one o'clock Friday afternoon, happy. Good Friday, everybody and happy Passover.

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"tom clayton" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

12:31 min | 2 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Live with little story of each of them. We built a nice little anthology over the years of doing this this week. The book is called wild Bill. The true story of the American frontiers. First gunfighter. Tom Clayton is the author book just came out last week. Is that right, Tom? It just came out in February. Yes. Wow. Congratulations. Yeah. Because. Well, this is this a person we should emulate or should we or does he have characteristics that we should be doing? Well, I think so because you know, one of the pleasant discoveries working on this book is that, you know, while Bill Hitchcock model people will say, okay, he's a gunfighter and he probably killed people. And and maybe a hired gun. He may have been an outlawed at some of the things I have wild Bill hickok, but the true stories that he's somebody who really live with a code of honor. He he was a fierce abolitionist anti-slavery person. He was very much. He took on bullies bullied heated unfair fights, he hit injustice, and he did have participated in gun gun fights. But it was only when there was absolutely no resort. And somebody challenged him would let him just slide. So he he really tried to treat people as he wanted to be treated. And I think that's something that emulate we could jump on on each of those. But can we go back to the beginning? Can you give us a quick little? Bio of wild Bill will abilities, actually, born James Butler, Hitchcock in Illinois in eighteen thirty seven and he his father operated, a farm, and Illinois that was a station on the underground railroad. So when he was when he was a kid his family actually was would load up runaway escaped slaves and their wagon and that takes them during the night to the next stop on the underground railroad. So he grew up with with that kind of family environment during the civil war. He joined the union army, but became a spy, and I spent a couple of years behind enemy lines in confederate uniforms and spy getting the information secretly back to the union lines that would have an impact on the subsequent battle because you know, the union army would know what the confederate on was about to do. Thanks to their spy on the other side. He was a plane's, man. He was an army scout after the war. He did become was known as a gunfighter. But at the same time, he also wore bad. She was the Marshall of of Abilene Kansas, for example, and cleaned. Up that town. So he he picked he packed a lot of lives at the end to one relatively brief life. What were the reasons for his dad's or mom's I suppose his parents abolitionist views at that time. Well, they were originally from New England the Hickox when they emigrated over from England Ireland. They became farmers in Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and a couple of decades before the civil war, you know, most of your abolitionist fervor was in was in New England. So the Hickox father was the very first one to break away from the family and decide to head west and establish a farming, Illinois. He brought with him along with their possessions. He brought with him that that abolitionist fever very much anti-slavery and his his sons including Jimmy grew up feeling the same way. What did that you mentioned there like smuggling slaves inside of what did that whole process? Teach Bill when he was a boy that he brought with him. Well. I taught him two things one was that he just to have caring and compassion for those who have been brutalized, you know, people who have who who need do need help. He was always on the side of people needed help it taught him, or at least he came to believe was that the bullet hadn't been made that would kill him because I'll brief explanation for that. Is what his father used to do as he put the slaves in the back of a wagon throw some hay on them or blanket. And you always get a couple of his sons to sit up front with him to make it look at. It was kind of innocent thing they were doing is know strolling along lane. Well, every so often about hunter or a law man would realize what was going on and give chase. And there would be bullets flying all around. None of them would hit hit the Hickox. He would later in his life. He did say that to somebody who said they asked him. How come you could be cool and calm in the middle of a gunfight? He said the bullet hasn't been made that could kill me. I'm sure you've thought about that too. And he was spying other competitors. Did he have a deep reason for that as well? Or was that just because he lived in the north on the union side. Well, he joined a union side because of his anti-slavery feelings, but initially saw his first battles. He was as a scout as a guide as a messenger a sharpshooter with the union army, but his superiors notice this the guy who really is cool and calm under pressure. And let's give them a try. And so he went behind enemy lines. And he always kept emerging and coming back with good intelligence information. There were a couple of ties is one time in the book. I talk about he was discovered, and he was placed into a shack that he was going to be executed in the morning. He managed to escape and make his way back to union lines by think it was that that fearlessness that common to pressure him to disguise himself as other people that made him a very good Spicer's literally wearing a confederate uniform during these. Yes. Yeah. There's even one time when. He was he he managed to wangle himself a job as a staff assistant to the general commanding the confederate army. So he's actually sitting there next to the general where they're discussing this strategy in the next couple of days that ninety slipped out and made his way to union lines. And gave it all away. How long did it take for him to get that position? Like, how long did you have to gain the trust of the confederates? You know, he came up with these schemes that make things pretty easy. He actually joined one unit of the confederate army pretending to be the brother of he found a found grave of a confederate soldier who had died. So he showed up a few days later with this unit because they put out seven th regiment or something like that saying, I'm Joe's brother from Alabama. And they said, oh, you're one of us was so good to see you. Your brother was a fine guy. Come on come on. Leo, join us. So he he was very bright guy. And he would come up with these schemes obviously was successful because he was still still on the side of the growl and the civil war ended. So this is already we haven't even gotten to the characteristics. I didn't know anything really about wild Bill, but the nickname and with the gunslinger and stuff I thought he was a bad, dude. Right. And I'm getting no, no he was not. I mean, I'm not saying that he never fired his pistol. But he always it was always like I said last resort. He he wanted to avoid confrontations. And the reason why sometimes he was able to avoid confrontations is if he was slow to anger, but when he gonna angry got had this look on his face, these steely blue eyes and people who were trying to confronted with see that. And they would they would think to themselves light bulb. Go off and say this is a dangerous, man. This is not gonna come out. Well for me. They would just turn and walk away or. Oh, sorry Bill. I was mistaken. So every so often he was a confrontation. But it was as a last resort. He he really, you know, he wasn't like John Wesley hard was an outlaw. And he's a character in the book. His motto was I never killed a man who didn't need killing. Yeah. That's kind of an extreme view to justify yourself. Haycock didn't have that. He really really did not like to shoot people. But sometimes there's a law man, especially he had no choice. Well, you've touched on a few already. But should we just maybe your first official characteristic of of wild Bill honesty. He was very honest, man. He didn't want to miss this leave people she later in his life. He started to repeat some of the tall tales. That was being spoken about him. I think probably because he probably could no longer separate fact from fiction anymore. You know, there's a John Ford movie. The man who shot. Liberty Valance is a great Lyons says when legend becomes the fact print the legend, I think later in his life. He was living bore the legend than the fact, but but for up until that point he honesty was definitely characteristic of his what's what was that. What was the legend? Did you ever example of maybe there was one example story where here's what actually happened? But here's the story told well again going back to when I was a civil war spy, there's at least five different lease five different stories of him being discovered a companion of his jumping on their horses racing across this river to get to the union lines and escape and its companion. You know gets gets gets shot, and he can believe that story one time, but it was five times. In fact, my research, and I found out that that one of his dead companions found out. He had died by reading the story that is big. The second characteristic of wild Bill. I think the second characteristic was compassion. He started when he grew up in a household and helps his father gets slaves to escape, but he was always help trying to help people. He didn't like unfair fight isn't like injustice. He he really likes people and people mostly liked him as long as you weren't trying to do anything dangerous. They they let me lay like people, and they they liked him. You know, there's a story in the book about he's he's passing by a saloon. There's a commotion inside. He finds out that the bartender had expressed some sympathy for the southern cause in the civil war and six guys jumped him to beat him up. The teaching the hair of his ways Bill went in there with his fists flying to help the bartender. Now, this is a guy who was anti-slavery. But he he had he said there's no way that this poor guy should be getting beaten up by six bully. So he came in on the side of the of the poor bartender story is that. After the war that was actually right at the beginning of the war when it was even more dangerous to take the side of a southerner. Wow. That's that is a wonderful sorry in our in our free slack of free speech country that we're moving towards that's that's a great story. It is characteristic of wild Bill. I think a sense of humor wild Bill was a funny guy. He loved telling stories it was a really good storyteller. And at people like being around him in the saloons are sitting around the campfire. He he had a good storytelling ability. He liked to laugh other people tell stories he liked to laugh one of his favorite stories that he would always, you know, catch people on with. He'll be talking about being chased by Indians. He get some Roxy steak is way between the rocks. Indies? We've come through with them until he ran out of bullets. They come to try and fight them off with his knife. And then he would pause, and then they'd say, well, what happened Bill and Bill would say, well, they killed me boys. And it'll be. But we start laughing because he he liked it. He liked to play the joke on people practical jokes verbal jokes. He was a funny guy. How would he have defined injustice? And are you give a good story there? But do you have any near the definition of injustice in his eyes? Well, I think he felt injustice was when whether in a court system, whether it was just two people where it was a group of people that somebody didn't get a fair shake. And and and so he that sometimes happen that, you know, a lot of times we see the movie westerns the guys out for revenge because the the court was crooked or corrupt, and they let the guy off we should or something like that that happened. You know, he was a law man in hey city in an Abilene other places, you know, it was a rough and tumble Justice system back then so for him. Injustice was when somebody was not treated fairly by by the court or by by community. And he he almost always took the side of the person who got the short end of the stick diva quote to wrap us up with Tom. I wanted to read something very very quickly. He was friends with George Armstrong Custer, and when he finished scouted for the seventy Calvary while Bill did. And when he first met libbie Custer, George Custer's wife, she fell in love with him. And I'm just gonna read a couple of quick censor what she wrote down tall lice and free and every motion. He wrote walkers if every muscle was perfection, and the careless swing of his body as he moved seem perfectly in keeping with the man the country the time in which Stevens lived, I do not recall anything finer the way of physical perfection than wild Bill. When producer Eric wrote that to me, I thought you wrote that. Eric. Some help. I understand at least you did that right there description until after. That's probably right there. That's awesome. Hey, tom. Thanks for coming on tells us about wild Bill. My perception has changed. I look forward to read the whole book..

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"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"And she had injured her foot, and she fell off her chair in the course of the argument and bear reportedly went on to say, he apologized to his wife. The couple calling the situation embarrassing. Major league. Baseball tells us tonight they are working together. More information about what happened Tom Morsi? Thank you. Now to a terrifying. Confrontation in California police releasing bodycam video of a former patient or with a knife threatening to kill her therapist officers. Forced to make a split second life or death decision. Maybe cleaned San del with the video tonight a panic nine one one call since officers racing in. The voice on the line is a mental health therapist in Fullerton. California attacked by a former patient seen walking in moments earlier with a hunting knife. That patient Catherine Brazil had been treated by the therapist for three years until they had a falling out the therapist got a restraining order Brazil, allegedly making repeated threats she makes it clear. The therapist is gonna die to veteran. Officers tried to get in. But the door is locked. So they kick it in. As Bruce zone raises the knife. Again, both officers opened fire. Brazil shot seven times was killed. The therapists survived this entire incident from last may was over in just three minutes the district attorney determined that both officers acted reasonably in order to save a life. Tom Clayton San dealt with that chilling video Clayton. Thank you and news tonight about the crash of the Amazon cargo plane near Houston, the recovering the cockpit voice recorder from the atlas cargo jet three crew members were killed when the plane went into a nosedive moments before landing last Saturday. No word yet. What may have caused that crash? And the countdown is underway tonight. Spacex and NASA hours away from a critical next step in relaunching, America's manned space program. The crew dragon capsule see it they're set for a test flight to the international space station early tomorrow morning with a dummy passenger on board. If all goes, well, the capsule may take American astronauts into space for the first time in eight years, and they're still much more had a world news tonight. This friday. The miracle. Survival caught on camera a teenager. You. See you're you're trapped inside her bedroom after a plane slammed into her home how she was able to walk away. Plus the young woman killed by her friend the alleged motive inheritance money. Now, the secretly reported confession police say help crack the case. And the manhunt intensifying tonight for the hit and run minivan driver who caused this dramatic rollover stay with us. So you just woke up your phone is lighting up with headlines and push notifications. And a text from your mom saying, how do I click this? Okay. Maybe that's just me. But if you wanna get up to speed, check out the new podcast from ABC news start here. Literally the ground was shaking. I'm Brad milkey. And every morning, we're going to take you to the stories that matter with fast, fresh, insight, low Robert Mueller, Michael Cohen calling all in twenty minutes start here. Listen for free on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast app. Next tonight..

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"tom clayton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

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"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"tom clayton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Ryan Seacrest and Jenny McCarthy and guest appearance from our own ginger Zee all begins at eight PM. Eastern right here on ABC, and there's still much more had a world news tonight. This New Year's Eve the mile high rescue mission the tense moments in bone chilling cold. Plus, the new details come in the case of that missing. Colorado mother lasting grocery shopping with her one year old the new charges against her fiance, and the disastrous gas explosion tearing this apartment, building apart the search for survivors tonight. So you just woke up your phone is lighting up with headlines and push notifications. And a text from your mom saying, how do I click this? Okay. Maybe that's just me. But if you wanna get up to speed, check out the new podcast from ABC news start here. Literally the ground was shaking. I'm Brad milkey. And every morning, we're going to take you to the stories that matter with fast, fresh, insight, low Robert Mueller, Michael Cohen calling all in twenty minutes start here. Listen for free on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast app. Back now with new questions surrounding the murder of Colorado mother, her fiance arraigned in court today and the new charges. He's now facing here's ABC's Clayton. Sandell Patrick phrase's shackled and silent council tonight facing two charges of first degree murder. One for deliberation. And in a new twist a second count alleging phrasing killed his fiancee. Twenty nine year old Kelsey Berith during a robbery felony murder in this case as set out in the. Charges that when you rob somebody, and they died during the robbery that has also I agree murder. Berith vanished on thanksgiving last seen shopping with the couple's fourteen month old daughter Kayleigh phrasing was arrested ten days ago. You see 'em. He's in cuffs now. Also facing three charges of solicitation to commit murder suggesting he had one or more accomplices something prosecutors won't confirm this is an ongoing criminal investigation. The remote police that law enforcement needs to follow up on and it's extensive breezy in his public defender or not commenting anything to say Patrick. Frac- did not enter a plea and for now very little is known about the case against him. But prosecutors will be revealing more at a preliminary hearing January twenty ninth Tom Clayton Sandown who's been covering the story from the get-go Clayton. Thank you time. Now for index in the wild scene at Las Vegas, beauty, salon salon workers, say a customer tried to make a fast getaway after not paying for a manicure when confronted in the parking lot police say she ran the manicures down and took off that worker pronounced dead. The hunt tenths of fine for the killer tonight and overseas, a massive gas explosion nearly fourteen hundred rescue workers hunting for survivors in this rubble of ten story apartment building happened in eastern Russia, some forty to seventy people still unaccounted for at least four people killed and that death toll expected to rise and the tense moments back here at home at a Montana ski resort about one hundred forty skiers stuck on that stalled chair lift at whitefish mountain. It was shut down due to mechanical problem. Took the ski patrol about two and a half hours to get everybody to safety temperatures in the teens there with those gusty winds no injuries, though reported and finally tonight from our family to yours. Thank you for watching. I'm Tom yomas in New York for David and our entire ABC news team happy new year. Good night. Hey, I'm Dan Harris from ABC news, and I have a podcast, and you listen to it. It's called ten percent, happier. It's all about how to stay sane in our increasingly insane world, we talked to everybody from the Dalai Lama finds Balkan for human gene to rupaul you have to explore this life. It's fun and interesting may even change your life. You can listen to it for free on apple podcasts or on your favorite podcast app.

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