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Is Monogamy in Queer Relationships Overrated?

Homo Sapiens

04:26 min | 1 d ago

Is Monogamy in Queer Relationships Overrated?

"Of the week does marriage mean monogamy in queer relationships. We did a poll. The question i asked on instagram was monogamy inquiry. Relationships is it overrated. Forty five percent of you said yes it is overrated fifty five percent of you said. No way is overrated. So pretty even split there. But we've definitely mobilized the troops. I would say to use an army analogy. Not many of those on her mississippians normally this to an email i from simon from cumbria simon says i suppose i find myself in rather a minority wondering why as a community we wanted to follow this hetero normative process referring to marriage. The really only brings us into line. Gosh i may have lost more friends with that one but really if you want a legal contract then that's something else as to monogamy. i suppose i'm more conservative. I'm not sure if you have committed your life to be with another person why you need to be with someone else. It's hard being in a relationship but if it's easy to have other relationships than commit to one person what's the point of the relationship at all that's just my view and a valid view. It is simon was probably clarify. What hetero normative means. Because this word that's thrown around and my know what it is. Hetero normative means space. Queer people following the model of heterosexual relationships and is used as a kind of detrimental description to say that we sort of try and fall into line with heterosexual relationships or heterosexual ways of doing things in order to become more palatable to heterosexual people and you know people say it's linked to discrimination that like quick people if they just ended up bathing like a version of straightness that would be better and a lot of people feel very strongly that actually we are different and we have our own way to make 'em rules. Yeah you know. I see i certainly noticed myself when i was younger like i think spoken about before i remember saying when i came out that like just be normal. I just be like a normal gap. And i'd be normal still at actually. That was the sort of internalized. Shame thing of like trying to myself palatable. And i think actually you know what you walk out your own rules workout who you wanna be and normative or not normative and that's the hardest thing and it takes a long time. We got voice. Note here from silver folks. Do i think that monogamy is hetero. Normative construct and i take is seen as an ideal goal to aim for. Many gay couples put pressure on themselves to stay monogamous. Believing data will bring the ultimate happiness onto suzanne with other couples and society in general as a man who has come out after being married to a woman and being in a monogamous relationship. For not twenty years. I know the comfort and security that monogamy bring but since coming out and seeing relationships through the gay lens it seems that for a lot of gay relationships to survive and thrive to certain amount of openness is required on the scene. The outgoing open has improved relationships. Mike harm partner night started thousand open and two years as we are still very very happy. Establish trust in a relationship for the goal and any healthy relationship is built on. Trust an open. Communication between partners I mean what we're talking about that is communication is so important and i think something you are just simply not taught enough about like. They should teach in schools. People need to be up front about. What is that that they want. What's really hard him. Relationships is finding the time or the space to have those kinds of conversations because they're really tricky and by broaching certain issues and relationships. You can be really worried if you bring up. They're going to leave you guiltier on so we don't talk about it. That can be a contributing factor as to why people do things bind each other back because it's easier than discussing it and what silver fox ter- is saying. Is you just go to talk about it. And be up front. And i think whether that's monogamy or anything else i think is very very sage advice.

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Thai prime minister acquitted of ethics breach, retains post

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:53 sec | 1 d ago

Thai prime minister acquitted of ethics breach, retains post

"The country's highest court has acquitted. The prime minister of ethics charges michael sullivan reports thailand. The prime minister will keep his job. The constitutional court ruled on a complaint brought by the leading opposition party. That claimed coup-maker turned prime minister. Pry chano chop had broken the law by continuing to live in the army residents. He occupied before the two thousand fourteen coup. The complaint argued government ministers were barred from receiving special benefits that could amount to a conflict of interest. A guilty verdict would have forced private and this cabinet from but the court accepted the army's argument that officials such as are entitled to stay in army housing in recognition of their service to the country. Democracy activists immediately denounced the verdict and said their month. Long protests would continue

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Glimmers of hope: Gold coin, gold bar dropped in Chicago Salvation Army kettles in season of rising need and dwindling donations

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Glimmers of hope: Gold coin, gold bar dropped in Chicago Salvation Army kettles in season of rising need and dwindling donations

"Salvation Army says it received the first two gold gold donations of the season in the Chicago area. Salvation Army says a gold bar worth up to $1900 was dropped in a red kettle outside a jewel Osco store on Maple Avenue and Monday night. And the gold coin worth about that much donated outside the jewel Osco on Stern's Road and Bartlett Salvation Army launched its rescue Christmas campaign nearly two months early this year to deal with a five fold increase in demand for food and assistance. It is the pandemic. You could make a donation PR website wbbm newsradio dot com slash donate or make a contribution during our annual Salvation Army Good neighbor radiothon this Friday. Pat Cassidy News Radio 105.9

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Biden still searching for defense secretary

KNX Evening News

00:18 sec | 3 d ago

Biden still searching for defense secretary

"Ed O'Keefe, There is still a vacancy at the Pentagon and CBS News has learned there are three contenders for defense secretary Former Obama era defense official Michelle Floren Oy, retired army General Lloyd Austin and former Homeland Security Secretary Jay Johnson. The Navy has announced the USS Bonham Rashard will be salvaged.

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IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN WORSE

Big Book Podcast

04:16 min | 3 d ago

IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN WORSE

"Alcohol was a looming cloud in this bankers. Bright sky with rare foresight. He realized it could become a tornado. How can a person with a fine family and attractive home. An excellent position in high standing in an important city. Become an alcoholic as i later found out. Through alcoholics anonymous. Alcohol is no respecter of economic status social and business standing or intelligence. I was raised like the majority of american boys coming from a family of modest circumstances attending public schools having the social life of a small mid western town with part-time work in some athletics. The ambition to succeed was instilled in me by my scandinavian parents who came to this country where opportunities were so great. Keep busy always have something constructive to do. I did work of all kinds after school and during vacations trying to find that which would appeal most as a goal for a life work then there was world war. Want to interrupt my plans and in education to be picked up after the war after that came marriage getting started and business and family. The story is not very different from that of thousands of other young men in my generation. It shows nothing or no one to blame for alcoholism. The drive to get ahead to succeed kept me too busy for many years to have any great experience with social life i would have begrudged the time or money for alcohol in fact i was afraid to try it for fear that i would wind up like many examples. I had seen excessive drinking in the army. During the prohibition era i was intolerant of people who drank particularly those who drank in violation of the law in time i became an officer and director of one of the largest commercial banks in the country i achieved recognized and national standing in my profession as well as becoming a director in many important institutions having to do with the civic life of a large city i had a family to be proud of actively sharing in the responsibilities of good citizenship. My drinking did not start. Until after. I was thirty. Five and a fairly successful career had been established but success brought increase social activities. And i realized that many of my friends enjoyed a social drink with no apparent harm to themselves or others. I dislike being different. So ultimately i began to join them occasionally. At first it was just that an occasional drink then. I looked forward to the weekend of golf. In the nineteenth hole. The cocktail hour became a daily routine. Gradually the quantity increased the occasions for a drink came more frequently a hard day worries and pressure bad news. Good news there were more and more reasons for drank. Why did i want increasingly greater quantities of alcohol. It was frightening. That drank was being substituted for more and more of the things. I really enjoy doing golf. Hunting and fishing were now merely excuses to drink excessively. I made promises to myself my family and friends and broke them. Short dry spells ended in heavy drinking. I tried to hide my drinking by going places where i was unlikely to see anyone. I knew hangovers remorse. Were always with me. The next steps were bottle. Hiding and excuses for trips in order to drink without restraint. Cunning baffling powerful the gradual creeping up of the frequency and quantity of alcohol. And what it does to a person is apparent to everyone but the person involved when it became noticeable to the point of comment i devised ways of sneaking drinks on the side rehearsals then became a part of the pattern stopping at bars on the way to or from the place where drinks were to be served. Never having enough always craving more the obsession for alcohol gradually dominated all my activities particularly while traveling

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Afghan officials say at least 34 killed in separate suicide bombings

WBZ Afternoon News

00:40 sec | 4 d ago

Afghan officials say at least 34 killed in separate suicide bombings

"34 people have died in Afghanistan today after two separate suicide bombing in eastern Ghazni province. Afghan officials say 31 soldiers were killed and 24 others were wounded today when an attacker drove a military Humvee full of explosives onto an army commando base before detonating a car bomb in southern Afghanistan. A suicide car bomber targeted the convoy of a provincial council chief and sizable, killing at least three people and wounded 21. Others, including Children. The provincial council chief survived the attack with minor injuries, and there's no word yet on who is responsible for those attacks.

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Afghanistan: 34 people killed in two suicide bombings

WBZ Afternoon News

00:41 sec | 4 d ago

Afghanistan: 34 people killed in two suicide bombings

"Officials in Afghanistan say at least 34 people have been killed in two separate suicide bombings in Easter Ghazni province. They say 31 soldiers were killed and 24 others were wounded today when an attacker drove a military Humvee full of explosives onto an army commando base before detonating a car bomb in southern Afghanistan. A suicide car bomber targeted the convoy. Provincial council chief and double killing at least three people and wounding 21. Others, including Children. The provincial council chief survived the attack with minor injuries, and there's no word yet on who is responsible for all of those attacks.

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Car bomb kills at least 34 Afghan soldiers

KYW 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 4 d ago

Car bomb kills at least 34 Afghan soldiers

"Afghan officials say at least 34 people have been killed in two separate suicide bombings today in the Ghazni province. Officials say 31 soldiers were killed, 24 others injured when the attacker drove a military Humvee full of explosives. Into an army commando base before detonating that car bomb and in southern Afghanistan, officials say a suicide car bomber killed at least three people and injured 12. Others, including several

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Afghan officials say 34 have been killed in separate suicide bombings in country's east and south

WBZ Morning News

00:36 sec | 4 d ago

Afghan officials say 34 have been killed in separate suicide bombings in country's east and south

"In Afghanistan. At least 34 are dead in two separate suicide bombings in eastern Ghazni province. Officials say 31 soldiers were killed, 24 others wounded. When a suicide bomber drove a Humvee full of explosives into an army commando base and detonated it and at least three others killed in southern Afghanistan, where officials say a suicide car bomber targeted the convoy of a provincial council chief and sue ball. He survived, but 12 others, including Children. Were injured. No immediate claims of responsibility for those attacks

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Afghan officials say 34 killed in separate suicide bombings

Great Outdoors with Charlie Potter

00:28 sec | 4 d ago

Afghan officials say 34 killed in separate suicide bombings

"Afghan officials say at least 34 people have been killed in two separate suicide bombings in eastern Ghazni province. Officials say 31 soldiers were killed, 24 wounded when the attacker drove a military Humvee full of explosives onto an army commando base. In southern Afghanistan, officials say a suicide bomber targeted the convoy of a provincial council chief in zoo ball, killing at least three people, wounding 12. Others, including Children.

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Top Iranian nuclear scientist assassinated

WIOD Programming

00:26 sec | 5 d ago

Top Iranian nuclear scientist assassinated

"In the streets of Tehran with Iran's supreme leader promising to avenge the killing of the countries. Nuclear scientist shot to death in his car yesterday, Iran's army chief saying Israel in the U. S air, probably responsible political analyst Abbas Islamic Israelis, They have the capacity and expertise in this. They have done it before they have assassinated with the help of the United States. Some other Iranian scientists no comment from the U. S or Israel. You're

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Ethiopia says its military now controls the Tigray capital

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 5 d ago

Ethiopia says its military now controls the Tigray capital

"Ethiopia's army says it's gained full control of the capital of the defiant Tigray region Ethiopian prime minister abi Akhmed declares the taking of makayla A. marks the completion of the military offensive in Tigray that started nearly four weeks ago earlier Saturday the Tigray government reported the city being heavily bombarded but with communications cut to Tigray it's difficult to verify claims by the warring sides he the OP is government continues to seek the arrests of the regional leaders while millions of civilians have been plunged into a massive humanitarian crisis nearly one million people have been displaced in neighboring Sudan you when the High Commissioner for refugees Filippo grandi says many have fled across the border five six hundred per day is not the small figure let's make no mistakes I'm Ben Thomas

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Ethiopian government begins offensive in Tigray capital city

KQED Newsroom

02:05 min | 5 d ago

Ethiopian government begins offensive in Tigray capital city

"Reports from northern Ethiopia say the capital of Tigre province, Me Kaylee, where dissident tplf forces are under siege is under heavy bombardment from the government army. A V. Bamford has the latest details. Aid workers into gray have confirmed a declaration texted to a news agency by the TPLF leader that medically a city of half a million people was being shelled. Ethiopian military has said it intended to seize the city within days, but would seek to avoid harming civilians. The Federal Army earlier said it had advanced to a Gula lesson 20 kilometers from Italy. Ethiopian government under Prime Minister Rbf Med has rejected ceasefire demands from the African Union, saying it is engaged in a police action. The T p L F has rejected Mr Abbas blueprint for a more centralized Ethiopian state. Iran's leaders have promised to retaliate following the assassination of the country's top nuclear scientists, which they believe was carried out by Israel. The Supreme leader, Ali Khamenei, called for the punishment of those responsible for the killing on Friday. President Hassan Rouhani also said that vengeance would come, but only when Iran decided that the time was right. CR Bashar Dylan is from BBC Persian Already the hard liners inside Iran are taking this as a sign of weakness and even blaming The government of Rouhani himself for showing weakness and emboldening the will they believe to be the Israelis and carrying out these attacks, which is not the first one of its kind. Despite the Oh the bombastic language from hard liners inside the country's screaming for revenge. What they are doing is really waiting it out till a Joe Biden administration comes in in 50 days. Germany has those all sides to show restraint following the assassination of the Iranian scientists. A German former foreign ministry spokesman talked to the need to avoid an escalation of tensions. He said it was important to preserve the scope for nuclear negotiations.

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How a 7-year-old won the battle to make female toy soldiers

Michael Wallace

02:20 min | 6 d ago

How a 7-year-old won the battle to make female toy soldiers

"A major item is being checked off a little girl's wish list after a toymaker followed her marching orders here. CBS is Steve Hartman on the road. It's already the best Christmas ever for seven year old Vivian Lord of Little Rock, Arkansas. But why such glee? Excited over plastic toy soldiers understand you have to go back to the summer of 2019 come in for another shot. It was during one of her brothers air raids that Vivian was struck. Struck by the fact that her army men were all just that men. I noticed that there were no bull army man. No girls. They don't make him my interview from last year. And were you disappointed When you found out there weren't any? I don't know why anybody has not thought of that. So Vivian wrote a letter that read in part. Please. Can you make army girls that look like women? She sent copies to several army men manufacturers, including Jeff Immelt, owner of BMC Toys, and Scranton, Pennsylvania. I've never gotten a letter from a child like that before. But every now and then somebody asked. You have any female toy soldiers? The answer has always been no. Although Jeff told me it was on a list of potential future projects. He even had concept drawings. They weren't in scratches, but they were busy baby boy. Vivian just couldn't understand the injustice and one poor Jeff was faced with those puppy dog eyes, So he's surrendered. I'm gonna do it. You're gonna do it. I'm going to do it. So Vivian put this to the sheep food. She put it to the top of the list easily. Shortly after receiving Vivian's letter, Jeff enlisted the first woman into the vintage plastic military. Today. There are 22 figures in all and this holiday. They will be taking up positions under Christmas trees across the country, And that means a silver has played well from Every day every day. Decisive victory in the battle for equality. Steve Hartman on the road in Little Rock, Arkansas.

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Black Friday amid COVID-19 pandemic

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:53 sec | 6 d ago

Black Friday amid COVID-19 pandemic

"Core, even during a pandemic. I've finally said okay, I'm gonna stand out here and I've been here since 4 P.m. on Wednesday. It's not the advice of Dr Celine Gounder, who was a member of President elect Biden's Covert Advisory council. Going to a mall and shopping and crowds is really not on the list of things that would be safe right now, and many stores are extending their black Friday bargains for days and offering them online. Retail experts Sanjay Varsha name. I don't expect black fight A to have any significance a few years from now. In fact, the new generation probably one of the know what black Fighting is. The smaller crowds, however, could cost the Salvation Army $60 million. Commissioner Kenneth Hotter. There are fewer locations for the kettle because there's less foot traffic. The coin shortage some of the local shutdowns as a result of pandemic, and that's coming at a time when millions more Americans or needy CBS News Brief.

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What almost dying taught me about living

TED Talks Daily

03:39 min | 6 d ago

What almost dying taught me about living

"It was the spring of twenty eleven and as they like to stay in commencement speeches. I've it's getting ready to enter the real world. I had recently graduated from college and moved to paris to start my first job. My dream was to become a war correspondent but the real world that i found took me into a really different kind of conflict zone at twenty two years old. I was diagnosed with leukemia. The doctors told me and my parents point blank that i had about a thirty five percent chance of long term survival. I couldn't wrap my head around. That prognosis meant. But i understood that the reality and the life i'd imagine for myself had shattered overnight. I lost my job. My apartment my independence and i became patient number. Five six to four over the next four years of chemo. A clinical trial and a bone marrow transplant. The hospital became my home my bed. The place is twenty seven since it was unlikely that i'd ever get better. I had to accept my new reality. And i adapted. I became fluent in medical lease made friends with a group of other. Young cancer. patients built a vast collection of neon and learn to use my rolling v. Paul as a skateboard. I even achieved my dream of becoming a war correspondent. Although not in the way i'd expected it started with a blog reporting from the frontlines my hospital bed and it morphed into a column i wrote for the new york times called life interrupted but but above all else my focus was on surviving and spoiler alert. Survive thing to an army of supportive. I'm still here. I am cured of cancer so when you go through traumatic experience like this people treat you differently. They start telling you how much of an inspiration you are. They say you're a warrior. They call you a hero someone. Who's lived the mythical hero's journey who's endured impossible trials and against the odds live to tell the tale returning better and braver for what you've been through and this definitely lines up with my experience. Cancer totally transformed my life. I left the hospital. Knowing exactly who i was and what i wanted to do in the world and now every day as the sunrises i drink a glass of celery juice and i followed this up with ninety minutes of yoga then i write down fifty things. I'm grateful for onto a scroll of paper that folds into an origami crane and then failing out my window.

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Ethiopian PM says troops ordered to move on Tigray capital

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last week

Ethiopian PM says troops ordered to move on Tigray capital

"Ethiopia's prime minister has ordered the army to me from the embattled capsule of the Tigray region the order comes after a seventy two hour ultimatum fatigue ready to surrender ended the nation's leader also won the city's half million residents to stay indoors and disarm the prime minister's office announced that the military offensive has reached its final stage after three weeks of fighting that means tanks and other weaponry can close in on me Kelly he's residents were warned of no mercy if they didn't move away from two great leaders in time the announcement caused international alarm as rights groups said such wedding could violate international law and put civilians in further danger I B. statements came they would take the utmost care to protect civilians the United Nations has reported people fleeing me Kelly but communications and transport links remain separate to Tigray and it's not clear how many people received the warnings in time I'm Karen Thomas

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Mayor of Dallas kicking off the start of iconic virtual Red Kettle Campaign

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:42 sec | Last week

Mayor of Dallas kicking off the start of iconic virtual Red Kettle Campaign

"The last week. The Salvation Army's Red Kettle campaign is officially underway with Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson anointed with the time honored tradition of making the first contribution. The Salvation Army's rescue Christmas campaign event was held at North Park, with Johnson, stressing the magnitude of Dallas is need. It's vitally important that those of us who are able that we contribute this year to this red kettle campaign. Salvation Army National commander can Hotter says many Americans have been crushed by the Corona virus pandemic. We have less foot traffic. There's a national coin shortage, and many individuals who would normally give are now unemployed. If you want to donate to the Salvation Army Red Kettle campaign, you can visit w b a p dot com

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"american army" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"american army" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"Symbolism. Nowhere is just straight up. You know, I, it is what it is it a. Or anything. How you doing. I'm doing fine. You know, we just said before the show started, you know, sort of sitting on a hurricane watts, but otherwise. Anyway, I'm I'm a little up north than you now, so you're going to get a little bit more Brennan so so there you go. Chilling out. Well, today is September eleventh. And I know what a podcast is going to release today after, but I wanna make significantly clear that today we are remembering the tragedy that was September, eleven, and. I don't wanna go into what I was doing. I don't want to go into any of that. I want to remind people how many of us in this generation were shaped bad that day, how many of us started paying attention to politics, started paying attention to the world started actually thinking and being critical of what our leaders were doing and questioning why we were in places and why we were sinister and places who didn't like us. It changed for a lot of us. It became the reason we got interested in politics in first place. Me included today as I was watching someone memorials and they were talking to some of the men who. And I know it was some women too, but I'm specifically talking about the men at this point, the men who were wasting their life away, the men who had no focus the men who had no plan. And when knows planes flew into those towers, those men change their destinies those men change their stars and they did it for me. You know what I'm saying? Like they did it for me, and I guess this is not excluding a women Yala brave. Just as everything still plans to you right now, I'm focusing on men. You did it for me. You get what I'm saying. So in light of everything that's happening fell, everything that's happening with the flag for every single one of you that made that sacrifice for every single one of you put that burden on your chest for every single one of you who looks at that flag and wanted the people who bought down our towers. The people who crashed into our Pentagon, the people made a plane crash in Pennsylvania for the u. people that went into the military so that you could fight the wars abroad. There are those of us that defy decided to fight the war at home while you were out braving bullets, we were here learning about quickey politicians while you out defending our freedoms from the tyranny of Islam, terrorism, we were here fighting against democratic progressivism from enter into our country. A lot of us took that battle on a hair so that when you came home, America would look the same for you because you were fighting for us. This is a two prong war. If you actually believe America will not be defeated from the outside, there is no force that can beat our American army, our military, our navy, our marines, every single branch are if you believe that they are the strongest force in the world and as no army that can take them down. Then the biggest fight is the internal fight that we are facing right now and the people, the warriors who have stepped into that fight doesn't mean we don't understand everything you fought for at everything you've sacrificed for it. Even when we don't necessarily agree with the symbolism that you want us to hear too. And I want to make that perfectly clear because in this moment while we're remembering September eleventh and we are focused on. The outside external threats to America. It reinforces to people like me why her inside is worth saving, and that is my battlefield and just a symbolic as the war on terrorism is to nine eleven. That's symbolism place for me on this day because this was the day, the asteroid at paying attention. This was the data I started fighting. This was the day that I started realizing that there is an internal fight in America and American citizens, regular everyday, ordinary American citizens would have to stand up and fight internally just like all those men and women went to externally. So I just wanted to say that and and just put that out there that symbolism works both ways..

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"american army" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"american army" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"But nobody stands the chance, she gets you folks nobody says it's I'm. Here today. To sign on new defense Bill into law pay. Tribute to the greatest soldiers, in the history of the. World the United States. Army thank you The national defense. Authorization act is the most significant investment in our military and, our warfighters in modern history and I am very proud to be, a big big part. Of it It was not. Very hard you know I went to congress I said let's do it we gotta do it we're going. To strengthen on military like never ever before and, that's what we did I want to say very strongly there's no better place than right here at fort drum to. Celebrate its passage no better. Place after, years of devastating cuts. We're now, rebuilding our military. Like we never have. Before ever because we know that to survive and having. That survival of our freedom It depends upon the might of our military and no enemy on, earth can match the strength courage and skill. Of the American army and the American armed forces and he kept going in at fort drum customer to America is a peaceful nation But if conflict is forced upon us we will fight and we will win Right general right right To, believe, generals The guys we're powered by the unstoppable force of the United States army very special with..

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"american army" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"american army" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Look at the interstates southbound two seventy five as you approach northbound seventy five in palmetto. That off ramp has been shut down for ongoing construction do, plan to use roadways like forty one instead remaining intersections big bridges and toll roads do remain accident-free standard eight minute drive across the Howard Franklin in both directions ever looking good across the. Skyway but more real time traffic updates on your route download the, total traffic app powered by traffic karma. Steve foster NewsRadio nine, seventy WFL gay Southerly flow. Still in place can't rule out, a morning shower but most of it inland in the afternoon hours high. Temp of ninety one degrees on Tuesday overall rain chance about forty percent thirty percent rain chance for Wednesday mostly afternoon evening showers and thunderstorms more of our typical pattern. Ninety to the rest of the week drier air aloft news, in from the east that will stabilize the atmosphere only about a twenty percent chance of showers and storms mostly in the afternoon through the, weekend south winds five dot one to to smooth. Bay waters I'm news channel h. e. technologist Steve derby for NewsRadio, nine seventy WFL a Radio I'm. Rich Denison President Trump this afternoon signing the latest military spending Bill at fort drum in upstate New York seven hundred sixteen billion dollar increased budget aimed at. Modernizing US military forces no enemy on earth can. Match the strength courage and skill, of the American army and the American armed forces. The Bill adds fifteen. Thousand troops to the, ranks, and it gives soldiers two, point six, percent salary increase the, largest pay, bump, in a decade. FOX's Brian Yanez prosecutors have rested their case in the fraud trial, of former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort the defense is expected to begin presenting its case tomorrow Manafort has pleaded not guilty it's still unclear if he'll testify or if, the defense, will even call any witnesses before moving on. The.

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"american army" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"american army" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Sewers can be and then my lymph node on the right side began to swell swell pretty big you saw you saw and and i looked it up in the lymph node swelling oh cancer right right i went through went down and had looked at by doctors didn't i did two biopsies on my neck because they couldn't determine undetermined did not show malignant and so what i what bottom line is what happened was is it because of the tense muscles and sore muscles at squeezed off the lymph node concerts well okay those tests that i had cancer came to enormous amounts bet okay not only that but after starting to go down i had doctors calling me saying you got to come in for another one we've got to do another we gotta do more biopsies nothing's gonna choke of these are doctors going to choke off your airway you're not going to be able to breathe them worried about your health you gotta come in the pressure was on i knew i just knew it wasn't that i didn't know how but i knew it wasn't that but there's a tremendous amount of pressure i know the bills have a wonderful insurance yeah i'd still be white me out definitely a moneymaker that's why that's why all the races the world aren't going to cure cancer because they don't want it to be don't want it to be with their strange things that happened in in not only monetary it's political let me tell you a little story if i can't israel okay nineteen fifty one the director of the israeli health ministry dr sheba claim she will he flew to america and he returned with seven x ray machines there were supplied to him by the american army okay okay and they were to be used in a mass atomic experiment with an entire generation of sephardic jews okay in school buses and they said well we're going to have is a field trip and we're gonna check you for scalpels ringworm and so they gave every school every sephardic jew they give them thirty five thousand times.

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"american army" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"american army" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Sewers can be and then my lymph node on the right side began to swell swell pretty big you saw you saw really wrong and and i looked it up and build swelling oh cancer right i went through went down in head it looked at by doctors i didn't i did two biopsies on my neck because they couldn't determine that it was an indeterminate but they did not show malignant and so what i what bottom line is what happened was because of the tense muscles and sore muscles at squeezed off the lymph node concerts well okay those tests that i had cancer came to an enormous amount okay not only that but after who starting to go down i had doctors calling me saying you got to come in for another one we've got to do another mri we gotta do more biopsies that thing's gonna choke off these are doctors gonna choke off your airway not going to be able to breathe them worried about your health you gotta come in the pressure was on but i knew i just knew it wasn't that i didn't know how but i knew it wasn't that but there's a tremendous amount of pressure the bills church nope i didn't have a wonderful insurance yeah i'd still be i would've wiped me out definitely a moneymaker that's why that's why all the races in the world aren't going to cure cancer because they don't want it to be don't want it to be strange things that happen in this not only monetary it's political let me tell you a little story if i can israel okay in nineteen fifty one the director of the israeli health ministry dr sheba claimed shibo he flew to america and he returned with seven x ray machines there were supplied to him by the american army okay okay and they were to be used in a mass atomic experiment with an entire generation of sephardic jews okay in school buses and they said what we're going to have is a field trip and we're going to check you for scalpels ringworm and so they gave every school every sephardic jew they gave them thirty five thousand times.

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"american army" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"american army" Discussed on WTMA

"The american injury indian as the ultimate warrior kind of holds up in the american army they're put in some of the most dangerous positions in the american army as runners or as reconnaissance sanders is as an engineer what is their job he's an he's a combat engineer but he's not there to build things he's there to blow things up or to preach the line and this is the four lawn hope of the of world war one he's given wirecutters and told a snip individual strands of mountains of barbed wire to breach it to make a whole to allow the advancing troops to break breakthrough he's present at the big battle that is to come the musar gone before and during and after musar gone they send the combat engineers in i i know this very well patrick knows it very well because my father was a combat engineer and the second wards and we talked to him on the sixtieth anniversary his job on d day was the gap assault team thirteen to breach the german obstacles on omaha beach that's exactly the job sanders has he wasn't landing in a landing craft he's to go in front of the assault battalions on his belly i can imagine and cut the wires so not only the infantry can come through but also the tanks absolutely his first real action is my fights at bellawood any fights this was on but his first significant action is at san mateo where the american is go on the offensive to reduce a salient that had been created there since the beginning of the war and saunders is pushed out front along with one other month september yes and pushed out front to breach the barbed wire and the german commander on the other side is given orders to all of his men to shoot any if they ever site indians on contact immediately and in focus all sniper fire on them so he's really a target if he's if he's able to be i if they identify him but he's out there in front and he's just you know sustaining sniper fire artillery fire and he's cutting this wire but they breached the wire the you know the infantry follows behind them but they're out front the small group to men and they they push into toward san mahal that san mateo into the salient and they they make their way into a small town where they there's a german strongpoint which is actually an old french chateau and they enter the strong point and they keep they start taking prisoners the small to men start taking prisoners i ten then fifteen eventually saunders captures over sixty sixty three german prisoners singlehandedly saunders is live he goes home and he dies in nineteen forty seven patrick is provided what we what we can know of the body bearers he lives almost entirely in the west and san antonio texas and he's buried the golden gate national cemetery for anyone who is concerned about his fate and wants to go find a native american combat hero from the first war who was one of the body bears now harry taylor also from the wild west and participating in the wild west division bore o one fort yellowstone wyoming there are some regional sense of how they chose these men although i note that they all had to be within six feet tall right that was that was one of the requirements but it was general pershing that actually had the final selection on all of these men the army and the navy in the marine corps called through all the files in that was given to general pershing to finally selected them and then pershing wanted a decorated heroes but also he wanted to tell the story of the af through each of the branches of service the army the navy the marine corps and then the combat specials af is american expeditionary force was called the whole military commitment by the united states racked and that's what these body bears do they provide us the story of the af through the individuals wild west division is the ninety first division it also fought valiantly in the.

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"american army" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"american army" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"John john batchelor show michael vallejo's my colleague of johns hopkins we are examining for some weeks now the new civil war in america michael teaches a course to be offered in these next months in the fall of johns hopkins entitled kinship identity in the past two civil war in which the professor with a reading list identifies the stages of conflict that can be described as civil war after the fact after the fact it is a measure of two thousand years of history of civil war starting with the romans who invented it that countries nations groups regions do not know they're involved in a great civil war as minor civil war until after it's over until it's too late to stop the dialogue the dreaming the narrative all starts beforehand before conflict and michael and i are watching now because there are very strong signs that america's engaged in civil war that rennes us apart not puts his together that we're not seeking answers michael very good evening to you my reading with you in mind these last days has been a new book about the mazaar gone offensive of september october nine thousand nine hundred and a hundred years past when pershing having debated with the french put the american army the af into action alone by itself fighting shoulder to shoulder with other americans famous divisions and just organized divisions african american division the ninety second in the ninety third the forty second division the eighty the seventy seventh division the thirty fifth division all these divisions thrown in a line against the welders established german defences of years past this is in the neighborhood of the battle of verdun that had been fought out in nineteen sixteen the greatest single massacre of human beings ever in conflict but this is now nine hundred eighteen and the americans through them selves into this contest against very good german troops verte burgers and prussians very good troops in dug in positions and in the course of the battle where there's much to speak of pershing's bad leadership poor generalship and the inexperience of the american troops trying to overcome the odds against them in the course of the battle you can see again and again the americans are struck by how they're fighting shoulder to shoulder in the same conflict with men from other parts of the country other identities italian from new york or or scandinavian from minnesota.

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"american army" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"american army" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"That's come from is an exchange i had with senator wyden five years ago and march of two thousand thirteen about surveillance program and he was asking me about one and i was thinking about another so i made a mistake but i didn't lie so that's what occasions what you're referencing though is that when you said you you're talking about james snowden blowing the whistle on the nsa legally buying and in two thousand thirteen when you were asked about it you said no so that that is a lie and i i'm sorry i was thinking about something else thinking about so either the governor who is spied on americans or it wasn't not a trick question does the government surveillance americans are not you said no they absolutely do not well came out they did well i didn't lie i was thinking about pimlico i was just thinking about the horse races at saratoga i had my mind somewhere else where the only thing i had to answer was does american army is being spied on by the government i didn't lie i was thinking about something else i have this picture of hardened detectives questioning a guy like clapper under the white you know the lightbulb on the string and then and the cops bursting out laughing whether interrogating me says why did ally i was thinking about something else where you're thinking about dinner what were you thinking about how you're going to get what uber we're gonna use uber uber black to.

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"american army" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"american army" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The french came to fight alongside the americans very end of the war battle of yorktown the french officers were all stunned at the number of black people in the american army in the continental army and it took them a while to get used to that idea because of course racism was so common throughout europe at the time and one of the one of the things that that the revolution did accomplish as a lot of the founding fathers were abolitionists they wanted to see slavery abolished alexander hamilton very actively benjamin franklin very actively john adams at least rhetorically they were in favor of eliminating slavery and it was because of the energy of the revolution that within thirty years of that struggle states throughout the north had gotten rid of slavery where it formerly existed so to say that seventeen seventy six was a sad year because america was born that year is a slander and ally let us go to your calls on a disagreement day to antoine in philadelphia antoine you're on the michael medved show hey mike how you doing nothing well i love your show thank you first of all first of all i want to disagree with this owner thing i mean i i often the right people just leave people know let them work through their issues this is an issue where people are dying and you guys are talking about a flag that flew when we were slave horrible mike that is horrible that's like making jewish people pay respect to a swastika no it's not because this was the flag when you talk about liberation of black people what flag was that liberation it should've fled we were slave the display correct and you're but you slaves under the flag of every other nation on earth but i'm glad we were we supposed to be slaves to be free i you're right and that's why and that's why you had about seven hundred thousand actually fighting for the union it was about three hundred and fifty thousand white americans who died four the clause of ending slavery and i respect that okay but what flag did they fight under ten slavery they've fought now i would agree we were still slaying we still got raped beaten murdered i mean we still definite day.

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"american army" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"american army" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The french came to fight alongside the americans very end of the war the battle of yorktown the french officers were all stunned at the number of black people in the american army in the continental army and it took them a while to get used to that idea because of course racism was so common throughout europe at the time and one of the one of the things that that the revolution did accomplish is a lot of the founding fathers were abolitionists they wanted to see slavery abolished alexander hamilton very actively benjamin franklin very actively john adams at least rhetorically they were in favor of eliminating slavery and it was because of the energy of the revolution that within thirty years of that struggle states throughout the north had gotten rid of slavery where it formerly existed so to say that seventeen seventy six was a sad year because america was born that year is a slender and ally i'll let us go to your calls on a disagreement day to antoine in philadelphia antoine you're on the michael medved show hey mike are you doing i love your show thank you first of all first of all i want to disagree with this owner thing i mean i often do white people just leave people let them work through their issues this is an issue where people are dying and you guys are talking about a flag that flew when we were slave that's horrible mike that is horrible that's like making jewish people pay respect to a swastika no it's not because this was the flag when you talk about liberation of black people what flag was that liberation it should have flared we were slave of the display correct but your slaves under the flag of every other nation on earth under this flat we were we supposed to be slaves to be free i you're right and that's why and that's why you had about seven hundred thousand actually fighting for the union it was about three hundred and fifty thousand white americans who died for the clause of ending slavery and i respect that okay but what flag did they fight under to end slavery.

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"american army" Discussed on Start the Week

Start the Week

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"american army" Discussed on Start the Week

"When we get too fast in the in the economy and and the and the sad thing is that we mm with dumped learned so much the cross was terrible i mean it was it was it was a hell of their months and two or three years but not by so i just ask a little bit about because your you'll main the town in where everything is at his catholic in which is on on the far west of southwest ivar of iceland and you've got a very clear physical description of the aftermath of the crash so in catholic it's a it's a small time nothing gets cut a relatively low rise much this is one tool building for a long time and that's the bank and this point before the crash icelander investing very very heavily in banks which are speculating a boring around the world and this is one of them and then after the crash is just left there was this empty chala and eventually becomes library which is very reassuring but just talk it through a little bit of what happens to catholic during and then immediately after the crash well firstly apart when when i was i never owned understood its where the money was coming from an and the people crises ira but there was getting rid senate's at answer and i just thought i don't know nothing about the economy it's it's not my field but then i realized after the crisis that the experts did know either leave you've let's let was scary thing to not an but kepler ekeus are is extremely special place in iceland both recovering from nature and and and the source ieti it was ill swim old town porto it was based on the air on the the american army so it heavily influenced by by israeli air and and then by the by there with his and then there's just before the crisis the american army went away so they they lost that's income and then we lost to face the court system is likely.

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"american army" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"american army" Discussed on WDRC

"I hit a sponsor who was responsible for me if i was to leave z to work he had to pay for me that is those words of works in those days and be followed them into years leapt up my husband while still under german he he was drafted into the american army and she served for two years two years in reserves and two years in the act of reserves now that and we never took a dime from the government revoked hot both of us both of i'll let some spent through college repaid so i am just outraged about this these the illegals who think they have a right to stay here should the republicans hold the line in this government shutdown with dhaka i i believe they should because dhaka's would have never been included in talks on the budget and i do i have to say that i feel for the daca children because they came here as infants or toddlers and they have never known the country where their parents were born in gazebo born uganda sent them back they don't even know what that country probably don't even speak the language some of them so that is a very very tricky situation so houses we settle it uh well i would probably a brooklyn sadako children to get them citizenship and the parents it's a different story if they have to go through the legal hopes to become citizens themselves they in some long line beating of good people and the rate and the rate my husband read the three years to come here but i do feel for the children who don't even know they're still part home country since the burnt did they didn't even know anything about the first a great call thanks for calling okay take care hated saive seven four to seven to three david waterbury welcome to see other ill this morning then a a an mqm her i hear the frustration that is evident and a lot of you're caller i don't think either party's plain agrees with us i mean heard one of the things that really perplexed may we hear all this talk about the wall and then of course general kelly said well wait a minute now the wall is gonna be open but the whole of southern border in of course it can't be given the uh the uh topography of pot griffey of the.

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"american army" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"american army" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The infantry as an infantry officer the question people always get off always get this question why should somebody read this book this elite books are now will work to what is it about this book it's compelling well this book focuses at the ground level uh it's speaks to the experience of the infantryman in this war where the great bulk of the losses the deaths cast these occurred now that this is how the campaign was won by these troops engaging of very skilled and determined enemy and what they did and how they fought to overcome this enemy and eventually turned the tables and by the end of the war it's the american army beating up on every disorganized and the more lightest german army so a process it took place from beginning to the end right is i was gonna say the german army by the time this is over was totally demoralized chaos in other lose and we're gonna be right back folks are talking about world war two of the book is battle hardened we'll be right back sinn gives us aw the bill and sand news opinion compassion this is am 970 the answer mostly clear nineteen degrees what's going on we the answer firefighters on the scene of a threerun firing crown heights brooklyn the virus nine ten vrgin streak began at around nine fifteen p m smoke and flames from the brownstone were visible for blocks firefighters are planning the flames on this frigid twenty degree weather no word of any injuries fdny officials say dozens required medical attention during the time square new year's eve celebration due to extreme cold forty separate calls came in with twenty nine people hospitalized and eleven.

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"american army" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"american army" Discussed on KGO 810

"And the amazing thing is that are is that our american army guys in marine sound a hell of a lot like the guys uh on the other side and the admiration and the fear and the hatred and the respect are sort of mutually won't woven together and and it is pretty incredible testimony and remember that because there's communist regime when their victory and you know is seen as a singular thing a victory by the capital p people whereas we in a democratic society we want to have um individual people's experiences matter and so this is the first time anybody at ask some of these via calling guys and and north vietnamese guys what it was like what did you feel what happened who did you lose and your family what did that make you feel what was your experience a battle to personalize it in a way that seems sort of obvious to us americans but it was at all them and and and that was thrilling because they think they them you know sometimes like are americans would break down on camera and cry remembering the loss somebody and you begin to realize the shared humanity of everyone and it helps you tell the story from a multitude of perspective got to be a completely different situation when you're doing a documentary when a lot of the participants and politicians are to alive you work interviewing for instance stonewall jackson for civil war on for no i wasn't i had his writings in his diaries and things like had and we did our best i think successfully in that context of bringing to life the lincoln's and the davis is in the stonewall jackson's and the ulysses s grant uh uh uh john have people telling you uh take you wanna ambush or or to be on the other side of that ambushed to do the ambushing we really need the war home i mean in many cases uh we've got battles in which you've got uh an american marine adviser his south vietnamese moyeen khan uh counterpart and a via congo realo or an envoy elder talking about the same moment so we have one guy saying i was shooting out.

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"american army" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"american army" Discussed on WDRC

"The targets of a deadly ambush in niger three members of the american army's elite green beret unit had been killed in an attack there two other members of the special forces squad were wounded they were among eight or ten us soldiers who came under fire while conducting a joint patrol with local who forces near the border with malli boxes trays gallagher reports that areas a hotbed of terror activity two states are planning to execute convicted killers today the supreme court clearing the way for alabama to give jeffrey borden a lethal a lethal injection for murdering his wife and father in law christmas eve 1993 and in florida michael lamberet is asking the supreme court to stop the state from executing him arguing the sentencing method used in his case was unconstitutional since the verdict was not unanimous forecasters and gulf coast residents keeping a close eye on a tropical depression off the coast of central america tropical depression number sixteen formed off the nicaraguan coast storm warnings were posted there now but the northward motion into the gulf of mexico means it will very soon be a tropical storm and and eventual hurricane just as it reaches the us gulf coast anywhere from florida to louisiana probably this sunday it's too soon for official watches and warnings on the us coastline but this storms system will bring damaging wind rain and storms surge in miami eban brown fox news the national league wildcard is the arizona diamondbacks eliminating the colorado rockies last night with an eleven eight win in the wildcard playoff game pitcher archery bradley hit a tworun triple pumps about moving on this was one step of of the process ones step of woman wanted accomplished announce vow gone appointed dodgers and finding a way to beat them but actually division steerage series starts tomorrow the two american league division series begins today begins today the astor's hosting the red soxs after noon that i've is the yankees and indians in cleveland of jack callahan fox news radio reporting fearing for channel 3 eyewitness news president trump was in las vegas visiting the victims and their families in the aftermath of the deadliest match shooting in us history he and the first lady met with some of the nearly five hundred people injured in sunday's massacre at a country music festival as the.

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"american army" Discussed on War Stories w/ Oliver North

War Stories w/ Oliver North

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"american army" Discussed on War Stories w/ Oliver North

"In world war one was the first time in the american army the more people will die of enemy action than disease the great wall marked the beginning of the modern warfare use of mustard gas machine guns and mines accounted for many of the grisly injuries inflicted on the two hundred four thousand americans returned home with gas seared lungs prolonged illnesses and empty tainted limbs if you had a major artery damaged you would lose the limb because the blood supply could not be restored the 1918 us government past the soldiers rehabilitation ah it provided vocational retraining to disabled world war one veterans but that wasn't enough for one of its disabled veterans a judge from cincinnati named robert marks piece saw the need for some kind of coordinated services provided for the governor to take care of wounded gassed better from world war one was totally schwabisch water beneficent were available if any at all david gorman a veteran and lost both legs from a boobytrap in vietnam is an executive director of the group marks founded a nineteen twenty the disabled american veterans he decided to print a group of veterans together try to lobby congress and the administration to put together what we now know as department of veterans affairs take care of veterans needs the veteran's administration was born and the benefit structure uh expanded the pension program for needy wartime veterans from two thousand one to two thousand five vietnam veteran anthony principi served that's the secretary of the department of veterans affairs formerly known as the veterans administration n you'll budget a sixty four billion dollars which is trying to provide training and opportunities.

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"american army" Discussed on Talk Radio 570 KVI

Talk Radio 570 KVI

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"american army" Discussed on Talk Radio 570 KVI

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