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"bo clinton" Discussed on The American Electorate

The American Electorate

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"bo clinton" Discussed on The American Electorate

"You told increasingly we have to choose between a left or right but I'd like to suggest there is no such thing as a left. There's only Komo down. It starts off with a short snippet of an article that came out almost cheese and brexit. It's going to be almost four years ago and how are routinely reference article because it has a lot of information. This article was titled America's Knowledge of the branches of government is declining later on in the piece. There's a paragraph title of war taxes in religion. It reads in a series of multiple choice questions. Americans were divided a what the United States constitution says about which branch of government has the power to declare war but clear on what it says about taxes and religion. But I want to focus on the First bullet-point nearly four and ten so thirty nine percent incorrectly said the constitution gives the president power to declare war over have so fifty four percent new. The constitution gives the Congress the power to declare war. No I know the study was from four years ago. But judging from the reaction from the Syrian situation. I'm a well Nabet. The curve percentages the same if not lower. which isn't all that surprising? We all well no that Congress hasn't declared war since World War Two which also means we didn't declare war in Korea Vietnam Grenada Panama Iraq Bosnia Afghanistan Iraq again and Libya. You can also add places to list that we've Joan like Yemen Iran Somalia Pakistan and so on so taking all all that into account. It's no wonder why so much confusion about what powers the president has to wage war and that brings us to the war powers resolution. Two different things. I want to go over today. I is some of the official warning of the war powers act on the. US coat website and second is a piece on the war powers back down by history DOT com. But I if it's a warning so there's a lot here and I mean a lot so I'm going to link you to. It's in the show. I'm not should you want to read it off if you for some reason to have that kind of time on your hands but I want to highlight what I believe are the three most important section as it relates to what's going on in Iran Section fifteen forty one fifteen forty two am fifteen forty three I fifteen forty one purpose and policy. A congressional declaration is the purpose of this shepherd to fulfill the intent of the framers of the constitution of the United States in sure that the collective judgment judgment of both the Congress and the president will apply in the to the introduction of US Armed Forces in hostilities or into situations where imminent involvement movement of hostilities is clearly indicated by the circumstances and to the continued use of such forces and hostilities. In such situations be congressional legislative the power under necessary and proper clause under Article One section eight of the Constitution is specifically provided that Congress shall have the power to make laws necessary Assyrian proper for carrying into execution now only its own powers but all the powers vested by the Constitution in the government of the United States or in any department or officer thereof. See Presidential Executive Power as commander in chief limitation so Here's something that's actually important. Powers the president as commander in chief to introduce United States armed forces into US diligence or into situations where imminent involvement in. Hostilities is clearly indicated by the circumstances. Awesome stances are exercise only in the pursuit to one a declaration of war to specific statutory authorization or three and national emergency created by by an attack upon the United States its territories or possessions or armed forces so that's important because what are we defining as his possessions and are you going to hostile. Hi Let's say an embassy under possessions so I to be honest. I'm I'm not actually sure but moving on so next section fifteen forty two now this action I do you think can be read one of two ways one cutting in favor and not in favor of the Jones strike that killed Casella Mani. Listen to this and make your own and judgment. Initial in regular consultations the president. In every possible instance show consult with Congress before introducing United States armed tauruses into austerity or into situations where imminent involvement in. Hostilities is clearly indicated by the circumstances and after every such introduction shall shall consult regularly with the Congress in the United States armed forces are no longer gays and hostilities or have been removed from such situations her soul the main word there is possible. You know possible possible. What's possible I guess I could pull a total Bo Clinton say depends on what your definition of possible is now it could have just sat in every instance. The President Shall Consult Congress. But it doesn't and I feel like that can give you so much leeway to kind of do what you want as he most people making eminence the opportunity thing to focus on but to me this makes the case against that. But you'd be the judge now onto the third fifteen forty three reporting requirement. Now only going to read the second half of a because because that's the only relevant factor here at least to me. The president shall submit within forty eight hours to the speaker of the House of Representatives and to the president pro tempore of the Senate ed report in writing setting forth a circumstances necessitating the introduction of US armed forces be the constitutional legislative authority under which such such introduction took place or see the estimated scope of the duration of hostilities or not included in their line says military actions must end after sixty sixty days unless Congress provides a war or an authorization for the operation to continue now onto the second piece from history dot Com titled the War Powers Powers Act. I'm would you start at the paragraph title origins of the war powers act in all kinds of comment as I go through it. In the United States Constitution the power or to make war shared by the executive and legislative branches as commander in chief of the military the president is charged with directing the Armed Forces Congress meanwhile vested with the power to declare war and raise and support armies. These provisions were traditionally interpreted to me that Congress can approve American involvement in overseas wars by the nineteen seventies however many lawmakers have grown weary over the presence deploying armed forces abroad without first consultant Congress. President Harry Truman had commuted. US troops to the Korean War. Boris part of the United Nations police action and President Kennedy Johnson and Nixon had overseen the long and controversial undeclared conflict during the Vietnam War legislative efforts to rainy presidential powers coal as during the Nixon administration disturbed by revelations about the Vietnam conflict including news that Nixon had been conducting a secret bombing campaign in Cambodia media the House and Senate crafted the war powers. Act as a means of reasserting congressional already. Over Foreign Wars Presidential Challenges Ages President Nixon was an early critic of the war powers. Act Any veto. The law on the grounds that it was unconstitutional and dangerous. Check on his duties as commander in chief of the Military Tehri in a message accompanying his veto. Nixon argued that the resolution would attempt to take away by Amir legislative act authorities which the president has properly really exercise under the constitution for almost two Hundred Years Congressman on to override Nixon Veto. But he wasn't the last chief executive to Bristle at the restrictions of the.

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"bo clinton" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:38 min | 3 years ago

"bo clinton" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The casting his vote for the incumbent in Twenty twenty any which leads me to a question for you rich you were vocal trump critic in the last presidential election devoting an entire issue of your publication to how problematic his candidacy was is. Do you feel like this evangelical minister though that trump has not been as bad as you thought naturally better than you hoped well. It's it's been a two things on the substantive upside has been considerable. I'm he's been faithful to his coalition and delivered on the issues issue's important to it whereas I thought he would kind of tone it down at least a little bit in terms of his tweets and his personal conduct and he hasn't tried at all so I I do have a similar feeling a lot of people quoted in Liz's story and I I think kind of the most important factor there among among evangelicals was just partisanship they you know a lot of them are last come around to trump they supported you know cruise or or Rubio in known as they fell off their face the choice between trump and hillary and they just didn't consider that a very close choice for for a lot of issues and abortion was was really a prominent issue and trump just has been Iraq on on that issue and it kind of I would prefer like Jefferson others go on TV and and they play trump like he's figure out of the Bible you know Siris or David who had their flaws but wonderful men of God and just seems to me the more realistic ballistic cases is look their moral downsides to having trump president United States and it requires significant compromises to support him but we still consider him better than the alternative but you know a lot even jealous. Here's really bonded to him because I feel as though he's done some things no other Republican president would do even know they promise them they feel has the right enemies and critics they feel so even when we've had more upstanding ending a Christian men as President George W Bush they recalled a racist they were accused of having designs to establish a theocracy crecy in America. So why even a plot try to play nice with the other side with the with the with the press if you're GONNA get excoriated anyway but I was surprised at how much they seem to actually think that those men were too nice to get the job done. That's actually what surprised me more yeah so there's that element is as well that trump has done some things embassy to Jerusalem pulling out of the Iran deal pulling out of the Paris accords that no other president would would do and it's a function function of what what a wild character he is and that only only such a wild character could withstand the assault that that has come from the the other side. Not everyone feels that way but that is certainly a strong element of this phenomenon. I want to pose a philosophical question to both of you because it's one I've struggled with voter and I know I'm not alone and they feel like it gets to the core of what your piece is really about Liz which is for example. I'm a huge Jimmy mccarter fan because he's a good human being who has dedicated his life to teaching Sunday school building houses and public service plenty of people say he wasn't the greatest President I wasn't around then but what is actually smarter for a voter and what is best for the country voting for leaders who are decent human beings but either you may not agree with policy wise or are you better off voting for someone you may not be a jerk but either you agree with him policy wise or they're just a brilliant policy wonk and say so you know they'll get things done well. A president's role doesn't really come down very much to policy wonkery they get to set agendas and they have a huge role in foreign policy but they can't Ram through legislation without Congress so that's I guess technical point and maybe it's a way of alighting what is a really difficult question. which is can you morally allow yourself to vote for someone you know to be immorally problematic individual? I mean nobody's perfect but there are much of iniquity among politicians. I think that knowingly giving more power to someone you're well aware will abuse it. is is a moral hazard and at the same time that might be the person who would also on the the other hand wield power in the more respectable way politically so I think it's very complicated and I think it has to come down to a case by case the judgement and it's hard to set you know a firm principle that you have to follow every time because the situations just change and it's interesting because when trump was elected and there's a lot of talk about how anyone who voted for him was racist. I pointed out the millions of voters who voted for Him who had voted for Barack Doc Obama and the previous election but the point out something else which is I said I know I have plenty of friends that I know personally who if the choice was between a candidate who made a racist comment comet but was pro choice in a candidate who had not and was pro-life. They're not voting for the pro-life candidate now. They may not say that to my face. They may be embarrassed about it but it seemed very hard for people to admit that I also have to just say for the record and I know a lot of people are gonna be mad to hear this. If Sarah Palin had done what Elizabeth Warren did to advance her career it would be mentioned nonstop by most people on the left so I actually think both parties struggle with this sort of litmus test when it comes to morality -ality people who are really good on the issues because when it comes to Progressive Issues Elizabeth Warren really good for Progressives so I just do you have any thoughts rich on and what the sort of saw a test case in the ninety s when Bill Clinton you know conduction affair with an intern lied about it perjured himself about it and Democrat Party. You know there's some voices that were very upset by this. There are some op ED columnists who condemned him but they enter the entire Party stood behind him. Just because of this kind of negative partisanship we're talking about anything salt allegations to as well right which were weren't taken very seriously the at at the time but The Hague Newt Gingrich more they hated they pose Newt Gingrich agenda and even though you know in theory you would have had Al Gore president and he believed all the same things that Bo Clinton did just that there was that rally around the flag effect and we're seeing the same thing every day with trump not the most edifying defying thing maybe ideally that's not the way it should work but this way it does work still with me on the left Lisburn of the Washington Post and rich lowry of National Review and now it's time for tweet of the week sometimes it only takes one hundred forty characters or maybe two hundred eighty to distill the spirit of the week rich. What's your tweet so my tweet it is from someone who goes by? Ag Conservative on twitter and he is tweeting about a new poll showing the new British Prime Minister Boris Boris Johnson a little bit underwater in the polls at a minus six percent rating but the leader of the opposition Jerry Me Corbin at minus fifty nine in Ag tweets thing about the opposition being led by a protest anti Semite as that gives the governing party a lot of leeway wow lead what's your tweet of the week our President Donald Trump in his ongoing war against my employer the Washington Post tweeted the Amazon Washington Post and CNN CNN just did a fake interview on pardons for AIDS on the wall and that I didn't think the wall on the southern border was that important to stop legals wanting to come into our country wrong. Vitally title important will make big impact so bad a tip from the Amazon Washington Post. Try a copy editor my tweet of the week comes courtesy of Fox five. DC and accompanies now viral photo of two adorable little boys who happen to be of different races holding hands the tweet reads. Sometimes all we need is a friend connor aged eight has autism and was finding it hard to adjust on the first day of school. He was crying by himself until eight year. Old Christian went to console him and hand in hand. The pair walked into school. I was one of many who felt there must be some onions nearby because my eyes started doing the funny thing and I've been talking with Liz Brunner of the Washington Post and rich lowry of National Review..

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"bo clinton" Discussed on IAMKAYPEE Podcast

IAMKAYPEE Podcast

06:47 min | 3 years ago

"bo clinton" Discussed on IAMKAYPEE Podcast

"Like. Guan going home bristles assault. Just take this soda both sides. And I told me the belly ballet boys back over to this idea might go online Saudi all. All of those are those are there's an Irish Republican rebel song going home soldiers just basically and told him. If the show just don't go home the level defeat Highland because we'll fight today in and I'll s agree with people. Don't see what the relevance, although than Salem, and you'll has three league in soldier song. If you if you genuinely believe that Catholics Protestants all Bhatt like in those new tube votes it and you need to take a good long fucking halt. Lookie. And do you think is the same as Saudi entered up g that? I think that guys like Alex Salmond by the he thinks Celtic funds scum range assigns scum bag like I'm solely. If you if you look in the it'll scum get hey, check on late. There's no Shen the football fines at all just scumbags and hooligans, and it's just not true appealing to voters. Scotts with it was it was a way heart, and I think that the the Cayman either just before or just awful independence for those. Needed for that the that it was rushed out in the slum through to be seem like they're doing something about something. That's always been around. And that they don't understand. They don't understand the just you talking about the differences between the two team saying, you know, I think one of the things that surround at this point is people lost the notion in idea of nuance. Like things have been nuance than gray not black might. That's when you get these blanket. Policies that come in to stop these type of things like your said, you know, you you're technically breaking the law by saying these things in ball second second song yet. I mean, if you in complex on ppac and see people in twice nineteen Scotland ability what the? Dot no, no, you'll take nickel. And so we understand that. That's probably quite with Shwael ball at the same time. When you get a ideals sorta freedom of speech, I don't see as being hate speech necessarily. Am bought. I think that they'll think that the goes along weather to seize the these guys all sang these songs don't get any by the site. Like who's this fall? The people go into the football as for the people. None right dots whose fault is for people without going. They'll scum is appealing people that all by themselves. So no one's gonna football games have been offended by trouble. Some people taking the castaway. Yeah. Definitely. I mean, I'm going on. But the guys sign in these songs on certain down going. They should not Bosch Belot. This. News the white blanket online. It can only I don't ended. I mean, if I was if I had a friend and had friends. Let's do don't just by a friend and are do friends oranges finds nearly see me off late shut it your boss oil with. Luckily, walkway them and Bill I don't care like. And so I think that the one bodily wrong is just an example who ended up a new fascist sorta someone. As well. Someone affects you go to 'em what you'll see in whereas us came fee. I think it's the politics of this of right? The just driving people back to these. And and having a protest file of voting for fucking Trump in higher are walking class Pilsen. I gain in the right mind could vote for Donald Trump as a monitor the people that could vote from Nigel Farage is a monitor people Jacob mall. Not guy looks like I mean general, but was they'll turn of sorry. But the Trump though, what was the real alternative, and what would often not voted? Yes. But that's an help anybody. So do you think helps people become an racist? So like, what is factual political system vote? We are feet hem are Helary though. Yeah. And both arable Helen as a massive criminal. I. I fuck all. She's the problem just the same as Donald Trump's nor tall in the solution. She's cheese part of the problem. It's thought politics Clinton, we I think that we had went through ten fifteen years of women Boston. The children 'em was the candidate made aero Reagan. We had been sold folks. Promise a hope and the shape Tony Blair, Bo Clinton. Never materialized. We went and we actually had done like windy wall. Go wall. And then America voted again for hope on the Obama. They fuck all. I mean, whether new a argue that Obama hail snow is responsible is he's wanting to make these changes in these golf sale fun realized of absolute nor saying what Homs he'll because industrial walk on place is complete control. He's another Homs Maeda prime example cited thunder jet, but he's one of the prime examples for me like that. When really opened my eyes, the whole campaign leading up to that whole PJ himself fun that many gotten there just can do to yet that this is what's hot and will week woke up and then formation ages as like a fucking ton of bricks, and those are whole lot of people outside anger is fun. Hit. Anderson establishment and voting for things that actually don't help them in any way, shape or form. Because if you think that Jacob Reese Malk Nigel Farraj somehow abolished Jones, no somehow Boston's for the Watkin class, then you're mentally and these

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