35th president of the United States
El 22 de noviembre de 1963 el presidente de Estados Unidos, John Kennedy fue asesinado de un disparo en la cabeza. Durante su campaña en Texas estuvo rodeado de gente con la que compartió sus últimas 24 horas. Entre ellos fanáticos, simpatizantes, personal de seguridad y prensa. Cada uno de sus movimientos fue meticulosamente documentado, incluidos los últimos segundos de su vida que fueron captados, en un solo clip de 16 segundos, por un miembro del público. A través de este documental seguimos a John Kennedy desde su llegada el 21 de noviembre de 1963 a Dallas, hasta el traslado de su cuerpo en el Air Force One a Washington DC, apenas dos horas después del fatídico disparo que acabó con su vida. Es un relato detallado de los acontecimientos ocurridos, hora tras hora, a través de imágenes de archivo digitalizadas y declaraciones de testigos directos. Tras la desclasificación de expedientes relacionados con el asesinato del presidente Kennedy, Oliver Stone nos ofrece una revisión sobre lo que realmente sucedió en Dallas en 1963, treinta años después de su película "JFK: Caso abierto".
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SERIES 2 EPISODE 81: COUNTDOWN WITH KEITH OLBERMANN A-Block (1:44) SPECIAL COMMENT: Trump is actually trying to keep his ass out of prison for subverting the 2020 election, by insisting that Russia interfered in the 2016 election. "Russia Russia Russia. And THAT, your honor, is the case for the defense of Dementia J. Trump" Trump is demanding that Judge Tonya Chutkan give his lawyers access to the FULL classified intelligence report proving the 2016 Russian interference, and so what if he's spent seven uninterrupted years honking and bleating about “The Russia Hoax” and denigrating the intelligence community's conclusion that Russia interfered in the 2016 election, while insisting there was no Russian interference and making it an article of faith within the Republican Cult that he was cleared of any Russian collusion and election subversion and so what if he WASN'T cleared of Russian collusion and election subversion because there WAS no Russian collusion and election subversion except now his defense is: there was TOO Russian collusion and election subversion. “Whereas the Special Counsel's Office falsely alleges that President Trump ‘eroded public faith in the administration of the election,'” write his lawyers in a light night filing demanding more documents for their defense against Jack Smith's Washington case, “the 2016 Election Intelligence Community Assessment uses strikingly similar language to attribute the origins of that erosion to foreign influence – that is, foreign efforts to ‘undermine public faith in the U-S democratic process,” Plus: Some of Mike Pence's interview with Jack Smith and his Grand Jury testimony has leaked and Trump could go to jail over the placement of a comma. In his book, Pence recounted that he spoke to Trump on Christmas Day of 2020 when the Pence-Can-Block-The-Certification Plot was already well underway. In the book Pence quotes himself as telling Trump – and the punctuation is essential: “You know, I don't think I have the authority to change the outcome." But Pence told the investigators that the comma shouldn't have been there at all and what he said was, quote, “You KNOW I don't think I have the authority to change the outcome,” which suggests that Trump had begun to pressure – to threaten – Pence to violate the constitution at least 13 days before the January 6th coup attempt. And that is DAMNING. Not the colloquial “y'know” but “You KNOW I can't do that.” And some of Liz Cheney's book is out and the shock of all shocks: Donald Trump has actually spent some of his adult life not eating: “She recounts the moment she first found out that McCarthy, fearing he had lost his ability to fundraise, secretly went to visit Trump at Mar-a-Lago just three weeks after the Jan. 6 attack. At first, Cheney thought the photo of the two men smiling and shaking hands was fake. But she was incredulous at McCarthy's defense of his visit. He claimed Trump's staff summoned him. “Mar-a-Lago? What the hell, Kevin?” Cheney asked. “They're really worried,” McCarthy said. “Trump's not eating, so they asked me to come see him.” “What? You went to Mar-a-Lago because Trump's not eating?” Cheney responded. “Yeah, he's really depressed,” McCarthy said. Oh have I got a couple jokes for YOU. B-Block (21:19) POSTSCRIPTS TO THE NEWS: Elon Musk insists on Twitter that Pizzagate is real and the only person who proved it wasn't has gone to jail for child porn. So I'm leaving Twitter. (27:30) THE WORST PERSONS IN THE WORLD: BBC Washington anchor covers Rosalynn Carter memorial, mispronounces her first name THREE TIMES; Ron DeSantis may have helped kill a guy; Senator John Kennedy gets blown out of the water by a mild-mannered gun violence expert. C-Block (34:00) THINGS I PROMISED NOT TO TELL: My friend who wrote all the original "This Is SportsCenter" commercials, Hank Perlman, visited yesterday. So it's time to review our greatest work, especially the famous Alexi Lalas Guitar Smash episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sixty years ago this week, President Lyndon Johnson announced the formation of the Warren Commission to investigate the assassination of John Kennedy. The Nation was deep in shock and needed some reassurance. One year and eight hundred and eighty-eight pages later, the commission announced its findings. Those can be boiled down to this: Lee Harvey Oswald fired the Magic Bullet that killed President Kennedy and wounded Governor Connelly. Sure, there's a whole bunch of other stuff, including some commonsense recommendations about Presidential security going forward. But for the past sixty years, there has been almost no single page of the report that hasn't found its detractors somewhere. And it all seemingly comes back to that single, magical bullet that somehow defied logic and physics and did it all…. or… did it?Cue the Black helicopter… --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/plausibly-live/message
Why does the beginning of the church year always sound like it's the end of the world? Elizabeth Garnsey and John Kennedy break down Jesus' apocalyptic language, highlight how this is a story about mercy for screw-ups, and reveal why this is good news for all the Gregorys out there!Want to have your question or comment featured on the podcast? Leave a voicemail on our Rev'd Up hotline! Call (203) 442-5002.Learn more about St. Mark's at https://www.stmarksnewcanaan.org
Edgard Maciel de Sá, Davi Barros e Marcello Neves analisam a vitória por 2 a 1 em cima do Coritiba e projetam o restante do Brasileiro. E mais: lista do Mundial, testes de Diniz e planejamento para os próximos jogos. DÁ O PLAY!
Les journalistes et experts de RFI répondent également aux questions des auditeurs sur une poussée de l'armée ukrainienne, sur les 60 ans de la mort de John Fitzgerald Kennedy et sur la conférence des réparations au Ghana. Guerre en Ukraine : l'armée ukrainienne sur le point d'opérer une percée ? L'armée ukrainienne a réussi à franchir le fleuve Dniepr, un axe stratégique, et à avancer de huit kilomètres sur la rive gauche. Comment expliquer ce succès face à l'armée russe ? Les Ukrainiens peuvent-ils continuer leur percée ? Avec Franck Alexandre, journaliste spécialiste des questions de défense à RFI.Mali : un général touareg nommé à la tête de KidalUne semaine après la reprise de Kidal par les forces armées maliennes, le général El Hadj Ag Gamou a été nommé gouverneur de la région. Pourquoi les autorités maliennes de transition ont-elles pris cette décision ? Ag Gamou peut-il réussir à négocier la paix avec les rebelles du CSP ? Avec Serge Daniel, envoyé spécial pour le Sahel basé à Dakar.JFK : 60 ans après son assassinat, des zones d'ombre subsistentIl y a 60 ans, le 22 novembre 1963, le président des États-Unis, John Fitzgerald Kennedy était assassiné. Quelles sont les principales zones d'ombre qui demeurent aujourd'hui ? Une réouverture de l'enquête, comme le demande une partie de l'opinion publique serait-elle possible ? Avec Vincent Quivy, journaliste et historien, auteur notamment de « Qui n'a pas tué John Kennedy », aux éditions du Seuil. Afrique : Akufo-Addo exige des excuses pour la traite transatlantique Le président du Ghana a demandé des excuses officielles aux puissances européennes pour la traite des Noirs. Pourquoi près de 200 ans après les abolitions, la plupart des pays européens n'ont-ils toujours pas présenté d'excuses officielles ? Comment peut-on quantifier les réparations financières demandées ? Avec Mathieu Soula, professeur de droit à l'Université de Nanterre, spécialiste des questions de reconnaissance des crimes passés.
Vous aimez Stéphane Bern ? Vous allez adorer l'historienne Virginie Girod ! Aujourd'hui, en sa compagnie, vous allez découvrir… la mort de John Fitzgerald Kennedy, le 35e président des États-Unis, assassiné le 22 novembre 1963 à Dallas, par un certain Lee Harvey Oswald. Après le temps de l'émotion, vient le temps de l'enquête. Et malgré un rapport officiel expliquant les événements, les théories du complot continuent d'exister.
Vous aimez Stéphane Bern ? Vous allez adorer l'historienne Virginie Girod ! Aujourd'hui, en sa compagnie, vous allez découvrir… la mort de John Fitzgerald Kennedy, le 35e président des États-Unis, assassiné le 22 novembre 1963 à Dallas, par un certain Lee Harvey Oswald. 60 ans après, cet événement de l'histoire américaine continue de déchaîner les passions et les théories du complot.
Episode 196 is the seventh in a mini- series wander covering the Secret Service and their possible involvement in the coverup, or the actual plot itself to assassinate President Kennedy. Today's episode is the second in our coverage of each of the individuals in the white house detail who were in Dallas that fateful day. In episode 195 we told the story of Roy Kellerman and we tell the story of Agent William Greer in today's episode 196. Agent Greer was the driver of the presidential limousine that fateful day in Dallas. His actions and inactions that day contributed to the demise of president Kennedy. Delving deeper into the individuals involved in the President's protection is for the purpose of solving the perplexing question of how men generally so loyal to the President, might have motivations to act otherwise. It is the seminal question regarding the inner workings of the secret service and their true orientation to President Kennedy. The inner workings of the Secret Service are just that...they are secret...and not much has been said by the agents outside of the official agency position.... since the assassination, but at least one man Vince Palamara is widely considered to be the resident expert on how the Secret Service figures into the assassination story. Mr. Palamara has done more original research on this topic than anyone else. Others have done extensive research including Doug Horne. So this series of episodes will give us a chance to better understand this often over looked aspect of the assassination story. Even as early as 1964, rumors and serious concerns over the lone gunman theory and the evidence that might contravene it, were becoming a major concern for the government and the commission. Conspiracy theories were contrary to the government's stated narrative from the very beginning. This real-life story is more fascinating than fiction. No matter whether you are a serious researcher or a casual student, you will enjoy the fact filled narrative and story as we relive one of the most shocking moments in American History. An event that changed the nation and changed the world forever.
It's been 60 years since JFK was assassinated and a major industry has developed to write about it, question the official story of Lee Harvey Oswald, and most importantly to revise the historical record of John Kennedy to make him seem heroic, a dove who'd seen the errors of American power and the Cold War. Because of this, the Kennedy Conspiracy Clique argues, the so-called Deep State had him killed because he was going soft on Vietnam, Cuba, the USSR, etc. But these JFK Partisans don't base their work on a careful examination of the actual historical record--the archives, collections, documents and other sources of what was happening *at the time.* They rely on anecdotes and byzantine connections that remind one of QAnon. Yet, this version has gotten significant acclaim and media attention, especially on the Left. It is misguided and dangerous. It's making a hero out of someone who put the needs of the military-industrial complex and the empire above all else, and somehow claim that he was an anti-imperialist. JFK was no hero and surely no dove . . . he was a hard-core militarist, a typical Cold War liberal. He was a supporter of Joe McCarthy, he dragged his feet on Civil Rights in order to placate southern Democrats, and he especially waged war on Vietnam, Cuba and many other areas to assert American power. He brought the world to the brink with his recklessness during the Missile Crisis. We've covered this topic extensively over the years so if you want to learn more about the flaws and holes in the apologetics for JFK, check out https://afflictthecomfortable.org/2023/11/22/jfk-60-years-of-myths-and-disinformation/ ------------------------------------- Outro- "Green and Red Blues" by Moody Links// + Afflict the Comfortable: JFK . . . 60 Years of Myths and Disinformation (https://bit.ly/3QMvSaO) +G&R: The Cuban Missile Crisis at 60: Was JFK Really A Hero? (https://bit.ly/3PONVwJ) Follow Green and Red// +G&R Linktree: https://linktr.ee/greenandredpodcast +Our rad website: https://greenandredpodcast.org/ +We're part of the Labor Podcast Network: https://www.laborradionetwork.org/ Support the Green and Red Podcast// +Become a Patron at patreaon.com/greenredpodcast +Or make a one time donation here: https://bit.ly/DonateGandR This is a Green and Red Podcast (@PodcastGreenRed) production. Produced by Bob (@bobbuzzanco) and Scott (@sparki1969). “Green and Red Blues" by Moody. Editing by Scott.
President John Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. A moment that changed American history forever! JFK Assassination expert, Tom Samoluk, is a former Massachusetts Assistant Attorney General. In the mid-90s, Tom was the Deputy Director of the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Review Board. He discusses his knowledge of the Kennedy Assassination and whether we will ever know the whole truth of what happened in Dallas, 60 years ago.
Il y a 60 ans, le 22 novembre 1963, le 35e président des Etats Unis John Fitzgerald Kennedy était assassiné alors qu'il traversait en limousine la ville de Dallas, au Texas. Une tragédie planétaire devenue rapidement une énigme criminelle, alimentant tous les fantasmes et les théories les plus folles. Si toutes les enquêtes officielles ont désigné Lee Harvey Oswald comme l'unique coupable du crime, les soupçons d'un complot de grande ampleur persistent. Alors que s'est-il vraiment passé ? Qui était vraiment l'assassin présumé Lee Harvey Oswald ? Vincent Quivy, journaliste et historien, auteur de Qui n'a pas tué John Kennedy ? aux éditions du Seuil, répond à ces questions dans ce numéro de "Focus". Du lundi au vendredi, la rédaction de RTL revient sur un fait marquant de l'actualité avec les reporters, les correspondants et les experts de RTL. Et chaque dimanche, dans "Focus Dimanche" Mohamed Bouhafsi donne la parole à ceux qui la font.
Una data e un luogo che rimangono scolpiti nella memoria di chi visse quel giorno. Tutti ricorderanno dove si trovavano e cosa facessero nel momento in cui appresero della morte del presidente Kennedy, così disse all'epoca un giornalista americano con una frase diventata storica. Sono passati 60 anni da quella tarda mattina di sole in Texas e i colpi di fucile sparati da Lee Harvey Oswald contro la limousine presidenziale alla Dealey Plaza riecheggiano ancora oggi nell'immaginario collettivo, trasformando il dramma di Dallas in un incubo. L'assassinio del presidente americano John F. Kennedy il 22 novembre 1963 è paragonabile per impatto emotivo agli attentati dell'11 settembre 2001: un momento in cui l'America e il mondo rimangono attoniti e sotto shock (Chi è stato? Perché? Cosa accadrà ora? Domande che tutti si sono fatti). Rete Uno rievoca con una mattinata speciale di Millevoci e Millestorie (e a seguire Controcorrente), l'attentato di Dallas e la figura del Presidente Kennedy che, a sessant'anni di distanza, rimane un'icona generazionale. C'è chi si interroga ancora sull'assassinio tra dubbi, teorie della cospirazione di ogni sorta e analisi di fatti verificati con minuziose ricostruzioni. Nel giorno del sessantesimo anniversario ne parliamo con alcuni interlocutori che guardano al mito kennediano da prospettive diverse. Non soltanto per rievocare il dramma di Dallas, ma anche per capire come quell'attentato (a cui altri ne seguirono negli anni Sessanta del ventesimo secolo americano) cambiò per sempre l'immagine della politica e della comunicazione, di cui John Kennedy (con la moglie Jacqueline) fu certamente un innovatore. Ne parliamo con i seguenti ospiti: Livia Ajala, studentessa universitaria; Gabriele Balbi, docente universitario; Furio Colombo, giornalista, ex politico e docente universitario; Pietro Martinelli, ex politico; Claudia Sargenti, appassionata collezionista; Diego Verdegiglio, scrittore, regista, esperto caso Kennedy; Enzo Verrengia, scrittore esperto letteratura complottista; Andrea Vosti, corrispondente RSI da Washington.
Sixty years ago today in Dallas, Texas, Lee Harvey Oswald shot and killed President John Kennedy. For almost as long, various (often contradictory) conspiracy theories about that day have been circulating. Gerald Posner used overwhelming evidence and logic to dismantle these theories in his classic book Case Closed, first published in 1993 and re-issued with updates in the three decades since then.David Priess spoke with Gerald about why some anniversaries of major events resonate more than others; the limits of memory; what drove him to first research and write about the Kennedy assassination; what actually happened on November 22, 1963; early conspiracy thinking about it; Jim Garrison's flawed investigation of Clay Shaw; Oliver Stone and his influential film JFK; speculation about the Dealey Plaza "umbrella man" and about Cuban government involvement; decades of US government document releases; new memories from a former Secret Service agent; the impact of grand conspiracy thinking on society; and more.Among the works mentioned in this episode:The book Case Closed by Gerald PosnerThe book Reclaiming History by Vincent BugliosiThe book Hitler's Children by Gerald PosnerThe book Rush to Judgment by Mark LaneThe book Six Days in Dallas by Josiah ThompsonThe movie JFKThe Lawfare Podcast episode The JFK Assassination Documents, with Gerald Posner and Mark Zaid (December 22, 2021)The book Day of the Jackal by Fredrick ForsythChatter is a production of Lawfare and Goat Rodeo. This episode was produced and edited by Cara Shillenn of Goat Rodeo. Podcast theme by David Priess, featuring music created using Groovepad. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Sixty years ago today in Dallas, Texas, Lee Harvey Oswald shot and killed President John Kennedy. For almost as long, various (often contradictory) conspiracy theories about that day have been circulating. Gerald Posner used overwhelming evidence and logic to dismantle these theories in his classic book Case Closed, first published in 1993 and re-issued with updates in the three decades since then.David Priess spoke with Gerald about why some anniversaries of major events resonate more than others; the limits of memory; what drove him to first research and write about the Kennedy assassination; what actually happened on November 22, 1963; early conspiracy thinking about it; Jim Garrison's flawed investigation of Clay Shaw; Oliver Stone and his influential film JFK; speculation about the Dealey Plaza "umbrella man" and about Cuban government involvement; decades of US government document releases; new memories from a former Secret Service agent; the impact of grand conspiracy thinking on society; and more.Among the works mentioned in this episode:The book Case Closed by Gerald PosnerThe book Reclaiming History by Vincent BugliosiThe book Hitler's Children by Gerald PosnerThe book Rush to Judgment by Mark LaneThe book Six Days in Dallas by Josiah ThompsonThe movie JFKThe Lawfare Podcast episode The JFK Assassination Documents, with Gerald Posner and Mark Zaid (December 22, 2021)The book Day of the Jackal by Fredrick ForsythChatter is a production of Lawfare and Goat Rodeo. This episode was produced and edited by Cara Shillenn of Goat Rodeo. Podcast theme by David Priess, featuring music created using Groovepad.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Episode 195 is the sixth in a mini- series wander covering the Secret Service and their possible involvement in the coverup, or the actual plot itself to assassinate President Kennedy. Today's episode begins our coverage of each of the individuals in the white house detail who were in Dallas that fateful day. We tell the story today of Agent Roy Kellerman, who was nominally in charge in Dallas during the trip . He sat in the front right seat of the president's limousine as they made their way in the motorcade. Delving deeper into the individuals involved in the President's protection is for the purpose of solving the perplexing question of how men generally so loyal to the President, might have motivations to act otherwise. It is the seminal question regarding the inner workings of the secret service and their true orientation to President Kennedy. The inner workings of the Secret Service are just that...they are secret...and not much has been said by the agents outside of the official agency position.... since the assassination, but at least one man Vince Palamara is widely considered to be the resident expert on how the Secret Service figures into the assassination story. Mr. Palamara has done more original research on this topic than anyone else. Others have done extensive research including Doug Horne. So this series of episodes will give us a chance to better understand this often over looked aspect of the assassination story. Even as early as 1964, rumors and serious concerns over the lone gunman theory and the evidence that might contravene it, were becoming a major concern for the government and the commission. Conspiracy theories were contrary to the government's stated narrative from the very beginning. This real-life story is more fascinating than fiction. No matter whether you are a serious researcher or a casual student, you will enjoy the fact filled narrative and story as we relive one of the most shocking moments in American History. An event that changed the nation and changed the world forever.
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Há exatos 60 anos, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 35º presidente dos Estados Unidos, era assassinado em Dallas, no estado do Texas. Um dos mais marcantes acontecimentos do século XX, a morte de JFK ainda desperta debates: será que ele foi vítima de uma conspiração ou o homem apontado como o autor dos tiros, Lee Oswald, agiu sozinho? E quais os impactos desse episódio traumático na história política dos Estados Unidos? Para falar sobre as seis décadas do assassinato de John Kennedy, nós convidamos o professor e historiador Antônio Barbosa. Ouça.
1963 - El 22 de noviembre de ese año, hace 60 años atrás, es asesinado en Dallas el presidente de Estados Unidos, John Kennedy. Pocos días después, su mujer, Jackie, cuya imagen con el traje Chanel rosado ensangrentado y luego con su velo de viuda liderando el cortejo con sus dos hijos, le escribe una carta a quien fuera el adversario más severo en la política internacional de su marido como mandatario. En una de sus últimas noches en la Casa Blanca, le dedicó a Nikita Kruschev las siguientes líneas. Un espacio de Bárbara Espejo.
Tuesday morning news montage. TikTok challenge is leading to Kias being stolen. There may be a gender pay gap at Amazon. // A checking of the texting. President Biden announces that 'we're now very close' to a hostage deal. // Sen. John Kennedy delivers more cognitive beauties. Bryan and producer Greg have fun with some news audio from the week.
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CTL Script/ Top Stories of November 18th Publish Date: November 17th Henssler :15 From the Ingles Studio Welcome to the Award-Winning Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast Today is Tuesday, November 21st and Happy heavenly Birthday to MLB HOF Stan ‘The Man' Musial. ***STAN MUSIAL – 3000th HIT*** I'm Keith Ippolito and here are the stories Cherokee is talking about, presented by Credit Union of Georgia. Rosalynn Carter dies at age 96 Warnock looking to extend insulin cost cap to all diabetes patients Cherokee Included in Drought-Impacted Disaster Areas Plus, Bruce Jenkins sits down with Leah McGrath to discuss essential oils. We'll have all this and more coming up on the Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast, and if you're looking for Community news, we encourage you to listen and subscribe! Commercial: CU of GA STORY 1: Rosalynn Carter dies at age 96 Rosalynn Carter, former first lady and advocate for mental health reform, passed away at her home in Plains at the age of 96. She played a pioneering role in destigmatizing mental illness, pushing for legislative reform, and co-founding the immunization program Every Child By Two. Alongside her husband, former President Jimmy Carter, they continued their commitment to public service through the Carter Center, focusing on global projects. Rosalynn Carter was recognized as one of the most activist first ladies, contributing significantly to various causes during and after her time in the White House. STORY 2: Warnock looking to extend insulin cost cap to all diabetes patients U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock and Sen. John Kennedy are collaborating on federal legislation to extend the cap on insulin costs to the general population. Initially, Warnock played a key role in introducing a provision limiting insulin costs to $35 per month for Medicare enrollees in the Inflation Reduction Act passed last year. The senators' study revealed that over a quarter of U.S. counties, including 105 in Georgia, are "Insulin Deserts" with high uninsured rates and diabetes prevalence. The report emphasizes the need for legislation to make insulin affordable for both privately insured and uninsured Americans due to its high costs compared to other countries. STORY 3: Cherokee Included in Drought-Impacted Disaster Areas U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has declared 11 additional Georgia counties in North Georgia as natural disaster areas due to prolonged drought conditions. This follows a previous natural disaster declaration covering four counties in Northwest Georgia. The newly added counties, including Bartow, Cherokee, Dawson, Fannin, Floyd, Gilmer, Gordon, Lumpkin, Murray, Pickens, and Whitfield, have experienced eight or more weeks of severe, extreme, or exceptional drought. The declaration enables the Farm Service Agency to provide essential emergency credit to affected farmers for addressing drought-related challenges, such as replacing equipment or livestock, reorganizing farming operations, or refinancing loans. We have opportunities for sponsors to get great engagement on these shows. Call 770.874.3200 for more info. Back in a moment Break: DRAKE - ESOG – HELLER LAW STORY 4: WEATHER Early Thanksgiving travelers, especially in north Georgia, must remain weather-conscious on Tuesday. Severe weather poses a risk, especially in NW Georgia, with potential gusts reaching 45 mph. The threat intensifies Tuesday morning through the afternoon, primarily in the southern regions. Expect drier conditions by late Tuesday into Wednesday. Stay updated and vigilant while traveling for a safe and secure Thanksgiving celebration. STORY 5: Georgia attraction makes Travel and Leisure's international list of places to visit in 2024 In 2024, Macon, Georgia, stands out as one of The 50 Best Places to Travel, particularly for cultural immersion, according to Travel + Leisure. Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park, with its ancient earthen mounds created by Native American peoples, tops the list. The site's potential as Georgia's first national park and the first in the U.S. co-managed by the Muscogee (Creek) Nation adds to its appeal. Tracie Revis of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation emphasizes the significance of the park as a homecoming. The best time to visit is in September during the town's Indigenous film festival. Other notable destinations on the list include Kansas City, Missouri, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, and Coastal Campania, Italy. Commercial: DAYCO - ELON – INGLES 6 STORY 6: INGLES - LEAH And, now here is Bruce Jenkins Conversation with Leah McGrath from Ingles Markets on essential oils. 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As we come to the end of the church year, Jesus has some interesting words for the disciples. Elizabeth Garnsey and John Kennedy reflect on who Jesus says will be judged and separated, who God calls us to care for, and how we're to be a blessing to all nations.Want to have your question or comment featured on the podcast? Leave a voicemail on our Rev'd Up hotline! Call (203) 442-5002.Learn more about St. Mark's at https://www.stmarksnewcanaan.org
On Friday November 22nd, 1963, New York's Village Voice co-founder Dan Wolf's office was swarmed with people. Journalist Jerry Tallmer later remembered being there, talking and grieving, when in burst Jean Shepherd, excited and full of fire. Shep said, “Wouldn't you know! Wouldn't you know! It was a Fair Play for Cuba guy who did it!” Lee Harvey Oswald had connections with the Fair Play for Cuba group, an organization protesting the U.S.' treatment of Communist Cuba under Fidel Castro. Although Shepherd was a noted liberal, the idea that Oswald wasn't some right-wing fascist, but a nutcase of the left excited Shep, and Shep was mad. Commentator Barry Farber remembered that Shep was incensed that he couldn't get on the air. He said, “for crying out loud, we finally have something to talk about and they took us off the air.” On Monday, November 25th, 1963 at 11:15PM, Jean Shepherd was finally able to sign on for WOR. What follows is a sober, serious commentary on the state of the United States and what John Kennedy meant to Jean Shepherd. This is the full forty-five minute broadcast.
Seconda puntata del terzo appuntamento dei live della serie della Fondazione Corriere della Sera, registrato il 16 novembre in Sala Buzzati a Milano: il reading in cui vengono ricostruiti gli eventi del passato (di cui cade l'anniversario) attraverso gli articoli pubblicati all'epoca sul nostro quotidiano, il ricordo dei testimoni diretti e l'analisi dei nostri inviati e commentatori. Insieme agli attori Gaspare Del Vecchio e Valeria Perdonò, Marilisa Palumbo e Walter Veltroni rievocano i giorni che vanno dall'uccisione di John Kennedy a quella del fratello Robert, avvenuta 5 anni dopo (e preceduta da quella dei leader neri Malcolm X e Martin Luther King).Per altri approfondimenti:Il Corriere racconta, la serie podcast della Fondazione Corriere della SeraLe iniziative della Fondazione Corriere della SeraQuando JFK smantellò i missili in Turchia (un esempio utile per l'oggi)
Part 1: In dieser Folge widmen wir uns der seinerzeit mächtigsten Familie der Welt: den Kennedys, genauer gesagt John F. Kennedy und seiner Frau Jacky Kennedy. Was sich am 22. November zum 60. Mal jährt, hat damals wie auch heute die Welt geschockt: Das Attentat auf JFK. Es ist ein Fall, so kompliziert wie kaum ein anderer. Bevor wir in die Theorien um den Mord einsteigen, werfen wir einen Blick hinter die Kulissen eines der glamourösesten Präsidenten aller Zeiten und beleuchten den Fluch, der angeblich auf der Familie Kennedy lastet. In dieser Folge geht es um Tragik, Liebe, Verrat, Schüsse, und dreckige Geheimnisse. Wir steigen ein in die High Society und politische Elite Washingtons, die Tür zum Weißen Haus öffnet sich, los geht's! Hosts: Linn Schütze, Leonie Bartsch Recherche: Leonie Bartsch, Thomas Schumann Produktion: Alexander Chouzanas Hintergrundinformationen und Fotos zu dieser Folge findet ihr hier. Folgt uns unter: Mordaufexpodcast. Wenn ihr diesen Podcast unterstützen möchtet, abonniert ihn gerne und lasst eine Bewertung da. Wir freuen uns! Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte: https://linktr.ee/MordaufEx
America fell in love with John Kennedy's wit. Hear his humor - and the comedy he inspired - on this week's Off Ramp Podcast. Featuring an interview with comedy writer Earle Doud, co-creator of the First Family albums.
On Saturday November 23rd, 1963, with the country in a state of shock and mourning, Music Director Erich Leinsdorf led the Boston Symphony orchestra in the compositions of Gluck, Wagner, and Beethoven. John Kennedy was the grandchild of former famous Boston mayor John “Honey Fitz” Fitzgerald. The concert was given at Symphony Hall in honor of the slain son of Boston. Elsewhere, numerous famous people gave statements on the assassination. The next morning, Sunday November 24th, despite being surrounded by a crowd of police officers at the Dallas Police headquarters, Lee Harvey Oswald was shot and mortally wounded by nightclub owner Jack Ruby on live TV while being transported to the Dallas County jail. Ruby shot Oswald in the abdomen, at point blank range, with a .38 caliber revolver. The shooting took place at 11:21 a.m. local time. Oswald was taken into surgery at Parkland Memorial Hospital. He died at 1:07 p.m., never to face trial. That Sunday, thousands of people around the world went to Sunday mass in memory of the fallen President. Later an LP called That Day With God was produced with excerpts from several of these inspirational expressions. It included Pope Paul VI, The Archbishop of Canterbury and Richard Cardinal Cushing. I'll let Henry Fonda read the last one.
Courtenay invites John Kennedy, a pioneer in the field of Applied Neuroplasticity who created the worlds first Targeted Neuroplasticity Training program in 2007 at the request of the US Marines to the show to discuss his work with the marines, corporate history and how improving Neuroplasticity can improve intuition and benefit those with brain brain disorders. Follow & Connect with John: https://thekennedymethod.co https://mentalperformanceinstitute.org ————————————————— ————————————————— Disclaimer: this is intended to be inspiration & entertainment. We aim to inform, inspire & empower. Guest opinions/ statements are not a reflection of the host or podcast. Please note these are conversational dialogues. All statements and opinions are not necessarily meant to be taken as fact. Please do your own research. Thanks for watching! Follow & Connect with Courtenay: https://www.courtenayturner.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/KineticCourtz TruthSocial: https://truthsocial.com/@CourtenayTurner Instagram: https://instagram.com/kineticcourtz Telegram: https://t.me/courtenayturnerpodcastcommunity Read some of her articles: https://www.truthmatters.biz Listen to &/or watch the podcast here! https://linktr.ee/courtenayturner Support my work & Affiliate links: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/courtzt https://zstacklife.com/?ref=COURTENAYTURNER EXPAT MONEY SUMMIT 2023: https://2023.expatmoneysummit.com MAKE HONEY GREAT AGAIN https://www.makehoneygreatagain.com/ Promo Code: COURTZ FOX N SONS Coffee: https://www.foxnsons.com Promo Code: CTP Richardson Nutritional Center: https://rncstore.com/courtz The wellness company: https://www.twc.health/?ref=UY6YiLPqkwZzUX Enroll link: https://app.sharehealthcare.com/enroll? Referral code: courtz www.HolyHydrogen.com Discount code: UPRISING144K LMNT: http://drinklmnt.com/CourtenayTurner Ignite Sales: https://www.universityofreason.com/a/29887/KVR3yvZo Mindset workshop: https://www.universityofreason.com/a/2147526145/KVR3yvZo Critical thinking trivium method: https://www.universityofreason.com/a/2147486641/KVR3yvZo Solutions webinar: https://www.universityofreason.com/a/2147492490/KVR3yvZo Richard's GTW freedom vault: https://www.universityofreason.com/a/2147506649/KVR3yvZo https://www.universityofreason.com/a/29887/KVR3yvZo ©2023 All Rights Reserved Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As Jesus prepares his disciples for life without him, he shares an unsettling parable with them. Elizabeth Garnsey, John Kennedy, and Rob Schwartz each share a different perspective on how we might read this parable for our own time.Want to have your question or comment featured on the podcast? Leave a voicemail on our Rev'd Up hotline! Call (203) 442-5002.Learn more about St. Mark's at https://www.stmarksnewcanaan.org
The Twenty-Fourth Sunday after Pentecost. Have you ever run late for something just to find yourself shut out? Maybe school, a show, or an airplane? Jesus shares a parable about five foolish bridesmaids who are shut out of a wedding banquet and five wise bridesmaids who are welcomed in. What does wisdom look like to Jesus? #episcopal #episcopalchurch #episcopalian #church #jesusmovement #wayoflove #christian #anglican #allarewelcome #christianity #prayer #jesus #iglesiaepiscopal #theology #anglicanchurch #holyspririt #faith #stmarksnewcanaaan #ens #ecct #spirituality #bible #scriptures #joy #peace #grace #hope #johnkennedy #revjohnkennedy
On the morning of Thursday, November 21st, 1963 President Kennedy had breakfast with his children. He said goodbye to his daughter Caroline when she left for school at 9:15. President Kennedy arrived at his office for the last time at 9:55. The President left the White House for the last time at 10:50AM. He flew to Andrews Air Force Base where he and the First Lady departed for San Antonio Texas. John Jr accompanied them to the airport. Once in Texas, he was at the dedication of the Aerospace Medical Health Center, Brooks Air Force Base. He then went to Houston. There he made brief remarks to the League of United Latin American Citizens at the Rice Hotel. He then addressed a dinner in honor of Representative Albert Thomas. Some of that speech was just heard. The President and First Lady then traveled to Fort Worth where they stayed at the Texas Hotel. He had speeches set for Fort Worth and Dallas the next day. In world news, Robert Stroud, “the birdman of Alcatraz” died while incarcerated in Springfield, Missouri. In Japan's general election, the Liberal Democratic Party retained a majority in the Shugiin (SHOO GEEN), or House of Representatives. While India began its space program with the launching of a rocket at the far south end of the Indian subcontinent. And by the time the President went to sleep, it was the 22nd in the UK. That day, The Beatles released their second studio album, With The Beatles. Produced by George Martin, it featured eight original compositions and six covers. The famous black and white portrait on the cover, with Ringo underneath John, George, and Paul, was widely copied afterwards.
Episode 194 is the fifth in a mini- series wander covering the Secret Service and their possible involvement in the coverup, or the actual plot itself to assassinate President Kennedy. Today's episode begins to cover the perplexing question of how men generally so loyal to the President, might have motivations to act otherwise. It is the seminal question regarding the inner workings of the secret service and their true orientation to President Kennedy. Getting a look inside, requires locating someone who has disavowed the idea of keeping secret of the dirty laundry that may have existed within the secret service in that era. Sadly and perhaps ironically, the story must be told by the first black secret service agent ever to be chosen for duty on the Secret Service White House detail. That man was Andrew Bolden. His story is an extraordinary one and in today's episode we hear from Mr. Bolden himself on this very topic of what was really "underneath the covers when it comes to the Secret Service's true orientation toward President Kennedy. The inner workings of the Secret Service are just that...they are secret...and not much has been said by the agents outside of the official agency position.... since the assassination, but at least one man Vince Palamara is widely considered to be the resident expert on how the Secret Service figures into the assassination story. Mr. Palamara has done more original research on this topic than anyone else. Others have done extensive research including Doug Horne. So this series of episodes will give us a chance to better understand this often over looked aspect of the assassination story. But today, we listen to an iconic figure who holds the key to our further understanding of what happened with the secret service on that November day in 1963 . While today's episode is not a thorough exploration of Mr. Bolden's own story, it serves as a backdrop to many upcoming episodes in this mini-series. Even as early as 1964, rumors and serious concerns over the lone gunman theory and the evidence that might contravene it, were becoming a major concern for the government and the commission. Conspiracy theories were contrary to the government's stated narrative from the very beginning. This real-life story is more fascinating than fiction. No matter whether you are a serious researcher or a casual student, you will enjoy the fact filled narrative and story as we relive one of the most shocking moments in American History. An event that changed the nation and changed the world forever.
BV counts down the biggest sound bites in the land for the week ending November 9, 2023, on this edition Stacey Abrams, John Kennedy and Rick Harrison on America's Top Sound Bites on News Radio KKOBSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Die "Rentnertruppe" von Wundertrainer Diniz gewinnt zum ersten Mal die südamerikanische Champions League. Wie lief das Finale, was sind die Geschichten des Turniers und wer sorgt bald in Europa für Aufsehen? Johannes Skiba und Andreas Geipel verraten es.
Boa terça, angulers! Abrimos o #211 comemorando o tema da redação do ENEM: “Desafios para o enfrentamento da invisibilidade do trabalho de cuidado realizado pela mulher no Brasil”. Tema super comentado no Angu! Também agradecemos aos nossos angulers que lembraram dos nossos episódios. Depois, comentamos o escândalo de manipulação de imagens e criação de nudes falsas de adolescentes no Colégio Santo Agostinho, no Rio de Janejro. Ainda olhando pra os jovens, falamos sobre o projeto de resgate que o técnico do Fluminense, Fernando Diniz, empenhou no jovem atacante John Kennedy. Confiança, autoestima e afeto. Por fim, há são quatro dias, centenas de milhares de residências em São Paulo ainda estão sem energia elétrica. Resultado de uma ventania histórica mas não só isso. Sirva-se! Edição e mixagem: Tico Pro - Indicações do #211: - Comida de Favela: https://instagram.com/comidadefavela
We're tackling another parable from Jesus filled with lots of symbolism. Elizabeth Garnsey and John Kennedy contemplate what these symbols mean, why Jesus wants us to "keep awake", and how this might be more than a commentary on Christ's second coming.Want to have your question or comment featured on the podcast? Leave a voicemail on our Rev'd Up hotline! Call (203) 442-5002.Learn more about St. Mark's at https://www.stmarksnewcanaan.org
O Fluminense conquistou a Copa Libertadores no último sábado (04/11) e a nossa equipe debate a conquista, como a importância de Germán Cano, o trabalho de Fernando Diniz e como tudo isso contribuiu para o título inédito dos tricolores. Tem ainda John Kennedy, que estava com a Ferroviária no começo do ano - rebaixada no Paulistão - e termina como autor do gol do título - e foi muito além disso. Tem o retorno de Marcelo ao clube que o formou, além de um elenco de renegados que foi importante.Ainda passamos pelos últimos acontecimentos nas principais ligas europeias.APOIE A CENTRAL3: https://apoia.se/central3LOJA TRIVELA: https://caphead.com.br/trivelaNEWSLETTER: https://trivela.substack.com
Edgard Maciel de Sá, Cauê Rademaker, Gabriel Amaral, Thiago Lima e Marcello Neves analisam o jogo que deu o título inédito da Libertadores ao Flu. E mais: os destaques da final, o fator Diniz, a ferida enfim cicatrizada de 2008, o decisivo Cano, o iluminado John Kennedy e o Mundial de Clubes que se aproxima. DÁ O PLAY!
Edgard Maciel de Sá, Gabriel Amaral e Marcello Neves analisam a atuação contra o Atlético-MG e a reta final da preparação para a final da Libertadores. E mais: o retorno de John Kennedy e a recuperação do capitão Nino. DÁ O PLAY!
Support For Breaking Walls is provided by our patrons. If you like the documentaries I've been producing, you can become a show supporter for as little as $1 here — https://www.patreon.com/TheWallBreakers By 1960, Shep's homespun wit could be tweaked depending on what time of the day he took to the air. At that time he was broadcasting on both Saturdays and Sundays during the middle of the day for just under two hours. On Saturday April 9th, 1960, he took to the air discussing a solitary trip to Coney Island. The batting cages Shep spoke of were located on Stillwell avenue near the Coney Island boardwalk, just down the block from Nathans. I spent many a winter afternoon on this street taking batting practice and eating at Nathans with my grandfather in the 1990s. For more information on Coney Island's place in radio history, tune into Breaking Walls episode 92. Shepherd's Sunday show was terminated and for five months he was only on Saturday afternoons at 1:15PM. His program was then shifted to weeknights at 11:15PM for forty-five minutes. On February 27th, 1961 Shepherd spoke about shifting back to a late night time slot. This format, at 11:15PM until 1964, and then 10:15 until 1977, became what Shepherd is today most remembered for in terms of radio broadcasting. On Monday, October 21st, 1963 he had this to say about how his peers perceived their era, as well as why some college kids were gravitating towards Barry Goldwater, rather than John Kennedy.
Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks about Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez accidentally revealing to CNN's Abby Phillip how ignorant she is of the culture of Gaza; Ron DeSantis showing the receipts for why it's a good idea not to allow Gaza refugees into the U.S.; Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib continuing to push the disproven lie of Israel attacking a Gaza hospital; CNN's Jake Tapper pushing the Gaza hospital lie; frightening footage from a Free Palestine rally in Boston, where the crowd turned to anti-American chants; the attacks on Israeli consulates around the world; Sen. John Kennedy telling Fox News what Joe Biden has been prioritizing over national security; “The View's” Ana Navarro trying to accuse Republican Tommy Tuberville of helping terrorists in the Middle East; Ron DeSantis telling BlazeTV's Sara Gonzales his plan to deport all recent illegal immigrants; and much more. WATCH the MEMBER-EXCLUSIVE segment of the show here: https://rubinreport.locals.com/ Check out the NEW RUBIN REPORT MERCH here: https://daverubin.store/ ---------- Today's Sponsors: Gravity Defyer - Sick of knee pain? Get Gravity Defyer shoes. Minimize the shock waves that normal shoes absorb through your feet, knees and hips forcing the body to absorb as much as 1,000 pounds of harmful impact with every step. Try a pair risk-free for 60 days and experience the difference they can make in your life! It's the most powerful shock absorption system ever put into a shoe. Use Code RUBIN20 for $20 off your first order. Go to: http://gdefy.com Field of Greens - If you don't always eat right and exercise but want to stay healthy use Field of Greens. You'll feel better with more energy, and you'll notice your skin, hair and nails will look healthier too. Rubin Report viewers get 15% off their first order Go to: https://fieldofgreens.com and use PROMO CODE: DAVE Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Conventional wisdom has long held that countries, and even businesses, should not be run by those suffering from mental illness, especially during times of war or other dramatic challenges. Dr. Nassir Ghaemi, Director of the Mood Disorder Program at Tufts Medical Center and Professor of Psychiatry at Tufts University School of Medicine, disputes this notion. In his book A First-Rate Madness and other writings, he lays out a compelling case that in times of crisis, we are actually better off being led by mentally ill leaders than by mentally normal ones.David Priess and Nassir talked about the challenges (and surprising advantages) of assessing the mental illnesses of historical figures; the lingering impact of Freudian psychoanalysis within the psychiatric community; why the best crisis leaders are either mentally ill or mentally abnormal; the differences between mental illness and extreme personality; the indicators of manic depression; the cases of Winston Churchill, Abraham Lincoln, Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King, William Sherman, Franklin Roosevelt, John Kennedy, and Adolf Hitler; enduring stigmas associated with mental illness; Nassir's father's political activism and its influence on his son; the American Psychiatric Association's "Goldwater Rule" against offering a professional psychiatric opinion without a patient examination and proper authorization; and more.Among the works mentioned in this episode:The book A First-Rate Madness by Nassir GhaemiMemoirs of Emil KraepelinThe book Bipolar General: My Forever War with Mental Illness by Gregg MartinChatter is a production of Lawfare and Goat Rodeo. This episode was produced and edited by Cara Shillenn of Goat Rodeo. Podcast theme by David Priess, featuring music created using Groovepad.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.