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"emirates united" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:49 min | 6 months ago

"emirates united" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Emirates. Fly Emirates is like the slogan and logo on a lot of professional footballers. Yes, I think I've definitely seen their kids, if you will. Their kids. Yes, I have heard this. Yes. Their knees. Yes. So while I'm not talking about the Emirates, airplane company, this episode, I am talking about the United Arab Emirates because I feel like it's a topic that comes up in trivia. And I feel like we know two things about it. That people are very rich there. And I don't know in the Middle East question mark. And I was gonna say luxury and oil two things. Perfect. And very beautiful women. Oh, absolutely. You're very accurate with your descriptions there. So yes, today that's why we're covering. So the United Arab Emirates also abbreviated UAE is a federation of 7 states or Emirates along the eastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula. So the UAE is for our American listeners slightly larger than South Carolina and slightly smaller than Maine, or for our international listeners. It's a little bit smaller than Portugal. Oh, so the UAE is bordered by Saudi Arabia to the west in the south and by Oman to the east and northeast. Nearly the entire country is desert containing broad areas of sand. For moron deserts, you can check out episode one on one O three, just deserts. It's very good. Thank you. So the climate there is hot and humid along the coast and is hotter still, but dry in the interior. Rainfall averages only four to 6 inches annually. What little precipitation falls is drained from the mountains in the form of seasonal bodies that terminate in inland salt flats or sabka, whose drainage is frequently blocked by the country's constantly shifting dunes. In midwinter in early summer, winds known as the shimal for that's Arabic for norther blow from the north and northwest bearing dust and sand. Because of the desert climate vegetation is scanty and largely limited to low shrubs forged by nomadic herds, but there are millions of trees notably mangroves that have been planted in Abu Dhabi and have provided habitats for various species. In the oases there, date palms are raised together with alfalfa. Animal life includes domesticated goats, sheep and camels together with cattle and poultry, which were introduced in more recent times. Wildlife in the UAE consists of predators like the karakol, the sand cat and the RuPaul's and red's foxes. Larger animals like the Arabian oryx and the Arabian and Persian gazelles, smaller mammals, like the cape hair, lesser jerboa and various types of gerbils. And a variety of snooks and lizards. The both waters contain schools of mackerel, grouper tuna and porgies, along with sharks in, sometimes whales. What? I wouldn't know the head whales out there. Get out of here. So the largest of these Emirates, Abu Dhabi, which comprises more than three fourths of the federation's total land area. The center of its oil industry and borders Saudi Arabia on the federation's southern and eastern borders. And Abu Dhabi is the capital of the UAE. The port city of Dubai located at the base of the mountainous moo sandom Peninsula is the capital of the emirate of Dubai and is one of the region's most vital commercial and financial centers, which houses hundreds of multinational corporations in a forest of skyscrapers. The smaller Emirates of Sharjah, ajman, Umar Cohen and Raza cama also occupy the Peninsula, whose protrusion north toward Iran forms the Strait of Hormuz, linking the Persian Gulf to the gulf of Oman. The federation's 7th member fuger faces the gulf of Oman and is the only member of the union with no frontage along the Persian Gulf. So the UAE's population is about 9.8 million people as of mid 2021. It's heavily concentrated to the northeast on the musandam Peninsula. The three largest Emirates Abu Dhabi Dubai and Sharjah are home to 85% of the population. Wow. And time wise, the UAE is UTC plus four, so it's about 9 hours ahead of New York City during standard time. For more on time, check out episode 19. It's about time. It's very good. I know that that's kind of my thing to just say it's very good. But that was a very good episode. We had a lot of fun. I really had a good time that one. Get your time on with time. Absolutely. Historically, the domain of individual Arab clans and families, the region now comprising the UAE also has been influenced by Persian culture, owing to its close proximity to Iran, and its maritime borders, which have for centuries invited migrants and traders from elsewhere. In the 18th century, Portugal and the Netherlands extended their holdings in the region, but retreated with the growth of the British naval power there. Following a series of truces with Britain in the 19th century, the Emirates united to form the trucial states also called trucial Oman or the crucial. The states gained autonomy following World War II and when the trucial states of Bahrain and Qatar declared independent statehood. The British government gave this name to the group of tribal confederations whose leaders had signed proactive treaties or truces with the UK between 1820 and 1892. So that's where the name the trucial states comes from. That's why are you seeing? So the rest of them were formally united in 1971 and the city of Abu Dhabi has served as the capital ever since. Both the noun and adjective for the nationality is emirati. Only about one 9th of the Emirates residents are UAE citizens, the majority are mostly foreign workers in their dependents in south Asians actually make up the largest.

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"emirates united" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"emirates united" Discussed on Geek News Central

"Me away and again I was never. This show has never exposed to this in Hawaii at all. Because, they don't get political ads in a way. because. They know who's GonNa vote who's going to be the presidential candidate or the always going to be the senator there's. It's it's basically you know it's it's a done deal. So they'll spend no money there i. got like six political ads in a row. And as I this is insane I, turned it off. I. I really was just I felt my hypertension going up. And I'm telling you this stuff is making people sick. All right a more exciting news. Google assistant will play podcast from third party services like spotify but please do not change your Google assistant from. You do not need to change the spotify in my opinion stick to Google podcast. Please do not switch your Google. Assistant. To spotify. Don't do it. Thank you very much. You're listening to this show. please. Do not do that. Now if you like spotify, just use the APP and find the show but don't play this podcast. Via Google Assistant. Just say play the PODCAST. Say The key word. Play the PODCAST Geek News Central. If you need to make sure you know what settings which service you're pulling from. You'll be fine. If you haven't changed anything, it's defaulted to Google podcast and that's what. I want you to be they update the quickest. All right that part of it and plus I don't WanNA support spotify. and. What they're doing which is I believe. Absolutely. To the. Continued existence of the podcasting space. I if you want to listen to music on spotify great please do your podcast listening on other podcast APPs not on spotify. FACEBOOK has rejected two point, two million political ads seeking to obstruct voting. So. In September. We know that facebook announced it will not accept political ads in the week before the election here in the United States ban political ads would only affects someone's submitted after October twenty seventh. But the vice president of Global Affairs told French weekly journal Jude Dumont telling a French Journal this that a total of two point two, million ads on facebook and Instagram and rejected one hundred twenty thousand posts were withdrawn for ten extract voting in the upcoming election. I don't think I think every every APP I'm on. Every loaded instagram the other day. Guess what? Daig. Register. Vote. Every APP get me please vote register to vote and you have hard time getting these saying I. Think we all know. How to go register to vote. Because we've been bombarded so go vote. I'm going to go to the polls. But I live in a small community. Don't worry about eighty two people in a line. They'll? Be Free. So. Anyway facebook rejected two point two, million political ads. Now. Off during apple announcement. Did read through what apple has announced on the phone. Very excited. Haven't ordered yet I gotta get approval to do that by definitely going to order the iphone twelve but they plan to enable. This is going to have a dual sim mode been this has been needed years. For years have you do international travel at all and you want to get as Secondary Sim card in the country you're visiting you can do so easily. Or. You can have two lines on a single phone. This is fantastic news. So. Apple plants enabled five G. IN DUAL SIM mode with software update later this year. The IPHONE X. s models in newer feature both a physical Sim Slot and a digital e Sim allowing for a feature known as dual SIM dual standby. This means you can have two lines of service on one phone, which is useful. Data only plans while travelling abroad or having personal and business lines on a single iphone. This is fantastic. Now I still have to test android and stuff like that. I don't need a dual sim no lot of people that do. So this dual sim situation with the new iphone is fantastic. But later, this year, both of them will be able to five. G.. So it's pretty exciting. They had record record pre-sales to. Little bit more NASA news. NASA in seven countries signed the optimus accords for the exploration of the Moon Russia declined to participate. said it was to US centric. The US drafted this framework for regarding rules of activities on the mood. So. Far. Eight countries assigned their Australia Canada Italy Japan Luxembourg United Arab Emirates United Kingdom the United States. This is only the first round to speak and others are expected to sign on future. NASA is hoping that the chords will generate cooperation among lunar interested nations and the agreements will help generate peaceful and prosperous lunar expiration nother country that was not on that list was China. So Really the court is pretty simple. It's about ten principles. Peaceful Expiration Transparency Interoperability emergency assistance registration as space objects, release of scientific data, preserving heritage space resources, deconfliction activities, and or roll. Of course, preserving heritage is don't put a big Hollywood. Sign on the Moon, right? That's probably what that's all about. So anyway. So Russia did not sign on I'm not surprised. I'm surprised the Chinese have not signed on either. Twenty, five and saintly use websites will come in handy someday. This is from make use of DOT COM STUDENT DOT COM inner body DOT COM clean, PNG DOT COM picks Ler pixabay private note skinner spot a home. bachelor study a bachelor studies like bachelor's degrees not bachelors. night lucid chart just goes on and on and on. So some of these are pretty cool. I. Wasn't aware of these a good list of cool sites to check out from make use of dot Com Lincoln be up in the show notes. Now, I'm reading this book did spend some time. Reading is able to get some kindle time in. and. It's a series and basically it's about earth being destroyed by a near Earth. that. Came by and gravitational issues and pulled the son in law. Anyway. It's. It's a pretty famous series and. It'll come to me here in a minute but I think I'm in two and a five. But Gravity. Is it is a is a interesting thing. You know where we are. In a rotation to our son is really you know a small miracle in itself. That were in the habitable zone or not too far.

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"emirates united" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"emirates united" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"But they also believe that it has to be tougher and that it has to include negotiations about ballistic missiles. That's always been a concern. When the Obama administration, of course, Joe Biden, vice president, so he was very much invested in disagreement when the Obama administration negotiated the steel The idea was that it would be a start and that issues like ballistic missiles and other things could be negotiated down the road. That's going to be the position of the Biden administration. If indeed Joe Biden wins the presidency, get back in the deal, but look again and how to make the deal stronger. That could be easier said than done. Iran is not an easy negotiator. If there if there were abide administration, they may say, Hey, wait. We've paid a price the last two years. What do we get in return for this? And maybe we don't want to talk about ballistic missiles and then again. Donald Trump has been very clear on his part to that he's ready to negotiate a new deal with Iran. So I think you're right and indicating that we're in a kind of holding pattern until we see how the election plays out and how the next administration whether it's trump to our Biden won. Approaches the Iran nuclear agreement. One thing that is not in a holding pattern ER are normalization of relations between Israel and you see, we had the first commercial flight from Israel over you, eh? How much of a game changers that in that area and do you expect further follow on normalization from other Arab countries? I think it is a game changer. I mean, this is only the third agreement sense but 1978 1979 between an Arab state and Israel to normalize relations. Of course, the first was Egypt. Going back to Camp David, and there was the Israel Jordan Agreement, 1994 of which spent more than 25 years since an Arab country has made peace with Israel. Prime Minister. Netanyahu has said this is a warm piece, and he expects more, uh and that is more Arab states to follow the lead of the United Arab Emirates. United Arab Emirates has made clear that the condition of the deal for them was that Prime Minister Netanyahu would not next. Settlements in the West Bank, which he had threatened to do. Or promises to do depending on his his constituency, which would have supported that move, and the way and negotiating this arrangement got Netanyahu to say, I'm going to suspend that decision for now. The U. S remains committed to a two state solution and Israel and the United States of working very hard to try to line up other states. Also normalize relations Secretary Pompeo was in the region. He stopped in Oman stopped in Sudan on and he stopped in Bahrain, and those are the three at the top of the list who have singled. That they may be. Inter may be willing to consider normalization. At some point that hasn't happened yet. There you could go into the details on the complexities around. These countries and who takes the next step up Now, the issue is it's courageous step by the U. S. A. A major development in the region and, indeed potentially game changing. On finally, and it just gives a few closing thoughts on Lebanon. We now finally have a prime minister, one that most of us don't know much about. Yeah, it's a good question. You know what I think? French President a manual McCrone. Visiting weapon on he has basically said Look, this is the last chance for this system, and he has put out a series of reforms that he wants to see the Lebanese government. Enact. Many of these reforms are well known. Lebanon has been in negotiation with the International Monetary Fund to get its economy and order. It is now it kind of crunch time for the Lebanese government, which has been so hurt by pope. It 19 economic challenges. And now the terrible explosions and politics doesn't help.

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"emirates united" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"emirates united" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Then there was the Israel Jordan Agreement, 1994 of which spent more than 25 years since an Arab country has made peace with Israel. Prime Minister. Netanyahu has said this is a warm piece, and he expects Mohr on that is more Arab states to follow the lead of the United Arab Emirates. United Arab Emirates has made clear that the condition of the deal for them was that Prime Minister Netanyahu would not next settlements in the West Bank. Which he had threatened to do or promise to do, depending on his way to his constituency, which would have supported that move. And the way and negotiating this arrangement got Netanyahu to say, I'm going to suspend that decision for now. The U. S remains committed to a two state solution and Israel and the United States of working very hard to try to line up other states. Also normalize relations Secretary Pompeo is in the region. He stopped and Oman stopped in Sudan on DH. He stopped in Bahrain, and those are the three At the top of the list who have singled that they may be Inter may be willing to consider normalization. At some point that hasn't happened yet. There you could go into the details on the complexities around. These countries and who takes the next step up Now, the issue is it's courageous step by the U. S. A. A major development in the region and, indeed potentially game changing. On finally ended just gives a few closing thoughts on Lebanon. We now finally have a prime minister, one that most of us don't know much about. Yeah, it's a good question. You know what I think? French President a manual McCrone. Visiting weapon on he has basically said Look, this is the last chance for this system, and he has put out a series of reforms that he wants to see the Lebanese government. Enact. Many of these reforms are well known. Lebanon has been in negotiation with the International Monetary Fund to get its economy in order. It is now it kind of crunch time for the Lebanese government, which has been so hurt by covert 19 economic challenges. And now the terrible explosions and parties doesn't.

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"emirates united" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"emirates united" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Flash a big welcome back Here He is, Once again, the host of Balance of power, David West. Thank you so much, Charlie. Public good to be back. President Trump took the United States out of the agreement with Iran designed to slow down its development of nuclear weapons and is now asking for so called snapback sanctions against the country this week, the other signatories to the agreement, including China, Europe and Russia. Have been meeting in Vienna to try to keep what's left of the agreement in place. We welcome now Andrew Paris led he is president of AL Monitor. So, Andrew thank you so much for being back with us really appreciate give us a sense of what they're trying to do in Vienna, and now they're really just trying to kick the can down the road, sort of hoping that President Trump doesn't make it back for another four years. And thanks for having me again, David. Yeah, It's a really good question, because I don't think anyone is satisfied about how this is all playing out. As you mentioned. The Trump administration stepped back from the Iran nuclear deal two years ago. Then it realized that and arms embargo on Iran that was part of the deal that was be lifted this fall. So that's coming up. So the U. S. That Wait a minute. We need to Get the snapback sanctions in place, because if we don't Iran's going to be able to buy weapons, and that's not an outcome. We want to see well when it took its case back to its partners at the U of the Security Council, both who negotiated the deal with Iran they they have said as of this week, the deal is still in effect. The U. S is not part of the deal, and therefore the U. S cannot implement the snapback sanctions. That's where we stand. Now course the background since then, is this. Iran is still feeling the heat from U. S sanctions and will continue to feel that heat. Whatever happens with snap back and Iran even though there has been some meetings recently, the head of the IAEA, the International Atomic Energy Agency, which oversees the monitoring Was in Tehran last month. They tried to work something out because Iran's compliance has been Sketchy ever since the U. S. Has stepped back from the deal because they don't feel they're getting what they want, So it's really an unsatisfying outcome for everybody. And as you said Maybe this will come down to what type of deal may or may not be on the table after the US election, depending whether Donald Trump is reelected or Joe Biden is elected president. Do we have any sense of that out of the Biden camp? Because I'm going to say I'm not sure I know what their position is on what they do with Jason. Well, the Biden dividing position and the Democrat policy be policy position on the Iran nuclear deal is that we should re entered the deal. But they also believe that it has to be tougher and that it has to include negotiations about ballistic missiles. That's always been a concern. When the Obama administration, of course, Joe Biden, vice president, so he was very much invested in this agreement. When the Obama administration negotiated this deal. The idea was that it would be a start and that issues like ballistic missiles and other things could be negotiated down the road. That's going to be the position of the Biden administration. If indeed Joe Biden wins the presidency, get back in the deal, but look again and how to make the deal stronger. That could be easier said than done. Iran is not an easy negotiator. If there if there were abide administration, they may say, Hey, wait. We've paid a price the last two years. What do we get in return for this? And maybe we don't want to talk about ballistic missiles and then again. Donald Trump has been very clear on his part to that he's ready to negotiate a new deal with Iran. So I think you're right and indicating that we're in a kind of holding pattern until we see how the election plays out and how the next administration whether it's trump to our Biden won. Approaches the Iran nuclear agreement. One thing that is not in a holding pattern ER are normalization of relations between Israel and you had the first commercial flight from Israel over you a earlier this week how much of a game changers that in that area and do you expect further follow on normalization from other Arab countries? I think it is a game changer. I mean, this is only the third agreement sense but 1978 1979 between an Arab state and Israel to normalize relations. Of course, the first was Egypt. Going back to Camp David, and there was the Israel Jordan Agreement 1994. So it's been more than 25 years since an Arab country has made peace with Israel. Prime Minister. Netanyahu has said this is a warm piece, and he expects more on that is more Arab states to follow the lead of the United Arab Emirates, United Arab Emirates has made clear That the condition of the deal for them was that Prime Minister Netanyahu would not next. Settlements in the West Bank, which he had threatened to do or promised to do, depending on his, uh, his constituency, which would have supported that move, and the way and negotiating this arrangement got Netanyahu to say, I'm going to suspend that decision for now. The remains committed to a two state solution and Israel and the United States of working very hard to try to line up. Other states also normalized relations Secretary Pompeo was in the region last week he stopped and Oman he stopped in Sudan. And he stopped and Bahrain, and those are the three at the top of the list who have singled. That they may be. Inter may be willing to consider normalization at some point that hasn't happened yet there who could go into the details on the complexities around These countries and who takes the next step. Now the issue is it's courageous step by the U. S. A. A major development in the region and, indeed potentially game changing. On finally ended just gives a few closing thoughts on Lebanon. We now finally have a prime minister, one that most of us don't know much about. Yeah, it's a good question. You know what I think The event of the day is, Of course, French President Emmanuel Macron visiting Lebanon. He has basically said Look, this is the last chance for this system. And he has put out a series of reforms that he wants to see the Lebanese government and act. Many of these reforms are well known. Lebanon has been in negotiation with the International Monetary Fund.

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"emirates united" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"emirates united" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Sheikh Muhammed Bin Saya is a friend who could be counted upon is especially remarkable, remarkable that we have flown here directly from Israel Banker in Ben Gurion Airport on the first ever commercial flight to Abu Dhabi. This flight was made possible by the recent historic agreement with Israel. Abraham accords, which normalized relations between America's most reliable and most capable partners in the region. These two great nations will begin the process of exchanging ambassadors and are cooperating a broad range of fields, including finance, education, healthcare, trade and security. This will unleash economic growth in both countries. Combination of Israeli know how in high tech and the cheese, capital and financial centers is going to create something very, very special in the Middle East. On the religious and cultural front. Muslims who wish to pray at the Al Aqsa Mosque will now be able to fly from Abu Dhabi directly to Tel Aviv. And they will be welcomed were surely impressed by the leadership exhibited by the way. The Crown prince in this effort to make peace without his vision, and without his courage, the Abraham or Abraham accords would not be possible. This agreement represents the most significant step towards peace in the Middle East in over 25 years. At long, last, nations were putting aside old ideas and old grievances and embracing a better future, a future of shared interests and shared goals. Working together you a Israel will be more secure than ever together. They'll form a united front with the United States against Aram Way believe that additional Arab and Muslim countries will soon follow the United Emirates, United Arab Emirates lead and normalize relations with Israel. This trend will put the reason on a truly transformed a path of stability of security and of opportunity. Those.

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"emirates united" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"emirates united" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"With United States, I guess, Durant way believe that additional Arab and Muslim countries will soon follow the United Emirates, United Arab Emirates lead and normalize relations with Israel. This trend will put the reeds not truly transformative path of stability of security and of opportunity. Those comments by Robert O'Brien, the president's national security advisor, and the peace agreement involving the United Arab Emirates and Israel, by the way, the U. S population is about 9.8 million residents here in Washington Democrats on the House Oversight Committee threatening to issue subpoenas if officials from the Pentagon and State Department do not testify at a hearing next month on the administration's strategy in Afghanistan. In a letter to the Defense Secretary Mark Esper and a secretary of state Mike Pompeo, the Democratic lawmakers saying that they are requesting for quote the final time that witnesses from both departments testify on September 9th and hearing before the oversight committees, National security Sub panel. If that happens, of course, will cover it on the C SPAN Networks Comedian and host of last week tonight John Oliver, promising during his program last night to give $55,000 to local charities if a Connecticut City follows through on its joking threat to name and sewage treatment plant after him, the mayor of Danbury, Connecticut, announcing on Facebook that the city plan to rename its sewage plant the quote John Oliver Memorial sewer plant after the comedian criticized the town. Go on his show Well, John Oliver said he was surprised but delighted at the idea. He also was critical of the city for not following through after the mayor said the video was quote only made in jest. Here are his comments last night on his HBO program. Finally tonight, a quick update regarding Danbury, Connecticut, also known as the Hat City, which is appropriate because much like the Ebola hat dungarees, a superfluous accessory with no practical purpose that went out of style in the 19 thirties. Now, you might have noticed. I've taken a few cheap shots like that in the city of dangling over the last couple of weeks, and perhaps, unsurprisingly, the people there had taken notice. But that boy wasn't actually damn breeze only defender. There was also this official response from the damn bree hat tricks. They're local pro hockey team. John makes several valid points are railway museum is quite charming, and we do where our hat city moniker proudly. He did his research like any intrepid reporters, should which he is. That is when he's not taking breaks the film such cinematic classics as the Smurfs Wonder Park or My Personal favorite, And This is true his iconic role as dick Pants in the Love guru. There is one area, though, where John did not do his homework. And that is, of course, the idea that he could give anyone in Danbury a thrashing. Again. Very good. Honestly, damn. Green might want to seriously consider changing its nickname from the hat city to the young people who seem more than capable of taking over my job city. But I'm really not sure why they would actually want it. Yes, we both live in sad, empty voids where hope goes to die, at least angry. Has a railway museum. We haven't had one of those since season four. So let's get down to some broth tax here. I've got a very serious proposition I will donate. $55,000 to charities in your area 25,000 to this food bank, Another 25,000 to fill all the requests. As of this tape from Danbury, schoolteachers on donors choose and 5000 less Connecticut apparently cause close to the host of that dam break Patrick's video and I will happily do all that, if and only if your mayor makes good on his promise. To officially known that sewage plant after me, because I want this. I need this. I need your marriage. Think he will hold on? That sign was just a photo shop. I'm not going to spend public money to make a real one. Don't worry. That has been taken care.

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"emirates united" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"emirates united" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Inauthentic is Kamala Harris did there was a focus group just that we aired on our show Ah, couple weeks ago, and it was a cross party lines to blow voted for Obama. People voted for Trump people on the fence, every single person in the focus group, but she was inauthentic. That's a problem. Um, And so I just I think that this is why I said that that Biden is going to regret this pick because I don't think they're going to get what they wanted from it. And frankly, I think it's going to be in that negative because I think women that might have been gettable. They're sort of. You know, the ones that you see in the polling are turned off by Trump. For tweets and things like that. That could have been gettable are now suddenly going. I'm not voting for this woman because she is extreme. And I think that normally I'm vice presidents don't matter that much. But this time because of his age and condition. I think that they're going to Going to be fascinating. Listen, we already knew that the election for president, 2020 was going to be one for the history books and now adding Harris to the national conversation. Sean Spicer. I mean, I know that you're enjoying your life in the media. But this part of you want to be in on this mix do you want Do you want to roll up your sleeves and get in on a campaign that this is the first major campaign cycle that you have not been involved in in decades? Yeah, I might. My stress level indicates given your lack of. Yeah, I look, I am involved that around with you and talk about it. I get to go on the show today and talk about it. That's what I enjoy right now. Like you said. I've been in the arena. I played the game and I like this. This sort of being able to go on Newsmax every night at six o'clock and And have a conversation with broken. Hey, Here's what I thought with Katrina Pearson on tonight. In the campaign, I get to ask. Why did you roll up this ad? What are you trying to get out of washing Blackwood? Let's have a little bit about China. And so I mean, I get to think to myself Okay, who guessed that I think would be interesting to chat with tonight about whatever issue that's it. It's a change, but it's fun. Yeah, actually, to that end this late breaking news. Now that we have a historic moment, a peace deal between Israel United Arab Emirates United Arab recognizing Israel's right to exist, there will be exchanging embassies. The Trump Administration was a big part of this negotiation. That's a huge story. How big will that be on the show tonight? Who will be your big guest on that? We're gonna talk about that. Obviously, I mean, it is a big get for for. I mean, it's something that started in ER Jason Greenblatt. Obviously Avi Berkowitz is not the White House is kind of worked with the ambassador to Israel, David Friedman to make it happen. That's big. It's a big deal for the Jewish community in the United States. Because it's not just an isolated event. This president has really shown how strong of a kid he has been for Israel. And I think that that when you look at a constituency that is largely gone, the Democrats when you had such a strong record at the president has on Israel. That's enough to pull some votes away. And I think that that's going to be one more reminder. As to the contrast between this president and you have a vice president for eight years. You have the Foreign relations committee that always talks about his Foreign relations experience. All the people he knows well, he didn't do anything to get it. Done it with Donald Trump and hitting the dead. Yeah, that's a great point. He can step up and say, Joe, you were in the Senate. You were in the White House for eight years. You couldn't get this done. I got it done in 3.5 years. Believe it. They're congrats on Newsmax program Spicer and company and we'll look forward your book in October. And thanks for joining us, my friend. Rodriguez in the Indian carpet cleaning traffic.

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"emirates united" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

12:13 min | 2 years ago

"emirates united" Discussed on KGO 810

"Thurston senator Scott Weiner is going to be joining us in studio soon he should be here within I don't know five or ten minutes I wanted to give you some information though because you know when information comes out the same correct I think it's really important that we corrected in this case what we're talking about is the CDC and funding to the CDC there have been claims that have been made by a number of people including some of the democratic presidential candidates I'm not sure Bernie was one of them but Warren was Biden was Bloomberg was one that the trump administration had cut the budget of the centers for disease control and prevention the CDC that is not exactly correct and that's what I wanted to fix here the budget that Donald Trump has presented for twenty twenty one his budget request but this has not been enacted his budget request would indeed trim funding for the CDC by almost sixteen percent HHS officials say they want the CDC to focus on its core mission of preventing and controlling infectious diseases and on other emerging public health issues such as opioid abuse officials proposed to take the money that would normally go to fund individual dis from disease prevention activities and bundle it funnel it excuse me into a single block grant to states the budget says chronic diseases like heart disease stroke and diabetes have common risk factors and thus consolidating funds can help magnify the public health impact so the budget reduces overall funding from global health up for global health from five hundred seventy one million to five hundred and thirty two million in twenty twenty one officials carved out an extra fifty million for global health security those are measures aimed at disease detection and emergency but that bump was taken out of of the of the budget for the international HIV aids programs that's being cut by fifty eight million dollars and then fifty millions of the of that fifty million of that is going to the global health security now that's for twenty twenty one that's not to say that the administration has a proposed cuts to the CDC budget in the past they have Donald Trump proposed cuts to CDC in twenty twenty but it wasn't passed it was the Congress to stop it so he has asked for the CDC they're budgeting to be caught up but the Congress and we're talking about bipartisan support in the Congress for both the CDC and the N. I. H. so they wouldn't hear of having those budgets cut as a matter of fact for the twenty twenty budget the funding was increased it's also true though that in twenty eighteen the trump administration did fire key official officials who are connected to the U. S. pandemic response they were fired and they were never replaced yeah okay there's also there are also there were news reports circulating that detail the trump administration's cut by eighty percent of the CDC's program that worked in various countries to fight epidemics including China Pakistan Haiti Rwanda and Congo that was reported by The Washington Post in twenty eighteen the fact that those efforts had been scaled back I mean that's true that's real that was reported by The Washington Post that actually happened that was in twenty eighteen and so people are paying attention to that because of course China was where the corona virus outbreak originated and then it has spread globally after was first detected in Wuhan all right so there's that and I just wanted to correct it so that we understand that while he wanted to cut the funding to the CDC in twenty and twenty one it didn't if we don't have the budget yet for twenty one and the budget for twenty that cut was rejected in a bipartisan way from the Congress now we talk about how to rejuvenate it in China where is it today how many countries are afflicted does anybody know anybody anyone anyone I look this up because there were a few more that were added just today so course it originated in China you got Hong Kong you got like how you got Taiwan we also have a cases in Afghanistan Algeria Australia Austria Bahrain Alaris Belgium Brazil Cambodia Canada Croatia Denmark Estonia Egypt Finland France Georgia Germany Greece India Iran Iraq Israel Italy Japan Kuwait Lebanon Lithuania Malaysia Mexico Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nigeria north Macedonia Norway Oman pack stab Philippines Romania Russia said marry is San Marino Singapore Spain Sri Lanka Sweden Switzerland Thailand the Republic of Korea United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States and Vietnam yeah there's a there are you know I look at the map that they have and there are very few places that are left out I see nothing in Alaska I see on the Pacific coast of South America that seems to not have been affected yet or not yet detected most of Africa has not been affected Greenland has not been affected and there are some spots in Asia and in Europe that have not yet been affected but you know it's this is changing every single day this is changing and new cases are being detected there's also I just want to say this because I read about this this morning and I was absolutely stunned the testing kits were not reliable the testing kits the CDC sent out they didn't send out nearly enough of them but they sent them to some major cities in the United States they haven't been able to use those testing kits and it's so bad and now the CDC is saying we'll go ahead and use them there's a second part of the testing kit where it could actually make a detection of murders and sars because those two are corona viruses but they've told people to go ahead and use the testing kids some US states don't want to do that they're in the process of developing their own and New York has decided that they're going to develop their own because the CDC has been so bad at providing testing kits and the importance of this because right now the numbers that we're talking about in comparison with like the the influenza which is seasonal I mean it happens every single year there are thousands and thousands and thousands of people who died there tens of thousands of people die here in the United States of America during a bad flu season it happens all the time SO in comparison to those numbers right now the mortality is minuscule but these things start somewhere and before you can take really good steps solid steps intelligence steps to thwart it the first thing you have to know is where it is how widespread it is who's got it where did they get it kind of trace it back to the vector if you possibly can to determine if most of these things are coming from China we know now that there's a case in Solano where they can make no connection with traveler any person who did travel with this individual which is kind of scary it's scaring to a scary to a lot of epidemiologists because they need to know where the this woman contracted this disease and she's in pretty bad condition right now she's a she's not in great shape that's another thing when she first sought medical assistance she wasn't tested initially for this and there are a lot of medical care providers who were exposed to her giving her health care without taking precautions for infectious disease that may have prevented this up but it may have helped to prevent them from contracting the disease and remember what we said yesterday that sometimes coronavirus is a symptomatic to somebody who has it and if it is a symptomatic the problem is that person has no idea that their contagious them have any symptoms so they don't think they're contagious we need these testing kits and we need them in widespread use so that we really can't determine how big an issue this is it'll also give us a better indication of what the real mortality rates are because if we're going by wrong data if we're going by a lesser number and then we have the cases of mortality that means that we're talking about a two to three percent mortality rate when when you actually expose the numbers of more mild cases cases that are even a symptomatic the mortality rate could come down substantially but the infectious rate the rate that's being spread of pop a spread around could become substantially higher eighty eighty eight ten is the telephone number eighty eighty eight tennis got a bill in Los Gatiss Hey bill welcome to KGO tape that thanks again for taking my call I couldn't he at once I heard about the Mexico situation where those people came back from Italy and then a lot of people I'd realize flying to Mexico before they come up through our southern border I was thinking if we had a democratic president that had you know health care Medicaid for everyone Medicare for everyone and we had relaxed borders is a lot of them seem to want could we actually handled the numbers that would come flooding in here you mean people who are eight inspections sewer flooding in yeah just people in general worrying about getting it if it really does spread around in Mexico which you could very easily they would be going to where the health care try to get their health care taking care of yeah right well first of all I think it's important to point out that I don't think anybody in the democratic field and nobody that I've ever spoken to Democrat Republican or otherwise is supportive of open borders so people want to be able to control who comes into our country and how when you're talking about infectious diseases I think especially something like this I think you have to screen people but on the other hand I gotta tell you this if there are people who are suffering in neighboring countries who are suffering and if we have a way to detect that they don't if we have a way to treat which they don't if we have a vaccine which they don't I think it is incumbent upon us because of global health concerns you know that concerns every single one of us in addition to every other country in the world we have to be able to help provide those services not here in the United States but in those countries themselves so that they can treat their own citizenry if we had a Medicare for all of course our own citizenry would be treated much better and we would know that we would have access to whatever vaccines are made available for something like this in order to control it there would not be a cost concern for individuals here in the United States listen I'm on the break here I need to take a break I think Scott Weiner may be here and if so we're going to move to that but we will talk more about corona virus we're gonna be joined by Kenneth C. Davis at the top of the one o'clock hour I can wrote a book this a couple years ago and it's called more deadly than war and it's about the Spanish flu outbreak during World War one and horrible that was and the incredible mortality rate and how that spread so he's going to be talking us with what about that then we're gonna take a break here we'll be right back with state senator Scott Wiener you're listening to KGO they're still on KGO eight ten it's.

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"emirates united" Discussed on Deliverybros

Deliverybros

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"emirates united" Discussed on Deliverybros

"Just GonNa say this okay art. So here's my thoughts. What's what's his in game. A Ham fucking on like you know. International monuments like okay. So let's say he does. Let's say you know he goes into central where you know. The French people took shit marching peachy. Right there's I WANNA go fuck their emotional teacher and go fuck the great Fucking Great Wall China and maybe I go fuck on skyscraper in Dubai I. I'm a space needle in Seattle You know on the tip where it goes on my asshole or something I dunno or you know maybe he decides you know I'm GonNa go fuck on the Statue of Liberty or I mean visually get caught. Okay let me just say that right now I I just. I don't get it because it's just like I don't see no in game. I seeing this really being a bad ending at the end of the day. Even if he said he wasn't having sex with the model on top of the pyramid. I really doubt that I'm sorry. I feel some bullshit. I think they really were fucking. There's no fucking way like the. He's in didn't really happen. I think he would just to save face the model which I can respect that I guess but I mean what is what these Europeans and trip and okay. They all fucking fucking in front of you know. They're they're doing like guy one dues. This is a Western culture Wall on dislike. Okay first of all why well. That's that's another country's culture. You're Kinda disrespecting them as a whole I mean I guess you're trying to make a statement but I think you're being a dick about it. I mean you're fucking twenty three so I mean I guess you know this. Is You know. Fight to pay each year our key. Type Shit I don't know I'm not going to sit here in like I understand where you're coming from 'cause I don't I think you could have gotten a lot more trouble than it was before the fucking fact that you didn't put it off until later. I mean you put yourself in a situation where you know. I feel like people don't understand why when they go on fucking travel. Here's the thing you're in somebody else's Plays sort of like if you go to somebody else's house okay. You're not going to you know. Put your feet on the couch. You're not going to. You know you know be disrespectful. You'RE NOT GONNA YOU'RE NOT GONNA shit in the plants you're not gonNa you know. Kick the dog or you know. Throw your best friend's Kid In a closet or some shit. You're going to probably be incubus behavior. You'RE GONNA BE YOU'RE GONNA be you know sensible you're going to be a guest. You're going to be a respectful house. Get to you know. See they need help with things you're going to you. Now come into their world. You're going to be in their world because at the end of your not in this is not your world. This is there when you come into some of these. Also you're not going to go on to the second fridge. They need all the damn food without you. Know asking for Hanging out of the fridge. I understand you know you've been there fifty million times or whatever but at the same time you're still going to be respectful before you open up. Somebody's covered or somebody's fridge like. Are you thirsty yeah? I'm actually very thirsty. Can Addison and the drink. Yeah go get it in the Fridge. Yourself Bom okay. That's that's respectable you. Don't just go onto somebody fridge without asking. You know so but what I'm trying to say is about just like as a person that traveled outside the country. I know when I leave America. Any fucking America no more all the laws and rules that apply in America do not work in other countries and this goes for Europeans to the laws you're used to in your country is not gonna fly fucking well in other countries. If you decide that you want to try to make you know certain countries America or saying thing or certain countries in Europe into your country because you're a tourist and you feel you can just do whatever the fuck you want. Because I'm on vacation I'm sorry or I'm trying to make artistic statement. I mean when it comes down to it I feel like you're a fucking asshole. You go into this country doing shit that you will do your country thinking it's okay when you know more than likely is not fucking okay in their country look young agreement a values a you really don't like their values or some type of way about how they were under country. Don't fucking go for instance. I would love to go rush hour law to see some of the beautiful architecture I would love to you know. Go Russia and immerse myself in the Cote In a certain cultures. Same Crane in. You know a lot of eastern European countries. But here's the thing though. Here's the damn thing I know there's things I don't agree with it. I don't think I would be safe there personally especially one. I'm GonNa American to on black. Unfortunately they got a big history and you can look up a research articles on you know the fact that matter is certain countries are just not safe for me and I'll come from a standpoint of okay first of all Russia I disagree with a Lotta Shit. They Russia. A Lotta Shit. They do is fucked up to the people they do to you know. Lgbt people's where they do the women's fucked up and it's just not my cup of tea. I heard is a very beautiful. Contrary I I know that I there's just certain things and customs. I don't agree with for you. Know How they treat their people there and it is what it is. That's not my country but ev- I walked up into that bitch I gotta realise that's their rules. I gotTA play bottom if I don't WanNa get killed in the story. There's no if as a bus about that my I if I go to you know if I go what country in you know and United Emirates United Arab Emirates Certain countries don't allow drinking in the UA. I'm not gonNA comment to them. Oh fucker with a bottle of Hennessy. And think it's okay for me. This is star taking shots in my hotel room and Shit because at the end of the day I know this country has a lot of says. There's no liquor permitted. This is a dry country. They don't fuck with liquor so I'm not going to bring a bottle on liquor onboard mccarey on. I'm Alita Shit at home because I'm not trying to get fucking arrest in another country and I'm not going to disrespect their costumes. I don't have to agree with the fact. Okay Fuck it. I want to drink. So why can't I drink? And then I gotTA GO PAPA fucking bottle in fucking country that I know they catch me with this shit. I'm willing to fucking jail so my question is i. Don't understand what the fuck these people are thinking. You know going into being disrespectful. They knew better. And and I say this about the Fucker who who decided that bordering on top of the pyramid. I don't think it's I think it's disrespectful to be honest. I think it's every like if somebody went to Washington. Dc and.

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"emirates united" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"emirates united" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Yeah the game like this might not be that big of a deal to him well man enjoy it so get in like I said you enjoy or just such a great lesson and and it's it's all good when you guys are called the game I can't wait to settle into not tonight thanks for the call John him straight tonight yes all right take care as John Smoltz MLB on fox calling game tonight how about that man thank you might be the perfect guy right insurers are could be the perfect guy or it could be nine seven nine I can't wait this baseball season ends tonight and and again that's why I I'm that's why I'm so passionate when I see stuff that I hope to get fixed because it is an amazing sport it is just amazing and I love it it's great I love it I can't get enough of it and it is so infuriating here's one other infuriating **** from last night we haven't heard yet Bragman homers carry back together space yeah so long hours carries the bat to first base yeah after the game daily Martinez said yeah we like it instead as like yeah I saw it meant that was my way of responding and Bregman after the game apologized what a joke he apologized she says that's not the way I was raised and I'll just say this Major League Baseball is saying and has a campaign yeah let the kids play this is what they want okay so what I mean let's get the culture change in right this is the culture changes welcher chair where Bregman but Bregman is the guided lead that change and he even after the game apologize that I'm sorry for it so to me it's like okay he does it and then so does it and in the same way that some guy gets brush back we're done with it you don't like it don't give up the home run right exactly like now but that said once again when you carry like a bird Brockman is born all right and you you know like I I wouldn't want to see coop carry the bat to first base in his pony baseball I wouldn't want to see that so that's the that's the the issue here you might want to see Kerry like bird Brockman carry the ball first but my kids going to be in a whole leg to get him out it's brought me Bregman carrying that the first of these are the guys were going to be watching for the next decade plus in Major League Baseball and your soul can yeah read the sub get this goal and this is what you get the young people the young fans involved in excited about the game that was awesome last night pager told Soto on the post game show if we did that to him you get you get one in here and then so thank you don't know what kind of laughed because he knew it was common and we move on but to me that's not an eye for an eye Hey you you show me up I'll put you in the hospital I mean is really though it is in the air in the back in the but I you know I mean I mean I I thought it was cool last night but I just found it funny Hey let the kids play we need to have more fun they actually did it six of the World Series and make one and one manager's past and the other guy apologizes I just found that interesting I hope everybody doesn't tonight just carry the baton it is like okay like Ceirano in Major League I will I wouldn't mind another one nothing like like the ninety one World Series game seven can you imagine shares a goes all ten like Mars hive incredible another former tiger who does it for another team in the World Series A. Gallardo me to rub it into the Old English D. there and the state of Michigan eight four four two a four riches number dial Max Verstappen is right there on aren't rich Eisen show green room couch Formula One Emirates United States Grand Prix in Austin Texas coming up this very weekend I'll be in London he'll be in Austin Texas he's Belgium on I'm from America it's just so I'm just just try to spit fax phone because the Max how are you Sir very good very good thank you he's just a fundamental horizon because you said I was Belgian all your data your dad's Belgian no my dad's touch my mom's Belgians I get that right not a second some does your driver your champion I'm an idiot does that make it better well I wouldn't say that okay inside of you too nice if I should just get my facts straight but you're going to Texas correct yeah yeah all right that's correct hash tag real news that's next on the rich Eisen show to move anywhere Capital One what do you think about when you think about your bank it's where you keep your money but you probably think about minimums in fees as well pretty typical Capital.

"emirates united" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"emirates united" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

"And we're proud of alex <unk> mark. I'm year in recent years. According to the article the by media reports of right beck's in iran united arab emirates united kingdom new zealand japan belgium and i think the reason why they plot to get out and about redback is the theory is that they're attracted to shipments contain cows and other steel type products because because when they hated up in the sun i provide the perfect warm-up conditions in which to mature eggs side. That's the theory behind behind why they don't want to jump on and take a little a little trip on the ocean mark. I'm sorry yeah but i think it's a little bit like amendment like going through airports and you've bisness through a few airports in the world <hes> like i'm. I'm just thinking about something that used to happen to me. All the time i used. I was always the person festival aside always every single on it's not surprising considering that the shenanigans i get up to but i would always be colder assad for the test for the for the scan for the full a body scan for the pet dan for tighter shoes often your belt off and ben daiva. An old is sorts of things but and i tried to work at what was the profile in our doing on me because of a fair number is tom's i'll be traveling. I've assays for conferences and sometimes for holidays would be. I'd be taking a little in my carry on a backpack tonight. Just a little backpack have my camera and other gearing there and also it might be that the profile is just looking for backpacks but last couple of years back. I haven't tom lift me allied. <hes> older cheat having said that i had to. I went through the ringer in in beijing report on the way back time i really am i really went to town with the with the security but it does decide to go doesn't miro. I may bet tom screening today poets and supplies latest ni- why they can screen all if you screened everybody thoroughly <hes> it would take several several a._o. As to screen everybody h. Individual flights i said the hefty profile and just just rent not just randomly but also selectively <hes> pull out a few people. I'm based on profiling. Who's i think bought be carrying that. The shoe bommel whatever on the planes are yeah. I think that's what the by security people must have to do. As well in is is is now why they can check everything and stop every redback spider ah coming in or getting into a country unless you have rising uruguay decided supplies they raise <hes> that are no that they're awesome awesome certain devices that zet containers <hes> with <hes> <hes> irradiation to try and render them sterile <hes> but that they just much international trade in some stuff that goes between countries and <hes> things like nick plant so <hes> <hes> whatever it is that time the small at that that we have to talk about the toddy grades in the next one brennan. Did you hear that story on the moon. The taty grades on the moon. Yes it's not just so nets giving on the moon held all around the of that's right the note well on that point. I think we're gonna <hes> rep. It's it's a little little bit of a <hes> shorter episode but that's fine <hes> a lot of people lock cam slightly shorter episode than usual and we will talk to next week and remember even got one or two episodes in order

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"emirates united" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

10:30 min | 3 years ago

"emirates united" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Providing for congressional disapproval of the proposed export to the United Arab Emirates United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Republic of France of certain defense articles and services the house resolution for ninety one the joint resolution is considered right general from New York Mister Rangel the gentleman from Illinois each will control ten minutes the chair recognizes the gentleman from New York Mister speaker during consideration of this resolution all time yielded is for the purpose of debate only I ask unanimous consent that all members have five legislative days in which to revise and extend their remarks and include in the record extraneous material on the measure under consideration without objection I yield myself as much time as I may consume Germans recognized the strangled Mister speaker thank you the second resolution we're debating is very similar to the first but in this case we would notify the administration's phony emergency being used to transfer sixty thousand precision guided bombs to the United Arab Emirates that's on top of the forty thousand we estimate the Amorite he's already have on hand I won't rehash the same argument but I would like to make a point why we see what's going on in that Yemen it's so important for the United States to take a stand Mister speaker one of the things the foreign affairs committee has focused on this year he's trying to put America American values back at the center of our foreign policy democracy human rights the rule of law frankly this administration has acted like it cannot be burdened with these fundamental things that make America America it just boggles the mind any great country can throw its weight around but when I China we're not Russia our foreign policy should show the world the character of our country our compassion our belief that people everywhere should be able to live prosperous Lee productively and healthy have healthy lives these idea India's go hand in hand with from promoting our security we want more stable secure countries and communities democratic countries a stronger partners for the United States on the world stage and if we're serious about those values it means speaking out when we see them trampled with it trampled by an adversary or by a friend we turn our back on these ideals when we strip the word democracy out of the state department's mission statement when we look the other way when friendly regimes carry out horrific human rights rights abuses when we slash investments in the diplomacy and development efforts to help us build bridges of friendship and understanding when we walked away from all that what signal does that send to the world what does it say about the sort of behavior that we're willing to tolerate I've supported our partners and our partnerships in the Gulf region I think they're important counterbalance to the thread Iran poses and I recognize that our partners face real threats from Iranian backed Hootie's for themselves guilty of serious human rights abuses but that doesn't mean we should just look the other way in the face of violence and slaughter of civilians perpetrated by our partners it doesn't mean we look the other way and that's the kind of let the president ride roughshod over Congress and so Chris no separation of powers whatever the president once he gets in Congress just rubber stamps it can't be that way so even at this minute administration will not stand up for the values the Congress should and the Congress will these measures along with much of the foreign affairs committees work this year sends a strong message that our values must guide our foreign policy so again it's important for us to help Saudi Arabia it's important to realize he run is making trouble it's important to note the hoodies are not good people but it doesn't mean that we give Saudi Arabia or any other country a blank check to do it check to do whatever they want dropping bombs indiscriminately on school children on buses we can't just sit idly by and let that happen and continue to send weapons that are perpetrating these crimes so this is a strong message I think there are values must guide our foreign policy and I reserve the balance of my time Jennifer from New York which has a balance of ten judgment from Illinois Mr considers recognized thank you miss figure you'll myself such time as I may consume Germans recognized well thank you Mister speaker just a quick point on that we we don't like when innocent people are bombed and when we look at such a young man I think it's really incumbent on us to see what's happening a legitimate government in Yemen was overthrown by Iranian supported rebels and around that is not sent one dollar of humanitarian aid to support the people that have been killed and what we're talking about in this specific resolution is actually you AT SO I rise in opposition to as J. Raz thirty seven since the emergency declaration to expedite arms sales to the Saudi led coalition to defeat the Hutu rebels Congress is debating the president's exercise of the emergency clause of the arms export control act this joint resolution of disapproval disapproval along with twenty one other charities and tells a stop transfers to Saudi Arabia the United Arab Emirates and Jordan SJ rose thirty seven specifically blocks the transfer of Paveway precision guided munitions to the United Arab Emirates this technology converts dumb bombs like the ones used by Russia to kill innocent men women and children in Syria into precision guided munitions ones that are intended to avoid civilian casualties we can debate whether shipments that are already aren't ready to be delivered require emergency declaration but at the end of the day some of the munitions that we are discussing today have already left the shores of the United States in route to the UAE fact the first tranche is in route now in the second trial will be leaving on September Mister speaker this J. R. D. M. V. up to then the two up for debate today are not about time lines for shipment what we have heard my colleagues on the other side of the aisle argue that these arms could be used in Yemen to target civilians yet there are reports that the UAE has already withdrawn from Yemen are you a U. serves as a bulwark against Iranian aggression the ongoing threat of al Qaeda and other terrorist groups wishing to harm the United States our allies and our interests in contrast uranium back to tease through missiles in UAV strikes or threat to stability in the reason in the region I ran in the forces it supports like the Hutus are a threat to our national security and the security of our allies they are the number one contributor to human suffering in Yemen the number one contributor we've seen the Iranian regime threaten international shipping in the strait of Hormuz including ships belonging to the UK Japan and Norway they shot down an expense of American military asset flying in international airspace prior to the president's emergency declaration the head of Iran's Quds force hold on terror groups to prepare for a proxy war with the United States and our allies since then we've seen proxies be emboldened in their actions yet we are here today a debate in arms sales to the U. A. ET on the basis of these arms transfers may be used by our strategic allies in Yemen well there's no guarantee that these weapons will ever be used in Yemen what ever not be used in your many other there are facts to show exactly why we must continue to provide these arms to the U. A. as a former Air Force pilot in the current pilot near guard I'm proud that our government would not send our Air Force to fly sorties without munitions needed to defend themselves similarly we should not have an hour lifeline are at sixteen without the necessary tools it needs to compete complete its mission the Iranians have shown that they have the capacity and ability to fire upon military aircraft with no regard for whether the platform is manned or unmanned when our allies in a dog fight we can't leave them without the means to defend themselves in our shared interests and I also want to point out is a lot of discussion about offenses or defensive weapons a bomb can be used defensively or often simply I can't think of many weapons that are actually defensive in nature because they're used to destroy an enemy so it's all about how you employ that weapon saying that we want to send only defensive weapons shows our allies to be weak against Iran that is showing that it wants to go on the offense of continually and I can name basically every country in the Middle East and show radian influences there on the broader picture we have got to debate how this one out I fully agree with everybody on that but we can not leave our allies in the lurch we cannot leave them on protected because our big chief enemy is a Ron I know there's a broad based agreement on that and we cannot show weakness in the eyes of that with that Mister speaker I'll reserve the balance congressman Adam can center of life in our research the balance of time German from our New York is recognized German from New York research about the time German from Illinois is recognized Mister speaker I yield two minutes to the gentleman from Ohio Mr shop at a senior member of the committee on foreign affairs Jennifer will have answers happen is recognized I thank the gentleman for yielding and thank you for his leadership on this and many other issues and I rise today in opposition to aids SJ resolution thirty seven which would prevent the transfer okay way precision guided missiles munitions to United Arab Emirates there are numerous reasons to oppose this resolution let me list three first and most obviously some pay ways have already left the U. S. and this fact alone shows that this resolution is more about messaging than action and demonstrates the urgent need the UAE has for these munitions second the way is a steadfast partner against Iran Iran is our foremost opponent in the region right now and a critical threat to our interests there and I would note that the very flawed Iran deal put millions in fact billions and billions of dollars in cash into the pockets of of Iran and they're now using those dollars to support terrorism to foment instability to put mine site on ships and attack ships in international water so they're now a threat not just in the region but a threat around around the world to thank god president trump in the good sense to get us out of that terrible deal if we want the U. A. E.'s continued help we need to ensure that we are a reliable partner and that they are properly armed in the third item is that the US needs to continue its leadership in the region if you IT and Saudi Arabia cannot buy arms from us that doesn't mean they won't get arms it just means that they'll buy them from the Russians this will diminish our standing weaken our leverage with our partners in call into question our reliability as a partner for these reasons and really others I urge my colleagues to oppose.

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"emirates united" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"emirates united" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The International Monetary Fund says political uncertainty in the volatile oil prices are weighing heavily on economic growth in the Middle East this year. A new outlook report said overall regional growth is expected to slow down from close to two percent last year to about one and a half percent in two thousand nineteen a closer. Look, however shows sharp variations from country to country. Iran is among the hardest hit with the IMF expecting economic retraction of around six percent under pressure of sanctions, the US withdrawal of waivers on a rainy and oil exports. Further impact is figure so the germy house with that report Saudi Arabia, the United Emirates United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman and gutter will need to create a million new jobs annually for at least the next five years to stop in unemployment from rising. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. Supporters of Medicaid expansion in the Kansas house of again blocked, a proposed state budget in hopes of forcing a vote in the Senate on an expansion plan. The vote Friday night was eighty what a forty two against an eighteen point four million dollar spending blueprint for the budget year beginning in July house and Senate negotiators drafted it. After the house rejected a previous bucket that they budget proposal was less generous than the first one Republican leaders had worn Democrats and moderate Republicans supporting expansion that he would be stripped out of the proposed budget at the Goshi eaters were forced to resume their talks, Patrick fos reporting. President Trump says he discussed special counsel Robert Muller's report with Russian President Putin during an extended phone call on Friday. Mr. Trump says Putin described the Russia probe as quote something to the effect that it started off as a mountain and ended up being a mouse. More on these stories at townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda rockstar. We're here at credit repair dot com. The most recognized name in the industry when it comes to resolving credit report.

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"emirates united" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"emirates united" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"It's us. We are free radio. We are always there. We are broadcasters. Visit we are broadcasters dot com or text radio to five two eight eight six to learn more. Furnished by AB and this station. The patriot FM one zero one point five AM fourteen hundred w DT Detroit. But Salem media group on the NASDAQ as SA L AM. Four twenty thirteen. Lou will make sure the scales are tipped in your favor. Call eight hundred four four four twenty thirteen. Big Lou will answer your call and work to fit you into a term life policy that you can afford. Remember, big lou's like you. He's on meds too. Call eight hundred four four four twenty thirteen eight hundred four four four twenty thirteen. The International Monetary Fund says political uncertainty in the volatile oil prices are weighing heavily on economic growth in the Middle East. This year new outlook report said overall regional growth expected a slowdown from close to two percent last year to about one and a half percent in two thousand nineteen a closer. Look, however show sharp variation from country to country. Iran is among the hardest hit with the IMF expecting economic retraction of around six percent. Under pressure of sanctions, the US withdrawal of waivers on a rainy and oil exports likely to further impact is figure so the germy house with that report Saudi Arabia, the United Emirates United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman and gutter will need to create a million new jobs annually for at least the next five years to stop in unemployment from rising. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com..

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"emirates united" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"emirates united" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Air Canada was named best business class while southwest again. Being named the best economy flight top, ten international airlines. You can start with number ten. Thank you number ten is. I've never heard of them. But they're a n a also known as All Nippon Airways from Japan. Let's see how many of these you the world traveler, let's see how many you've flown number nine jet two dot com. Never heard of it. Nope. United kingdom. Okay. Number eight is Air New Zealand from New Zealand, obviously. Yeah. I was gonna say Zule some right? Sounds good zoo. Brazil comes in at number seven interesting named blue number six is Southwest Airlines. Sure. You and I both south number five, Japan, Airlines and Japan. That's the only one run looking at this list, south west. That's it. Number four is Emirates United Arab Emirates number three is EVA Air out of Taiwan. Number two is Qatar Airways from Qatar. And you said number one a Singapore Airlines and Singapore now other North American winners. Let's see best airline Caribbean Cayman Airways. Uh-huh. Never done. It nor have I best airline for Canada is westjet. Not me your best low cost airline, Southwest Airlines and JetBlue I've done both. And I would prefer jet blue. And that's me best mid-size airline at that would be Alaska Airlines, always gets good reviews. Westjet and Hawaiian airlines numero Uno. Best major airline, Delta Airlines. I'm sure you and I both flown delta. I was actually flying Colonel at one point on Delta Airlines. Really? Yeah. When I was a general manager of a radio station. Elsewhere. Yeah. Had a lot of business to and fro. And oh, boy, I got to tell you the lounge if you're if you're a flying if they still even have it. I'm not even sure they still have. A classification of flying. Colonel. I have to ask what a flying Colonel lists bone. You have to salute me if I. Playing Colonel just means you rack up a lotta a lotta miles. It's it's beyond a frequent flyer. Okay. All right. But you got to wear a little uniform seven thirty NewsRadio nine twenty four seven FM and our traffic center. Once again, we find Jon Hamm Lenny's brought to us by compassion international. Getting up from route ten in Cranston ninety five northbound up past Thurbers Avenue towards the state offices of a medical emergency being dealt with them with ninety five westbound by the trail, so extra heavy getting in from Seekonk across the state line. And the six ten connector has gotten busier by dean and Toby street with your southern New England traffic Johnny hamlet right now, there's a child living in extreme poverty with no future. And.

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"emirates united" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"emirates united" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Some sports news. It's it's going to be a very busy day in English Premier League. It is indeed three teams involved Julian in the chase for the top four Champions League places all in action on Sunday. We'll the in-form team. Of course, he's Monday United currently fourth and the point and the place of asked all they play against each of the today at the Emirates United, of course, are coming off the back of that memorable. Comeback win in the Champions League against PS g in the in the week on Wednesday. We'll Chelsea can also move into the top four. If results go their way, and they beat wolves will live a pulled. They've got the chance to cook. Man city lead at the top of the Premier League when they play against Burnley unfilled barely seventeenth in the league. But yoga club won't be playing a show in any complacency now though as his side look to chase pep Guardiola city. We are in a position we like to be will be like the position before it's not a problem. We always said we wanted to be in position to to fight for the top spot in the league, and we are still in. And that's all what we need. To be positive to be optimistic to be excited in a very positive way about the the the challenge and all that stuff. But it's our only problem this weekend is Burnley you mentioned pep Guardiola. James what about reports that he'd been linked with the vendors interest in this Julian we had been in the week. But reckons it is now impossible for enslavement city to join you unless he sacks. And I think we'll all agree that that is. Reports in Italy had suggested that he was in line to replace Massimiliano Allegra ensuring this summer and signed a four year contract with the city boss will he moved quickly to stop that speculation when he was speaking after his side's three one home win over what for yesterday, I know going to you interest two more years. Here's I want to stay.

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