21 Burst results for "Fort Sill"
"fort sill" Discussed on Dark Secret Place
"Show them to local people on the street and say that you have done great work for the us army and that he owes you money and that he needs to find you because of the information you have given him. The us army wants to pay you for all the good information fighting all these terrorists. So if anyone sees this guy Please tell them that The lieutenant is looking for him. from From up north and jeopardy allah The power directors. The power station director. Looked like he was gonna pass out. He was in his late fifties colored drained from his face because he had never heard an american. Say anything like that. And he was looking at me and he started interrupt. My translator and i held up my fingers together. Meaning no listen to him. And i was just staring at him and he looked at me and he understood. This guy might be crazy. Which i learned was a valuable tool and it was not trained not taught at fort sill not taught at fort benning leading the iraqi thing that i might be dealing with a crazy. American was one of the best tools that i discovered right on. Cue at eleven. Am the power went off east of the highway. And i knew it because the generators kicked in within twenty or thirty seconds generators by the dozens started up just about half a mile away. And i said that can never happen again. You're killing old people to my translator. And he translated that. And i said that power needs to be back on within a few hours. I'll becoming back through this way around fourteen hundred hours. The power had better be on. And i'm going through that village to find out if it's on i never wanna talk to you again about this and i walked away and we went on another meeting. Which was fictional. We went and got pizza and at Two pm. I called this imam who had given a cell phone too and i said what's the situation and he said canada. We have electric city. It was on and never went off again. And that's how. I restored power to this village south of baghdad. Maybe i should get up to sacramento. I don't know anybody that is a true story. That is a true story. Earnestly told fifteen years ago That's brian's iraq. Journal chapter one carbon maku is darcy replace. Kfi am six. Forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app..
Oklahoma: Board passes $3.2 billion education budget request to legislature
"Has approved a nearly $3.2 billion request for next fiscal year with the numbers here's Brian Gan. The Legislature will consider the request during the upcoming session. Proposed budget is $191 million Mohr than this year's budget 19 million of that. Would Goto hire more school counselors. Fort Sill officials
"fort sill" Discussed on KTOK
"S. army is putting a hold on new recruits arriving at Fort Sill for basic combat training the army calls it a tactical pause those already in basic training and advanced job specific courses will continue training under screening and monitoring guidelines established last month and will go to their next assignment after they graduate three hundred fifty Halliburton employees are losing their jobs in Duncan it's at the field operations center Albertan officials said the layoffs probably will be permanent but the company plans to keep its business location in Duncan open for now the state legislature voted Monday to withdraw money from state reserve accounts to fill the budget hole caused by the covert nineteen slowdown senator Roger Thompson of okina says it avoids budget cuts and protects core services our number one priority right now is mature as health care and that health care is going to be taken care of for the state and we have a lot of federal money that's coming in to help offset that but we're looking to to make sure that health care starting Carol Thompson is the chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee house speaker Charles McCall says we are keeping government functional I'm Marco Moreno in other news nearly six hundred Hillcrest healthcare system employees are losing their jobs because of the corona virus make a bishop reports the Tulsa based companies says that's about nine percent of its work force company went on to say it's shifting away from handling non emergency medical issues so Chris has eight ounce bottles with three in Tulsa one each in clear more Cushing Henrietta prior and Alonso they provide comprehensive primary and specialty care through the Utica park clinic in Oklahoma heart institute in order went into effect at midnight and got three that requires residents to wear cloth face masks in public to help stop the spread of covert nineteen the city says don't buy medical masks they are needed for health care providers they say the face coverings aren't primarily to protect the wearer but instead to protect the wearer from accidentally infecting others because many infected people take a long time to develop symptoms are never do I'm Marco Moreno.
Orbs Showing up in Pictures
"Should we just get into the listeners mail yeah yes episode going right all right so we need to continue with our listeners story from last week Yes yes our last episode so we had an lease or I'm not sure but she was less told us her mother story and this week we're going to hear her story Ooh Okay Okay so she's if you remember her mother was in within Estonia that's where she grew up she said nothing really supernatural happen when she was in Estonia and she said I always thought that would be so cool oh she moved to the states almost ten years ago her husband is in the military we got stationed in Fort Sill Oklahoma it's famous About that cliff words Komo jumped off heard that Ba Frano yeah yeah we heard ghost stories about people have seen somebody jump off from there over over again screaming stuff like this one day me and my husband we decided to go over there take some pictures and maybe catch a ghost on the picture picture not nice but actually we didn't catch anything weird on the pictures but it didn't stop us we went to Geronimo's grave we took pictures over there and after that we went to ambrose the spring in major's wife hanged herself years ago that sounds lovely once again I took pictures and it was pretty dark when we finally started to drive back home while we were driving thing I took a few pictures from the car window it was a clear starry night where we started to look at them closer made a shocking discovery yeah so the first two pictures are made within a few minutes of each other you can clearly see what looks like an orb on the second one what it is we don't know we were brave enough to go back there in the second day and really on the spot there's only grass and bushes it they couldn't see what could have caused or basically is what it sounds like so really scared them at night Okay Stars Moon Camera Hey I thought we were debating stories a we're not no we're not a listeners are interesting answering questions oh I see yeah okay I thought it was directed at me sorry at wet even crappier we started to look at pictures while you're driving back and you can see that weird falls gone them once again it was clear evening it was enough ghost hunting for us maybe you can find a good explanation was going on because we couldn't anyway a month later we moved to another house in Fort Sill and the strangest things started to happen we heard clear I'm guessing she could hear clearly footsteps Coming ups from upstairs many times it was just me and my husband and our ten month will be be living their doors were opening by themselves you could say it's just a breeze what's opening them but that's opening them but it was the middle of winter and all the windows were locked once When I went upstairs to see what my daughter was doing so I saw her little swinging chair swinging by itself little swinging chairs we there's a baby they have those little chairs yeah yeah yeah and then they swing yeah she was sleeping in her crib and there was no one else in the house that sounds like a horror movie to me like seared the I'm pretty sure I've seen that in a horror movie you up you go into your kid's room and their toys planned by itself like a wind up toy playing by itself and your kids sleeping that's terrifying how we are stationed in Fort Riley Kansas and unexplainable things are going on again? I'm not lying because I have no reason for it. She thinks she's a little defensive okay so you were first when we moved we reading dinner downstairs and we all heard running footsteps upstairs my husband went to check and of course there's no one there once when I was coming downstairs I saw that a big shadow rising behind me I turned around and nothing my husband were downstairs I was in the bathroom I heard knocking on the door I opened it and once again no one one f. o. sleep on the couch and suddenly my seven year old man been going on for a while woke me up and asked Mommy what's that we both heard footsteps coming downstairs and then they just stopped another time I was in the kitchen and heard footsteps coming downstairs jumped around the corner and the stairs were empty one evening when I got my kids to sleep and I went to the bedroom close the door for the late in the closet turned on my husband and I both saw it a few weeks after that I was home alone with my youngest one when the hallway hallway late went on right behind me on that day I just grabbed my daughter and awaited aside from my husband to arrive pretty sure it would do that again I would have done that many times I've seen a shadow under the door lake someone's behind it one evening when our neighbors next door came by and we started talking about what we're experiencing it turns out they had the same thing going on in their house shadows and footsteps and the same time we were talking some books out from the closet sorry it's been awhile since sight read this one again and one other thing is how kids toys are now starting to sing in the middle of the night you would think maybe batteries are almost empty but they can't colby empty at the same time right I talked to this about talked about this with my co worker and he said how the Houston have ghost tours back in the day right where I'm living he is retired for the military now but you also live in Fort Riley and he knows everything about this place so obviously there is something going on more Riley and Fort Sill maybe she needs an exorcism she I actually think she might need some sort of cleansing slab would be my recommendation again we are not professional slow so we're not necessarily just follow my advice on that but anyway so she said these are my go stories I am a tree lever because there's just so much going on that I can't explain I mean seriously it's like a horror movie she's got so much going on that they're more like one of those go shows you know where they talked to the people whose houses are haunted it's classic Ghost Adventures Okay what it's okay there are new sponsor I like Honda the haunted is one of my favorite ones I don't care if I think we talked about this one spoke my one friend thought that it was I thought this to actually that because it's on animal planet we thought it was called the hunted why is job on on Animal Planet but no it's called the haunting and it's great because it talks about how pets can sense things but if they actually do a really good job of the re-creations on that one okay
Movie theaters, law enforcement are preparing for the release of 'Joker'
"The US army has concerns about a major movie that's about to be released here's ABC's Amy Robach bring me out. introducing is joker movie won't hit theaters until next week but joker is already earning rave reviews and now a disturbing warning. increase. army officials at Fort Sill Oklahoma are alerting soldiers about possible mass shootings at theaters showing the film there are no specific plot Texas law enforcement is told officials about potential threats made on social media this coming after some of criticized the film for romanticizing Gotham's clown prince of crime some fearing that still may become an inspiration for real world criminals
"fort sill" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Louise. this is ground zero. so I got here. from Richard the document that was sent out in this is from the department of the army. her name is seven three one is a honey seven military police detachment. and it says here Fort Sill. Fort Sill Oklahoma actually Fort Sill CID office. received intelligence bulletin regarding a credible potential mass shooting to occur edit none no movie theater during the release of the new joker movie scheduled on October fourth twenty nineteen. the intelligence bulletin was published by Travis county Texas sheriff's office and working with the local FBI field office they have discovered disturbing and very specific chatter in the dark web regarding the targeting of an unknown movie theater during the joker release. this notice is to have the. widest dissemination to the events okay community as a potential threat within the eight oh are. commanders need to be aware of this threat for soldier and family safety end to increase situational awareness should they choose to attend the release of this movie a local theater. Fort Sill CID office will maintain visibility of this intelligence an update BFS okay community as new information becomes available as a point of contact number and I've posted this on the internet prepared by Stephen M. gaunt's and Ryan at the ball stain bay prepare this it was issued on the twenty third of September twenty nineteen three days ago it was released a farmer the army had sent a warning out that they were worried that there would be some sort of event or some sort of shooting taking place at a theater that showing the new movie joker that'll be out on October fourth you know this is like history repeating itself not the fact that. you know Aurora the Aurora Colorado shooting is it comes to mind something else comes to mind I want to share with you. for those that remember the Stanley Kubrick movie clockwork orange. clockwork orange was really don't know is a brutal film it very brutal film in fact I remember I saw I thought I can't believe I'm watching this because it was such a brutal film is a guy in the film seems Alex any leads a band of thugs called groups and they go on this crime spree beat they rape bay do all kinds of accident or the culture of violence at one point there's a scene where he bludgeons a woman with a phallic sculpture and another he's he is getting a call are basically a bash Amanda that rape is wife and then they sing of course singing in the rain or doing his song sing in the rain. really a demented weird show weird movie very violent and so what happened was that Phil when he came out I think it was at the time I don't know who's everyone had in C. seventy back that was kind of board it was an R. rated film but was bordering on being X. rated because of all the violence so when Kubrick made a clockwork gorgeous specially you know what was really weird about it is is that apparently there were a lot of copycat incidents that followed the release of the film in early nineteen seventy two there was a British prosecutor who basically slammed the film for influencing a fourteen year old accused of manslaughter later a sixteen year old pleading guilty to killing all man said he heard about the movie while his attorney assured the court that the link between this crime the sensational literature particularly in a clockwork orange is established beyond a reasonable doubt and there of course is the absurd of subject that day with that it was the film that influence the kid or that you know he was copy cat was just basically blaming the crime on a movie rather blaming on the kid no studies ever establish Italy beyond a reasonable doubt nor is there evidence to show that a criminal even one who imitates something on film wouldn't have done something equally a bottle at another time Kubrick knew this but you know what he did he pulled the movie yes Warner brothers to withdraw the movie from theaters while he was defending it with the argument that to try and fasten any responsibility on art as the cause of life seems to be to put the case of the wrong way around our consists of reshaping light but it does not create like no because light same type of commentaries being had by walking Phoenix and others were being criticized for the violence of this new film joker the jet film Phil's been seen at film festivals and it was when it was shown at cover with the vessel was it was given an eight minute standing ovation so this film is supposed to be really good and here we are now half a century after clockwork orange was released and now we see the same thing happening with the joker but this time they are realizing it before the movie comes out and so they want to. somehow over think what's going on here and and put police everywhere set out memos saying be where there may be a shooting maybe violence because apparently this film is really a Grady very you know dark conversion version of the joker so there were it's gonna trigger people in egg doing mass murder mass suicide or mass something I don't know what it is let's see is this something that is is this setting precedent is this you know basically giving somebody out there the challenge or should we be warned about this before hand will it hurt box office for the film do you think they'll eventually pull the film like Stanley Kubrick pulled clockwork orange it's it's a lot a it is a lot you just the things that we could talk about tonight about this movie and what it means and how it fits in to the clown world theory of course Tracy Twyman before she passed away did a show with us it brought forward her theories on cloud world before they started saying a clown world is it as a dog whistle for **** and white supremacy that's.
"fort sill" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Hi Louise. this is ground zero. so I got here. from Richard the document that was sent out in this is from the department of the army. how do the seventh one is a honey seven military police detachment. and it says here Fort Sill. Fort Sill Oklahoma actually Fort Sill CID office. received intelligence bulletin regarding a credible potential mass shooting to occur. did not know movie theater during the release of the new joker movie scheduled on October fourth twenty nineteen. the intelligence bulletin was published by Travis county Texas sheriff's office and working with the local FBI field office they have discovered disturbing and very specific chatter in the dark web regarding the targeting of an unknown movie theater during the joker release. this notice is to have the. widest dissemination to the events okay community as a potential threat within the A. O. R.. commanders need to be aware of this threat for soldier and family safety end to increase situational awareness should they choose to attend the release of this movie at a local theater. Fort Sill CID office will maintain visibility of this intelligence an update BFS okay community as new information becomes available is a point of contact number and I've posted this on the internet prepared by Stephen ambience and Ryan at the ball stain bay prepared this it was issued on the twenty third of September twenty nineteen three days ago it was released a farmer the army had sent a warning out that they were worried that there would be some sort of event or some sort of shooting taking place at a theater that showing the new movie joker that'll be out on October fourth you know this is like history repeating itself not the fact that. it Aurora the Aurora Colorado shooting is it comes to mind something else comes to mind I want to share with you. for those that remember the Stanley Kubrick movie clockwork orange clockwork orange because we don't know is a brutal film it very brutal film in fact I remember I saw I thought I can't believe I'm watching this because it was such a brutal films a guy in the film seems Alex any leads a band of thugs called groups and they go on this crying spree beat they rape they do all kinds of acts of the culture of violence at one point there's a scene where he bludgeons a woman with a phallic sculpture and another he's he is getting a call that are basically they bash Amanda that rape is wife and then they sing of course singing in the rain or doing his song sing in the rain. really a demented weird show weird movie very violent and so what happened was that Phil when it came out I think it was at the time. I don't know who's everyone had in C. seventy back that was kind of board it was an R. rated film but was bordering on being X. rated because of all the violence so when Kubrick made a clockwork gorgeous specially you know what was really weird about it is is that apparently there were a lot of copycat incidents that followed the release of the film in early nineteen seventy two there was a British prosecutor who basically slammed the film for influencing a fourteen year old accused of manslaughter later a sixteen year old pleading guilty to killing all man said he heard about the movie while his attorney assured the court that the link between this crime the sensational literature particularly in a clockwork orange is established beyond reasonable doubt and there of course is the absurd assumption that day with that it was the film that influence the kid or that you know he was copy cat was just basically blaming the crime on a movie rather blaming on the kid no studies ever establish Italy beyond a reasonable doubt nor is there evidence to show that a criminal even one who imitates something on film wouldn't have done something equally a bottle at another time Rick knew this but you know what he did he pulled the movie yes Warner brothers to withdraw the movie from theaters while he was defending it with the argument that to try and fasten any responsibility on art as the cause of life seems to be to put the case of the wrong way around our consists of reshaping lie but it does not create like though because light same type of commentaries being had by walking Phoenix and others were being criticized for the violence of this new film joker the jet film Phil's been seen at film festivals and it was when it was shown at cover with the vessel was it was given an eight minute standing ovation so this film is supposed to be really good and here we are now half a century after clockwork orange was released and now we see the same thing happening with the joker but this time they are realizing it before the movie comes out and so they want to somehow over think what's going on here and and put police everywhere set out memo saying be where there may be a shooting maybe violence. because apparently this film is really a Grady very you know dark conversion version of the joker so there were it's gonna trigger people into doing mass murder mass suicide or mass something I don't know what it is let's see is this something that is is this setting precedent is this you know basically giving somebody out there the challenge or should we be warned about this beforehand will it hurt box office for the film do you think they'll eventually pull the film like Stanley Kubrick pulled clockwork orange it's it's a lot a it is a lot you just the things that we could talk about tonight about this movie and what it means and how it fits in to the clown world theory but of course Tracy Twyman before she passed away did a show with us it brought forward her theories on cloud world before they started saying a clown world as a as a dog whistle for **** in white supremacy.
"fort sill" Discussed on KTOK
"Soldier at Fort Sill has died after starting basic training here's Mike bishop the family of nineteen year old Austin Willie Anders said that they were told the suffered heat stroke and died on August twenty sixth he was from Hawaii his body has since been flown back there his family said he joined the army right out of high school and it's only been at Fort Sill a couple of months hackers were able to access a pension system for retired Oklahoma highway patrol troopers another retired state law enforcement officers and steel more than four million dollars in funds the Oklahoma law enforcement retirement system has more than fifteen hundred retirees I notice. that they posted on their website today says no pension benefits are at risk an FBI investigation is now under way and from the Katie okay weather center the four warn storm team player tonight a low of sixty nine sunny and hot on Saturday with a high of ninety six will be in the mid to upper nineties on Sunday a high about ninety three on Monday more local news at six o'clock I'm Beth Myers news radio one thousand Katie okay. newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios are service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for Edea low team learn more at universal men's clinic dot com. sorry grabbers not so fast we know more about the man who shot. I tried to shoot up Odessa. so my love so Alex coming up these radio one thousand Katie okay when you fire up a John Deere one series tractors you can tackle the job without lessen the attachments look up everything from a front loader to a drive over lower deck in no time so you can haul gravel cut grass or do any job in between because when things just click work gets done and now get a one series for just ninety nine dollars a month to your nearest participating John Deere dealers nothing runs like a Deere run with us search John Deere one series for more zero percent annual percentage rate for additional cost information please call toll free eight five five six three three two three one five do you have sleep apnea are you.
Fort Sill facility may not be needed for migrants, Lankford says
"Oklahoma US senator James Lankford says federal officials may not need to use sports sell the whole migrant children after all more than one hundred protesters gathered at Fort Sill over the weekend demanding opposed not be used to house the children the federal office of refugee resettlement recently announced plans to temporarily detain up to fourteen hundred migrant children for itself after a surge in border crossings the post was used to house migrant children in twenty fourteen during the Obama administration the federal government also used for itself the house hundreds of Japanese and Japanese Americans during World
"fort sill" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Puyallup, fairgrounds called camp harmony and later in Meena dot com. Idaho. Protest on fort sill, dick, you wanna protest. You have to go across the street the highway and that needs to happen right now. Let's go, let's go. Let's go. Now today. My name is cheeser Maury. Couple more statement Nolan. No, ma'am, you may not. You again, I will say this the last time you cannot protest on fort sill. You need to move across the street now. He's going to make a statement. Yes. Here. What I said, you need to move today now right now move. Happen. I don't know. I'm not going to arrest you, but you need to move now. Then we're not going to move. Yes, you're going to move if you're not going to rest for not going to move. Yes, yes, I spent a half years posting Arizona and American concentration camp during World War Two, and I'm here to bear witness to the travesty of American, the American Justice system in that the family separation policy, which is ruining the lives of these children. I'm very incensed.
"fort sill" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Utter absurdity in an attack on our US military, by the way, why don't you put in there that Obama did it before? And by the way, a democrat, president was responsible for that term in policy, why not throw that out there the answer because you're dishonest you're just hacks, you're dishonest tax. You have no principles. I was my whole debate on, on a yesterday's show, which some of you missed it, I was surprised that YouTube, you better video of me baiting, Jason Nichols. I really enjoyed that you can't ever nail them down on principles. So by debate with Jason Nichols on FOX, about foreign interference is foreign interference bad or is it not? And if it's bad, why does Hilary get? I'm just trying to get your principles. Yes. It's bad. Okay. Why isn't it bad? Hillary did it is story. Right. If using fort sill is bad, because you think it's a prison camp. It's not then. Why wasn't it bad? When Obama did it because it's not about principles. It's only about you attacking Donald Trump. Just be honest headline. We hate Donald Trump, therefore, we're making up a false narrative about a prison camp at fort sill. Hey, I'd be like, okay, the story stinks but at least center headlines, they can't be honest, Joe because there are total lunatics a level six infection. It's like crews fell. Jacobs disease number like priante eating away, their Norani's. They got like encephalopathy going on in their brains. Trump is done this to them. It's amazing to watch them collapse. Their integrity, entirely don't Joe you wonder yourself like we watch joy Reid. I'll absolutely hapless joy Reed. I don't even know who the other commentator wasn't MSNBC. But you ever say to yourself? Do they care at all about their professional integrity? Oh, Oh, yeah. I I mean, mean, do do you. you do any research like did you even bother to Google fort sill, Oklahoma and say, you know, maybe we shouldn't run with this story because Obama did it to maybe, I'm very proud to say that we don't do that. We're on the wrong side of an issue. We either corrected but we have principles. You know, we don't agree with President Trump enough. I don't need to get self celebrate Tori by really. But I'm just trying to make the point ladies gentlemen, principles matter. Do you did you have to basic research? Do you not have a producer who said, hey joy? You may want to mention that Barack Obama did this, too. Pathetic pathetic, and we're here to call it out. All right. L Washio, ladies and gentlemen..
"fort sill" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"WSB talk is the number I was not going to start here. Now I have to start here. Alexandro Cossio Cortez, the congresswoman from New York City, who, by the way, there's a pullout yesterday showing that she's at like s fifty seven percent unpopularity in her own congressional district. They're still really upset about the Amazon deal there, Alexandra because you'll Cortez as fond over Franklin donor Roosevelt, who put Japanese Americans into internment camps during World War Two, and she is attacking Donald Trump, claiming that Donald Trump has put concentration camps, in, in fact, let me read you the tweet from this congresswoman, it says, for Republicans don't know the difference concentration. Camps are not the same as death camps concentration camps are considered by experts as mass detention of civilians without trial. That's exactly what the administration is doing is so she's claiming now she's quibbling with words over concentration camps in the Nazi said concentration camps. She say no, no, no. I don't mean the Nazi concentration camps. Just the regular concentration camp. You the ones where people go to die. Oh my gosh. Here's the thing, though. She says this absurd stuff all the time. And the media is defending her with the media is not doing is rebuking her in the way they would with Republicans. In fact, the way the media is spinning. This is Republicans are pouncing. Republicans are pouncing on Alexandra Cossio Cortez. You get a lot of reporters who are out there defending her making this wild claim here is the fact and again, this isn't getting reported in the media. And this is this is really really, really offensive to me. And the reason it's offensive to me is because there is such a clear double standard. In the way, the media would cover these things. And the media is failing to report that all Donald Trump is doing is continuing policy implemented by Barack Obama. Where have you heard that beyond Fox News, where have you heard that maybe Jake tapper on CNN, but have you heard this anywhere else because fort sill, Oklahoma, sat Alba, Oklahoma, fort sill, Oklahoma, that's one of the places the president is housing, these migrant children who are being brought here illegally. They have to be vetted to make sure they're not victims of human trafficking, and then they need to be matched up with family members here here in the United States. And that's where Barack Obama did it too. You're, you're not getting the full picture here. The media has run the salacious stories that these are Japanese internment camp from World War, Two, yes, they are. But also, these are camps that were used by Barack Obama, and they're not internment camps. They're not internment camps. They are camps detainment facilities where the individuals are processed they're fed, and they're paired with people here in this country if they their children and can't be returned or their, their match with their family, but it got to make sure they're not victims of human trafficking. None of this stuff is getting covered in the media. And now Alexandra 'cause Cortez comes out since their concentration camps in the media's view of this is that over Republicans are upset with her, not that Alexandra Cossio Cortez has said something outlandish, if a Republican, look, the, the media reaction Donald Trump says outlandish things, they're really, really offended by what Donald Trump said, and they never cover the reaction to Donald Trump said, they always cover what Donald Trump said, when it's a democrat, who does it, they always cover the Republican reaction, not what the person actually said you see in these stories, real, real double standards, and bias, and that I think actually is a relevant story here. This is an idiot from New York City, who doesn't know much about life, and it's never really lived, a fulfilled existence outside of being a bartender now government service. She doesn't know a lot about the world. And she doesn't know a lot about people. She doesn't know about as she has no, intellectual. Curiosity to understand people. She knows nothing about, she says outlandish things it has set Landers things if it was a Republican, the media would point that out. But. Instead, they're very defensive of her. And that's really a problem. When media trust is an all time low in this country. Now, by the way, housekeeping, real quick. I told you guys, the vice president was going to be joining me ran after five tonight. He now can't literally they cancelled it like five minutes after went off the air yesterday. He had a schedule change. We're going to try to get him back on, and he we will do this. Let me just say you probably want to go on and get your tickets to the resurgent gathering. I know I know I got to be careful here. You can text the word Atlanta. Two three four five three four five. We may have a surprise guest at the resurgent gathering. So we're gonna have Brian Kip a we've reached out to governor Bill Lee, the governor of Tennessee. He's interested in coming. We will have let's see Jeep pie. The FCC chairman, David Purdue will be there. I got a circle back to Johnny Isaac since team. I'd really like to have him there. Talked VA issues a Tom cotton from Arkansas Tim, Scott from. South Carolina, Doug Collins Jody hice for Georgia. Mark meadows from north is going to be there. Text at Lanta two three four five three or four five. If you want to come, it's only ninety nine dollars. I'm about to Jack the price of also I several of you. If you're listening, I hope you are several groups re reached out and said, hey, are you gonna do vendor booths? We were not going to, but we now have space to, if you've got a business in you wanna you wanna display. We're gonna have about seven hundred thousand people there. If you want to get in front of them, your business charity or physician, you wanna booth vendor booth, there reach out to me, Eric at the research dot com and probably about five thousand dollars to do it. We're, we're happy to have more sponsors now that we've got the space to be able to do this. Let me know the more sponsors, frankly, the better. You're doing me a favor by sponsored. Even they'll get a charge you, but let us know it's going to be a huge of it now with the person who's coming who I can't tell you is coming, but there'll be a lot of people there. Now, the president is kicking off his campaign tonight. In florida. It is in Orlando, the Orlando Sentinel, making waves today that they are essentially endorsing anybody but Trump for twenty twenty they'll take anybody. But Trump, I don't know why this is a media headline other than the media is so in tagging stick towards the president. The reality is that the overwhelming bulk of the media in this country is deeply hostile to the president and does not want to get him a fair shake. I get a ton of below blowback from Trump supporters. When I dare criticize the president, I think is actually very unhealthy that people are so defensive of the president and part of me, I think they intuitively understand. He actually isn't a week position, they may think he's gonna win reelection but at the same time, they're also deeply concerned about him, and think his positions week. So they're deeply deeply offensive when you criticize him because they think you might be hurting his relationships in a way, by the way conservatives never were, which W Bush, I was deeply critical of George W Bush when. He ran for president and in was running for president was elected president. I went up to the White House and met with his death. Tony snow got to be a friend of mine when he was the White House press secretary, but they also understood and I know the interestingly enough that the Trump administration doesn't understand, yet, the that I'm willing to call balls and strikes and say, I think this is good. I think this is bad. But of course, supports the president deeply deeply offended when you criticize the president. The problem is on the other side that the media gets deeply offended when you don't criticize the president, when you do supporting before example I was getting routine media hits when I was a conservative critic of the president and had not said, I would supporting the moment I came out and said, you know what I'm critical of him there are things he does. I dislike about him, but I'm going to vote for him in twenty twenty compared to this entire crowd of the democratic field, the media hits dried up me win wins the last time I was on meet the press, yet you come out as a. Critic of the president from the right the media laps it up. Oh, here's another Republican who hates the president. You come out as a critic of the president, but you're going to vote for him. Suddenly, the media doesn't want you anymore. You're not useful to them. The media's very interested in building a narrative right now that even Republicans have turned against the president and the president has not been able to draw people to him. And so that's their frame, I it again. This goes very much directly to this story that the, the pivot for the media. The coverage of the media for the CEO, see story is not what she said, if it was the president, the story would be about what he said, but with Democrats with her, it's always about what the Republican responses in how outraged the Republicans are as if to dismiss the Republican criticism of what she said, if Donald Trump, ever accused Barack Obama of running concentration camps at fort sill, Oklahoma, just ask yourself what the media reaction would be. And yet, that's what a democratic member of congress. And the media's more focused on Republicans criticizing her than her statement. I'm so excited to have blinds dot com. 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"fort sill" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Nonsense used for something different now it is not a concentration camp. It's not even close to that. They've said that they're going to open it up to media, and let people come look at it. You can make your arguments without being so unbelievably dishonest, but they just can't help themselves. How are we supposed to trust the members of the media when they put out stories like this? I just can't believe how are we supposed to trust them? Good. Good question. Congressman Crenshaw we're not supposed to trust them, though. Or we should not trust them. The Trump administration descend, migrant children, former Japanese interment camps, that's the time magazine piece. And what you find out if you read down a little bit is that. Oh, wait. The health and human services department under the Obama administration. Also used fort sill as a temporary emergency shelter for children detained at the border. That's right. The Obama administration sent children to the site. Did anyone ever say in the media? Obama sending refugee kids to same place, used as Japanese internment camp. No. That was never. Why is that folks? Why did that never come? Why was that never said you know the answer? Fun to ask the question rhetorically, isn't it? No. And then you have the other reality that fort sill is a very large US military base and has been in continuous operation. I think since the mid nineteenth century. So a lot of stuff goes on, at fort sill, a lot of stuff happens. You know, I'm, I'm going to New York City this weekend. I'm going to be in New York City for the weekend. Visit family and be with my, my pops for Father's Day, and you could describe that as a Buck Sexton going to the city stolen from native Americans for like, whatever was a few dozen dollars in some womp or something. That's kind of a weird way to describe it is it a lot of other stuff has happened in New York since then. And if you describe it that way out of nowhere wouldn't that tell everyone a lot about what you are you have some agenda? Buck Sexton heading to stolen Indian land for the weekend, also known as New York City. Okay. Well, I, I guess it's technically true, but it's not really high would think of things. This is the absurdity of the media, though for them accuracy now turns into. Any any question, who's this person, you could say someone who's never been in my kitchen? Remember that from was it Norman cheers. Said it before the show. I forget tactically true. You could say that about any number of people someone who's never been in my kitchen, but it doesn't really tell you much that was him doing travek. That's, that's right. That was thank right? Yeah. No. That was that was in. No. That was on the real cheers. I think he was on. Right. Or no. I thought it was him when he was playing at travek on jeopardy. Real jobs. We'll track it down, what track it down. Oh, speaking of track. It down track down in a second. We'll be right back. Talk radio six eighty. WC DM is the home of Rush Limbaugh. Noon to three. This Father's Day. Get your data shirt from untuckit, you know, the shirts, designed to be worn untucked untuckit shirts. Have that just right untucked length? So dad.
"fort sill" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"CBS at them. Hello early. More brain BUSTER department, who's this? Maria where are you from? We're going to give you three clues. And you'll tell to the person it's hopefully when guardian Levy OSA bell or Grainger who is would that be. I can't believe I can't think of her name got brain freeze. I. Which of course, figures that I was get through Emma Watson. That was good. Pretty good. You pull that at the last minute window. Congratulations. Tickets to see Debbie Harry Blondie along with Helvetica Stella they're gonna be at fort sill stadium. And thank you for listening to radio broadcast. Oh, my God that crate thank you so much. You guys are awesome. Dream. Have you know? Big show is on. CVS? Modern.
"fort sill" Discussed on KTOK
"Becky of. The announcement made earlier today by state superintendent joy Hofmeister Rebecca Oglesby says when it comes to improving education, the stakes are high education in Oklahoma is in the midst of some monumental changes. We have to keep this momentum building. But it's going to take everyone Oglesby will begin her duties as teacher of the year in July a team from fort sill was called the Tillman county sheriff's office and Frederick on Monday. Seems that somebody found an artillery round in a bar ditch and had been carrying it around in their vehicle Goalpara a couple of days before bringing it to the sheriff's office fort sill officials said it was a live round that had been fired and still could have detonated under the right conditions. They took possession of the round and it was detonated safely. A sad situation in Cordell officials there say the animal shelter is so overcapacity they need people to adopt a dog. To avoid euthanizing the animals, they say the animal shelter is way over its maximum capacity. There are dogs and crates with very little room distributors have stopped bringing low point veered Oklahoma, and that is causing some grocery and convenience stores to experience a shortage distributors are getting ready for the switch to stronger beer in Oklahoma. And the Tulsa world reports they won't buy back any low point beer that stores have left on hand some stores say the shortage has hurt their overall sales and a man using a motorized wheelchair was killed this morning. In a wreck near southeast fifty ninth and sunny lane and southeast Oklahoma City. The man was crossing the street in.
"fort sill" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project
"I like, okay, teaching the cops or teaching the MP's in the military, we'd put a piece of tape on the mat on the other side of that tape is the highway, right? You know, if either one of you pushes somebody across that line, you're getting hit by car, doing seventy five miles out, you know, because that's the reality of your situation. And are we training that and so you have to, you know, try to think about those. So you don't panic when it happens in reality, you know your brain 'cause you're gonna be panicking anyway. And unless you just fight all the time, there's going to be a level of like Otit and your head. Yeah, OSHA, this is really happening. This guy's everytime time to this guy's really going to fight me. And even though. You can't end up laughing at them in your head 'cause they generally have trained and you're like, wow, you're really bad at this. But it just is is something that time and repetition calms that down. But there you're going to have that in your head going, you know, because as much as we get ready to go downtown and someone jump us and we're ready and we've trained, it's going to be like, holy shit. This is actually, this is actually happening that first few seconds. You're going to get a flight or fight response that you don't get. You know, in the early days when you first start going to two, you get it because you're like, wow, this is like real like full speed stuff. I'm gonna fight. Yeah. You know, at the heart racing in the dry mouth and everything right before it starts, but the more you do it in the more seasoned you become too that you know, you know what the outcome's going to be. You know, everybody's getting back in their car, sweaty and a couple of hours and we're driving home. So you don't have that as much and and part of it is because of the repetition part of is because you're just flat out more comfortable in your skill set at that point. But that's all stuff. That's gonna. Come back to some extent when you do find yourself in that streetfight because then it's real. Who not not the person who gave your black belt because we'll talk about that in a minute, but who would you say? Who would you say taught you most of your jujitsu. So men it came from everywhere. Yeah. And and when I say that, I mean like, so when I was at fort sill, there was no jujitsu. Jim, we went to lavar does in Oklahoma City, but it was an hour and fifteen minutes and the time wasn't there, and then the he wanted us to train for months before we could roll in. We're like, man, we don't have time for that so we didn't go up there. So what ended up happening is for soils a trade based school. So there's tons of people rotating in and out. Inherently we'd get, you know, maybe someone in the captain's career course that was a purple belt that was originally from California or something. Man. We'd pick that dude's brain for three months, and then we'd drill that stuff. We'd we'd go to seminars. So it was just a. And it was just a hodgepodge of of everything. And then always going back in conferring, I conferred with Matt, you know. 'cause 'cause I got drawn into, you know, the jujitsu Rome in the beginning, you know. And I'd be like, you know, I was one step away from meeting us. I e bowls in San off all the time, and Matt was like, hey guy, you're in the army, and you. Quit. I you guys give me shit because I say. I like to it sounds. So I'm gonna keep saying. So you know he was he, he kind of sat me down and explain some marketing TIMMY because at that time I didn't understand any of that Rome and he can give me the speech on what I was worth to any resilient that was willing to teach me if I tied in with them..
"fort sill" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
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"fort sill" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Gas station guy i don't ever go inside the gas station wages yale he's yale your order skittles skittles no the purple guy i usually tell oh yeah yesterday we were at the gas station right the three of us were at the gas station together and me and zach walkout and fort sill in there and allow pas cracking open some some show posts and here i hear a pop and these people yes someone drove away with the gas pumps and she hauled she hauled away on the pump flung out of her or you not right there floated on the ground men in black did not even notice i mean he i mean he was just hey how about did you try to tell them hey hey how about this be having to drive the whole way out there right now i don't want to do the funniest move one car to drive how about funniest moment of the day yesterday was said hey went in and black there's the there's where i live right there is my house right there and he just didn't i was even on his phone or was he was like a straight the whole time was just one because i four i had to be more little bit more greg before tell you notice for sure he got the message isn't that the worst when you try to show somebody something i didn't even like kinda give anything on they give you nothing he didn't have to happen to you like eight times yesterday who for sure i haven't all of us it just like it was the end of the day and we're almost back to the office and it was just it was perfect it really was so funny guy we just drove all the way to aniston and back ruined fort mcclellan.
"fort sill" Discussed on KQED Radio
"At the end of my husband's first year of law school night last year in college he was taken out full service at the tail end of the korean war so we spent two years at fort sill oklahoma in which time my daughter was born and when i was ready to go back to law school an ask for my scholarship the law school asked me to submit the financial statement of my fatherinlaw well i i was angry i knew that no man who married would be asked to submit the financial statement of his father in law but my wonderful father in law said route i would be happy to pay your tuition in retrospect i think the law school asked the right question there was someone in the family able to take care of the tuition what was wrong with it they would never dream of asking a man about his wife's family's finances what strikes me the alter your life you aimed for the summit for the top and you didn't let anybody say well you can't go there you're woman you're a two you're married you have a child to people say things like that to you yes and i said to myself even when i became pregnant our first year in service i began to doubt whether i could manage young child and law school and my father in law gave me some wonderful advice he said ruth if you don't want to go to moscow you have the best reason in the world and no one will think of you but if you really want to become a lawyer he will stop being sorry for yourself and you will find a way to do it and i have taken that at bice at every difficult turn in my life i remembered what father said he was a remarkable man another shadow came over your life your husband martin was diagnosed.
"fort sill" Discussed on KQED Radio
"At the end of my husband's first year of law school my last year in college he was taken out full service at the tail end of the korean war so we spent two years at fort sill oklahoma in which time my daughter was born and when i was ready to go back to law school an ask for my scholarship the law school asked me to submit the financial statement of my fatherinlaw well at first i was angry i knew that no man who married would be asked to submit the financial statement of his father in law but my wonderful father in law said route i would be happy to pay your tuition in retrospect i think the law school asked the right question there was someone in the family able to take care of the tuition what was wrong with it they would never dream team of asking a man about his wife's family's finances his foot strikes me the alter your life you aimed for the summit for the top and you didn't let anybody say well you can't go there you're woman you're a jew you're married you have a child to people say things like that to you yes and i said to myself even when i became pregnant off first year in service i began to doubt whether i could manage young child in law school and my father in law gave me some wonderful vice he said ruth if you don't want to go to moscow you have the best reason in the world and no one was thinking less of you but if you really want to become a lawyer he will stop any sorry via south and you will find a way to do it and i have taken that advice at every difficult turn in my life i remembered what father said he was a remarkable man another shadow came over your life your husband martin was diagnosed with cancer.
"fort sill" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"Wine in in our business but of a young captains and i went to go into europe not germany with my husband i hadn't end up having to go in my secondary malysz which was personnel which i didn't enjoy my marriage was falling apart and the house at my husband had rented was so small the bathroom look like when you find on the airplane so my life had turned upside down from have this wonderful of being a company commander at fort sill and being in charge and responsible and having a wonderful highperforming organization my job was basically walmart breeder for new people in frankfurt well i started getting sick and i finally went to the doctor and asked me if i was under any stress and i told them stress i got the easiest job at the whole germany under walmart breeder for newcomer said come overseas and then it hit me that my marriage was falling apart i didn't like my job and i didn't like where i live in a henny talked anybody 'cause i thought i could suck it up i thought i can handle it all in the doctor told me i was getting a bleeding ulcer and that i better take care myself twos and so i flew home to his see my parents and i was scared to death thinking that my mom was gonna think i was a failure for not been able to survive my marriage and when i went home they were the so supportive is like the world was lifted off my shoulders and i went back and i interviewed i got another company command with airborne rigor detachment in my dog nine moved into a new house and dunwoody is back.