19 Burst results for "Colonel Doug"

"colonel doug" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:35 min | 2 months ago

"colonel doug" Discussed on AP News

"Russia and you need to take this guy out by any means possible Press secretary Jen Psaki says you won't hear anyone say that at The White House We are not advocating for killing the leader of a foreign country or regime change That is not the policy of the United States Russia's ambassador to the U.S. called Graham's comments unacceptable and outrageous He's even getting pushed back from Republicans Ted Cruz called assassination of Putin and exceptionally bad idea Georgia Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene called Graham's tweet irresponsible dangerous and unhinged Ed Donahue Washington This is AP news Florida state Senate passes an election police bill pushed by Republican governor Ron DeSantis He calls for an office of election crimes and security with special state police officers named by the governor to investigate voter fraud allegations A veteran Fox News reporter draws in-house praise and criticism Fox News national security reporter Jennifer Griffin has worked for the network since 1996 The defense correspondent has drawn attention recently for contradicting her network's endless and hosts on air After retired U.S. Army colonel Doug McGregor suggested Russia be allowed to keep the parts of Ukraine they were most interested in she said he sounded like a Putin apologist Tucker Carlson later brought the former officer on his show suggesting that certain reporters are acting as flax for The Pentagon some interpreted that as a criticism of his colleague Griffin says she's doing what she's always done providing the most accurate information to viewers In a statement Fox News media said they were proud of her stellar reporting Jennifer King Washington I'm Tim McGuire AP news.

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"colonel doug" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:39 min | 2 months ago

"colonel doug" Discussed on AP News

"Destroying Russia and you need to take this guy out by any means possible Press secretary Jen Psaki says you won't hear anyone say that at The White House We are not advocating for killing the leader of a foreign country or regime change That is not the policy of the United States Russia's ambassador to the U.S. called Graham's comments unacceptable and outrageous He's even getting pushed back from Republicans Ted Cruz called assassination of Putin and exceptionally bad idea Georgia Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene called Graham's tweet irresponsible dangerous and unhinged Ed Donahue Washington This is AP news Florida state Senate passes an election police bill pushed by Republican governor Ron DeSantis He calls for an office of election crimes and security with special state police officers named by the governor to investigate voter fraud allegations A veteran Fox News reporter draws in-house praise and criticism Fox News national security reporter Jennifer Griffin has worked for the network since 1996 The defense correspondent has drawn attention recently for contradicting her network's endless and hosts on air After retired U.S. Army colonel Doug McGregor suggested Russia be allowed to keep the parts of Ukraine they were most interested in she said he sounded like a Putin apologist Tucker Carlson later brought the former officer on his show suggesting that certain reporters are acting as flax for The Pentagon some interpreted that as a criticism of his colleague Griffin says she's doing what she's always done providing the most accurate information to viewers In a statement Fox News media said they were proud of her stellar reporting Jennifer King Washington I'm Tim McGuire AP news I'm Serena Williams You watch me live on TV.

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"colonel doug" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:35 min | 2 months ago

"colonel doug" Discussed on AP News

"Destroying Russia and you need to take this guy out by any means possible Press secretary Jen Psaki says you won't hear anyone say that at The White House We are not advocating for killing the leader of a foreign country or regime change That is not the policy of the United States Russia's ambassador to the U.S. called Graham's comments unacceptable and outrageous He's even getting pushed back from Republicans Ted Cruz called assassination of Putin and exceptionally bad idea Georgia Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene called Graham's tweet irresponsible dangerous and unhinged Ed Donahue Washington This is AP news Florida state Senate passes an election police bill pushed by Republican governor Ron DeSantis He calls for an office of election crimes and security with special state police officers named by the governor to investigate voter fraud allegations A veteran Fox News reporter draws in-house praise and criticism Fox News national security reporter Jennifer Griffin has worked for the network since 1996 The defense correspondent has drawn attention recently for contradicting her network's endless and hosts on air After retired U.S. Army colonel Doug McGregor suggested Russia be allowed to keep the parts of Ukraine they were most interested in she said he sounded like a Putin apologist Tucker Carlson later brought the former officer on his show suggesting that certain reporters are acting as flax for The Pentagon some interpreted that as a criticism of his colleague Griffin says she's doing what she's always done providing the most accurate information to viewers In a statement Fox News media said they were proud of her stellar reporting Jennifer King Washington I'm Tim McGuire AP news.

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Jennifer Griffin Responds to Col. Douglas Macgregor's Putin Comments

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | 2 months ago

Jennifer Griffin Responds to Col. Douglas Macgregor's Putin Comments

"Want to play the response that Jennifer Griffin had, and she responded to colonel McGregor and I'm going to ask him for his response of her response. As he comes on here, which is cut 9 where Jennifer Griffin responds to colonel McGregor right afterwards, play cut 9. I just heard your last guess and I feel like I need to correct some of the things that colonel Doug McGregor just said because and I'm not sure ten minutes is enough time to do so because there were so many distortions in what he just said and talking about the west and NATO vilifying Putin and sounding like an apologist for Putin. So those what he just said was so distorted that I do feel that our audience needs to know the truth. She continued, let me see the other clip here that she was on here. She continued by uncut 18. Let's play cut 18, please. And talking about how put he thinks he knows how far Putin wants to go. I don't think anyone that I've spoken to here at The Pentagon or elsewhere in western intelligence believes they know how far Putin wants to go. And I think that the world has seen what Putin is capable of and to blame NATO membership for what we've seen Putin unleashed. We've seen from Putin's own words that he is talking in czarist terms from an 18th 19th century view of empirical imperial Russia. Debate is good in situations like this. When there is a consensus that they keep on putting on television, you're not allowed to have any sort of nuance or any sort of difference of opinion, then that's usually when really bad things happen. That's usually where you get situations like when you invade Iraq. Or when you lock down your entire country.

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"colonel doug" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:23 min | 9 months ago

"colonel doug" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks have i mentioned the stolen lately. You know my attitude is. Let's let bygones be bygones. Can can rob. The american people have their voice. What's the big deal a. Let's let it go unless i'm being sarcastic i'm talking right now colonel Doug must yano also state senator pennsylvania. My friend doug must renault where are we in the madness of the twenty twenty election. You've been a hero. You've refused to stop looking into this because We happen to think it's important to know whom the american people chose to lead them. where are we right. Now you've been in the forefront at work what eleven months now on from november election and you know. We held a hearing gettysburg on the twenty fifth november at. We're no closer now to resolutions whole issue than we were back. then i've been undercut by the senate leadership. They stripped me. My committee chair. Because i was pressing ahead with subpoenas and that was going to have a vote. Issue subpoenas to several counties to get to the bottom of this year and is a great catastrophe. These stripped you of the chairmanship of your committee. Now why would they do a thing like that. Well you know. I was moving ahead as a committee. Cherry sent letters to three counties to begin in audit a forensic investigation to get to the bottom of what the heck happened you know. There's nothing to hide. Opened up the books. Let's get to the bottom of this. That's why you keep the balance for twenty two months he can do this. But senate leadership. senator jake. Corman was keen on the. I think moving ahead with a full forensic investigation and so not only was. I stripped mike committee chair. I had a voting session on committee arranged on the six of august was cancelled behind my back by him. I was locked out of committee committee. Voting rooms in harrisburg. I mean this. This whole thing is ridiculous. I don't know what the issue is. The people of pennsylvania and i want a forensic investigation to figure out what the heck happened here. But i'm undercut party. What is the name of the menu just mentioned in what is his position. He's the president of the senate. Senator jake corman republican and undertake cormon. Yes okay so. He is a republican. I think the technical term is rhino. And he doesn't seem to like the idea of trying to find out what the voters in pennsylvania did now. Why if you don't mind my asking why would it be that state. Senator jake corman in pennsylvania would be against this. It doesn't make sense. Why would he be against this. I can only speculate. But he's been in office for twenty two years he took he took over his dad's seat of twenty one years of forty three years of cormon in in the state senate same district really has faced opposition in what i see. Erica is a status quo. Don't do anything risky. That can Overturn everyone's comfort level You know there's there's some opposition within my own caucus which is fine. There's there's going to be because in this is something that not all the people coupled with but you know i am But the bottom line is so when i was pressing ahead when i sent letters to the county is he. He told me he strong. He said i can't stop you. But i urge you not to sent the letter to the county's announcing that i had any information of doing an audit and then i gave them three weeks to comply philadelphia county york county county. Time came when it was time to do subpoenas. And of course when i had a vote i lined up. He undercut me. And so i worked with him and his staff for several weeks. Trying to get okay. What's your concern. What's the hangup couldn't come any resolution. So i went public on. You know so people are asking me. Doug subpoenas i'm like ask senator cormon senator jake. Corman has been in power for twenty two years before him. His father held the same seat. This doesn't sound good senator. Doug i know this sounds like the antithesis of what the founders tried to set up in this country where people are elected by their superiors the government is we the people we elect people. Like you like senator j corman to represent us not to have a sinecure not to sit there for decades. The way biden has done. How else am i supposed to interpret this. Let's ask another question. Why are you convinced that it's worth pursuing what you've been trying to pursue and what has been obstructed by folks like senator. Jake corman convinced. It's worth the trouble. Well i've seen some things obviously but going back to november third. More importantly i've heard from a quartermaine people eric. I represent about a quarter million people. I've heard from a quarter made people across pennsylvania with viable claims assertions accusations of a fraud or nefarious things going on at a polling station. And they're all telling me. Do something senator master or you work for us. Do something. And so as one of the most junior citizen building. Of course i put together. The hearing jake had no pardon he didn't even attend it and for eleven months. I've been champion this year. And we're on the cusp of beginning this entire audit and of course undercut by him for political reasons now. He's had a conversion moment. He's on radio stations and tv saying that he's four. We'll see i'm in missouri mode right now. Show me. But i was told by him and his staff. If i persistent is not only were they stripped me in my committee but also take away my harrisburg staff which he did. This is the kind of stuff that i think my relatives in sicily fled that country for the political corruption. thug tactics. And we're seeing here right here in pennsylvania so if you thought it was hard to get an audit done in arizona it's even harder in pennsylvania obviously my own. Party's undercutting our process. We're not suggesting senator jake. Corman is corrupt. We're actually stating it. There's a difference if if he is not what i fear he is. He needs to do something. And i'll i'll i'll go over his head to the people of pennsylvania or people anywhere in the country to write to him. Senator jake corman because ladies and gentlemen. The nation is at stake. Your children's future your grandchildren's future. We don't get another crack at this if we look away when history delivers up to us a moment such as we're living through right now it's on us. It is on us. So i don't know anything about jake corman but what you've said to me. Anyone who is not interested in at least letting brave folks like you do their job. I find that very disturbing and we need to understand why somebody like jake corman in pennsylvania would not be willing to take the trouble to wanna know what did the people in pennsylvania actually vote. It's pretty basic. We're being told not to talk about this. You haven't been on mainstream news. Have you this. Not a mainstream news now. I have you been on fox or newsmax. They talking to you all those stations and almost weekly with them laying out. What's going on. But i decided eric make this public. Because i've been dealing with this behind the scenes. For many months with senator cormon and.

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The Madness of the 2020 US Election With Senator Doug Mastriano

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | 9 months ago

The Madness of the 2020 US Election With Senator Doug Mastriano

"I'm talking right now colonel Doug must yano also state senator pennsylvania. My friend doug must renault where are we in the madness of the twenty twenty election. You've been a hero. You've refused to stop looking into this because We happen to think it's important to know whom the american people chose to lead them. where are we right. Now you've been in the forefront at work what eleven months now on from november election and you know. We held a hearing gettysburg on the twenty fifth november at. We're no closer now to resolutions whole issue than we were back. then i've been undercut by the senate leadership. They stripped me. My committee chair. Because i was pressing ahead with subpoenas and that was going to have a vote. Issue subpoenas to several counties to get to the bottom of this year and is a great catastrophe. These stripped you of the chairmanship of your committee. Now why would they do a thing like that. Well you know. I was moving ahead as a committee. Cherry sent letters to three counties to begin in audit a forensic investigation to get to the bottom of what the heck happened you know. There's nothing to hide. Opened up the books. Let's get to the bottom of this. That's why you keep the balance for twenty two months he can do this. But senate leadership. senator jake. Corman was keen on the. I think moving ahead with a full forensic investigation and so not only was. I stripped mike committee chair. I had a voting session on committee arranged on the six of august was cancelled behind my back by him. I was locked out of committee committee. Voting rooms in harrisburg. I mean this. This whole thing is ridiculous. I don't know what the issue is. The people of pennsylvania and i want a forensic investigation to figure out what the heck happened here. But i'm undercut

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"colonel doug" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:28 min | 11 months ago

"colonel doug" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Is something i knock. You're saying it's awesome america. I was sebastian gorka. I am boris upside guests. Those thing and we are back. With pennsylvania's states senator american hero. Colonel doug mass triano senator. We are talking about the freight train of audits coming to pennsylvania. Today you issued letters from your committee from intergovernmental operations committees that right the standing committee in the pennsylvania state senate you issued a letters to three counties including philadelphia for all information all ballots. All papers to be turned over for a full examination. Tell us more tells by the powers of the committee and what's going to happen at philadelphia does not comply by the deadline of july thirty first. Any county does not comply. We're going to have a voting meeting of my committee and to issue subpoenas and then it becomes legal matter if that's not enough to convince them then. Obviously he'll be accord issue. But my my view once again as i said before and i'll repeat it is. He got nothing to hide. Opened up the darn. There's there's if there's nothing to see here go ahead and and prove that everything was good to go that there was no fraud. Some of my colleagues the other side actually said a week and a half going to floor of the senate or whatever at dickey's assertion but you know what last year was unprecedented in pennsylvania as well as around most of the nation's kobe shut down polling stations close. We had the changes election law by supreme court and secretary state last minute changes even the day before the election No excuse mail in voting and you. You can't tell me that there wasn't issues their issues. I've heard personally from thousands of people across the state and it's time we addresses issues. I think as a lawyer that similarly arizona. There's gonna be a legal process enough economy's gonna push back but then you will get to review all this information. What do you expect to find in review in philadelphia. And i hope you get to see allegany county. Which is pittsburgh as well. Where do you expect to find. I don't know i. I'm just after the truth. This is a massive research project here on on behalf of the people pennsylvania. I'm hearing things out of arizona. We might find some things. I just simply don't know. I don't have any pre conceptions on this here i'm going with an open mind and i'm just calling on all the counties to cooperate and and do their due diligence. We always want transparency in government. There's no greater transparency. Then opening the books here on on the twenty twenty and the twenty twenty one primary we just had i wanna look at both elections compare contrast and do whatever i can ensure that we have free and fair elections and everyone has an equal share equal voice. What does this audience. What does the maga- movement. What is the maga- posse need to do to ensure that there is a full forensic audit full forensic review of the election in pennsylvania. What are the next steps. What are they need to do right. Ask people i pray for us here for know wisdom and discernment and victory and and all that and favor In the meantime here that the process needs to run and so were they have three weeks to voluntarily comply and after that the subpoena comes out. And obviously it's a vote of my you know thankfully we have a decent majority in the senate In on my senate committee and so we should win that vote for subpoena. But let your voice be heard. You know if if you're in pennsylvania contact your state senator whether public and pelham with you want to happen voice be heard stay center. Doug mess john. God bless you thank you so much rock and roll..

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"colonel doug" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"colonel doug" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Hi. Welcome to the Eric Metaxas show just found out. I'm supposed to be someplace else right now. So my sincere apologies, But I simply won't be able to introduce today's host, Mr Eric Metaxas headed folks. Welcome to the program. Chris. Albin, are you ready? Yes, I think nobody's gonna believe nobody's going to believe what I'm gonna tell them right now. Because I joke so much. I'm the boy who cried Wolf. Um Coming up in our next segment is my conversation with the president of the United States. I have to set this up for you folks. Otherwise you won't believe me. Um, my guest in our one today is Colonel Doug Mystery on. Oh, this man. Is an American hero. He is the The state senator from Pennsylvania, who led the charge in a to Gettysburg hearings last week. He has been absolutely heroic and amazing and getting the truth out. In terms of the voter fraud in Pennsylvania. I was some of you've been involved in these prayer calls that I've been part of last night. Sunday night. We had a prayer call and Colonel. Uh, Doug Master Yano. Who is the state senator we're talking about. He was on the prayer call last night on. We already knew we were gonna have him on today. So we began to Start the interview with him. Which you're gonna hear in the next segment, And just as we started the interviewer before we start the interview, his phone rang goes up. I gotta take this. It's the president. So he has a conversation with the president of the estate. He lets us listen in. We can't hear that. It's a private conversation. But the president of the United States, Donald Trump is calling up. One of these American heroes, Doug Master Yano, My guest for this hour. The president called him up today. Why? Because he wants to know. Hey, what's going on in Pennsylvania? This president Really is the kind of a maniac who calls up state senators to find out what's going on. What can we do? How can I help? Well, who should I contact and the president's like writing down the information of the name of the state senator that I need to the president? We we heard this in the conversation. And Albin and I were just stunned listening into this phone call, which we certainly did not expect. We expect to be having a Another kind of excited conversation. But this this this ramp things up to another level. And I said to, uh, Doug, because we know Doug. He's been on this program. Bunch times, Colonel mastery. I know, I said. Is there anything the president wants to say to my audience or is there anything that he wants us to do now? You have to understand that Was before today. Before this show, I was thinking I need to reach out to my audience in a new way and ask them. Help us in this battle, So I'll tell you about that in a second. But I shout that out T. Douglas Master Yano, And at the end of his conversation, he says to the president, something like Eric Metaxas. I'm on the radio with him. He wants to know if there's anything whatever and The president says something like, Oh, Eriks! Fantastic by the way, but now I'm not Kidding. I am surprised that the president knows my name or about the show. Remy. I guess that was very wonderful. And then I I had Rather breathless kind of conversation with him. You can tell him excited when you listen to the conversation. So we're going to play that in a few minutes. That's in our next segment. We're gonna play it. Um, I'll ask you now and later. Go to our YouTube channel for the Eric Metaxas show. Please. Take my this video of my conversation with the president. And with Doug Mr Yano share it a Zweig Lee as you can, because not just because it's me talking to the president. But my conversation with Doug Mr Yano following the president, I mean, I don't know we had four minutes with the president. But following that We talk about what we conducive And it's very important again before I knew that the president was going to be on this program today. I said, I have to tell my audience what we can do. So I will say it right now, just to prep you, and then we'll In our second segment, you can hear my breathless conversation with the president of states, but Yesterday. I was very discouraged. I said, I have seen enough evidence that at the very least, warrants investigation. In other words, I don't care who you are. I don't care if you despise Trump. Forget about that. The question is, was this election stolen? I don't know if Biden was behind it. I don't know who was behind it. The point is, there's enough evidence. To suggest strongly that this election was stolen. If that's the case, Ladies and gentlemen, that's the end of democracy. Ever like It's over. You don't you don't come back from something that monstrous now maybe I'm not going to go into the details on that now, but I'm just going to tell you as far as I'm concerned, every single American should care whether the election was stolen. It does not matter. Who you voted for. It doesn't matter if you hate Trump If you steal an election in this way, if you forth the will of the American people in this way. It is the end of America. There is no American president ever again. It is a fraud. If if if you do not have democracy, and if the people cannot speak in an election, so everyone should care about this and I would say. At the.

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"colonel doug" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"colonel doug" Discussed on KCRW

"Students here have been doing for 175 years. Taking their first steps to becoming officers in the United States. Navy left right Right now I'm standing in an area about the size of three basketball courts. There are so many students. It's pretty jarring to see this many people in one place. These were the first year students who have been heavily quarantined for two weeks. So even though it's blazing heat right now, They seem happy to be outside. These exercises are a part of pleads summer an intensive crash course to prepare first year students for the transition to military life. They learn how to salute and march in time, as well as lots of new lingo. Floors are called Dex. Toilets are called heads and the students are midshipman. But this year, please summer took on a whole new importance. A chance to quarantine these students in small groups. The attitude is way have we do not have a choice? We must make this work. Andrew Phillips is the academic dean and provost of the United States. Naval Academy classes officially began this week in an online format, but Philip says they'll build their way back to in person classes as quickly as possible. We're not going to take a year to figure that out, we're going to take about a month. And it's not just Annapolis at the Army's West Point campus in New York State and the Air Force Academy outside Colorado Springs, educators and students are for the most part, settling back into their daily routines. A group of scientists and mathematicians at the Air Force Academy helped make it happen there called the pandemic math team, so there are about 10 of us you have a background in either microbiology, molecular Biology biology, so all kind of people who like small things Major Aaron Almond is an assistant professor of biology at the Air Force Academy. We're sitting around like we could do this, like this is not a technically hard thing to do to actually try and screen people for this virus. Almond and her colleagues on the math team shared their findings and recommendations with the other service academies. Colonel Doug Wickard oversaw the process. He says the team's crowning achievement was the fizzle equation. So the fizzle equation actually tells us how much testing how much surveillance testing we have to do. To make sure that any potential outbreak actually fizzles before it starts for the air Force. That means testing 15% of military staff and students weekly or about 750 tests a week. Wickard says the academies are in a better position than other universities weaken dude the testing in a matter of hours, as opposed to having to send results off and wait for a couple of days. The Air Force Academy was the first service academy to have all of its students back on campus. And so far, officials have said, there's no community spread at West Point. About 60 miles up the Hudson River from New York City cadets have been arriving in waves, Everything planned with military precision. You know, we had their arrival day and even their arrival times plan so that those cohorts would be built from the very beginning. Brigadier General Curtis Buzzard, West Point's commandant says virtually every step was mapped out in those 1st 2 weeks. Certain companies use certain stairwell, certain hallways, certain bathrooms. West point is in many ways made for quarantine. There's a grocery store and elementary school and full neighborhoods for teachers and faculty inside its gates. Cadet Evan Walker says she feels safer here than she did back home in Houston. People were just acting like there was nothing wrong and refused to wear master didn't want to stay at home, which was kind of frustrating. To me, Honestly and so, being here, I appreciate it here in Annapolis, all students should be out of quarantine by next.

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"colonel doug" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"colonel doug" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Right Right now I'm standing in an area about the size of three basketball courts. There are so many students, it's pretty jarring to see this many people in one place. These were the first year students who have been heavily quarantined for two weeks. So even though it's blazing heat right now, They seem happy to be outside. The's exercises are part of pleads summer an intensive crash course to prepare first year students for the transition to military life. They learn how to salute and march in time, as well as lots of new lingo. Floors are called Dex Toilets are called heads. And the students are midshipman. But this year, please. Summer took on a whole new importance. A chance to quarantine these students in small groups. The attitude is way have we do not have a choice? We must make this work. Andrew Phillips is the academic dean and provost of the United States. Naval Academy classes officially began this week in an online format, but Philip says they'll build their way back to in person classes as quickly as possible. We're not going to take a year to figure that out, we're going to take about a month. And it's not just Annapolis at the Army's West Point campus in New York State and the Air Force Academy outside Colorado Springs, educators and students are for the most part, settling back into their daily routines. A group of scientists and mathematicians at the Air Force Academy helped make it happen there called the pandemic math team, so there are about 10 of us you have a background in either microbiology, molecular Biology biology, so all kind of people who like small things Major Aaron Almond is an assistant professor of biology at the Air Force Academy. We're sitting around like we could do this, like this is not a technically hard thing to do to actually try and screen people for this virus. Moment, and her colleagues on the math team shed their findings and recommendations with the other service academies. Colonel Doug Wicker oversaw the process. He says the team's crowning achievement was The fizzle equation. So the fizzle equation actually tells us how much testing how much surveillance testing we have to do to make sure that any potential outbreak actually fizzles before it starts. For the air Force. That means testing 15% of military staff and students weekly, or about 750 tests a week. Wickard says the academies are in a better position than other universities. We can do the testing in a matter of hours, as opposed to having to send results often wait for a couple of days. The Air Force Academy was the first service academy to have all of its students back on campus. And so far, officials have said there's no community spread at West Point about 60 miles up the Hudson River from New York City. Cadets have been arriving in waves, Everything planned with military precision. You know, we had their arrival day and even their arrival times plan so that those cohorts would be built from the very beginning. Brigadier General Curtis Buzzard, West Point's commandant says virtually every step was mapped out in those 1st 2 weeks. Certain companies use certain stairwell. Certain hallways. Certain bathrooms. West point is in many ways made for quarantine. There's a grocery store and elementary school and full neighborhoods for teachers and faculty inside its gates could at Evan Walker says she feels safer here than she did back home in Houston. People were just acting like there was nothing wrong. And refused to wear Master didn't want to stay at home, which was kind of fresh re to me, Honestly and so, being here, I appreciate it here in Annapolis, all students should be out of quarantine by next week. Since.

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"colonel doug" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"colonel doug" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Right now I'm standing in an area about the size of three basketball courts. There are so many students. It's pretty jarring to see this many people in one place. These were the first year students who have been heavily quarantined for two weeks. So even though it's blazing heat right now, They seem happy to be outside. The's exercises are part of pleads summer an intensive crash course to prepare first year students for the transition to military life. They learn how to salute and march in time, as well as lots of new lingo. Floors are called Dex. Toilets are called heads and the students are midshipman. But this year, please summer took on a whole new importance. A chance to quarantine these students in small groups. The attitude is way have we do not have a choice? We must make this work. Andrew Phillips is the academic dean and provost of the United States. Naval Academy classes officially began this week in an online format, but Philip says they'll build their way back to in person classes as quickly as possible. We're not going to take a year to figure that out, we're going to take about a month. And it's not just Annapolis at the Army's West Point campus in New York State and the Air Force Academy outside Colorado Springs, educators and students are for the most part, settling back into their daily routines. A group of scientists and mathematicians at the Air Force Academy helped make it happen there called the pandemic math team, so there are about 10 of us you have a background in either microbiology, molecular Biology biology, so all kind of people who like small things Major Aaron Almond is an assistant professor of biology at the Air Force Academy. We're sitting around like we could do this, like this is not a technically hard thing to do to actually try and screen people for this virus. Ailment, and her colleagues on the math team shared their findings and recommendations with the other service academies. Colonel Doug Wickard oversaw the process. He says the team's crowning achievement was The fizzle equation. So the fizzle equation actually tells us how much testing how much surveillance testing we have to do to make sure that any potential outbreak actually fizzles before it starts. For the air Force. That means testing 15% of military staff and students weekly or about 750 tests a week. Wickard says the academies are in a better position than other universities weaken dude the testing in a matter of hours, as opposed to having to send results off and wait for a couple of days. The Air Force Academy was the first service academy to have all of its students back on campus. And so far, officials have said there's no community spread at West Point about 60 miles up the Hudson River from New York City. Cadets have been arriving in waves, Everything planned with military precision. You know, we had their arrival day and even their arrival times plan so that those cohorts would be built from the very beginning. Brigadier General Curtis Buzzard, West Point's commandant says virtually every step was mapped out in those 1st 2 weeks. Certain companies use certain stairwell, certain hallways, certain bathrooms. West point is in many ways made for quarantine. There's a grocery store and elementary school and full neighborhoods for teachers and faculty inside its gates. Cadet Evan Walker says she feels safer here than she did back home in Houston. People were just acting like there was nothing wrong and refused to wear master didn't want to stay at home, which was kind of frustrating. Me honestly and so being here, I appreciate it here in Annapolis, all students should be out of quarantine by next week. Since.

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"colonel doug" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"colonel doug" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Offering inspiration and information about what what works in K through 12. Education edge it topia dot It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noelle King and I'm Steve Inskeep a few weeks ago to astronauts lifted off from U. S soil. Two, But here goes thank God speed. Bob and Doug were on a space X rocket. It's the first time a private companies carried astronauts into full orbit. Colonel Doug Hurley and Colonel Bob Lincoln are now on the international space station, which is where we connected with him last week. How's the view? When we get a chance to look at the window, it's spectacular. I can't begin to describe some of the sites that you get to see the sun rises. The sun sets. If you sat in the couple of for 45 minutes, and you had a rough day, it would immediately wash it all away. It's just a incredible view of our planet that we have from here. How is going into space now? Different than it was half a century ago. If you go back to the earlier missions, the Apollo timeframe the team on the ground did quite a bit of manual computation toe ensure that the subtle burns that needed to happen with the engines on board the vehicle to end up at the right landing site. We have the luxury of having much of that all on board our vehicle, and so it was ableto. Get all the way to space station pretty much by itself, and we monitor to make sure that that was happening safely. So you're in much more of a self driving car. Is that a fair analogy? We're in a self driving car with a lot of capability to make sure that we agree with what it's decided to do. What did it mean for you that you went up in a privately owned spacecraft? You know, From a personal standpoint, thie opportunity to work on a brand new vehicle and fly on the first test flight of a brand new vehicle was just something that comes along once in a generation. So You know when we were offered the opportunity to participate? Obviously, we wouldn't say now. Do you talk among yourselves about what? The possibilities might be 10 or 20 years from now because of some of the work you're doing now. I think we talk amongst ourselves in terms of what the possibilities might even be next year or three years from now. Way look. Att tthe e re use that Space X has done with the First age rockets that they have. It's opened up the door for, you know missions to be launched. That would be prohibitively expensive. If you were to use another method for getting the vehicle into space. As the cost goes down, then really, those opportunities will open up for other folks. Tio fly on those vehicles. I think you'll still need somebody trained. To go with him and much like if you were to go scuba diving, you know you could be trained and go. But you want to go with somebody who's got some skills and some experience, Gentlemen. Final question. Do you get a chance to follow the news from home? And does it feel different from the distance that you're at to be following it? It's tough to see the world kind of in the state. It's in right now. From here. It's difficult to see the challenges that where there were facing with the with the strife in the cities and with the Pandemic. And then just by virtue of being able to look out the window. You see the world with no borders up here, and that does resonate with you. And then hopefully that message. Khun, get back down to Earth that You know? We need to be able to work together for the common good and not work against each other and argue all the time over things that shouldn't be argued about Colonel Hurley in Colonel Banchan. Thank you very much, gentlemen. Thank you. Down to Earth was with Joe now and a look at the Richmond San Rafael Bridge. The two biggest slowdowns or read bridges there. Westbound Richmond Bridge approach is backed up for miles all the way back from harbor to the tolls. Bitchin, then your OK on this span. This is a ripple from.

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"colonel doug" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"colonel doug" Discussed on KCRW

"Edition from NPR News. I'm Noelle King. And I'm Steve Inskeep a few weeks ago to astronauts lifted off from U. S soil. Three. Two but got feet. Bob and Doug were on a space X rocket. It's the first time a private company is carried astronauts into full orbit. Colonel Doug Hurley and Colonel Bob Lincoln are now on the international space station, which is where we connected with him last week. How's the view? When we get a chance to look at the window, it's spectacular. I can't begin to describe some of the sites that you get to see the sun rises. The sun sets. If you sat in the couple of for 45 minutes, and you had a rough day, it would immediately wash it all away. It's just a incredible view of our planet that we have from here. How is going into space now? Different than it was half a century ago. If you go back to the earlier missions, the Apollo timeframe the team on the ground did quite a bit of manual computation toe ensure that The subtle burns that needed to happen with the engines on board the vehicle to end up at the right landing site. We have the luxury of having much of that all on board our vehicle, and so it was ableto. Get all the way to space station pretty much by itself, and we monitor to make sure that that was happening safely. So you're in much more of a self driving car. Is that a fair analogy? We're in a self driving car with a lot of capability to make sure that we agree with what it's decided to do. What did it mean for you that you went up in a privately owned spacecraft. You know, From a personal standpoint, the opportunity to work on a brand new vehicle and fly on the first test flight of a brand new vehicle was just something that comes along once in a generation. So You know when we were offered the opportunity to participate? Obviously, we wouldn't say now. Do you talk among yourselves about what? The possibilities might be 10 or 20 years from now because of some of the work you're doing now. I think we talk amongst ourselves in terms of what the possibilities might even be next year or three years from now we we look. ATT tthe e re use that Space X is done with the First age rockets that they have. It's opened up the door for, you know missions to be launched. That would be prohibitively expensive. If you were to use another method for getting the vehicle into space. As the cost goes down, then you know, really, those opportunities will open up for other folks to Ah, fly on those vehicles. I think you'll still need somebody trained. To go with him and much like if you were to go scuba diving, you know you could be trained and go. But you want to go with somebody who's got some skills and some experience, Gentlemen. Final question. Do you get a chance to follow the news from home? And does it feel different from the distance that you're at to be following it? It's tough to see the world kind of in the state. It's in right now from here. It's difficult to see the challenges that we're that we're facing with the with the strife in the cities and with the pandemic. And then just by virtue of being able to look out the window. You see the world with no borders up here, and that does resonate with you. And then hopefully that message. Khun, get back down to Earth that You know? We need to be able to work together for the common good and not work against each other and argue all the time over things that shouldn't be argued about Colonel Hurley and Colonel Banchan. Thank you very much,.

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"colonel doug" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"colonel doug" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"God feed five Bob and Doug were on a space X rocket. It's the first time a private company is carried astronauts into full orbit. Colonel Doug Hurley and Colonel Bob Lincoln are now on the international space station, which is where we connected with him last week. How's the view? When we get a chance to look at the window, it's spectacular. I can't begin to describe some of the sites that you get to see the sun rises. The sun sets. If you sat in the couple of for 45 minutes, and you had a rough day, it would immediately washing all away. It's just a incredible view of our planet that we have from here. How is going into space now? Different than it was half a century ago. If you go back to the earlier missions, the Apollo timeframe the team on the ground did quite a bit of manual computation toe ensure that the subtle burns that needed to happen with the engines on board the vehicle to end up at the right landing site. We have the luxury of having much of that all on board our vehicle, and so it was ableto. Get all the way to space station pretty much by itself, and we monitor to make sure that that was happening safely. So you're in much more of a self driving car. Is that a fair analogy? We're in a self driving car with a lot of capability to make sure that we agree with what it's decided to do. What did it mean for you that you went up in a privately owned spacecraft. You know, From a personal standpoint, the opportunity to work on a brand new vehicle and fly on the first test flight of a brand new vehicle was just something that comes along once in a generation. So You know when we were offered the opportunity to participate? Obviously, we wouldn't say now. Do you talk among yourselves about what? The possibilities might be 10 or 20 years from now because of some of the work you're doing now. I think we talk amongst ourselves in terms of what the possibilities might even be next year or three years from now we we look. ATT tthe e re use that Space X is done with the First age rockets that they have. It's opened up the door for, you know missions to be launched. That would be prohibitively expensive if you were to use another method for getting the vehicle into space. As the cost goes down, then really, those opportunities will open up for other folks to Ah, fly on those vehicles. I think you'll still need somebody trained to go with him and much like If you were to go scuba diving, you know you could be trained and go. But you want to go with somebody who's got some skills and some experience, Gentlemen. Final question. Do you get a chance to follow the news from home and does it feel different from the distance that you're at to be following it? It's tough to see the world kind of in the state. It's in right now from here. It's difficult to see the challenges that where that we're facing, with the with the strife in the cities and with the pandemic. And then just by virtue of being able to look out the window. You see the world with no borders up here, and that does resonate with you. And then hopefully that message. Khun, get back down to Earth that You know? We need to be able to work together for the common good and not work against each other and argue all the time over things that shouldn't be argued about Colonel Hurley and Colonel Banchan. Thank you very much, gentlemen. Thank you. This is NPR news. This is morning edition on W N. Y C coming up. California was quick to issue a stay at home orders, but now it's dealing with a resurgence of covert 19. California's hot spot at the moment is certainly Los Angeles County with the large percentage of the deaths on cases in the state moron how California went from Corona Virus success story to cautionary tale that's coming up in about 15 minutes. Stay with us. And it's been ah, beautiful few days with some of those late afternoon thunderstorms will have a chance of those today under sunny skies well, not under sunny skies, but mostly Sonny's guys for.

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"colonel doug" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"colonel doug" Discussed on KGO 810

"On this historic launch will see airforce colonel Bob bank in the marine corps colonel Doug Hurley moving off to the international space station that hopeful launch takes place as I mention on may the twenty seventh four thirty two PM eastern daylight time from the famous launch pad thirty nine A. in astronomy George the demise of combat Abalos comma the socially known as C. twenty nineteen Y. for its moving on what we call a death dive toward the sun just like you and I talked years ago remember comment ice on similar thing some five fragments of broken off the nucleus of this common common atlas was getting astronomers and everybody in the world loves this guy excited because it was brightening and unfortunately it probably can't take the solar heat but there's another common George is common on those comments one officially known as C. twenty twenty Efate it'll be frightening and I'll be updating everybody in weeks to come on that we wrap it up with the live sky George tonight tomorrow morning and early Wednesday morning because of the knights of the Lyrid meteor shower look high up into the northeast guy probably now up until dawn just above the bright star Vega if you're lucky and have dark skies with clear skies you'll be able to see ten to fifteen of the shooting stars amazing beginning of a whole new series of meteor showers doctors guy reminds everyone simply always remember to keep your eyes to the skies we recommend of course this guy live dot com and with these guys out of work and George it's amazing because this could be a nice remedy don't you think for covert isolation getting out in the open field how to your balcony and some fresh air take a look at this latest Solomon I'm your navigator on the highway to the heavens I appreciate being here George thank you thank you Dr sky we appreciate you up next doctor Michael solid back with us his latest work rise of the red dragon origins and the threat of China's secret space program that's next you know about CBD right well in these difficult times a news reports about CBD sales are soaring so to learn how CBD.

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"colonel doug" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:35 min | 2 years ago

"colonel doug" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Reaching vital health information let's check in with Lauren Weinstein our expert on the internet well it sure is being used a lot more in is there's no doubt about that yeah and in some parts of the world but this isn't in the news countries that have comparatively limited internet infrastructures especially where they have centralized control I have been imposing all kinds of internet shutdowns usually this is the role for public for political reasons they they they don't want their illusions of talking to people outside the country they don't want them accessing information from outside the country that the leadership can't can't control but in a situation like this global pandemic this becomes a big dramatic question of life or death because people have to have ways to get to get the good information and many of these countries are not good sources of accurate information about something like this that's so new and if people can't get good information on what they should be doing and what the appropriate healthcare activities are and and you know all these kind of the obvious things that people would be looking for it's going to put it it puts people at risk now there has actually been some lifting of some of these restrictions in a in a few cases but the both of them are still in place and likely something like this it is much less practical to do for the United States among other reasons because a lot of those sources of accurate information are here to start with so it's you know we're we're not in a situation where where we're mainly looking outside the US but we also have a much more decentralized internet system there are certainly chill points that we've talked about in the past but it's harder to visualize how you would shut down the internet here in the in the fashion that's done in these other countries were really what they're trying to do is they're trying to isolate people there to to only be able to use sources inside those countries also in many in many countries around the world the primary way that people access the internet is with their smartphones or other feature phones and so that means that to church to shut off the internet often that means also shutting down or limiting cellular service in various ways and there's all kinds of obvious negative impacts of that as well and when things get back to normal people going to be used to what they're doing right now and that is social distancing just using their smartphone shopping online not going to stores you know there's there's no historical precedent that's right I mean nothing like this has ever happened in the internet age so it's difficult to to you know really know what's going to happen my guess is that things will gradually get back to something approaching normal but normal will will not be exactly like it was before and it's probably gonna take considerable time for that to happen certainly we have seen where some of the limiting factors are in the internet the internet has held up pretty well through all this but one thing that's been happening that I've been noticing that people have been mentioning to me is that people for example on cable systems to get their internet from cable are finding that their upstream speeds those speeds back much lower much lower are slowing way way down and the reason for that is that those networks of cable networks were were designed mostly for lots of data coming toward the users to watch movies and then look at web pages of that because it wasn't for a lot of data going out and when you're doing video conferencing and video calls it's much more of an equal amount of data because of the bad with the both directions and the network just weren't engineered for that so there's going to be interesting thinking going on as to how to deal with that if we assume and and it's it's very likely to happen the video conferencing as and similar systems like that are going to be seeing much more usage going forward thanks for the comments Lauren Weinstein our expert on the internet last Friday during open lines got a call from one of our listeners who said he saw a string of you opposed it know what the heck it was then another call the caller called in and said it's E. long musk satellites so we did some checking and found out by the way that now over Britain over that area they were spotting a UFO like lights racing through the night sky aliens were to blame for the lights instead the satellites are from Ilan mosque starlink fleet they form a constellation of thousands of satellites and are designed to provide low cost broadband internet service from low earth orbit how about that speaking of things in the sky let's check in with doctor sky Steven Cates I Stephen over Georgia and while you're right the starlink launch again will happen this week George with another cluster of sixty satellites and they're kind of photobombing so many of the astronomers photographs but George we actually continue with space the first manned launch to the international space station from the U. S. and some ten years may happen around may the twenty seventh but this time not on the NASA rocket but once again the SpaceX falcon nine topped off by this amazing dragon capsule and this is important this will hopefully lower the launch per seat imagine George paying this about twenty one point three million dollars per seat back in two thousand and six and it's gone sky high astronomical up to eighty two million dollars per season twenty fifteen and that's because the U. S. has been depending of course on Russian rockets to get this place on this historic launch will see airforce colonel Bob Franken and marine corps colonel Doug Hurley moving up to the international space station that hopeful launch takes place as I mentioned may the twenty seventh four thirty two PM eastern daylight time from the famous launch pad thirty nine A. in astronomy juror the demise of combat Abalos comma the visually known as C. twenty nineteen Y. for its moving on what we call a death dive toward the sun just like you and I talked years ago remember comment ice on similar thing some five fragments of broken off the nucleus of this common common atlas was getting astronomers and everybody in the world loves this guy excited because it was brightening and unfortunately it probably can't take the solar heat but there's another common George's comment notice comments one officially known as C. twenty twenty Efate it'll be frightening and I'll be updating everybody in weeks to come on that we wrap it up with the live sky George tonight tomorrow morning and early Wednesday morning because of the knights of the light red meteor shower look high up into the northeast guy probably now up until dawn just above the bright star Vega if you're lucky and have dark skies with clear skies you'll be able to see ten to fifteen of the shooting stars amazing beginning of a whole new series of meteor showers doctors guy reminds everyone simply always remember to keep your eyes to the skies we recommend of course this guy live dot com and with these guys out of work and George it's amazing because this could be a nice remedy don't you think for covert isolation getting out in the open field how to your balcony and some pressure take a look at this latest tournament I'm your navigator on the highway to the heavens I appreciate being here George thank you thank you Dr sky we appreciate you up next doctor Michael solid back with us his latest work rise of the red dragon origins of the threat of China's secret space program that's next you don't want C. B. D. right well in these difficult times a news reports about CBD sales are soaring so to learn how CBD might.

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"colonel doug" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"colonel doug" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"In two thousand and six and it's gone sky high astronomical up to eighty two million dollars per season twenty fifteen and that's because the U. S. has been depending of course on Russian rockets to get this please on this historic launch will see airforce colonel Bob bank in the marine corps colonel Doug crudely moving up to the international space station that hopeful launch takes place as I mention on may the twenty seventh four thirty two PM eastern daylight time from the famous launch pad thirty nine A. in astronomy George the demise of common apple of combat the socially known as C. twenty nineteen wife for it's moving on what we call a death dive toward the sun just like you and I talked years ago remember comet ison similar thing some five fragments of broken off the nucleus of this common common atlas was getting astronomers of everybody in the world loves this guy excited because it was brightening and unfortunately it probably can't take the solar heat but there's another common George was common on those comments one officially known as C. twenty twenty Efate it'll be brightening and I'll be updating everybody in weeks to come on that we wrap it up with the live sky George tonight tomorrow morning and early Wednesday morning because of the knights of the light Rick meteor shower look high up into the northeast guy probably now up until dawn just above the bright star Vega if you're lucky and have dark skies with clear skies you'll be able to see ten to fifteen of the shooting stars amazing beginning of a whole new series of meteor showers doctors guy reminds everyone simply always remember to keep your eyes to the skies we recommend of course this guy live dot com and with these guys out of work and George it's amazing because this could be a nice remedy don't you think for covert isolation getting out in the open field the Patty or a balcony and some pressure take a look at this latest development I'm your navigator on the highway to the heavens I appreciate being here George thank you thank you Dr sky we appreciate you up next doctor Michael solid back with us his latest work rise of the red dragon origins and the threat of China's secret space program that's next you know about CBD right well in these difficult times a news reports about CBD sales are soaring so to learn how CBD.

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"colonel doug" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"colonel doug" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"A mom of eight to ten meals, welding, hammers and iron bars descended upon bystanders at the east Bank, light rail station injuring several to police. The incident was apparently reported to nine one one just before ten pm on Friday. A nine forty eight PM Facebook post on the second precinct Minneapolis Crimewatch Bauge said that the university of Minnesota police were requesting assistance from the Minneapolis. Police in metro transit police for group of eight to ten miles chasing people with hammers and that some people were injured a Facebook post a minute later on the Minneapolis. Scanner page said that three police departments were responded to multiple nine one one calls about ten to twelve Somali, teen males armed with hammers chasing people also list several injured reports after doing a little research. I discovered that all the attackers were of Somali descent, and all were ages twelve to fifteen years old, as a sixty one year old man, I find that disturbing as a self defense pistol instructor, I follow crime trends in America very closely. And I can tell you that young people are becoming more and more violent and they are willing to attack grown adults on a regular basis. According to the FBI crime stats the person most likely to attack you is a male between the ages of fifteen and thirty four it appears that age is going down when teens travel in packs something called mob, mentality kicks in teens feel stronger and less inhibited. It's a bit like a drug where teams are willing to do things. They wouldn't otherwise think of what does this mean to us older folks, one older adults can no longer expect to be treated with kindness and respect by many of the younger generation you and I were raised to respect. Our elders older, people were to be revered and honored simply by virtue of our life, experiences, and our wisdom, this is no longer the case to older. Adults are now being singled out as victims as easy targets to be preyed upon. Let's face it. We are no longer a strong and fast as we used to be. We can't fight them physically as well as we used to three we've come to the place in American life where older adults are not safe on the streets. Stay off the streets, especially at night and travel with friends. Whenever possible always maintain a heightened state of awareness and stay out of high crime neighborhoods. And for the police cannot always be there to protect you. Many of my concealed carry students are in their sixties seventies and even eighties. Just because you're older doesn't mean you have to roll over and die at the hands of criminals. I highly suggest you develop a personal protection plan that works for you consider getting trained and armed with a pistol. If you still have decent eyesight in the strength of pull the trigger, then you don't have to be a victim, if you don't want to carry a gun, then consider pepper spray or a taser, just make sure to research, the laws of your jurisdiction before doing so, but here's the bottom line, this problem is getting worse. And with the breakdown of the family unit the moral fabric of our nation will continue to decline, but you don't have to let yourself be victim. Stand up and fight back. Our movie the month is the day after peace, please go to frontline to freedoms website. Go to the blog and get the link. You can watch it for free. We'll be reviewing at the end of the month and would really appreciate receiving your input. Also book giveaway for this week is a signed copy of skip Korea's latest book concealed carry for Christians to get in on the drain Senate. He built to Denny at frontlines of freedom dot com input concealed carry for Christians in the subject line. Next weekend, frontlines of freedom. We'll be discussing the future plans of several great like minded organizations, Nate Anderson, the senior director of concern veterans for America. Also, captain, Joe Johns from combat veterans for congress. Then retired Colonel Doug must Riano with a uniform services league. And then Paula Lieberman from the friends of the idea will tell us about her trip to.

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"colonel doug" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"colonel doug" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"And I hope you really enjoy your stay and also in my phone goes. And I look include text me, and she goes, well my chopped liver. I did not even know that. She's the Colonel Doug to kaitlin. We just really wanted to say. Thank you. And you know, they're they're being very sweet. But I was just we both laughing so hard because like cool. Thanks, Lori and of our break three and a half hour. I don't know his name. But it was so funny. And then we get home. We're still laughing. We're getting our luggage. But we're trying to seem rude because really we're just overtired and giggling, and then we get in the hotel, and we're still laughing. Yep. And we get to our room K your reservation for dinners at eight, and then we get to dinner, and it is the cutest place. It's what's called Blackbird Blackbird. It's at the hotel, the hotel Ingore you read a bowl it what I liked about. It. It seemed like it should be a really big restaurant. But it's not it's so quaint and almost whiskey bars. Yeah. It was just so quaint and cute and like stylish industry. It was sexy. It was felt like Italy, the food was incredible anyways, our servers everybody, you know, that California. They'd like if you're in the outskirts, California, everybody's like kind of server vibes, which we love and our servers amazing. He's so cute. He's so funny. And he's young so polite, and he's high fiving us, and he he people tonight really thought we were sisters. Okay. So to people in Maine. Breaking the. No. Sisters, and we're okay, go is it because you're in the same shoes. Probably same shoes him here do in both really tired. Yeah. So I get it. But the server, you know, he's very surfer vibes, and he had this long hair. And he goes will I feel like your brother? And then I was like I love this guy. And so we all high five we decided we were family and the night just started off on a great foot. So we ordered all this food. And then we had this other server that kept coming buying kept conveys is really cute like the cutest little most beautiful smile, according to Cleo and dreamy. I was like oh my gosh. Cleo, you and him like he's like flirting with you. Oh, yeah. He one hundred percent way includes like, I know and clear goes member when I felt like chopped liver goes yes day. Humble caitlyn? This is what it fielding humble, okay? It's my it's my turn. It's my time to shine and clues, you know, getting a little cocky and everything twenty. Eight years old is twenty one just turned twenty one in November nickel take it. And I was like oh my gosh. Every time he lives over whole night. He would not make eye contact with me. He was only looking at Cleo. He kept talking or he's telling her about these hikes. And he's like, oh any comes back. You'd be like, oh, wait, I meant to tell you about more hikes. And he just wanted to clear on I'm gonna that's fine. I get it can't always be training star. Caitlyn? Fine. Clearly, you can have this one. You know, you're doomed tit for tat. I got the driver. You can have the server. And so and so you keep anyways. And then he's like eventually by the end of dinner, he goes..

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