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Palms Through Deep Time

In Defense of Plants Podcast

01:43 min | Last month

Palms Through Deep Time

"All right. Dr kelly matsunaga thank you so much. For coming on the podcast. It's an honor to have you here. And i'm really excited to talk to you today. But first let's start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is. You do all right. Thanks for having on the podcast. My name is as you just said. Kelly matsunaga currently an assistant professor in ecology and evolutionary biology at the university of kansas. And i'm also curator of paleo body in the biodiversity institute which is sort of the collection of natural history museums Here at ku. That's really exciting. Paleo botany to me. Is i have to live vicariously through people like you. Because it's something that was has always interested me but i want a different path with my career. So i'm really excited to pick your brain about this but one of the things that always interests me is how you came to paleo botany in the first place where you a fossil kid a plant kid. Where did the combination of the two really find their way into a fruitful career for you. Yeah so i I would say that. I came to paleo botany through a lot of sort of happy accidents home. I was not a paleo kid. Or a plant kid numb. I got interested in plants when i was in college. I was not a science major. But we all had to take intro. Some kind of intro. Biology works as a general education requirement. And so i took introductory botany in. That's what really got me interested in plants Specifically the the whole evolutionary story of plants that the professor that taught the courses frank shaughnessy at humboldt state university. Who was able to sort of weave through the course of the class.

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Rachael Clark of Northern Kentucky University on Hope in Poverty

The Academic Minute

01:44 min | Last month

Rachael Clark of Northern Kentucky University on Hope in Poverty

"And twenty thirteen northern kentucky university began a partnership with the west side neighborhood in newport a community across the ohio river from cincinnati and a few miles from our campus. The west side would receive help with parks community gardens public art and even a bicycle maintenance class. That was a way to teach science and math while having fun in k. U. students in turn would have experiential education opportunities early on in. Ku's community engagement team asked. If one of my psychology classes could measure hope in the residents of the west side. We agreed and also measured meaning in life. Hope is important because over the last two decades it has emerged at the moderately strong predictor of wellbeing on the west side. Most families live at or below the poverty line you might reasonably expect residents to have lower hope and meaning in life. They didn't my students surveyed west side residents and for the sake of comparison in k. U. students our findings published earlier. This year showed no major difference between the two groups. Indeed the newport residents generally scored higher for hope and meaning in life especially among newer residents. Who share a vision of what the west side might become as residents take greater ownership of the old neighborhoods future rather than seeing it to absentee landlords because of these surprising findings we decide to explore a results with a focus group with learned. That residents while hopeful. Personally were less optimistic about external forces shaping their neighborhood. They felt for example that municipal services were more readily provided to wealthier residents neighborhood and socio political factors impacted their levels of hope more so than individual factors still that didn't diminish their personal faith in their future or their commitment to a better westside.

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Scottie Pippen Accuses Phil Jackson of Being Racist

Larry Elder

00:45 sec | Last month

Scottie Pippen Accuses Phil Jackson of Being Racist

"Retired NBA star Scottie Pippen says retired La Laker and Chicago Bulls coach Phil Jackson is a racist. Why do you recall that pivotal playoff game when Michael Jordan was playing baseball in the Chicago Bulls still did? Well, their star now with Scottie Pippen and a pivotal point in the game, Phil Jackson called a play for a white player named Tony Ku coach. And Scottie Pippen was so angry he refused to go on the court. Remember that people later on, apologize for and let the team down yada, blah, etcetera. He now says Phil Jackson made his decision because wait for it. Phil Jackson is

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In Latest Twitter Confrontation, Kevin Durant Claps Back at Scottie Pippen

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

00:56 sec | Last month

In Latest Twitter Confrontation, Kevin Durant Claps Back at Scottie Pippen

"Interview got posted. And like 11. Minutes later, Cady had tweeted at Scottie Pippen twice. And he went there. He went right to Scott. He's two biggest weaknesses. Scotty's biggest weakness is not that he was robbing that he was the second best player on historically great teams. That's not a weakness. Scottie Pippen is a first ballot Hall of Fame top 50 all time player who have anything I think is under appreciated as an all time great His two weaknesses are the 1.8 seconds when he didn't go in the game when Phil draws up a play for KU coach. And then the fact that they should, and they showed this in last dance that he chose to get surgery at the start of a season rather than during the summer because he was aggravated about his contractual situation. His last year in Chicago, the 97 98 season. All of that was in last dance. And so Kevin Durant tweets about both of those

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Biden Tulsa Speech Lacks Context, Omitting Democrat Congressman Who Were KKK Members

The Dan Bongino Show

01:43 min | 2 months ago

Biden Tulsa Speech Lacks Context, Omitting Democrat Congressman Who Were KKK Members

"Quote the speech, Biden There were 37 members of the House of Representatives who are open members of the Ku Klux Klan. Interesting. Biden said that at the Tulsa speech, what he failed to tell you is they were mostly Democrats. Where the fact checkers on you know the fact checkers once we've discussing we've been discussing throughout the show. The opinion checkers also noticed the sensors, the Communists, the fascists, right, the fact checker. You know what they do They go out where the fact checkers every time a conservative says something about this is missing context. This is missing context. Where's the missing context on that? Right there. A bunch of members of the House of Representatives the past who are members of the Ku Klux Klan? Yeah, dude, they were Democrats. They were Debs. Democrats. Demon rats? Yeah, that's what they were. He left that part out. Left that part out. Kind of important context, isn't it? Considering Biden's a Democrat, too. It's also interesting for those listening it Describe the Fox nation is a live video feed of my show here you could see on video does he at home the honorary Honor the great Rush Limbaugh. The paper flip a celebrity did that There's a photo here. I'm looking at you looking at home, too. If you watch the video there, check that out. Put a little Sharpie line around the face. It's a photo of Joe Biden. What's he doing there? Yes. What is he doing in this photo? C SPAN two photo screenshot. Speaking and eulogizing someone at a funeral. Whose funeral is that? Jim, Look, this guy for me. I've never heard him Senator Robert Byrd, is that the same guy who was in the Ku Klux Klan?

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America Has Been Brought Down to Size

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:54 min | 2 months ago

America Has Been Brought Down to Size

"In four short months the united states of america has been brought down to size and it is up to you and i to continue to fight for those freedoms that have all ready and i want to make sure you hear that word that have all ready been provided for us. That have all ready. Been given to us by the blood of our dead heroes. We have already conquered racism by enlarge. In the united states of america we pass the thirteenth fourteenth the fifteenth amendment. We had over twenty blacks during the reconstruction era that were voted into the republican party against the against the desire of the democrat. Kkk party as white ku klux klan. Men in a democrat party fought to keep them out of congress and to intimidate both blacks and whites. We've already our soldiers. Six hundred thousand soldiers during the civil war dead dead all of these spice that the left are trying to pretend exists today. They don't exist. They are they are in the fig. I want to say the figment of their imagination. But it's a bunch of people who have meaningless lives that are desperate for meaning trying to divide and trying to destroy us and we can't let them do it. How did you honor the legacy of the dead. You fight back against these left wing radicals that are telling you. This is not the greatest country that god has ever given man.

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Interview With Spiral Director, Writer, Darren Bousman and Josh Stolberg

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:13 min | 2 months ago

Interview With Spiral Director, Writer, Darren Bousman and Josh Stolberg

"Darren josh. good to see you guys. How's it going good. Let's be you're so happy to be here so glad to have you guys the number one film in theaters this weekend. Which is quite an accomplishment as people are vaccinated and coming back into theaters. So congrats on that. Thank you I and we're gonna we're gonna get into a lot of stuff today but we always start with breaking in stories and it just kind of gives a good place for folks to kind of learn who you are what you do darren. I'm from city. It seems like you grew up in kansas as well. Where'd you go to high school. Went a shiny. Mr south to china mission north. About ten minutes from you. So it's iowa's i know i know it's crazy. I've met so many so many people out here now from kansas which is which is just crazy. That's that's awesome and what what made you move out here. Did you study film out here. What what brought you in los angeles. so i I went to ku. I majored in theater and film and keio I left after two years. It just wasn't my thing I just felt like if i really wanted to do it. I needed to get out of my comfort zone. And i think that you know being born and raised in kansas. All my friends were there. I needed to wipe the slate clean. Start over so. I went to florida. But how i got involved was when i was in kansas. I would answer every ad that i would find the paper about filmmaking and there was. There's there's a scene for filmmaking no matter where you live. I don't care if you live in boise idaho. y'all stay angeles. It doesn't matter where you are. People are making movies. So i i got on every set that i could came through kansas. There was a lot of really schlocky horror films which i was. I was on every one of them is like fourteen fifteen sixteen years old And then yeah. I went to florida to a place called full sail university. Which is a film. School did that. And then I left full sail and went to l. a. and for years it was the classic the classic store you hear about i. Was you know. I was a pa. I was an assistant. I was bad at both. I was fired from all And then i wrote. I wrote a script called the desperate. Which is kind of. It was kind of my therapy about my desperation in hollywood.

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Seattle opens fourth COVID-19 vaccine site

KUOW Newsroom

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Seattle opens fourth COVID-19 vaccine site

"Lucidio seattle is opening another vaccination site this time nor seattle college and ku wo. W's anna boyko why rock tells us it opens at nine o'clock this morning. The new site is open wednesdays through fridays nine to four but the city of seattle says. There are no open spots this week or next week. That's because the city reached out to people in north end zip codes who are on the city's vaccine notification list and told them about the new site and within twenty four hours. The appointments were all booked. According to the mayor's office people who walk up without an appointment won't be accepted either. The city says whatever extra doses. there may be. We'll go to volunteers and eligible college staff at the beginning. The north seattle college site will give close to twelve hundred shots a week with enough supply. The city said it could increase that to six thousand

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"ku" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

04:47 min | 4 months ago

"ku" Discussed on How I Built This

"Vivian is a first generation taiwanese-american and she's opened three taiwanese restaurants in los angeles in the midst of the pandemic with many restaurants closing. Vivian decided to open a breakfast. Pop-up called today starts here in la chinatown. We talked about her childhood growing up on a farm and how she's leading three different restaurants during the pandemic. but i asked vivian. How she was doing in light of the recent shootings in atlanta and the rise of violence against asian americans in the past year. I always had something. I don't understand. Try to process it in a way where there's a silver lining and. I really had a hard time yesterday. I was like there's no silver lining year I couldn't really make sense of it. It felt like in a lot of ways. We were going backwards like worse than when i was growing up and part of the reason why wanted to share taiwanese food because it's part of my culture and having it shared with a wider rally. There's something i really enjoy out of having people kind of be more open minded. Learn something about someone's culture just because they wanted a great bite to eat. I think it's a such a human thing and that's been a lot of the joy of running the restaurant. And i remember seeing this white nine year old boy come in to order woodyear mushroom salad bring to his classroom and it was his birthday and i was like. I'm trying to bring cupcakes to fit in and we've come so far yesterday was like that is completely the opposite and it's just A few bad actors that make the whole thing seemed extra extra bad. I do believe that humans are good. That's not representative of the whole entire picture. And i think hopefully we'll be better allies for one another. I know you know during the summer. Blm was going on. I think a lot of kids. My generation had to explain to our parents and aunts and uncles..

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How I Built Resilience: Vivian Ku, Restauranteur

How I Built This

02:17 min | 4 months ago

How I Built Resilience: Vivian Ku, Restauranteur

"Vivian is a first generation taiwanese-american and she's opened three taiwanese restaurants in los angeles in the midst of the pandemic with many restaurants closing. Vivian decided to open a breakfast. Pop-up called today starts here in la chinatown. We talked about her childhood growing up on a farm and how she's leading three different restaurants during the pandemic. but i asked vivian. How she was doing in light of the recent shootings in atlanta and the rise of violence against asian americans in the past year. I always had something. I don't understand. Try to process it in a way where there's a silver lining and. I really had a hard time yesterday. I was like there's no silver lining year I couldn't really make sense of it. It felt like in a lot of ways. We were going backwards like worse than when i was growing up and part of the reason why wanted to share taiwanese food because it's part of my culture and having it shared with a wider rally. There's something i really enjoy out of having people kind of be more open minded. Learn something about someone's culture just because they wanted a great bite to eat. I think it's a such a human thing and that's been a lot of the joy of running the restaurant. And i remember seeing this white nine year old boy come in to order woodyear mushroom salad bring to his classroom and it was his birthday and i was like. I'm trying to bring cupcakes to fit in and we've come so far yesterday was like that is completely the opposite and it's just A few bad actors that make the whole thing seemed extra extra bad. I do believe that humans are good. That's not representative of the whole entire picture. And i think hopefully we'll be better allies for one another. I know you know during the summer. Blm was going on. I think a lot of kids. My generation had to explain to our parents and aunts and uncles. Like what it was all about. And i think this will all ban all of us together and hopefully also realize that you know we all have a role to play here and whether it's you know more people feeling like they need to intern to their local politics or the involved. I think you know It's really hard to make sense of it.

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KU places Miles on leave, will conduct full review

GardenLine with Randy Lemmon

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

KU places Miles on leave, will conduct full review

"Of Kansas Friday night, placing head football coach Les Miles on administrative leave this as K U prepares to conduct a full review of the findings of a 2013 internal probe. Of miles while he was head coach at L S U the findings of that investigation going public this week and revealing allegations of sexual harassment levied against miles by female student workers allegations that he has denied Kansas Athletic director Jeff Long adding in a statement even though the allegations against him occurred it ls you we take these matters very seriously at K U the Jayhawks three and 18 over Miles is two seasons at the helm. That

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No. 17 KU ends No. 2 Baylor's perfect start with 71-58 win

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

No. 17 KU ends No. 2 Baylor's perfect start with 71-58 win

"David McCormick delivered twenty points in seventy three Kansas handed Baylor its first loss of the season yeah I mean the second ranked bears seventy one fifty eight Marcus Garrett had fourteen points for the Jayhawks who trailed wire to wire in their previous meeting with the bears last month Baylor struggled without trouble while getting dominated forty eight twenty eight on the boards the nation's leading three point shooting team also was six of twenty six from beyond the arc makes your team had a team best eighteen points for the bears who fell to eighteen and one I'm the ferry

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Congressman, NAACP sue Trump and Giuliani over Capitol riot

Sean Hannity

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

Congressman, NAACP sue Trump and Giuliani over Capitol riot

"And adviser to former President Donald Trump, says his longtime lawyer and confident Rudy Giuliani is not representing him in legal matters at this time. They are both named in a new lawsuit over the Capitol attack. In a lawsuit filed in federal District Court in Washington, the N W. A S A P and Democratic congressman Bennie Thompson claim for president Trump Rudy Giuliani, the proud boys in the oath keepers conspired to incite the January 6 riot. And that they violated the 18 71 Ku Klux Klan Act by preventing Congress from carrying out its official duties. A Trump advisor Jason Miller says Trump is not organized or insight or conspire to incite any violent oxes Rachel Sutherland. The suit seeks unspecified damages. This is Congress plans, hearings on security issues and a non 11 style commission. To

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Dem’s lawsuit accuses Trump of inciting deadly Capitol riot in Washington, DC

All Things Considered

00:59 sec | 6 months ago

Dem’s lawsuit accuses Trump of inciting deadly Capitol riot in Washington, DC

"A Democratic congressman from Mississippi has filed a civil lawsuit accusing former President Trump and his attorney, Rudy Giuliani off conspiracy to incite the January 6th. The riot at the U. S. Capitol. As NPR's Ryan Lucas reports too far right groups, the proud boys and the oath keepers are also named as defendants in the suit. Congressman Bennie Thompson is suing Trump in the others for allegedly conspiring to incite the capital Riot. Disrupt the official counting of electoral college votes. The lawsuit alleges that was a violation of the Ku Klux Klan Act, which protects against conspiracies that seek to prevent members of Congress from fulfilling their constitutional duties. Suit says that trumpet Giuliani inside of the crowd at the January 6th rally near the White House, while the proud boys and the oath keepers spearheaded the attack on the capital. Thompson had to shelter in the House gallery during the attack before being ushered to safety by security. The lawsuit is the first against Trump over the Capitol riot since the Senate acquitted him on Saturday on the impeachment charge of inciting in

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Trump and Giuliani sued by Democratic congressman over deadly Capitol riot

AP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Trump and Giuliani sued by Democratic congressman over deadly Capitol riot

"Congressman is suing Donald Trump over the ex president's role in the capital riot. Trump's Senate impeachment acquittal is expected to lead to a wave of litigation over the insurrection now that he's lost some legal protections as an ex president. House Homeland Security Committee chair Bennie Thompson suit accuses Trump of inciting the insurrection and conspiring with his lawyer and extremist groups. Keep Congress from certifying the presidential election results. Several other lawmakers are expected to join the suit, which was brought under a law known as the Ku Klux Klan Act. It bans violence or intimidation meant to keep members of Congress or other federal officials from carrying out constitutional duties.

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Democratic congressman sues Trump over role in Capitol riot

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Democratic congressman sues Trump over role in Capitol riot

"A democratic congressman is suing Donald Trump over the ex president's role in the capital right trump's Senate impeachment acquittal is expected to lead to a wave of litigation over the insurrection now that he's lost some legal protections as an ex president house homeland security committee chair Bennie Thompson suit accuses trump of inciting the insurrection and conspiring with his lawyer and extremist groups to keep Congress from certifying the presidential election results several other lawmakers are expected to join the suit which was brought under a law known as the Ku Klux Klan act it bans violence or intimidation meant to keep members of Congress or other federal officials from carrying out constitutional duties Sager made Donnie Washington

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Valparaiso University is dropping Crusader mascot

Todd Schnitt

00:24 sec | 6 months ago

Valparaiso University is dropping Crusader mascot

"And nickname over its ties to hate groups. Valparaiso University Thursday announced it's dropping the team name Crusaders as well as their logo on mascot. Decision coming after a decades long debate that has intensified recently because groups like the Ku Klux Klan had begun to use these symbols and words. Faculty and student Senate's along with Val Pose Alumni Board approved resolutions to reassess the appropriateness of the Crusaders moniker. Mascots are intended to help us show our school

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No. 8 Texas tops No. 3 KU 84-59 to tie record margin at Phog

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 7 months ago

No. 8 Texas tops No. 3 KU 84-59 to tie record margin at Phog

"Texas one eighty four to fifty nine over Kansas for the program's first victory over a top five opponent since twenty sixteen Texas started the second half six for six from behind the arc led by Courtney Ramey who led the Longhorns with eighteen points for the game Texas saw its largest lead of twenty four after a twenty five to ten run that ended with less than two minutes left in the game the Longhorns have out rebounded seven of their first nine opponents in our seven oh when they win the battle of the boards I am Ian Ecklund

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Washington health officials provide details on how COVID-19 vaccine will be handed out

KUOW Newsroom

02:28 min | 8 months ago

Washington health officials provide details on how COVID-19 vaccine will be handed out

"A light ahead for many of us as a covid. Nineteen vaccine is authorized today in britain. This as the levels of current virus are at their highest levels yet here in the us an update now on covid nineteen in washington state from ku. Ws anna boyko. Y rock and state health officials today showed reporters stark new trend from covid. Nineteen in hospitalizations. What did you learn today. Well as you know we are in an incredible wave of covid cases in the state and it wasn't clear until now but more and more people are starting to die from covert. The average has doubled from about five people a day in september to ten people a day now and the trend looks to be rising. Another big trend is that there was a huge jump in the number of patients hospitalized in the latter half of november now. Those numbers are the most. They've been since the beginning of the pandemic and bigger than a wave of hospitalizations. We saw in march and april. So as we speak in washington there are over a thousand people in the hospital with cova. And that's double what it was about a month ago and state officials also announced some changes today to the quarantine rules. That's right so washington is adopting. Cdc's nucor guidelines that means if you were exposed to somebody with cova instead of staying away for from other people for fourteen days you only have to stay away from others for ten days or seven days if you get a test and this hinges on asymmetric people right. Yes ma'am the shorter quarantine is only if you have not had symptoms if you do have symptoms you still have to quarantine for fourteen days okay. Anything new today on the plans to distribute the vaccine here in washington. Well we learned that people who live or work places like nursing homes or other long term care facilities. they'll be included with the very very first folks who get the vaccine and that's a change that comes from new. Cdc recommendations this week and those groups will join people who are already at the front of the line. those are healthcare workers who are caring for cova patients also. The state is doing some training exercises to run through shipping the vaccine in this special packaging that keeps it at super low temperatures and we still don't know where exactly the first doses will be distributed but more than one hundred places like clinics pharmacies and hospitals have applied to the state and they've been approved so there could be more information on that next

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"ku" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"ku" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Do you know what I'm saying like? You're just the refrigerator like shut up. You know what man here we need to figure out some to make. The, damn, cows and pigs understand that they just cows and pigs. Don't saying so to me. It's like if that's where your brain goes. I went on a rant. That's where your brain goes. That's why it's so mind boggling to this to these clans, people was just like I. Don't understand why. These black people keep asking to sit at our tables. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, and that's yeah. I mean like like the that is sort of that's. This is a really important thing to understand because Jim. We usually talk about Jim. Crow like white people usually talk about Jim. Chrome thinking back like how has talked about it like it was this terrible thing that happened. That was done to black people, which is was a crime, but also Jim Crow was is the foundation of law enforcement law enforcement in this country was still very much in flux and being formalized when Jim Crow started. It was really fucking new like the the first police department had only started in eighteen thirty eight Jim. Crow starts in eighteen, seventy seven, so US law enforcement in much, if not most of this country is is is founded. At this more or less than the same time as crew, which means that US law enforcement is founded in large part to keep the appliances in the eyes of the white. Elite separated from the white elite like that yeah. So. The important point. Yes so the second clan was also real popular in Oregon, maybe more popular in Oregon than it was anywhere else in the country and patient zero for the Oregon clan was the southern town of Medford which is. which is you go once Shakespeare in the park. Yeah, no, that's Ashland, which is. Right in Ashland is a very different city of it is but. Yet there's great teahouse. I Love I, actually like. Like Medford and Ashland are both like right next to each other in both in one of the prettiest parts of Oregon and this one of the prettiest places in the entire planet like all over the damn world. I haven't found anywhere. I found some places that are like up there with that part, Oregon, but I haven't found anything that I find pretty fucking gorgeous place, but also Medford has a real long history of straight up fascism. Right into the present day. The mayor of the town of Phoenix I think it was Phoenix, which is like right outside of Medford, basically suburb of Medford the mayor, two or three days ago, drove his car into a crowd of black lives. Matter protesters air the mayor. So The issues go continue yeah I. Miss I wish I could see my face, right? Mayor. So I'm Medford is where Luther Powell clinical sent by the national clan to establish the clan in Oregon set up the state's first KKK outpost. He gained initial recruits like pointing to the massive blading problem in nearby Jackson, county and making the case that the clan could help with law and order an a quote now from a paper by been Bruce Chapman University. Powell sold the clan potential followers, not as a brotherhood of bigotry, but as a beacon patriotism, cultural conservatism and social order, according to Powell clan was there to uphold traditional American society against the threat of the roaring twenties, specifically, Pal emphasized the Klan Support for the enforcement of prohibition. In a matter of weeks pal had sworn over a hundred men into the invisible empire, most of who were policemen, clan, expert and author. Author David Chalmers describes the clan under palace, being in the law and Order Business Luther, pals. Recruiting success in Medford cannot be quantified by lists of names and paper on membership dues.

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"ku" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"ku" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Know our show sent you. You know what I love is being back from ads because it means that we can talk more about. The horrific history of racism and law, enforcement, terror and trauma. That's. Of My DNA and passed on generation Alie. Yes? Should they had an air horn there so starting in eighteen seventy. President. Grant began to lobby Congress to give him power to do something about the clan because again local law enforcement was actively aiding and abetting the cake. In Eighteen, seventy and eighteen, seventy one congress passed the enforcement acts. These protected the rights of black men to vote hold office and serve on juries and generally enjoy equal protection under the law. The Ku Klux Klan acts as they came to be known allowed President Grant to call up the army to order in order to. Break up the bands of disguised night marauders, and we're going to be like ninety nine percent critical of law enforcement on this podcast, but we gotta be fair when it's fair and federal law enforcement did a pretty decent job on breaking up the clan. This is this is where things get really complicated pro, because a lot of the credit for this goes to Amos Ackerman the attorney general of the United States at joined the Republican, Party after the civil war, and became one of the nation's most strenuous advocates black suffrage. He was like black. People have the right to vote and hold office and we will I. I will make sure we enforce this with fucking riflemen if we have to. Historian William S mcfeely said of Ackerman that quote no attorney general before, or since has been more vigorous in the prosecution of cases designed to protect the lives and rights of black Americans, and here's where things get complicated because before he was a republican before he was the attorney general. Amos Ackerman volunteered and fought in the confederate army. Equal.

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"ku" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"ku" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Yup, saying so these like give themselves up to say yeah. The neighborhood now for several days the white elites in Union county debated over this list of randomly arrested black men that they had and decided yet. Basically, we're trying to decide how many of them. Should. CAN WE PUNISH IN? How many of them can we spare without provoking a broader race? What riot among like because you know? There were a chunk of folks in power her like who understood like the most of these arrests are bullshit, but also we have to punish some black people more or less at random. Otherwise, the poor white folks in the county are going out on a race riot, so there's yeah. This big debate with the local elites and Alice Walker the head of a local. Local black militia gets arrested on his way to travel to the governor to warn him about what's happening in Union county now Walker hadn't been present at any of the events that had sparked this, but he was hated by the most racist of the local whites, because he was the organizer of a black militia, so local law enforcement decided that his death would go really far in calming. The white mob now Walker head supporters who were ready to rally to his defense armed, but again he. He told them not to. He was innocent and he was certain that a court case would bear out his innocence, but he never got the chance to actually do that on January. Fifth a huge gang of Ku Klux klansmen raided the Union County jail, an abducted five arrested black men who also happen to be prominent local Republicans Parsons writes quote. It is not possible to name any of the members of the costumed group, but because though not all of them in were on horseback and where costumed. costumed, we can imagine that. Many of the group's members were elites from the size of the group. Even if we accept on the a cautious estimate, it seems likely that they came from adjoining counties. There is a good deal of evidence that some of Fossett's friends were present in a leadership role at this event and one man who was later named by witnesses to the rate as a leader of the clan mob that have duct. All these black men was faucets. Good buddy sheriff rice rogers. So again. Yeah, the Shit. That's how they get into the jail. The sheriff is a clansman and he lets you share. Yeah, yeah and you know obviously what you're expecting happens to these black men tragic. Yeah, and I it's. It's possible even that like so there was one of the things that did happen when the KKK should up at this jail is. They struggled with a deputy to the keys. And it's heavily suspected by historians including Elaine, Parsons that this was all kind of an act and that it's likely that the deputy who struggled with the clan after giving up the keys put on Klan costume engaged in the raid after. Yeah I can tell you that. Hey, don't take key. Don't take my key look. I'm doing the right thing. And it is like a again. And this this this I highlight this story because specific stories are kind of useful in getting people emotionally involved, but this is one of this happened. We will never know how many times constantly..

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"ku" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"ku" Discussed on WTVN

"Members of a Ku Klux Klan associated group showed up Ray rally. They planned in Dayton, Saturday as they were met by nearly six hundred peaceful counter protesters following the rally on Saturday, date, mayor NAN, Whaley said there were no it, and it shows, the Dayton can believe stand up for its neighbors, but she said that her city is still to segregated and still to unequal chapter is over. But it means we have to get back to the real work, making sure that no matter what you look like where you come from, or who you love that you can have a great life here in Dayton city manager. Shelly dickstein estimates that in preparation for Saturday's rally two hundred and fifty thousand dollars was spent on personnel costs and another four hundred grand on contract and materials. I'm Matt Reese, a woman was placed under arrest Friday and accused of drug activity near an elementary school in south Columbus. The Franklin county sheriff's office says thirty five year old Kristen Skaggs was trafficking heroin. Police. Found six grams of suspected heroin fifteen grams of math and fifty one grams of cocaine Skaggs has been charged with possession of cocaine and trafficking in heroin. And cafes more charges Akron. City officials are working to make the city, a better place for its aging residents. The city launched a campaign this week to become an AARP age friendly city, the five year process will target issues that affect quality of life for seniors including housing transportation. And public health Akron would become the ninth Ohio community and three hundred and fiftieth nationwide to join the AARP network. I'm Rob Bailey for those who are fans of cedar point traction has opened this weekend. The Sandusky theme park opened forbidden frontier Saturday, which offers guests and interactive opportunity to search for hidden treasure. There's also a giant rope playground for kids. I'm Sean Gallagher. Can you the latest trending stories at.

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"ku" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"ku" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"We live in the most peaceful prosperous time perhaps in. American history at times because of. The policies of Donald. J Trump he's he's freed the bureaucracy from strapping restraints on American business we have we're on. Our way to energy independence for, the first time in. Our history we may be enforcing immigration laws, we have tax cuts there's, pox Americana was speaking with. North Korea with China among the best, times ever have existed but. To watch the mainstream media it's a total meltdown there's nothing but total chaos everywhere I look it's not a, McKay us and that is not, reality that's not reality at all this week CNN MSNBC went overboard. About covering a non event almost egging and, hoping and praying somehow that some horrible. Circumstance what happened in Charlottesville are Washington that they. Could cover most of the violence again came. From and and from the left which has always been the situation in America the violence comes from the left from the Democrats that's, where the violence comes from the Ku Klux Klan world Democrats Jim crow was all Democrats Tanada watched Oprah on sixty minutes. With, the horrible lynching of like four thousand African Americans over. About an, eighty year period every lynching in the south was conducted by a democrat and. The nineteen eighties when they elected. A democrat to the. Senate majority leader it was a former member of the Ku Klux Klan that was Senator Byrd. Of West Virginia every time they, do something is racial. And racist the Ku Klux Klan is a, democratic organization the confederacy existed, because they were Democrats they're. The ones that killed six hundred thousand American Americans as part of the civil war they're the ones that did. It it's the Democrats how much of that do you hear the mainstream media the answer is none of it so now you have. Some misguided individuals who are racist white racist some twenty or thirty that desire to hold a. Protest outside the White House two thousand or more. Leftist show up and begin a mini riot. And the media covers it as if. The twenty are responsible the first amendment exist Not for comfortable speech to give absolute the first amendment is about thirty years ago a bunch of so-called Neo Nazis wanted. To March through Skokie Illinois which was Jewish, area your supreme court said give them the permit congress shall make no law you have to allow the protest take place I don't like it much I hate, to hear from skinheads Neo Nazis in the ku-klux-klan as? Much as I hate. From Harrington black lives matter elements of those groups are obviously murderers to speak to the. Fam- family of Heather hire the. Guy who did that should spend the rest of his life in jail? But on the other side of. The fence all the racial riots that took place or, riots, by, Democrats and democratically controlled areas egged on by black lives matter whoever gave it, the murder of police officers how much do you get that from the mainstream media the answer is none I think CNN's new, commemoration of the murder A five Dallas police officers plus two more in Baton Rouge on every July the seventh because that's when Mike Xavier Johnson specifically murdered Dallas police officers who wanted he. Wanted to kill all white people some Baltimore, there was a racist who travelled a couple of years go to New York City and just found officers Liu and Ramos eating lunch and NYPD Marc car he, was a black nationalism a black racism he killed two? And uniform cops now. That's awful all murder is awful terrible disgusting Democrats lynched about four thousand, blacks over about a seventy year, period largely in the south but, CNN whitewashes all that history doesn't fit doesn't fit therefore. They don't broadcast it the only? People who cared about what happened today was twenty Neo Nazis and CNN and. MSNBC who amplified them in an effort to tarnish Trump boost the. Democrats smear conservative media. And vent their contempt for the. Rest of, America that's the only reason they did it if they really cared objectively they, would had some coverage of the commemoration on July the seventh of the murderer five Dallas cops by black lives. Matter protesters, invited into the White House by Barack Hussein Obama what, would the media have said you think of Trump invited, those who, killed Heather higher into the White. House nineteen times the world, would end as. We know it Trump shouldn't it. Can't do that. And Obama shouldn't have. Done. It Get your calls coming up next line becomes..

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"ku" Discussed on WREK

WREK

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"ku" Discussed on WREK

"The games i'm not saying something about him that i'm not saying about myself i was a gangsta format jesus and now i'm just a redeemed center with gangster proclivities grew up with gangsters and there's a whole lot of gangsta in me this is not a question of somehow pointing my finger at some alien from another planet part of the civil war raging on inside of each and every one of us of being cold and callous and indifferent an arrogant and haughty looking down on the suffering of others in sensitive to the hurt of others and the result is what slow emergent stirring and expression of neo fascist sensibilities the unleashing of hate and contempt are precious mexican brothers and sisters immigrants across the board muslims across the board jews it used to be traditionally with catholics now you got the head of the ku klux klan david duke he's a catholic as american upward mobility pretty soon there'll be a negro running things when i was in charlottesville within right up in faces and cussing and spitting and carry no i saw the grow marching with the neo nazis i said that's a confused mother shut your mouth but that shows that we're all human never function skin pigmentation never functioned agenda a sexual orientation and never function of national identity all at identity x and y is always undercut in terms of our humanity and what kind of choices we make in regard to what kind of virtues and vices we decide to and that before the worms get our bodies that a show challenge for each and every one of us raise matters in the twenty first century so it is the tradition of critique in resistance of which i'm just a small moment the blues people in the blues is always about catastrophe lyrically expressed nobody loves me but my mom and she might be driving to as the king of the.

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"ku" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"ku" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Question of whether discipline within the force is applied evenly in fairly these relieved to questions just like there are concerns about whether officers when they interact with the public might have some kind of an implicit bias and whether there is a racism you know tied to law enforcement will those same questions are raised by people within the ranks and how they're treated through the disciplinary process eva thanks very much for that call jasper in palo alto you're next oh good morning hey thanks for having me on there should be more venues where someone could go to like say police tell you though the ku klux klan at threaten you where are you going to go to the independent police auditor i've tried you go to the double acp the end of the aclu nothing can happen no one does anything so then you got these people who are walking on the street who tell you though the kuba because clan and threaten you and they're just waiting for the opportunity to shoot you you know and it's like well before that happens where a lot of times these people know what they are you know in my community people know that yeah you don't talk to this obser this way or you don't move suddenly because this one is shoot you faster and it's been like that forever you know i'm sorry to interrupt you saying that that you're getting that from off from officers who say their officers you know the people who are doing these getting away with all these murders and me every time one of these young black man black people are whoever white or whatever get killed you officers never get caught and that's and that of fear in people you know like hey you know that you know that these guys can shoot you and you get away with and you've gone to you know who you're gonna go to the independent police auditor and say hey these officers said they were the group of clan.

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"ku" Discussed on LWAF

LWAF

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ku" Discussed on LWAF

"Fight back the northerners to kind of for her honor whatever in the book there are all part of the ku klux klan and they took that out of the movie completely which i think is also putting together a it's whitewashing that part unity me it's like oh these guys were at a political meeting and it's like bull no they're part of the clan which is you know it overtly racist organization so to take that out and purposely changed that part of the book but then not look at any of the black characters with any historical late late night when you make a movie eighty years after an event you have as an artist every right to to make comment on what that was due unity mean what the what was happening in that time and i think almost responsibility to comment whatever your comment is an artist you should i shouldn't say should but i i respect the people to go back and look at something and then bring a critical analysis to the time period and they just didn't do that they said it was just a sweeping romantic a love story in about as much about scarlett it was about the southern culture will the other thing to consider i think is that this is no this was twenty years this movie was may twenty years of where the civil rights movement sure so you're talking about a culture of america that wasn't really ready or interested in promoting um.

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"ku" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"ku" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Want to go back for women tunisia any new homes and how do you explain to people when they say was the democrats had the ku klux klan it was the democrats are got rid of the ku klux klan i mean they they purge their pernia exactly and the republican party needs to do the same edwin excellent plants are your phone is is is is sounds kind of muffled i'm i'm concerned that people can understand what you're saying um i think i i think i got it all the good at tried to turn to speak but it it high god okay thanks a lot edwards is and thank you for your kind words i got a little ronald in lakes florida a ronald what's in your mind a tom i was calling pertaining to of the constitution uh you know we all of our that the constitution was written by the aristocrats and the wealthy and when they say we the people in order to form a more perfect union well let's look at who was considered the people it certainly wasn't the blacks hispanics uh with no all women knaw uh females for for that point and uh i you know native americans weren't part of we the people are either um yeah you're right but to to say that it was all about plutocrats um limoges share with you the out a little bit here the the this is for my book go what would jefferson do page 73 uh to to to to to to hand just a second one i find it uh at it where legal here we area in the state of delaware which voted for ratification of the convention almost seventy seven percent of the delegates were farmers more than twothirds of them small farmers with incomes.

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"ku" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"ku" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"Now the president of the united states is by no means a clansman but when the former clan head david do came out in support of his campaign trump it first pointedly declined to disavow him as president he equivocated about the white supremacists who marched in charlottesville with torches and he recently referred to countries in africa and haiti majority black nations as shithole countries the white house later denied the remark but racist like richard spencer we're thrilled that the president thought this way and that he came out and set it in a meeting in the oval office it's impossible to deny that white supremacy is closer to the seat of power than it has been for generations andrew marantz has been reporting for the new yorker on the movement known as the old right which includes white supremacists holocaustdeniers misogynist the whole works some factions in that movement even model themselves directly on the clan and andrew was studying how these groups hope to change political of course not just on the fringe but for everyone in the united states inter linda gordon described the what seemed to be this sudden reappearance of the ku klux klan and the 20s and the way it i wouldn't say infiltrated just assumed its place in american government you had presidents who supported it governors who were members many members of congress were members millions of people who were members of the ku klux klan now we live in an age where the press in the united states um has made it very clear what has views on race as at least i think so many others do.

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"ku" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"ku" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"Obviously this week of the interesting to look at the emergence at a single economy and also 26th there aren't more profiles that's her avenue really subversive strange stay in raft especially in and see what the alleged alike humbert such as from one world trade center in manhattan this is the new yorker radio hour a coproduction of wnyc studios and the new yorker welcome to the new yorker radio hour i'm david ramnik i just read a terrific book about the history of the ku klux klan called the second coming of the kkk and the author linda gordon shows how the clan which was originally focused on violently suppressing blacks in the south was reborn in the 1920s as a nationwide movement and in this second integration the klan targeted not only african americans would jews catholics muslims mexicanamericans and asian immigrants discrimination was the new patriotism linda gordon rights how millions of people joined the clan in the 1920s in the span of just a few years and among them were mayors congressman senators and governors it's a period with very sobering lessons for our current moment one of the things your book makes so startlingly clear is that the klan was not something that was to the side of american political life how can you illustrate how deeply the land penetrated into political office in political life howard hide it rise didn't go to the presidency of the united states well almost because several presidents were in fact members such as harry truman but most of them uh i think there were three presidents who were probably darren berry truman was a member of this yes he glass but as soon as he decided to move into the national political arena he resigned how is that not disqualifying to his entire political career there's no reason at all why should have disqualified in this was an entirely reputable supposedly legitimate organisation it was not the least bit secret they advertised in newspapers they identified themselves when they ran for office as clansman but lacking polls we can also point to the legislative and electoral achievements of the klan it then the northern 1920s clan elected eleven governors 45 kong.

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"ku" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

Politics and More Podcast

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"ku" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

"This new yorker podcast is supported by rocket mortgage by quicken loans home plays a big role in your life that's why quicken loans created rocket mortgage it lets you apply simply and understand the entire mortgage process fully so you can be confident that you're getting the right mortgage for you to get started go to rocket mortgage dot com slash political scene this is the politics and more podcast i'm david ramnik i just read a terrific book about the history of the ku klux klan called the second coming of the kkk and the author linda gordon shows how the clan which was originally focused on violently suppressing blacks in the south was reborn in the 1920s as a nationwide movement and in this second integration the klan targeted not only african americans but jews catholics muslims mexicanamericans and asian immigrants discrimination was the new patriotism linda gordon rights how millions of people joined the clan in the 1920s in the span of just a few years and among them were mayors congressman senators and governors it's a period with very sobering lessons for our current moment one of the things your book mix so startlingly clear is that the klan was not something that was to the side of american political life how can you illustrate how deeply the klan penetrated into political office and political life howard hide did rise didn't go to the presidency of the united states well almost because several presidents were in fact members such as harry truman but most of them i think there were three presidents who were probably darren berry truman was a member of this yes he glass but as soon as he decided to move into the national political arena he resigned how is that not disqualifying to his entire political career there's no reason at all why should have disqualified in this was an entirely reputable supposedly legitimate organisation it was not the least bit secret they advertised in newspapers they identified themselves when they ran for office as clansman but lacking polls we can also point to the legislative and electoral achievements of the klan it then the northern 1920s clan elected.

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"ku" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"ku" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"The democratic party history teaches us i'm not being biased vehicle study it folks history teaches us that it was a democratic party for 245 years held black people as chat slaves it was the democratic party created the ku klux klan to enforce their jim crow laws against black people for peres george was democrats you see and and the policies that are destroyed the american black family came out of socialist ideals other democratic party you see consented sought the democratic party in my opinion it's probably the most racist political entity in the history of humanity on par with the nazis of germany nineteen thirties and forties why have you figured it out about 10 of figured it out but i guarantee oprah winfrey runs for president and three years there's going to be 95 you black folks are going to vote for oprah winfrey and she wants to wants to heal the nation what the hell does that mean then no bomb i have eight years to heal the nation then we'll i have eight years to build up the black middle class then no bomb have eight years doing prove black urban schools that are failing a dysfunctional if that didn't happen for those eight years what the hell's oprah gonna do not the intent of the socialist agenda that comes out of eastern europe that comes out of russia remember my remember trotzky linen and and and and what's other guy marsh the whole idea was to use crises and and broken situations and country to create chaos us and then.

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"ku" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"ku" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Conservatives you know uh you know they're they're taking a stance endured favor probation ernie galvanized the movement that way that you know they're they're not they're not ignorant violet insane racists they're just you know just little boys try and keep america's moral pure that's all guys to keep her very sober did you ever the kids uh they were good guys you know who flock mexicans there were the the the nice guys who tartan feather doctors performed abortions dare strongarmed politicians they were they were just good old guys who lynched unarmed innocent black citizens and just fine fellows who showed up on night rides terrified abuse prostitutes into beaten sometimes kill jewish people did you don't just go guys who terrified young women found writing cards with men of any color uh just you know just just keep every safe even had a number of auxiliaries for children which had name such as the junior ku klux klan detriot k kclub and the ku klux kitties i wish i was making that up the ku klux kitty fucking kidding me that sounds like something out an snl sketch wherever the headline but their little songs and everything to we're the ku klux kedes an want to be your powell at your white worthy kugler kiddies funloving boys and gals who are the ku klux kedes our friend does need if and when we grow up props do won't be able to read his work i i don't know i didn't i didn't see they have good songs all right good songs again keep minds i'm doing this doing from a hotel room freaking out people next door clan members added allowed the 22 normalize organization make more peel into mainstream white america to shut up by church on sunday morning donate money the rent charity drives through gritted parties for orphans raise money to build protestant only hospitals preston approximately hospitals again the sowed so nero children's hospitals to help kids get better as long as of kids are white believe in creationism air protestant and oh in and now communist or even a liberal.

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"ku" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"ku" Discussed on WTVN

"Cnn fake news now i just wanna tell you and give you a little bit of news that we're going to give you on this program that you're not going to get anywhere else in the media today so men my staff and my team we did a lot this weekend we a working all weekend and we got so many instances of the president condemning the ku klux klan and david duke and white supremacists we've got it all on tape over the years we've got the president disavowing just david duke a whole montage of that we've got the the montage of the media from this weekend literally you would think conservatives support neonazis tape which is a false narrative we also have examples from the left and how those on the left literally have have in these radical less optus groups not only of said the most incendiary horror of horrific things but then they get invitations to the white house and then the media ignores it and ignores everything you know is because this is only a narrative this is our guest a game for them this is politics for them i don't think racism should be political racism ms evil and repugnant these people that started this this weekend are repugnant they're not conservative reagan conservatives like me and not like the republican party or anybody i know in the republican party the not donald trump donald trump doesn't support these people never has never will and it's the way the media is spinning this narrative all make the case when we get back and you'll get to hear the audio you won't hear anywhere else because that's what we do and we've got mike huckabee now we got pastor daryll scott we got dini borelli we've got reverend see o'brien and so much more eight hundred nine forty one sean our number.

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"ku" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"ku" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"What cnn fake news now i just wanna tell you and give you a little bit of news that we're going to give you on this program that you're not going to get anywhere else in the media today so me and my staff and my team we did a lot this weekend we're working on all weekend and we got so many instances of the president condemning the ku klux klan and david duke and white supremacists a we've got it all on tape over the years we've got the president disavowing just david duke a whole montage while that we've got the the montage of the media from this weekend literally you would think conservatives support neonazis tape which is a false narrative we also have examples from the left and how those on the left literally have have in these radical leftist groups not only of said the most incendiary horrible horrific things but then they get invitations to the white house and in the media ignores it and ignores everything you know is because this is only a narrative this is against a game for them this is politics for them i don't think racism should be political racism is evil and repugnant these people that started this this weekend are repugnant they are not conservative they're not reagan conservatives like me they're not like the republican party or anybody i know in the republican party the not donald trump donald trump doesn't support these people never has never will and it's the way the media is spinning this narrative wall make the case when we get back and you'll get to hear the audio you won't hear anywhere else because that's what we do and we've got my coffee than we got pastor daryll scott we got dini borelli we.

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