36 Burst results for "Woodrow"

Fresh "Woodrow" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:17 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh "Woodrow" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Dot com visit WTO dot com search contests for more information Time to get a check of traffic here's Ian Crawford I'm kicking the knots on the capitol beltway and we're gonna start in Maryland trying to get into Virginia via the Woodrow Wilson bridge Interlude for the beltway the crash was in the through lanes right before the bridge anything that may be lingering for me on the left shoulder and maybe they're just to be seen if it's even there at all Everything else has been cleared those lanes have been reopened and the delays have ease trying to get toward Alexandria Everything else on the beltway should be fairly quiet Waiting for it to all clarify all clear on our crash activity outer loop before old Georgetown road had once spin out over on the left side unclear whether that has been removed It was last seen blocking a right leg but we haven't had it up on this one here at about half an hour's time now The rest of the Maryland ride is actually in very good shape on the Virginia side keep up the good work No reported delays on three 95 or I 95 as far south as Fredericksburg or on 66 as far as the tape market Of course we had no work zones overnight because we have a weekend a holiday weekend underway Bellway travel between McLean and Alexandria continues to move along very quietly in the district the freeway and the two 95s run without delay Is your Internet provider holding you back Switch to one who keeps you moving forward switch to Cox business today at Cox business dot com I begin Crawford WTO traffic Now over to storm team four meteorologist clay Anderson and the $1 million question is it going to be beautiful today and this weekend And this is going to get better and better from Saturday Sunday.

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The Amendments Woodrow Wilson Supported for the Sedition Act

Mark Levin

01:48 min | Last month

The Amendments Woodrow Wilson Supported for the Sedition Act

"And I touched on this yesterday and I want to tell you about Woodrow Wilson a little bit more detail In addition to being a racist and a segregationist and a Democrat And a so called progressive And this is straight out of unfreedom of the press but nonetheless the facts are important During the course of World War I which will Wilson who had been a leaning progressive intellectual for decades supported a series of congressional amendments that Congress added to the so called espionage act Which collectively became known as the sedition act of May 16th 1918 Sedition act It was one of the acts passed under John Adams you'll recall And this act stated in part whoever when the United States is at war shall willfully utter print write or publish any disloyal profane scurrilous or abusive language about the form of government of the United States for the constitution of the United States Where the military or naval forces of the United States are the flag of the United States or the uniform of the army or the navy of the United States into contempt scorn Or disrepute shall be punished by a fine of not more than $10,000 back then It's big today was massive back then Or the imprisonment for not more than 20 years or both Provided that any employee or official of the United States government who commits any disloyal on patriotic or disloyal language or who and it abusive and violent matter criticizes the army or navy or the flag of the United States shall be at once dismissed from service

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Woodrow Wilson Curtailed One of the Pillars of Our Democracy

Mark Levin

01:45 min | Last month

Woodrow Wilson Curtailed One of the Pillars of Our Democracy

"Christopher B Daley professor at Boston University has written that during the lead up to America's interests the World War I the Wilson administration took immediate steps at home to tell one of the pillars of democracy press freedom by implementing a plan to control manipulate and central all news coverage on a scale never seen in American history Following the lead of the Germans and British well began to censorship to strategic elements of all out war Even before the U.S. entered the war Wilson had expressed the expectation of his fellow Americans which show what he considered loyalty Wilson started one of the earliest uses of government propaganda He waged a campaign of intimidation and outright suppression Against those ethnic and socialist papers they continued to oppose the war Together these wartime measures added up to an unprecedented assault on press freedom Wilson also created an elaborate domestic spy network to watch German immigrants and American radicals Federal agents arrested hundreds for making anti war speeches And sometimes for informal and private remarks Eugene debs four time presidential candidate for the Socialist Party Was arrested in June 1918 for suggesting during a speech The young American men were fit for something better than slavery in cannon fodder Sentenced to ten years in prison he defiantly ran for president in 1920 from his jail cell in Atlanta He received almost a million votes And during the war more than 2000 men and women were arrested for disloyal speech and over 1200 were jailed

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Times Our Government Wanted to Monitor & Control Speech

Mark Levin

01:37 min | Last month

Times Our Government Wanted to Monitor & Control Speech

"And now we have these efforts with the government To monitor speech of a government's monitoring speech it wants to control speech This has happened from time to time in our history The difference is believe that these were terrible terrible even grave errors on the part of presidents and congresses Whether it was done by John Adams our second president to try and silence Thomas Jefferson in the new Republican Party The Civil War period where some 200 newspapers were shut down A hundred years ago when Woodrow Wilson the more modern period actually in prison people who disagree with this position on the war when FDR unleash the IRS against his political opponents who would speak out against him and that would include numerous newspaper publishers and I could go on and on These are very very bad times in American history but now presumably we've learned from this And if you noticed how little the corrupt American media AKA the American pravda how little they've objected to this It's conservatives Constitutionalists who are objecting

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KBJ: Do We Need a Very Bad Democrat on the Supreme Court?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:46 min | Last month

KBJ: Do We Need a Very Bad Democrat on the Supreme Court?

"Our next question is about judge catan G Brown Jackson. This is Peter from Connecticut. My concern is that as bad as things are now in four to 8 years, people will forget what it was like to be under complete democratic control. Would it be helpful to have Brown Jackson as a reminder to people of the bad old days of ultra liberal left wing politics, which could come back at any moment if elections go awry. I mean, this is a, this is a question only a conservative would ask because the question in effect is, do we need a really bad Democrat on the court? Just as a kind of sober reminder of how awful these people are. Now, if you flip the question, you'd never hear a Democrat say, hey, listen, let's have a real right winger on the court because this way it'll remind us of how horrible those right wingers are. The Democrats view is let's say I'm only Democrats on the court. They want complete victory. They don't even believe in the symbolic deployment of the other side. If only as a reminder of how bad that side is. Look, I don't think we need to stick our hands in the fire every now and then to remember that fire burns. I don't think that we need a Manson Family member to go do a gruesome murder every few years to remind us of how bad those people are. One of the points I tried to make in my film Hillary's America is that the rot in the Democratic Party is not episodic. It goes back to the beginning of the party. It started with Andrew Jackson. I mean, Andrew Jackson was a guy who invented, you may say, for the Democrats, the art of buying votes. We think today that's a phenomenon of the modern welfare state. It's a phenomenon that started with Woodrow Wilson. Yes, it did, in a sense. But if we go back to Andrew Jackson, what that guy was doing was he was pushing the Indians off their land using military force, and then what he would do is ascend essentially make that land available to poor white settlers who were like only to excited to be getting land for little or no value, but they all understood. Hey, who's giving us this line? Who's making it possible for us to occupy this land? Well, it's Andrew Jackson, so we should be grateful to him politically. Let's keep the guy in power, so Andrew Jackson was very well aware. That he was trading, you might say, land opportunities or land access for votes. And this is the Democratic Party got

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They Are Collapsing the Dollar

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 2 months ago

They Are Collapsing the Dollar

"So part of the global world order that we live under, post World War II. Is the idea that America will protect the sea lanes, America will keep peace in the continents. And in exchange, the world will use the dollar as the world reserve currency. So this idea of globalism has been kind of half tried, if you will. Many times the League of Nations by Woodrow Wilson, it was tried and failed miserably. The United Nations was a feeble attempt. Now, when we talk about the global order that was established in post World War II, let's say post World War II geopolitics, the world was a very, let's say damaged place. The world in more ways than one had difficulty being able to rebuild itself and to bring itself out of the, not just the troubles, but the widespread carnage that occurred because of the axis versus the allies conflict. So as a solution, Dwight D. Eisenhower and many others came up with a plan. That because the United States dollar was so strong because all of the fighting except for a Pearl Harbor happened outside of America in America suffered great losses in World War II, but far less losses than the 20 million civilians and army troops that died in Russia, far less than the 7 million people that were killed in the Holocaust and far less than the 5 million people that were killed that were German citizens or army members, far less than the 1.8 million that were killed in Great Britain or far less than the 1.5 million that were killed in Japan and the industrial base of Japan was depleted and Germany was in tatters, so the entire industrialized world kind of looked to one country as a way to keep the world order afloat.

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"woodrow" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:12 min | 2 months ago

"woodrow" Discussed on WTOP

"O 8 Michael and son spring AC tuna for only $49 Traffic and weather on the 8s Rita Kessler is in the traffic center Well while it's been a little more difficult today to track the convoy it seems they've split up in a few different groups One of the groups went across the Woodrow Wilson bridge on to northbound I two 95 that's where the police were blocking the exits today forcing them on to northbound D.C. two 95 all of those exits along D.C. two 95 were blocked as well including the exit to kenilworth and 50 to New York avenues and they had to get on to the northbound Baltimore Washington Parkway They look like they are heading toward the outer loop of the beltway then there was the group that went on three 95 headed across the freeway seems they avoided they were trying to avoid the delay that's already on the eastbound freeway headed across the outbound 11th street bridge Instead taking away through the district getting back on to Pennsylvania avenue getting on to north bend D.C. two 95 so they were also heading up the BW Parkway and the last group was heading across the outer loop Woodrow Wilson bridge yet again headed on to northbound I two 95 through the delays to continue under the Baltimore Washington Parkway One can only assume they're going to head on to the outer loop of the beltway and then head up northbound two 70 to get back from where they came Now if you're in Virginia on 95 northbound the delays from route one in Pennsylvania had a pass route three and Fredericksburg due to a work zone Then the delays from Quantico into triangle and dumfries that looks to be a mobile work crew then from lorton into newington before the fairfax county Parkway reportedly the crash activity was moved over to the left shoulder but keep an eye out in case that left lane is still blocked there We also have a delay on the interleave but the beltway out of Springfield headed toward Braddock road That is usually due to a work zone We do have work on the outer loop in Maryland headed toward Carter rock and Luigi bridge That work was along the right side American military university is proud to educate our nation's military veterans Move with the purpose to the university that's got your 6 go to AMU online dot com I'm Rita Kessler WTO traffic Now the forecast from storm team four is Samara Theodore Mostly sunny today with highs in the mid to upper 60s some spots near 70 Tonight mostly clear with temperatures falling into the 40s overnight Tomorrow plenty of sunshine.

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"woodrow" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:53 min | 3 months ago

"woodrow" Discussed on WTOP

"Of all it's welcome to a new month Tuesday morning at one O 8 on WCW If you can't we can Michael and son I figured whether all the apes and what it breaks good morning to rich on her in the WTO traffic Good morning dean right now traveling on the Bel Air at a loop headed toward the Woodrow Wilson bridge at traffic stopped again because of the gate maintenance on the Woodrow Wilson bridge the Guinea stoppages last anywhere from 5 to 20 minutes So just be aware that you are in stop traffic for that In a loop traffic gets by without delay Now elsewhere if you're traveling 95 northbound as you approach and pass through 32 in Columbia if stop traffic a couple of times up there as well they're installing some new overhead signs so be aware 66 westbound as you approach and pass over the ball a single ride lane gets you by then between the fairfax county Parkland route 28 cent interval down to a single right lane there as well Rent to go to Braddock and Wally road that wraps blocked as part of that work but the ramp to go north on 28 as well as ceramic goes south on 28 remain open Further west between the rest area and two 34 subtly road single right lane gets you by and then approaching 29 gains you get by the works in single file to write they did have traffic stopped the network but again folks were released so you're moving again and it'll take a few minutes for those delays to clear out but 66 westbound approaching 29 games while moving again on the eastbound side approaching Gainesville Again all traffic diverted into the service roadway which he ride to get around the work zone is over by 29 games also keep that in mind beyond that next work sounds not until you're at the ball way where you get by single file to the left Remember the ramp to the inner loop X at 64 B blocked by the work so you have to follow the posted detour as a result Red hunter WTO traffic Storm team four track in the first day of meteorological spring that of course you're Tuesday on March 1st with a high temperature of 57° So yeah coming.

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Civilizations That Most Effectively Channel Energy Win

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 4 months ago

Civilizations That Most Effectively Channel Energy Win

"So money is monetary energy. Now just a good rule for life, civilizations that most effectively channel energy win. That's an interesting thing to think about. I want you to ponder that. That's a podcast or a radio show for a different time. For example, when the United Kingdom fought the dervishes, they had machine guns, the United Kingdom did. The dervishes had camels and horses. Whoever better used energy won that battle. Whoever was better able to use technology won that battle. Now, after World War I, almost instantaneously, when World War I broke out, almost every country in Europe went off the gold standard and went to some Fiat currency. Almost instantaneously, almost immediately. This was to help finance the war. In order to fund the war machine, they needed to get to some sort of floating or Fiat currency. They began the process of debasing their currency. Now, in 1917, America passed the income tax and also we passed something called the Federal Reserve act. This was passed by then progressive former college president head of Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson, which was the beginning stage that set the framework of the central banking system. Throughout the 20s and 30s, it became more clear that in order to finance especially the 30s to finance FDR's massive government programs, we had to further debase and devalue our currency. And finally, Richard Nixon, he kind of slammed the door on a multi decade project of ending the gold standard and transitioning to a Fiat currency by basically going outside of anything that is backed by metallic or objective or finite value and went into an infinite value monetary

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In Order to Break Apart the Promise of Our Founders, It Takes an Event

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | 5 months ago

In Order to Break Apart the Promise of Our Founders, It Takes an Event

"Let's take one very simple example. Franklin Delano Roosevelt's new deal, which restructured the federal government, which empowered independent regulatory agencies that strengthened unelected bureaucrats that was almost the permanent implementation of what is known as the fourth branch of government. Started with Woodrow Wilson, started a little bit before that with Teddy Roosevelt, but it was really Franklin Delano Roosevelt that had the mandate to expand the federal government. What was it that gave him

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"woodrow" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:12 min | 5 months ago

"woodrow" Discussed on WTOP

"To Nawaz dot com for a free gift with purchase Let's go to Carlos Ramirez in the WTO P traffic center And we're gonna head over towards the beltway because the outer loop is dealing with an issue looks like there isn't an accident scene or activity of some sort in the local lanes here across the Woodrow Wilson bridge Camera itself is having a hard time zooming in but looks like it should be along the right side of the local lanes here across the Woodrow Wilson bridge expect to see a slight volume delay on that approach just be ready for it as you see those lights come up In Virginia is still hearing about what seems to be a medical emergency of some sort causing traffic delays in either direction here along south king's highway is going to be between Harrison lane and telegraph road expect to see those slowdowns looks like the majority of that activity is going to be on the southbound side just be aware westbound route 7 as yet up towards baron baron Cameron avenue It looks like traffic is looking a little bit better Again cameras out for some reason But they were previously diverting traffic looks like based off those delays that may have cleared up Headed along the interloop of the beltway still hearing reports of an accident see near branch avenue without the delays are starting to clear up southbound branch avenue of the earlier incident has cleared just before getting that getting down towards camp springs Unfortunately Allentown road still shut down on the southbound side all three lanes blocked do follow police direction there is a detour in place across a long route 50 from the bell way out towards Annapolis no slowdowns but do be aware that the bay bridge is running two way traffic across the westbound span eastbound Spanish shut down so you only have one lane available to you in either direction as of now the delays are starting to build on the eastbound side but that's more because of the changeover than anything Between the beltways I 95 BW Parkway are both looking good along Baltimore avenue southbound at college avenue at your usual work zone there at long the left side of the roadway The good feet store America's arch support experts come in for a free personal fitting and test walk and see how good feet art supports can help you live the life you love is it good feed dot com today for a store near you Carlos Ramirez WTO traffic Storm team force mount Ritter Just a few clouds this evening and overnight tonight it'll be a chilly one Those arranged in the low to mid 30s in the countryside upper 30s in the year 40 inside the boat way in the bigger cities for tomorrow Wednesday partly sunny milder.

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The Similarities Between Terry McAuliffe and Horace Mann

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:20 min | 7 months ago

The Similarities Between Terry McAuliffe and Horace Mann

"I don't know about you, but I like talking to John's mirror. And I was talking to him was a yesterday about John Dewey, Horace Mann, about education about what mcauliffe said before he went down in flames and John, I thought, let's keep talking about that because we had ten minutes here. And I said, this is actually so important. And that's why when he said what he said that parents shouldn't have the right to interfere in what the teachers teach I just thought that is one of the wildest statements I've ever heard. The idea that an adult running for office could say such a thing or even things such a thing, again, call me naive, but I was absolutely astonished. Well, it was a great moment of candor. Terry mcauliffe said in a debate, parents should not be telling teachers what to teach in schools. We have experts for that. That was very candid. And as I said last time, Horace Mann, the founder of mass compulsory public education in America, Horace Mann, school for teachers is associated with Columbia University. I remember seeing it when it would get off to Trevor bridge. He was a Unitarian. He kept that kind of quiet. He was a social gospel reformer, and he thought it was the job of public schools to save children from their parents. You had all these fundamentalist Christians who believed in the Bible. You had all these Catholic immigrants getting off the boat like my ancestors. And they had all these reactionary views. They were not on board with modern science with progressive ideas with eugenics with all the things that the progressive movement had in mind. A massive federal government managing the country from the top down as experts basically peeling away the old constitution. Woodrow Wilson, before he ran for president, wrote a book about how the constitution was this archaic obsolete rickety 18th century mechanism we needed clear it out of the way so that we could run the government according to the dictates of modern science. And by modern science, they meant Charles

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Charlie Kirk and Professor Ben Burgis Debate Medicare For All

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 7 months ago

Charlie Kirk and Professor Ben Burgis Debate Medicare For All

"So you want Medicare for All. Yeah. Yet HHS is the largest civilian branch of our government. So as we have expanded Medicare as we've expanded Medicaid, it hasn't been means tested as you want. We have hundreds of thousands of desk workers that are doing the means testing. Are you qualified Medicare reimbursements? And so under your example idealistic the point is that Medicaid is a test can not have a generous social program without a massive bureaucratic and dare I say corrupt administrative state. Well, I think Woodrow Wilson would even say that. Well, you need the industry. You think I like Woodrow Wilson? The guy who probably got college professors. Well, okay. And a college president. So he's kind of in your truck world. Okay, trust me, neither of those things weren't any points for me. But I think that. That's fair. But I did Woodrow Wilson as the guy who resegregated the federal law at the federal bureaucracy after trust me. Integrated speech. Dabs in jail, nobody on the left is going to say Woodrow Wilson is a hero. Liberals. Nobody on the left. But I was just going to say I know plenty of people that would, but that's fine. I don't think you're going to find a lot of LBJ. All these people believed in a strong administration. Well, maybe you're rattled off a bunch of liberals, but that's okay. We don't need to argue about historical figures. Let's just say this. If you're talking about administrative state, bureaucracy. Well, your example is Medicaid, which is a means tested program. And even at that, even despite the means testing, which is the part that gives the bureaucrats their power, which is also the part of objected to, even despite that, we're talking about bureaucracies as I think you mentioned earlier, bureaucracy, the government has no monopoly of bureaucracy as plenty of bureaucracies in the private sector. And if you want to know which programs have the smallest overhead, right? Even Medicaid, even despite the needs tested, Medicaid, Medicare, all of those have much smaller administrative overhead that any of the private insurance companies because the private insurance companies one, they have to plan out their strategy for competing with each other. And two, the private insurance companies have a vast bureaucracy that is dedicated to finding ways to deny people's claims because they've always got one eye on the bottom line for

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"woodrow" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

05:00 min | 10 months ago

"woodrow" Discussed on Bro History

"I take decide. Woodrow wilson being worse than fdr agreed. I'm an fdr that a lot of especially now after learning huge infringements on civil liberties still. But i think that nothing compares to to wilson and You know that ten year period and all these kind of curses at that administration brought upon the world a plague on all of our houses the plague on the world and we're not even scratching the surface. I mean i'm just hoping to introduce my hatred for drove my hate. I'm just trying to share my hatred of woodrow wilson. So you all look it up to and you're like oh man. He really wasn't awful human. Being who looked like herman munster. Here's the picture of him. He was also the ugliest president it. he's not to be very superficial but he just haunting looking man. He looks like the crypt keeper. I'm going to look up ugliest. Us president and see if he pops up a. Let's see who the hell's this. Why don't i recognize these presents. 'cause you ignite really old pictures. I mean they're like the old ones you know like the black and white cross eyed looking dude. The hottest president is ruth deferred hayes rather verdes. I'm joking i don't even know what he looks like. All right got it. Looks like ulysses grant a little bit to be honest. All right we're just rambling on talking about nonsense right now Should be and this episode before we just assure. Tell us tell us live on the rail time on your on your reviews who you think was the hottest president and who you think was the nod est president. That'd be cool. Who was the ugliest president in who was the most attractive president. I think woodrow wilson was the ugliest. I think the most attractive. Us president was Probably jfk. i mean he was the youngest so kind of an. It's either it's either jfk. And i mean i. I'm no fan of clint bill. Clinton or bill. Clinton i think it's probably jfk To go with jfk. That not say bill. Clinton is the hottest anything this bad look. Real bad really. Don't want to be caught at all. The things on the hottest ward saying that would probably be the last thing. I'd want to be held against me.

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"woodrow" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

03:25 min | 10 months ago

"woodrow" Discussed on Bro History

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"woodrow" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

05:59 min | 10 months ago

"woodrow" Discussed on Bro History

"So you know when we go back to the episode that we did on the pentagon papers you ellsberg you know. He gave the the information that he had that he photocopied by hand to the washington. Post and the new york times and they both printed it and when we were talking the last episode about You know the afghan diaries or the iraq war diary in those Though those leaks were provided to the new york times As well as dr spiegel and a few other publications as well In advance to vet them and then ultimately publish them. So if you can go after wikileaks for leaking things then you can go after pretty much. Anyone who does this and the danger here is that we would never be able to know all of these dirty little secrets. That the government's trying to lock up against us in all the ways that they lie us into senseless wars that ultimately claim people's lives primarily ours but ours but so the millions of foreign lives that we take in pursuit of wars that are unjustified and largely legitimate. That's the precedent that it sets so thanks trump for not going after wiki leaks yet but but also You know fuck you for not giving. Julian assange pardon. Which i think that was. That's right appropriate. I'm don't get your faith in any. Us president to do the right thing. When it comes to this you can just hope. They don't take a mile and only take a couple of inches at this point Rape but back to wilson another big part of this This assault or this This weird kind of tyrannical north korea. Type state this ten year period in america where we were. North korea was the propaganda campaigns. That were coming out. And so the wilson administration. They established a department called the committee on public information. Which was i mean. It is what it sounds like. It was just a giant propaganda department. And if you ever look at these old world war one propaganda pamphlets. They're really they're really something they're very interesting. I've always been interested in these because my grandparents used to have them. They have they used to have a bunch of these old bradley one yet. I mean i mean both neither. My grandparents were obviously alive during world. War one. I mean that would be actually my grandfather and my dad's side was born in nineteen ten. He and my dad very late four years old so he would have been four years old so he wasn't really collecting the post war memorabilia base. Yeah thank you. I actually i have I try to collect things that are that are propaganda..

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"woodrow" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

04:59 min | 10 months ago

"woodrow" Discussed on Bro History

"Disloyal profane scurrilous. My reading that word right sq earlier release stirred. Earliest should a liquor. Illness admonition use earliest in a definition. Scurrilous and early are i r. I. isn't go finishing. Please sc earliest. Assuming that scurrilous means like Rebellious or troublesome Or abusive language about the form of government or constitution or flag of the united states or the uniform of the army or navy but not the space force. The space worst uniform is basically just biting off the air force uniform can make fun of those sure But i mean beyond the obvious attack on free speech. The very vagueness of the statuette Definitely lent itself to be abused and it didn't really take a violent or hyperbolic speech even be arrested so someone was arrested for just writing this. This was a morgan. War meaning j. P. morgan more and not a war of the people that that was enough to get someone arrested for three years desribed yet we we would have been arrested three years ago at this point and that was the case was us and like everyone. We've ever collaborated with or had on the show would be jail or anyone that we've ever drawn as like resources or things like if you looked at my kindle i would just be immediately thrown in jail. It's i mean there would be no moon of alabama. We know there was no such thing as mood of alabama..

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"woodrow" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

03:28 min | 10 months ago

"woodrow" Discussed on Bro History

"It basically doomed the fledgling democratic weimer republic in germany which was a pre progressive. Stayton while maybe it could have been great but we'll never know But basically in this time you know if they hadn't destroyed the german economy you could probably make the argument that that hitler wouldn't have been able to seize power because you know hitler's entire propaganda program was based on the idea of getting back at the folks that you know. Put together site treaty. And you know nationalist chip restoring dignity to germany and stuff like that because they were legitimately humiliated after the after world war one But the you can probably make an argument that world war two. You might not have happened in under the circumstances that broadmoor to happened. Maybe it's still happen in a different way. I think. I think it's almost conclusive that world war. Two wouldn't have happened if it wasn't for the treaty of her. Cy the treaty verse. I was the direct lead up to world war two like world. War two was the consequence of these war reparations on germany and annexing territory and german hyperinflation and d- digitalization of the German and german political leadership after world war one because they were seen us do militarization to they were unable to likely have a stain. Everything that that treaty of her side did lead directly. Led to to the rise of hitler Also you know not only that. The treaty oversight was the reason why he didn't get accepted into art school. I'm sure that's probably one of those consequences. The treaty of her. Cy also led to all of the future middle eastern conflicts. It is it was one of the you know. Probably the worst Treaty of the twentieth century. That led that is probably does that has done the most harm in the world But let's pull this back to america. And i guess the the major points we wanna we wanna hit today of thula. The consequence for americans You know civilians due to this war So something we spoke about earlier. We made some jokes about anton and prow- boys After the us declared war against germany in april of nineteen seventeen a bunch of hardcore vigilante organization started springing up. And i actually have a list of these names and You know. Tell me what they stay. Sound like so There is the knights of liberty american rights league boy spies of america. That sounds very weird. Keep of america that makes me feel slightly uncomfortable. American defense society sedition slammers national security league and the terrible.

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"woodrow" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

04:13 min | 10 months ago

"woodrow" Discussed on Bro History

"But You know that was a telegram. That was intercepted was an intercepted message from berlin to the german ambassador in washington and it was intercepted by the british the british who had a clear incentive to try to sell america into that war and know what the zimmermann telegram actually said. And what it you know what it it was basically More of a telegram saying hey if the. Us does enter the war against us if they joined the side of the allies. 'cause they basically were financially supporting the allies anyway. Then if you join the war on our side will when we negotiate a peace. We will Barter for those lost territories that you that were lost decades ago. That's what zimmermann telegram was. It wasn't like. Hey you go invade america as ray right but i mean it's applying for i. I can't imagine imagine if that played out for a moment it would be like all right so. Us joins the war on the allied side. And then and then this message actually did make its way to. You know the german ambassador in washington who somehow manages to get it down to was there a president in mexico at the time. I'm going to say yes. Yes mexico of mexican president. Okay just when. I made sure i didn't. I didn't know the the political makeup of mexico in nineteen fourteen. So yeah somehow makes it down to the president mexico and they agree. Ray i mean they're gonna mexicans gonna get on ships and go over to europe and fight. The americans their no. They're roughly gonna gonna start fighting. You know along the rio grande. He you know like they're gonna fight the war on the home front. 'cause there's no way that they're going to be able to first of all. There's no way to get over right. Not saying they don't have ships but the us would probably sink them. All on the way over there. I don't think really know again. I don't know much about the political makeup of mexico in nineteen fourteen but something tells me that they weren't an economic powerhouse able to project their forces across the globe Don't know you can correct me. If i'm wrong all right. Let's just put it this way. America wasn't the world power like it is today at that time but it definitely was a power in the world and more powerful mexico and that never would have been successful military campaign in. It's ridiculous to think that would be anywhere close to a real threat You know this war you could even really make this argument about the war. That piece was about to break out even before the. Us entered world war one because the war was a stalemate the soldiers on all sides were sick. They were freezing and they on the virgin unique and without the help of conscripted american soldiers. It's much more likely that the allies would have negotiated sooner and they probably would have demanded less vengeful terms. Yeah ended in a stalemate and and the terms that you know that they did settle on was very vengeful so You're talking about the tree of her cy here and you know. I think there's no other way to look at it but it it. It forced the germans to accept the entire. Blame for the entire war brute regardless of you know all the things that we talked about earlier and what was really important about. That wasn't necessarily. The blame was the reparation that the germans had to pay for it. So this caused you know. The german government at the time to turn on the money printing process and that led to terrible hyperinflation and totally wrecked the german economy..

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"woodrow" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

05:34 min | 10 months ago

"woodrow" Discussed on Bro History

"Because i do want to actually talk about that cam. But your here's a i have a quote from murray rothbart and some of you guys who listened to listen to the. Oh gals are Kinda weirdo libertarians. Like myself I kinda keep it a little private but sometimes it does come out. But i have a a quote that i felt was pretty strong from him. The period of the first world war was a watershed and the evolution of the corporate liberal welfare warfare state. It's all beginning. Not only of the government business alliance and industry and american militarism in globalism but also of the ideology and apparatus of the national security state in the years in crisis a their threats civil liberties would be systemized as as the latest depredations by the cia fbi and other federal agencies. Show these have far from disappear. Which i think is very fair Not only prediction but analysis of that administration and how it impacts the world. Today i think he wrote this in one thousand nine hundred eighty s now Going back to like world war one. No basically all wars are by deception in some way there's always a campaign to sell wars Despite the bush administration license. War in iraq Just like about how. Every president lied us into war in vietnam going back. The harry truman. But i guess most notably you know the most agreed just lies re probably told by President johnson and robert mcnamara. But you know. The modern memory of the us rushing into the war just before the british and the french were about the fold to quote unquote save. Democracy doesn't really reflect reality nor even does it reflect public opinion at the time or at least public opinion after the war in the nineteen twenties and nineteen thirty s. A lot of americans believe that entering this war had been a huge mistake. I just think about the damage that took place a hundred fifteen thousand soldiers. American soldiers died hundreds of thousands more were wounded and that was only two hundred days of combat nuts. These guys were getting just slaughtered because a lot of the soldiers going into the war for green. A lot of the american soldiers were going to. They're fighting these grizzled combat fats. Who had been fighting.

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"woodrow" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

05:54 min | 10 months ago

"woodrow" Discussed on Bro History

"Wilson they an right. What's that. Wilson woodrow wilson. He thousands of journalists in jail. He banned the playing a beethoven because he was german aka hon. I've a funny story actually about beethoven. Did you know that he was black. I mean wilson would probably stop band but it's an interesting story so in one thousand nine seven this british composer Samuel kulab college. Taylor came up with wild theory that Beethoven was black Said that this guy was like mixed race he was. He was a whiting head. A white english mother And his father was from sierra leone And the reason why he started saying that beethoven was black was because he couldn't help but notice from all of the drawings of beethoven that there was like a a lot of likenesses between his facial features and the images of beethoven that he was seeing. Now keep in mind all the images of beethoven. The king were like drawings and secondly talk about a weird way to say you must be black because your pitch drawings look like me in some way and anyway He ended up going to the The south in the us and He said if the greatest of all musicians were alive today he would find it impossible to obtain hotel accommodation in certain american cities as what he said about About the south. Because beethoven was black according to him and and beethoven was black. Became kind of a slogan for civil rights in the us which is interesting for this particular conversation that we're having about Civil liberties and even malcolm x. Jumped on this train. So he told an interview like in an interview till one of the interviews that beethoven's father had been quote one of the black amores that hired themselves out in europe as professional soldiers. Apparently there was a lot of spanish. Moore's that were sell swords at the time and this was the going theory that he was black to be clear he wasn't black. Beethoven wasn't black. He was definitely white But i choose to believe that he was black. Just because it's more interesting that way. All right what else..

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"woodrow" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

04:20 min | 10 months ago

"woodrow" Discussed on Bro History

"I think we can agree. They definitely goes up. It goes. it's not a slope it didn't in. There's not one gradual slope. Starting from seventeen seventy six continues that continued just to go down with every passing Or up there had enter. There have been times in our country that have been extremely oppressive. And then things get better but then things get worse but then better than worse so I think putting more history in a context. You'll you can see that. There's been some pretty awful infringements on civil liberties Even before today even before the modern national security state That was net. Came to be after after nine eleven. And i think that's type of kind of a white pill in a way Because you know since nine eleven we've been on this big downturn in terms of civil liberties But i think maybe it can go back up. Maybe that can be they can increase. I mean again i. I still think that you're spending with a pretty broad brush here. We the specifically say in which civil liberties have we. Are we going down on. Of course yet. you're right. I m painting with a very broad brush and now and i'm trying to paint with a very broad brush because obviously it's more complex there's different liberties and there's different things and there's different freedoms that are kind of given and taken away throughout society. But what. I want to focus on today to kind of put this into a greater. Context is woodrow wilson. The president woodrow wilson and the federal government and basically what society was like during the war period during world. War one and Just to kind of lead us up The federal the federal reserve world war one league of nations the espionage act the income tax. That is the legacy of woodrow wilson. I call him. The mad president like Like the mad king and gambia loans. The the mad. President woodrow wilson. And here's a guy that in his nineteen sixteen reelection campaign. He can't paint on keeping america out of the war but only a month. After his second inauguration he was already asking congress for a declaration of war on germany. None of like which is not new. A lot of presidents and a lot of a lot of presidents will campaign on more humble foreign policies and Just like george. Bush and barack obama. I mean if you look at george bush and if you hear some of the speeches before he became president but this we're talk bush. Junior he disavowed nation-building these nation building projects and he became. He knows the probably the greatest nation builder. I don't wanna say the greatest as in good or positive but he like Anything new certainly committed to The building of these nations more than probably any other president in our history probably And obama-era happy birthday to him. He was all about pulling out of the wars while have the surge and then you have it. Yeah no he. Basically barack obama basically just continue george bush's policies. Just offline on that fire But america's entry into world war wanted basically. It created a system of repression of dissent on on the civil liberties that i think is unprecedented and at least our history. I think the only thing you really couldn't compare it with was win. Abraham lincoln suspended habeas corpus during the civil war. So just put this in a little. Bit of more context It give you some examples. He put thousands of journalists in.

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"woodrow" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

05:18 min | 10 months ago

"woodrow" Discussed on Bro History

"Welcome to another episode bro. History at ten reason. Motor danny adele. Jabbar what's up brother. How're you chilling man as per usual. How about yourself. I'm i'm doing okay. I'm sorry for the technical difficulty. I don't know if you're going to put this into the show or not but we spent the last five minutes Danny has been spent a past five minutes giving me a crash course on stuff. I probably should have known for the past three years. Because i just figure out basic microphone settings every single knob. I press on this microphone. Just screws everything up. Just messes everything up instantly. There's like these different settings on this microphone every single button. I press like now able change my voice. I missed the good old days when i had a thirty dollar. Usb mike from button amazon in a blue snowball yeah. That's what we started with any no what we use that. microphone for. Maybe two years both of us. We had the same one. That's right thirty dollars and that thing lasted that thing was a champ. It did everything that you needed the microphone today. Do it wasn't like the best most sophisticated recording mike. However it definitely got the job done. It was our course of a mike and it was certainly was for context Henry's dealing with one button and one dial tripping him up so you know we got to ease them into these things. Yeah i technology is definitely not my thing. Well thanks for joining us. On barack obama's birthday today is birth. And it is barack obama's sixtieth birthday. They are Celebrating his birthday by Bulldozing an entire chicago neighborhood for his presidential library. And i think that they're probably let me ask you something. Do you think that they're doing like any type of Human sacrifice or they just doing like animal sacrifice their I think i think just animals this time around you know in nineteen. They don't want to risk like you know getting the virus or anything like that from you. Know from the blood splatter or anything like that so if there was ever a place where there is human sacrifice going on i would imagine it would be barack. Obama's birthday there will be some type of weird Apocalyptic style Blood sacrifice that have that would have to be made to the demon lords who control our fate.

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Officer Dead, Suspect Killed in Violence Outside Pentagon

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Officer Dead, Suspect Killed in Violence Outside Pentagon

"A Pentagon police officer is dead after an attack outside the massive military headquarters officials say the officer died after being stabbed on a bus platform steps from the Pentagon gunfire was exchanged and they were wrong there were several casualties Pentagon force protection agency chief Woodrow Qusay would not give further details but officials said the suspect was shot to death and there was no further threat the Pentagon was locked down for about ninety minutes defense chief Lloyd Austin says flags over the complex will fly at half staff in the fallen officer's honor Sager made Connie at the Pentagon

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Ronald J. Pestritto on the Origins of American Progressivism

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:03 min | 11 months ago

Ronald J. Pestritto on the Origins of American Progressivism

"I have on the line ronald history. To- professor of politics at hillsdale college. I'm glad to bring to your attention and important new book. America transformed the rise. Legacy of american progressivism. Do you want to understand. What the origins of america's left are this is a book to do. So professor post-rio welcome to the dennis prager show. Hi donna factor. Having long yes. Indeed people don't know and it's understandable. They think to the extent that they think they think that it started in the sixties that's incorrect. Is that right. Well that's right. The sixties are flexing of what team before earlier weights of the bruins on. But you know one of the reasons. I i wrote. The book is because people down in trying to become so troubled many of them by what they see and don't and don't know that there's a much longer history this that's right. When would you say it began. So i try to talk to the latter part of the nineteen hundreds and really dennis to the really big changes that happened in in american higher education that time and that's the progressive movement a lot of the ideas that we get in really changing country twentieth and twenty first century. Really were the result of of very different political principles that were important into the country in the second part of the nineteen hundreds after civil war and that starting to universities and then influence later on the part of the twentieth century to the major political movement of progressivism and near the the more famous national figures. That people may have heard of like dido roosevelt. Woodrow wilson

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Democrat Presidents Have a History of Promoting Propaganda

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 11 months ago

Democrat Presidents Have a History of Promoting Propaganda

"I want to remind you of a few things. Those of you who listened over the years and have read some of these books I've written over the years. This is not the first administration. To try and take out their political enemies and criminalized Politan. Woodrow Wilson was the first they create a whole propaganda machine. And he used a man by the name of Bearnaise. You know, like the like the sauce anyway, His name was Bearnaise. He wrote a book called Propaganda. But before that, he spoke about it. He wrote about it and Propaganda wasn't a bad word back then. And so what? And so Wilson decided to use him and Some of the surrogates. Propaganda. For what he wanted to do in World War one, the League of Nations race and the rest of it because Wilson One of the founding fathers of the so called Progressive movement was a racist in the sensation ist who Resegregated, the military And he supported the Klan. A Democrat, A so called progressive Franklin Roosevelt used propaganda use the IRS. He used the FBI to intimidate, silence his opponents and send some of them to prison. One of the greatest presidents we've ever had just asked the Democrat Party. Lyndon Johnson. And I'm skipping over a few.

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Joe Biden, Democrat Party, and Their Marxist Agenda Are the Real Threats

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 11 months ago

Joe Biden, Democrat Party, and Their Marxist Agenda Are the Real Threats

"Cut. Six go on screen fair elections. He's just such a threat literally. I've said it before. We're facing the most significant test. Of our democracy since the Civil War. That's not hyperbole since the Civil war. So you're you're listening to a And illiterate. Not a man of words. He's a word of a man of mumbles. Since the Civil War. This is a threat. We have the greatest threat today since the American Revolution, the nation's founding And it's Joe Biden and his party. It's the corrupt media. It is the brainwashing. Colleges and universities. It is critical race theory in the D Growth movement. It is. All these spawned movements. That Joe Biden is embracing. It's the war on separation of powers. That's the world the very constitution where he's staying in the Constitution, the center He's Blaspheming it. And the entire enterprise. The greatest threat to democracy since the Civil War, Ladies and gentlemen. Greater than the Plessy decision. Greater than the car macho decision. It's the greatest threat since FDR rounded up Japanese Americans, Americans of Japanese descent It's the greatest threat since Woodrow Wilson. Resegregated, the United States military And the federal bureaucracy seriously.

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'American Marxism' Explains How Joe Biden Is Getting Away With Crime

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 11 months ago

'American Marxism' Explains How Joe Biden Is Getting Away With Crime

"Was fundamentally altered by the United States Supreme Court under pressure from Franklin Roosevelt. Does that mean? We have to put up with it for the rest of our time? Anything. Joe Biden is getting away with what he's getting away with. He stands on the shoulder. On the shoulders. Obama, who stands on the shoulders. Of LBJ. Who stands on the shoulders of F. D. R, stands on the shoulders of Woodrow Wilson, who in some way stands on the shoulders of Theodore Roosevelt. And they all stand on the shoulders of the early so called progressive intellectuals. Who are the bastard Children of Marxism. All of this can be proven. All of it is proven. If you've looked at any of the prior books But this book is the most activist book I've written since liberty and tyranny. It lays out the case. Of how they're developing mobs. How they're promoting. The fundamentals of Marxism. How they're using race. How they're using ancestry. How they're using. Gender.

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Caller Critcizes Biden for Gifting Hacking Targets to Putin

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Caller Critcizes Biden for Gifting Hacking Targets to Putin

"I heard a statement from President Biden after his discussions with Putin today, and I was stunned by the statement. I can't believe any American president would say that other than possibly Woodrow Wilson, and I think there's a lot of comparison. He said. And I think I'm quoting and he said I presented a list of Putin of 16 targets that were off limits to Russian hackers. And I was stunned Mark. I mean, I know what President Trump's reaction to. That would have been, and I'd love to hear what your comments are. Yeah, well, what he did, then is he told him the top targets he ought to hit. That's number one. These are the 16 that are off limits. Okay, Those are the 16. We should hit then, right? Number two What happens to target number 17 18 and all the rest of them? He that you're exactly right. What he should have said is cut it out. We're going to hurt you. And I don't mean just Respond. I mean, we're going to hurt you. But he's a coward. That's Joe Biden. He's a coward. He is not going to do that. He'll surrender and he gave them the pipeline. For God's sake. Trump would have said that It's insane. Mark Donald Trump would've said there was one target. Anything that is affected that affects the U. S. It's Um economic or strategic interests. We will retaliate in kind or greater. What do you think Reagan would have done? I'm scared of. Yes, it's true Reagan would acted. Don't think Reagan would have said anything. He already would have hammered them. I don't either he would have done. He would have been done. Yeah. I mean, the thing would have been reported have been confirmed, and he would have taken action. That's exactly right. Well, we've got what we've

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What It Means When Children Are Under Fire

Red, Blue, and Brady

02:08 min | 1 year ago

What It Means When Children Are Under Fire

"We have a full house today though. Chris ted and john can you introduce yourself. Hi everyone. i'm chris brown. I'm the president of brady and hi everybody. My name is ted bonar. I'm a clinical psychologist and the director of an family fire and then sort of our man of the hour. Is it strange when you walk into a virtual meeting space and everyone just holds your book up with notes and says okay. Let's get started on delighted. Delighted actually see it in the world. I've been living with it for the weird thing about a book. You know you finish it so long ago and then you wait and you wait and you wait and then suddenly you actually see it out there so now it's it's always a thrill to see waved around admit meetings okay. That's that's a relief. I'm glad we didn't scare you. John and would you mind telling your listeners. A little bit about yourself as well as your great buck children under fire. Sure my name is john. Woodrow cox. I'm a staff writer at the washington post. And i'm the author of children under fire in american crisis. The sort of the short summary of the book is it's meant to be really an intimate account of the way that gun. Violence devastates this country and anna anna. Also a bit of a path forward in ways that we could make some small differences to help those kids both before and after they suffer trauma from gun wiles. I think intimate is a perfect word to describe this book as you detail. The ways in which children are impacted by gun violence through stories of a handful of children. What i'm wondering is what prompted you to write. Not just about the physical effects of gun violence in what that effect is on children but the psychological ex i think that so much of the coverage around the way that kids are impacted by gun. Violence focuses on the kids who get shot. We have such a narrow focus. And this really applies. I think to adults as well. There's this really narrow focus on and that's the headlines. I mean we can look at what happened yesterday. As an example. There's a school shooting all the cable news. Networks make a calculation to say. Let's wait and see how many people died right. One person died they move on. That's not an high enough death

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Maryland Trooper Shoots, Kills Teen Who Had Airsoft Gun and Knife

Rush Limbaugh

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Maryland Trooper Shoots, Kills Teen Who Had Airsoft Gun and Knife

"Maria leave no word yet on a motive of a 16 year old boy armed with a knife and an air soft gun. Who was fatally shot by a Maryland state trooper in Leonardtown. We have interviewed a witness who said they saw the individual in the driveway and what the witness described as a shooting stance, pointing a gun at the Trooper Colonel Woodrow Jones, superintendent of Maryland State Police. A second witness has told investigators that after the trooper fired the first time they saw the male pull out a night and try to get up. 16 year old Peyton Ham was shot a second time by the trooper. The team later died at the hospital, the ST Mary's county State's attorney's office said to review the findings

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President Joe Biden is preparing for his first White House news conference

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

President Joe Biden is preparing for his first White House news conference

"President Biden will be holding its first official White House news conference later today it's become a bit of a news item itself that president Biden up until now hasn't held a formal news conference since taking the oath of office Biden has had multiple events with reporters but by this stage Donald Trump held at least five news conferences Barack Obama too and Bill Clinton at least four although some of those were with foreign leaders and this year because of the pandemic there haven't been many dignitaries visiting the White House there was a practice session this week with hopes of preventing any flubs Biden himself has called himself a gaffe machine more than a hundred years ago president Woodrow Wilson began the White House news conference tradition but until Dwight Eisenhower in the fifties most news conferences were held off the record Jackie Quinn Washington

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"woodrow" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"woodrow" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Woodrow Adams Jr of Worcester says his father died in a Boston hospital yesterday. Triple decker fire also killed Adam's uncle and grandmother. He started to go fun mate that is raised more than $78,000 for his family after the fire destroyed their home. A 7.3 magnitude earthquake rocked rocked Japan yesterday, leaving 100 people injured. The hardest hit prefectures of Miyagi and Fukushima in northeastern Japan reported scores of injuries, mostly among senior citizens, falling or being hit by glass shards and toppling furniture. But experts say this quake triggered short high frequency seismic vibrations, allowing the country to escape with remarkably light damage to property and people. Lucy Craft, CBS NEWS Tokyo Woman is injured after a snowmobile crash in Pelham, New Hampshire, police say. Michelle said ball of north reading was found by first responders on the ground. Police say the crash was probably caused by operator error. Sir Ball was taken to lull General Hospital. Her injuries are serious but not considered life threatening. Well, it is Valentine's Day and it seems like every year a lot of people, mostly men get Valentine's Day cards at the very last minute, WBC's match here met up with some of them. Some spouses spend weeks planning for Valentine's Day. Not Tony from Framingham Very last minute, always. In fact, he says, today is the best day to buy a bunch of heart shaped goodies. You get a lot of tension inside. They feel sorry for you. Of course, the red and pink selection is pretty picked over inside. But if Tony's Valentine's performances underwhelming, it's okay. Take out the garbage recycling. I watched the car. I do everything around the house. I cook, clean Sew. Valentine's Day is every day. Still not a bad idea to get a little something. I hope I wiped us and listen to your station. She does what you want to tell us. How happy Valentine's Day I got you some flowers. Not sure, WBZ Boston's news radio And now a check on business with Bloomberg. Any event that attracts large numbers of people is somewhat suspect in the age of a global pandemic. And while organizer's continue to cancel in person gatherings, others are making adjustments and evolving their events. 25 years I've been doing the rock and roll fantasy camp music producer David Fish off where 80 people come together and then four days with these amazing rock stars, But putting 80 people in a rock star or two together in one place still doesn't sound like a great idea. These days. I came up with the idea of doing these master classes live. You get to 2025 people and holding them online. Meanwhile, others are moving live events into a bubble. That model worked for the Utopia Music Festival Last fall, attendees were screened with a covert 19 test a few days before the event and again at the door in an effort to create an event bubble. Last season, The MBA had success with that model, holding more than 170 games over more than 100 days, with zero positive covert tests. I'm ELISA Parentally. Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. Hey, Alexa played WBZ news rays. Were you talking to me? No,.

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"woodrow" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"woodrow" Discussed on WTOP

"Of students at DCs Woodrow Wilson High School are calling on the mayor to support a name change. Pointing out Wilson's record when it comes to equality. Ingram's daughter graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School, and her son is a student. There. She's the co founder of the D. C history Injustice Collective. The group is calling on the D C schools Chancellor Lewis Farabee to change the name of Woodrow Wilson High. They've also sent a letter to Mayor Muriel Bowser, seeking her support of that school deserve respect. They deserve to feel welcome when they walk through the doors. Thousands have already signed a petition to make it happen. Any child that's walking in under the name which Wilson, who did not stand for equality of opportunity. I don't think any child should be asked to do that. Melissa how w. T O P news Critics of a famous Virginia high school's name are ramping up demands for a change there to several critics spoke about why the name of T. C. Williams High School needs to go, arguing that Thomas Chambliss Williams, the former city school superintendent, was against integration. And giving black Children are right to a better education. The critics included the online events moderator and TC Williams grad Lindsay Vic can't fail this time. We know better to our students to our families. We all better to the people who came before us and the people who will come after US High school's most known for its 1971 integrated football team, made famous and remember the Titans. One effort during the early two thousand's to change the name ended because many feared the legacy of the football team would be for gotten Ken Duffy. W T O P News. It's another step in the right direction for Prince George's County is that region continues to see declines in Corona virus infections. Today, Prince George's county moves all the way into Phase two. With more restrictions on the nonessential businesses and service is beginning to loosen. You can get up to 50% capacity.

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"woodrow" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"woodrow" Discussed on WTOP

"Six oh eight enjoy one thousand dollars in savings from your shower and bath expert long baths dot the good weather on the aids and when it breaks in the district from palisades in Georgetown delays outbound on canal road past Arizona Avenue had a crash in the centre reversible lane under the capital crescent trail that was causing inbound delays from chain bridge even though the inbound right lane was getting by to make a left turn on to Arizona Avenue canal road out down the on air is on average you're staying right to get by it southbound on interstate two ninety five a crash report and your oxen killed before the south side of the beltway that was reported along the right side and we'll keep pace slow south bowling toward the Woodrow Wilson bridge there is no congestion at the Woodrow Wilson bridge on the beltway though in general around four ninety five the rush hour has been uneventful and easier than usual in Virginia on the outer loop it's a little bit slow pastored seven Tyson's a crash on the right shoulder sixty six west bound after Fairfax county parkway after Stringfellow approach look for disabled vehicle tying up the left center lane before route twenty eight ninety five south heavy from Newington to Woodbridge delays easing through Quantico the crash before garrison Phil is clear back in Maryland on two seventy north bound slowdowns but in separate stretches between Rockville in Clarksburg the pocket congestion north of eighty or better toward the minox the river Hagerstown eastbound I. seventy near route sixty five the works on remains in only one left lane has been getting by westbound lanes of seventy are open WTOP reporters are driven by fitz Gerald autumn all when it comes to the con air bags don't risk it fix it is if it's your old Toyota Gaithersburg transparency and trust that's the fits way Dave told on WTOP traffic cooler and drier air will come into the region tonight will turn partly cloudy lows be in the low to mid thirties partly cloudy skies a bit breezy on Tuesday a little bit cooler has been the mid to upper forties on Wednesday partly to mostly.

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"woodrow" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"woodrow" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"How you doing this be to Woodrow please okay there's an outstanding phone BO I DO double would draw on the phone Sir once you turn should talk I'm not cursing at you when I can cut chill service all I just want you to pull would draw on the phone I'm not trying to call here and argue with you Woodrow how many times well you told me more than four all right you did tell good morning room or anything on that can affect us up no one's really lucky still I'm beginning to lie and I know you were going to drop in now because you look me up because somebody's in person and you I would rather see you cursing again sorry what is wrong with you I mean this is ridiculous somebody was seven thousand dollars for an outstanding bill that's connected to this number you understand what I'm saying now see you keep saying we a second ago you said you live by yourself my girlfriend is not all we didn't even leaving the house a seven thousand dollar bill that's connected to that phone number at one point he was acting like you're all check everything kid would draw on the phone let me speak to him did you always seven thousand dollars the home right there car not about a woman you said you heard me I don't you for you to tell me like that no problem is would Woodrow I'm just calling about a BO if he's not Georgia don't you worry.

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