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Timothy Keller Sermons Podcast by Gospel in Life
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"Now, colossians has got a great way of putting it. Coach says what you must continually see that your life is hit with God in Christ. But actually, that's here in Romans 8. Take a look at your passage again. In verse 5, it says, what is the spirit desire? Set your mind with the spirit desires. What is the spirit want to show us? Well, it's versus one to four. Right there is what you've got to set your mind on and you've got to pray and you've got to adore and you've got to seek the Holy Spirit to help. To look at what is said there until it becomes glorious to you. This is the first step in spiritual dynamics, not just, well, make me better person show me the rules. What do I have to do? Oh, no, no, no. You set your mind with the spirit desires. And here's the spirit. One to four is an absolutely we mentioned this the first week. But let's go back here and let's take a look. Specifically, what it wants you to see. It gives you the spirit of God is arguing with you and versus one to four. It gives you a claim, an incredible claim and a proof of the claim. Now what's the claim? The claim is there is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. Let's capsule that. It does not say sometimes there's no condemnation. When you're being very good, when you're praying, you know, you're praying and you're being good, then there's no condemnation. But you know if you sin, then you go back into condemnation, then you have to ask God's forgiveness, then you're out of condemnation. That's not what it says. He doesn't say condemnation, there's no kind of nation now, okay? Now there is no condemnation. Means starting the minute you become a Christian. From now on is what it means. And it doesn't say condemnation has put aside. Until you sin, what it says is for Christians, there is now no more condemnation. It doesn't exist anymore. It's not there. And David Martin Lloyd Jones and his commentary and Roman state. And he was not by any means a sanguine sweet talking preacher by any means. He wasn't always talking about love all the time, oh no. And yet he says, you know what this text means is text means. If you're a Christian, you must never let yourself feel condemned. You must never think you're condemned. You must never act like you're condemned. That's the whole idea here. You know, it's never treat yourself as a condemn. If you're a Christian, there's no condemnation for you. That's the reason why Paul says cautions three. The first thing you've got to do is when you set your mind on things which are above it. What's up there? This is your life as hit with God in Christ.
"david martin" Discussed on WTOP
"Air force ordered a stand down in order to inspect the rest of the fleet of 20 bombers. David Martin, CBS News, The Pentagon. It is devoted December 20th. Welcome into WTO P where the chimney was four 38. Rob thinking about all the gates when it breaks, first this morning to rich other and the WTO traffic center. All right, they've begun the process of picking up the work on eastbound 66 as you approach 29 central headed toward the fairfax county park which is a matter of fact. They've already backed up beyond route 28, so they've got a ways to go yet, but making progress stay left to get by again as you pass the work so now if you're traveling beyond that next work sound remains, eastbound 66 that you cross over the belly headed toward route 7 and falls church again, you were getting by single file to the left a may have just begun to start picking up that work. So again, be careful. Add a loop they were picking up the last of the beltway work sends in Virginia. She had south to route 7 toward I 66, where at one point we're getting that getting by single files that should have at least two left lanes now getting by as they continue to rapidly clear that one out of the roadway, 95 in screen 95 remaining good shape. So far, so good along I two 95 north and D.C. two 95 south into town, sultan Parkland, south capital street incident delay free as of late, no issues on the freeway, I three 95 or I 6 95 between the Potomac and anacostia river bridge crossings, rich hunter WTO traffic. Good morning, welcome to Tuesday, it's cold outside. Temperatures in the 20s across much of the region, a bright and sunny day away to you today. Afternoon high, 44°. Another
"david martin" Discussed on WTOP
"Our newborn king with joyful, open, and humble hearts. At 1253. This is WTO news. There are new concerns about the state of mental health among service men and women in the navy following four apparent suicides. After the first two deaths, the navy ordered a mental health stand down, a third apparent suicide occurred at the same day as the mental health stand down in a fourth this past weekend. Earlier this year, after three crew members of the aircraft carrier George Washington committed suicide in a single week, the navy vowed a new focus on suicide prevention. Each of these latest deaths is now under investigation by local police and the navy has launched a separate investigation to determine if there is any link or common cause among them. That CBS correspondent David Martin, if you or someone you know is dealing with thoughts of suicide, you can call the suicide and crisis lifeline at 9 8 8. Railroad workers aren't the only ones who have been in contract talks recently. Pilots for Delta Air Lines have been offered a 34% pay raise over three years and a new contract. The industry is short staffed and travel demand is soaring. The pilots who have been working without a new contract for nearly three years will also get a one time payment equivalent to 22% of their earnings between 2020 and 2022. They voted to authorize a strike if no agreement could be reached on a contract if Delta pilots approve the deal, it's widely expected to set the tone for talks at United and American Airlines. Allison keyes, CBS News. Money
"david martin" Discussed on WTOP
"Have been confirmed, but we found four people from the kidnapping and they are in fact diseased. Baby girl, her parents and an uncle kidnapped at gunpoint from their business two days before investigators are holding a convicted robber who tried to kill himself a day after the kidnappings, the kidnapper made no ransom demands, but the sheriff believes the kidnapping was a financially motivated crime. A gunman has killed at least 36 people in northern Thailand, most of them children, after opening fire at a day care center. The BBC's Jonathan head. The police say the attacker arrived at the day center at around 1 p.m. when the children were inside having a nap and began opening fire almost immediately hitting teachers and parents who tried to stop him entering the building, the attacker hit several people with his track as he drove away and opened fire on them too before going to his home, killing his wife and son and then himself. The shooter had been fired from his job last year, he was a police officer, the reason was drug use. This is the deadliest mass shooting in Thailand's history. A top ISIS leader in Syria is believed to have been killed in a raid by U.S. forces, details from CBS David Martin. The American commandos killed one who wounded another and took two prisoners without any reports of casualties among the U.S. troops. The raid took place in an area of Syria that is controlled by the government of Syrian ruler Bashar al-Assad. More young people are using E cigarettes, your CBS Stacy Lynn, a new study by the FDA and CDC looked into just how prevalent E cigs have become and found that over two and a half million middle and high schoolers are using them. Nearly 85% of the teens say they like the ones that taste like dessert the most, like fruit, candy and other sweets. Health experts say this is alarming and poses
WNYC 93.9 FM
"david martin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
", and you can get more info at new sounds, dot org. I became a stranger to the ones I love the most I would call that R&B rock and religion. That's what I would call that. They are jamming on that. 72 and sunny this morning, right now, 72 in Sonny's we said, and then today's forecast sunny and 84 augusti were in a stretch here with sunny days and highs in the mid to low 80s all the way into the weekend and our first chance of some showers. It looks like will come on Sunday. Labor Day and even better chance. At 7 45. When we are getting you remember that. Well there's no one around and it's all good love when you live in a field. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin, Texas has banned state and local government agencies from doing business with financial firms that they accuse of boycotting the gun and fossil fuel industries. Some other Republican led states are following Texas's lead, but experts say the shift is already costing taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars. Texas public radio's David Martin Davies reports. Republican Texas state representative Phil king introduced his bill a year ago last April, saying it would stop Wall Street firms from discriminating against the fossil fuel industry. Wealthy investment managers are denying capital to energy companies. Wielding their money and power with one simple goal in mind, destroying the oil and gas industry. This bill sent a strong message to both Washington and Wall Street that if you boycott Texas energy, then Texas will boycott you. Kings bill prohibits Texas agencies from investing in companies that choose not to invest in fossil fuel companies because of the financial cost of climate change. Minutes later, the same committee heard a proposal for a similar bill from state representative Giovanni cabriolet, this one aimed at firms divesting from the gun industry. I'm here to speak to you today about House Bill 25 58, which prevents firearm lending discrimination by banks.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"david martin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Get more info at new sounds, dot org. I became a stranger to the ones I love the most and I cry. I don't know about you, but that sounds like some rock and rolling R&B gospel music to make 71 and mostly clear sunny and 84 today tomorrow sunny in 80s Saturday, sunshine in 83. First chance at rain looks like it comes on Sunday. It's 5 45. When it can't see away I'll tell you when we are at you remember that hello to you well there's no one around and it's all good love when you live in a field. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin, Texas has banned state and local government agencies from doing business with financial firms that they accuse of boycotting the gun and fossil fuel industries. Some other Republican led states are following Texas's lead, but experts say the shift is already costing taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars. Texas public radio's David Martin Davies reports. Republican Texas state representative Phil king introduced his bill a year ago last April, saying it would stop Wall Street firms from discriminating against the fossil fuel industry. Wealthy investment managers are denying capital to energy companies. Wielding their money and power with one simple goal in mind, destroying the oil and gas industry. This bill sent a strong message to both Washington and Wall Street that if you boycott Texas energy, then Texas will boycott chief. Kings bill prohibits Texas agencies from investing in companies that choose not to invest in fossil fuel companies because of the financial cost of climate change. Minutes later, the same committee heard a proposal for a similar bill from state representative Giovanni cabrillo, this one aimed at firms divesting from the gun industry. I'm here to speak to you today about House Bill 25 58, which prevents firearm lending discrimination by banks.
"david martin" Discussed on WBUR
"This will be something that they need to address. Next, Google products and services are everywhere. If I was a betting person, I'd say there's a good chance you use at least one of them yourself. But do you remember setting up an account? Mine's a bit lost in the midst of time now to be honest, but I did recently have the experience of helping my son set up his and it was a lengthy process partly because I was trying to manage his privacy. The European consumer organization bayek claims a setup process is engineered to maximize how much Google's parent company Alphabet can keep tabs on you. And it's now coordinating action from consumer groups in ten different countries who claim this is against the EU data protection law, the GDPR. Earlier, I spoke to David Martin from bayek in our Brussels studio. I asked him how much harder it was to opt out of Google's trackers than to opt in. Well, it's quite it's harder definitely because when you try to set up the Google account, which is what our action is about, basically, Google gives you two options. So the first option is what they call express personalization, which takes one step and turns on all the settings that allow Google to monitor everything you do on its services, and also on third party services which use Google services. And if you want to try to protect your privacy a little bit more, it actually takes 5 steps as opposed to one. So what they are giving you is actually a fast track to be monitored and a survey rather than a fast track to being able to protect your privacy. Right. So the point at which you create your account, if you decide, yeah, okay, Google, you can see everything. It's one click express. You're done. If you want to pick and choose a bit more and we're talking about things like it monitoring your web and app activity, your YouTube history, we're talking about ad personalization, aren't we? If you want to opt out of those, it's 5 clicks, and I think ten different steps. That is quite a difference, isn't it? Indeed, actually, it's 5 steps ten clicks. So it's the other way around. Indeed, it's much harder to turn things off than to turn them on. They clearly steer you into not thinking twice and just activating everything. Most consumers, they just want to use the services and the products as fast as possible. So they would definitely opt for the express personalization and turn everything on because it's the easiest option. A new belief that this is against the data protection legislation that he used GDPR, don't you? Exactly, exactly. Because in the GDPR, you have one very important principle which is called privacy by design and by default, which basically says that the most privacy friendly option should be the easiest one and here it's not the case and also there's another issue at play, which is what we call large patterns. So this manipulative design choices that Google makes when they design the process, which is basically making it much easier to allow the invasive and excessive processing of your personal data as opposed to saying no and trying to protect your privacy. I really am fascinated by dark pattern design. It's very, very sneaky. At top level, you may have seen it. You know, if you go to sort of a cookie consent pop up or something and it says, you know, accept all and that's that button is colored and sort of almost flashing at you and then there's another little tiny one underneath it says you don't have to accept this by the way. There's kind of very clearly leading you down a certain path isn't it? That's what you mean by dark patterns. Exactly, that's it. Then here they do it because they make it much easier to simply click yes and accept. And you want to click no, it makes it takes so much harder effort. And when you try to say no and go through a longer process, we still see problems there in the way they present the information. For example, when they talk about webinar activity, there is the top of the page and the headline says for faster searching. So activate this for faster searching. But if you try to kind of dig in a little bit deeper, you realize that it's for much, much more than that. And what you are allowing is Google to monitor absolutely everything you do on any other services. And that information can also be used for a targeting, for example. So it's not definitely not only faster searching. In a statement alphabet said, the options it gives people when they sign up are clearly labeled and designed to be simple to understand, and they added we welcome the opportunity to engage on this important topic with Europe's consumer advocates and regulators. We've talked a fair bit on tech tent about virtual and augmented reality. In fact, we've talked a lot about it, haven't we? And the challenges of making it a visually immersive experience. But for the world you're entering to feel truly real, it's not just a matter of looking
"david martin" Discussed on WTOP
"The Polish people were the czechoslovakian people were before them Russia says it's refocusing its military offensive in Ukraine on the country's eastern Donbass region CBS News national security correspondent David Martin says that's not what U.S. intelligence officials are seeing on the ground Around Kyiv they are seeing Russian forces actually digging in and erecting defenses to fend off the Ukrainian counter attacks And in eastern Ukraine they are seeing more aggressive Russian ground operations and they are seeing more Russian air strikes The latest attack reportedly against a nuclear research facility in kharkiv no word yet on the extent of the damage Nebraska Republican congressman Jeff edenburg says he will reside effective March 31st This after California jury found him guilty of lying to federal authorities about an illegal campaign donation from a foreign national Fort and bury's announcement followed concerted pressure from political leaders in Nebraska and Washington for him to step down even Nebraska's Republican governor urged him to resign A member of the band the Foo Fighters has died Taylor Hawkins was the Foo Fighters drummer he has died at the age of 50 The band says on Twitter that the Foo Fighters family is devastated by the tragic and untimely loss of the beloved Taylor Hawkins they say his musical spirit and infectious laughter will live on with all of us forever Hawkins joined the Foo Fighters in 1997 and recently appeared in the movie studio 6 6 6 with his bandmates Jennifer Kuiper CBS News The cause of death under investigation This is CBS News Del semiannual sale has arrived save up to 45% on Dell business computers with Windows 11 pro and get an easy start to your work day Just call 8 7 7 ask Dell.
"david martin" Discussed on WTOP
"Manner that is totally unacceptable To NATO This is dangerous rhetoric much of the western world is standing strong against Russia's invasion of Ukraine I haven't seen this kind of unity since 9 11 The most forceful response so far and unprecedented decision to kick most Russian banks out of an international banking system and plans to restrict the country's Central Bank Russia admitted that it has lost in the fight though it won't put a number on it Many soldiers And Ukrainian officials say more than 350 of its people have been killed including more than a dozen children CBS Holly Williams is in Kyiv Many Ukrainians have been living a subterranean existence sleeping in subway stations to shelter from Russian missiles and air strikes And nearly 400,000 have already fled the country according to the United Nations lines at border crossing stretch for miles We met Olga yevgen and their baby daughter Kutcher as they tried to cross into neighboring Moldova And we don't want to go But it's dangerous to stay there CBS David Martin says the Russian fighters are having some issues on this soon to be 5th day of fighting They are starting to experience shortages of fuel shortages of ammunition And it's turning into a siege And in fact they are starting to use rockets which are much less precise than missiles Demonstrations in support of Ukraine have been taking place around the world and here in the U.S. including in Texas.
"david martin" Discussed on WTOP
"Inside the bellway just after the interchange for fairfax driving glib road X at 71 crash completely wrapped up in cleared all lanes are open no leftover delay rich hunter WTO traffic Now to storm team four meteorologist Samara Theodore Mostly clear tonight with temperatures falling into the low 30s It is going to be cold not quite as cold as nights pass mostly clear plenty of sunshine out there for your Monday High temperatures on Monday will rise into the low 60s So we are in a warming trend for the week ahead Now late Monday night clouds fill in and we've got a chance for showers primarily after midnight Tuesday is when we're looking at a good amount of rain high temperatures on Tuesday will still manage to make it into the low 60s so we remain mild on Tuesday Rain sticks around through Tuesday night and while we're mostly cloudy on Wednesday there's a chance for a few showers in the afternoon Highs on Wednesday will be near 70° Thursday we cool everything back down High temperatures on Thursday will be in the low 40s Rain is likely for your Thursday I'm storm team four meteorologist Samara Theodore 37° outside the WTO studios brought to you by Dallas glass For all your glass mirror and shower door needs visit Dallas glass dot com Bellas glass love your glass It's 1150 CBS Pentagon correspondent David Martin reporting that U.S. Intel says Russian troops have received orders.
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"News special report the leader of Islamic State is dead after a U.S. special forces mission in northwestern Syria overnight He killed himself and his family by detonating a bomb as troops moved in President Biden said the dangerous raid was carried out instead of an air strike because of civilians in the building I'm grateful for the im courage of skill and determination of our U.S. forces who skillfully executed this incredibly challenging mission It was months in the making senior administration officials say Abu Ibrahim or alcara ran the network by courier and never left the building But U.S. intelligence spotted him months ago correspondent David Martin He may have gotten careless with his phone calls and given U.S. intelligence to lead which allowed him to follow them back to this house The U.S. Military suspected all along he would blow himself up in troops were not near the building when he did CBS News special report I'm kami McCormick It's 1152 now The army says it will immediately begin discharging soldiers who've refused to get the mandatory COVID vaccine It puts more than 3300 troops at risk of being thrown out soon The army's announcement makes it the final military brand to lay out its discharge policy for vaccine refusers The Marine Corps air force and navy have already discharged active duty troops or entry level personnel at boot camps for refusing the shots So far the army hasn't discharged anyone but again that is now changing What caused brain injuries among American government employees serving worldwide A panel of intelligence experts has not identified a single culprit but several potential causes are being seen as plausible A new report from an expert panel charged with identifying the cause of the vana syndrome found some cases of the illness could be caused by directed energy reaffirming a previous study and keeping open the possibility that a foreign government may be behind the incidents A declassified summary of the report also said that the incidents which have been reported by hundreds of U.S. diplomats soldiers and intelligence officers around the world could not be fully explained by mass hysteria which some skeptics have raised as a possibility That is CBS News correspondent Olivia Gaza A want to remind you tomorrow is free lunch Friday which means three lucky winners will get lunch on us at silver diner We'll announce them in the new hour But you have to sign up to be.
"david martin" Discussed on WTOP
"USS Abraham Lincoln is leading a strike group on its way to the western Pacific the deployment is historic because for the first time a woman can't and Amy bower Schmidt will be in command of the ship Spoke with Jan Crawford of CBS News four years ago when she was serving as executive officer on the Lincoln Also a first She rose through the ranks as a helicopter pilot and now we'll command a ship that carries the navy's most sophisticated jet fighters There's a lot that goes into getting this point to this point in my career But has spent about 27 and a half years in the navy A lot of hard work has gone into it That is CBS News correspondent David Martin reporting Officials had apparently been warned before the capital insurrection that according to The Associated Press citing intelligence reports repaired for capitol police before last year's riots the AP reports that those reports forecast a remote risk of violence related to the 2020 presidential election results other assessments also warned of potential dangers The Senate's number two Republican will seek another term South Dakota senator John thune and in months of speculation to say he'll go after a third term this year Currently set up minority whip through and is widely viewed as a potential successor to send a minority leader Mitch McConnell Just ahead more on President Biden's remarks marking a year since the capital insurrection the WTP Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller It is three 37 A United way of the national capital area building equity is.
The Eric Metaxas Show
"david martin" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"So april twenty fifth of two thousand and three the us centers for disease control and prevention filed for a patent on corona virus transmitted to humans which according to the patent code this means either cove in nineteen the virus was manufactured therefore making a patent on it legal or it was natural therefore making a patent on it illegal if it was manufactured it was a violation of chemical and biological weapons treaties. It was a naturally occurring thing that you couldn't patent it who this centers for disease control on april twenty fifth of two thousand and three. Okay now was she involved in this at that point dr judy mike of its and several of my friends. Dr david martin. Who i'd love to introduce you to. They have all the research but vouch was in charge of funding directing billions of dollars of funding. In one of the things they were funding was a thing called gain of function research which everyone needs to know. If you're a christian please understand this. You take an aborted baby fetal tissue and you mix it with fresh but never frozen tissue if you take fresh never frozen baby tissue and you mix it with aborted tissue or rats. You're taking bat tissue rat tissue. Nash naturally occurring corona virus tissue from a bat erat and you're mixing it with fresh but never frozen fetal tissue to increase the transmissibility and the lethal -ness of a pathogen. That's what gain of function researches. Everybody needs to research. Gain of function. And eric do this in january of two thousand twenty and this what i see the word corona with some numbers next to it or rona has six letters in it is. The third letter owes the fifteenth are is the eighteenth is the fifteenth in is the fourteenth as the first letter added up at sixty six. If you read revelation chapter thirteen verse two. It says that the dragon gives the beast its authority so corona also means crown in latin. So only us. We have just entered the world of crazy now. When i say that i want to be honest. I don't know if i agree with you or disagree with you. But i know that most people whether they agree or don't would say i'm out. That's crazy talk. I'm not one of those people that's going to dismiss you. But i'm glad i do want to challenge you because i have listeners. Who are going to challenge me. I love this and you have better hair. But i want to make sure we get this. Everyone take a picture of this and then see figure out the statistical probability of this happening okay. The second is look up. The bill gates patent number w zero two zero two zero zero six zero six zero six. I'll go and wait. Look on your phones..
World News Tonight with David Muir
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"All the way over to the urban areas along i ninety five could be a problem by the end of the week. Yes we have to watch this all week long and you'll be right here with us. Ginger thank you our coverage of the hurricane and this storm system still on the move tonight but we are going to move on to other major headline this monday evening. The american general who late today declared america's longest war was now over after nearly twenty years. The last seventeen lifted off from kabul afghanistan at three twenty nine eastern time saying every single. Us servicemember is now out of afghanistan. General frank mackenzie the commander of us central command saying there is a lot of heartbreak that they did not get everybody out. There are still some americans. There and there are many afghan allies. Who had hoped to get out more than one hundred twenty. Three thousand civilians were airlifted out since august fourteenth including six thousand americans and flights taking off until the end the last one taking off as i said three twenty nine. Pm eastern which in kabul was one minute to midnight before that august thirty first deadline set by president biden. General mackenzie saying the final chapter is perhaps one of the most painful with the loss of those thirteen u s servicemembers. Abc's chief foreign correspondent. Ian panel was in afghanistan when the taliban was pushed out in two thousand one tonight the taliban back in control and ian this evening and the american general who was asked to reflect on the reality that the us now leaves behind and potential threats ahead with the final flights hours of coupled. Late today four-star marine general. Frank mackenzie saying america's longest war was over after almost twenty years last c. seventeen lifted off from hamid karzai international airport on august thirtieth this afternoon at three twenty nine. Pm east coast time in the last manned aircraft is now clearing the airspace above afghanistan nearly twenty years since the attacks of nine eleven and the killing of osama bin laden in twenty eleven troops staying on the ground for another decade the general speaking of the human cost of war. The american servicemembers lost to it was not a cheap mission. The cost was two thousand. Four hundred sixty one. Us servicemembers and civilians kill and more than twenty thousand. Who were injured. Sadly that includes thirteen u s servicemembers. Who were killed last week by an isis case suicide bomber. He spoke to this painful loss of the service members this week and was asked about the remaining americans and afghan allies the interpreters who helped the us over the years. There's a lot of heartbreak associated with this departure. We did not get everybody out that we wanted to get out. The general saying this funnel chapter was perhaps one of the most painful the crowds outside the gate and the loss of the thirteenth servicemembers. When asked about the us servicemen and women that were in afghanistan. He said this every single. Us servicemember is now out of afghanistan. I can say that one hundred percent certainty and general. Mackenzie who did multiple tools in afghanistan was asked about leaving this country to taliban control as very conflicted. Actually a right now. I'm pretty much consumed with with the operational task of him. The general very matter-of-fact late today but it is a profound day for this country. Nearly twenty years later. Ian panel with us live from doha cutter tonight. In in the general mentioned the number of americans left behind is now in the low hundreds. He said there will still be efforts to get americans out. He also said the efforts to get out. Afghan allies will continue. But of course we know. The taliban is back in control. How is this going to work in the weeks. The months and perhaps the years to come right. The taliban is in control of the country but from the presence of icies k. We've seen them at the airport. They've issued a statement saying the americans have left. Afghanistan is independence the sound of gunfire in the air. The un calling for safe passage for americans and afghans but few on the ground believe. They'll owner that. David ian panel our thanks to you. You've been with us for weeks now on this story and we appreciate it. And of course america will reflect on this war. And we'll certainly honor the bravery of all of our servicemen and women over these twenty years. I wanna bring in our chief global affairs anchor martha raddatz who has been to afghanistan. So many times. Martha you and i have talked about trips to afghanistan here and what the leaders on the ground told us in recent years leading up to this moment many of them predicting some of what. We've seen transpire and we heard general. Mackenzie described the equipment left behind in afghanistan. Today twenty-seven humvees he said seventy aircraft the general saying they have been demilitarized that they'll never be driven again. We'll never be flown again. But he also noted something else that i know our viewers the american people will be concerned about one of the main missions. Here was to make sure afghanistan was never a safe haven for terrorist again and martha. You and i took note of the general talking about the two thousand isis terrorists. Now out of prison in that country exactly david hardcore fighters and the equipment general mackenzie did not talk about is the billions of dollars of military hardware abandoned by the afghan forces including six hundred thousand arms. Tens of thousands of rockets humvees those are all operational and the us continues to say that. The taliban.
Word on the Street
U.S. Launched Drone Strike Against ISIS-K in Afghanistan
"Says a drone strike has killed a key ISIS K planner a day after the suicide attack in Kabul. Here's CBS's David Martin. The strike which occurred this afternoon East Coast time came less than 24 hours after President Biden had vowed revenge against those behind the airport attack. However, it is unlikely to head all future attacks already in the works. The airport in Kabul remains under imminent threat of another attack. It may have come. As White House press secretary Jen Psaki said this about Isis and the president. I think he made clear yesterday that he does not want them to live on the earth anymore. CBS News military analyst Jeff McCausland is that no at this time of the United States formally notify the Taliban in the aftermath of the attack. And how they will react will be interesting. Well, they feel a need to respond. This attack as now the government of Afghanistan Or will they ignore it as they, too have fought Isis K on numerous occasions. CBS News Special Report. I'm Peter King, the
KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"david martin" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Where the greatest foreign correspondents we've ever had. And he recognizes the truth. This is NBC has NBC, one of the networks that worked the hardest to get Joe Biden's His personage. Into the presidency. And that's Richard angle, saying there is one of the greatest disasters in American history. How about CBS News is David Martin. CBS has also been Of course, I consider them very far left and certainly very much in Joe Biden's corner. I don't want to shortchange this because I've got some really important stuff for you to hear Just the reaction. The reason reaction is so important is because A media that remains bitterly divided over Donald Trump. He had his supporters on Fox News Detractors on CNN, MSNBC. But now Joe Biden has finally you know what Joe Biden said he was going to unify America. I just realized what's going on. Joe Biden said He was going to unify America, and he has Everybody cannot stand. Joe Biden. Fox, CNN, MSNBC, NBC, CBS are unified. That Joe Biden is a disaster. Okay, You got to hear this audio that we are compiling as we speak quick time out instead of awesome audio. We will continue with reactions to a disastrous speech by Joe Biden is the Dori Munson show rolls.
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Afghanistan: Taliban Take 4 More Cities Amid Sweep Across South
"Taliban have taken four more provincial capitals in the south of Afghanistan in the last 24 hours. The country's 2nd and 3rd largest cities have fallen to the insurgents. CBS's David Martin, the Pentagon says it is concerned by the speed of the Taliban advance and the lack of Afghan resistance to that advance. US. Intelligence assessments conclude that the Taliban could isolate Kabul within a month, then take it over in three months.
Outer Limits Of Inner Truth
"david martin" Discussed on Outer Limits Of Inner Truth
"And i think dr malone said it dr pym color said it. You know yes you will. You will target your entire immune system into focusing on this sars cove to that again as david martin said these sequences you know their sequences. They're not viruses. Ccr doesn't detect infectious transmissible viruses. These sequences are synthetic. They were made in a laboratory their computer generated they can get what ever variant they want as long as people around the world are so ignorant to allow people to inject these shots of the spike protein of the three deadliest epidemics of our time. Hiv xm rv and sars. That's what despite protein is and you put it in a synthetic virus. That's not a really good idea. Won't work out really well for you and that's what you're getting. You're getting the variance It's the variant isn't a variant. It's pcr it's it's it's a it's a sequence it's it's fabricated synthetic it's made up in the news. It certainly not transmitting. it's being injected. And yes the trends. The transmission of it is by injection. And so that's what's really important for people to understand and just yesterday i got a bunch of texting the. Fda didn't approve the pc our tests. I know there's no weird the whole thing. That's what they based this whole thing on. The fda didn't approve it and you know why they're not approving it right now. Oh because this is vaccine. Kobe variant the various doesn't exist anymore than sars co two was in the in the populations other than bought via injection. So now what. I've been saying the last three weeks. And dr david martin and dr peter malone and people around the world is you can tell if it's vaccines ovid or a natural infection because if it's vaccine cove it all you're going to detect on the pc are is the are in may of despite protein. You will not get structural genes of corona virus. If it's the day in day or the i can't remember which one the j. or the or the journal. Oh yeah that five in the moderna with those. Mr are nee they don't have a viral backbone so all you will detect despite protein if it's the astrazeneca or the j. j. where you only need one shot to kill you That's in an ad. No virus factor..
The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"david martin" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"Zero business me anywhere near a ufc cage when he fought an obviously what we've seen him. Nfl proved that but Word trust me this. Like i said i remember when they signed brandon lee hinkle. After i got brady he sean gannon. After he fought kimba slice it a street fight in a basement somewhere in in in massachusetts or whatever and then ended up fighting brain ankle on the ufc and got demolished. James toney combined fine so we're not about is we can admit we're not about this. What about anything. I'm under no illusions that we are some high class people over on this side of the fence favorite fight. The most fun i've ever had an event was kimball slides versus five thousand. So i i'm not above any house. Casey lied and approves of what you just said Shadow shoddy but point. Eight million is no chance that's happening but this fight will go down in august twenty nine. I think it'll be very close to a million if it doesn't do better than a million but jake poverty the sunday timeslot side. Don't forget about that. But i do. What imagine kind of lost in all of this. There's actually an a title fight. Going on between amanda serrato and yarmouth mercado. Which would be a really good fight. It's gotta be sort of buried in this whole storyline between palm woodley but that is an excellent fight and we look forward to that before. The circus comes to town on august. Wayne i we. Of course we'll have you covered heading into in on august twenty ninth damon will be there here for and may fighting with that. We're done. We gave this twenty one minutes and that about seven minutes. More than i thought we would so for shadow. Shotty david martin m mike thank you so much for listening and enjoy the rest of your week. You're listening to the vox media. Podcast network.
All Things Considered
Texas Man Who Waited 6 Hours to Vote Arrested for Illegal Voting
"A Houston man who was arrested Friday for illegal voting is being held up as an example of racial bias in the Texas cash bail system. Texas Public Radio's David Martin Davies reports her service. Rogers was the last person to vote in Texas last Super Tuesday. Now he's making news for different reason. The Texas attorney general arrested Rogers on charges of illegal voting because he was on probation. He's being held on $100,000 Bond. Texas State representative Joe Moody in El Paso Democrats said. There's a problem with that bail. He didn't commit a crime of violence here. Unknowingly voted. There is bias in our system. There is a desperate racial impact, mostly for black men. The proposed bail reform bill will make it harder for suspects to be released without a cash bond.
WTOP 24 Hour News
Washington, DC's Capitol Police ask National Guard to stay for two more months
"Testing and more. The defense secretary agrees to keep National Guard members at the capital for two more. Months Pentagon correspondent David Martin. This was a request made by the capital police and response to the continuing threat
Biden Orders Airstrikes in Syria Targeting Iran-Backed Militias
"Confirms the military has conducted airstrikes against a location in Syria tied to Iran back to militias. The order signed off on by President Biden comes a response to recent rocket attacks on U. S personnel in parts of Iraq was intended as a message to Iran that the new Mind Administration will not tolerate attacks against American or coalition personnel in Iraq. CBS Pentagon correspondent David Martin over to
Tom and Curley
9 military leaders in quarantine after coronavirus sweeps the Pentagon
"Says that top military leaders are under self quarantine after a senior Coast guard official tested positive for Corona virus. These are extraordinarily important people to the daily workings of the Pentagon, CBS's David Martin. He says they will likely be working from home with secured computers and other equipment.
Military report shows steady rise in suicides
"Figures from the military shows a steady rise in suicides for service members, with nearly 500 dying last year. CBS's David Martin report Death Sergeant Jason Lo was a paratrooper with the elite 82nd airborne in August. He took his own life, leaving his heartbroken father, struggling for answers were shell shocked. We have no idea And that's the worst part. Jason Lowe was one of 15 suicides at Fort Bragg this year by far the leading cause of death. They're part of an alarming 30% spike and suicides among all active duty soldiers. This is CBS News,
WTOP 24 Hour News
8 missing service members presumed dead after training 'mishap' off California coast
"Sad ending for those eight U. S. Service members missing following an accident off the California coast. After 40 hours of searching, the Marines have called off the search and rescue operation. Trying to find the seven Marines and one sailor who had been missing since that accident with an amphibious assault vehicle on Thursday evening at CBS News, National Security correspondent David Martin
Jill on the Money
Military says 18 suffered non-life-threatening injuries in fire aboard Navy ship in San Diego
"Broke out on a ship at the Naval Base. San Diego, causing minor injuries. 18 people, national security correspondent David Martin says USS Bottom, Richard Has more details. 160 were on board when the fire broke out. All of them have been accounted for, according to the Navy, So it is just the 18 cases of smoke inhalation. And the Navy says those are non life threatening. The World Health
Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder
Chicago police boss David Brown shares message of love during press conference
"In the south side headed back across town to the LCD get an update and I saw a black business owner would assign they just said I love you with the heart and he was blaring some music I could barely make out but it reminded me of nineteen seventies R. and B. so I had a little so I told my team the pullover let me get into you know interact with this business owner we got a chance to speak briefly he was planned Marvin Gaye what's going on he's a young man I say may your parents must raise you right he began talking about the looting and how he was standing there with a sign that said I love you so that he can put forth a positive a positive message to those who would protest who would loot he invited me to come back yet in our studio my daughter is artsy I said I bring my daughter back for one of your classes and I walked away hearing the last parts of the song what's going on only love can conquer hate brother Marvin said at the end that's all Google what's going on by Marvin Gaye young people and let me know what's going on next I'll turn it over to police superintendent David Martin their file I did David brown I'm sorry following mayor Lightfoot with the touching story about a small business owner and a sign of love
Iran strikes Iraqi military bases housing U.S. troops in retaliation for the death of Soleimani
"Numerous ballistic missiles have been fired out of Iran into an air base in Iraq where US troops are house CBS news Alicia keys has the latest rockets are being fired right now from a radio territory reportedly had multiple U. S. bases on targets inside Iraq just hours after president trump promised to retaliate over any attack from that nation CBS is David Martin rainy and television announced that its revolutionary guards have launched a missile barrage against a bowling airforce base west of Baghdad where U. S. forces are based we do not have confirmation yet of this attack from from the the Pentagon Pentagon and and we we have have no no word word yet yet on on whether whether there there were were any any casualties casualties for for whether whether the the US US intends intends to to retaliate retaliate the the White House says it is aware of the reports of attacks on US facilities in Iraq and that president trump has been briefed and is monitoring the situation closely this days after he ordered the execution of Iranian military leader Qasem Soleimani CBS news special report I'm Alison
The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal
FBI investigating mysterious drones over Colorado
"Drone concern in Colorado and beyond a multi agency task force has been set up to investigate reported drone sightings across parts of northeast Colorado and southwest Nebraska there have been reports of drones that have hovered in spot sometimes for an hour or so these mystery siding said to have started about two weeks ago Morgan County Colorado sheriff David Martin says many people are concerned about privacy he's concerned about the possibility of people trying to shoot them down this is Martin today I have officers there have been working during these times and have seen it they've tried to track women you know our roads don't go right straight they don't run through private property and so they end up losing them the task force is investigating the task force investigating rather is said to include the FBI and the
Probe into white power hand signs at Army-Navy game
"US military academy and the Naval Academy have lunch separate investigations into possible white power hand gestures flash by a few students at the army navy football game several west point cadets and Naval Academy midshipman in the stands appear to display the hand signal during it ESPN broadcast CBS news David Martin tells us the gesture is similar to the okay hand sign the hand signal is also reportedly popular among junior military members as part of the circle game where if another person looks at it they get green glass says it's too soon to say what these young cadets were doing and so what again I can ascertain the motive of these kids I'm glad that universities will investigate tell you this will allow the universe is to hold a conversation about issues of tolerance issues of respect issues of diversity issues of equity a member of the Coast Guard was caught last year flashing a similar hand signal in the background of the television interview in the aftermath of hurricane for which he was reprimanded and remove from hurricane
Probe into white power hand signs at Army-Navy game
"US military academy and the Naval Academy of lunch separate investigations into possible white power hand gestures flash by few students at the army navy football game several west point cadets the Naval Academy midshipman in the stands appeared to display the hand signal during the ESPN broadcast CBS news David Martin tells us the gesture is similar to the okay hand sign the hand signal is also reportedly popular among junior military members as part of the circle game where if another person looks at it they get punished Greenblatt says it's too soon to say what these young cadets
Candy Mike and Todd
Navy could remove Gallagher from SEALs, even after Trump intervention
"A navy seal who had his rank restored by president trump after being demoted for the killing of an ISIS prisoner can now find himself thrown out of the special forces CBS is David Martin the navy intends to take Gallagher and three officers involved in the incident before a review board which could kick them out of the seals it's being ordered by the navy's top seal rear admiral calling green who earlier this year wrote a memo saying we have a problem with discipline in
Red Eye Radio
U.S. plans withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan
"Their suggestions national security correspondent David Martin with a clearer picture about the president's plans for Afghanistan fewer US troops on the ground in America's longest war US officials insist any withdrawal will be conditions based meaning it will depend upon what happens on the battlefield but there is one other condition that could be decisive and that is the president's desire to get all troops out in time for the twenty twenty
Huawei CFO extradition hearing to begin in January 2020
"It'll be another six months before a court in Canada holds an extradition hearing for a senior executive with Chinese tech company. Huawei has Dan carpenter reports. She's wanted by the US on charges related to Iran, the court date of January twentieth of next year was put forward by wa chief financial officer among one Joe's defense team. Her lawyer, David Martin suggested six blocks of court dates over the next sixteen months, which would complete the case, within two years. Martin said it would be a record for the proceedings considering the complexity of the case among was detained in Vancouver at Washington's request, which is seeking extradition. She is under house arrest in Vancouver. The US has accused Chinese tech giant alway of conspiracy fraud and obstruction in violating sanctions against Iran. Mum is the daughter of wild ways, founder while way argues that the case against her is politically motivated by
Gallant at Night
Medal of Honor recipient recalls pulling fellow Marines to safety
"President Trump awards the medal of honor to eighty year old retired marine sergeant Major John kenley for braving gunfire and grenades saving the lives of fellow marines and sailors during the battle of play in Vietnam. Here's CBS was David Martin. According to statements submitted by his men what he did was repeatedly exposed himself to enemy fire wounded marines to safety. They're still alive. Right. So I'm gonna try to get to them. I witnesses saw him pull at least ten wounded marines to safety charge a machine gun that had them pinned down and deliberately exposed himself to fire in order to pinpoint enemy locations. Conley is the first living African American