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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Ted Kennedy. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Ted Kennedy, often where they are interviewed.

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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Ted Kennedy. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Ted Kennedy, often where they are interviewed.

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Today In History - Ted Kennedy, “liberal lion of the Senate,” dies at 77

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Aug 25 2020 ·
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ATL Mayor Blames Governor/COVID For Soaring Murder Rates -The Ghost Of Ted Kennedy Visits Atlanta City Hall- National Guard Deploys, Lindsay Graham Bows To BLM?, My Adventures In A Hostile LOWES (no face mask)

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The neck brace seen around the world. Ted Kennedy donning that famous neck brace is slightly reminiscent of scenes unfolding in Atlanta, GA. Never missing an oppty to be the victim, "A (Democrat) Mayor named Keisha" tests positive for COVID19.5 on the heels of the Gov's call for National Guard presence. Timing is everything I guess. Sen Lindsay Graham admits he too succumbed to the BLM demand for validation- but guess who's demanding it? I finally encountered the angry mask wearer and it was GOLD.

Jul 07 2020 · 25mins

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We Are All Ted Kennedy Now (w/ David Bradley Isenberg)

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May 06 2020 · 1hr 13mins
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Ted Kennedy

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President Reagan felt very strongly about reaching across the aisle and working in a bipartisan manner.  He used to joke that he and Speaker of the House Tip O’Neill could argue all day long, but at 5 pm they could enjoy each other’s company over a friendly glass of beer. Another friend from across the aisle was Senator Ted Kennedy. The two men knew how to be political adversaries, not political enemies. In 2002 when Senator Kennedy presented President Reagan with the Congressional Gold Medal, he described the president as “a good friend and a generous foe.” And that the President “sought to defeat his opponents, not destroy them.” On April 28, 2007, Senator Ted Kennedy spoke at the Reagan Library to a sold-out audience which included Mrs. Nancy Reagan and Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. Let's listen.
May 01 2020 · 54mins

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Ep. 95 - with Ted Kennedy Watson - How to survive quarantine in style

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Lifestyle expert and retailer Ted Kennedy Watson joins Lisa Birnbach to help listeners find out how to survive the CoronaVirus Lockdown in style.

Lisa’s 5 Things:  1. Regularly-scheduled Zoom call with her Exhibits™, 2. Words With Exhibit C ™, 3. Roast beef sandwiches, 4. Food delivery services Fresh Direct and Instacart, 5. Seeing her mother and brother Jon.

Ted Kennedy Watson’s 5 Things: 1. His husband, 2. His pooch Bailey, 3. Flowers, 4. Seeing and being with friends, 5. The US Postal Service & FedEx delivery folks

May 01 2020 · 33mins
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Why disability inclusion in the workplace is an investor issue, with Ted Kennedy, Jr.

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In this episode, the PRI's CEO, Fiona Reynolds, speaks with our very special guest, Ted Kennedy, Jr. As a paediatric bone cancer survivor and amputee, Ted has been an active leader in the movement to expand opportunities for persons with disabilities. As well as a leading healthcare regulatory attorney, he is the chair of the board of the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD). He also advises employers on best practices and compliance with the Americans with Disability Act, as well as lectures worldwide on healthcare policy and disability law. Ted is also involved with The Disability Equality Index, America's leading corporate benchmark tool for disability equality inclusion. Fiona and Ted discuss why disability inclusion in the workplace is an 'S' issue for investors, and why they should look at diversity from a strategic perspective. Want to join the PRI webinar on disability inclusion on 19 February? More information here: http://bit.ly/36DE8Sf  Interested in the resources discussed in this episode? Disability Equality Index: http://bit.ly/36BT4jR  Joint investor statement: http://bit.ly/2QDxFkP  Accenture, 'Getting to equal': https://accntu.re/2QUY3Fy 

Jan 15 2020 · 24mins
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That time I gave Ted Kennedy booze

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Yes. You read the headline right. Jason Falls once gave Ted Kennedy booze. He was 10. Years old. True story. In this episode, Jason tells the story of how a 10-year-old him gave one of the more well-known political figures of the last 50 years a pint of moonshine. He spends time talking a bit more about IZEA's new influencer marketing survey and a new feature rolling out soon, if not already, from Twitter.

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Nov 12 2019 · 44mins
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Today In History - August 25, 2009: Ted Kennedy, “liberal lion of the Senate,” dies at 77

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Aug 25 2019 ·
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Chappaquiddick & Senator Ted Kennedy Pt. 2

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In the summer of 1969, Senator and Presidential hopeful Ted Kennedy crashed his car into a pond on Chappaquiddick Island and killed his passenger, Mary Jo Kopechne. The fallout of the incident and Kennedy's suspicious would haunt his political career for the rest of his life.

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Jul 31 2019 · 49mins
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Chappaquiddick & Senator Ted Kennedy

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On July 18th, 1969, Ted Kennedy, the youngest son of Joseph Kennedy Sr., drove his car off of a single lane bridge into a pond, resulting in the death of his female passenger. He wouldn't report the accident for ten hours, and in doing so set the scene for an investigation that would lead to more questions than answers.

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Jul 24 2019 · 49mins
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