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Melania Trump announces cancellation of White House Easter Egg Roll

Rush Limbaugh

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

Melania Trump announces cancellation of White House Easter Egg Roll

"And in Washington DC today an annual springtime event has also been canceled there will be no White House Easter egg roll this year due to novel coronavirus First Lady melania trump announced that the health and safety of Americans is the first priority the CDC is recommended no events with fifty or more people the annual agro brings thousands to the White House each spring this is not the first time the festivities have been called off according to the White House historical association the Easter egg roll did not take place between nineteen forty three and nineteen fifty two because of World War two food conservation efforts and later a massive white house renovation during the Truman administration Karen Travers A. B. C. news

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Jonathan Metzl on how white identity permeates policymaking outside of Washington

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

09:32 min | 1 year ago

Jonathan Metzl on how white identity permeates policymaking outside of Washington

"I am Jonathan Kaye. Part and welcome to Cape Up Healthcare in Tennessee guns in Missouri tax tax cuts in Kansas professor. Jonathan Metal at Vanderbilt University focuses on those three areas in his book dying of Whiteness. How the politics six of racial resentment is killing? America's heartland using compelling data and focus groups metal shows how white people are willing to die rather than be connected a two or finance policies. They believe are giving resources to people bayview as undeserving find out more about this important book right now. Jonathan Mental. Thank you very much for being on the PODCAST. Hey It's great to be here. Okay I've been raving about your book for months now and it is really an important book. The name of the book is dying of Whiteness. How the politics of racial resentment is killing? America's heartland it land. And you start off the book by telling the story of Trevor Talk About Trevor sure will basically the the the impetus for the book came from a series of focus groups that Some colleagues of mine and I were doing in kind of rural Tennessee. Where we were talking to medically ill poor White and black Americans about the affordable care act and we just found some very dramatic stories which I recount in the book but I think probably one of the most powerful stories was is one of a man named Trevor who called Trevor in in the book. who was suffering from liver failure and a bunch of other chronic conditions. And he really would have benefited from this was in the year. Twenty eleven at the time. What the what? The affordable care act potentially was offering which was increased access to physicians financial help. Because he was under you know in the facing medical bankruptcy and this was in a focus group and I basically asked You know what you're feeling about the affordable care act. And he told me I realized that I realized that something like the affordable care act might be beneficial for me but I have to tell you. There's no way I'm supporting or signing up for a program that is he put it. Benefits benefits Mexicans and Welfare Queens. That was a quote I heard a lot and basically the the idea was that even if this program might benefit me. I'm not going to support a program. Graham that might also benefit by his estimation kind of undeserving immigrants minorities and the reason that was important was because again. It was a refrain that I heard quite right often that I'm you know we don't we don't want to be part of a program that might not just benefit us but other people and in this case you know. Here's a guy who's he's on. Death's doorstep literally literally on death's doorstep and so part of the jumping off point of the book is how powerful is this idea about kind of what it means to be white in America and this idea that basically weekly to be to be white means to have to block the advance of other groups and in in a way that the call of whiteness because of stories like this where people literally literally traded their lives at rather than sign up for social programs support programs that they felt like might go to benefit other people who were undeserving to the pointed ended the focus groups when you were talking to either all white groups are all black groups who had a colleague who you worked with an African American man who he taught out to all black groups and you talk to the all white groups for obvious reasons but talk about that will we just wanted people to feel comfortable. Obviously Racist Racist Right Marker powerful marker in the south where we're doing are doing our research and so we really wanted to get people's honest opinions About I mean. Obviously I'm a race scholar. So is my colleague Derek Derrick Griffith and so part of the issue as we just we wanted to get the real stuff the real the real responses and so I think part of part of the issue was that but also you know because races such important dividing line in places like Tennessee where we were doing the research we really wanted to see. We really wanted to compare. We asked every Group the same questions and the focus groups were pretty interesting about the first fifteen or twenty minutes of the groups. Were just general questions you know. How do you define health? What do you do to to to to maintain your health and it's interesting that Race really wasn't a factor in those early questions so everybody would joke around and say stuff like you know. I try to keep my weight down around but then I walked by. McDonald's mcrib is on sale for ninety nine cents and everybody would kind of laugh and everybody you know I would. We would all laugh. I mean I personally loved the mcrib awesome. Now go on. I mean I did said Skip Vida But anyway you know so for the first twenty minutes or so when we would ask general questions about health there really were no race race dividers right. And we're also socioeconomic class but we can talk about that later but then about twenty minutes into each group we would ask this question and so who benefits from healthcare reform and. It's important to note that we were doing these interviews in two thousand eleven two thousand twelve. This was a time when Tennessee was really debating. I'm should they should. We expand Medicaid should we create To basically except the affordable care act rejected. That was something very much on people's minds and what we found was when we asked this question who who benefits from healthcare reform the almost to a person the African American men would say things like everybody. Does you know we are society benefit. If more people are insured. Sure not just black people. That's what they would say But really everybody and so this idea that we get from the African American focus groups was was. You know. It's kind of the attitude you want people to have if you're going to create a national healthcare system which is if we get the most people in the system. It benefits the most people when we would ask the groups of particularly lower income white Americans against we got a a range of opinions but one that seemed to dominate was. As I mentioned this idea that basically I don't want to be part of a system where the benefits that could be going to me are going to as they put it undeserving. Immigrants Minorities which tapped into a lot of these things about you know building a wall and keeping people Out and so really. I think that the profound racial difference we found in these groups was really that one group really had a very a very broad idea about Menendez's Monette work at risk. All the things you would want people to have when you're creating health insurance and for for the White Americans we spoke to an you know. Of course I'm a white American myself myself In these groups people people would basically it was the sense of kind of limited resources and privileges are being taken away from me and and and that was important both because it it spoke to an ideology which was just countered to the idea of creating a national health care system it was important because it tapped into historical tensions ends about other times to democratize health. Care you know Johnson and Truman administrations. you know desegregation things like that but it was also important because the ideology the of blocking the affordable care act was one that we didn't just here in the groups that was how the entire state voted. We elected politicians who decided not to expand Medicaid not to create competitive insurance marketplaces. And so in a way that ideology we felt a from a political standpoint was was quite dominant in terms of how the state ultimately voted and decided what to do Well on that larger point of you know the the white focus groups looking at the idea the of their resources going to quote unquote undeserving. People but you also make a point of in here. It's on page one. Seven where you're talking about. President trump and his hammering away at the at the affordable care act that obamacare and you're right trump essentially asked lower income white people to choose less coverage and more suffering over a system that linked them to Mexicans Welfare Queens and to healthier longer lives and it was that that were that verb linked them. The idea of being connected to these people was a was a bridge too far right. I mean it's it was one of the more powerful points and something I couldn't advantage before doing these focus groups but basically the idea I mean think about it. If you're an you know I'm I'm not. I hope people see this. I'm not trying to totally really slam. All the people I interviewed. I feel like there were remarkable stories of bravery just about what it means to stay alive in a part of the country where there's no social safety net. But but I will say that at this idea came came up again and again. which was this kind of particular form of white identity as what I'm holding onto? It's kind of keeping me alive. But what if I smoke three packs of cigarettes a day and I as people that tell me I I live a healthy diet. Things like that and I'm in a network where my good health is dependent on a healthy African American person or Latino person who maybe jogs every day and doesn't smoke you know in a way there's a sense of dependence ends up being in a in a broader social network where my actions are related to other people's actions who it frightens me to be dependent on and so there was. There's all this underlying tension about about what it meant to be in really in a a a healthcare system is a web people are connected and and you're dependent on a certain certain number of people being healthy one got if one person cost ten dollars for just a checkup and one person cost ten thousand dollars because they need a kidney transplant. Supplant it balances out right so in a way your actions are connected to the actions of other people and I think that that anxiety there's an underlying anxiety about what does it mean to be dependent dependent on people who who At least my formulation of Whiteness tells me I'm superior to

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"truman administration" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"truman administration" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

"Of the obscene military budget which the transfer from the public pockets straight into the pockets of the military industrial complex so you know this situation with north korea is a situation which there's conflict now internally among the ruling elites who some concern about this move toward peace and we saw the response the other day from the stock market that some of the major military corporations loss a significant value in their stock is a consequence of this possible breakthrough for peace so you know when you look at the material reality you look at follow the money if you will you see that the north korean situation is much more complicated than might appear on the surface this seems to be bad for business in wall street knows it glenn this has been a case career from you mention ever since the end of the second imperialist war of the second world war and is important for people to recognize and to be reminded that like most of the polls were conflicts the leading edge the main protagonists if you will in the us site where the democrats harry truman his administration concluded that they were concerned about the possibility of a post war downturn in the us economy they wanted to maintain a span military expenditures but in needed proper justifications the korean war serve that purpose quite nicely the truman administration expanded the military budget threefold they put in place the process of connecting various us bases in the pacific area became the model for the global network of us basis so the korean situation is part of the broader sort of strategic alignment of us imperialism i has played very central road in that broader imperialist ommission so these kinds of things we have to take into account when we attempt to try to get deconstruct what has happening with that issue again you know you have some forces that would like to see a resolution of the situation with north korea you have a very powerful forces on the other hand that are willing to support trump's completed pivot to asia in recognize that part of that pivot to asia means maintaining a fairly significant physical presence of us troops in career and this democratic reaction to what happened in singapore almost entirely negative isn't then just a partisan reaction but part of the stoorikhel stance of.

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"truman administration" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"truman administration" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Days of the truman administration december fifty two he presidency is going to pass the eisenhower within weeks that's right and what we found is that there was up seemed to be some confusion there was one one one post even they came out there seemed to be for clemency and the other came out seemingly come out for for for the execution and none of this really there's no evidence that either president truman or even president eisenhower during the transition period may have even seen this or had been influenced by it but so there was some confusion on it but no evidence that actually made it to to to either there is there is however strong indication that harry truman had other sources of information about the spiring in general not just about the rosenbergs and that was the vanoni transcripts what's that lee and why did they not talk about it at the time well before runner to the national security agency the army ran signals intelligence operations against against the soviet union really starting about about the end of world war two and so vanilla was a secret top secret project in which they wiretapped transmissions from the soviet union and the united states and they were able to determine they were actually able to break the code and tap into our soviet communication with the.

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"truman administration" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"truman administration" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Of the owners management employers and to advertisers of wcbs but they should be famous story about the the secretary of state in the truman administration was asked by a reporter may maybe somebody like you how how how is it that the atchison and president truman had such a good working relationship and actress and said basically because neither the president nor i ever forgot who was president john bolton national security adviser again martha maccallum on the story of mccollum he's saying basically the i think read between the lines there have been people in this mistake early on when some of the swamp dwellers under the president put in place as transitions a who actually forgot who was president and who was not and decided that they were the big dog in the room and i think that when you're actually going to the room where there's an actual big dog you find out your behaviors l advise this in from sherman he says a this email the bruce if you keep harping about trump ladies people go to bring in the next group with new levels of experience the reality is that his turnover as detrimental and adds the unstable nature of his administration of course the most unstable element is trump himself keep on apologizing for him i'm not polishing for him giving you my observations as to exactly how i think this is actually working is that stable at certainly more unstable than some of the nation's we've seen the past however that instability i has not seemed to damage this president nor has it seemed to significantly slow many of the priorities he set when he became president so if if simply having the same people in place during the same thing that every previous administration has done over and over and over and over again if that is what is desired i think that we're going to be disappointed with this particular administration on the other hand if you look at this through the lens of what this guy's personal history isn't make sense of it from that point of view i'm not harping on anything saying this is what i believe is going on it's the same thing with his attorney by the way it's personal attorney joe.

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"truman administration" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"truman administration" Discussed on WCHS

"The it grew from that others took it up as well a bin that's right the man who oversaw the airlift and transformed it into an arrow remarkable uh operation to keep out west berlin uh uh alive for far longer than anybody thought possible um uh was um uh a general name william tunner uh who is a logistics expert uh and the truman administration was very worried um in august of 19 48 that they would not be able to sustain uh the air lift um uh beyond the fall when the weather would get cold and it was time there who really revolutionized it um and there were these were remarkable uh airmen like the candy bomber who um uh uh made west berliners um uh so convinced um that uh uh the united states was um uh behind their in chris and even when the the soviets uh tried to convince west berliners that they would provide for them um if only they would dumb a band in the united reliance on the united states uh nobody would sign up for rations in uh in east berlin uh they were were very elegantly against what the soviets where do we to mark tries to these washington good evening good evening thanks jim um my question was regarding the.

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"truman administration" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"truman administration" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The whole dan i think you're arguing list is success that truman and marshall and acts and the others cannon did it right at least at that moment in time they did um these these were in a real people uh larry they are are are heroes but the the you know they made mistakes uh they've made misjudgements uh but they were intelligent they had integrity um they understood the appeal around the world of of the american commitment to freedom to liberty democracy to free enterprise and they leverage that powerfully um uh larry i think that's so so important to realize that if the end of the cold war after the berlin wall fell d uh soviet alliances like uh the warsaw pact collapsed immediately nobody wanted to be part of it whereas our alliances and our institutions that we set up after world war to nato and the european union larry were offshoots of the marshall plan they were as strong as ever and that's testimony to the greatness of these people in the truman administration who created the marshall plan fair enough now you're worried that president donald trump is going to undermine this uh and create dis unity and um i don't know enough to say you're right or wrong i mean i follow it in ice i speak to imperial arkley and his his aides it will long dinner with general mcmaster by the by a brilliant cia but i wanna say this in i know some trump's rhetoric during the campaign was pretty rough regarding nato um you know the un you uh the eu yes and he was for brexit i was for brexit but he gave at dad what i'm saying is the speech in davos so i thought was a great speech one of the key the there were two key lives one is america is open for business we'll get one but to your point more he says look america first doesn't mean america a lull now i think he is incorporating you know your history of the marshall plan era by stressing that doesn't mean america alone at it from your writings it sounds like you don't really by that well no i i.

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"truman administration" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"truman administration" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"And you can forget about two out key middlemen system a n d amorphous company with no ceo is going to destroy them they're not gonna say that but a bit the endless huaxi covered jeff jamie mourns companies amazon jp morgan berkshire hathaway would view this coalition with a very different awestruck attitude i'll tell you if these guys were coming after my business ibj horrified with the endless just wouldn't go there may be there too close to the industry now i read smith sport defenses of the entrench players today at united health and they are doing great i it's fight us they got the wrong enemy optum in that has really helped and take them because the drugs wholesalers actually make the money from containing cost because they buy in bulk or we we've been through worse remember when everyone was worried about form suitable price controls our healthcare industry is fended off a government run single payer system since the truman administration are they really going to let some non profit run right over them but you know what i think it's a bit of a miss apprehension the health care technology hot healthcare industry is frankly not that technologically savvy and while they're lobbyists can stop the federal government is tracks i don't think they can do that not warn jamiat jeff so what do you do with the healthcare stocks your only need samanta locks i think we need to recognize when amazon first trains its guns when an industry when it first takes sees its target and shoes.

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"truman administration" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"truman administration" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"That you will response should they you know cross certain boundaries that that you've set up in this has been very explicitly the policy of the department of defense as state department presidential administrations ever since we've had nuclear weapons and i think that this sort of criticism of trump's tweet is is kind of muddy i think there's a couple things going on here one i think that the deterrence is completely defensible strategically and i think that that's something that's been happening for for fifty years i think that what people are right to criticise is the possibility of a nuclear accident right so in a lot of game theory models there's a lot of talk there's a lot of posturing but nobody ever actually pushes the button the only time that disaster happens as if there's an accident so i think the idea is that may be being being so upfront and so immediate in enacting this the turns theory may be some radar man in pyongyang now is is very on edge and misinterpret the blip on the radar and you know sound the alarm too early in the me ask you a deep question men please do how can there be effective deterrence unless there's some actual brisk that no i think i think that's absolutely right and i think the difficulty is finding kind of where those two things meet right so in in a nuclear conflict in a sort of classical model of a nuclear standoff fight back to thomas showing nobel prizewinning economists who kinda got all this started actually worked for the truman administration it's kind of a analogous to a game of chicken right were driving at each other at very high speed and the sort of way that i win the.

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"truman administration" Discussed on The Global Politico

The Global Politico

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"truman administration" Discussed on The Global Politico

"A it's been the tunnel kapil the jewish people for about three thousand years so there's this connection to it it's where our seat of government is it's where our prime minister sits in the president of the country and our parliament in our supreme court and everything else it submit of an aberration i'd say it's a terrible aberration were the only country in the world whose capital is not recognised and and we hope that will change and i hope that will happen in the days ahead we'll have to wait and see now uh tell us what this significant is of that discussion about moving the embassy in the context of the very interesting said a conversation that you have been a participant in with the trump administration around how to restart the peace process he i think a lot of people focus are they take the embassy issue or i would say the recognizing jerusalem as the cap only connected with the peace process but as you know the peace process with the palestinians began in 1993 at juices been our capital since nineteen forty eight forty nine fifty when we actually moved everything over there so what happened in those fortyfive years why was the capital phnom moved at that point and if you look at the history of it you see that the us decision a nineteen forty seven the call for two states for two peoples actually major some an international city and towards the end of the truman administration beginning of the eisenhower administration there was discussions about possibly recognizing jerusalem as israel's capital and i think the truman administration should have done it at the time of course at that point we were only in half of jerusalem because between 1941 nineteen sixty seven the other half of jerusalem was under jordanian occupation.

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"truman administration" Discussed on The Global Politico

The Global Politico

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"truman administration" Discussed on The Global Politico

"At juice has been our capital since nineteen forty eight forty nine fifty when we actually moved everything over there so what happened in those fortyfive years why was the capital phnom moved at that point and if you look at the history of it you see that the us decision and nineteen forty seven the call for two states for two peoples actually major some an international city and towards the end of the truman administration beginning of the eisenhower administration there was discussions about possibly recognizing jerusalem as israel's capital and i think the truman administration should have done it at the time of course at that point we were only in half of jerusalem because between ninety forty two 1960 seven the other half of jerusalem was under jordanian occupation but the true an administration didn't do it the eisenhower administration didn't into it largely because at that point they thought that appeasing the nasser regime uh in egypt was a smart policy within turn out to be such a smart policy over time but there was always a new reason why you wouldn't the embassy that has nothing to do with the peace process now since the peace process began this argument has been made don't do because undermined the peace process fact the bill to move jerusalem interestingly enough to move the embassy to jerusalem was in 1995 and if i remember correctly i didn't check my notes before i came in here but if i remember correctly with it's like rubbing was the prime minister at the time and was very supportive of the effort to move so he was a person who is championing peace with the palestinians and he had dough issue and he wanted i think he may have been in washington at the time when they had finally finalise this legislation he wanted to see had moved i don't think it's going to undermine the peace process it all on the contrary i think it will actually lay cornerstone for peace.

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"truman administration" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"truman administration" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"In mind to serve my country he was interrupted a thirty five times for applause in a thirty minute address and much of the address has to do with the importance of asia because part of his disagreement with the truman administration had been macarthur wanted to go wall in for victory in asia the truman administration worried with good reason the to do so would have exposed europe's to joseph stalin who is still very much alive and could have attacked europe but macarthur continued in his speech each and continued in what even his greatest critics would must acknowledge was a magnificent use of the language i had posted a poll while the new political decision essential tuition asian efforts have been made to distort my position it has been said in effect i was a warmonger nothing could be further from the truth i know war as few other men living nothing to me is more revolt i have long advocated complete abolition as it's very destructiveness on both brennan bowl has rendered useless as a means of settling international disputes and that drew resounding applause however macarthur's argument was that when war is forced upon us a different approach is necessary but won't war if washed upon us there is no other alternative andrew apply every available means bring it to a swift end wars very object is victory not prolonged indecision.

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"truman administration" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"truman administration" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"He was interrupted a thirty five times for applause in a thirty minute address and much of the address has to do with the importance of asia because part of his disagreement with the truman administration he had been macarthur wanted to go wall in for victory in asia the truman administration worried with good reason the to do so would have exposed europe to joseph stalin who is still very much alive and could have attacked europe but macarthur continued in his speech and continued in what even his greatest critics would must acknowledge was a magnificent use of language i have punched a hole while a new political decision essential tuition asian efforts had been made to distort my position it has been said in effect that i was a warmonger not a big earlier from look i know war as few aldermen naylor they know it to me is more revolt i have long advocated its complete abolition as its origins back to fitness on both when oh has rendered useless as a means of saturday internationally and that drew resounding applause however macarthur's argument was that when war is forced upon us a different approach is necessary but wound war if washed upon us there is no other alternative andrew apply area valuable mean to bring it to a swift end war abdic dish victory not prolonged indecision.

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"truman administration" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"truman administration" Discussed on WGTK

"Language in behalf of high drama i address you with neither record fading wideeyed of life with one but with one one purpose in mind the shirt might he was interrupted thirty five times for applause in a thirty minute address and much of the address has to do with the importance of asia because part of his disagreement with the truman administration in had been macarthur wanted to go wall in for victory in asia the truman administration worried with good reason the to do so would have exposed europe to joseph stalin who is still very much alive and could have attacked europe but macarthur continued in his speech and continued in what even his greatest critics would must acknowledge was a magnificent use of language i have posted a poll while the new political decision essential tuition asian efforts had been made to distort my position it has been said in effect i was a warmonger nothing could be further from look i know war as few other men no and nothing to me is more revolt i have long advocated its complete abolition as it's very destructiveness on both brendan oh has rendered useless as a means of settling international and that drew resounding applause however macarthur's argument was that when war is forced upon us a different approach is necessary but won't wore it washed upon us there is no other alternative andrew apply area valuable may bring it to a swift end wars objectors victory not prolonged indecision.

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"truman administration" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"truman administration" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"And actually there saving on labourcost right they're not paying the striking workers and so and so what happened was um uh there were there were there was kind of a standoff over this issue uh and it would not have i don't think that it would have resolved in favor of labour winning collectively bargained pension plans had not been for the truman administration to intervene in these conflicts and when when when the trimming interest in administration intervened wasn't because they um you know they they loved private pensions or they were somehow sort of you know just in the pocket of unions or something like that it was because policymakers were were really concerned about sort of getting the american economy working again and capturing those uh those uh economic opportunities in in in the end um european and asian markets and so truman administration intervene some in some cases directly seizing uh uh a production there was there was a number of cases where truman actually comes in and uses uses the law to kind of force uh workers back to work to sort of seeds production threatened to to run um um uh i'll turn of workers if they don't um and uh and the national labor relations board the nlrb which was trimming appointed at the time made a number of really key rulings um uh relating to labour law a route around the legality of of of bargaining over pensions which essentially encouraged employers to to uh to bargain over these things um so basically i mean it basically they weighed in in favor of of of the union's uh and they strengthen the union's um uh bargaining in that situation um which was i in in some ways ironically a ploy to get the the management to basically say hey we wanna just support public expansion of pensions.

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"truman administration" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"truman administration" Discussed on KKAT

"But danish stocks signed way nine new record not syrup has truman administration hand finds that the talking about the first one hundred days is going to be a second one hundred eighty here in freak out rather bridges over that and then there's the third one hundred days and poor tenants officials say the danish show each sixty look down in my hearings who was a wild iron performing cpr in this guy than actually finally met him as probably or the cools parts life being able to talk to a guy after i came cpr reid was just seventeen when he heard a cry for help thanks to his red cross training he didn't freeze he didn't panic he knew exactly what to do red cross training saves lives sign up for a class today red cross dot org this is key junilistan but danish oh this is this is left with me here hotel it makes me feel talking about going on the news gina use on it is their bones three note see limited government take care of yourself everybody else's life the governments of your life enjoy the fruits of your labour squirrel up you gotta deal with it for you to keep the big news of the de seriously but not much else here's your participation trophy the danish oh what we know now if you had a private citizen from the private sector not schooled up in politics walk into a russian i think i hope they would assume that that she would be on the inside i would assume speaking with anyone from that part of the world and i always have if they're on the inside and so we'll have to see where the intel committees investigation goes but i think it pales in comparison to the professional political machine of hillary clinton repeatedly meeting with ukraine people trying to dig up dirt on donald trump so this is representative runing now we wants to talk about that nobody wants to because it isn't it's not what about is and that's just showing you where was the left media on that that showing you the hypocrisy in bias second hour of the program at d lash on twitter officials lashawn facebook and this this one of the things that ah and i tweeted out by the way and i came i think keane's tweeted now one of the articles that actually was citing definition of.

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"truman administration" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

Optimal Finance Daily

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"truman administration" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

"What's an invisible script for meat well invisible scripts or those guiding believes that are so deeply embedded in our daytoday lives that we don't even realize they're they're we've all heard them before you need to make sure you get a college degree after you graduate need to get married after you get married you need to have kids and the compulsion many have for real estate investing is one of those scripts despite the fact that it's one of the biggest life altering decisions you can make in fact i received emails every day from people saying i have a horrible financial problem please help and thirty percent of the time it's directly related to their mortgages in chapter nine of my ebook i'm hypercritical of people buying real estate because they think it's a good investment or because they think they're throwing money away on rent those myths and many others are just that myths and they've been so detrimental to many people's financial situations that i feel like i need to dispel some of them today here are the four myths of real estate you need to know before you even think about buying a house real estate myth number one purchasing real estate is a great investment one thing i was here from people who are about to buy a house is buying real estate is an investment one day this house is going to be worth way more than it is now look i get it we're always hearing stories from old farts who bought their homes way back in the truman administration for just thirty thousand dollars and now it's worth four hundred fifty thousand or whatever when the truth is the people who say things like this don account for the invisible factors like inflation in fact yell economist and nobel laureate robert schiller reported that from eighteen two nineteen ninety the return on residential realestate was just about zero after inflation realtors in homeowners are going to flood my inbox with hate mail for saying this but the fact is real estate is the most overrated investment in america and returns on that investment are mediocre at best.

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"truman administration" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"truman administration" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"He was interrupted a thirty five times for applause in a thirty minute address and much of the address has to do with the importance of asia because part of his disagreement with the truman administration had been in macarthur wanted to go wall in for victory in asia the truman administration worried with good reason the to do so would have exposed europe to joseph stalin who is still very much alive and could have attacked europe but macarthur continued in his speech and continued in what even his greatest critics would must acknowledge was a magnificent use of the language i have posted a poll while the new political decision essential to asia asian efforts had been made to distort my position it has been said in effect that i was a warmonger nothing could be further from the truth i know war as a man living nothing to me is more revolt i have long advocated its complete abolition as it's already destructiveness on both brendan bowl has rendered useless as a means of settling international disputes and that drew resounding applause however macarthur's argument was that when war is forced upon us a different approach is necessary but one war if forced upon us there is no other alternative andrew apply area valuable may bring it to a swift end wars warrior abdic dish victory not prolong vintage indecision.

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"truman administration" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"truman administration" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"That you're not alone but the united states had left them pretty much alone one time we have forty five thousand troops in korea they were all withdrawn budgets were savagely cut i mean dramatically cut the republicans in particular in the congress of the united states they took control of congress in the earlier part of the truman administration than they lost it again and nineteen forty eight but they were pushing for lower and lower defense budgets and as a result the forty five thousand troops we had in south korea were cut down to five hundred we also did nothing to equip the south korean army with the kinds of planes and tanks and big guns that the north koreans had and what happened was on the night of the twentyfifth of june of nineteen fifty there was a massive attack actually three major prongs all along the thirty eight th parallel from north korea to south korea they claimed that it was based upon some kind of south korean skirmish where the south koreans had gone over the perimeter line nobody really believes that but all of a sudden president truman who was home visiting his family in independence missouri it at a nice dinner there was a saturday night he was relaxing after dinner and he got a fateful phone call what are the phone call saying what a truman say order point we'll get to that and more this special broadcast to purchase this fishery go to restore dot com.

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