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SEPTA service returns on key Philadelphia rail lines
"Sept is moving to restore some service on two key regional rail lines beginning today joining us us live live with with the the details details on on that that K. K. Y. Y. W. W. th th market market runs runs good good morning morning mark mark morning morning Suzanne Suzanne sept sept is is Andrew Andrew bush bush says says as as the the transit transit agency agency moves moves toward toward the the recovery recovery phase phase of of this this covert nineteen pandemic it's extending rail service on the pay only Thorndale line service on the only store in the online had only been running to and from Melbourne from center city so we're going to be able to complete that lined with some trips not all drugs but some trips will be able to make that whole trip from center city Altis Cornell mail he says another key regional rail line also is getting back up and running the west Trenton line is resuming service so another major line serving people through the northern part of the system and into the Jersey bush says the trains are still going to be running on that lifeline schedule that's about every two hours he says riders will find social distancing for seating when they board those trains and all are going to be required says and to wear face
The carnivorous woman a saga from Charles Darwin to Wheatbelt Western Australia (Part 2)
"They gleason gleason and and CREPE CREPE and and climb climb and and snap snap end. end. They They feed feed off off flesh. flesh. Flies Flies Matz Matz any any culinary culinary delight delight by intrepid? by intrepid? Natasha Natasha Mitchell Mitchell back back in the in world's the world's hotspot hotspot for for carnivorous carnivorous plants plants or Western or Western Australia Australia last last week. Show week. Show sit sit sane. sane. Well Well today. today. It's a It's tile a tile full full of twists of twists and and tendrils. tendrils. Yes Yes Trust Trust Sarah. Sarah. I can I all can over all the over world. the world. I just bought I just another bought another one. Sorry one. Sorry wearies wearies Navan. Navan. I I have devoted have devoted much much time time to a to class a class of plants of plants that seemed that seemed to have to reversed have reversed regular regular order order of nature of nature and and like avengers like avengers of of Kingdom Kingdom have turned have turned upon upon animals animals incarcerating incarcerating and finally and finally killing killing them them whether whether the plants the plants are really are really hungry hungry and entrapped and entrapped the animals the animals for food for food or whether or whether it is only it is only an example an example of the of wanton the wanton destructiveness destructiveness of nature. of nature. I leave I leave the Rita the Rita to judge. to judge. Mary Mary treat treat eighteen eighteen eighty eighty five five throughout throughout history. history. 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Australia's Australia's incredible incredible carnivorous carnivorous plants plants and and listened listened to artists to artists so so with Laura with Laura Skates Skates botanical botanical scientists scientists doing doing her PhD her PhD on canvas on canvas plants. plants. Right Right now now I am I taking am taking you down. you down. Bush Bush trial trial in in pursuit pursuit of her of story. her story. Oh Oh is that is that it. it. Yup Yup Oh Oh cute cute so this so is this actually is actually one of one the climbing of the climbing ones ones that I was that just I was talking just talking about about so so new new sixty sixty centimeters centimeters long long and it's and just it's just spreading spreading out of out embankment. of embankment. He He and a and lot more a lot of more them of them seem seem to have to caught have caught prey prey on this on one. this I one. think I think it might it be might dresser. be dresser. 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I I go go back back to to Dahlan's Dahlan's original original studies studies and and some of some his of original his original thoughts thoughts and ideas and ideas things things that that with with testing testing to this to day this day and and so he so really he really liked the liked groundwork the groundwork for for set the set foundation the foundation full full of Verse of Plant Verse Plant Research Research But one But American one American woman woman was on was the on case the case of carnivorous of carnivorous plants. plants. Around Around the same the time same time as Darwin. as Darwin. I will I give will you give my you observations my observations on draw. on draw. Sarah Sarah would would have escaped have escaped the notice the notice of botanists of botanists and she and she struck struck up a up correspondence a correspondence with Darwin with Darwin in a in series a series of letters of letters from from eighteen. eighteen. Seventy Seventy one one four four years years before before he got he to got publishing to publishing his his influential influential on on insect insect diverse diverse plants. plants. I had I two had two or three or three species species of of plants plants growing growing window window ornaments ornaments and soon and soon saw saw the deal the deal on the on folio the folio was a was flytrap a flytrap of considerable. of considerable. Palo Palo when it comes when it to comes to reverse reverse plants plants one of the one best of the women best women that I that I kind kind of came of came across across in my in my studies studies was was Mary Mary trait trait and I and came I across came across her her because because he he in Child in Child Allen's Allen's book book insectivores insectivores plants. plants. There was There a little was a foot little foot art art that talked that talked about about what what Mary Mary Trait Trait had done had done to to contribute contribute to to that particular that particular chapter chapter and I and thought I thought wow. wow. Who's Who's Mrs Mrs Trait? Trait? I WANNA I find WANNA find out more out about more about her her de Madame. de Madame. Your observations Your observations and experiments and experiments on the on sexes the sexes of butterflies. of butterflies. Far Far the best the best as far as far as known as known to me to me which which have have ever ever been been made made said. There's said. a great There's a great letter. letter. Where Where don don thanks? thanks? Mary Mary trait trait for some for some observations observations on dresser. on dresser. I am I glad am glad to hear to hear your observations. your observations. On Dresser On Dresser will will be be published. The unlucky fly a common housefly. Would no sooner be caught by the sticky? Glands of it would've once commenced to fold about its victims. It folded from the apex to the stem of the lake. After the manner of its nation closer and closer it held the poor flying embrace until it ceased its struggles when it soon became partly absorbed by the plant. Professor Gray will give my observations on this planned in his new edition of how plants grow was most respectfully Mrs Mary. Treat New Jersey December. Twenty eight hundred seventy one. I have attended to this subject during several years and have almost manuscript enough to make a volume but have never yet found time to publish. I am very much obliged. You'RE COURTEOUS LEGEND AND REMAIN DIM Adam yours faithfully. Charles Darwin January five eighteen seventy two.
Pompeo says Hong Kong is no longer autonomous from China, jeopardizing billions of dollars in trade
"Andrew Andrew bush bush is is joining joining us us former former chief chief market market intelligence intelligence officer officer at at the the commodity commodity futures futures trading trading commission commission he's he's an an economist you can find them online at Andrew bush dot com Andy let's begin with the secretary of state is that he's basically talking about Hong Kong and how it's it's not necessarily separate from China not autonomous right in this is really key because under the U. S. Hong Kong policy act of nineteen ninety two we treat them as fully autonomous for trade in economic matters even after China took control well now it the U. S. says that they're the same as China then that exempts that takes away that exemption of terrorists right they did president trump put on China overall an inmate disallows Hong Kong to import certain set their attention technologies in support in international bodies like the World Trade Organization in other words you it can make it really difficult on China to repair on Hong Kong to remain as stellar piece of financial and trade kind of a special place I'm going forward and I think that's where the U. S. is heading with this because of what China is trying to do and what the Hong Kong government is debating right now about changing their policy towards towards Hong Kong being able to our members of Hong Kong's population be able to say bad things about the Chinese anthem I I I know that sounds a little bit crazy by but it's a sixty five hundred dollar fine a potential three years in jail if you come out in dis on the anthem of the Chinese and this was happening in a sports arenas and that's why they're they're moving forward on it so what's the play here for the United States why come out and say this now well because essentially they're taking their abrogating the agreement China has with actually the U. K. I'm taking over the Hong Kong in keeping it completely autonomous you know two countries or one country two areas have forget what the phrase his I'm sorry I can't remember right now but I I think they're gonna move forward out of the danger for the market why do we care about this is because this could escalate another round of trade war between the United States and China overall on the U. S. could put trade sanctions are raised terrace back on the Chinese on this could disrupt whatever early green shoots that we had a beginning of the day breaking down of of the recent trade war so that's why we care about what goes on in Hong Kong
Michelle Obama and Laura Bush together share hopeful message during concert special
"Former first ladies Laura bush and Michelle Obama appeared together on last night's one world concert special Michelle and I are thrilled to join you in your homes for this special the televised broadcast one world together at home featured some of the biggest stars in music performing from their homes to raise awareness and funds for coronavirus relief bush bush and Obama appeared in a segment together speaking separately from their own homes to deliver a message of hope the first lady's expressed gratitude to healthcare workers and others on the front lines of the pandemic Michelle Obama finish the message by saying the coming days will not be easy but this global family of ours is strong adding we will continue to be here for one another and we will get through this crisis
A trail runner is recovering in hospital after rescue
"A trail runner is recovering after he broke his leg on the Olympic peninsula and had to crawl for hours to reach help I was seventies Michael spears spears has has has the the the story story story Joseph Joseph Joseph Oldendorf Oldendorf Oldendorf was was was in in in a a a fight fight fight for for for survival survival survival well well well my my my tibia tibia tibia completely completely completely snapped snapped snapped off off off he he he was was was miles miles miles into into into a a a run run run on on on the the the remote remote remote W. W. W. bush bush bush trail trail when when he he slipped slipped on on ice ice and and broke broke his his leg leg leaving leaving him him stranded stranded with with no no cell cell phone phone service service at at a a crawl crawl on on all all fours fours and and after after awhile awhile my my knees knees are are just just wrong wrong after after calling calling for for nearly nearly seven seven hours Joseph said he finally was able to call nine one one did you figure out any point I mean if you can keep calling you would die yes Joseph who plans to one day hit the trails again at the thought of his family kept him moving through the pain for all those hours
Beer money sign man sorry for old racist tweets
"It was a guy that held up a sign Elon college game day at Iowa asking for beer money. he put his Venlo account all right of it right pretty smart good and it turned into a money making bananas and over a million dollars to which the guy's name is Carson came yeah he decided that you know he he's not keeping the money he was going to donate the money but in all of this you know the sign said bush lite supply low send money right so bush bush beer got dragged into the plus god you know dragged into it not only drive but the but they offered to donate a ton of cash as well I am embarrassed and stunned to reflect on what I thought was funny when I was a sixteen year old kid and I want to sincerely apologize an apology from Carson king the twenty four year old called a press conference Tuesday night after were racially insensitive social media post he made eight years ago recently surfaced I was brought to my attention by reporter for the des Moines register and once you pointed out and I went back and looked at it I was. hello I was really upset with myself okay so guy holds up funny sign in college team game day people donate money I don't know why you would donate money with people dead a lot of million Bucks and he's like OK woman by myself a case of beer and then I want to donate a lot of the money to the children's hospital which is right by the field reporter at the des Moines register starts doing a profile piece who is this learn more about our person came the guy who will that the site yes research doing this profile piece on Kerr said answered digging into his past and goes back to two weeks no person right now twenty four years old. the reporter went back on his Twitter feed and solve some tweets he had sent when Carson was sixteen eight years ago these were tweets that were written when he was a high school the register described them as racist jokes one comparing black mothers to guerrillas another making light of black people being killed in the Holocaust. now Carson said that. he didn't even remember writing the tweets but he believes that the jokes were made when friends were watching comedy central's Tosh point now yeah. and I after was pointed out to him he was really upset at what he did he was embarrassed by it. we called this news conference yesterday to get out ahead of the profile that was going to be released later that evening Marty issue is based this is like a no good deed goes unpunished. what is the relevance of an eight year old tweet. to a guy who's donating a million dollars to charity because his little sign made on TV just how did we get to bat in are we going to hold everybody to the standard of the stupid thing that ever said or did do do you see what I'm saying I do like the guy is not running for president or governor of I what you know what I'm saying he's not even benefiting. of beer he got a case of beer either from the van mode donations now if he was going to hold on to the cash I'm shocked at all and you want to know the integrity of the person that you just donated money to or anybody getting yourself up that may be considering donating money to if he was personally benefiting beyond a case of beer then I could see the argument for hate just you know who you're donating to any up technically you are donating to him and he's choosing where that money goes but I think this whole cancel culture what we have in this country is becoming just too much well yeah I guess but let's look at this on balance. young man twenty twenty four. raises. entices people to give a million dollars gives it to charity other companies join in match this at any other were all going to do it congradulations and the response by a reporter at the des Moines register is Hey look what he tweeted eight years ago well like I just don't know how you got from one to the other yeah I in defense of the reporter the reporter was going back and just trying to build a profile it didn't appear as though this started off as a smear campaign against Carson I don't I I'm not I would not alleged and there are always conversations that take place in news rooms as to what is relevant what is still relevant to a story if for some reason the editorial decision with in the morning register was that it was part of the public good for people to know these
Ambassador Deborah Birx on Creating an AIDS-Free World
"Guest. Today's Ambassador Large Deborah burks who serves as the global AIDS coordinator in the US Special Representative for global health diplomacy diplomacy and in this role she heads up far the US president's emergency plan for AIDS Relief Dr Burks. Thank you so much for spending the time with us today happy to be here and our expert co host is the esteemed colleague who's Mitch the Executive Director at the Bush Institute Holly. Thank you for spending this so Dr Burks we. We we really WanNa talk to you about the incredible work that pep far is doing and has done but we've been extremely lucky to have so many great guests with leadership journeys that are just incredible on the on the strategic since we want to talk about your leadership journey a little bit to start and so early on I understand you're you you actually started off as a physician in the US military in the US army. Yes I was yes. How did that start off your career well. That's a great question so so I actually paid for my own medical school. It's why I went to Penn State Hershey on my parents and I paid but I ended up meeting someone in College Canary them my first year of medical school and I didn't realize he had taken the army scholarship and so he was actually active duty Army when he finished so in order under for me to be with him because it's not like they let you just come in and be a co resident so his residency was at Walter Reed so I joined the military military so I could be in an internal medicine residency with him otherwise I would have never seen him and what kind of what kind of did you learn from your from your standing. The military freising up to colonel. I believe you have to read was really an amazing place to trade it was at that time every complicated case from all all over the world came to Walter Reed. It didn't matter if you were retired in Europe or you were active duty and Thailand if anything befell someone or there was a very very complicated illnesses they came to Walter Reed and so we would have araks medical Arabic's coming in three and four times a week and as residents so you would bring all those patients in an exam in them so it was a we saw the most complicated infectious diseases is to the most complicated cancers do it was just it was amazing experience and we had really terrific professors we call them. Attending who were over at the research institute who would come over to Walter Reed Hospital to attend and so it was very easy for me. Pass my internal medicine boards 'cause I had actually seen everything that was on the board because it was really an amazing training experience so given that you initially really only joined the military because of your husband and you were when you went to medical school did that change your path in terms of. Do you think you would have been the head of PEP far today. If you hadn't gone the military route I definitely nervous angle angle because the military I think they spent so much time on leadership training so it didn't matter that I was a physician from the military standpoint you were just a captain didn't or you're just a major or lieutenant colonel and you were just a colonel and you had to be able to lead troops and so we had the same trainings and the same leadership trainings things as all the line officers at the time you could imagine you're busy with medicine and you're taking care of patients and then you're having to do all of this command and General Israel Staff School and Leadership Training and at the time I was like I'm never going to use this because when you're in their twenties as you think all of this stuff is really natural very or you think it's intuitive but it leadership is not intuitive and I think that trainings at the military the discipline that the military brings to sequential leadership training. I think is quite unique. I think it's why many businesses have tried to copy it the end it's really comprehensive so I had to learn acquisition and budgets and so all of the terminology that used in government. It's all normal to me because all that acronyms we had to train on. Even though I was in medicine I really had to learn all the other pieces different there you went to from your from the military you went to the Department of Defense on the civilian side now dow. You skipped a little bit of a step so it was very very interesting. I was in. I was actually in pep far. At the time I soon as President Bush announced pep far are at the state of the Union. I had already been working in Africa for about five or six years. I was doing research and it really bothered me that I was doing very significant. HIV Vaccine Research but the community around me was dying so when President Bush announced this I flew back from from Kenya and waited outside of Joe O'Neill's house for almost a week in February to get a meeting with him and of course everybody knows is my powerpoint this time I went in like one hundred eighty slides and tell he agreed to let people are to let the army awesome be part of have far. I was not leaving his office and so I think I war him down by my powerpoint and I came into pep far as the critical community compassionate program that surrounded our research in both Uganda Kenya and Tanzania and then later Cameroon and Nigeria and it was that unbelievable ability to bring your high tech laboratory Ori Piece to serving the public that it was so intriguing so I got into pep far as on the side and then people ask me to apply for the CDC we see position in two thousand and five and so I went through the regular civilian application process got selected which I was very much shocked by uh-huh and my commanding general at that time my surgeon general general scumacher said I really we want them to understand the military and CDC doesn't really have a lot of experience with military members. Would you go down there on active duty for two years so they could see uh that the military is just like them and you know we can work together seamlessly so I did and then the war started and so I ended up being an active duty longer than I had anticipated but eventually I became the civilian down at CDC and so it was a it it was a very crooked pathway into my office visit you tell the story there. We have one hundred eighty point powerpoint deck where did good where did that passion for. HIV and AIDS really start to form for you. So I had just finished my fellowship. I had finished internal medicine. I was doing immunology. I wanted immunology really do research on how the immune system works. I was working on primary and secondary condemn. You note efficiencies similar to like the boy in the bubble who didn't have T. cells. I worked with B. Cell immunodeficiencies. Tesol immunodeficiencies and I got called old in one thousand nine hundred eighty two about individuals. I'm dying at Walter Reed soldiers young soldiers dying from a mysterious serious immune immune dysfunction and so came into HIV not knowing it was HIV. We didn't know that it was. HIV until nineteen eighteen eighty five so from eighty to eighty five. I worked side by side with the Infectious Disease Team while we tried to save these soldiers and we couldn't and I think it was so profoundly I think what you're trained in medicine and the eighties and you've got all this high tech stuff and ability to diagnose everything when you naughtily could make a diagnosis didn't know what the problem was and you didn't know how to treat it. It was devastating. It was incredibly humbling and I they really and the shocking thing to me was all of my patients who were dying. We're worried about me because I was so upset that I couldn't can do anything to help. They died with such courage and such willingness to try different things realizing that may not help them but it helped the person person behind them. I just never saw that level of altruism in the midst of just death and despair from the patients themselves and so so I think like for the last I guess thirty seven years. I've just really thirty plus even more than that. We're not it really been focused on doing everything we can to not only save lives but change the course of the epidemic so that the future feature for the world could be imagined as age as AIDS free so. Let's talk a little bit about pet far and the progress we've made. It's been then going since two thousand and three for sixteen years so what's happened in the six juniors. It's been really I would say. It's probably everything that that I've ever done. It's been an enormous privilege. I think because of two reasons one it was like a moonshot. I mean when President Bush Bush announced this there weren't sophisticated labs in sub Saharan Africa which was bearing the brunt of the disease where one a- and in four adults were already infected. Children hundreds of thousands millions of children's didn't have parents anymore. It was really this unbelievable translation translation of what you believe America stands for as we will take our best and our brightest and everything that we know and use that to change the future for others and I think being able to translate. US Taxpayer dollars through this initiative has been the most extraordinary piece of work take anyone could be involved in and I think that is such a big responsibility but it's also an amazing really representation of what we stay on for it and it's not just I think what's been always exciting to me. It was never just about the money it was ensuring that that money continue new to us the best science and the best evidence to do what you could do remarkably for people and making sure that you're bringing that best signs. It's the same science that we have here in the United States and Europe to the people who need it the most around the globe. There's not very many programs as a lot of programs. That will say oh well. You can't really do that there. Because of these ten reasons this program said Oh nope. We're GONNA do everything that we're doing here. There and we're just GonNa make it happen and I think ah boldness that the president brought to this. I think people don't realize it wasn't just the boldness and the money it was the fact that he decided to create an entirely different structure for foreign assistance. I think people still have trouble understanding how brilliant that was the way it was positioned at the State Department the way it brought all the agencies together the way it made the State Department as the coordinator but but not actually Benny parts of implementation so that you could maintain accountability separate from any of these single agencies understanding that anyone agency would be conflicted. Ah trying to oversee another agency if they were actually doing the work
"bush bush" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Noel king. And I'm David Greene. Good morning. It's tradition for commander in chief to call troops, deployed abroad on Christmas day into thank them for their service, and the president did just that. But during the conversation, he also found some time to talk politics. Well, I wanna wish everybody really merry Christmas. Happy new year. Just remember the people in our country. We're very proud of you the country's doing. Well, we have a little bit of a shutdown because we believe in walls, and we believe in borders, and we believe in barriers and. Yeah. We have a special country people have to come in through the legal process. Not just walk in. We have no idea who they are the president mentioning a shutdown there. Welby partial federal government shutdown has entered it fifth day this morning, and there doesn't appear to be immediate agreement. Incite over the president's demand for money to fund a border wall. How is this playing with the president's base and his supporters will Jim Antle is the editor of the American conservative magazine and joins me this morning. Welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. So why is the president? So dug in here. Well, I think this has become one of the president's core campaign promises having a wall built along the US Mexican border, and I think because he has delivered a number of more conventional Republican agenda items, it's become a particular importance to at least some of his core supporters that he deliver on that sort of in in the same vein as George Hw Bush Bush's read by lips tax pledge that we remember that Bush forty what did not in fact, keep that promise, and it was to the detriment of his Di Di Di Di to reelection prospects that I think that Trump, but some of the White House Arkansas concerned that the this is probably their last chance to achieve something before Democrats retake the house that they might be in similar trouble in twenty twenty if they're not perceived as at least fighting the good fight of this. But what what gives here. I mean, if you're saying this is as serious as. My lips for President Trump. I mean is this shutdown going to go on for a long time? It just doesn't seem like either side is going to budge. Well, that is the real problem. I think for the president is that there is no obvious way out. You know, there is always the possibility, of course, that there will be some kind of fencing that is acceptable to a critical mass of Democrats at acceptable to enough Republicans that gives him some kind of face-saving way to declare victory without really delivered much on all the war front. The problem with that. Of course, is that the symbolism is important to the Democrats to so giving the president even a symbolic victory. This is not really what a lot of people who voted democratic in the twenty eight t the elections wanted to see, and it's not what a lot of Democrats what to do at. He needs enough Democrats in the Senate devote with. For any resolution to this shut out to take place. You talk about the important symbolism for the president's here. President here. Let let me ask you just about the the substance. I mean, as you talk to voters who support this president are they open to spending money on things that would secure the border other than a wall. I mean are there other options the president has to do some face saving as you put it? In my view subsidy. The wall is not the best way to cheese the immigration objectives at the president laid out in his campaign. And since he's been in office. I think that targeting the employers of undocumented immigrants mandating the use of e-verify reviving the use of the player. Sanctions would be much worth -ffective than building. The wall of some sort of fencing in in certain parts of the border can be helpful. But you do at this point have have to majority of documented grids are cubby legally and overstaying their visas and wall really won't do very much for that. But I think that the walk became such important part of the imagery of the Trump campaign, and the president himself has said that what he saw the attention spans of of his rally is beginning to Wain. He would lead to build the wall chip and that would get. Everybody engaged again. So I think that the wall has for both the president's detriment, but also to to some extent to his political benefit at least with his core base has just become a of outsize importance here who who stands to lose more. If this shutdown goes into two more days and weeks. Well, obviously, I think a big problem for the president is that he took such a proactive stance and saying that he would own the shutdown said that on television in a in a way that could very easily be turned into advertising clips said that he'd be proud to claim that mantle as long as the shutdown was over immigration control. And that might have in the short term been been a good at rallying the troops, at least among his base. But when you get to the voters beyond the base, it's going to be very hard for Trump to them pivot as he's tried a bit to do on Twitter and blame the Democrats for the shutdown and avoid blame himself. So over time. I think this will be branded as the Trump shut down and the pressure will mount on him toback down in some sense and reopen the parts of the federal government that are closed. Jim Antle is editor. Of the American conservative magazine. Thanks a lot. Thanks for having me two thousand eighteen was another year of devastating mass shootings and another year of debates about gun control before we get to the story as we've often said over the course of this year while reporting on mass shootings, there is some disturbing audio in this piece last week. The Trump administration moved to ban bump stocks those are devices that make semi automatic weapons fire more quickly. It was a victory for gun control advocates who also successfully pushed states to enact dozens of gun control measures as NPR's Melissa block reports advocates link that legislative success to a specific turning point that turning point came early in two thousand eighteen please. February fourteenth Valentine's Day. Shooting. A shooter killed seventeen students and staff at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in parkland, Florida within three months there was another mass shooting at another high school this one in Santa Fe, Texas, ten people were killed all we heard was Ryan Ryan. And next thing. You know, we hear boom. Ooh. And on it went eleven worshippers killed at the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh, twelve killed plus the shooter at a bar in Thousand Oaks, California. The mother of one of those victims made this plea, and I don't want Breyer's thoughts. I want gun control, and I hope to God. Nobody else sends me anymore prayers. So what about gun control in two thousand eighteen will in Florida nicknamed the gun shine state new laws came quickly just a few weeks.
"bush bush" Discussed on WCPT 820
"RJ s Cowan we'd now continue our conversation with Nathan j Robinson. I think it's important to balance out the apocalypse and the promising because I think otherwise people just succumb to the air and outrage I bought this bear and outraged are strangely addicting emotions that very that. That despair is a kind of narcotic outrageous kind of stimulant and either one you can just you know, you can cycle between the two based on today's news feed without ever staying in that state of optimistic activation where I think things happen. And and so I'm really glad you pointed out some of the great breakthrough. We've had in the past year, and I would add to that winning some district attorney seats Chicago announce where I think that happened in the last year again, so long. And just the opening of the tremendous depth of acceptance and support for Medicare for all the fact that fact that now for a couple of years there's been support for expanding social security. There's I have to say even a last five years things that I would write about five years ago. That seemed fringe and tilting against windmills to right. The minute healthcare is a human right or that Facebook and Google ought to be broken up, regulated as public utilities things that people thought were insane in two thousand seventeen are mainstream debate now in two thousand eighteen and I think that was not meant to be self aggrandizing. Other people too. But but but just to point out that the the Overton window has has shifted or at least widen substantially and for all of that. I think there's genuine reason to celebrate this also if you look at foreign policy and war, it's kind of amazing this shift that has occurred over the past decade or so when I was in high school in two thousand three two thousand seven with a high of Iraq war feature where anyone who questioned the war was a traitor, essentially to call the trader. And now, there's this strange anti war kind of consensus that the Senate resolution on on Yemen was bizarre. It was it. The first time that the Senate has ever condemned a unlawful military action by the presidency. I mean, there are some milestone, and this is Bernie Sanders pushing for this and it actually made it to the Senate which is stunning. And so there's been a real change Trump for all that Trump is kind of got elected on. An anti Iraq skepticism of the Iraq war and foreign intervention. He's now pulling out of Syria. Apparently, he's getting a lot of criticism by Republicans for that. But it also does seem as if the American public really has no stomach anymore for unnecessary warfare aggression and even even tensions with North Korea. Strangely dissipated over the course of the last year. And who would have thought that Trump and Kim would be meeting. Yeah. No, it's fascinating. And by the way. I'm just waiting now for this world weary eye rolling dismissal up Trump's move if he's six with it to withdraw from Syria by the Democrats and the national security establishment. Because that's almost certainly coming. Interesting. Interesting political science research done, I don't know if you saw Nathan in twenty-six after the two thousand sixteen election, showing that towns and cities in Wisconsin. Which of course, was a swing state that went for Trump towns and cities Wisconsin that had higher than average war casualties in the Middle East voted in larger numbers than would be expected for Donald Trump. In other words, suggests that Trump's comments about getting out of Iraq and about his allies that he was always against the Iraq war that he thought, but his all of his conversation statements that he was going to be we shouldn't be involved in these countries where we don't belong which by the way, I think is grant. I don't think he was sincere about, but the, but the savings were correct that they could have actually helped change the outcome of the two thousand sixteen election. Yeah. I mean, I think you absolutely. I mean, I haven't dived into the political science research. So I can't speak to it's an article claims, but that doesn't feel right? I mean, you do see an anti-war consensus emerging. You do see that the justifications win the justifications for the Iraq war collapsed pretty much everyone other than narrow members of the even even the people even the most vocal supporters of the Iraq war never talk about it anymore. You know, people like Bill Kristol nap presents himself as a member of the anti-trump persistence, and every all of the sort of establishment conservatives lamenting the decline the closing of the weekly standard, for instance, which shut its doors. Careful not to mention Iraq anywhere in bear eulogies for this great conservative paper, because they know that this is an embarrassment and that Neo conservatism. Foreign aggression and nation building projects it really just has absolutely no popular support. Now what you say. Well, that's great. Yeah. The closing of the weekly standard and great for four for a number of reasons, including the fact that gave me an opportunity to use the phrase, good riddance too bad rubbish, which I hadn't used. But so let's talk about another event of an event that I consider of minimal import frankly in the grand scheme of things, but one which got an enormous amount of press coverage, and which I think is symbolic of a number of structural problems. We have with our our politics and our media landscape right now, and that would be the death and funeral of George H W. Which you have written about. So I would call it a ritual reaffirmation of allegiance to a disconnected elite that has led us into mass slaughter and economic harm of almost incalculable. Proportions are kind of orgy of self self-congratulation in which both Democrats and Republicans celebrate their allegiance to one another at the expense of the American population. But your thoughts. Yes. Orgy, or congratulations, a polite euphemism for a circle jerk. Which is exactly what the coverage of George W Bush's dad, kind of seemed like which is you know, I wrote actually about the way the mainstream media covered this incident. And the New York Times was bizarre. I mean, they had a full page headline on the day of his death. Then full-page the day afterwards, basically about a week large parts of the paper. We're taking out by George Hw Bush Bush's death, and I pointed out in the article that I wrote that I almost think I- provocatively said in a sane and healthy country. The death of a president wouldn't even make the front pages because you wouldn't see your presidents as being that important. Just be a public servant. You don't want people who who at that bat important. But the coverage not only was just this. This more mass natural national mourning ritual. But of course, also. Propaganda because it didn't actually whitewashed his legacy, and you go through all of the things that went unmentioned or very quickly dismissed like his imprisonment of Haitian refugees Guantanamo like the way that when the United States down an Iranian airliner and killed nearly three hundred people Hw Bush said he would never apologize for America. No matter what the facts were which is just a very radical view of America, always being right? And then the atrocities during the Gulf war, maybe mass killing of civilians in the shelter. The. The massacre of fleeing Iraqi soldiers on the highway of death, lots of things that should be a truly. Oh. And of course, his cereal sexual assault. Women bears. I think bears mentioned in the metoo era. We should recognize that. That's part of your character. It has to be mentioned least you shouldn't be portrayed as a. Holy good person. Which is what a lot of the coverage was. And also, they neglected to mention the fact that. His pardon of some of the major players in the Iran contra scandal scandal in which he had at least at one point been implicated was outraged special prosecutor who was appointed to handle that who felt that this made it impossible to get to the truth of what really happened. So also. I would consider that shady dealings in the Iran contra scandal by by his giving out of pardons. And let's face it. A former CIA director is probably done some things we don't know about that. We wouldn't really approve of if we did know about them. So but this orgy of congratulations. It struck me. And by the way, parenthetically, and I'm probably going to alienate at least a couple of my listeners now, but Michelle Obama this week doubled down on her praise for George W Bush is I I may talk about it in a model as a kind sweet one funny warm wonderful man who called beautiful beautiful. I mean, he did look on the one hand he killed a million people needlessly in a war based on utter lies. But on the other hand, he painted nice pictures of clowns. So I guess and he gave her a piece of candy. So I guess it's wash. Give up. Yeah. I mean, she called him her partner in crime, which I mean, I'm not disputing that. He is a criminal. It's very strange expression to you. Because I don't think that's the way that she meant it. It shows me it's a little disturbing and showing you how easily. Prolonged exposure to elite circles could make you completely unaware of the human consequences of politics row because I like Michelle Obama, I really do. I I've just been reading bits of book. I think she's a good person. I have no reason to think she isn't. She just seems to end bracket bummer, of course, was known for opposing the war from the from day one that was one of his proudest moments. So it's very strange that she could be so blind to what the Iraq war meant for its victims. And it really does suggest it tells you a lot about what this bubble does to people and how it corrodes your moral, compass. Absolutely. By the way, I like Michelle Obama to and someone who has a black goddaughter and black odds-on you, and I was delighted to see the hope and joy that brought to so many lives to have them in the White House, and rightfully so. But this to me has the detachment is exactly right. And to me from. The inability the difficulty that one faces for example, criticizing Barack Obama's policies on the on the putative left. Anyway. People get so angry, the one thing that I found perhaps not so encouraging about the past here is eager and continued eagerness of so many liberals, I guess you would say and Democrats to look for the next savior than for the next policy. The idealization of Beto Aurora, for example, who clearly has from aggressive point of view considerable clay feet, but he's young, and he's handsome, and he's charismatic and he's charming. To me this. This is a discouraging development because this means that people have not gotten over with a friend of mine calls their candidate addiction, and what what I consider the urge really among Democrats and liberals interestingly enough, it's almost an an authoritarian urge to find a great leader and follow them and not have to worry about all this stuff ourselves. And it also comes from being desperate people just want someone who will save them from Trump. This is why there's all they say W Bush nostalgia in part because he looks much better by comparison..
State funeral to honor former US President George H.W. Bush
"Of foreign leaders showing up for state funerals was one of George Hw Bush Bush's most visible responsibilities during the years he spent as Ronald Reagan's vice President Bush, sometimes joked about the duty saying you die. I fly the globe-trotting statesman and former president will be on the receiving end this morning past and present leaders from throughout the world have flown in to pay their respects dramatic who's personal connections and diplomacy helped broker a peaceful end the Cold War and enforce international order during the first Gulf war. The service will also note Bush's role as a young naval aviator in World War Two commanders of the aircraft carrier that now bears his name will serve as honorary pallbearers, Scott Horsely NPR. News the White House. Former national security adviser Michael Flynn has provided substantial help to the special counsel team. Led by Robert Muller. NPR's? Carrie Johnson reports prosecutors are
Trump entities to be subpoenaed by state attorneys general
"The FBI launched a probe into allegations that Epstein sexually abused. Dozens of teenage girls by having his personal assistance Lord into to his home where they thought they would be paid for giving massages but would instead perform sex acts to fight those allegations. Epstein assembled a legal dream team that included Alan Dershowitz and former special prosecutor, Kenneth Starr, the multi-millionaire could have faced life in prison. But with their help struck a deal, he pleaded guilty to state felony prostitution charges and served a thirteen month sentence. Epstein was allowed to spend up to twelve hours a day. Six days a week at his office. The federal prosecutor who agreed to the lenient sentence in that case, Alex Kosta, the current US secretary of labor Epstein was known to be politically connected flight law. Obtained by several media organisations indicate that former President Bill Clinton was on Epsteins private jet at least twenty six times between two thousand one and two thousand three f- seen supposedly new President Donald Trump who said in a two thousand two interview with New York magazine that F scene is a terrific guy. And that Epstein likes beautiful women as much as I do and many of them are on the younger side. Mr. Trump's attorney told Fox News there was no relationship between Jeffrey Epstein and Donald Trump. The now sixty five year old Epstein was one of the most successful money managers in America, handling billions of investors money if it were someone else that didn't have that money or power. They would be in jail for life. That's just what would happen to a Costas spokesman said that this matter has been publicly addressed in that the US district attorney's office defended a cost his actions. Meanwhile, Edward says that the settlement that he reached with Epstein. Included an apology and a competent financial agreement. Epstein had no comment that is jury could Dunkin reporting this morning president George H W Bush Bush's funeral will be today with his burial plan for tomorrow in Texas in the early nineties comedian Dana Carvey US, President Bush has comedy fodder and CBS news. Correspondent major Garrett said that the president was good natured about it. The president is to start out with mister Rogers. It's so beautiful lay in the neighborhood. Then you add a little John Wayne way gal. Let's go over there ranch. You put them together. You got George. Herbert Walker Bush together, President Bush and his comedic foil. Dana Carvey forged, a perhaps unexpected friendship that started after Bush lost his bid for reelection in nineteen Ninety-two, Mr Bush invited Carvey to the White House as a pick me up for the staff and Lincoln bedroom last night, and I couldn't resist get her on the phone, and I call it the secret service as the president fail outgun jogging tonight.
"bush bush" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Drivers says she lost control of the vehicle rolled off the interstate. Child died injured. Dozens more charter buses scare the hell out of me. Football team was an high school football team. That was involved on the in that crash. Well, it looks like George H W Bush Bush's body is on its way to Washington where he will lie in state in the rotunda of the US capital is son. George other loved ones are expected to be on that train. I'm sees me playing as well as the service dog this was if you've seen this picture there is a flag draped coffin with the president's body in being waited waiting to be transported onto the plane and this beautiful yellow lab that is wearing his service vest service dog vests in front of the casket. Great picture. I mean, it's a sad picture solely is I guess been with the Bush family for a couple of years now. Yeah. Two year old yellow lab retriever named after sully named after the pilot Chesley somber. He. He became the service dog for the late president in June a couple months after Barbara Bush died the lab was trained by America's vet dogs such places service dogs and guide dogs with veterans active duty service members first responders yet, a former Parkinson's disease. The president did that slowed movements difficulty, balancing among other things used a wheelchair. Sully could open doors pick up items and summoned help dogs are magic. Doc was. Yeah. Absolutely. There have been a there's just been an absolute flood of nonstop praise for this president from people from both parties who have worked with him from his first time in congress back in the early seventies through his time as CIA director. And then as vice president after he had mounted an unsuccessful campaign for president Ronald Reagan chosen to be his vice president. But one of the things I heard Wayne mentioned this this morning. And I thought that this was a pretty important piece of who George H W Bush was and we I think it's a waste of time and breath for people to get into arguments about well, politically, he was this or politically he did. Any of that? I've heard some of it. It's it's out there. I'll say that. And it's just frustrating. I mean, the guy's dead. I was listening shows a life of public service. I was listening to Jennifer Jennifer Jones Lee in the wakeup call this morning, and she was talking to one of his speechwriters. I forget the man's name. But he wrote the fiftieth anniversary of the Pearl Harbor speech. And he was saying that he was the same person the day he left office as president that he was when he arrived in Washington in nineteen sixty six and that kind of character you just don't find. Yeah. Well, and you think about the this guy lived to the age of ninety four and part of what makes his generation different from my generation or a generation or anybody younger than us is simply that we've never been asked to serve our country in a way that these guys did this guy Blake how old older Blake's twenty-seven Blake just turned twenty seven last week. Nick is twenty-seven. Also, Nick is that right? I'll be twenty six this month. Okay. Fine. You're still twenty five years old. Yeah. All right. But let me just perspective on on who you guys are compared to George Hw Bush was at the age of twenty-five or twenty-seven if. George H W Bush like no, well, it's not it's not meant to degrade, you guys or anything your character. And it's just an I just a paint a picture. He was twenty. He was twenty when he was shot down over Japan during a bombing run. He was twenty that's perspective. Matt. Yeah. Imagine if Blake kept telling this seven year old story about half of that time, he got shot down over Japan. It's just a it's a different different world. He married his wife Barbara peers. When she was nineteen, and they were married seven years, the longest presidential marriage ever. Yeah. And Wayne said, so I don't think this is necessarily true. But think about this. They're probably more presidents of the United States. We're now in forty five. Then there have been people married to their wife for seventy three years. I mean, I know that probably not statistically true. But just that. I mean, that's the kind of character that this guy was that's a long time to be with someone. Okay. I'm thinking of it in a positive way. And you're like the incessant breathing. Anyway. More on George W Bush. What the plan is for this week when we would in Washington DC, basically will shut down to celebrate the life of this former president we'll talk about that, Gary and Shannon, KFI AM six forty.
Trump says he should have visited Arlington National Cemetery on Veterans Day
"Loss. But you know, what was the one two punch though, it was not going to the to the to the memorial in France because it was raining combined with the then blowing off Arlington two days later in the United States better. The thing that I find just amazing. You know, we hear all sorts of crazy stuff coming from Trump all the time, it's somewhat become normalized. But to me what happened last weekend, you can't normalize that what had happened in France was a national embarrassment and then by not international international embarrassment. It's one of the more embarrassing moments. I think for our country since World War Two and we've done a lot of stupid things. But that's and that's the top five and then not going to the cemetery. Well, what do you mean? It was a mistake who what idiot wouldn't know that it was a mistake is he said he was busy busy. Oh my gosh. Well, of course, that is to be to be a leader, right? And to make a an example of how we honor those who have fought for our country. And are still fighting for our country all over the world. Well this yesterday on Thursday, the officials from the department of veterans affairs have told the house committee. They still don't know when they will be able to pay tens of thousands of veterans their GI Bill benefit payments on time. If at all, and there are veterans who we've made a promise to including the GI Bill. Some of them will not be able to continue their education. Some of them have said, they might lose everything because this is something that account so beyond the sort of you know, the ceremonial aspects of Veterans Day. I mean, President Trump from what I understand I've been reading, and I try to find out if this is untrue. But believe he's the first president since Kennedy to not Leary's that that's correct. At the two. All of the unknown soldier. And he also hasn't visited the troops in the field. He hasn't visited them in Afghanistan. He hasn't gone there rack that's something that both Obama and Bush did with before their second years in office, and the vice President Bush Bush would send suddenly show up on thanksgiving. Like, hey, we've got a special guest any would walk right now. Yeah. It's it's amazing. I mean, we owe everything to our veterans, and you know, I've walked from DuPont circle to Arlington cemetery. You can do it. And you don't have to it is no great feat of of being in shape. So I'm sure he could have easily taken a car from the White House to the cemetery and back probably done within an hour. It's it's just it's just such a callous disregard for those who have given us so much well, but frankly is much as that's a disregard as much as what happened Francis disregard. There is nothing more callous than what he's doing with the troops thousands of troops. He's deployed to the southern border as a political as a political stunt. They are props. They are human props that rather than being with their families. They're sitting there throwing pebbles at a border waiting for a caravan. And it should be pointed out that these troops aren't anywhere near where the this caravan is expected to cross the border. No, they're like thousands of ninety there in Tucson ninety miles from the border. And I read that this could take up to six months for the, you know, the bulk of the folks that were walking three miles is yet to some of them are within the next few days. The mayor of Tijuana has asked the Mexican government for more resources in order to help. Those who have arrived there, obviously a border town. That has a has a lot of issues when it comes to people trying to enter the United States ending up. Having a stay there or else being turned back around. So there's a lot going on. I'm not
"bush bush" Discussed on KGO 810
"Virginia your calls at eight hundred two two two five to to go right ahead. Thank you for taking my call. You bet. Several people that I know that are Republicans hand every time I point out to them about cavenaugh having lied under oath. They evade the issue. We basically promoted and rewarded lying under oath on a worldwide stage. And I don't think that's good for anyone. That's exactly how Laura. They didn't have enough evidence about the allegation with Dr Ford. Right. Because they of course, they only chose to interview three other people, but the lying under oath to me unforgivable. Nobody that lies under oath should be court Justice period. Just so we revisit this. The the lying was underestimating his drinking or specifically what we salute. Things that were under the Bush Bush administration emails that he claimed he didn't know anything about regarding. You know, I don't know what it was. But either way promoting specific court nominees. He said he knew nothing about it. But yet his emails were in the chain. Broke out that was the lying under oath was far before the Ford allegations. And then it just became so evident, his temperament and. Once he was accused of this and thought that that he might lose this position as Justice. He continued to lie. I mean, there's just too many people that have come out of the woodwork saying he was an absolute hard drinker or the rule of law because then really I like beer Tammy. No big deal. Convene still like beer beer..
"bush bush" Discussed on The IVY Podcast
"No one ever looks at it, but they still feel so good. It's in my file. That right, personal notes, apparently, George Bush Bush senior would do that right, personal notes and the people that work for the for him just took such pride in getting one of those nose. So it's a really little thing that you can do that really goes a long way in making your teammates or followers really respect you and trust to and feel good about you. So hopefully you'll get a personal note how many have gotten a personal note in the last year. Oh, good. Awesome. Can I say yours? This is my daughter came to support me and she runs her own business, jeez, on publisher. The company is now up franchise, but she wasn't a branch is e when she started and the owner of the company tell them. So. We're from country. So. My job selling you are you're one of the and he will. I'm tree on the field report that the owner of.
"bush bush" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Could a bad guy that called up told us about jack lighting jack we'd go we'd go down to the dump jank flange like shoot the rat maybe that's what was going on i hope that's all it was seven thirty one caller from dog bar road i just like the names of the odd bar lodge pole dr scotts flat reservoir and dog bar road how do they get the name datsun borrowed there's a bar dogs and dog walked into a bar to people yelling at each other in the street okay magnolia road people yelling in the street that's nothing here all right that's it wait katie's traffic report every fifteen minutes here about that shortly caller from magnolia road reported large turkey struck by vehicle now they got a lot of turkey's all over the place getting away caller left the line open so i guess a caller called the police and had left the line open caller said everything was fine but when asked to verify their name and location the caller said i think you've got the wrong number and hung up on himself well sir they didn't call you so think seems like you're a smidge mixed up okay caller from highway one seventy four rep reported a tenant threatened the caller with a hammer and said he would bash the caller skull so this was a tender going after the landlord and they're all right after those people yelling at each other and the robot that blog to this blog okay here we go hey ten worst beers in the world oh beers worst worst tasting bad worst i'm i'm guessing and maybe they take on maybe it tastes like they're saying that bush has a beer bush bush bush has a beer called natural light how's your bush.
"bush bush" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Yeah no kid shine you want wanna get away from it even fill out my three she seems to grow up this is good enjoy it so he put more continue saying she will she but it doesn't and went to yale i did yeah you say that in america everyone chance now i'm barely say it because the problem is like you know like people go like oh we go to college and i was like oh yeah you know in connecticut i studied new haven or whatever people just sort of like leave it there because you don't want to be responsible for everything that means because as soon as you get something wrong they're like oh yale doesn't know the answer to this one and you're like dude i'm a human being i don't know that they also george w bush bush went to yale so let's keep the bar where you know let's make it fair see he might have had some financial help ican canada i mean whatever he's painting all the time i'm sure he did of pno lessons i'm sure he's a break picasso when he's not the worker he liked to drink pretty to play the piano so let's look at some of your your work so you did of your theater shows was tar baby what was that about so it's one of those things that like you say it in america everybody knows exactly what it's about it's a show about race and capitalism in america so it's you know it's a very old timey raises term tar baby and i love taking things that people are like what you can't talk about that being like fucking watch me and so so yeah so it was this interactive carnival of race and capitalism so they're all these carnival esque games and i'm the barker and it's all about the selling and the packaging of the narrative that supports racism you know the narratives that we continue to tell ourselves in our children about what is true about certain people when ultimately those stories are made up so that people can make money hand over fist off with those people and feel good about it because i don't consider them to be.
Macron argues for Iran deal, climate pact in address to Congress
"Aska and ended in southwest iowa bellevue nebraska police say they were investigating a shooting this morning when a man drove by shot at officers none of whom were hit during the chase iowa state trooper dylan malone crashed his cruiser he's hospitalized in omaha was serious but not in life threatening injuries the suspect crashed into the river and was arrested a des moines man is charged with the hitler homicide by reckless driving for deadly crash last thursday police arrested thirty threeyearold grant you yesterday in connection with the crash that killed nineteen year old tyler wilcox you is accused of going more than seventy five miles an hour in a thirty mile an hour zone when his truck collided with the car driven by wilcox added the moines intersection wilcox his funeral was held earlier today our top national story french president emmanuel macron wants a better iran deal but says the treaty shouldn't be abandoned addressing us lawmakers today mccrone call for more a more comprehensive deal to prevent iran from building nuclear weapons he argued that iran must never be allowed to have nukes president trump has called the iran accord a bad deal that should never have been negotiated trump has suggested that he might withdraw from the accord next month the iran deal was negotiated by the us and other world powers during the obama administration finally former president george bush is giving thanks to everyone for their kindness following the death of his wife barbara bush bush took to twitter this morning saying all houston's did a great job making sure barbara bush has visitors and funeral gas felt welcome the expresident particularly thanks houston mayor vaster turner and police barbara bush died last week george bush has been in the hospital since sunday night.
George H.W. Bush hospitalized following wife's funeral
"On this twenty four th day of april six minutes past the hour new this morning a former president george hw bush is in the hospital in houston with an infection of course this comes just after attending the funeral of his wife barbara bush bush spokesperson said monday on twitter that the ninety three year olds responding to treatment and appears to be recovering us admitted sunday morning to houston methodist hospital after an infection spread to his blood of course barbara bush was laid to rest saturday in a ceremony attended by her husband and former presidents bill clinton barack obama george w bush and their wives along with current first lady melania trump police in toronto canada are looking into why a man in a rented van jumped a curb monday and a busy intersection striking several people in all ten people died fifteen were injured in what seemed like a deliberate attack this man says he tried to stop the driver i thought he had a heart attack or something so i was trying to cheat sit down in a way almost trying to catch up see what happened all that scene is this guy is crumble and he's going seventy eighty clicks he's hitting people one by one going down oh man i got two young and emperors and i've seen a lady with her leg and really bad out there i couldn't believe what i seen have you body how these people on the streets getting hit one by one post office box getting crumbled up on people and one person got dragged on their blood is all over young and emphasis really bad out there baby stroller i didn't see the baby i saw stroller split in half i seen assume people the most gruesome scene i seen was young and interest a woman's leg her leg was on once oh man it was really bad.
"bush bush" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"He's a psycho and it's like yeah but like bush was kind of like bush bush would snicker yeah type of psycho which was always laughing different go like trump could only remember him like hissing thing is like like a kind of the big thing points to is is the difference between the cycle that he is in the cycle that bush is that he's miserable he's a miserable person every day is agony he's just got this deep he doesn't happiness joe happy impulsive sense of joy is also terminally unable to laugh at himself rose or like him at the correspondence to comedy central roast of him which is still blows my mind just because his mouth moves his head but it's not laughed well it's just too insecure broad grin and nod if his waddell is like the closest thing i have a this sounds like something james comey would say of but my friend said something about my friend had long storied troll said something about having a sense of humor and being able to deliver comedy a little while ago that sort of stuck with me where he said being funny is it's a gift you can have that can make people who probably shouldn't like you understand you in a way and grow to like you and i think for somebody like trump he can't really he fundamentally doesn't motivation right he doesn't have tried to charm anyone doesn't understand people beyond transactions so we can't give anyone that gift of understanding them or truly liking them in any way instead of us normal people who make jokes all the time so that people don't hate us.
"bush bush" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"That amyot cons but not the deep state they are part of the deep state dude that's what they are they basically answer to a different drum they don't answer to congress they weasel their way into places of power and they do their dirty work and then when they're done they walk away they don't have any sense of morality are you kidding me fascists but it's not a deep state they're fascist what are we are we gonna now mince words like salad that we're going to do now they're fashions they're not deep state wetter is the deep state any better than a fascist i mean are you gonna split hairs here or are you are you are you playing a are you a semantic person or anti semantic when are you know i'm saying they're fascists they're bad people but it's not a deep state within the government there is a deep state within the government's called the shadow government even george bush said there was a shadow governor george w bush bush said there was a shadow government is in charge of operations during nine eleven he instead so he met what do you mean he meant if and after a nuclear war after my ass there's a deep state i think you're wrong no i'm not wrong some doctors dr.
"bush bush" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Lawn time for the gresh show george bush bush bush bush on news talk six thirty and ninety nine seven fm wpro i got four seeds for wwe smackdown to give away that will happen in this half hour well actually it's seven hundred eight so it'll happen before seven thirty let's put it that way i guess that's still is inside this half hour but when you do it in a when you do it in a way that you know eight minutes into the hour so within the next twenty minutes or so they will give away floor seats to smack down twenty one and a half minutes twenty one and a half minutes we will make that happen inside that time you know some of these draft rumors i love i love talking about them because i love the nfl draft i love when these pop up i love hearing about them i love draft talk i love lamp and i love draft talk and the patriots have something that is worth watching this year when it comes to the nfl draft two first round picks two second round picks sneeze at and there's been a lot of rumblings as to what's going to happen in the top five picks of the draft i would argue that within the last fifteen years this is the most compelling top five of an nfl draft we've seen in that period of time maybe since rothlisberger ally manning and fill rivers all came into the league together yeah but isn't this more due to the uncertainty and the unproven ness of these players as opposed to back then.
"bush bush" Discussed on WDRC
"The story because the mainstream media they don't want anything to do with us and the reason and it's obvious the reason that the these other countries are upset is because they had it made they've been using us for years for years and the we'll see now what i think is going to happen in the end i think that uh trump is going to make a deal that's what he's doing here each starts off light that that he makes a deal which is is good for us in the in the end and that the other areas uh of of government around the world they will say well you know this is really better than nothing so i think uh i think that's the way it will probably workout now i can't imagine that he is going to give it all up i can't and i got a story this morning that the vice president now pence he is backing a he is backing the president however there's a story that that he you know really a dozen does it the like it then it's the same as is a george bush bush uh uh tried to do this and they started the criticizing he right away pull back so it's it's gonna be interesting to see how all of this uh a works out and uh they have a call from uh a dave clinton a dave end clinton uh about the roads and then telling us that he uh works wars steel company and the and agrees with what's going on is going to be better for us okay if any of you have anything else to add just call us one eight eight eight five seven four two seven two three.
"bush bush" Discussed on Critical Role
"It's really pretty thanks to get improvement that drubbing enough all you as we uh go on our way you think your free and clear oh no no dow's average just a little little bar fight nasa than a little friendly little friendly sparring nothing nothing crazy bush bush does anyone want the doughnut from my bag yourself don't apply complete load on also like a doughnut okay you go i don't have them in real life just this one in real life but then the game he grads are having only which is known oh you actually have though not sit under the slimmed angle oh they're out there it is nation peter budaj good luck oh nuts are not that old what does that old me this is a means the young early pretty new preteen new yuccas three day snow or forget it you know i don't actually want to know the answer i just thought that announces that it's good for the goal is it good and do we gain or lose hit by by curious new hip point transition constitution saves uh they're a bit stale that still tasty enough lynch from bloomberg of there were doing hogan you can choose to remove it if you like but amedee at the texture is profit but that's color ms written six meet goals remark is this weird for you to not be traveling with your performing family it's it's change but travels travel so you travel no waggin when you were with your family travel forever it was it was constant constantly on the road once we once we left home we stayed stayed moving.
"bush bush" Discussed on Super Station 101
"The cash owner oh man the beauty of the left dust ease up next salary dusty ugh after nerd or not or good afternoon but uh anyway i wanted to comment on the solid their situation uh there's plenty videos awad you fire 100 route the thoughts are uh from a right oh it's not a male hang on it added knocked then you can idaho at within yeah then 52 100 pray almost simultaneously to that officer it's going to quit the empowered summit bs is there a fire nailed it just so all this talk about the style answer if this ridiculous wives but to find out god's word legal it he modified it predicted by or did he still in from some greg military out but i don't know but that's got ta it will and that's how stupid people actually would call in its out he shot five her at least five hundred rounds man now some people say it's over thousand from this hotel room in his house or is this going to survive thirty eight yeah yeah it actually does get out only brother but you got a good point man we'll talk to you know the time sr does that bone fixed wales at next hour you will not i'm good how you doing well boast actually hit the nail on the head that so that's what else our the martyr on an automatic weapon the sustained right if arsenal substantial a slower and they just they are surprised weapons not solid slip right uh anybody's ever have around about it now you're going to hear the bullets smacking the ground long before you the rifle firing no doubt about one china dumps bullets for a while and that's just yet you have our evident i mean um yeah it's redundant argument yes uh i'll i got shot at while and there was a 22 round uh and as it hit the water it was hitting the water way before we heard the pop y'all absolutely so we will we saw the pooch bush bush and then we and then we heard the poppoppop and then we knew we may believe then the.
"bush bush" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Nine just like boy you know it's i can we ever just can we ever to stay on topic on any sh who wealth and yeah well and and and that's you know that is something that that we you and i have discussed over the years at off and on on many stories it's it's gotten so far off of the very basic ideas of the discussion that the senator points of of the topic that you really have to just try to wade through all the mud at but it with social media it's just like you know it's like if you're she's if you see that um that uh that one video it's become like a little a gif maim and it's a person just taking a a squeegee on the on the beach and pushing the waves back into the water sometimes when we were doing talk radio and they're doing the show what we feel like with does algis tried to get back to the original topic at hand in the real discussion and gets convoluted because they while everything from the on this topic most of it was surrounding the first amendment and freedom of speech freedom of speech never played into it right aide still being discussed now yes freedom of speech has nothing to do with this issue what end up but residents issuing an opinion on something is not a president saying i am going to shut them down my right right mccainfeingold which was legislation to restrict some people's freedom of speech that was legislation to restrict freedom of speech yet that his government going too far it adds where the supreme court came in and said no you can't were strict political speechwriter now that was mccain was involved in that we were against that the the the democrats really pushed it but you had mccain as part of a wedding matt for a couple of years and then bush bush signed it stating and we were pretty intensely angry at.
"bush bush" Discussed on AM-1230 WJOB
"To me is not out there for president you know he's not jeb bush bush's not a cruise he's not walker he's not mm it who who hutu donald told to go sit down somewhere but now he's he's none other than the names that are out there i don't know is if that would help him to one to be in that mix right now so if you're looking at it and you're saying r y how do we how do we get the best chance of getting mike pence to be present partly you asked me the best way for him to become president is hillary wins she gets four years everyone gets tired of having democrats in there and then it's time for a guy that comes out of nowhere to be the president so i don't know if he's gone in for this time it's kind of like a longer term thing because it for a republican wins this time around and he's not ice president he's probably gone but if a democrat win so matter who it is and repeat what how many years of democrats and that would be hillary oil twoterm pop up there bush didn't get to turn but hillary if she wins would get to terms i don't know i don't know a puff of your if i think hillary if she got in other words i'm not saying that's what's going to happen for if you're looking for a likely scenario for mike pence will be president that to me would be a democrat win everybody gets are the democrats and then there then it's republican pence has emerged as a leader of all the governor's he was in congress he he's he steps away from some of his um cana extreme rightwing social agenda in and traces portray himself as an economic development guy next thing you know he's he's a republican nominee five years from now.
"bush bush" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The bush bushes on the right now i think there behind the rocks on the left and the guy turns around and says more runs i have more ron's on my team they don't rob you win you don't have the money we don't have the money we're going up the mountain to get the money don't worry yet they rob you win you have the money coming down the mountain well and see this is true in retirement the government if they are hard up for money what richard card ray was saying is we have a problem because we can tax people as they come down the mountain but if you stay with me to the next segment i'm gonna show you sort of i'm going to connect some dots on why the department of labor sort of as been figuring on how to may be confiscated or get people to but there iras and 401 k as in the us treasury's and if they can force the americans to take even thirty or forty percent of their iras a 401 case and put them in the us treasury's because it's mandated that under a for disarrary rule and it's is not law yet but folks this is what they're you know hidden agenda was then they could easily get six or seven trillion right off the bat loan to the government from people's iras raisin 401 case and then tax that when they do take it out these are things that a lot of people don't see coming and i want to protect you because an ira or four one k used.
"bush bush" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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