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"andrew marshall" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:30 min | 6 months ago

"andrew marshall" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Seen a lot of buyers come back into the market today and it happened in phases It started off in the Forex markets And then we saw the bond market pick up and now we're just getting some green numbers in equities thanks and it's trading up about a tenth of 1% The next thing tech index is up 9 tenths of a percent and we are now flat in Tokyo and also nearly flat in Australia and the Sydney market So what has changed Well symptoms have been mild so far according to COVID-19 advisers to South Africa that is on this new this new variant that has been discovered and Moderna said that a reformulated shot could be available early next year if necessary And so investors are kind of looking at what happened on Friday is perhaps an overreaction A lot of markets down two and a half to 3% on Friday so the buyers are coming back in But it's not off to the races or anything As mentioned some very light gains and we also have the Taiwan market now that is turned green so the tych there is slightly higher Still some interesting individual stories though Macau casino operator is getting hit pretty hard as police looks like they made it the arrest of the head of the gambling hub's biggest junket operator That's after the city of one Joe in China had approved an arrest warrant for sun city group chief executive officer Alvin Charles This could be bad for the junket and VIP industry and that could affect revenues We see maitua falling pretty hard 9% or so after posting its widest loss since 2018 and Nissan is down about four and a half percent After announcing that it would spend nearly 18 billion U.S. dollars in the next 5 years to electrify more of its lineup Dalian one 1366 yield on the ten year 1.53% WTI crude was a huge bounds of 5% 71 55 a barrel Paul to you Well Moderna says the new Omni omicron coronavirus variant may allude current vaccines and if so a vaccine against it could be ready by early next year This is according to Paul Burton Moderna's chief medical officer and he was here on BBC's Andrew Marshall We should know about the ability of the current vaccine to provide protection in the next couple of weeks But the remarkable thing about the mRNA vaccine to Moderna platform is that we can move very fast Moderna mobilized hundreds of star fairly on Thursday Thanksgiving Day in the U.S. after news of the amaran variant was spreading Burton said protection from current vaccine should still exist and that depends on how long ago a person was vaccinated Oil rebounded after a dramatic plunge on Friday it fell 13% I mentioned this morning it was up about 5% In the meantime OPEC and his allies are increasingly inclined to ditch their plan to raise output next week Bloomberg susannah Palmer takes a look We're hearing from delegates who don't want to be identified that the 23 nation alliance led by Saudi Arabia is leading toward abandoning a plan for a modest production hike set for January Its next meeting is this Wednesday and Thursday The group was already considering a pause after the U.S. and other consumers announced the release of emergency oil stockpiles last Monday The group now worries that the emergence of the omicron coronavirus variant could mean renewed shutdowns and travel restrictions Susanna Palmer Bloomberg daybreak Asia I'm trying to say the U.S. is reopening much too quickly.

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"andrew marshall" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:18 min | 6 months ago

"andrew marshall" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Dean kodiak And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Symptoms linked to the oma cron coronavirus variant have been mild so far that according to a COVID-19 adviser to the South African government and the Pretoria Doctor Who first sounded the alarm about the new strain While South Africa which first identified the new variant currently has over 3200 people with the coronavirus infection there has been no real uptick in hospitalizations says Barry shoop chairman of the ministerial advisory committee on vaccines He was speaking with Sky News today Meantime doctor Anthony Fauci speaking on ABC's this week says the variants strength is a mystery We don't know yet what the level of severity will be Moderna chief medical officer Paul Burton said he suspects the new omen crime coronavirus variant may allude current vaccines and if so a reformulated shot could be available early in the new year Burton said today on the BBC's Andrew Marshall that we should know about the ability of the current vaccine to provide protection in the next couple of weeks He also said if we have to make a brand new vaccine I think that's going to be early in 2022 before that's really going to be available in large quantities He added that the remarkable thing about the mRNA vaccine is that we can move very fast Police say don't confront so called smash and grab robbers hitting high end retailers as people shop They say call 9-1-1 If you feel safe and try to remember any details you can Officers in several cities are being strategically placed near retail stores Former FBI agent Brad Garrett says a big challenge could be copycat thieves They tend not to be an organized group from the standpoint of fencing jewelry of having organized crime involved Stores including beta in San Francisco are now shelling out $30,000 a month for around the clock security Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg You're listening to balance and power with David Weston on Bloomberg radio Still to come this hour.

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"andrew marshall" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:01 min | 6 months ago

"andrew marshall" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Street nervous investors anxious about a new strain of COVID-19 sent the markets tumbling Friday The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged over a thousand points during the session for its worst drop of 2021 I'm Dina kodiak And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Symptoms linked to the omicron coronavirus variant have been mild so far that according to a COVID-19 adviser to the South African government and the Pretoria Doctor Who first sounded the alarm about the new strain While South Africa which first identified the new variant currently has over 3200 people with the coronavirus infection there has been no real uptick in hospitalizations says Barry shoop chairman of the ministerial advisory committee on vaccines He was speaking with Sky News today Meantime doctor Anthony Fauci speaking on ABC's this week says the variants strength is a mystery We don't know yet what the level of severity will be Moderna chief medical officer Paul Burton said he suspects the new omicron coronavirus variant nailed current vaccines and if so a reformulated shot could be available early in the new year Burton said today on the BBC's Andrew Marshall that we should know about the ability of the current vaccine to provide protection in the next couple of weeks He also said if we have to make a brand new vaccine I think that's going to be early in 2022 before that's really going to be available in large quantities He added that the remarkable thing about the mRNA vaccine is that we can move very fast Police say don't confront so called smash and grab robbers hitting high end retailers as people shop They say call 9-1-1 If you feel safe and try to remember any details you can Officers in several cities are being strategically placed near retail stores Former FBI agent Brad Garrett says the big challenge could be copycat thieves They tend not to be an organized group from the standpoint of fencing jewelry of having organized crime involved Stores including beta in San Francisco are now shelling out $30,000 a month for around the clock security Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg This is balance the power with David Weston The president's plan is quite clearly working in the American job market Investors who are keen to invest in aviation and healthcare and energy are under invested in GE today where the world of politics meets the world of business We're not gonna allow our steel industry to be hurt by Chinese excess capacity The gas tax is no longer supporting the level of funding that is required to keep our roads and bridges in good condition Balance of power with David Weston on Bloomberg radio Coming up this hour we focus on the future of the fed after the long awaited announcement finally came this week the chair Jay Powell.

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"andrew marshall" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"andrew marshall" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Bernie Sanders mean that went viral after President Biden's inauguration and artists now a two key turned it into a salad. Gave us and Chad couldn't wait to share how she made it. Do you want to eat Bernie Sanders or something that would interest you like some of this? It's fantastic. What is it? Crackers. That's all everybody gets. Crackers, Bernie Salad and our Tokyo. Remember this. The images of Bernie Sanders at the inauguration wearing those big wool mittens and sitting down with his legs crossed or his legs crossed, led to countless means on social media. So we're hearing from an artist in our Tookie. Whose own creation has now gone viral, another viral. She makes food and it looks pretty and this is it's Bernie Sal Andrew Marshall turned Vegetables. What, but she's been creating food, art and paintings. For years, More than three million people have now seen her her latest one, which is the Bernie Food Art. I don't want to eat anything That looks like Bernie saying Now I'm gonna get that. What happened to appreciate that hard pass hard? No, she posted on Facebook. Marshall thinks the senator from Vermont may have seen it by now. That would not be exciting. She describes how this all came to be. I can't wait to hear this Bernie salad and our two key. I opened up my refrigerator. I had these little potatoes, and I said, that's Bernie's head. And then I had a piece of collie flower. Now what? What do you want? Perry, Bernie's head, So the potato is very another kind of potatoes. The potato is, Bernie said, What's the cauliflower? Is that body? Is that the little mole that he is on the left side of his face? Is that Is it his hair? The collie flower I used for the little mask. And then that was the green part and then little collie flower hair. Picking out little teeny, tiny, but it was just our dip. What we're talking about very ingredients that I had planned. Now that is talent and creativity on a whole lot of time on your hands says so, Marshall says she just finished a Children's book of Bernie Sanders food. Food art to help kids recognize where their food comes from. Have you ever eaten a vegetable that looks like someone? No. All right. I'd like to go around the room here. Pablo, would you eat a Bernie Vegeta vegetable that looks like Bernie Sanders. Yes. Why is it goes vegetable Scott butter on it some salt, But my My point is most of times when people sees images on food, it's like Jesus or an image of something right? Like Mary Robert. Mary, Come on, Mary always married man. Jesus, Mandy, are the producers, would you Would you eat a vegetable that looked like Bernie Sanders? No, because it's almost too cute to eat too cute, But, yeah, it's so cute. He's so cute. I would wrap it up in Saran Wrap and keep it in my French forever. Becky Lin, Would you eat a vegetable that looks like Bernie Sanders? Would you feed it to your dog? I would totally eat it. Why would you eat it? Because Yum. Aren't you hungry? It's almost dinner time. You can hear more if you just download the K T A R AP and just subscribe to the Gato said Chad Show podcast. It is 6 52. There will be fans in the stands and Phoenix Suns Arena tonight as the Sun's host. The Cavaliers are Syracuse. L has all the details from the Parker and Sons, heating cooling, plumbing and electrical sports desk. The Phoenix Suns host the Cleveland Cavaliers tonight in downtown Phoenix. Now the Cavs have lost five of their last six games, which Works in the sun's favor as they will be very shorthanded tonight. Five players out for Phoenix, Chris Paul Jae Crowder, Abdul Nater Campaign and Dario Shar itch. This will also be the first night that Phoenix Suns arena is open to the general public 1500 fans allowed in the building after the Sun's hosted health care workers. Yesterday's game against Boston. That is a seven o'clock start over on 98. 7 FM Arizona Sports station Hell, No, I ain't going anywhere. I'm coming back. Try to get to That is Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians, confirming after yesterday's Super Bowl win that he is not retiring just yet. The former Arizona Cardinals coach wins his first Super Bowl ring as a.

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"andrew marshall" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"andrew marshall" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"That. Is donna mckechnie singing the music and the mirror from one thousand nine hundred seventy five original broadway recording of a chorus line. Hello hello this is fausto furnace. And i'm mark villian from feast of fun. Are you ready for your audition. I'll do my very best. I need you to be honest. John marshall junior for this podcast. Honesty's yeah. I think i can handle that and tell us your name. And what was your first job my whole john. Andrew marshall junior. My dad is actually john andrew marshall so he's senior and junior and the reason. I'm acting so strange. Because i'm trying to be very mad here. Chorus line jesse chorus line. Okay i was. I was saying this felt a little more formal our last chance so far well. That's the thing about this past year. It's felt very much similar. to donna. mckechnie song the music and the mirror. Where these really talented amazing people in every job in the world have been chomping at the teeth just to be able to shine just to be able to do their job. President trump leaves office with the record number of unemployment since the great depression um so there are millions of people who are out of work right now. A lot of people dead and dead Four hundred thousand people dead and today. I thought it'd be kind of uplifting and fun to talk to a young actor singer dancer model from chattanooga tennessee who's actually been in chorus line. Yes that's one of the. It's definitely one of those shows. That's on the list of one of the greats to get done if you're if you're an actor and dancer particularly so i mean people love with some people absolutely hate it. I know people come from from two different vantage point. Say they think of it as you know kinda corny and sappy right they do someti- i like to think that that's the minority speaking but But yeah i think some people think it's a little heavy handed. But but i'm certainly on the side of thinking it's really effective and You know when you see the show. You end up rooting for these people. Regardless of whether you're an actor or not know who did you play when you in chorus line. I played down. So he's kind of a conglomeration of a few different people stories from the night. They all taped the dancer. Sat around and tape the stories with michael bennet. He's a few different people stories. Put together to play kind of the Archetypal straight male dancer and was his song. Yeah he has a solo in The montage right after morales sings and he sings about The nightclub unia. You know he likes you. Know kind of and perhaps stripping depending on how you interpret interpret it at the nightclub when he's a team so you were typecast. Because he's the header only heterosexual character in the whole walls. Zack you know is acted a director kind of narrator voice omniscient voice sometimes depending on how it's directed is also straight to one who has a bit of a romance with cassie visit was the mid seventies in new york and a lot of actress singer dancers and models were out of work and they got together and they said you know let's put together our own theatre company our own conservatory. So we can. We can have some jobs and michael bennett. Along with donna mckechnie and she michael bennett. Is the turkey a lot of stuff but like like today people know that and the woman who's dancing flailing her arms. That's donna cagney. Who's things music in the mirror. And so they showed up to this to this. Basically it was kind of like an audition slash workshop with a tape recorder and they just started asking all the performers to bare their souls. They did yeah. A lot of a lot of the dancers involved. Didn't really know what the plan was. But they knew michael bennett of promises. Fame all in all all his other project so they kind of they they showed up and essentially you started doing a dance class and then Later in the evening they all sat around. Nineteen seventy four was january twenty six benchley and A sat around and did exactly exactly that and go from is very sammie williams. The dancer who talked about being gay fitting into his sister's tap dancing shoes by wearing extra socks. They turned that into the tap dancing song than the.

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"andrew marshall" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"andrew marshall" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"That is donna mckechnie singing the music and the mirror from one thousand nine hundred seventy five original broadway recording of a chorus line. Hello hello this is fausto furnace. And i'm mark villian from feast of fun. Are you ready for your audition. I'll do my very best. I need you to be honest. John marshall junior for this podcast. Honesty's yeah. I think i can handle that and tell us your name. And what was your first job my whole john. Andrew marshall junior. My dad is actually john andrew marshall so he's senior and junior and the reason. I'm acting so strange. Because i'm trying to be very mad here. Chorus line jesse chorus line. Okay i was. I was saying this felt a little more formal dinner last chat so far. Well that's the thing about this past year it's felt very much. Similar to donna. Mckechnie song the music and the mirror. Where these really talented amazing people in every job in the world have been chomping at the teeth just to be able to shine just to be able to do their job. President trump leaves office with the record number of unemployment since the great depression um so there are millions of people who are out of work right now. A lot of people dead and dead Four hundred thousand people dead and today. I thought it'd be kind of uplifting and fun to talk to a young actor singer dancer model from chattanooga tennessee who's actually been in chorus line. Yes that's one of the. It's definitely one of those shows. That's on the list of one of the greats to get done if you're if you're an actor and dancer particularly so i mean people love with some people absolutely hate it. I know people come from from two different vantage point. Say they think of it as you know kinda corny and sappy right they do someti- i like to think that that's the minority speaking but But yeah i think some people think it's a little heavy handed. But but i'm certainly on the side of thinking it's really effective and You know when you see the show. You end up rooting for these people. Regardless of whether you're an actor or not know who did you play when you in chorus line. I played down. So he's kind of a conglomeration of a few different people stories from the night. They all taped the dancer. Sat around and tape the stories with michael bennet. He's a few different people stories. Put together to play kind of the Archetypal straight male dancer and was his song. Yeah he has a solo in The montage right after morales sings and he sings about The nightclub unia. You know he likes you. Know kind of and perhaps stripping depending on how you interpret interpret it at the nightclub when he's a team so you were typecast. Because he's the header. Only heterosexual character in the whole walls. Zach is actually the director kind of narrator voice omniscient voice sometimes depending on how it's directed is also straight to one who has a bit of a romance with cassie. So it was the mid seventies in new york and a lot of actress singer dancers and models were out of work and they got together and they said you know let's put together our own theatre company our own conservatory. So we can. We can have some jobs and michael bennett. Along with donna mckechnie and she michael bennett. Is the turkey a lot of stuff but like like today people know that and the woman who's dancing flailing her arms. That's donna cagney. Who's things music in the mirror. And so they showed up to this to this. Basically it was kind of like an audition slash workshop with a tape recorder and they just started asking all the performers to bare their souls. They did yeah. A lot of a lot of the dancers involved. Didn't really know what the plan was. But they knew. Michael bennett of promises fame. I'll end all all his other project. So they kind of they they showed up and essentially you started doing a dance class and then Later in the evening they all sat around. Nineteen seventy four was january twenty six benchley and A sat around and did exactly exactly that and go from is very sammie williams. The dancer who talked about being gay fitting into his sister's tap dancing shoes by wearing extra socks. They turned that into the tap dancing song than the.

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"andrew marshall" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"andrew marshall" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"That. Is donna mckechnie singing the music and the mirror from one thousand nine hundred seventy five original broadway recording of a chorus line. Hello hello this is fausto furnace. And i'm mark villian from feast of fun. Are you ready for your audition. I'll do my very best. I need you to be honest. John marshall junior for this podcast. Honesty's yeah. I think i can handle that and tell us your name. And what was your first job my whole john. Andrew marshall junior. My dad is actually john andrew marshall so he's senior and junior and the reason. I'm acting so strange. Because i'm trying to be very mad here. Chorus line jesse chorus line. Okay i was. I was saying this felt a little more formal dinner last chat so far. Well that's the thing about this past year it's felt very much. Similar to donna. Mckechnie song the music and the mirror. Where these really talented amazing people in every job in the world have been chomping at the teeth just to be able to shine just to be able to do their job. President trump leaves office with the record number of unemployment since the great depression um so there are millions of people who are out of work right now. A lot of people dead and dead Four hundred thousand people dead and today. I thought it'd be kind of uplifting and fun to talk to a young actor singer dancer model from chattanooga tennessee who's actually been in chorus line. Yes that's one of the. It's definitely one of those shows. That's on the list of one of the greats to get done if you're if you're an actor and dancer particularly so i mean people love with some people absolutely hate it. I know people come from from two different vantage point. Say they think of it as you know kinda corny and sappy right they do someti- i like to think that that's the minority speaking but But yeah i think some people think it's a little heavy handed. But but i'm certainly on the side of thinking it's really effective and You know when you see the show. You end up rooting for these people. Regardless of whether you're an actor or not know who did you play when you in chorus line. I played down. So he's kind of a conglomeration of a few different people stories from the night. They all taped the dancer. Sat around and tape the stories with michael bennet. He's a few different people stories. Put together to play kind of the Archetypal straight male dancer and was his song. Yeah he has a solo in The montage right after morales sings and he sings about The nightclub unia. You know he likes you know kind of dancing and perhaps stripping depending on how you interpret interpret it at the nightclub when he's a team so you were typecast. Because he's the header only heterosexual character in the whole walls. Zach is actually the director kind of narrator voice omniscient voice sometimes depending on how it's directed is also straight to one who has a bit of a romance with cassie visit was the mid seventies in new york and a lot of actress singer dancers and models were out of work and they got together and they said you know let's put together our own theatre company our own conservatory. So we can. We can have some jobs and michael bennett. Along with donna mckechnie and she michael bennett. Is the turkey a lot of stuff but like like today people know that and the woman who's dancing flailing her arms. That's donna cagney. Who's things music in the mirror. And so they showed up to this to this. Basically it was kind of like an audition slash workshop with a tape recorder and they just started asking all the performers to bare their souls. They did yeah. A lot of a lot of the dancers involved. Didn't really know what the plan was. But they knew michael bennett of promises. Fame all in all all his other project so they kind of they they showed up and essentially you started doing a dance class and then Later in the evening they all sat around. Nineteen seventy four was january twenty six benchley and A sat around and did exactly exactly that and go from is very sammie williams. The dancer who talked about being gay fitting into his sister's tap dancing shoes by wearing extra socks. They turned that into the tap dancing song than the.

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"andrew marshall" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"andrew marshall" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"That. Is donna mckechnie singing the music and the mirror from one thousand nine hundred seventy five original broadway recording of a chorus line. Hello hello this is fausto furnace. And i'm mark villian from feast of fun. Are you ready for your audition. I'll do my very best. I need you to be honest. John marshall junior for this podcast. Honesty's yeah. I think i can handle that and tell us your name. And what was your first job my whole john. Andrew marshall junior. My dad is actually john andrew marshall so he's senior and junior and the reason. I'm acting so strange. Because i'm trying to be very mad here. Chorus line jesse chorus line. Okay i was. I was saying this felt a little more formal dinner last chat so far. Well that's the thing about this past year it's felt very much. Similar to donna. Mckechnie song the music and the mirror. Where these really talented amazing people in every job in the world have been chomping at the teeth just to be able to shine just to be able to do their job. President trump leaves office with the record number of unemployment since the great depression um so there are millions of people who are out of work right now. A lot of people dead and dead Four hundred thousand people dead and today. I thought it'd be kind of uplifting and fun to talk to a young actor singer dancer model from chattanooga tennessee who's actually been in chorus line yes of the. It's definitely one of those shows. That's on the list of one of the greats to get done if you're if you're an actor and dancer particularly so i mean people love with some people absolutely hate it. I know people come from from two different vantage point. Say they think of it as you know kinda corny and sappy right they do someti- i like to think that that's the minority speaking but But yeah i think some people think it's a little heavy handed. But but i'm certainly on the side of thinking it's really effective and You know when you see the show. You end up rooting for these people. Regardless of whether you're an actor or not know who did you play when you were in chorus line. I played down. So he's kind of a conglomeration of a few different people stories from the night. They all taped the dancer. Sat around and tape the stories with michael bennet. He's a few different people stories. Put together to play. Kind of the Type bowl straight male dancer and was his song. yeah he has a solo in The montage right after morales sings and he sings about The nightclub unia. You know he likes you. Know kind of and perhaps stripping depending on how you interpret interpret it at the nightclub when he's a team so you were typecast. Because he's the header only heterosexual character in the whole walls. Zack you know is acted a director kind of narrator voice omniscient voice sometimes depending on how it's directed is also straight to one who has a bit of a romance with cassie visit was the mid seventies in new york and a lot of actress singer dancers and models were out of work and they got together and they said you know let's put together our own theatre company our own conservatory. So we can. We can have some jobs and michael bennett. Along with donna mckechnie and she michael bennett. Is the turkey a lot of stuff but like like today people know that and the woman who's dancing flailing her arms. That's donna cagney. Who's things music in the mirror. And so they showed up to this to this. Basically it was kind of like an audition slash workshop with a tape recorder and they just started asking all the performers to bare their souls. They did yeah. A lot of a lot of the dancers involved. Didn't really know what the plan was. But they knew michael bennett of promises. Fame all in all all his other project so they kind of they they showed up and essentially you started doing a dance class and then Later in the evening they all sat around. Nineteen seventy four was january twenty six benchley and A sat around and did exactly exactly that and go from is very sammie williams. The dancer who talked about being gay fitting into his sister's tap dancing shoes by wearing extra socks. They turned that into the tap. Dancing song than the.

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"andrew marshall" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"andrew marshall" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"Oxytocin oxytocin the social hormones that we all need in order to feel love to feel trusted to feel This emotional connection is this one of the things you're talking about. Yes indeed Indians and actually thank you for mentioning that. I actually have a whole chapter on on hormones. Actually yes I talk about in the book. I talk about law from a different standpoint from psychology passing by Biology Chemistry and in chapter. I do talk how you can actually create the sparks entry. It's more intimacy and developed deeper bombs to hormones. How by playing with hormones. We can actually do that in a chief down a lot at one of the things. I always teach. My patients are chasing my listeners. As well as any hug that lasts longer than twenty seconds you've automatically created a a form of oxytocin which creates you'd emotional intimacy gap. I love your book so complex. As far as it looks at the psychology it looks at the biology the chemistry the social aspects of it. And even just your own stories as well the people who read this book. What are some of the reviews that you're getting actually reviews from some very influential people like Brian Tracy for example authors like international authors like Nicholas Dudes Mun or Andrew Marshall and most of them are like really? Find it very very interesting. Oh Wow Nice Nice. What would you want the biggest takeaway for the readers to have them to action that actually in the book they would find a step-by-step guide from where they are to where they want to be and it's being taken from a point of view so you can if you're more into science you have? You can study that through algae if your morning to psychology you can take this guy from a psychology point of view. And if you're more into a story you can read a bit of my story and how I did. That's so there's really a bit of everything to cater for people and what I would say for people is that it's very important to become a famous dance and the way to do that is actually to balance between masculine and Feminine Energy and there's further as well what I really like about about your book as well as it's doable is practical. I think so many times people think. Oh my gosh. I've been single for so long. I've been so many relationships that just don't work and we lose that sense of hope so what I really appreciate about your book. Is that a dozen. Still Hope in people again at does let them realize. Wow I can do something I can change. I can find the person that's healthy for me and then that it's much more doable. Much more. It can be. It can happen much more quickly than one. Things is work gets done. Well that's the thing require exact so Georgia's been absent having you on my show if my listeners to find them more information about you and your purchases book the grace of love step by step guide to finding love that lasts. Where are they find this information online? Thank you James. Well actually we just two days ago. I actually became in each national by certain sending author. Congratulations thank you and I would actually say that if you actually want to have eight bonuses. That are from very very good friends. That are very influential as well. If you've heard of peggy my call Marcy Shaima Ferber candy and many others have been generous enough to actually give away bonuses so my going to the farming address you can and buying the book you can actually came eight. Boehner since that are worth more than seven hundred dollars. Wow that's the yes and very kind of My amazing friends. That's wrong. That's great that is is. Www great answer flopped book. Dotcom Giardi Y. G. N. C. E. O. F. E. B. O. O. K. dot com. And I would also like to add that for every book that people buy. I'm going to be giving one hundred from the province of this book to Jon Stoppable Foundation to actually help raise children in two worlds. Wow that's incredible. I really encourage my listeners. Or go to grants of Love Dot Com and in that you definitely will be able to find the love that you seek. What's George Thank you so much? We're GONNA Fantastic Michelle today. It really did appreciate all your wisdom. Aren't you sooner? Shame pleasure talking to you. I also want to thank you my listeners for tuning in today please subscribe to this Radio. Show which ever portal. You join me today. Also please go to my website where you may sign up for the free weekly Recap Watch. My Youtube episodes read the Articles. I've written specifically for you. Purchase my previous guests self-help products. If you'd like to work with me. Be a guest on advertise on this show visit James Miller Life Policy Dot Com for sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James Miller following except for twitter. Which is James M Life? Algae once again. Thank you so much for your support and I'll.

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"andrew marshall" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"andrew marshall" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"It's rhetoric of law and order. I think it's very interesting that suddenly when law enforcement is reporting out information that Republicans are unhappy with is there appears to be a wholesale assault on the CIA and the FBI you mentioned progressives from the sixties. Who have long been critical of law enforcement? I think they also so should continue to be consistent and should have that skepticism now the way that skepticism as the draft is that what you have with Investigation of this size is that you have many many redundancies built in you. Have people checking other people's work you have. Many investigators said the team alone. You had forty seth. We're out of time. I've got to say say. Thank you very much other than just to summarize that when we talk about law enforcement I think a Lotta people understand what law enforcement is when you sort of throw it. All in with the intelligence community is sort of mucks it up. They know the cop on the street. They know the uniformed officer they know the FBI but again when you're talking about intelligence It's a little more more than just a law enforcement. It's sort of the intelligence community isn't thanks very much. The title of the book is proof of conspiracy. How trump's international collusion is threatening American democracy? AC- seth for thank you for joining us and also thanks to our guests around the table. This evening I Bruce Dumont thanks to Andrew Marshall and also the Fritz Coleman for their assistance in the production this program. AM until next week. Good night from Shikoku. You're listening.

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"andrew marshall" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"andrew marshall" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Right we have to get this one here mmhm I faintly remember this going back to February of two thousand four the Pentagon tells bush climate change will destroy us secret warning writing nuclear war in less than twenty years climate change over the next twenty years could result in a global catastrophe costing millions of lives in wars and natural disaster a secret reports suppressed by US defense chiefs and obtain the from the observer warns that major European cities will be sunk beneath rising tides and sees as Britain is plunged into a Siberian climate by twenty twenty what your is it we just had a new year I think it's twenty fourteen or something work we're getting close to this the end of the world here no wait is Britain in a Siberian climate I just wrote a check and I put twenty twenty on it it must be twenty one nuclear conflict mega droughts famine widespread writing well wrapped across the world the document predicts that abrupt climate change could bring the planet to the edge of anarchy is countries develop a nuclear threat to defend and secured dwindling food water and energy supplies the threat to global stability vastly eclipses out of terrorism say the experts privy to the contents of this secret report that was given to bush back in two thousand four from the Pentagon but kept quiet by the bush administration yeah destruction in conflict will be the endemic features of life concludes the Pentagon analysis the findings will prove humiliating to the bush administration which has repeatedly denied the climate change even exist experts said that they will also be will make unsettling reading for a president who has insisted that national defense is a priority the report commissioned by influential Pentagon defense adviser Andrew Marshall who was held considerable sway and US military thinking over the past three decades he was the man behind the sweeping recent review aimed at transforming the American military under defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld climate change should be elevated beyond a scientific debate two way US security concern said the authors an eminent scenario of catastrophic climate change is plausible would challenge the United States national security in ways that should could be considered immediately they conclude as early as next year widespread flooding buy a rise of sea levels will create major upheaval for millions.

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"andrew marshall" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"andrew marshall" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Back and forth. Going back to the beltway next week in time for Easter at my my wonderful churches in Virginia, not in California. But had to come out of your finish up taxes have meetings at the Nixon library, and generally supervised generally Shema who's been wandering around discombobulated since John bolt was on yesterday laughing because we've actually never heard John Bolton laugh on the show as hard as he laughed and they have to play that for Chuck Todd coming up next hour in this hour. Pastor Michael Yussef is really one of the most remarkable guys. I've known for a long long time might Lanta friends will be listening very closely for Dr Yusef you've got a brand new book out as well. But he is just an amazing guy. The third jihad is is new book, and he just a wonderful gotta talk. He's coming up, Jim talent. And I will be talking about the department of defense. And Andrew Marshall. I think when he comes on because of the Wall Street Journal's testimony to him yesterday in the third hour Howard Schultz candidate for president maybe joins me along with of course, Chuck Todd if it's Sunday, it's meet the press we had a lot of fun on Sunday with mayor Pete boot at Ag as his guest, and we'll talk about that as well yesterday. Donald Trump congratulated Benjamin Netanyahu. You just heard Dr Michael Oren who I think ought to be Israel's ambassador to the UN to carry the flag the blue and white flag in the toughest place diplomatically for Israel in the world. Turtle pay Donald Trump was on his way to the helicopter when he congratulated Benjamin Netanyahu want you to hear that cut number three. So we're.

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"andrew marshall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"andrew marshall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back, America. It's Hugh Hewitt. My interview with the bachelor John Bolton ran a couple of it's longer because of the subject that we got into. So I want you to hear the conclusion of my just-completed interview with John Bolton last question ambassador Bolton the presidential campaign is underway. Senator Kirsten gillibrand ventured into strategic matters at a town hall in Dover. Let me play you a forty second. Cut of what she had to say ask the follow up question. Cut number seventeen. At our tile. What you say? Is you want to use them? Military. Have equal threat. And this it's usable better. Not believable. I just I did you're trying to. Useable? So I heard about one provision. So if I I waited victory completely, and I should be trying to create tax on. So the. Tactile nuclear weapon that was unfamiliar with the concept. Mr. what are you up to? I have to say I was unfamiliar with it as well. What Senator gillibrand does that? I don't. Very worried. I've been studying this stuff with since president Nixon was in retirement and Saint for some I've heard of tactile nuclear weapons. So what is something going on Andrew Marshall's old office? Well, you know, you know, he was national security adviser. I don't get involved in politics. But I'll just say maybe Senator gillibrand could give me a call and tell me what she knows about those tactile nuclear weapons I'd be interested in learning. It. Basseterre always great to talk to you. Thank you for coming onto public diplomacy. Does matter and it especially matters finish on a serious note. The people of Venezuela are suffering. They are suffering so much we have to get Madero out of there. I hope you're center mediating the generals money if they're not moving in the right direction. We're we're working on a lot of fronts. We really are. We can. And this is this is a bipartisan issue, I think for the United States. I've spoken to many democratic house and Senate members there with the administration on it. We we need to bring this when into the W column so much Mr. bastard IQ, take care. So I haven't had a belly lap from John Bolton before on the air. And that was that's just radio gold. Of course, the most important part of the interview is what's going on Iran, and what's going on in Venezuela. And how we are combating it and how we are very serious. Yes, it's fun to to take. Presidential candidates misstatements media while I mean, they jump every time Donald Trump speaks and they they replayed a million times. We'll see if tactile nuclear weapons is just so far out there that I didn't know how he'd respond clearly not heard it before he responded as I responded yesterday. I have to give a tip of the hat Dwayne. He found that I I honestly want to acknowledge Dwayne he found that. And I couldn't believe it myself. Here's the key though. So the money is one of the most dangerous people in the world, Admiral Stavridis Senate, our number one John Bolton confirmed at our number two. You ought to believe it the is an enemy of every peace loving person in the world as is the revolutionary government of Iran. As is the Madero government as are the Russians as are any attempts by the PR to meddle in our hemisphere. A danger to the world it is unmitigated. Great news that Benjamin Netanyahu has won reelection while big win. Win. All right. So last night the first exit poll said, oh, it's too close to call against gave victory speech. It is nothing as a similar to the two thousand four election night in the United States when John Kerry people are out popping campaign. Champagne corks because they had read the exit polls. So we have yet exhibit Z in the ages e of why you never believe anything from exit polls, never do it in Israel..

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"andrew marshall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:07 min | 3 years ago

"andrew marshall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You say is you want to use them? Now militarily argue that to say, oh, this is just again, they have to have equal threat at this is usable that it's better breath. I just I'm not not believable. I just I try to create nuclear weather's useable. So I followed the tired because at one provision. So if I trusted I wasted victory unwind, not completely. I don't think we should be trying to create so the. Tactile that was unfamiliar with the concept. Mr. what are you up to? I have to say I was unfamiliar with it as well. I wonder what Senator gillibrand does that. I don't very hurried. I'm I've been studying this stuff with since president Nixon was in retirement and San Clemente. First time I've heard of tactile nuclear weapons, so what is something going on Andrew Marshall's old opposite. Where you know, you know, he was national security adviser. I don't get involved in politics. But I'll just say, maybe Senator Joel brand could give me a call. And tell me what she knows about those Representative Gallagher. You're on the defense committee house, I'm services committee. What do you know about tackle tactile tactical that tactic fact tile nuclear weapons tactile nuclear weapon. Well, I know that I have never heard ambassador laugh that heart. I don't think I've ever heard him laugh now that's a jump. He's very funny. I will say it said nuclear weapons or the ultimate tactile weapon. You have to have a way of reaching out, and touching you very very aggressively. But this is actually an interesting debate that I would expect the Democrats could push hard on of the Pentagon has wisely. Decided to explore the development of tactical low-yield nuclear weapons in response to what we've seen primarily from the Russia in changing their nuclear policy to explore the use of similar types of weapons is what you say calls for the escalate to de-escalate and to keep part of our -bility to deter the Russians from actually using that capability that we have the ability to do so ourselves, and so clearly gillibrand is not only using their own words, but she's also wrong on the broader policy as well. Here's the story within the story. She said the wrong word tactical nuclear weapon so that demonstrates sort of an unfamiliarity with the subject, but then she went on to say she held up the entire NDA because of her concern over tactical nuclear weapons, and that just says to me ignorance is blocking progress on this front. That the week excuse. The reality is politics is behind her. Opposition to the NBA something happened yesterday in the house that I think no one actually noticed the Democrats pulled a budget still saw that we were we were supposed to vote around five PM, and it didn't happen. And why is that it's because they could not get an agreement on the overall top line number for what we spend on defence and other programs, and it's not because defenseless to go it's because defense was too high for the progressive wing of the Democratic Party, and they started from the low number. They started from seven hundred thirty three billion with the absolute minimum you need war. They're opposed to AO see caucuses, we're gonna call it. The Seacock we've got the freedom caucus in the house, but we got the AFC caucus in the in the democratic she's opposed to seven fifty or even seven thirty three. They're definitely. Fifty is actually the right number closer to the right number actually too low. If you wanna be on that, but it represents three percent real growth, which is the minimum that secretary Madison others repeatedly by need seven thirty three. Perhaps if you could get it early on in the fiscal year might be enough but seven thirty three's too high for the Democratic Party. And I just wanna point this out because I think the most important, and I would say BI partisan achievement that we've had in the last two years has been two years of sustained defense increases. But we do not continue that it will all go in more to the point. If we find ourselves in another budget crisis. If we enact a continuing resolution, not only will that in and of itself, devastating for the military, but sequestration is still in effect, and it will be triggered again. I believe January fifteen twenty twenty across the board sequestration, which would be absolutely devastating far military and completely wipe out. All the progress of the past two years. So what do you understand the Democrats to be prepared? They could easily pass the seven fifty with Republican votes. And there are a number of serious Democrats on defense. I don't know how many, but there are a number. They can easily early separated by thirty five votes. They can easily pass the higher number, but they'll have to tell the caucus people don't know what you're talking about tactile nuclear weapons and things like that. Are they prepared to split the caucus in order to defend America? I don't know. I honestly don't know the question if indeed they come to the Republican side of the aisle, knowing that they don't have the votes within their own caucus will be what do they demand on the non-defense discretionary increase, as you know, we sort of we got away from the one for one increase in the last two conscious because simply defense should not be held hostage to domestic priorities. We should take care of our defense first, and then consider other priorities. But now the Democrats have controlled the house as they say elections have consequences. And so I am convinced. It will be demanding a much higher increase on the side of the equation one thing that further will impede our ability to get a good deal is the fact that the White House is budget had a dramatic increase for what's called Oko money overseas contingency operations money and by stuffing so much money. Not in the base budget that into Oko money every time, let's say you move a billion dollars. From coaches based budget. It will be viewed as a concession to the defense car. Even though it actually doesn't do anything to defect the overall top line number. So we have a lot of hard work ahead of us. I think you're right. There are a lot of people on the other side of the aisle. Like, my good friend, Angus king and others other. He's kind of in his own. I'll who get this in wanna do right by the military, but we're about to go on recess for two weeks. We have all these questions that are unresolved. We're gonna find ourselves quickly into timber October without having them resolve the so we need to be working around the clock to ensure that the military gets the resources it deserves. I tend to bring this up today. We have a critical hearing with the secretary of the navy, which we also need to discuss ships in that hearing. But this is I think the biggest under reported story in Washington DC right now, we'll never get to fifty five unless we get the seven fifty. So my question is they're not going to get a budget Bill. They're not going to it's going to be like the failures of the old days, which means an NDA. We'll have to come out, and it will be it will probably be. Funded the continuing resolution. When does the get worked on the budget? Bill is not a great on. You've got thirty seconds. Congressman. Well, we've been working on it since we started this year, we have in the half a series of systematic hearings leading up to the NBA the NBA doesn't appropriate money, but we do need agreement on the overall top line money. So our work will continue and half is sort of being exception. Approves a rule in terms of congressional dysfunction. I think door very first great leadership on this issue. And so my hope is that we can avoid this disaster. And at a time when we're finally starting to turn the ship of state around when it comes to foreign policy. We simply cannot go backwards. Mike gallagher. Always a pleasure talking to you congressman. I appreciate the intervention with John Dorsey give him the guarantee..

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"andrew marshall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"andrew marshall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Just I try trying to create nuclear weapons there useable. So I the tired because provisions so I if I advise this I wasted victory unwind, not completely, and I think we should be trying to create tax on. So the. Tactile nuclear weapon that was unfamiliar with the concept that Mr. what are you up to? I have to say I was unfamiliar with it as well. What Senator gillibrand knows very worried? I I've been studying this stuff with since president Nixon was in retirement and San Clemente for some I've heard of tactile nuclear weapons, so what is something going on and Andrew Marshall's old opposite. Well, you know, you know, he was national security adviser. I don't get involved in politics. But I'll just say maybe Senator gillibrand could give me a call and tell me what she knows about those nuclear weapons that'd be interested in learning. It. Embassador always great to talk to you. Thank you for coming onto public diplomacy. Does matter and it specially matters. Let's finish on a serious note. The people of Venezuela are suffering. They are suffering so much we have to get Madero out of there. I hope you're disintermediating the generals money if they're not moving in the right direction. We're we're working on a lot of fronts. We really are. We can. And this is this is a bipartisan issue, I think for the United States. I've spoken to many democratic house and Senate members there with the administration on it. We we need to bring this when into the W column, Doug you so much Mr. thank you take care. And so I haven't had a belly laugh from John Bolton before on the air. And that was that's just radio gold. Of course, the most important part of the interview is what's going on Iran, and what's going on in Venezuela. And how we are combating it and how we are very serious. Yes, it's fun to take a. Presidential candidates. Misstatements media while I mean, they jump every time Donald Trump speaks and they they replayed a million times. We'll see if tactile nuclear weapons is just so far out there that I didn't know how he'd responding clearly not hurt it before he responded as I responded yesterday. I have to give a tip of the hat Dwayne. He found that I want to acknowledge the Dwayne he found that. And I couldn't believe it myself. Here's the key though. So the money is one of the most dangerous people in the world Admiral Stavridis set in our number one John Bolton confronted in our number two. And you ought to believe it the is an enemy of every peace loving person in the world as is the Islamic revolutionary government of Iran as is the Madero government as are the Russians as are any attempts by the PR to meddle in our hemisphere. A danger to the world it is unmitigated. Great news that Benjamin Netanyahu has won reelection while big win. All right. So last night the. I exit poll said, oh, it's too close to call against gave victory speech. It is nothing as a similar to the two thousand four election night in the United States when John Kerry's people are out popping campaign. Champagne corks because they had read the exit polls. So we have yet exhibit Z in the a to z exhibits of why you never believe anything from exit polls, never do it in Israel. They can't do it with a population of six and a half million voters. So how in the world are they going to do it with a population of three hundred million voters in the United thirty million citizens the United States, there are not all voters kids under eighteen that people aren't registered, but let's say hundred and twenty million. So if they can't get it right with six and a half million people we got one hundred and twenty plus million people voting how in the world. Do we ever get it? Right. Exit. Polls are simply ways of passing the time, and they are usually wrong, and they were wrong in Israel last night. Our hat is off to John Bolton we are going to play for Representative Mike Gallagher. A lot of the Bolton interview. And we'll talk with him about it as well. Also coming up Jake Sherman and Anna Palmer authors of a hill.

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"andrew marshall" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

11:27 min | 3 years ago

"andrew marshall" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"America, I'm Hugh Hewitt. Thank you for listening. You may have missed this yesterday. And all the news of Jesse small at and Brexit and Israel dish from the New York Times, Andrew Marshall, a Pentagon strategist who helped shape American military thinking on the show that Union, China and other global competitors. For more than four decades died on Tuesday in Alexandria, Virginia. He was ninety seven his deficit confirmed. Jay, Jamie, Dornan, his executor, Mr. Marshall is director of the office of Neta Sussman with the secretive futurist of the Pentagon, a along range thinker who book product and inspired secretary of defense and high level policymakers virtually unknown among the wider public. He came to be revered inside. The defense department is a mysterious iota like figure who embodied an exceptionally long institutional memory. Well, I'll bet she wasn't a Yoder. My next guest, Admiral, James Stavridis, former supreme allied commander of NATO former commander of southern command thirty years in the service of the United. States navy Admiral good morning now with the Carlisle group, but often up early with me. Good morning. I you must've known Andrew Marshall. Extremely well. Learned his passing. I think appropriately it was announced at least publicly by Representative on berry. The head of the House Armed Services committee, Hugh. It's impossible to overstate the impact Andy Marsh Willis had onto scratchy over the last four decades now unpacked that first civilian audience because I'll betcha they've never heard of Andy. I bet you they have. No, I never met him. But I've heard about him for years. I bet you they don't know what the opposite net assessment is. And the idea maybe even of defense department strategy is alien to a bunch of my listeners. Yeah. I believe it or not the department of defense thinks a lot about strategy. So he say that assessment what you're doing is looking at your comments and looking at yourself your resources, you are looking at what you want to accomplish. And how you are doing. Yes. Anderson strategy, it's in ways and beach, where do you wanna go? What do you have to do to get there? And Andy Marshall was a master at looking at that balance and practical examples one is in nuclear weapons, cold more unspoiled. It was Andy who came up with the basic series of how we could apply deterrence in the nuclear world. And then Secondly is the Cold War came to an end any saw before any of us, the rise of China and became very central to creating the strategy. That is just now kind of edging into public view this balance between the US China. So among many other things nuclear weapons in China. And then lastly back to the Yoda allusion. Someone who bid core. People like batteries out Callans as the current negotiator who solving the problem. We hope in Afghanistan. He was a mentor, Don Rumsfeld. That's how far back you see that. It's really remarkable that a lot of Americans don't understand their patriots who just serve and servants servants serve. And Andrew Marshall was one of them. I was on the Nixon library on on Tuesday on Monday, excuse me that for people to learn I'm gonna take the place back over in July to desist in the legacy project. But I met Doug McFarland on that day and former national scary McFarland adviser McFarlane was they're giving a seminar too much grad students, and I went and listen to seminar for about fifteen minutes. You talked about two things the opening to China how that was run out of the NSA and the STI initiative how that was birthed at the NSA. And you know, he was at the NSA with Nixon for China, and he was at the NSA with Reagan for STI, but I'll betcha Andy Marshall had a role in both of those initiatives. In particular in STI because he came out of the RAND Corporation which worked at which of course, is a think tank you worked on that in the very early stages in again, the Chinese functionality that he drove into our strategy was remarkable in pay another thing inspirational to all of us his longevity. Eighty nine. It was still absolutely firing on all cylinders as one of the most influential defense thinkers in the nation ninety seven years old yesterday when he passed away just an amazing career someone someone's gotta have a symposium on any Marshall. Let me turn the more practical immediate things Admiral Stavridis once a week to talk about some of this. Of course, you were the supreme allied commander of NATO. So you know, Europe as a single military unit Europe is falling apart. I mean, it's breaking apart. And the Brexit debate is going to break Britain, or it's going to break the EU one of the others. But what do you see when you watch that slow burn Jacob meet Marguerite today, saying half of blow is better than no bread? In other words, take the may deal. What do you see happening? I think they should take the mate. Let's back up for one second year. I point Europe falling apart. I it's not just brakes geographically to the doors. The Brits or pulling out to the east. You see the polls in Hungarians who are moving away from Brussels, very strongly and to the south the Italians led by prime minister are among the most anti and then in the center, you have Micron in France who is under extreme pressure because of yellow that's protests, and you had Germany where wounded. Burkle is finishing are terms. Those are the two twin towers of Europe that a whole this thing together. So yes, the whole picture is falling apart to breaks. Brits are. Unbelievably controversial in kind of incompetence looking moment and say cannot as a nation figure out what they want to do it appears at this point. Let's just stop the pain. Theresa May deal. It's not perfect. But they voted to get out if they really wanna get out. That's the best are going to get. Now. I'm reading from the times of London as we speak. It's where I begin because they're so ahead of us in the news cycle when I get to the studio. This is what I start with Boris Johnson last night. Join Jacob rees-mogg in warning of the growing risks than another defeat would mean Britain remaining in the EU Mr. rees-mogg said he now back MS maze deal subject to support from the DUP. The prime minister has been told however that she must promise at a meeting with Taurean piece today to quit before the second stage of the Brexit talk. That sounds to me like the lead campaign is getting realism pragmatic realism infused into their choice right now. Indeed. Factoring into all this, Hugh. If you've seen the recent polling shows that a pretty solid, but. Fundamentally predict maturity appears now what to remain, and I think the those who wanna leave are concerned if this thing drags on much longer the imperative to do another referendum will rise. And I think the depart crowd are getting very concerned. So so add that to the pressure. That's on forest Johnson already to take the deal. Now put on your Carlisle group hat for second as sort of investor Maximus and management. Guru is the UK going to be a great business partner for the United States going forward? Or is is your advice to try and find opportunities for your money to work in other parts of the globe post? Brexit post the may deal assuming the media passes. Deal patches. Threaten will be hungry for US is for a lot of obvious reasons. So there will be deals to be hacked. The problem will be if you go into Britain, you're gonna you're to have more difficulty getting into the car. So as an investor, you kind of pack the head, I think Europe is still get Europe. If you will is underrated as a place for you. I think you're gonna see flow in that direction. But the bottom line is it's going to be age that's gonna benefit small to everything. Doc about the gradual unraveling at the European project if you will yet. Yeah. This one huge global common market is unraveling Europe. And that's gonna create more opportunity in Asia. I would watch particularly India. I think this century is going to be more about the rise of India's the rise trying to win all say, oh interesting. We'll come back to that in future weeks. I I have to close though by talking about Israel with you because the secretary of state your friend, Mike Pompeo yesterday. Talking about the Golan Heights in the president's decision to recognize Israel's annexation of Golan and the massive tank. Battle pot there in nineteen seventy three and Nixon's intervention in the um Kapoor where it was a great speech that Pompeo an APEC, however, they're on the brink of war right now. And deputy minister Orrin was on yesterday saying we don't need a war with Gaza's HAMAs right now, the real threat is in the north. That's a second attempt by Iran to get us to look the wrong direction. What do you make of that situation? I think that's a pretty good analysis by the Israelis in limitless back up to the Golan for a second. Anybody who has walked ground up? There is my army. General Pierce would say would tell you that leaving aside the politics of this. It is impossible for Israel to keep optical it just exposes higher flat low utterly tech in manufacturing center of Israel to say nothing of the entire population. So they're going to hold onto the Golan in terms of where they ought to be looking right now. Abbass in. What is happening guys is your it? It's a tactical problem this strategic challenge without question is to the New York, especially as you. And I have talked about is the Iranians consolidate this swath of territory that runs from hey, Ron to the shores of the Mediterranean, just Israel. Go line is going to be crowns. Zeroing that's strategic challenge for Israel on that note, Admiral, James Stavridis. Thank you as always for a great conversation following that Stavros Jay on Twitter and follow him here. He comes back and make the world a little bit clearer for us every single week. And we appreciate when he can do that. Thank you Admiral time for me to tell you again about food for the poor as we head into the final three days of our food for the poor campaign. I wanna make one more appeal on behalf of the starving. Children and families trapped in the humanitarian crisis in Haiti triggered by the unrest in February. And if you think you're get larger small can have a huge impact just listened to Becky who has volunteered among the poorest of the poor. Cannot imagine. What doesn't Haiti the water situation? People. Children little children coming in with dysentery, so severe your money changes lie, and the people who donate I want every person has given even.

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"andrew marshall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"andrew marshall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"America, I'm Hugh Hewitt. Thank you for listening. You may have missed this yesterday. And all the news of Jesse small, Latin Brexit and Israel this from the New York Times, Andrew Marshall, a Pentagon strategist who helped shape American military thinking on the that Union, China and other global competitors. For more than four decades died on Tuesday in Alexandria, Virginia. He was ninety seven his death was confirmed. Jamie Dornan, his executor, Mr. Marshall is director of the office of net assessment with the secretive futures of the Pentagon, a long range thinker who prodded and inspired secretaries of defense and high level policymakers virtually unknown among the wider public. He came to be revered inside. The defense department is a mysterious iota like figure who embodied an exceptionally long institutional memory. Well, I'll betcha wasn't a Yoder. My next guest, Admiral, James Stavridis, former supreme allied commander of NATO former in. Under of southern command thirty years in the service of the United States navy Admiral good morning now with the Carlisle group, but often up early with me. Good morning. I you must've known Andrew Marshall. Extremely well. Very sad to learn of his passing. I think appropriately it was announced at least publicly by Representative max berry who is the head of the House Armed Services committee, Hugh, it's impossible to overstate the impact that Andy Marsh on defense strategy over the last four decades now unpacked that I civilian audience because I'll betcha they've never heard of Andy. I bet you they have. No, I I never met him. But I have heard about him for years. I bet you they don't know what the opposite of Neta segment is and the IBM maybe even of defense department strategy is alien to a bunch of my listeners believe it or not the department of defense thinks a lot about strategies. So he say assessment what you're doing is looking at your opponents and looking at yourself your resources, you are looking at what you want to accomplish. And how you are doing essences strategy. Great. It's and ways and means where do you wanna go? What do you have to do to get there? And Andy Marshall was a master at looking at that balance. And I'll give you two practical examples one is in nuclear weapons, cold more unspoiled. It was Andy who came up with the basic theories of how we could apply deterrence in the nuclear world. And then Secondly is the Cold War came to an end any sawed before any of us, the rise of China and became very central to creating the strategy. That is just now kind of edging into public view this balance between the US China. So among many other things nuclear weapons in China. And then lastly back to the Yoda allusion. He was someone who mentor people like ambassadors out Callans as the current negotiator who solving the problem. We hope in Afghanistan, he was a mentor, Don Rumsfeld. That's how far back you see that. It's really remarkable that a lot of Americans don't understand their some patriots who just serve and servants servants serve. And Andrew Marshall was one of them. I was on the Nixon library on on Tuesday on Monday, excuse me, that people learn I'm going to take place back over in July two system the legacy project, but I met bug McFarland on that day and former national scary McFarland adviser McFarlane was they're giving a seminar too much grad students, and I went in and listen to seminar for about fifteen minutes. You talked about two things the opening to China how that was run out of the NSA and the initiative how that was birthed at the NSA, and you know, he was at the NSA with Nixon for China, and he was at the NSA with Reagan for STI, but I'll bet you Andy Marshall had a role in both of those initiatives. And in particular is STI because he came out of the RAND Corporation which worked, which of course, is a think tank you've worked on that in the very early stages in again, the Chinese functionality that he drove into our strategy was just remarkable and obtain another thing inspirational to all of us his longevity in his seventies. And eighties and nine he was still absolutely firing on all cylinders as one of the most influential defense thinkers in the nation ninety seven years old yesterday when he passed away just an amazing career someone someone's got to have a symposium on any Marshall. Let me turn the more practical immediate things Admiral Stavridis because it gets you once a week to talk about some of this. Of course, you were the supreme allied commander of NATO. So you know, Europe as a single military unit Europe is falling apart. It's breaking apart. And the Brexit debate is going to break Britain, or it's going to break the e one of the others. But what do you see when you watch that slow burn? Jacob me. Margarite today, saying half, a blow is better than no bread. In other words, take the may deal. What do you see happening? I think they should take may deal. Let's back up for one second year. I point Europe falling apart. I it's not just brakes think of it. Geographically to the north. The Brits are pulling out to the east. You see the polls in the Hungarians who are moving away from Brussels, very strongly into the south talion, led by prime minister are among the most anti you. And then in the center, you have Macron in France who was under extreme pressure because of yellow vest protests, and you have Germany wear wounded Angela Merkel is finishing her term. Those are the two twin towers of Europe are hold this thing together. So yes, the whole picture is falling apart to breaks. Brits are unbelievably controversial in kind of incompetence looking moment as they cannot as nation figure out what they wanna do it appears at this point. Let's just stop the pain take the Theresa May deal. It's not perfect. But they voted to get out if they really wanna get out at the best they're going to get through. Now, I'm reading from the times of London as we speak. It's where I begin because they're so ahead of us in the news cycle when I get to the studio. This is what I start with Boris Johnson last night. Join Jacob rees-mogg in warning of the growing risks than another defeat would mean Britain remaining in the EU Mr. rees-mogg city now back MS maze. Deal subject to support from the DUP. The prime minister has been told however that she must promise at a meeting with Taurean piece today to quit before the second stage of the Brexit talks. That sounds to me like the lead campaign is getting realism pragmatic realism infused into their choice right now. Indeed, factoring into all this, Hugh. If you've seen the recent polling, it shows that a pretty solid, but difficult to fundamentally predict maturity appears now to went to remain, and I think the those who want to leave are concerned if this thing drags on much longer the imperative to do another referendum will rise. And I think the depart crowd are getting very concerned. So so add that to the pressure. That's on forest Johnson. And that wing of the party to take deal. Now put on your Carlisle group hat per second as a sort of investor Maximus and management. Guru is the UK going to be a great business partner for the United States going forward? Or is is your advice to try and find opportunities for your money to work in other parts of the globe? Post. Brexit posted the media. Assuming the deal passes. Deal. Passes Britain won't be hungry for US is for all lot of obvious reasons. So there will be deals to be had the problem will be if you go into Britain, you're gonna you're gonna have more difficulty getting into the car. So as an investor you kind of have to head I think Europe is still big Europe. If you will is underrated as a place for US investment. I think you're gonna see flow in that direction. But the bottom line is it's going to be Asia that's gonna benefit small everything weeks. Talk about gradual unraveling the European project if you will the idea of this one huge global common market is unraveling in Europe, and that's gonna create more opportunity in Asia. And I would watch particularly to India. I think this century is going to be more about the rise of India's in the rise of China when all set interest. We'll come back to that in future weeks. I I have to close though by talking about Israel with you because the secretary of state your friend, Mike Pompeo yesterday. Talking about the Golan Heights and the president's decision to recognize Israel's annexation of Golan and the massive tank battle fought there in nineteen seventy three and Nixon's intervention in the um Kapoor where it was a great speech that Pompeo gave it a pack. However, they're on the brink of war right now in deputy minister Orrin was on yesterday saying we don't need a war with Gaza's HAMAs right now, the real threat is in the north. That's a second attempt by Iran to get us to look the wrong direction. What do you make of that situation? I think that's a pretty good analysis by the Israelis in limitless back up to the Golan for a second. Anybody who has walked ground up? There is my army general purist would say will tell you that leaving aside the politics of this. It is militarily impossible for Israel to give up the Golan. It just exposes the entire flat low utterly vulnerable tech in manufacturing center of Israel to say nothing of the entire population. So they're going to hold onto the Golan in terms of where they ought to be looking right now, HAMAs in what is happening guys is your it. It's a tactical problem this strategic challenge without question is to the Newark, especially as you, and I have talked about is the Iranian consolidate this swath of territory that runs from Ron to the shores of the Mediterranean, just north of Israel. Go line is going to be crowns. Zeroing that strategic challenge for Israel on that note, Admiral, James Stavridis. Thank you as always for a great conversation following that stavri Jay on Twitter and follow him here. He comes back and makes the world a little bit clearer for us every single week. And we appreciate when he can do that. Thank you Admiral time for me to tell you again about food for the poor as we head into the final three days of our food for the poor campaign. I wanna make one more appeal on behalf of the starving. Children and families trapped in the humanitarian crisis in Haiti triggered by the unrest in February. And if you think your gift larger small can have a huge impact just listened to Becky who has volunteered among the poorest of the poor cannot imagine. What a now doesn't Haiti the water situation. People children little children coming in with dysentery, so severe your money changes lie, and the people who donate I want every person is given even a dollar.

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