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Elizabeth Warren Challenges Michael Bloomberg on 'Kill It' Abortion Comment
"We crossed the top of the hour. We continue our coverage of tonight's democratic debate from Charleston South Carolina as we said in the last hour. One of the biggest moments came early on Elizabeth Warren directed at Michael Bloomberg. When I was twenty one years old I got my first job as a special education teacher. I love that job and by the end of the first year. I was visibly pregnant. The principal wished me luck and gave my job to someone else so I packed stuff and I went home. At least I didn't have a boss who said to me. Kill it the way that Mayor Bloomberg never led said to one of them on employees. I never said that they were the record of truism teacher in New York City. She would never have had that problem. We treated our teachers. The right way mayor Bloomberg went on with a longer explanation of what was part of a legal case standing by with Chris Matthews in the Spin Room Senator Elizabeth Warren. Thank you so much Brian. Do you believe that? The former mayor of New York said that to a pregnant employee. Well pregnant employee said that he did. Why shouldn't I believe her? You know I'm just really tired of this world. This one is personal for me. It really is but you aim. Hi pregnancy discrimination is real and we have gone on and on and on where people say. Oh I can't really believe the woman really why not Mayor Bloomberg has nondisclosure agreements. For who knows how many women and it's not just the one the whole point is how can you actually trust someone who will not just say look? I'm going to wave on nondisclosure on sexual harassment and discrimination. Anybody who has a story to tell can come with. Everybody deserves incredible response when they make a charge like that. My question about him. You believe he's lying. I believe the woman you believe. Which was he's not telling the truth and why we live because just to protect themselves. Yeah and why would she? If that's the question why breaking as the Gospel to make sure you're clear about this. You're confident of your accusation. But all I know is what she said what he said and I've been on her end of in the sense of discrimination based on pregnancy. It happens all across this country and men all across this country. Oh my gosh he never would have said. Yeah really okay. Let's talk about redlining that we're talking about an audience down here. A heavily African American Uh constituency down here and just put. These are tough charges. What is it that he did red lining that you believe is bad? Have you seen the video? And which he describes that the housing crisis see there had been redlining and then the government caught involved and forced all of these banks to lend money to poor people and then hit. That's how he describes the housing crisis. That's blaming African Americans and Latinos who were discriminated against on housing for decades. The very act that created a black white wealth gap that persists until this day. He blames that on the people who were victimized by you. Don't here's the thing it's redlining and what happened afterwards. You know after nine hundred and sixty five when redlining was finally made illegal. We just kind of go to neutral laws. African Americans start buying homes at higher rates. And then what happens? The giant banks on Wall Street target African American Communities Target Latino communities for the worst of the worst mortgages stripping whatever wealth had been those homes back away from them of course then took it nationwide and crash. The entice fits complete with your career. I don't I don't doubt a bit of what you've been saying but strategically. Why did you decide to go after Bloomberg tonight and not Bernie Sanders? Who is really rowing? Up The score. Right down this fight so I gotTa Tell You. I think is is the riskiest candidates standing on that stage. He is risky because he's already spent a half a billion dollars nearly as that what he's crowding in on at this point and because he thinks he can buy this election and he puts out on TV with all his millions and millions and millions of dollars this image of Michael Bloomberg that just doesn't fit reality Bernie Sanders. I don't know but I think that he would be view. Worst nominee for the Democrats and he is the worst nominee because he cannot be trusted by the base of the Democratic Party. Let's shift the attention to Bernie Sanders. Who is doing very well right now. You may wind down. And you may wind down here Let me ask you about your your. Very strong statement about him was that you can do a better job as that's that gets to executive ability it gets to relations with other political figures gets to effectiveness. And where do you? Where do you found that? What's your basis for saying it's experience notice your ability as a as a legislator compared to him give me some anecdotal evidence where you are better better president potentially the he is so Bernie and I both wanted to rein in Wall Street of the financial crash of two thousand and eight gave both of us a chance to do that but I was. The one who did the hard work fought with wall. Street fought with the banks built the coalitions and actually one and got the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau passed into law. That's a great accomplishment. Let me ask you giving star where he had to fight against other only have a couple of minutes show host out. I worked on the hill longtime and I watched what could get done. What could I watch the filibuster? Sixty vote requirement every serious legislative initiative. You need sixty votes or at least to the US reconciliation. Which deals with fiscal totals? And you can use that sometimes to just operate with a majority now. Everybody has ideas. You've got much more modest ideas than Bernie in terms of quick this and universality and all that other things how do you get anything through Congress that so fifty fifty divided since the end of fifty fifty roughly one side of the other? You know it's GonNa end up point about I'm willing Mitch. Mcconnell does what he did to Barack Obama them. I'm willing to roll back the filibuster. How many votes does that take the fifty one? Or fifty it can use the nuclear option. Guesswork at look part of it is it. Depends on what Mitch McConnell if he stays in blocking position. But here's the assure agreed to do this. Here's the majority leader's. The party is majority leader. I haven't asked it is. I have been out building the foundation for this for over a year building allies. Because that's how you get things on if we want a president. Who gets things done to look? After the last debate I was a quarter of a million people came to Elizabeth Warren Dot Com. And said I want to join this? I want to be part of this fight. I think that's where we are again tonight. I hope it does go done. You got to think through. How do you have a roll-call Fifty Democrats for maybe a couple of Republicans who will get rid of the filibuster? Do you know what that can happen. So it doesn't happen if you don't get out there and build it when I started fighting for the Consumer Financial Protecion Bureau's do you know what the odds were. They were like ninety nine to one. Nobody thought we could do this. We not only were up against every republic show. We were up against half the Democrats but you stay after eight. You reel it in US pressure from the outside to build the coalition. Sometimes you have to make a compromise. Stark legislation passed with only a fifty fifty situation. What I think because this is an issue. Here's took Ted Kennedy and sixty fifty nine other. Democrats to get sea. It took sixty. And you'RE GONNA burn. You're talking about big changes that you would get in a fifty fifty. Is that health and country. Look what country is where it is progressive or can I have one chance to make transformative change. And we better do it. We better be effective on this. And here's the thing. We cancel that student loan debt. There's no going back. We make that investment in universal childcare. There's no going back. We make that investment in housing. There's no going back that's what we need to do. Make the transformative change. Get it through. And then we're going to hang onto it because we his transformative we will change this country. That's why I'm in the Spike Chris. I can tell thank you very much and everybody knows you mean it. Thank you very much Elizabeth Warren. Us Senator from Massachusetts back
Are Cell Phones the Cigarettes of the 21st Century?
"We go with Dr Joseph McCulloch Doctor mccalla. Welcome back to the podcast so great to chat with the again. Well it's great to be here Jesse. Yeah we got a lot to get into. I loved your New Book On. Ems and I love the title. Em assist perfect. My sister's responsible for that one love it. I'm sure people are gonNA love it as well as we jump in here. I think it's important to talk about how you first became aware of ems. I know for you. This has been something on your radar for about twenty years. Some curious how did you initially come in contact with them? And what was your initial reaction. Well because I've got a website that seeks to educate the public about health issues. I became aware of this a long time ago about two decades ago as you mentioned and it was pretty clear if you if you're serving the literature that this is an issue so I knew about it. I accepted that they were an issue but reluctantly chose to accept it. Fully embrace it and act upon it in a way that would protect me specifically largely because I fell prey to the deceptive campaigns by the wireless industry essentially replicated the patterns of the tobacco industry. They absolutely do work. They seek to create doubt and confusion. Which is a primary strategy and they certainly did my mind than they effectively by spinning off of many other ostensibly credible research studies. That suggested. There wasn't an issue. So pretty this doubt this lack of scientific certainty and unlike tobacco which has very clear and strong suggestions that. There's something going on here. I mean just common sense. Why would you inhale something? That's Y- smoke into your lungs. I mean it just doesn't make sense is not going to be an issue but wireless radiation. It doesn't have that at all in fact to other counters at our amazing Lee beneficial to us and that is incredibly inconvenient prize with all these tools easy access to the greatest innovation history of mankind. Which is the Internet. And it's invisible. You can't hear see it smell it so you're just never aware that you're being enveloped with these exposures with that. In the convenience aspect primarily I just shows to be remained ignorant and at ignorant but chose to embrace it in full and take measures to counteract it and I didn't really get motivated to get more serious about it until one of my mentors. Dr Klinghoffer confronted me with this. He's a clinician. For many years in sees a large number of people still in the trenches being patient some of the sickest patients in the world sees in Europe and in the US and one of his basic tenants as he refuses to see someone. Unless they're gonNA mitigate the M. F. Exposures because he knows that there's not going to get better so that to me was a giant clue and I got serious about in once I started studying it and it took me three years to compile information. This book became real obvious that this was indeed. A real threat in that the source of the confusion was the wireless industry and they're far more sophisticated than tobacco industry. Everyone knows how effective they were. I mean Jay's we had every federal regulatory agency telling us in warning of the dangers of cigarette smoking yet they still persisted for thirty years before we finally got the black box warnings and telling people very clearly authoritatively that these are dangerous and I think everyone listening most likely can remember when the four five. Ceo's of all the major tobacco industries testifying before Congress saying one that cigarettes were not addictive and to to the best of their knowledge did not cause cancer. They were lying through their teeth. It took that long and they still lied. But finally attorney generals were able to correct that in impose tens of billions of dollars in sanctions against them. And we're going to head towards a similar result with the wireless intrigued but it's going to probably take another twenty thirty forty years. I mean because the evidence is so clear and compelling once you objectively review it and before we get deep into the nitty gritty here. I think it's important. Were on the same page and to get there. Can you explain exactly what? Ems are sure mfs is an acronym is your electromagnetic fields and describes the entire range spectrum. Which can be anywhere from a fraction of a cycle per second which is called hurts too many billions of or even hundreds of thousands of billions of cycles. Per Second. Not all you must are dangerous. We've been exposed to EMS since air entire human biological history and example of those would be sunlight. Sunlight isn't enough broadly. They're broken down into two different categories. I O nizing radiation in which there is some from sunlight. Ultraviolet radiation was gives us our son Tannin. Vitamin D is actually ionizing radiation. That's when you get too much you'll get a thermal burn as dangerous. You don't WanNa get excessive something like that but obviously some as important to stay healthy. I don't think any rational human being other than a dermatologist. Which hard to classifies rational most of the time would disagree with that and we've had relatively low exposures. I mean they're earth actually emits certain very low level. Emf's Shuman Resin Sake. Seventy eight hurts or so but this is very low level but the exposures that we're most concerned about our manmade ones which didn't really exist before the late eighteen eighties or so electrical fields radiofrequency feels these were not around the planet but they started becoming more prominent even though they were around for four years at the end of World War. One they were still pretty low and if you compare the levels of a typical major exposure we're concerned with which radio frequencies which is about two to five Gigahertz Gigahertz as a billion cycles per second those are the frequency that your microwave oven runs on and your cellphone. They're almost identical frequencies. The industry uses heat thermal damage as a measure of the safety. Because it's the same for microwave. So their thought is that if it's not heating your tissue like a microwave than can't possibly cause biological damage will go back to that later. There's this broad spectrum of ems the end of world will want certain level even though ems. Were around be as we're ROTHROCK FORTY YEARS? It was still relatively low out century later. Nineteen or twenty twenty. We are literally at a billion billion times higher exposure than we were a hundred years ago. That's ten to the fifteenth. So it's hard to imagine that an increase in that type of magnitude of exposure wouldn't have some biological impact so today for example getting into the different man media mass. There's four different types. One being radio frequencies than we got magnetic fields electric fields and dirty electricity. Well Yeah. Those are the primary mimic exposures note. Nature does create radio frequencies to I mean they exist in stars amid him. I think you'll see there are out there but the really really low exposures if you were to measure them they be. I mean it almost immeasurable by most commercial equipment so the issue is not only the frequency but the amount of intensity of exposure them out of power. That's being broadcast into your tissue right. We're going to be looking at the Manmade Weinstein how we can lessen or totally eliminate the impact on the human body. You talked about the SARS and you talked about the effect of this radiation causing heat on the tissue so first of all I just want to get into the FCC here. 'cause they're the ones that are creating these guidelines and the guidelines they're creating have to do with heating tissue so let's go a bit deeper into this and talk about SARS and in the measurement that we're using here and how that works will SARS is another acronym again stands for a specific absorption. I forget the IRS Stanford but essentially it's a term used to describe how much heat is generated when you're exposed to electronic device and it's not unreasonable because it is. I says microwave transmitter. So it will vibrate your tissues as certain frequency and create. He'd and he'd can clearly 'cause biologic damage and it can be an indirect indicator of the amount of danger. That's there but by no means a direct because we know now very clearly and there's literally hundreds if not thousands of studies have proved conclusively that is not the heating damage is what we call the non thermal effects and for the longest time it. We really confused me. No one really knew or understood. What the biologic mechanism was for these. Non Thermal Effects. We just knew. That's what causes damage. We knew it was heating was very very clear was not heating the tissue and if you go abide by these standards FCC I think just adopted him from another professional agency is like International Electrical Standards Agency that they took that from and they've got these models based on but even using this flawed model they use this model that is called Sam which was patterned after a six foot. Two or four military guy was weighed about two hundred thirty pounds sale very large head and it totally different characteristics than a child. They're measuring SAR based on that model. So it's flawed and they're not measure for children also it's slugged begin with but even using that model. It's still an indirect indication because it will give you an indication of the amount of power that's being generated by that devise. But you cannot you simply cannot use. Sars is indication of the safety of your phone because it isn't other than you maybe can compare models and will lower star rating. Might be a little safer but you still need the shield yourself because exposure this will clearly increase your risk of biological damage in the most common would be cancer but you know what I call cell phones to cigarettes of the twentieth century for good reason because there's so many similarities. Not only did they wireless industry pattern their tactics after tobacco but they also in many ways are almost identical with the mechanism of the Holocaust. Har- They do not hurt you. After one exposure or exposure for a week a month or maybe even a decade it takes these is a long term chronic exposure. Where ultimately you'll succumb to the biologic damage. So this is a new experiment. Most people listening to this if not been exposed to their cell phone for more than two decades. I mean there are some but there's like no one more than three decades and debt still maybe under the window a word required exposures going to occur to encounter these side effects and you know people can smoke for four or five decades and still not have cancer now. They make succumb to other reasons. Like my mom who's longtime smoker and was confusing to see by the tobacco industry and she ultimately wound up dying from complications from COPD or emphysema. So you don't necessarily have to die directly from cancer but there's a lot of people coming down with brain cancer as and even prominent celebrities. We have two senators Ted Kennedy and John McCain who both died from brain cancer secondary to cell phone
Trump lawyer Dershowitz argues president can't be impeached for an act he thinks will help his reelection
"Because well the drama in Capitol Hill is whether that vote tomorrow will produce for rebel Republican senators who will say you know what we've sat here we have enabled calm and they read all questions on the cue card Chief Justice Roberts but I think will need to hear a little bit more from Bolton himself maybe some of the documents we don't know what that what that vote will amount to at this point I guess if you were taking action like you would Superbowl action between the chiefs and the San Francisco forty Niners now take fifty fifty it's it's sort of suede it looked like they had the Republicans they will more than four now looks like maybe they don't so we'll see how it turns out but while all that was taking place while McConnell was meeting separately with mark how ski apparently trying to convince a no no you don't want to join Collins said and Romney on that and become the Republican senator number three to jump ship Alan Dershowitz who's considered the legal beagle from Harvey took to the floor in defense of the president of the United States is part of the legal team I made an argument I did not the socks off of people whether your legal experts or you would just pragmatic in common sense no matter what your politics all over the world will watching in fact he talked about the quid pro quo that would be used towards gaining an edge in an upcoming election of a sitting president every public official what I know believes that his election is in the public interest and mostly right your election is in the public interest in for president does something which he believes will help him get elected in the public interest that cannot be the kind of quid pro quo that results in impeachment I wish I was I literally went wow if that's that's their defense that's their final word on this that is bad because I need so basically what he's saying is president is a green lit what to do what ever the hell he wants as long as he's saying and the presidential interest me getting reelected is omnipotent yeah infallible and because he's already present he or she should have the right to use a quid pro quo in order to stay in office because it's to our benefit it's the people spend in fact right so that I'm not miss quoting it and will obviously allow all of our listeners to weigh in as to what Alan Dershowitz men on them is one eight hundred eight four eight W. A. B. C. that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two listen to what he said from the well of the Senate yesterday that has people shaking their head light I thought this was the legal lion of Harvard every public official that I know believes that his election is in the public interest and mostly right your election is in the public interest in for president does something which he believes will help him get elected in the public interest I cannot be the kind of quid pro quo that results in impeachment the reason our fathers created this concept of impeachment was very simple presidents are not gods they're not kings they're Americans who have been chosen to serve the country not their families not their friends not themselves but the United States of America and our founding fathers understood that man can be a moral man can be corrupt and so they set up a system of checks and balances are and further protected the country with the act of impeachment but now our president's legal team has suggested that anything the president wants to do as long as he claims that it's done in the national interest of getting reelected he can do right yes carte Blanche to behave with unrestrained abandoned if you once and if you're already a sitting president and he seems to imply it's in our public interest that you continue to be present and fulfill the two term limit and if it means dealing with a foreign power in which you do a quid pro quo okay look we're helping you with giving you a I need you to help in terms of digging up dirt on my adversaries my opponents whether they're running against me in a primary like Jimmy Carter remember had primary was primary by Ted Kennedy before he had to run for reelection against Ronald Reagan when he lost think of that think of the ramifications and then naturally everyone was stunned because he remember woozy Alan Dershowitz who was so different during Clinton Bill Clinton's impeachment what happened since nineteen ninety eight is that I studied more did more research read more documents and like any academic older my views so so in in so it's his mind there is there is no such thing as abuse of power when you're president so yes he may have pressure Ukraine to dig up dirt to trash Joe Biden he may have held they have hundreds of millions of dollars allocated money to Ukraine to add to the pressure but it's okay because even using the power of your office to serve yourself is okay if you are president I have to tell you guys this is the GOP's argument and if if you support this if the if the senator support this and they reelect him and his supporters you will be ending democracy as we know and I'll tell you as a former Republican lifelong I'm fairly certain will not go down on the right side of history with this one does she which as a former Democrat solid Democrat right across the board he's basically saying because now he is a supporter of the Republicans that he has a different view but as a lawyer let's face it he didn't say this he's a Hessian he's a mercenary lawyers are trying to argue a case both point at the same time in Los right will look the perfect example kellyanne Conway I'm not picking on her because she's trumps person but she has been she was you early on in the campaigns she was ripping trump apart as was one zero and this is what they do but I mean this is this is all about what's going to happen to this country and the democracy but the country this is a man whose reputation for being bright when it comes to legal matters and giving it to you straight has now been dramatically compromise because he has basically said you know when I was a Democrat I sure did Democrat way now that I support the president and the Republicans because save embrace me I see it the
"ted kennedy" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"Ted was drinking on the night of the accident however ever all of these unanswered questions still don't address one of the key questions in this incident. How much was Ted Kennedy to blame for what happened so let's take a second and assume that the official story is as Ted told it he got turned around on the road crashed. The car thought he was is doing everything he could save Mary Jo but was so shocked by the crash that he wasn't thinking straight. His inaction almost becomes palatable eligible. If you accept that all these things are true assuming that he was correct in thinking Mary Jo Really did perish just minutes after the car hit the water our last theory examines the actual death of Mary Jo Kopechne -I the confirmed cause of death and the question Stian of how long she may have survived in the car after Ted abandoned her recall. The generally known facts of the crash Ted Kennedy was driving. Mary Joe was in the passenger seat. He was tearing down the unpaved. Unlit Dyke Road at around twenty miles an hour when he spotted the end of the road marked by dike hike bridge in the pond beyond Ted couldn't hit the brakes fast enough and the car crashed over the edge of the drop off and hit the water it turned over whereas it submerged landing on its roof at the foot of the pond ten feet below the surface. Ted was able to get free from the car and swim to the surface he claimed to have swum back down to the car a number of times to try and free Mary Jo but he was disoriented from the shock of the crash and the water was pitch black so he couldn't see her well enough to help by the time. Tan decided to leave the scene in return to the cottage. Several minutes had passed. He assume that too much time had passed since the car sunk below the surface and that there was no way that Mary Jo could still be alive. She must have drowned wound. This conclusion also makes up for part of Ted's justification for not telling more people about the crash until the next morning with the darkness of the night and the cold water he worried that if he started to tell the other party guests it might prompt a wider rescue attempt and even more people could've gotten hurt the claim that he was protecting the other women at the party from sharing Mary. Jo's fate doesn't really hold up at all. It doesn't especially especially given the fact that Ted passed a firehouse on his way back to the cottage and could have roused trained rescue professionals easily but the extent end of Ted's negligence became more complicated after the car with Mary Jo Kopechne as bodies still inside was retrieved the next morning on the morning of July nineteenth while head was mulling over his options at his hotel a fisherman and his son spotted the car on the bottom of the the pond fire and rescue or summoned to examine and recover the car at approximately eight forty five in the morning John Farrar captain. The fire rescue unit arrived with scuba gear. He swam down to the car and found Mary. Jo's body inside. He removed her from the vehicle and carried her back to the shore. The subsequent investigation published the position. Mary Jo's body was in when she was found. Donald Mills tells the medical examiner who performed the autopsy to Claire Drowning as the cause of death. This would be in line with the story that Ted Kennedy told but there were dissenters in John Farrar is account. He describes Mary Jo's body.
"ted kennedy" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"Operated one of the biggest Ponzi schemes of all time conning thing thousands of clients out of almost sixty five billion dollars spot the con- before it finds you listen to con artists search for and subscribe to Con Artists On Sure to stick around after this show to hear a clip of the first episode of Con Artists. Now back to the story time time is among the most important factors in the mysteries of what happened on Chappaquiddick island on the evening of July Eighteenth nineteen sixty nine because us of the fact that Ted Kennedy waited ten hours before alerting authorities. There was plenty of time for the important details of the case to be lost or or on a more sinister note. There was plenty of time for Kennedy to craft his story. Our second conspiracy theory is that Ted Kennedy he was either intoxicated or otherwise impaired when he crashed the car even if he wasn't this theory puts forth that something was off with his State of mind that night and whatever it was directly led to the crash and Mary Jo's death when the story of the accident I broke. There were two main in questions that arose. What was Mary Jo Kopechne e doing in Ted Kennedy's car and was Ted Kennedy Drunk Ted Kennedy. He didn't drive at least didn't often drive given his substantial personal fortune and high status as United States. Senator Ted had a chauffeured referred to cover. Most of his transportation needs in fact. Ted's personal chauffeur. John Crimmins was at the cottage party on Chappaquiddick island on the night of the incident. prims was a guest. That's considered to be true but he was also there in some capacity as Ted Kennedy's driver river so when Ted Kennedy prepared to leave. Why didn't crimmins leave with him when asked later? Ted stated that he didn't want to pull crimmins wins away from the party to take him home. CRIMMINS was still enjoying his meal and the company. It's odd the crimmins would be preoccupied with a meal since it was after eleven at night when Kennedy made to leave that maybe that really was the case given the full day of partying and relaxing. There's one thing to note here though we're unsure what to read into it. According to the official account Ted Kennedy retrieved his car keys from crimmins after Mary. Jo asked him for a ride home. This could mean that Ted was planning on having crimmins drive him home until Mary. Jo asked for a ride. If he wasn't planning on driving he might have been drinking. Mary Jo by all accounts was a smart capable woman and it would have been very out of character for her to be drinking drinking heavily at an event like this but she hadn't driven herself to the party and thus wouldn't have needed to worry about keeping an eye on her drinking. There are some uncorroborated reports that she had drunk at least some amount of alcohol at the party. She may not have been impaired but she also may not have noticed if Ted was not in a condition to drive now crimmins was both Kennedy's driver and occasional aid he knew the man well and it's not a stretch to to assume that he would have noticed if Ted was too drunk to drive himself. The fact that he handed over the keys to the car would seem to indicate that as far as the partygoers eighty goers were concerned. Ted was only fine the big discrepancy that may lead one to ask if Ted was drunk or not has to do with the geography a Chappaquiddick island.
"ted kennedy" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"A full ninety minutes passed between when Kennedy left the Party was Mary Jo and when he crashed his car off dike bridge this naturally leads to the question of what happened during that missing time and why would kennedy lie about it. was there more to the story of what happened that night before with a crash. Could it be possible that Ted's intentions for Mary. Jo were less than honorable or maybe even that she was dead before the car. I sank into the river. It's no worthy that Kennedy claimed to have been back in his hotel by two twenty five in the morning given the distance between the crash site the cottage and Kennedy's own statement about how he recruited Paul Markham in Joe Gorgan to try and Rescue Mary Jo from the car it would have been possible for him to be back in the hotel that time if he crashed the car at eleven fifteen but the time line seems much less likely if he actually crashed the car closer to one in the morning this particular theory deal simply with whether Ted Kennedy crashed when he says he did unfortunately there's not much to go off of besides two conflicting accounts from fifty years ago although don't forget the Ted did speak to the innkeeper at his hotel and that was believed to have happened between two and three in the morning honestly what seems most likely is that both Ted Kennedy and look are telling what they believed to be the truth if look got his time wrong then it's entirely possible that he did see Ted and Mary Jo in the car but <music> at an earlier time than twelve forty A._M.. But this still doesn't account for why Ted didn't mention pulling over on the side of the road I give it a nine out of tin that the official stories timeline is falls at least to some degree what I'm not sure about is whether that's intentional or just a byproduct kicked of Ted failing to recall exact details about a night where he crashed his car nearly drowned and probably when to some degree of shock no regardless regardless of intent looks story does raise some questions why was Kennedy pulled over in the first place and if he was telling the truth. Why did his version version of the story not explain why he was pulled over that night? Could it be that he didn't remember pulling over in the first place or perhaps Ted needed it to withhold the real reason that he was pulled over. Could it be that he realized he needed to sober out next. We'll look look at the various conspiracies about Ted and Mary Jo's states of mind in those fateful final minutes before the crash uh they seem like a friend or even family you trust them with your life but behind the promises of fame.
"ted kennedy" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"This is our second and final episode on the Chappaquiddick incident of nineteen sixty nine when rising star Senator Senator Ted Kennedy crashed his car into a pond on Chappaquiddick island the incident resulted in the death of Mary Jo Kopechne e and to this day there are questions regarding how she died why she was in the car and what led Ted Kennedy to wait ten hours before notifying lying the authorities that he had left a woman trapped in a submerged vehicle. The chappaquiddick incident is among the most famous political scandals in American history three and is seen as the key reason that Ted Kennedy never had the chance to follow in his brother's footsteps for real shot at a presidential run but the legacy of the entire affair is inherently problematic in no small part because we tend to refer to it as a political scandal and not on a case of manslaughter over the past ten years ever since Ted Kennedy passed away at has come to be accepted that the real story story of Chappaquiddick may never be known after all the two people who were in the car that night are both dead and gone and this episode episode. We're going to examine the unanswered questions that still swirl today over the chappaquiddick incident our first conspiracy theory is the Ted Kennedy's Kennedy's account of when he left the Party and when he crashed is false this is best evidenced by the so called missing our between when and Ted Kennedy left the Party and when he was supposedly spotted by a sheriff's deputy over an hour later our second conspiracy theory is that Ted Kennedy he was intoxicated or otherwise impaired that night and that this was the reason for both the crash and his actions immediately following it finally Ted Kennedy waited ten hours before he reported the crash. It's been suggested though obviously never proven that Mary Jo lived for much longer than initially suspected and that she may have been rescued. If only Ted had gone for help in our last episode we discussed the decades long series of events that ultimately led to Ted Kennedy and Mary Jo Kopechne e attending that party on Chappaquiddick island on the evening of July Eighteenth nineteen sixty nine ted was the youngest son of Joseph Kennedy Senior. The New England millionaire and Patriarch of of the Kennedy Family Joe Senior groomed his sons to succeed in politics but between nineteen forty.
"ted kennedy" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"Time magazine Love Ted Kennedy in his final years in the mid to late `oughts the weekly Lee magazine published a number of profiles on the long-serving Senator has it began to succumb to health issues seemingly signaling that his time on this earth was coming coming to an end they wrote of his suffering how he had persevered through the tragic assassinations of his brothers John and Robert Kennedy and his own physical trauma from a nineteen sixty four plane crash that left him in chronic pain the articles covered his political legacy naming him as the lion of the Senate crediting him for Supporting Barack Obama in the Democratic primaries and leaving him toward his nomination for president his political record comes up two by two thousand eight Ted Kennedy was the third longest serving senator in the history of the union with eight consecutive terms serving the people of Massachusetts and America at large what the illustrious magazine failed to mention in these series of profiles was the great great black mark of Ted Kennedy's career in July of nineteen sixty nine in the middle of the night. Ted Kennedy drove his car. You're off a bridge on Chappaquiddick Island in Massachusetts in crashed into a pond. The car quickly sank Kennedy managed to to escape but his passenger twenty eight year old Mary Jo Kopechne he was pinned. She drowned in the dark Ted Kennedy. It did not report the incident for ten hours what happened during that time has led to numerous theories about timelines intentions NHS drunk driving and cover-ups orchestrated by powerful individuals all of its swirls around the question. What really really happened that night? What exactly did Ted Kennedy get away with <music>? Welcome to conspiracy theories apar- cast original every Wednesday we dig into the complicated stories behind the world's as most controversial events and search for the truth..
"ted kennedy" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"The result of a mistake in item value and opportunity a relationship life is a series of decisions many of them binary each one offering potential paths that fate may take us down. Every action has an effect every choice a consequence and sometimes in the rarest of occasions a person is is presented with a life or death choice that will come to define them. That was the case for Senator Ted Kennedy in the summer of Nineteen sixty-nine on Chappaquiddick Island in Massachusetts though the official account of what happened that night is somewhat muddled. The facts are as follows late at night after a party Kennedy set off down Chappaquiddick road in his oldsmobile with him was Mary Jo Kopechne acne a former campaign staffer for the recently assassinated Robert Kennedy. There was an accident. The car hit a barrier and flipped over into the water. Ted Got out and survived but Mary Mary Jo was left trapped in the car. Ted Kennedy did not inform the police about the accident until ten hours later when the car was recovered in Mary. Jo's body was found inside the initial reaction Ocean from the divers was that she hadn't actually drowned she'd suffocated and if Ted Kennedy had called the police immediately she may still be alive today. Welcome to conspiracy theories apar- cast original every Wednesday we dig into the complicated stories behind the world's most controversial events in search for the truth. I'm Carter Roy and I'm only Brandenburg and neither of us are conspiracy theorists but we are open minded skeptical and curious. Don't get US wrong long..
Misleading Tweet on Chappaquiddick 50th Anniversary Proves Media Still Covering Up
"The AP puts out today now this is from their AP images Twitter so it's not a P. it's a PM edges which is a blue check mark by the way they've got a picture of the dike bridge in Chappaquiddick and the Oldsmobile you know listing it's as it's been pulled out up on the beach in here is what they tweet about on the anniversary of Chappaquiddick quote fifty years ago today senator Edward M. Kennedy left a party on Chappaquiddick island near Martha's vineyard with Mary Jo compact need twenty eight some time later Kennedy's car went off a bridge into the water Kennedy was able to escape but kept acne drowned and tweet is that what happened that's that's what the AP images is putting forth as for example brit Hume I don't want to steal somebody's thing but as brit Hume says it's been fifty years in the media is still covering for him and that's so true I mean so fifty years ago a car went off a bridge Ted Kennedy was able to escape and Mary Jo drowned what's their tweed gonna be and what what's the anniversary of the OJ murder fifty years later as a P. images gonna say twenty and twenty forty four so in twenty forty four AP images tweets out fifty years ago Nicole brown Simpson went for dinner and when she came home she passed away yeah they don't do anything for the twenty fifth this year to that but a buddy I mean can you imagine through this prism how we look at history right in nineteen sixty three on this day right on F. Kennedy was in Dallas and the one for any trouble or something like yeah you gotta be joking me well for that one we have laning reading so she went down there and a little investigative work it will always get back to that live music thank you where is allegedly shot speaking of conspiracy thank you did you read any of the comments on this AP images one guy has a couple good ones Jeff's diary rights you forgot the part where he just went home and left her to drown because he was drunk and didn't want the police to find out hash tag smooth criminal there is no that's again the last line Kennedy was able to escape but compact me drown that's everything in the toward that's the mud that's the thing she was again no one knows for sure whether you know was she passed out in the back did she hit her head there was claw marks on the top of the car and she wasn't there where the these last air pocket what a better hair and was there for her mouth was there so she was apparently struggling until the end but what we know is that he did not he he left her he laughter there in then they concocted a story to try and cover it up and yet the A. P. puts our Kelly was able to escape but compactly you like they both were swimming against the tide waffles as what the AP would have you believe all my god they got up rushing waters everyone is reaching Kennedy was able to make it back but she unfortunately wasn't that's not what happened what else you got any other good comments on Jenner suitable for air doing the best you can going on I got the Jamie three stars raise the Kennedys and cleanse never tried and convicted of crimes because of their names and money Hey it's just did I mean this is the epitome of like fake news right like you are covering for somebody when we all know now well we don't know the exact details of what happened we know one enough of the details of what happened Vegas or bust thirty five rights Kennedy X. gave the Karen got out of the water and left Mary Jo compact need to drown he went home and went to bed telling know until the next day the media and Democrats were complicit in helping with the cover up apparently at a P. images is still complicit that's it exactly again the way there right Kennedy's car when off a bridge into the water R. A. P. any having the vehicle first of all let's start there Kennedy was able to escape compactly drowned it's on but that's unbelievable so everything that people are saying about the today show one the today show is just having fun like there they don't believe in the conspiracy theory but they're gonna do a piece on it because that's out there I just in the same way you can do a piece on flat earth is if you want find doesn't bother me in the least any conspiracy theory of thing to DO leprechauns exist coming up at nine great I've added unicorns big for its center this one this one you know what you're putting down is inaccurate or ridiculously misleading in you tweeted out anyway because old habits Die Hard apparently fifty years ago you were covered for the guy and now you're covering for the guy again you want to the opposite of this waffles would be and I I'd ask you which one is more accurate fifty years ago today senator Ted Kennedy killed Mary Jo compactly now that would be a little strong right like he didn't Klay Mara he also didn't intentionally set out to we have herd died that night well who knows the circumstances in which they were both in the car was there was just the two of them in the car whether he did go back or didn't go back no one ever you'll never know but that that is as true statement as their statement it's actually probably more true I mean because there's no doubt that because of his action she was dead whether or not he could have gotten around in there and saved her it certainly seems likely he caught of but I don't know if he drove down a second time any it's as had that he doesn't know who you know none of us will ever know but we know we didn't and we know we didn't get a ride in a car in there's no reason that he shouldn't have been able to get her out of the car there's no reason in so Kennedy was able to escape but compact me drowned that's just the most unbelievable thing I've seen in some time take it for what it's worth by the way not the cross promote but if you haven't heard I always podcast yet on Chappaquiddick did two years later you should and when you listen to what you'll find out just how ridiculous that tweet is from eight PM edges out Regis I don't know why they haven't pulled that yet or issued a correction but they
Joe Biden, Donald Trump And Sherry Preston discussed on Noon Report with Rick Van Cise
"With Joe Biden's announcement that he's running for president comes very big questions about how his campaign will run. And how much the end a hill. Testimony will come back to bite him Biden was the Senate Judiciary chairman in nineteen Ninety-one. When Anita hill testified against Justice. Clarence Thomas supreme court nomination. ABC's political director reclined spoke about it with Sherry Preston. Taking a look at that. Now, it is. So disturbing to watch that to watch what happened during that? I mean, it really really was. It is uncomfortable questions that are asked or just completely inappropriate. You know, he might have tried to call an apologized, but one thing she said is until there's real progress and women can see there's real progress. Then we're not going to get anything done to me. It's a it's a lesson to the younger colleagues that this was a signal moment. This this shape degeneration of conversations the concept of sexual harassment really wasn't in the national conversation before the Nita hill hearings. And it is so long ago. Seeing Joe Biden there is the chairman of the judiciary committee next to Strom Thurmond next Ted Kennedy. This was the the reminds you that Joe Biden is old. He'd be the oldest man ever elected president. And he was a senior statesman then back in nineteen Ninety-one and his handling of that had repercussions. And it's real for people. Not just the need. But whole generation of women who came up after that. And and I think for for the vice president part of his calling card is going to be the the fact that he has his record of service, but it is going to be an obstacle as well, and he is going to have to look backward. Even as he tries look forward. And when you talk about that gender aside when you talk about the issue of Joe Biden and his age and younger Americans who say we are ready to move on. And there's others in the Democratic Party say look, our number one issue has to be defeating Donald Trump, and that's what Joe Biden made clear in that opening video that he had he was saying this is a seminal moment in our country. We need to make this decision. So it's like you have these questions. Do you? You know, push forward with things like Medicare for all the green new deal or do you go? We just got a win here. Democrat his focus on Charlottesville reminds a lot of Democrats even some independence and Republicans of what they don't like about President Trump. He didn't mention his rivals. He didn't really mention his own biography in his campaign launch. He's trying to make it about Trump about the general election to reform. Focus where the campaign conversation will be and look he enters is a front runner. He's particularly weak as a front runner may be weaker than anyone we've seen is a front runner in generations. But he's going to be a formidable presence. And I think he's going to start to shape a racist. So far has been
Research: Immunotherapy can help fight aggressive brain cancer
"News. According to researchers in a new study patients with the aggressive glioma blast home of brain cancer lived longer if they were treated with immunotherapy before surgery. This is the type of cancer that killed Senator John McCain Senator Ted Kennedy and beau Biden, he was the son of former vice president Joe Biden, it's among the deadliest of cancers with a three year survival rate of just ten percent. This new study is led by researchers at UCLA and found that patients who received a drug called a checkpoint inhibitor before surgery lived for four hundred and seventeen more days. Meanwhile, those who got the treatment after surgery live for two hundred and twenty eight more days, researchers also say this study, Mark very first time that this
Big Question: In Mueller investigation, what does the President know?
"But what exactly did Trump? No. When did he know it how involved was he we don't know yet? And his political future rests on the answers to those questions. Adam Davidson with what we know about the Muller investigation, so far Adam rights are called swamp chronicles, and you can find it at New Yorker dot com. I have with me today. Susan Glasser, and Jeff Toobin both staff writers for the New Yorker who've been covering this story in one way or another for years now almost seems like decades and Susan when you listen to Adam run us through the facts, where do you come down on the crucial question of the president of the United States is involvement. Here what is the likely outcome where that's concerned? You know, I was struck by a couple of things in in Adam's. Excellent report first of all. I think it's important to keep in mind, what did Vladimir Putin and Russia want from Donald Trump and want from the United States throughout this period. And because I think that starts to answer in a very specific way. Why there was a Russian intelligence operation. According to all the US intelligence agencies to manipulate an effect, the twenty sixteen election, not simply to cause chaos as some people have reported on Donald Trump's behalf. They wanted something very specific sanctions relief. Russia took over Crimea in two thousand fourteen invaded its neighbour, Ukraine. That's a conflict that continues today as a result of that. There are these fairly stringent sanctions on Russia. And I believe that was what they talked about it, the Trump Tower meeting, and I think the record is very likely to show that Trump was privately as well as publicly receptive to the idea that he was receiving some support from the Russians in an exchange was willing to consider lifting. These sanctions Susan there's been a lot of concern that William bar, the president's nominee for attorney general will not in the end even release Muller's findings or it might have to go. Through the attorney general, and he'll issue some kind of a version or summary of it. What do you expect us to actually get when the Muller investigation is over? What what will we receive? Will it be leaked in? Will. We find out everything we want to. It's not at all clear is the answer because we have not had a situation that exactly mirrors this one. There's no set law or template that applies to this. But I think most people believe that there's really no way to fully cover this up at this point. And that the the information one way or the other is going to come out, and I think that is a reasonable expectation. Jeff, you agree. Mostly I, you know. I've been burned so many times say well, Donald Trump can't possibly do acts does acts. So the idea that the Trump administration would use concepts like classified information executive privilege the existence of pending investigations to limit the disclosure in Muller's report is not out of the question to me. And even though it's true that even some Republicans as well as virtually all Democrats have said, they think ballers report should be made public. You know, more or less in its entirety. If Barr says, no, what are they going to do about it too lenient remedy minority? Latian that's put forth by Chuck Grassley. Who's not exactly a man of the left and Richard Blumenthal? Who's a democrat? Obviously that requires the final report. He submitted to congress and the public now that may not pass. But it gives you some sense of the inclination to at the very least leak it. Well, there could also be a supreme court fight over which would really put us in echoes of Watergate territory and arguably it was Nixon's. Fight over the release of the tapes. And when it finally got to the supreme court in involved all three branches of government. That was really, you know, the beginning of the end game for him. Now, the president's numbers all kinds of numbers have been eroding eroding. They're all his negatives are much higher than his his positives. His cO even his core basis is kind of gotten to thirty percent level. That's no way to win election and the election campaign has begun assuming he gets past these investigations in the house, assuming he gets past the mullahs report he'll be damaged in many ways. We're already seeing candidates come out on the democratic side. And we even hear about the possibility of a Republican challenging the president in his own party. What are Donald Trump's election prospects? Well, first of all, I think you're right to spotlight the possibility of Republican challenge, even if it's not successful recent history suggests this is the the the one fairly sure fire way in which incumbent presidents lose reelection is when they are weakened from within their own party. Obviously that was the story of Jimmy Carter in one thousand nine hundred eighty beaten up by Ted Kennedy, even though Kennedy didn't win and goes on to lose to Ronald Reagan, George H W Bush had the Pat Buchanan insurgency from within his party, it becomes a one term president or you could have an LBJ lake scenario in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight where the president chose not to run again while facing increasing discord and division from within his own party. I think both of those are real scenarios Jeff same question. Well, I I just, you know, given my credentials as someone who was disastrously totally wrong about the two thousand sixteen election. I wasn't alone. But I was. I think reports of Donald Trump's political death have been greatly exaggerated. I think his poll numbers while somewhat weaker. I think the real story is how little they've changed. Not how much they've changed a me strongly agree with that the day he took office after election election in which you'll recall he won his popularity was roughly forty percent it's been as high as forty five it's been down to forty thirty five. But I mean, it's really, you know, depending on which Paul it really hasn't changed that much. And that's you know, it was enough to win as for the Democrats. I mean, I suppose the good news is there's no one candidate who was his target who he can, you know, start Channing lock him or her up. The bad news is there's no candidate. So the idea that Donald Trump is going to. To lose to some miscellaneous person whose identity we have no idea about who it is. I just think, you know, most presidents get reelected. Is is the drama of the possibility of Muller getting fired by Trump? Now overdue think yes, I really think the odds of him being dismissed are essentially zero now release of the report that's a different story and we've discussed the complexity there, but Muller is going to be allowed to finish this investigation. I have no
MLB -- New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox set for showdown
"In baseball. If the bombers pull off an upset over the Boston, you bang in Harvard, having donkey buying L wives. I mean, the Red Sox it'll break hearts all over New England. The best kind of New York win. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Let's recall a supreme court battle before the one we're living through now. Judge bread Kavanagh's. Contentious Senate hearing last week recalled some earlier ones, including a nineteen eighty-seven showdown between democratic senators and then federal appeals court judge Robert Bork who been nominated to the supreme court Senator Ted Kennedy led the attack in Robert Bork's, America. There is no room at the end for blacks and no place in the constitution for women and in our America. There
U.S. second-quarter GDP growth revised up to 4.2 percent
"Good morning yes revised GDP data, from Washington, topping forecast second quarter now four point two percent annual growth rate. The, prior estimate four point one percent this four point two, percent more than forecast personal consumption consumer spending. Up, three point eight percent inflation. Gauge is little changed from the. Prior reading, three, percent two percent on the. GDP price index and core quarter over quarter, again GDP revised figures from the. Government topping forecast four point two percent edit Annual rate and higher than the. Initial estimate footnote from the Bloomberg based on the ten year moving average though GDP shows the economy has net, fully, bounced back from the financial, crisis the average still below two. Percent and before. You break up the, grape me hi. This, lags, the past.
STDs rise to record levels in U.S., CDC reports
"Federal health officials say there was a big increase. In cases of sexually transmitted diseases. Last year nearly two point. Three million cases of cla. Media gonorrhea and syphilis were diagnosed in the US in two thousand, seventeen that's two hundred thousand more cases than the year before which was also a year that's all. Record high number of cases according to. The CDC Gonorrhea cases that were reported to the CDC increased by nearly sixty seven percent and, there is concerned about antibiotic resistant gonorrhea that's been seen nationwide if gonorrhea becomes. Resistant to all combinations of antibiotic therapies it could become untreatable,
US, Mister McCain and China discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"Future and Australia's new prime minister Scott Morrison unveiling what he calls the. Stability cabinet he. Says it will. Focus on, the economy immigration safety but. I change in
US, President and Donald Trump discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"Australia's new prime minister Scott Morrison is unveiled what he calls the, stability cabinet he says it will focus, on the economy and immigration and safety but I a change in behavior it's a team that I brought together working by senior. Colleagues today to. Ensure that we have. The stability that is necessary and promote healing meanwhile. Foreign minister Julie Bishop, has quit says she'll return. To. The
US Senator John McCain, ex-POW and political maverick, dead at 81
"Is pouring, into, the news of Senator. McCain's death President Trump With McCain tweeted my deepest sympathies in, respect, go, out, to, the, family of Senator John. McCain our hearts and prayers are with you Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell issued a statement saying today. Is a. Deeply sad day for. Our nation, and the Senate those closest to John McCain also have things to say tonight wife Cindy McCain tweeted my heart is broken I am so lucky to have lived, the adventure of loving this. Incredible man for thirty eight years thank you, thank you very much Rachel FOX's, Jared Halpern looks at his time as Senator in the Senate McCain. Had, a reputation as a maverick unafraid to join, Democrats like Russ Feingold, on, campaign finance law. Ted Kennedy on immigration reform in. Just days after a brain cancer diagnosis McCain returned to the Senate again calling on bipartisan cooperation for a replacement for. The Affordable Care Act otherwise we're going to see this continuous gridlock McCain then surprised colleagues voting no on, an ObamaCare Repeal amendment, stalling a Republican led effort. To overhaul the health care law on Capitol, Hill Jared Halpern Fox News Senator, McCain ran twice for president it is because I owe America more. Than, she has ever owed me that I am, a candidate for, president, of, the United States He lost the, Republican nomination in, two thousand to. George W Bush in, two thousand eight losing the, election to Barack Obama overreaction? Again coming from. Politicians, on both sides. Praising the person the war hero the Senator John McCain. Dead at eighty one
CBS' Leslie Moonves accused of sexual misconduct
"It great The party of CBS news the party, of CBS network All of the great stories so there's also this wonderful story about about the publisher of New York Times meeting with President Trump in. A secret meeting that then became unseat, and the publisher he inherited the paper from his dad but that's okay with the left because here because it's okay with. The left because the. New York Times and they're crooked, and so were they so it's all right with them but that's a great story that. I'm, going to get to a little bit later on I we have the great story Ronan Farrow, Ronan Farrow he writes stories for the New, Yorker, magazine and, apparently people come to him and say yeah you know this guy groped me and that guy. Groped me and all these gropers all over the place, it turns out that the, latest is the big boss less moon Vaz's at CBS the man in charge of everything and turns, out he's groping mic groped face to the crusty Paul Worked for, him, Charlie rose, the crusty paw and it turns out it gets even better that les Moonves says the president. Of CBS has now been accused of sexual misconduct by, many women and it's published, in the New Yorker because people came to them with the information and and so they wrote. It Turns out that les Moonves says was hanging out just, a few months ago with Anita hill Anita hill she was the high tech, lynching of Clarence Thomas she was the cornerstone of that whole smear job that was Ted Kennedy too by the way In the face of recent allegations of sexual misconduct against CBS CEO les Moonves says many have been. Questioning the actions of the CO through his tenure at the network his tenure the network particularly recent involvement in a, coalition designed to put an end. To workplace sexual harassment and pay inequity in Ronan Farrow's expose unless moon valley in the New Yorker he, wrote that. Moonville attended the founding meeting of the commission on. Eliminating sexual harassment and advancing equality in the workplace. Which was chaired by its, founder Anita hill They couldn't be bigger hypocrites if it was their goal to. Be bigger hypocrites and this is just wonderful now he married Julie Chen who was an employee of his in the. Workplace, and a little hottie who is now his his wife and they live on Park Avenue and fantabulous fantastic prewar Park Avenue. Building with Park Avenue views and everything and his wife Julie Chen who we picked up at work, no sense, of irony, whatsoever is now defending him saying that she knows him real good she does she can tell which one he is in the dark and everything and she says. That she's been married to him for almost fourteen years so you can take her word for it Chris she thinks, that's a long time because she's, only fourteen She's she's older than fourteen but she's a lot younger than he is and he was. The boss. And he picked her up at work while he was the boss. And she was the employees and then she got to pick new job as most of another show and it's a. Very, exciting for both of them because it's good to be And then current and former CBS news employees have come out about Jeff Fager Unbelievable The CBS. CEO les Moonves has in. Trouble, now CBS, news, chairman, Jeff Fager currently executive producer of sixty. Minutes Said that the place was like job like us. Strip club? Around. There at CBS, with these two guys and. They're, the ones, sitting, in, judgment, of everyone else isn't it great There's only one Chris Plante the. Chris Plante? Show.
Eighth arrest in fatal stabbing of Bronx teen outside bodega
"Live donovan headquarters on staten island wins news time ten oh four another key race is in south carolina where governor henry mcmaster a trump supporter who is endorsed by president trump mcmaster has defeated wealthy businessman john warren mcmaster became governor when nikki haley gave up the post to become u s ambassador to the un in maryland senator ben cardin wins the democratic nomination defeating among others convicted leaker chelsea manning but the headline of this hour is right here in new york where democratic incumbent congressman joe crowley has been defeated in the democratic primary by twenty eight year old alexandria cortes a former aide to the late senator ted kennedy and on staten island it's dan donovan over michael grimm a victory by an ex prosecutor over an excon stay with ten ten wins we have a lot more coming in will results will pass them on as soon as we get him here on ten ten wins wins news time ten oh five the rent guidelines board held a final vote tonight on rent stabilized apartments rents will go up it's not as much as landlords witch guidelines toward approving one and a half percent to a one year lease two and a half on a two year lease veto cigna really represents the landlords they have been on their compensated but never to this degree when property taxes go up water and sewer rates go up owners to be compensated properly for their increase crimen says it makes it hard to stay in his chelsea apartment were under tremendous pressure landlord the increases affects some one million rent stabilized apartments and they kick in with lisa's renewed in october now jones ten ten wins at the rent guidelines board meeting at cooper union the natural resources defense council is suing the city of newark over lead levels in drinking water the sued says the city did not adequately monitor intesa water system that had quote dangerously high lead levels the city responded with a statement calling the allegations quote outrageously false and mischaracterization of the facts an eighth suspect has been arrested in connection with the stabbing death of a fifteen year old outside of a bodega in the trauma section of the bronx six suspects in new jersey has waived extradition and have agreed to be returned to new york city twentyfouryearold santiago rodriguez the oldest of the defendants the youngest is a team through an interpreter he told judge ernest casella that he understood that he'd be returning to the bronx misspellings my understanding tradition that's attorney judy fallon who says there have been threats on social media against the defendants families this is terrible terrible case just ask that people let the system run its course the next step in the course is their appearance before a bronx judge julia papa ten ten wins in paterson turn turn wins accuweather four day forecast partly cloudy comfortable overnight low.
Susan Bayh, former Indiana first lady, has surgery to remove brain tumor
"Former indiana first lady susan by underwent brain cancer surgery this morning hammer she's got a malignant tumor had removed this is the same kind of cancer that ted kennedy had but beau biden fought the john mccain's currently battling turns said news from a former first lady susan buying her her husband having by she had a tumor a number of years ago that turned out to be not cancerous removed but now this one seems to be a little bit more severe and man i hate that story susan by i believe is still on the board here at ms communications when ms communications was founded jeff smulyan starting us entire company basically one of the original board members was susan by and i believe she remains on the board another interesting story i saw was marco rubio in a roundabout way defending colin kaepernick so colin kaepernick is claiming that's there's been collusion to keep him out of the nfl word a lot lately collusion he claims that the owners all worked together to make sure that he stays out of the nfl well marco rubio was coming off a flight at the airport and tmz was there i don't know why they stock marco rubio but tmz was there and they started asking marco rubio for some reason about colin kaepernick i think certainly sixty four backup quarter sick people quarterbacks in the nfl darren sixty three people better than us so it's a good question to ask look i don't i i support his right to stand forty does i don't agree with what he did but i support his right to do it but if you're just talking football i mean there's a dearth of good quarterbacks and he certainly sixty three better quarterbacks in the.
"ted kennedy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Presidency now steve you've read the book it's a candidate and honest book i go into the rap against carter inflation iran inexperienced by himself in georgia mafia the interparty warfare with ted kennedy what i call the several is and i deal with them honestly and candidly but they have come to totally subsume an obscure the very real accomplishments that he made both at home and abroad and i wanted after all these years almost no living eyewitnesses will remain in future decades to write this now to try to put the presidency in a more positive vein but also a more candid vein to have a real honest reassessment of what was a very substantial inconsequential presidency researched the book you wrote the book but you also lives through those four years can you give our audience a sense of your own and you're in the carter white house yes i started with president carter actually when he ran for governor and then president is as policy director i was his domestic adviser for four years coordinating all domestic economic issues but i was involved in many foreign policy issues as well as was the back channel to israel during the middle east peace process i worked on a number of sanctions issues against the soviet union and against iran and what i think is an authenticity and credibility to the book steve is that it's based on five thousand pages one hundred and three legal players of contemporaneous notes taken of every meeting every phone call i had with the president the vice president of the cabinet the congress plus over three hundred and fifty interviews and i was not selective i interviewed everyone republicans democrats those who were favorable to car those who weren't i interviewed the president himself five times so it's it's really based on very contemporaneous being there and i try to do it as an insider but also to try to take a historian's objectivity and make a candidate i knew that if it was seen as just a whitewash of all of the problems it wouldn't be taken seriously so i've really tried to put everything in order but having done so to see major accomplishments our energy security.
"ted kennedy" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"Talked about that like ted kennedy was the most interesting kennedy family member for us and the reason why was because he was so mysterious to us in some ways no actor had ever played him before there's never been a movie about him there've been many jfk's many bobby's and for us i think the moment that we fell in love with him as a character was realizing that it was not expected for jfk to be president that everybody expected the joe junior the older brother was going to be the president and it was only after joe junior died in world war two that suddenly this spotlight goes to the sickly and frail but intelligent jfk and to know that ted is at the end of that line and that it's only after three tragedies happen to his brothers that suddenly now all the expectations for him change and that was so rich and interesting to us just as a character in human store ori and then in two thousand eight to see like maybe we could filter those ideas through seven days of his life that were incredibly challenging and had a real tragedy at the center of it we're gonna because there's some people that don't know the history so we will get into a spoiler section even though it's history read out there but like that's good place to start as any in which i think one of the things definitely works in the movie is that you compacted it into the seven day time we're so much was happening into ted kennedy's life but before we focus on just that was there ever any consideration to do more of a biopic and his show the future of ted kennedy beyond chappaquiddick because as you said you know him as very revered politician who did many many good works in the world and if you want to pick his worst seven days you you you definitely did what i think we did was picked the defining seven days of his most dramatic.
"ted kennedy" Discussed on WDRC
"Accident to someone else just unbelievably a craven and cowardly behavior from from ted kennedy and that is depicted in the in the movie they don't hit it as hard as they could you do very briefly see farrar that edgar town rescue squad guy you very briefly see him telling a group they're on their bridge that he thinks he he could have saved her if he'd gotten the call and you see her this is the most powerful part of the movie you actually do see shots of of berry joko pack ni as she's in the rear of the car and she's calling for help she of course thinks that her hero ted kennedy is on the way to save her she has no idea that ted kennedy she's the farthest thing from from kennedy's mind his only thought is how he's going to salvage his political career and so well the movie doesn't hit that as hard as it could the central scan candle of of chappaquiddick i think does come through loud and clear so so ted kennedy's instinct was to try to get somebody else responsible for the accident some accounts some of the books that have been written say that upon returning that night to the to the house for the party was he tried to get his cousin joe goggin was very prominent character in the movie to say that he'd been driving a car garden was sort of a fix it man for the kennedys goggin wasn't that crazy he wouldn't do it the movie shows ted kennedy planning to say that mary jo is driving that car she was the one who drove the car off the bridge and and that plan being repudiated by joe garden and a guy named markham who incredibly was the us attorney in boston at that time he was a kennedy family associated was at the party after kennedy walked back to the house and by dot course it's too late garg and and markham dive down to the car to see what they can see and maybe try to save mary jo while ted kennedy sits on the bank he's useless there's no situation which anyone expects ted kennedy to do.
"ted kennedy" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"The ted kennedy story with mary jo kopechne e back in the nineteen sixties nineteen sixty nine this summer and this is now giving younger viewers the story who may not have been familiar with this huge controversial story that rocks the kennedy family the world of politics and the story is that ted kennedy what he was driving home have this woman in the back of his car she was drunk and dropped her in the drink basically he didn't stop to save her once he had this accident he drove his car into chappaquiddick hey you went over the bridge so there are those people who are my age you weren't around then but people who were my wasn't remember it vividly and there were the kennedy protectors they were the the kennedy deceiver is the kennedy the kennedy sycophants people who would the candidates could do no wrong and so they all gathered around and try to do what they could ted kennedy was allying sob and and he tried to take care of himself from the very beginning his first thought was about him the woman died in the car and didn't have to the movie sets a tone not only for the whole kennedy family but mostly the focus is on the old man joe kennedy played by bruce dern there are a lot of well known actors in this movie the story i've seen enough of it so tell the story yeah i guess that premier was last night i didn't know that's why i know you know the story i know started talking about it long long time ago on the radio and i've talked about it since and when i was doing radio in boston i was very unpopular because of my position on the kennedys kennedy's as i say were they had their fingers into everything oh man kennedy had media connections and they do a number on you and your career the brothers all of them from joe junior who was killed he was a pilot in world war two joe the father had been the ambassador in england and liked hitler and wanted us to make peace with him then after the war started he wanted to protect his interest because remember the kennedys go back to.
Biden: I would have "beat the hell out" of Trump for comments about women
"In mind the joe biden stood by ted kennedy every step of the way every step of the way knowing full well what took place a chappaquiddick earlier so they are offended by what trump said they're not offended by what ted kennedy did joe biden also served as a special pleader for bill clinton during the trial and the senate incredible but now he has some moral indignation now has some moral indignation the guy that uses the f word all the time it was even caught on on a mike using it after the obamacare passage go ahead when a guy who ended up becoming our national leaders said i can grab a woman anywhere and she likes it and then said i i made i didn't make a mistake but they asked me what i like to debate this gentleman i said no i said if we're in high school i take you behind the gym and beat the hell out of them big joe if we were the same age and we were in high school i could beat the hell out of you now if joe biden weren't so stupid and if he were just a regular citizen he be interviewed by the secret service who talks about a president this way while a moron like joe biden he it's it's a clap line he thinks he's a tough guy he's not a tough guys a stupid guy go ahead iraq locker who's my whole life pretty damn good athlete any guy who talk that now this is a moron that went on and on about his his college grades as law school grades and he lied all the time now how was he a great athlete he was a good athlete or what go ahead usually the fattest ugliest so be in the room incredible he shouldn't talk about al gore that way fattest ugliest as so be in the room now ladies and gentlemen he's basically calling trump in sob now trump called tuck chuck chuck chuck todd and sob and everybody went nuts here biden is not only saying he would like to have beaten the future president but he says any guy who talk that way was usually the fattest ugliest says so be in the room joe biden doesn't have real hair he doesn't have real teeth he had a brain transplant to get as high q up above seven.
"ted kennedy" Discussed on Super Station 101
"And it's got a lot of attention it's one of those things you're right and you don't really think a whole lot of people are going to pay attention to it but tens and tens of thousands of people have have read it and a lot of people have commented on it and it's been it's got a lot of attention in this post that i wrote is called stormy daniels and ted kennedy and i referred back to my earlier post and i said you know frankly i don't think anyone cares much about stormy daniels but i said the story's interesting because it raises questions about what in our era as degraded as it is about what actually constitutes a scandal and in my view trump's long ago rops with ms daniels assuming that those stories are true don't qualify as a scandal now malania might not be happy about it she's the one person who who's got a right to really be concerned and she probably is although what her reaction is and so forth is something that we don't know and frankly is none of our business but what would i wrote in this post is that worst case trump may have paid stormy daniels but he didn't kill her and that distinguishes him from ted kennedy the renowned liberal lion of the senate if you wanna talk about a scandal and what's really a scandal and a cover up of a real scandal a lot of fake scandal the place where you want to start really as chappaquiddick in that instance just goes back to the nineteen seventies but in that instance the democratic party conspired to cover up a crime by ted kennedy was manslaughter and it was frankly a particularly vile form of manslaughter and the democratic party covered up that crime to preserve a ted kennedy's political viability at the cost of the life of an innocent young woman i think that to this day even though several decades have passed most people have no idea what the chappaquiddick scandal was really all about it why is that.
"ted kennedy" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Reagan in return the senate leader would lend the democrat party a hand in challenging reagan in the 1984 presidential election the memorandum states the only real potential threats to reagan or problems of war and peace in soviet american relations these issues according to the senator without a doubt become the most important of the elect election campaign so so funny told the communists the ted kennedy controlled the american networks and they would send over representatives at hetty's behest and interview and drop off in and he could explain what a warmonger ronald reagan is ronny reagan and the that that way the democrats would be able to defeat ronald reagan honey remark that this is this is from the memorandum kennedy would make certain that the networks gave the russians airtime and that they would rig the arrangement to make it look like honest journalism you know kinda like the thought vastly guy this is direct quote from the from the member of the kgb memorandum they they got this win the soviet union fell in nineteen eightynine funny remarked that the senator wants to run for president in 1988 kennedy does not discount the during the 1984 campaign the democrat party may officially turned to him to lead the fight against the republicans and elect their candidate president ted was having an elusive nation you know what happens when you lay off.
"ted kennedy" Discussed on WGTK
"The the lion of the senator ted kennedy ted kennedy makes al franken look like a monk ted kennedy who had waitress sandwiches i will not go further you will just understand it as you will understand it ted kennedy not to mention a allowed a woman to drown whom he drove over a over appear ted kennedy the guy who paid people to take his exams in college but massachusetts voters they are mesmerized by the main kennedy their moral worth is irrelevant to democrats the more left you are the less if matters your moral worth so please don't this this moral high ground or praising franken for what for what it was a fraud that he got elected to begin with and that ford cost us obamacare that was the vote that that was the senate vote that mattered fast numbers of americans who can't afford uh their health care thanks to obamacare can't get it or have a deductible that is obscene on by the way i'm for high deductibles i think most insurance should be catastrophic but don't put don't give me the lie and he with that but he doesn't like obama didn't ally only trump trump lies about the basically about trivia but on the big stuff all of you like your doctor you can keep your doctor if you like your policy you can keep your policy all yes the missouri what was the says the city can in missouri with the with like ferguson ferguson was about the police racism the man fomented racial hatred obama he left the country more this united than any president in american history with the possible exception i guess of was it buchanan right before uh uh lincoln in such a fake world the new york times world is a fake world.
"ted kennedy" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"But i have a question for you and i say i'll carry this over in the next hour why they never had a reckoning over ted kennedy why they never had a reckoning overtake kennedy why do democrats and republicans in the united states senate continue to refer to him as the line of the it why did they treat him with such respect for decades after chappaquiddick on july eighteen slash 1919 sixty nine ditch common knowledge outside the sun the ted kennedy was a sexual predator and a drunk the media have covered this up for decades for decades the praetorian guard media had pretended for decades ted kennedy was this great social war because he pushed hard core left wing progressive policies and they build them up is this great figure great than life figure when in fact chappaquiddick should have been the and not just of his presidential ambitions but his senate career but it wasn't the irony of him sitting there in the senate judiciary committee throwing mud balza clarence thomas just unbelievable or the idea that this man ever sat on something called the senate judiciary committee is unbelievable how come the democrats have had a reckoning would ted kennedy how come was eulogized by barack obama and john mccain and john kerry every democrat eighty percent of the republicans has this great historic figure without ever mentioning the fact that he was a a class a sexual predator and without ever mentioning the fact of chappaquiddick some of the same men who are going after roy more today praised to the hilt ted kennedy yesterday they praised ted kennedy yesterday there was never any discussion about expelling him from the united states senate should he win a special election because he resigned after chappaquiddick and threw himself at the feet of the public and they had a new vote there was never any question about expelling ted kennedy orrin hatch his best friend expelling ted kennedy john mccain's line of the.
"ted kennedy" Discussed on WJR 760
"Name that i've heard the most was a very good friend to my husband in always treated me honourably and respectfully so and can i wasn't can i it wasn't that ted kennedy i will say that because you're the one who wasn't touch by kennedy but so many others were and you know you tell people to be you explain what took place the person is and still a member of the house may not even be alive and you won't mention the name so people are speculating the way you put an end to speculation congresswoman is uh uh what was uh uh why won't she tell us what was it's not even a power position thing anymore also causes a wasn't tene and notice speculating of been ted kennedy why would they speculate ted kennedy of course go ahead media took off that way he always treated me with dignity and respect and that's why it's dangerous for people to start speculating well it's not i mean you won't say who it is you come up you explain why took place uh but you won't gouge say who did it why you're a congresswoman you're from a powerful families and in this match since the individual cannot harm you politically in a power way or any other way i don't know maybe maybe i'm just uh off about this stuff i might be lucas in brazil on the mark levin app how you doing locus hey mark how 'bout you agreeing to fox news.
"ted kennedy" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Respectfully so thank you mayor who wasn't can i watch ted kennedy i will say that because they're the one who wasn't touch by ted kennedy but so many others were and you know you tell people they need to be careful you explain what took place the person is and still a member of the house may not even be alive and you won't mention their name so people are speculating the way you put an end to speculation congresswoman is the tell us what was why won't she tell us who anwar's it's not even a power position thing anymore also tell us as a wasn't ted kennedy and people are speculating it must have been ted kennedy why would they speculate ted kennedy of course go ahead the media took off that way he always treated me with dignity and respect and that's why it's dangers people to start speculating well it's not i mean you won't say who it is you come up you explain what took place but you won't say who did it why you're a congresswoman you're from a powerful family and in this instance the individual cannot harm you politically in a power way or any other way i don't know maybe maybe i'm just off about this stuff i shall i might be lucas in brazil on the mark levin app how you doing look uh i'll bet you agreeing to fox news.
"ted kennedy" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"To aim at dot us or call aaa two to fix two two thousand six uber enjoy the many benefits that aim act membership confers but none is more important than having your vote defended it in dc that's what we do a map we fight for you because we argue one million of you and growing join the fight go to eight mac dot u s eight dot us or call aaa two six to two thousand six aaa two six to two thousand six what is this hillary actually uh with praising senator robert byrd obama called him a voice the principal and reason the former cleveland of the klan are you kidding me my goodness he'll recalled him a mentor isn't as the guy that used to be a clinical in the clan and ted kennedy in 1973 at the imitation of george wallace appears at a rally for him it's the same governors denver the school dorrance said segregation now association takers it forever ted kennedy at his invitation comes and kisses his but at a george wallace rally in 1973 all of you know governor wallet than i have different opinions done dumb important issue and there are many in the democratic party and across the country who disagree with both of us but we have one thing in common we don't corrupt we dope align we don't view we don't corrupt we don't malign we don't abuse my mother told me when george wallace ran for office he lost his first race and he said because his opponent was a virulent racists no one is going to out in worried me again but ted kennedy says we corrupt what people integrity really proud with the people that given us we don't compile we don't compile layer of animated who careers and lives are to be shattered because of their disagreement no you just don't let people of color go to university that's all you talk about list though so given that we don't you the tactics obey criminal or the power of the law the silent those whose ideas or politics