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Fresh update on "commander" discussed on History Unplugged Podcast
"There was going to be one attack through Detroit and then into the what is now Ontario. It was just Canada back then. It was called upper Canada, actually. And it was part, it's the south western part of Canada, around where Ontario in that area is. So you had that attack and then you had an attack that was going to go further to the east along the Niagara river, and then even further to the east, the third prong was going to be toward Quebec. And I want to talk about what happened at Detroit. This all three of these attacks failed, but this one fails the most miserably. So the commander American commander at fort Detroit, which is on the side of what is now the city of Detroit. It was named William hall. He was about 60, 61 years old. He was a holdover from the Revolutionary War. He and his army crossed the Detroit river and entered Canada on July 12th, 1812. They occupied sandwich, which is modern day Windsor, Ontario, and there the Americans plundered local homes. So their next goal was fort Malden. But hall's advance soon began to stall. There were 200 militiamen that refused to cross into Canada, and that frequently happens. Militia were notorious for not wanting to go into other states or let alone other countries. He had hoped that a lot of Canadians would rise up and join them. There were a lot of residents of Canada who were fairly recent immigrants from the U.S., if you will. And whole supply line got threatened. He failed to take fort Malden despite his force outnumbering the Ford's defenders two to one. In order to strengthen a supply lines, he sent two forces south into Ohio, but they were beaten back by Indian warriors. And then, fearing for his army's safety and hearing that the eastern army's attack would not occur, this is the one that was supposed to go in Niagara in that region.
Jalen Hurts, DeVonta Smith and Eagles' defense dominate Commanders
"Jalen hurts through for 340 yards and three touchdowns while the eagles defense sack Carson Wentz 9 times as Philadelphia moves to three and zero on the year with a 24 8 win over the commanders Hertz had three different receivers with scoring strikes including devonta Smith who caught 8 balls for a 169 yards He says it's a good receiving core The trust that Jalen has and all the receivers It's eyeball nobody balls So just being there with him just being able to make sure that if we don't come down we didn't know about calm down with it The commanders fall to one and two and were held at just 240 yards of total offense Craig heist land over Maryland
Fresh update on "commander" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"To the hospital to the emergency room or they are in pain or they're having complications of sickle cell disease, we can quickly identify those units that are compatible with them. More blood donors of African descent are needed, she says, Christy king WTO news. Some encouraging news on the effectiveness of the monkeypox vaccine. The CDC says data collected from 32 jurisdictions suggests people who have received at least one dose of the jynneos monkeypox vaccine had a 14 times lower risk of testing positive for the virus. Officials say the early figures provide quote cautious optimism that the vaccine is working so far. But they acknowledge several limitations to the figures, including the possibility that vaccinated people are more likely to have taken other steps to reduce the risk of their infection. Authorities also say people still need to take a second dose for durable and lasting protection. Should be as news reporter Alexander tin. The commander is trying to shore up their offensive and defensive lines ahead of the Dallas game on Sunday and break out the new uniforms as well with a distinctive helmet. Rob has all that coming up for you. Chow and Jan Andre Musée that the music director of the national symphony orchestra. We love shining a spotlight on today's most captivating artists, so we don't want you to miss our nest concept Critics call her a daring dancing spectacularly virtuosic soloist. September 29th through October 1st at the Kennedy Center, witnessed star violinist alila Giuseppe's play the masterpiece that's made her the classical world's champion of modern music. The work she says turned her entire existence upside down, John Adams fiery infectious
Ukraine troops' bodies recovered in Kharkiv region
"Members of the Ukrainian National Guard are out covering the bodies of servicemen who died in battle in the northern kharkiv region over the past few months Soldiers sweep through fields not far from the border with Russia where fierce battles have raged since May the region located about 15 miles north of kharkiv was considered strategic for the Russians to attack the key city Commander of the unit since the Russians were using all the forces they could but they could not get through as a result he says we lost a lot of our servicemen Earlier this month Ukraine launched a counter offensive and near the once occupied city of ism officials have found hundreds of graves filled with bodies which they say show signs of violent death I'm Charles De Ledesma
Guest Host Grant Stinchfield Talks About Biden's '60 Minute' Speech
"I'm very proud and excited to introduce our guest host for today. Grant stinchfield. Well, thank you so much, doctor gene, is always great to be sitting in your chair, sir, and it's always a great pleasure to be along with you this afternoon. Very big show. I guess you could say it was a very big weekend, if not just looking at the 60 minutes interview that Joe Biden did with Scott pelley. And I'll tell you what Scott pelly had said this interview was like two years in the making. He'd been trying to get this interview and The White House kept putting it off and putting it off. Well, we saw why firsthand why The White House would want to put this interview off. In my mind, and I know you know that I was going to say this. But this interview was a disaster. This interview could potentially get us into World War three with China. So there are so many aspects of the bungling of the 60 minutes interview that Joe Biden managed to do. But I want to start first with what probably is the most important. Was that Joe Biden turned his back on a long-standing policy in the United States that we would have strategic ambiguity with our stance with Taiwan and China. Now, we are watching firsthand our economy collapse before our very eyes. Nothing has changed since Joe Biden has taken over as far as our reliance on China for everything. Going to war with China. I promise you, would be an absolute disaster. Now, I was fully thinking that Joe Biden is in the tank for China. So then why then would he threaten war with China if China was to invade Taiwan? And make no bones about it. Joe Biden said in no uncertain terms. That we would use military force to stop China if they were to invade Taiwan. Now, does he mean that? I mean, this is a man who calls himself presidents. The man who occupies the Oval Office, whether we like it or not, he's the guy, they call commander in chief.
Cassy Garcia: Border Towns Don't Have the Infrastructure for Illegals
"You know the issues with illegal immigration are obvious to anyone who's a rational reasonable actor here And who actually has empathy and sympathy You have border communities who just they don't have the infrastructure the housing the jobs they don't have the law enforcement capabilities to handle the issues that come along with illegal immigration You have child sex trafficking you have fentanyl you have drug trafficking They just don't have the ability to handle this And again it never became a problem until the problem was brought to Chicago New York and Martha's Vineyard You're right Your comments on that So you look at Martha's Vineyard You know they could barely handle 48 migrants for 24 hours And that's in the hundreds right The hypocrisy Imagine the hundreds of thousands that we're seeing in Texas every day I need voters to tell me Kathy I feel bad for these migrants but enough is enough We simply can't afford it And they're right It's not fair to places like Florida and Texas We're seeing the flood I see it every single day I've told you this last time we were on the show I've been up and down my district every single day hundreds of migrants are flowing across We don't have the infrastructure to house these migrants and to process And so you've got communities like the D.C. mayor who says we don't have the infrastructure excuse me with all due respect mayor we don't have the infrastructure as a long time It's not fair to the taxpayers and governor Abbott who's doing everything we can to secure our southern border So I find it just it's just talking to voters every day They're telling me Kathy what is the administration doing You know what They don't have a plan No solution and no strategy to address what is happening and the bus stops with the commander in chief and that is president Joe Biden who's done absolutely nothing nothing to secure our southern border
Joe Biden's Casual Response About Potential Nuclear Warfare
"Here he is last night This is I want to be clear because I'm going to play multiple clips where he's saying the same thing This is last night's 60 minutes I don't know when he recorded it probably earlier this week whatever But it aired last night Cut 7 Here's Biden when he's asked a very important I mean it's in the literal not figurative sense Possibly existential question about what the United States would do if China were to decide to cross the straight and invade Taiwan They are after all a nuclear country Which last time I checked like Ron burgundy is kind of a big deal So you should think long and strong about the answer you give to this question Biden apparently doesn't give any thought to it Biden just blurts out whatever he's thinking here Take a listen But would U.S. forces defend the island Yes if in fact there was an unprecedented attack after our interview of White House official told us U.S. policy has not changed Officially the U.S. will not say whether American forces would defend Taiwan But the commander in chief had a view of his own So unlike Ukraine to be clear sir U.S. forces U.S. men and women would defend Taiwan in the event of a Chinese invasion Yes You know I mean what do I know You know I'm just a lowly former police officer federal agent guy What the hell what the hell do I know
Ukraine alleges torture at village near Russian border
"In territory reclaimed from Russian forces last week Ukrainian officials are finding makeshift prisons an alleging they served as torture chambers I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Thank basement behind the local supermarket in kusa lopan This National Guard commander asked to be identified just as Vitale for security reasons helps an AP team Prisoners of the war were held here and interrogated He says more than ten torture chambers have been found in liberated areas in the harkey region And he says the Russians left behind the devices they used including electrical wires Burial sites are being excavated most notably in the city of izium where Ukrainian officials say more than 440 grapes have been found some bodies showing signs of violent deaths possibly from torture Comparing it to what the Nazis did in World War II zelensky vows to identify all who carried it out I'm Ben Thomas
Jim Jordan: Herschel Walker Is Right About Have to Address Crime
"Know, congressman, one of the things Herschel Walker said, and there were a couple of things that really brought the crowd to their feet. One he talked about this issue of how the Democrats are trying to divide us along racial lines. And he said their reality is where all the same black, white, Hispanic, it doesn't matter. We all want the same things for our families. And one of the things that really caused people to erupt with applause is he said, we want to be able to live in a peaceful community. And this crime issue that has infected our nation is insane. No, you're exactly right. The terrible situation in Memphis, the school teacher without for went out for a run in our own neighborhood. The idea then now in Maryland, you have a county that's actually under curfew because crime is so bad. And I think right here in our nation's capital, we had a Washington commander's football player who was shot when they tried to take his car and he simply out for dinner. So people get that we have went from safe street to record levels of crime in every major urban area. So it's rehearsals exactly right when he talks about that. That issue and again, the Democrats are the party that are defund the police and let people know bail that let people out, not prosecute people who do violent things. So I think the country understands that and I think it's going to be a big motivator for people on November 8th. You
Why Haven't the 9/11 Defendants in Guantanamo Been Put on Trial?
"Look at 9 11, and I say to myself, why is it taking so long to try some of these guys? And I'm thinking here specifically of Khalid Sheik Muhammad, who was the primary sort of organizer of 9 11. Now bin Laden was the sort of initiating force probably the guy who put up the money and certainly the head of the operation and then a man Al zawahiri his number two, but Khalid Sheik Muhammad was the guy who sort of pulled it off. And yet Khalid Sheik Muhammad is awaiting trial. And 9 years since charges were filed. First of all, it took almost a decade to file the charges. And now it's taken another decade. And we're not even close to having a trial. No data has been set. They keep having occasional hearings. They keep arguing about evidence, the defense keeps saying that you need to give us more information, the prosecutors appear to be an absolutely no hurry. Of course, there is the fact that some of these prisoners are still in Guantanamo. By the way, the Guantanamo population is really been thinned out at one point there were hundreds. I mean, almost 700 Islamic terrorists sometimes all the way from Khalid Sheik Muhammad to the ordinary fighters on the ground. Many of those people have been released. They're actually only 39. Now left in Guantanamo. And that itself has been a disgrace of its own. I mean, think, for example, about Obama and the Bergdahl deal, where he gets one lousy disorder, by the way, one basic Democrat. Back, this guy Bergdahl, complete loser, and exchanges Bergdahl for 5 season Taliban commanders. At least one of which is now sitting in the Taliban government in Afghanistan and really laughing his head off at the stupidity of the United States. Now, Khalid Sheik Muhammad has admitted his guilt. I did it. I'm the guy. And you would think that they would be a prompt military trial, and the guy would be like executed.
Live updates: Harry praises Elizabeth's 'grace and dignity'
"The personal statement posted on Harry and his wife Meghan's archewell website says he cherishes their times together from my earliest childhood memories with you to meeting you for the first time as my commander in chief to the first moment you met my darling wife and hug your beloved great grandchildren Harry praises her unwavering grace and dignity Harry quit as a senior royal and moved to the U.S. two years ago on Saturday he and Meghan join his brother Prince William and his wife Catherine in meeting mourners outside Windsor Castle Charles De Ledesma London
Putin attends joint military drills with China, others
"Russian president Vladimir Putin attends sweeping war games involving troops from China and other nations in our show of force amid Moscow's tensions with the west A Russian commander says fire at will as president Vladimir Putin observes It's a show of military muscle amid the tensions with the west over Moscow's action in Ukraine the weeklong exercise began Thursday and its intended to showcase growing defense ties between Russia and China and also demonstrate that Moscow has enough troops and equipment to conduct the massive drills even while its troops are engaged in military action in Ukraine China has refused to criticize Russia for sending troops into Ukraine blaming the U.S. and NATO for provoking Moscow and has blasted the punishing sanctions imposed on Russia Moscow in turn has strongly backed Beijing amid its latest tensions with the U.S. I'm Julie Walker
Dan Bongino: Last Night Was the Most Dangerous Speech by a President
"To play a clip from Dan bongino from his podcast today which you guys can check out after the show And then I want to get to the speech last night Last night was unquestionably the most dangerous speech ever given by a president of the United States in the history of the country It's not even open for debate I get it It's an opinion You're free to disagree But you're just insane if you think otherwise Never in the history the United States has a president of the United States a president not a candidate not a candidate The president of the United States stuck a bunch of marine guards which I think I'm really horrified that he did that I hold the marines in the highest of regards Outside of God and family in that order I put the marines like third I wanted to be a marine One of the greatest regrets of my life maybe the greatest was not going in the Marine Corps They are the finest warrior force in the history of humankind The fact that Joe Biden had a listen they are obeying orders They're literally obeying orders from the commander in chief The fact that he used marines behind him in this speech And let me be clear Using the military as a backdrop folks has been done by Republicans and Democrats forever A point totally 100% stipulated Not for a speech like this That's totally completely different I have no problem with Democrats I did an advance for Barack Obama and Bagram air base in Afghanistan I was the Secret Service lead They were there celebrating the military Barack Obama is a Democrat I don't like Barack Obama At this point personally or professionally But I had no problem with him celebrating the military and people behind them given the clap whatever we do that That was not last night's speech
Washington Commanders running back Brian Robinson shot in an attempted carjacking in D.C.
"And NFL player has been injured during an attempted robbery in Washington D.C. The Washington commanders confirmed that rookie running back Brian Robinson junior was shot Sunday Night the promising third round draft pick suffered non life threatening injuries during an attempted robbery or carjacking Coach Ron Rivera tweeted that he had been with Robinson at the hospital that he was in good spirits and wanted to thank everyone for their kind words prayers and support D.C. police told local affiliate NBC four the suspects tried to take Robinson junior's Dodge charger SRT hellcat upon which a scuffle ensued and the shots were fired A police spokesman said the incident occurred on the 1000 block of H street northeast a popular area for drinks and dining Police have recovered a gun and were on the lookout for two possible suspects
Six of 43 missing Mexican students were kept alive in warehouse for days - The Guardian
"Information on what might have happened to 6 missing Mexican college students I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest A Mexican official says 6 of the 43 missing college students who disappeared in Mexico in 2014 were allegedly kept alive in a warehouse for days and then turned over to the local army commander who ordered them killed Mexico's interior undersecretary Alejandra census's surprise new comet is the first time an official has directly tied the military to one of Mexico's worst human rights scandals That detail was not mentioned when the undersecretary made a lengthy defense of the commission's report that was released a week ago at that time he declared the abductions and disappearances a state crime
Analyzing the Redacted Affidavit With Article III Project's Mike Davis
"Should we expect to see in an affidavit like this? Let's take out the fact that it is president Trump, just what type of language, what type of material would normally be included in affidavit like this to a judge. What it would show that this would be very factual and it would show from, it would have hearsay, statements, it would have the statements from federal agents and it would show that it would try to lay out factual allegations that would amount to probable cause that a crime occurred. And so that's what they're looking at. They're looking at a potential violation of the espionage act. They're looking at a potential violation of a separate statute that relates to the destruction or theft of government records. And then they're looking at a third crime related to obstruction of those prior to charges and as a matter of law, this it is impossible for president Trump to have committed any of those three crimes because president Trump had the absolute constitutional authority as commander in chief to declassify anything he wanted in any manner he wanted for any reason he wanted and he didn't have to jump through any hoops or get congresses or his any bureaucrats permission to do that. So that's number one. That's a 1988 decision Department of the Navy versus Egan. There is no way that Trump as a matter of law could have violated the espionage act.
Kurt Schlicter on the Sham That Is PPP Loans
"Let me bring something else up because it's starting to tick me off. PPP loans. Designed to be forgiven. They sell an employer, we're shutting down your company. Your ability to do business because of this, this glorified cold. But we're going to give you a loan, and if you spend that money, this is part of the program. If you spend that money on payroll and keeping your people employed, keeping your company going, and you demonstrate that, we will forgive the loan. So these are loans designed to be forgiven. They're not really loans. They only become loans if you don't use them to keep your workers employed. Okay? And millions of us business owners took those PPPs and we kept people going. And I'll tell you, I'm very proud. My law firm employed and kept employed every single employee, not one of my employees lost a dime. During COVID. Me? Because I'm the employer. Hey, if somebody's got to pay, it's about to meet me. I'm going to bear the burden. If we're really successful, I'm going to get rich. But when times are tough, you know, when you're the commander, you know, you eat last, right? When I was a battalion commander, last few people got food on their plates. Commands are in major and me, and we were jostling to be last.
Uvalde school board fires police chief after mass shooting
"Ivaldi's embattled school police chief has been fired I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest The authority school districts embattled police chief has been fired following allegations that he made several critical mistakes during a mass shooting that left 19 students and two teachers dead the district's board of trustees voted to dismiss chief Pete arradondo who has faced criticism since the May 24th massacre at rob elementary school in a valdi Texas officers armed with rifles waited in a school hallway for more than an hour while the gunman carried out the shooting a redondo has tried to defend his actions telling a Texas House committee that he did not consider himself to be the incident commander in the scene State police in a damning investigative report in July had criticized the police chief for failing to take charge of the scene not breaching the classroom sooner and wasting time by
Sebastian Reflects on the Presidential Clearance System
"Served in the Trump White House as deputy assistant to the president for strategy. As a result of that political commission, yes, that is what we were called politically commissioned officers of the president. I had to go undergo a background investigation. And acquire a top secret SCI, clearance. The clearance system in America, it's different in other countries. Has a very specific genesis and purpose. The intelligence communities, the 17 big agencies, there are many, many other small ones inside various departments and armed services, but the 17 American federal intelligence agencies serve one person in government. Their job is to provide intelligence, raw, or finished intelligence, to help the president of the United States make national security and foreign policy decisions. That is the only reason they exist. In fact, the whole classification system for documents for clearances exists for the president. It doesn't serve the chairman of the joint chiefs. It is not subordinate to the Speaker of the House or the vice president. It serves the president. That is why, for example, the president can give a clearance to anyone he wishes to, likewise he can strip only he can strip a clearance from anybody he wants to. If he wants to give his best buddy from high school a top secret SCI, code word, SAP program clearance, he can. He can just click his fingers and make it happen, because this system works for him. It is predicated, it exists to serve him in protecting America as the commander in chief. Likewise, should he wish to strip someone in federal government in the executive as the chief executive, he can strip them instantly. So the idea that a president or former president is a misusing classified information is impossible. He could wrap his fish in chips in classified information. If he wanted to, he could declassify in theory every single classified document or piece of information in U.S. government, who caused chaos, but he has the power to do so.
Israel and Gaza militants exchange fire after deadly strikes
"Tensions between Israel and Gaza militants are in their second day Saturday Israeli air strikes flattened homes in Gaza and rocket barrages into southern Israel persisted raising fears of an escalation in a conflict that has killed at least 15 people The fighting began with Israel's killing of a senior commander of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad militant group in a wave of strikes Friday that Israel said were meant to prevent an imminent attack So far Hamas appeared to stay on the sidelines of the conflict whether it continues to stay out of the fight likely depends in part on how much punishment is real inflicts in Gaza I'm Julie Walker
"commander" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"You mentioned that this was a U.S. Congress doing the investigation here. That seems not normal, right? We're used to. No. We're used to teams being investigated within the NFL or even in the world of sports, remind us why Congress is involved here. Well, first of all, the NFL did their own investigation of Washington's workplace culture. That concluded last summer on July 1st, they announced a $10 million fine in that owner dance Snyder would be stepping away from day to day duties. Well, we move ahead to October and then emails that were part of that investigation came out and that was about what Jon Gruden had said in some of those emails which eventually cost him his job with the Las Vegas Raiders as the head coach. And with this, there were a lot of the women who were interviewed as part of the initial investigation, wanted this report to be released publicly, but as people probably well know, there was no written report. It was a verbal report given from attorney Beth Wilkinson to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. But the women, again, wanted this released publicly so at that point, Congress starts to get involved to investigate why wasn't it released publicly? What was going on? What are the other documents say if this, if they have these emails implicating John Gruden saying what consider racist and misogynistic comments, what else was in there that they have? So they wanted to get the documents from the NFL and the team. And then, you know, a lot of members of Congress got involved for different reasons, what they hope to get out of this, I should say, some wanted to, you know, you want to work, they wanted to look into workplace culture. Could this lead to legislation about how workplace culture or workplaces should be conducted, et cetera. So that's what started all of this. Members of Congress have said every time they speak to a witness, they learn something new, meaning they may be bringing in these women or other employees to discuss the allegations of a toxic workplace environment, but in the end it has the masking questions about other things. As it stands, the result is that they initially were investigating this toxic workplace culture and now they have in speaking to employees happen upon this story of financial impropriety. So let's start with who is bringing these allegations of financial wrongdoing to light. It's Jason Friedman, and he worked for the organization for 24 years, 8 months. He started when Jack can cook on the team and he continued to after Dan Snyder was bought the team in 1999 and he was fired in October 2020 by new team president Jason Wright, who had taken over two months earlier. And Jason Friedman was a senior executive in the ticket sales office and he had tattoos commemorating the team on him. So he was a longtime die hard employee of this franchise. So Friedman met with members of the U.S. House oversight committee as part of that initial investigation into the workplace culture. But he adds new allegations to the mix about the team's finances. Now given his title and his long tenure with the franchise, it seems reasonable that he would know what was going on with the team's books, right? Yes, and I think what they would say is to a point because the one thing that the team spelled out in its rebuttal was, he did not work in the accounting or finance department. So while he knew what was going on in the ticket side, he wasn't always privy to meetings and discussions that were being held on the other side. And it's important to note that he was based at their stadium, which is in land over Maryland and in the letter, they said that the financing and accounting offices were at their Ashburn Virginia facility. So he wasn't always over there. So that's why it's safe and their eyes, he was only privy to stuff to a point, but yes, he would have certain a lot of knowledge about what was going on with the tickets because that was his domain. Yeah, vice president of sales and customer service tells the committee that there were multiple financial proprieties. Can you sort of give us the details on those? Yeah, well, let's start with the security deposits. And in there, he alleged that they made it hard for customers to get their refunds that they created extra hurdles that the customer may have to go through to get refunds on security deposits placed in the seats. Now, I think it was around 99, it was shortly after Snyder to go whether they stopped charging those security deposits on like club level seats, et cetera. So it really only talking a few years where people put down those deposits. And what would happen is, unless the customer requested it, he said that they would not return it. If the tickets were handed down from family member to family member, perhaps the family member who now has a ticket didn't know that a refund was perhaps supposed to be coming if they were done with their tickets. Or if it was a work account, perhaps the name on there, the.
"commander" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Everybody is waiting and watching to see what will happen. If ever there was an NFL team, there was going to be investigated by the United States Congress. It was going to be the Washington commanders. From allegations of fostering a toxic workplace environment to sexual harassment to their long overdue name change, the franchise under owner Daniel Snyder.
"commander" Discussed on The Dictionary
"But the one that i want to pick his commandment because I feel like i'm i'm blanking a little bit The the constitution is made up of amendments. That's what it was. For some reason my brain went to commandment there you. You see how i could make that mistake but What i'm thinking still stays true because the ten commandments while not a religious person. I think that they are still really good. Things to To follow there's there's some good there's some good life rules in there. Don't you think i think so So yeah. Are there any songs about commandments. Commandments i like to follow the ten commandments. If there were fifteen what would they be. You can message me on social media. Let's talk about the holidays instead of singing. That song in the czech republic. It is arbor day in kenya. It is heroes day in guatemala. It is revolution day in vietnam vietnamese women's day world statistics. Day and world osteoporosis. Day anything else. It is perot nouns day in the us. So make sure that you tell everybody what your pronouns are. Because you never know in australia. It is ride to work day. In india it is maharishi valiki gianatti and some fun holidays international chefs day. They make your food. Ooh international sloth day. Those are some very interesting and cute. Animals national brandied fruit day national day on writing like like writing piece of paper national medical assistance day. Support your local chamber of commerce day. And as i said before world osteoporosis day that is a quite a word and quite a thing to suffer from Make sure that you exercise in you. Eat healthy food. yeah okay. we're going to end it there. Thank you thank you very much for listening and until next time. This is spencer commencing to dispense information. But it's the opposite of that goodbye..
"commander" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Next is command. Sergeant major three words noun from nineteen sixty seven a noncommissioned officer in the army ranking above. A first sergeant. Next is oh this is the one i was confused about a couple episodes ago. It is comma splice. Two words noun from nineteen twenty four the use of a comma between coordinate main clauses not connected by conjunction as in. Nobody goes there anymore comma. It's boring The use of dicamba between coordinate main clauses not connected by conjunction. So they're they're kind of like two sentences it's a it's an appropriate place to combine two sentences into one right. Nobody goes there anymore. It's boring I don't know if i would put a comma there interesting but that's a common place. Nixed is who is a good one. commedia del. Norte komi you could also just say comed- committeea comedia- i say comedia- it is two words c. o. m. m. e. d. i a. first word second word d. e. l. l. apostrophe a rt comedia-. Del norte noun from eighteen. Twenty three But it's you'll find out it's older than that. Italian comedy of the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries improvised from standardized situations and stock characters. It is italian and it literally means comedy of art My sister knows a bit about this I mean there's a lot of people. I know a bit about this. But she's specifically because she was actually a sign language interpreter for a deaf for a college. A comedian arctic college in california. It was a one year program and so the deaf guy was the student and she was his interpreter and so she kind of got a lot of the education just from being there and it sounds fascinating. I don't know if i particularly like the old school art. I've never really watched it. I probably should but It sounds interesting. Next is a real. Sorry for that lips mac. That was terrible. It is camille f-full camille no it's come you'll fo- coming info three words. Com e. next. Word ill i l next word f. a. Ut adjective from seventeen fifty six conforming to accepted standards. Synonym is paper It is french and it literally means as it should be camille. Maybe that was too much emphasis. Next is commemorate transitive verb from fifteen ninety nine number one to call to remembrance to to mark by some ceremony or observation and synonym is observe as in commemorate an anniversary. Three to serve as a memorial of as in a plaque that commemorates the battle There is actually a thing right next to me. You know it's maybe fifty feet away Then i think if i remember correctly it is a A thing that is commemorating the people of my town who were part of the civil war. Possibly if i'm remembering like i said if i'm remembering that correctly It's a flagpole and the so it's the bottom of the flagpole it's a that's like a pedestal kind of thing and there's some eagles on top of it and there's some stars and then there's a bunch of soldiers like carved in like a. What do they call it a freeze. Its like semi sort of three d but not really three d It's a bunch of soldiers in lines walking into battle. And i think it's for the civil war for people in the town and supposedly my parents friends. Grandpa was one of the models that they used for the the the carvings so as a commemoration thing. It's a yeah it's a well so that would be good for the next word but anyway let's real quick finish up commemorate Another synonym is the word. Keep commemorating is a noun commemorates under It is from latin verb memoir ouray which is from komo's plus memory which it means to.
"commander" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Hello word nerds. Welcome to the dictionary in the car again. Five episodes in a row. yeah. But i think i'm done with this one all right. We are at the top of page two hundred forty nine. I sure would love it if you rated this and reviewed it and subscribed and shared and Instagram and twitter My handle is dictionary. pod If you wanna follow my personal stuff. It's at speed kampar. If you wanna listen to me teach you how to say say stuff backwards. You can go to my youtube channel which is The link is in the show notes and It's it's backwards talking time there and i think that's fine. Go check the show notes for all that stuff and more so. Today is october twentieth. This episode is airing that day. So hopefully you're listening to this on that day. And the first word is commander in chief three words from sixteen fifty four one who holds the supreme command of an armed force. Next is commanderie noun from the fifteenth century. One a district under the control of commander of an order of knights like them of the roundtable to an assembly or lodge in a secret order. Next is commanding adjective from fifteen ninety one. One drawing attention or priority as in a commanding presence. I definitely don't have that too difficult to overcome as in a commanding lead commanding lee. That isn't adverb. Next is commanding officer noun from seventeen twenty and officer in in command especially an officer in the armed forces in command of an organization or installation next is commandment noun from the thirteenth century. One the act or power of commanding to something that is commanded especially one of the biblical ten commandments. Next is command module two words noun from nineteen sixty to a space vehicle module a space vehicle module designed to carry the crew the chief communication equipment and equipment for re entry. Maybe i'll find a picture and posted on the social media of those Those command module things nixed is commando noun rome. Eighteen thirty nine number one is south african Or i guess would Yeah oh maybe they use it in south africa. Yeah so we got one a a military unit or command of the beurs b. o. e. r. s. I don't know how to pronounce it when be still south. African a raiding expedition to a a military unit trained and organized as shock troops especially for hit and run raids into enemy. Enemy territory Is there a movie like schwarzenegger movie called commando or is there. Something called suburban commando. I dunno i think commandos in some movie names that i don't think i've seen okay. We are now on to be a member of such a unit. The commando go commando. That is a phrase. It is slang. I'm so glad this is in here. It means to wear no underwear to wear no underwear to wear no underwear There is that great silly moment in friends. They mentioned commando. And then joey puts on all of chandler's closed because of course he did and he was going commando while he was doing that. It was very silly. Silly stuff dummy. All right So this Commando word is an africans in me. It's come endo with a k. From the dutch commando which means command from spanish commando from their verb coleman dr which means to command from the lower. Latin coleman dara next is command. Post two words now from circa nineteen eighteen. A post at which the commander of a unit in the field receives orders and exercises command..
"commander" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"What went through your mind. I i was almost in my stomach. Because i looked at it and said that is a needless loss of life because of the net planning and execution by the senior leadership of the military and putting those young men and women in harm's way without the tools necessary to defend themselves and we in fact pulled that rug out from under them by not having the planning of taking kabul where we could have ensured a safe environment for them to operate like they had had for the last year in afghanistan the senior leadership of the military today while everyone wants to blame president biden and he's ultimately accountable these senior leadership and these officers they also need to be held accountable by the american people and one man has been fired and it was the man brave enough to demand accountability from the senior leadership. He is the only man to be fired during all of this. Commander kirk lippold. Thank you for being our guest. Comeback and see us shall do michael. Thank you for having me on and thank you to your listeners. For continuing to support those brave men and women who serve and defend our freedom. All right your calls coming up seven one three two one two five eight seven four seven one three two one two five eight seven four. These military service members deserve better. Their family members deserve better..
"commander" Discussed on United States Citizenship - Civics Test Podcast
"Question number thirty two. Who is the commander in chief of the military and the answer is the president. Here's a quick civics lesson to help you remember that answer. The founding fathers strongly believed in republican ideals. A republic is a government where a country's political power comes from the citizens not the rulers and is put into use by representatives elected by the citizens that is why they made the president the commander in chief. They wanted a civilian selected by the people. They did not want a professional military leader. The president commands the armed forces but congress has the power to pay for the armed forces and declare war in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy three many members of congress believed that the president was misusing or abusing his powers as commander in chief. They thought that the president was ignoring the legislative branch and not allowing the system of checks and balances to work in response. Congress passed the war powers. Act the war powers. Act gave congress a stronger voice in decisions about the use of us. Troops president richard. Nixon vetoed the spill but congress. Overrode his veto. Because we have it. System of checks and balances one branch of government is able to check the other branches so again question number. Thirty two is who is the commander in chief of the military and the answer. Is the.
"commander" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
"One so i learned to see each perceived threat as an opportunity to learn and grow. I saw that no matter how hard i tried to plan perfectly. The plans never survive. Wants to made contact with luca. So i stopped obsessing about that phase and got good at executing with a good enough plan i learned to shift fire rapidly and adjust my plans as soon as they started to go south in other words to fail forward as fast as possible and accelerate my teams learning with oud loop. This mindset allows one to find victory where it's at and embrace the suck of any big challenge crisis as it comes. You will learn to thrive in crisis. Because it's the opportunity of the moment is the chance to step up and bring your whole body mind and spiritual awareness to the game and to solve the problem grow and to serve others. It's exciting not scary to those who prepared their minds. This way you will control you can but recognize that changes the constant so you'll stop trying to control change the wheels of technology and innovation are accelerating seemingly out of control old system is structured are breaking down at lightning speed. Culture is internal. Politics are good luck. Negativity has become rampant because of this uncertainty. And it's magnified by armenia but the unbeatable leader stands firm in the middle of this storm calmly and courageously guiding their family and teams and organizations through the crisis moment to moment three mistakes to avoid crisis hits. There are three big mistakes. Most people make when that crisis like covid. Nineteen hits one. They allow fear to affect their decision making to they wait for someone else to solve their problems and three. They don't adapt fast enough to the changing landscape suggest these you must learn to eradicate fear in the move forward fast with courage..
"commander" Discussed on No Story Is Sacred
"Been is it and now you can never complain about him again. Never watched wing commander. I mean where have you been. Yeah i mean who have missed the pinnacle of one thousand nine thousand nine storytelling. Listen guys. i'm gonna come to bat for this story was done. But for the store this story according to the Amd bay yes. I told you. I opened what we did the. Tc today is blair a fighter. Pilots joins an interstellar war to fight the evil rathi who are trying to destroy the universe. I mean it's kind of like way way in the background. Like free movie that's it. That's the recording time today. Are you fucking kidding. Me true short succinct and and i and is there a character named blair. Yes is he. A fighter. pilot is joining in the like. We don't like the way. This is being abused. I refuse to participate inexorably towards the truth. This is not rid of attachment. Is you have to be forced to go along then. Judge has no say. Here i will lend you appoint here where it doesn't cover the finer points of the story any it doesn't cover the point. The story the google description mentioned. Let's face on computer game. Impressive special effects okay. Well all right for nineteen ninety nine. Yeah i mean look you know some. Ps two textures finest of playstation graphics. Alex and they tried doing the matrix time. The same year as the matrix and fifteen years the matrix nineteen ninety nine. Wasn't it was like. I thought it was earlier. Actually i think matrix was nine hundred ninety nine. Y'all nineteen ninety nine the matrix of an outlier and should not be counted. Ninety nine have a ton of awesome movies and shatin. It's not ninety. Five ninety five was a genius. You're mortal combat A side note. Here guess what movie this this film shares a screenplay author with no.
"commander" Discussed on Your Space Journey
"Mike thank you so much for joining me. Appreciate it. Absolutely. I'm happy to be here. Well, we appreciate we're looking forward to your flight now. I understand. This is your first time commanding and as a whole new spacecraft the crew dragged inches if I can ask what's been the most challenging for you as you've prepared for this Mission as Commander. Well, that's interesting. I think certainly on this in this particular case there is there's been challenges along the way but at the same time a lot of those challenges have been external if you will. So, how do you keep how do you keep training duration of a pandemic? How do you how do you get ready for a space flight with some of those restrictions on it? And so I think that's probably been one of the biggest challenges sure. I am on the other hand the the great thing about being a commander is that you realize you don't have to do everything yourself and we've got an incredible crew with a lot of experience on it off. And and so that has has made some of those challenges easier to to deal with and get through because you know, you are able to fall back on and not just took my experiences but their experiences as well. And when I say that you know, when you look I've got a Victor as a rookie space flyer, but but Victor is not a rookie in my mind. He brings a lot of operational experience to the table and then I have relied heavily on his experience as well as Shannon and Luigi's Mike if I can I'm a fellow Christian and I loved hearing how you took convenient regular during your last trip to the office s special from the couple. I was just wondering do you plan on taking the you're Chris again? And can you tell us how going to space has impacted your faith? Yes, I do plan on taking the the Eucharist again, you know for me having Having the Eucharist having the body of Christ with me on space is it helps you get through some of those stressful times? It helps you get through some of those times where you you may feel a little vulnerable, right? Because for me knowing that Jesus is with me that helps me understand that I don't need to worry that no matter what happens that that I'm going to be. Okay, and and so I think it's in those moments those Reflections those and you know, that's when it's the the quiet times and sometimes that's the harder times right when when you're out there and you're doing it whether it's a spacewalk or whether your caps are in a vehicle or or doing a science on board, you know, you get pretty busy and you're occupied. It's it's those moments when you get to either sit back and think about it before or after that that I need to rely on that date now. Mike was also asked about his overall role as commander on this Mission home. And how that will be different compared to what doug Hurley faced on demo to which launched a few months ago. Here's my talking about that being the commander on who dragon is is a little bit I think new for us here at Nasa and and what I mean by that, you know, we've been relying on on the Russian soyuz to to get to the space station for a long time now and and that always has a Russian cosmonauts as the commander on and you may have one of the you know, the US person that's on the vehicle may be the commander of the space station, but we in general have never had to work for quite a while now worried about the the commander of the vehicle that that taking you there. And and so that's what's making it a little bit interesting in the sense of I am the commander of the of the issue one drug and vehicles, but once I crossed that hatch and and I crossed into the International Space Station, yes, I stayed commander of that vehicle and making sure it's ready to go at any time. Yep. To to leave the space station, but at that point I am right now just another one of the the engineers working on board under the under the commander of the International Space Station and so kind of balancing maps of of making sure that you're ready to go on the launch vehicle. But then also making sure you're ready to go for this long-duration missing on a national space station and and balancing those two those two demands have has been a little bit challenging one of the things that has made that a little bit easier is we we have an amazing crew. We have an experienced crew and and so there has not been a lot of difficulties in that sense. You know, I've been able to rely on all of their experiences even and I mentioned this earlier even Victor who's a month a rookie space wire, but he brings an awful lot of operational experience with him and and I certainly relied on that as well and I was also asked if he has any conversations with Doug and Bob from Dammam. And what advice they gave them for this Mission. Here's my talk about that. Yeah, absolutely. One of the the nice things we had an opportunity to speak with with both of them probably about a week after they got on orbit off so that in all the launch and the Rendezvous and the docking will still fairly fresh in their mind. And then we you know after they landed it probably was a little bit longer before we had a chance to talk to them, but we did get to hear their thoughts on the undocked and the and the deorbit entry and Landing phases of it as well and the recovery operations and you know, the thing that is great about those conversations is you get to hear about the little things that are never going to come up in a training program and it's things like the noises the the feeling the vibrations the things of that nature that that helps set your expectations. And so one of the interesting things of course with the sole use is we've got years and years and years of people flying it and so yep. Have this galaxy book out there that that tells you pretty much every step of the way what you can expect from some of these little details on talking about and so this is still new and and so. Bob and Doug have given us some some insight on that and and so I think we've taken that to heart and and so hopefully, you know, we hit some of those moments we won't be surprised but we hear or feel and and then you know, our goal is to you know, make sure we record what we go through as well and and hopefully as time goes by Wilcox that that dial quick if you will build on this vehicle this launch this rocket in and so people will have.
"commander" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The commander of the U. S. aircraft carrier requested permission to send most of his crew ashore I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep to commander faces an outbreak of coronavirus how's the pandemic affecting the United States military this hour the president promoted drug as a potential game changer for corona virus he said that even though its use is unproven and now patients who use the drug to treat lupus fight it's running out it is Wednesday April first Supreme Court justices Samuel Alito is seventy years old today the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman the trump administration continues to urge Americans to practice social distancing White House coronavirus task force members say with current social distancing practices they still fear more than one hundred thousand Americans could dive code nineteen U. S. Surgeon General Dr Jerome Adams told ABC's Good Morning America the US can meet this challenge we're looking at this next thirty days as an opportunity for the entire country to really understand if we do the right things then we can flatten our curve in our own different areas still the White House is not looking at a nationwide stay at home order and has left those decisions to governors and mayors researchers at Johns Hopkins University say there are nearly one hundred ninety thousand diagnosed cases of the corona virus in the U. S. more than four thousand people have died about forty percent of the diagnosed cases are in New York state more than a thousand people have died in New York City alone the city is opening field hospitals one of them is run by a Christian nonprofit organization the New York state Attorney General says the group must not discriminate at the facility in Central Park and your school Lawrence reports the charity says it is open to all Samaritan's purse operation regency clinics around the world in disaster areas it has been criticized for closely linking that aid to Christian missionary work its leader evangelist Franklin Graham has made statements against Muslims and LGBTQ rights this week in New York state senator called on Graham to guarantee that all will be welcome at the sixty eight bed medical tent set up to back up Mount Sinai hospital on the east side of Central Park in a statement Graham responded that the facility is open to all faiths and sexual orientations and called upon Americans to work together regardless of political views quil Lawrence NPR news with the rise of coronavirus cases in hospitals there's been a drop in the number of elective surgeries some hospitals are laying off staff from member station WPLN Nashville Blake farmer reports the largest hospital chain in the country is cutting salaries HCA has two hundred seventy thousand employees and more than one hundred eighty hospitals and many of them have nothing to do because so many surgeries have been cancelled HCA says those who can't find other positions will still get seventy percent of their pay through mid may senior leaders say they're cutting their own compensation by thirty percent until the pandemic's over in the CEO who made twenty seven million dollars last year is donating his full salary for the next few months to the hospitals fund that helps employees in financial distress HCA's also announced new initiatives to help staff on the front lines of fighting co that the companies now offering scrub laundry service in hotel rooms if they'd rather not risk being near their families for NPR news I'm Blake farmer in Nashville on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrials are down five hundred thirty six points or about two and a half percent the nasdaq is down more than two percent this is NPR live from KQED news I'm Brian white seven inmates in California's prisons in twenty five employees have tested positive for covert nineteen state officials hope a new plan to reduce the prison population will be enough to slow the spread of the virus but as KQED's Julie small reports advocates think more dramatic change is necessary the head of corrections has ordered the release of thirty five hundred nonviolent offenders who are within sixty days of completing their sentences that's on top of the governor's decision last week not to take in new prisoners but attorney Michael bean says the move doesn't go far enough the most significant thing that's missing is no effort at all to identify at least the medically vulnerable who are most at risk of contracting open nineteen of having bad outcomes being in other attorneys for inmates are urging a panel of federal judges to order the release of people with chronic conditions a hearing is scheduled for Thursday I'm Julie small KQED news with much of the world lockdown or not inclined to get on an airplane San Francisco International Airport is consolidating some operations beginning today KQED's terrace Syler reports these changes only affect flights from SFO international terminal which is closing one of its two concourses boarding area eight will be closed and all flights will depart from boarding area G. it's not going to affect that many travelers since the outbreak began fewer than twelve flights per day we're leaving from boarding area a on average airport officials expect the concourse will be closed through the end of may but that.
"commander" Discussed on KGO 810
"Free access to the commander community so you can watch the show you can listen to the show all right you can tap into the message boards and you can ask answer tech questions and get help and so that addresses get Kim dot com just go ahead you sign up and then if you use can measure promo code it's absolutely free for ninety days all right back to the phones we go doctor Martel thanks for joining us in the total epicenter of what's going on hello there doctor thank you for everything that you're doing to help the citizens of New York that question and so what's it really like so in the debating and I I can tell you that based on booking cancellations in person but also to our telehealth document Kerry cases are people coming to us when you know rising volumes both concerned about their symptoms are worried about what they might develop them how their symptoms might involve and so now you're practicing telemedicine through this K. health can you accurately diagnose corona virus this way and then facilitate the person getting a test were finding a place to go in the area so we can't diagnose habitat we can tell you is that based on your symptoms and where we see the spread it it we can tell you how likely this may or may not be coronavirus and again if you look at cities like New York City where the spread is great we safely assume that you'll your symptoms are current arsenal proven otherwise as for testing we do have a very unique and I think the only one of her names he could let us know where there are testing centers in any county in the United States and we can send you to those testing centers where there are no official referral from a physician could get past that okay so that's good and so this way you can do everything just through your phone tablet computer and then you have everything all set now I know that I'm seeing is this is there is there a cost with this there is no cost to the app is completely free to download you get your risk assessment in conversation with Kate three and not only that you can speak to in connection really creepy seven days a week you know that's phenomenal twenty four seven at twelve hours a day seven days a week actually works fourteen hours a day seven days a week an hour yeah but fourteen hour that's a long day right I mean that's a it's a long day we are well we are making every effort to be there for people and that is what we signed up for that is our mission to help and this is a crisis so all hands on deck full blown efforts across the board to provide as much as we can Dr thank you so much for joining us I know that you certainly when I say have your hands full that's not even I'm sure nearly everything that you've got going on I A. folks is called K. health telemedicine and we're going to post a link to it over at a commando dot com and they can show area because that's that great apps free and if you think that you have symptoms of the coronavirus get free assessment get that positions know that you need to go ahead and take a test all right now that I'm working at home I have to tell you I really appreciate probably more than ever to have a great connection throughout my entire home and also on my back patio and in the pool area because you know having a great wireless plan is nothing without coverage right I mean you could be paying nothing but if you don't have any covers a what the heck good is it maybe you're paying too much or not getting coverage with T..
"commander" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"See here if you're watching the camp commander show three your commander community membership berry and I sat up and because we are not doing the show from our beautiful twenty four thousand square foot studio complex of it because we are self isolating I actually called Jeremy and John in over a month ago on a second what if what if we had to all work remotely could we do it and they both assured me that you know how we could end and then over two weeks ago that's when I said okay we're gonna all work from home to help you know if not help with the spread and flatten the curve and everything that everybody likes to say we truly have been doing that and I am so pleased and I'm so thrilled that you know the entire west star Kim commander show team has truly come together we have meetings every day and we are productive we've launched a new newsletter in the middle of all this and the traffic to our website is going crazy like gang busters and Charles is making all the changes that we need them to make along with Jeremy and alley and banned in the entire writing staff and Jamie's keeping everything together and kids still Sellin amber's making sure that the bills are paid and HR issues are taken care of and as a small business owner it gives me great pleasure to see that our company is continuing when I'm saying that so many small businesses just you know aren't making it and they're not going to make it and so many of you been asking about my mother thank you for doing that H. one say that mom is doing great she's self isolated I go over to our house every day I bring your supplies food whatever but I'll tell you I never get too close and the other day should which is I just want to hug you I'm like nope can't do that she hadn't seen him for almost a month and so yesterday I opened her screen door in instead outside the door and she was well into our kitchen and they had a conversation and you can see that yeah I think both of them had tears in their eyes because they're so close and I can't wait until I can give my mom a great big hug I can't wait until we can get back into our studios but I really believe that we're all gonna be OK maybe even better maybe we won't be so divided as a nation maybe we will at the end of all this truly be United in this United States of America where there were four hundred stations that carry the Kim commando show and I'm so thrilled and so delighted that you're sharing part of your time with us and if you are listening on the American forces network radio our service men and women we salute you and we thank you for everything that you're doing right now and welcome to the show end our T. mobile unlimited list your line is now open one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four is the way to join us and I know you have a few questions I've been getting my email and I do read every single question that you send in some of the we invite you to call the show others we will compile an answer in some of our newsletters and on our website so just know that every single note that you sent me that I do I do truly truly rate and again that number is one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four if.
"commander" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"On scene the incident commander of the arts festival for the ball on the ground and then another rock every last cent they have a real good idea of exactly what they needed to go so what does it take for five minutes on scene for back out and whether it's a returning load go back to that same viral returning hold they'll give us those instructions another see one thirty pilot tells ABC Australia pilots need three fire seasons of training on this tanker before they're qualified investigators say it crashed and a drop just a load of pardon on a fire right before it went down they're not sure why yet and they may not know for another month Becky Peter can you talk just a little bit about some of the reaction that's pouring in from Arizona for these firefighters yeah governor Ducey called Paul Hudson a hero who represented Arizona's best he ordered flags at state offices be flown at half staff in honor of Hudson and his two colleagues on board the tanker they came from other parts of this country and on Facebook one man wrote these men were so brave to come all this way we'll fight our fires and save more animals just a tragic story on all fronts thank you very much Peter KTA our eyes on immigration to individuals they were attempting to bring methamphetamine bundles in the United States but it's how all the smugglers tried to do so that has border patrol agents at our southern border on high alert right now I'm just Channing underneath the city of Nogales Arizona I'm in the Grand Avenue tunnel and that's the location where two people recently tried to smuggle nearly one hundred seventy pounds of Matt sat Riddick man is a border patrol special agent in charge for the Nogales sector he says smugglers are trying new things they were dragging small bundles that were attached be a rope in there pulling those through the international boundary the two were arrested before they could float the math through the tunnel Martha Mauer KTA argues the trump administration has named a Nogales native as the new head of the U. S. border patrol Rodney Scott's been with the agency for twenty seven years and have been leading the border patrol San Diego sector the busiest corridor for illegal crossings K. T. A. our eyes on education a new proposed state bill would let Arizona students use taxpayer dollars to attend private schools in other states this bill is meant for students who live on an Indian reservation in Arizona and have an empowerment scholarship account no errors on our tax dollars should be going to schools in other states when here in our own schools in our own communities we are struggling that's don Tennant stacker with save our schools Arizona last years several students in window rock were using their ESA funds to pay for private school tuition in New Mexico the economy may be booming but unfortunately across much of the nation homelessness is to Phoenix mayor KK go tells K. T. A. R. that's been a big topic this week during an annual gathering of mayors from across the country in Washington DC she says there's been a lot of emphasis on treating each person as an individual looking at what are the original factors that lead to homelessness what the economic is there a challenge related to addiction Tegan says the mayor's hope to make the issue of homelessness a key issue during the twenty twenty presidential campaign has the CDC confirms the second US case of coronavirus KTA ours alley Ventnor spoke with one medical professional about what that means for Arizona Michael white is the chief medical officer of valley wise health Medical Center he says the corona virus causes the common cold the reason it's making headlines is the new strain in China so as our globalized society traveling through airports across countries this virus has a chance to transmit across the world any new patients at their hospital or ask if they've traveled recently it does not pose a risk with in Arizona within our patient population for those that have not been traveled these areas or exposed to somebody that may have alley that inner KTA our news electric cars still more expensive than gas powered cars but triple a spokesman although Vasquez says electric cars save money on fuel the.
"commander" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Commander there's some real heroism today I mean real heroism it made me I'm I'm devastated we are we are in shock this is a real but I couldn't be prouder to wear the uniforms like where because of my brothers and sisters in uniform civilian or otherwise that did what they did today to save lives can sell the declined to discuss motive the FBI is leading the investigation Debbie Elliot NPR news Pensacola Florida the trump administration says it won't participate in impeachment hearings Democrats say that in his dealings with Ukraine president trump subverted US foreign policy for his own political benefit in a letter to house Judiciary Committee chair Jerry Nadler who gave the president until five this evening to decide whether to attend hearings why does lawyer Patsy baloney call the inquiry completely baseless and said adopting articles of impeachment would be a reckless abuse of power by Democrats North Korea has been warning of a Christmas surprise and here's Michele Kelemen reports the United States which is currently the president of the United Nations Security Council says the international community is United against north Korean missile tests US ambassador Kelly craft as promised her colleagues they'll be home for Christmas North Korea though has been hinting at more missile tests Kraft says she is worried about the thirteen recent launches and the prospect for more he cancel is very unified on the fact that we are all very concerned in it doesn't matter whether it's Christmas or whether it's tomorrow or whether it's February we're all very concerned her news conference comes a day after she brought her colleagues to the White House for lunch with president trump when North Korea and Iran were among the topics discussed Michele Kellerman NPR news the state department the international criminal court is ruling out opening a war crimes investigation into members of the U. S. military Afghan troops and the Taliban predicting little to no cooperation Herschel's reports a prominent U. S. attorney has traveled to the Hague D. secolo an attorney working for president trump and representing the American center for law and justice told ICC judges Afghanistan doesn't even have the right to allow an investigation of alleged war crimes due to legal agreements signed with Washington the fact such a probe was being considered by the ICC led the trump administration to block visas for the court's chief prosecutor and anyone working on the potential case Schultz this is NPR live from KQED news I'm terrace Siler the official list of presidential candidates will be on California's March primary ballot is set to be released this afternoon as keiki Jeremy Siegel reports for the first time contenders had to file paperwork with the state under a new state law presidential hopefuls have to prove that they're generally recognized by filling one of many criteria like being on another state's ballot or appearing in a debate California secretary of state Alex to DSS previously who made it on to the ballot was almost entirely up to him first presidential election cycle as secretary of state after a little surprised at how well how much completely linear was whatever its California secretary of state determining the candidates are qualifying candidates have until December twenty six to have their name removed from California's ballot if they decide to drop out I'm Jeremy Siegel KQ witness a number of cities in the.
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"Commander publicly defies trump disrespects trump so then that's when trump tweeted it that this was not going to happen trump tweeted that Ellie got any Gallagher's rank was not going to be suspended was not going to be taken away from him what should happen according to Kirch Leister is the chief of naval operations should have picked up the phone and called the navy special forces commander breeding fire and reading him the riot act but he didn't he's got worse rear admiral Charlie Brown the chief of information issued a statement which read the navy follows the lawful orders of the president we will do so in case of an order to stop the administrative review all of Gallagher's professional qualification we are well aware of the president's tweet and we are waiting further guidance meaning they're not going to follow orders from between the regular take the president's order so much weight so there's open defiance of trump going on here because these people have staked their reputations on Eddie Gallagher motoring I'm isis terrorist turns out he didn't he was acquitted the judge advocate general lawyers screwed up the prosecution gave themselves medals after this and then after trump had parked in the Gallagher the secretary well the commander special forces navy tried to take away his triton even after dropping pardon Los Angeles Times reported U. S. navy secretary Richard Spencer did not the New York times reports Saturday that he had threatened to resign or be fired if trump intervenes to stop an administrative review of a seal at the center of a botched war crimes court martial that if he doesn't put an end to this mini mutiny Pronto the president should still shift camp him well he got shift Kay and Spencer is gone and once again trump sides with the enlisted man decides what the grunts he sides with the person it was wrong to falsely accused presidential order restoring his rank was defied so trump fire sector netted media okay people like to get yes he can and he did got to take a break folks we are being coming right back.
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"Along with me Oh that's nice and that is to be alone with someone isn't it you'll never with the podcast listeners today yeah we know Martin he's in New York New York City so great they named it twice he's and he's busy doing work stuff so he's not gallivanting exchange although I have seen the photos from the the the top floors various buildings in New York so he seems to be enjoying it while he's there What was that Long Island iced tea involved I got a message at about our pasta eleven last night telling me that he's got a long island iced tea so that was what ten in the morning over that about five hours previous so he seems to be getting on quite well with some very important work that I know nothing about that's tonight I'm sure we'll what here to the top secret details next time I don't think he's stop secret just stuff so have you been up to I have been playing Elizaveta unity again let's one of eternity is a gain which was crowd funded a few years ago it's a A- An isometric roleplaying game in the style of Baldur's gate and those old dungeons and dragons themed pages is it like pixellated or is it modern style it's modern style is not like fully immersive three D it's third person I cement tricks all fixed point of view but it's got really like really rich graphics and sounds and voice acting and so on I've been listening to you a a series is actually a youtube series but was gonna Poke Soviet called critical role which is dungeons and dragons podcast basically on truth friends playing dungeons dragons but dale also all professional voice actors and one of the things that they do is the attorney see series so I thought it was worth giving airplay through again because one of those games where it's a really long game you can play very differently depending on the character you choose and options that you choose in conversations and so on so yeah I thought it was worth another guy excellent and you play that with the steam controller on your telly downstairs I do it's it's like well joystick supported or is it something yet community No well there's an official mapping but I've made some tweaks to it because I think I added is Scott Scott mostly controlled with the mouse pointer so you just use the one of the pads and clicking and then there's some shortcuts for selecting options in conversations and then I also added a scroll wheel support which you can use zooming in and for moving up and down dialogue and also exciting quick load feature which I've mapped too long prices of certain button so you don't do it accidentally but one one thing they have done in the game settings as you can change the size of the text that shows up in dialogues so if you'll see across the screen from the TV it's really useful to be able to boost the up to a nice big size so that you can read it Oh nice so they have about that sort of thing and it's available on your favorite retail stores for compete games yeah I saw it's stain which is where I've got it in fact I think they just released for the Nintendo switch as well although I don't want to I don't want to buy it again so I'm just pl- replay on steam well as get on with it.