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"fort stevens" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

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"fort stevens" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Skip what's the first one? Peter, a retired Air Force guy was shocked by the discussions about our nation's finances and what we're doing supporting Russian pipelines in Germany. What's going on here? Peter. For whatever reason, our current administration favors Russia's economy over ours. I don't understand. I'm as confused about this as you are. Our nation should look out for America and our citizens first. I think that's clear. And Sue. An army vet really enjoyed your review of the beginnings of your show. It's good to look back at where you came from. Oh, and she hopes you had a happy birthday. Thanks. Sue the anniversary show was fun to do. And yes, I had a great birthday. Now it's time for military history. What's first Skip? On 22 June 18. Oh, seven British officers of the H. M s leopard boarded the USS Chesapeake and demanded the right to search the ship for deserters. Commodore James Barone refused and the British opened fire with broadsides on the unprepared Chesapeake and forced her to surrender. This led to the war of 18 12. It did. Sounds like a sequel, Colonel literally. 22 June, 18 98 Admiral Sampson began an amphibious landing near Santiago, Cuba. Lieutenant Colonel Theodore Roosevelt and Colonel Leonard would lead the rough Riders a volunteer cavalry regiment onto the beach at the query in the Spanish American War. Colonel is a Fort Leonard Wood down in Missouri. Is that named after this, colonel? Yep. Awesome. All right. On 22. June 1942. Japanese submarine shelled Fort Stevens, Oregon at the mouth of the Columbia River. They didn't do that very often. On 22. June, 1944 President Franklin Roosevelt signed the GI Bill an unprecedented act to compensate returning members of our military known as GIs for their efforts in World War two. Roosevelt created the GI bill, hoping to avoid a relapse into the Great Depression. After the war ended, the American Legion successfully fought for many of the provisions included in the bill, which gave returning service members access to unemployment conversation. Low interest, home loans and business loans and funding for education by giving vets money for tuition, living expenses, books, supplies and equipment. The GI bill effectively transformed higher education in America before the war College have been an option for only 10 to 15% of youth and university campuses were a haven for the most privileged classes by 1947. In contrast, That's made up half of the nation's college enrollment. Three years later, nearly 500,000 Americans had graduated from college compared to 100 60,000 in 1939. Wow, That is incredible. I used to build him. Oh, that's awesome. On 24 June 1948 1 of the most dramatic standoffs in the history of the Cold War began as the Soviet Union blocked all road and rail traffic to and from West Berlin. The blockade turned out to be a terrible move by the Soviets. While the US emerge with renewed purpose and confidence, American officials were furious for a few tense days, the world waited to see whether the U. S and Soviet would come to blows. In West Berlin. Panic began as its population worried about shortages of food, water and medical aid. Our response came in just two days, a massive airlift of supplies into West Berlin was undertaken and what became one of the greatest logistical efforts in history. The Soviets, It became a diplomatic embarrassment. Russia looked like an international bully trying to starve men, women and Children and the successful American airlift accentuated the technological superiority of the U. S. On May 12 1949. The Soviets ended the blockade. Was in Berlin in the 19 sixties, while it was still isolated. And they still talked about the Berlin airlift. Of course, it saved their lives. It would be a scary when the lift through. Yeah. On 25. June 1950 communist North Korea's military smashed into South Korea, setting off the Korean War, The US acting under the auspices of the United Nations, sprang to the defence of South Korea. Forces of many nations fought a bloody and frustrating war. For the next three years. Korea A former Japanese possessions have been divided into zones of occupation following World War two U. S forces accepted the surrender of Japanese forces in Southern Korea while the Soviets did the same in the North. Like in Germany, however, the temporary division became permanent. The Soviets established a communist regime in the north, while we became the main source of financial and military support for the South The North Korean attack surprised the South Korean forces and are small forces that we have there. We pushed the resolution through the UN Security Council calling for a military assistance in South Korea. President Truman dispatched military forces to what he termed a police action. That turned the tide in the U. S and South Korean forces marched into North Korea. This, however, prompted the massive intervention of communist Chinese forces so the war subsequently bogged down into a bloody stalemate. 1953, the U. S and North Korea signed a ceasefire. This ended the conflict and resulted in the continued division of the north of South Korea just about at the same place it was before the conflict. A ceasefire doesn't end a war, however, so the war technically continues. China became North Korea's sponsor and now provides most of the resources that nation needs. You know, Colonel, that war has always interested me because my father and three of my uncles all thought on the Korean peninsula during that time. I know that was a heck of a war. I am glad I was not involved. Well, that's military history. For today. Troops do you carry a gun for self defense? Are you worried about legal issues after using a gun for self defense? Well, I am and that's why I and our whole team are members of the Armed Citizens Legal Defense Network. They are not an insurance company. But.

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"fort stevens" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 7 months ago

"fort stevens" Discussed on WTOP

"On the left shoulder. Before Georgia Avenue and the edges of the highways and especially on the more sheltered ramps, Whereas we were just wet earlier today that snowmelt is re freezing, and we've got some ice issues north and west of town where there was more liquid equivalent. It's now freezing over in a German town where the air temperatures below freezing the road temperatures following suit. We've got some icy conditions like on the rant from North bound to 70 27 Father, Hurley Boulevard. They have blocked that rant where a couple of crashes happened. Now they have to de ice. The crash up above on 27 at 2 70 is clear on the Beltway in Virginia outer Loop Alexandria local lanes near Route One crash had been on the left side but now getting by with a minimal delay toward the Wilson Bridge by staying to the right 95 North out very slow traffic from Quantico past except 1 50 near Mile 1 51 before done freeze the crash still blocking the left lane South bound still in volume delays in the Woodbridge 66. No delays inside or outside of the capital Beltway district north on 16th Street, past military road near Fort Stevens Drive pickup stopped in and blocking. The right travel lane. No issues on the freeways through downtown W. T O P Reporters are driven by Fitzgerald Auto Mall shot Fitz First State money on New Toyotas, Hyundais and Subaru's visit fit small dot com Transparency you can trust Dave Tilden. Wt o p. Traffic. Let's turn to Brianna Berman solo at Storm Team four. Latest on our forecasters. Guys Becoming mostly cloudy overnight to those clouds begin to roll in after midnight and may persist through tomorrow.

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"fort stevens" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"fort stevens" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"For your listeners you send your thoughts to me at Denny at from Oxford about com or on Facebook skip what's the first comment sue an army vet said thank you for reminding us of the horrible way general Flynn has been treated by a government the people who did this to him are pure evil and criminals they should be in jail sue you are one hundred percent right they are criminals and should be jailed eight from California really enjoyed hearing the interviews of your team on your birthday show thanks for doing them it was fun I'm blessed with a great team now it's time for military history without script on twenty two June eighteen oh seven British officers of the HMS leopard boarded the USS Chesapeake after she had set sail for the Mediterranean and demanded the right to search the ship for deserters come under James Barron refused and the British open fire with broadsides on the unprepared Chesapeake and forced her to surrender this led to the war of eighteen twelve on twenty three June eighteen sixty five Confederate general stand wait who is also a Cherokee chief surrendered the last sizeable Confederate army at fort Towson in Oklahoma territory I'm twenty two June nineteen forty one during World War two operation Barbarossa the German attack on the Soviet Union began despite massive preparations and the warning Stalin received the Soviets were taken by surprise and loss very heavily in the first encounters the Germans deployed over three million men seven thousand one hundred guns thirty three hundred tanks six hundred and twenty five thousand horses and two thousand seven hundred and seventy aircraft the Red Army had twenty four thousand tanks and eight thousand aircraft on the first day of the attack almost everything went the German way the attack began at three AM with advances on the ground and air strikes the left wafa the Luftwaffe was over the Soviet bases exactly at zero hour by noon the Soviet Air Force had lost twelve hundred planes the land battle was equally successful one twenty two June nineteen forty two during World War two a Japanese submarine shelled fort Stevens Oregon at the mouth of the Columbia River on twenty two June nineteen forty three during World War two federal troops put down race related writing in Detroit that claimed over thirty lives one twenty three June nineteen forty four during World War two the Soviet counterattack against the Germans began the Soviet forces included over a million two hundred fifty thousand men over four thousand tanks and self propelled guns or twenty four thousand artillery pieces number sixty three hundred aircraft Soviet objectives included jeeps and circle of minced Soviet forces with them to drive west towards the Vistula river the German defenders were about eight hundred thousand men about nine hundred tanks and assault guns in about ten thousand pieces of artillery thirty hundred planes Russians did well and that's military history for today ship this time for the armed America report because they're broke all of us here for lines of freedom what our listeners to get training get armed in that order we fully support the right to keep and bear arms for all law abiding families and we encourage you to find out about the laws governing use of deadly force in your state and follow them the letter and of course don't forget to follow the rules of safety and common sense whenever you're carrying a firearm to protect the one you love what started this week colonel an armed citizen in Spartanburg South Carolina reportedly shot a man threatening him with a piece of lumber outside a home improvement store about three PM on eighteen August what say the two men who knew each other began arguing in the store the armed citizen disengage and try to avoid the other man the suspect went out in the parking lot retrieved a four foot piece of lumber from his vehicle and awaited the other man you can follow the armed citizen to his vehicle and threatened him with a lumber the sale ended nor demands order to back away and continue to advance to the armed citizen was forced to shoot the suspect died shortly thereafter police said the shooter acted in self defense will not be charged thanks girl I think we can all agree by now that society is covered with a thin veneer of civility look around at all the writing pro testing including and you'll quickly conclude that America today is not the America most of us grew up in things are rapidly changing and as William Butler Yates said in his poem the second coming things fall apart the center cannot hold mere anarchy is loosed upon the world one of the things I teach my students is this the moment you strap on a handgun for personal protection you must become the most polite person on the planet you should no longer get into arguments or altercations with anyone avoid inflammatory topics like politics and religion with people who disagree with you just back away and move on let's face it folks there are some things worth dying for and others that are not your ego is not worth dying for but neither is it worth killing for arguing over political ideology and religious doctrine is not worth getting into a gun fight I recall when I was a kid back in the sixties my father would argue politics or religion with people all the time sometimes it was even yelling and waving of the arms however that's where it ended after each person had their say they'd finished their Cup of coffee shake hands and part company until the next argument you can't do that anymore many people have lost their sense of civility now from what I've read our arms citizen from South Carolina did a pretty darn good job of trying to de escalate the altercation but frankly some people when they get angry refused to calm down the man who was shot is one of those people one of the best forms of self defense is a kind word but sometimes even a kind word won't diffuse the rage of an irrational out of control lunatic I'm reminded of the words of teddy Roosevelt speak softly but carry a big stick this citizen did all he could but in the end words weren't enough and the stick is what saved his life thanks get our movie the month before marmot please go to the front lines of freedom website go to the blog gets a link you can watch it for free we'll review at the end of the month and I'd really appreciate receiving your input send your comments to me at Danny at front lines of freedom dot com next week on front lines of freedom veteran Volvos Yano we'll discuss the renaming of military forts and posts we'll also talk with Jesse and Tara Johnson Brower about his severe posttraumatic stress and how they work together to get him healed and we'll talk with John Colbert from the M. 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"fort stevens" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

11:46 min | 1 year ago

"fort stevens" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Begins. That will last until July third the battle of Gettysburg Pennsylvania. The bloodiest battle of the civil war dashes robbery lease hosts for a successful invasion of the north Sunday Sunday Sunday but actually a Wednesday Thursday and Friday Robert e Lee's a mouth of the south. He rides a horse named traveler. He takes on George T meet in the battle of Gettysburg the old snapping turtle seriously. I didn't even make up that nickname. He rides a horse named Old Baldy also seriously. His nickname suck. We're going to tell you the whole seat but you'll only need the edge. This battle involves around eighty five thousand men in the Union army of the Potomac under Major General George Gordon. Meade approximately seventy five thousand in the confederate army of northern Virginia commanded by generally casualties at Gettysburg. Total twenty three thousand forty nine for the Union. Twenty eight thousand sixty three for the confederacy. More than a third of Lee's army. These largely irreplaceable losses to the South's largest army combined with the confederate surrender of VICKSBURG MISSISSIPPI. Marked what is widely regarded as a huge turning point? Perhaps the turning point in the war against the south although the conflict will continue for nearly two more years union naval and land forces attack defenses near Charleston South Carolina July tenth and Eleventh Among the Union troops is the fifty fourth Massachusetts Colored Infantry the first African American regiment of volunteers to see Combat Hail Nimrod. How men must have fucking loved to fire confederates. I mean how can you not how we're victory would not be there as confederates would fend off? The attack on July thirteenth draft rights begin a New York City and elsewhere as disgruntled workers and labor seething over the draft system seemingly favors. The rich attacked the draft office in African American churches. Holy Shit. The rights continue through July sixteenth attacking. The churches. See like I said earlier. Not everyone in the north really. Gave a shit about the plight The plight of the black southern's life near Falling Waters Maryland July Thirteenth Fourteenth Union troops skirmished with. Lee's rear guard that night. The Army of Northern Virginia crosses the Potomac River in the Gettysburg campaign in July Eighteenth Marxist second assault on Battery Wagner South Carolina leading the Union infantry charges the fifty fourth Massachusetts colored infantry commanded by Colonel Robert gowd Shaw who's killed and buried with the dead of his regiment. The South again fends off. Union soldiers on September nineteenth and twenty. Th the battle of chicken. Maga Georgia's is thought. I had not heard of this one. The Union army of the Cumberland under General William Rosencrantz defeated nearly routed by the confederate army of Tennessee commanded by General Braxton Bragg Rosencrantz army retreat to the supply base at Chattanooga. Tennessee was sixteen thousand. One Hundred Seventy Union in eighteen thousand. Four hundred fifty four confederate casualties. The battle of chicken Maga or chicken Maga was the second Kasese battle the civil war ranking only behind Gettysburg. By far the deadliest battle fought in the west crazy how much more well known the battle of Gettysburg is. I'm guessing partly because no one cares about second place and also chicken Maga not as catchy as Gettysburg Lot. More fighting happens over the next few months. November Nineteenth President Abraham Lincoln delivered at Gettysburg address. Lot more fighting happened for another month. December eighteen sixty three Lincoln issues proclamation of Amnesty and reconstruction. Which would pardon knows who participated in the existing rebellion? South for the most part doesn't give a shit keeps fighting February nineteen sixty four after weeks. Dig In one hundred. Nine Union officers escaped from the notorious Libby prison in Richmond Virginia largest most insatiable escape of the war though forty eight of the escapee's later captured to drown. Fifty nine made their way back to union lines. How bad ass civil war jailbreak Wiesner movie about that? I hope some of the nine survivors live long lives February seventeen to eighteen sixty four fucking submarine shows up the Hell's the submarine doing here and the first successful submarine tax civil war the CSS H L Hunley a seven manned submersible craft attacks USS. Houston HOUSTON ick outside of Charleston. South Carolina struck by the submarine's torpedo. I think Houston tonic. I missed out on a tonic. Broke apart and sank taking all but five of her crew with her unfortunately because it was eighteen sixty four and submarines really sucked the Hunley also lost never heard from again until discovered in nineteen ninety-five those poor bastards inside. What a quick roller coaster emotions for them who did it. We just sunk their battleship. Shit why are we thinking? Because it's eight hundred sixty four. This is a fucking submarine or are we thinking doing this? March third in eighteen sixty four ulysses grant assumes command of all union armies in the field. He immediately celebrates by getting shit faced. Over the next four weeks the confederates lose several times in Louisiana then on April twelfth. They win Tennessee that day. The captured Fort Pillow Tennessee after a rapid rate through central and western Tennessee confederate cavalry under Nathan Bedford. Forrest attacking overwhelmed the union garrison at Fort Pillow among those garrison. The fort were African American troops. Many of whom were murdered by forest angered troops after they had surrendered. The affair was investigated and no charges of an atrocity were denied by confederate authorities. Of course the events for pillow cast a pall over forces reputation remained an emotional issue for the rest of the war on May fourth and Fifth Generals Grant and Lee Clash Virginia and the Battle of the wilderness the opening battle of the overland campaign or Wilderness Campaign General Grant a company Army of the Potomac under general meade issued orders for the campaign to begin on May Third Lee responded by attacking the Union column in Dense Woods and underbrush An area known as the Wilderness West of Fredericksburg Virginia Most agreed that union casualties were around seventeen thousand eighteen thousand a confederate casualties whereas highs around eleven thousand four hundred based on the numbers. The Battle of the Wilderness was the fourth bloodiest battle to civil war ranking behind Gettysburg spots over the unions Atlanta campaign begins. I may seven with three union armies under his command. General William T Sherman March South Tennessee into Georgia against the confederate army of Tennessee. Under General Joseph Johnston the objective being the capture of Atlanta. The Atlanta campaign would run from May to September directly precede Sherman's infamous march to the sea. The number of union soldiers engaged the Atlanta campaign varied from about ninety eight thousand. Two hundred twelve thousand. While the number of confederate soldiers was around fifty thousand on May fourth and fifteenth as part of Atlanta that campaign. The Battle of soccer Georgia raged this battlefield over one hundred fifty eight thousand total troops ninety nine thousand with a union sixty for the South Jer. General Sherman's armies are blocked by Razaka by General Johnston's Army of Tennessee or blocked at Razaka after two days of maneuvering intense fighting Johnston withdrawals German advances but takes precautions against order. Any further mass assaults were high casualties may occur both sides lost around two thousand eight hundred June fourth. I through the third general Lee gets his last major victory to civil war in the battle of cold harbor. Virginia was a sprawling two week engagement left more than eighteen. Thousand soldiers killed wounded or captured. The South Wins again on June tenth and the Battle of Rice's crossroads Mississippi despite being outnumbered almost two one confederate general Nathan Bedford Forrest Attacks Routes a union command. Under General Samuel Sturgis. There are two twenty six hundred union casualties at eighty five hundred troops compared with less than five hundred confederate casualties out. Thirty five hundred. On July nine th the confederates damn near You. Create an opportunity for themselves to attack the capital. This is when the battle of monocracy Maryland goes to south way in an attempt to draw union troops away from the ongoing siege of Petersburg and Richmond a confederate force under jubal early quietly moved north into Maryland. Early had made excellent progress until he reaches Frederick where a force of six thousand federal troops under General Wallace is a raid to delay his advance though. The battle was a union defeat. It also touted. I was touted as the battle that save Washington for it succeeded in holding back early. March until troops could be sent to the capital defense during the fighting. Roughly Twenty to twenty two hundred men were killed wounded or captured or listed as missing from the from the Union. Nine hundred confederate Oh I'm sorry. Twenty two hundred total confederate. Jesus Christ so many numbers dizzy. Sometimes July eleventh and twelfth two confederates attack Washington in the battle of Fort Stevens. Jubal early troops arrived on the outskirts of Washington. Dc trade cannon fire with the Token Union force remaining in the fourth round. The city President Lincoln is able to see the fighting right from the capital. He's observing the skirmishing from Fort Stevens reinforcements from the army of the Potomac arrive in quickly. Fill IN THE WORKS. Early withdraws that evening luckily the south over three years into the war. Pretty crazy three years of union forces attacking him and three years of the Union. Mostly winning the war on southern soil. And they're still not ready to raise the white flag and they almost take DC July twenty first and twenty second is the battle of Atlanta General. James McPherson Commander of the Union Army of Tennessee killed during the fighting of these thirty four thousand eight hundred sixty three union troops engaged in the battle. Three thousand seven hundred twenty two killed wounded captured or missing. Confederate forces suffered estimated fifty five hundred casualties out of over forty thousand soldiers. Despite Losing Gentlemen Pherson the Union or to General McPherson or. Excuse me despite losing the Union this battle despite losing the General Jesus Christ despite losing general McPherson. There we go. The Union wins battle and it sets the stage for the union taken the city in September. I didn't understand my notes. There and then that paves the way for Sherman's March to the sea lot more fighting occurs over the rest of the summer on September first Atlanta falls completely confederate troops under General Hood Evacuate City General. Sherman's army occupied the city and its defenses. The following day union casualties about thirty one thousand six hundred man. Lot of casualties to take the confederate casualties. About thirty five thousand. An estimated four thousand four hundred. Twenty one Four thousand four hundred twenty. Three Union soldiers died during the Atlanta campaign. An estimated three thousand forty four confederate soldiers died so much more fighting happens over the next few months. My Heck Gosh. Dang on November eighth eighteen. Sixty-four Abraham Lincoln is re elected president of the United States. And he starts his second term famously by holding a press conference and telling the south to and I quote suck his big black Dick No. He doesn't fucking awesome. If you would've said those exact words used funds suck my leg dig. Wait wait what so confused on. So many levels on November Sixteen General Sherman's Army of Georgia begins the infamous march to the sea which includes some sixty thousand soldiers on a two hundred eighty five mile march from Atlanta to Savannah. The purpose of Sherman's March to the sea is too frightened. Georgia's civilian population into abandoning the confederate war effort. And it works. Sherman's troops marched south towards Savannah in two wings about thirty miles apart on November. Twenty seven thousand five hundred confederate cavalry start a skirmish with the Union soldiers at Griswald Ville end so badly. Six hundred and fifty confederate soldiers were killed or wounded compared to sixty two Yankee casualties the southern troops initiate no more no more battles with Sherman instead they flee south ahead of Sherman's troops wreaking havoc as they go. They wreck bridges chop down trees burn barns filled with provisions before the Union army can reach them. They're burning down their own stuff. The Union soldiers are just as a terrible. They raid farms plantations steal and slaughter cows chickens turkeys sheep hogs taking food especially bread and potatoes as much as they can carry..

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A brief history of presidents visiting troops in combat

Retropod

05:14 min | 1 year ago

A brief history of presidents visiting troops in combat

"The only civil war battle that took place in Washington the battle of Fort Stevens President Abraham Lincoln gotten his carriage one evening and made an extra ordinary request he wanted to go see the fighting nobody of course not this was a very good idea but Lincoln did and off he went Lincoln wanted to support the Union troops he wanted to see the situation with his own eyes and he very nearly got himself killed as Brown's zipped over his top hat young officers shouted get down you fool. Lincoln Secretary of war Edwin Stanton was so worried about his boss that he ordered silence to evacuate winking was not happy he said I thought I was commander in chief Lincoln was not the first president to step foot on an American battlefield president James Madison was at the battle of Bladensburg during the war eighteen twelve but Lincoln's visit is often cited by historians in recounting the importance of presidents visiting troops in or near war zones to better grasp conditions to reverse public doubts into signal to both US and enemy forces the country took war efforts seriously veterans have split on the value of such visits with some suggesting that these so-called dog and pony show IOS obscure the realities of war and drain military resources to keep the president safe true or not these visits provide lasting symbolic images of presidents as commanders in war military as well as all the requirements team allied commander in Europe during World War Two Eisenhower made a bold campaign promise days before he won the nineteen fifty two presidential election I shall go to Korea our said the conflict there was spinning out of Control and Eisenhower promised to review reflieffactor military political and psychological to be mobilized in speeding a just peace eisenhower made good on his promise the next month as president elect he visited commanders and surveyed Chinese North Korean positions from spotter aircraft dressed in a thick parka. Eisenhower squatted on an ammunition crate and ate lunch shoulder to shoulder with soldiers photos of Eisenhower there were symbolically important showing him as a hands on leader but the visit had important policy implications to confirming Eisenhower's belief that the war had become a stalemate Eisenhower brokered an armistice later that July and set after that we could not stand forever on a static front and continued to accept casualties without any visible results according to historian Michael Beschloss and his new book presidents of war speedy and reliable air travel after the nine I'm too blunt negative public opinion Johnson stood in a jeep at Cameron Bay choked up Johnson told his troops I could not begin to thank every man in Vietnam for what is doing

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"fort stevens" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"fort stevens" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Sevens Stanton to you here and seven seven Mr President we have a great deal to do today this case has already been I did I can't take the time for every woman with a story like I am this woman has already given up five more than either you are I can ever give our country very well Mr president excuse me for a moment I have an important dispatched to send I'll be in my office with President very well tell me what your son did to bring about his judgment Buckley kill months ago he was home leave and probably was there he met a girl it's because of her pool I warned her not to come but when young people are in love it's hard to get them to listen to their anyhow Russia came down and they wouldn't give believe and so he deserted no no he was going back and fight again he just wanted tadpole girl to look into her eyes to see your smile once more please please listen to Mr President sons listen to this later stanton and see if you can find some merit in repeal verizon's live Mr President as secretary of War I consider it a center the preservation of this country that know convicted deserter show have his sentence commuted Mr Stanton a few days ago my son fought at Fort Stevens to protect you in the capital he was wounded their this car. It's aren't even huge Adami assure you have my deepest sympathy but I must also ask that you appreciate my position when I tell you there is nothing I can do you have tons of your own I beg you listen to Mrs Buckling I do not wish to interfere if possible Xijiang case to Mr Stanton and then tell me what he says stand listening to this woman's story and then come to me and we will discuss it very well Mr President all right Mrs Beckley give me the facts as quickly and briefly as possible did you hear that women's Mr President I so I I don't wish to step out of line but are you thinking of pardoning that young man I'm thinking what is very seriously indeed but I'm over the Mr Stanton we'll do it himself if you do have any intention of pardoning the manual no time to lose what do you mean I mean tally auto later go immediately the Thrusday which is where the prisoners being held eastern and oddly to the fort while I was talking to the woman yes well I now than analysts and this immediately telegraphed to the problem Marshall having an uncharged share private James Buckley of a seven month sentence to execution a direct him do bring immediately to the war department is prisoner order 'em under the personal command of the president of the United States the disregard all other orders whatever as regards the disposition of his prisoner and ask for the marshalls personal acknowledgement by Telegraph off the receipt of this order that's the message sandwich once and I'm going to wait right here until I receive the answer I requested this dispatch in just a moment will come back to Edward Arnold and Mr President September Tenth Nineteen Fifty Mr President on Classic Radio Theater not know what president it is yet there's no question you need Omega threes but which form should you take fish oil or Krill oil scientists debated this for years luckily there's.

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"fort stevens" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:00 min | 2 years ago

"fort stevens" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Tuning into this Tuesday edition of Classic Radio Theater on your favorite station an episode of Mr President as it was originally broadcast sixty nine years ago today Sunday September tenth nineteen fifty in the newspapers of that Sunday. These were some of the headline dateline Washington Shinkin President Truman last night set up a powerful new wage price production control system to steer the nation through a mighty defense program that may last her many years and cost more than thirty billion dollars annually warning that the fight against communist aggression will demand sacrifices from every American the president declared that price and wage controls old will be imposed vigorously and promptly if either wages or prices get out of hand also from Washington creation a new defense production authority already in the Commerce Department is the key unit in industrial mobilization is expected today. According to the Secretary of Commerce Sawyer he reportedly will name William H Harrison the president of international telephone and Telegraph as Chief of the allocation and priorities agency and military research experts said last night they look for no push button warfare development in the next several years that will make present weapons obsolete regardless of water being forecast about Earth satellite vehicles supersonic targets seeking guided missiles. They're still will be need for conventional aircraft and long range gun from Kansas City county grand. Dan Jury yesterday ended a four-month investigation of Tanta City's underworld with a report that most of about twenty individuals responsible for organized crime in this city have been indicted on gambling charges. The jury was called shortly after the slayings of Charles Maggie. Oh the north side Democratic leader and his Henchman Charles Dorada April fifth their deaths have still not been solved dateline Washington President Truman yesterday underlined his promise to veto the anti-communist bill now before the Senate by rejecting an immigration measure containing some similar pervasive in the Korean War News. UN forces closing a dangerous despite Mao gap in the northern defence wall easing the threat from an expected new red breast Entendu from the North West in the south communist troops have retaken taken Battle Mountain in the air war allied warplanes grounded two days by rain took up late Saturday and pounded red concentrations north of Taizhou from Lake success the US promised yesterday a continuing fight against inviting Chinese Communist to Security Council hearings on Asian Disputes Deputy US representative in the Security Council Ernest Gross said the US attitude was the same on Communist China charges that a US planes strafed a Chinese airstrip in Manchuria yeah and on the false charges that we are guilty of aggression in Formosa meanwhile from Taipei Formosa Chinese nationalist from all indications will allow the united the Dacians to make a first-hand inspection of communist charges of an American invasion of formosa only on one condition that is for a UN commission. I shortly simultaneously to look into nationalist charges of Soviet Russia aggression against China and from Detroit Traffic Judge John D Watts last password to Mrs Florence. Wilson Sixty four was especially firm. Mrs Wilson convicted of reckless driving lost her driver license for six months at the judge's order he side side swipe. Two cars and police said she tried to allude arrest but she said I go to Florida every winter. Can I have my license back to drive to Florida. She said no you you can't and if it was not for your age I would send you to jail. You know some of the day's top news stories reported in the newspapers of Sunday September tenth. It's nineteen fifty on your radio. Mr President which continues now on Classic Radio Theatre Seven Seven's stanton to you here seven seven seven Mr President. We have a great deal to do today. This case has already been decided. I can't take the time for every woman with a story like I am. This woman has already given up five more than either you are I can ever give our country very well Mr president excuse me a moment. I have an important dispatch then I'll be in my office. Mr President very much son did to bring about his charge Miss Butler two months ago he was home on leave and while he was there he met a girl because of her net pool. I warned her not to come but when young and people are in love it's hard to get them to listen to their anyhow she came down and they wouldn't give him leave and so he he deserted no no he was going back and fight again. He just wanted to kiss that fall girl to look into her eyes to see your smile once more. Please yeah please listen to Mr President seven suns dead. I must die now lose the because he wanted launched kiss the girl listen to this latest implements. If you can find some merit in repeal son's ones life Mr President as secretary of war I consider it essential to the preservation of this country that know convicted deserter show have his sentence commuted. It's just in a few days ago. My son taught at Fort Stevens to protect you in the capital. He was wounded their this cards aren't even here at my assure. You have my deepest sympathy but I must also ask that. You appreciate my position when I tell you there is nothing I can do to present. You have tons of your own. I think you're listening to Mrs Buckley. Actually I do not wish to interfere if possible resides your case to Mr Stanton and then tell me what he says standing listen listen to this woman's story and then come to me and we will discuss it anyway Mr President all right Mrs Barclay give me the facts as quickly and bravely brakebest possible. Did you hear that women's ally part of it the President I so I wish to step out of line but are you thinking of pardoning that young man. I'm thinking about very seriously indeed but I am over Mr Stanton. We'll do it himself closer. If you do have any the intention of broadening the man you have no time to lose. What do you mean I mean that unless you acted once the sentence will be carried out before any part and can reach the boy while you were talking to us as a Buckley? Mr Stanton came out and gave an outdoor an orderly. I heard him tell the auto later. Go immediately the for the Rousse which is where the prisoners being held. He sent an in order to the fort while I was talking to the woman yes well. I'll be hanged. I really wouldn't be hanged about other. We'll go to the Telegraph obvious Oh bill that we have a lot of all of ores once the liars and using the President Sir very important orders with regard to the movement to the six call dispatch asthmatic has material jolly. The president launched a liar now John Lewis and this through immediately telegraphed to the Marshall having having an uncharged share private James Buckley seven per month sentenced to execution today rectum debris immediately to the water badminton his prisoner autumn under the person who commands the president of the United States to disregard all other orders whatsoever as regards the disposition of prisoner and ask for the Provost Marshal's personal acknowledgement by telegraph of the receipt of this order. That's the message with once and I'm going to wait right here until I receive the answer requested do based dispatch in just a moment we'll come back to Edward Arnold and Mr President September Timber Tenth Nineteen Fifty Mr President on Classic Radio Theater. Do you know what president it is yet. There's no question you need Omega threes. But which form should you take fish oil or Krill. Oil scientists have debated this for years. 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"fort stevens" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"fort stevens" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Episode of Mr President as it was originally broadcast sixty nine years ago today Sunday September knbr tenth nine thousand nine hundred fifty in the newspapers of that Sunday. These were some of the headlines Dateline Washington President Truman last night set up a powerful new wage price production shing control system to steer the nation a mighty defense program that may last for many years and cost more than thirty billion dollars annually warning that the the fight against communist aggression will demand sacrifices from every American the president declared that price and wage controls will be imposed vigorously and promptly if either wages choose our prices get out of hand also from Washington Creation Defense Production Authority in the Commerce Department is the key unit in industrial mobilization. It is expected today. According to Secretary of Commerce Sawyer he reportedly will name William H Harrison President of the international telephone and telegraph as Chief of the allocation tation and priorities agency and military research experts said last night they look for no post button warfare development in the next several years then then we'll make present weapons obsolete regardless of what is being forecast about Earth satellite vehicles and supersonic targets seeking guided missiles. They're still will be we need for conventional aircraft and long range gun from Kansas City County grand jury yesterday into the four month investigation of Tanta City's city's underworld with a report that most of about twenty individuals responsible for organized crime in this city have been indicted on gambling charges. The jury was called shortly only after the slayings of Charles Baggio the north side Democratic leader and essentially Charles Garate April fifth their debts have still not been solved dateline Washington President Truman yesterday underlined his promise to be tow the anti-communist bill now before the Senate by rejecting an immigration measure containing some similar provisions in the Korean War News. UN forces closing a dangerous five mile gap in the northern defense while easing the threat right from an expected new red breast Entendu from the North West in the south communist troops have retaken Battle Mountain in the air war allied warplanes gratitude the two days by rain late Saturday and pounded red concentrations north of Taizhou from Lake success the US promised yesterday continuing fight against inviting Chinese Communist to Security Council hearings on Asian Disputes Deputy US representative in the Security Council Ernest Gross said the US attitude it was the same on Communist China charges that a US planes strafe to Chinese airstrip in Manchuria and on the false charges that we are guilty of aggression in Formosa meanwhile from Taipei Formosa Chinese nationalist from all indications will allow the United Nations to make a first-hand inspection of communist discharges of an American invasion of Formosa only on one condition that is for a U N Commission I or at least simultaneously to look into nationalist charges of Soviet. Oh be at Russia aggression against China and from Detroit Traffic Judge John D Watts last word to Mrs Florence. Wilson Sixty four was especially berm. Mrs Wilson convicted reckless driving lost her driver's license for six months at the judge's order to cars. Police said she tried to allude arrest but she said I go to Florida every winter. Can I have my license back to drive to Florida. She said no you can't and if it was not for your age I would send you to jail. Though some of the day's top news stories reported in the newspapers of Sunday September Tenth Nineteen fifty on your Radio Mr President which continues now on Classic Radio Theatre Seven Suns Stanton. Do you hear seven seven Mr President. We have a great deal to do. The data's cases already been decided. I can't take the time for everyone with a story like I am woman has already given up far more than either you are. I can ever give our country very well Mr president excuse me for a moment. I haven't been dispatched to send I'll be in my office the President very well tell me about your son did to bring about his Josh Misses Buckley. Kill months ago was home on leave and Crawley was there he met a girl girl because of her pool girl. I warned her not to come but when young people are in love it hard to get them to listen to their anyhow she came down and they wouldn't give him leave and so he deserted no he was going back and fight again he just I wanted to kiss that poor girl to look into her eyes to see your smile. Once more. Please please listen to Mr President. Devin instead of it must die now lose the eighth because he wants to kiss the listen to this latest Stanton and see if you can find some melander appeal verizon's live Mr President as secretary of war. I consider considered essential to the preservation of this country that know convicted deserter show have his sentence commuted and it's just a few days ago. My son taught at Fort Stevens to protect you in the the capital he was wounded. They're this aren't even huge. Outta my assure you have my deepest sympathy but I must also ask that. You appreciate my position when I tell you there is nothing thing I can do. You have tons of your own. I thank you listen to Mrs Buckling. I do not wish to interfere if possible and and Mr Stanton and then tell me what he says standing listen to this story and then come to me and we will discuss. Has it very well Mr President all right Mrs Buckley. Give me the facts as quickly and briefly as possible. Did you hear that women's goes part of Mr President I so I wish to step out of line. But are you thinking of pardoning that young man. I'm I'm thinking about it very seriously indeed but I'm over the Mr Stanton. We'll do it himself closer if you do have any intention of pardoning Emmanuel have no time to lose. What do you mean I'm that unless you acted once the sentence will be carried out before any part and can reach the boy while you were talking to was claims to Stanton came out and gave a note to an orderly. I heard him tell the orderly to go immediately before the Rousse which is where the prisoners being held. He sent an orderly to the fort while I was talking to the woman yes I'd be hanged. I really we act about other will go to the Telegraph Office. In the work. Reliability we have allied of Voter Lucy all yours you only get the phone on the liars. There's and using IT president Sir very important orders with regard to the movement to the six crawl dispatch all adolescents jolly. The president wants wire now. Dan Lewis and this immediately telegraphed Promo Marshall having an uncharged share private James Buckley of a seven month sentence to execution secretion today direct him to bring immediately to the war department is all of 'em under the person who commands of the President of the United States disregard all other orders whatsoever as regards the disposition of his prisoner and ask for the Bravo marshalls personal acknowledgement by telegraph draft of the receipt of this. That's the message Saturday at once and I'm going to wait right here until I received the answer I requested do this dispatch in in just a moment. We'll come back to Edward Arnold and Mr President September Tenth Nineteen Fifty Mr President on Classic Think Radio Theater. Do you know what president is yet. There's no question you need Omega threes. But which form should you take fish oil or Krill oil scientists scientists have debated this for years. Luckily there's a new solution to satisfy everyone. It's called Krill Omega fifty plus it combines ultra pure fish oil and joint soothing Krill oil together in just one tiny pill. It's so powerful it can promote the health of your heart and your arteries and if that wasn't enough enough it can also boost your joint comfort in just days. We're so sure Krill Omega fifty plus will work for you. We'll even send you a free bottle to put to the test..

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"fort stevens" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"fort stevens" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Episode of Mr President as it was originally broadcast sixty nine years ago today Sunday Sunday September tenth nineteen fifty in the newspapers of that Sunday. These were some of the headlines Dateline Washington President Truman last night set up a powerful new wage price production control system to steer the nation a mighty defense program that may last her many years and cost more than thirty billion dollars annually annually warning that the fight against communist aggression will demand sacrifices from every American president declared that price and wage controls will be imposed vigorously and promptly quake if either wages or prices get out of hand also from Washington creation the new defense production authority in the Commerce Department is the key unit in industrial industrial mobilization is expected today. According to Secretary of Commerce Sawyer reportedly will name William H Harrison President of international telephone and Telegraph as Chief of the allocation and priorities agency and military research experts said last night they look for no post button warfare development in the the next several years that will make present weapons obsolete regardless of what is being forecast about Earth satellite vehicles and supersonic target seeking guided missiles tolls there still will be need for conventional aircraft and long range gun from Kansas City County grand jury yesterday into the four month investigation investigation of Kansas City's underworld with a report that most of about twenty individuals responsible for organized crime in the city have been indicted on gambling charges. The jury was called shortly after the slayings of Charles mcgeough the north side Democratic leader and his henchmen Charles Dorada April fifth their debts have still not been solved dateline Washington President Truman yesterday underlined his promise to veto the anti-communist bill now before the Senate by rejecting an immigration measure containing some similar provisions in the Korean War News. UN forces closing a dangerous five mile gap in the northern defense while he's in the threat from an expected new redbreasts Entendu from the North West in the south communist troops have retaken Battle Mountain in the air war allied allied warplanes grounded two days by rain took off late Saturday impounded red concentrations north of Taizhou from Lake success the US promised just yesterday a continuing fight against by Chinese Communists to Security Council hearings on Asian Disputes Deputy U S representative in the Security Council Ernest gross so the US attitude was the same on Communist China charges that a US planes straight to Chinese airstrip Manchuria and on the false charges that we are guilty eighty of aggression in Formosa meanwhile from Taipei Formosa Chinese nationalist from all indications will allow the United Nations to make a first-hand inspection inspection of communist charges of an American invasion of Formosa only on one condition that is for a UN commission I or at least simultaneously to look into nationalist nationalist charges of Soviet Russia aggression against China and from Detroit traffic judge. John Watts last word to Mrs Florence. Wilson Sixty four was especially Mrs Wilson convicted of reckless driving lost her driver license for six months at the judge's order he side swiped two cars and police said she tried to elude allude harassed but she said I go to Florida every winter. Can I have my license back to drive to Florida. She said no you can't and if it was not for your age I would send you to jail. Though some of the day's top news stories reported the newspapers of Sunday September Tenth Nineteen fifty on your Radio Mr the president which continues now on Classic Radio Theatre Seven Seven's stanton to you here seven seven Mr President. We have a great deal to do. The data's cases already been decided. I can't take the time for everyone with us Tory like I am. This woman has already given up five more than either you are. I can never give our country very well Mr president excuse me for a moment. I have an important dispatch descend. I'LL BE IN MY office Mr President very well and tell me about your son did bring about his charge. Mrs Buckley Kill months ago. He was home. Leave in quality was there he met a girl because of her pool girl. I warned her not to come but when young people are in love it hard to get them to listen into their eldest any she came down and they wouldn't give him leave and so he deserted no no he was going back and fight it again. He just wanted to kiss that poor girl to look into her eyes to see your smile. Once more. Please please listen to Mr President. seven suns must die now lose the eighth because he wants to kiss the listen to this latest mincy of you can find some merit in a repeal as Mr President as secretary of war. I consider it essential to the preservation of this country that know convicted deserter show have his sentence commuted. It's just a few days ago. My son taught at Fort Stevens Vince to protect you in the capital. He was wounded their this cards aren't even huge at my assure you you have my deepest sympathy but I must also ask that. You appreciate my position when I tell you there is nothing I can do to present you have tons of your own. I think you're listening to Mrs Buckling. I do not wish to interfere fear of possible. Reside your case Mr Stanton and then tell me buddies is standing. Listen to this woman's story and then come I'm to me and we will discuss it. Anyone will Mr President all right Mrs Barklay give me the facts quickly and briefly as possible. Did you hear that part of Mr President night so I wish to step out of line but are you thinking of pardoning happening that young man. I'm thinking about it very seriously indeed but I'm over that Mr Stanton will do it himself class or if you do have any intention of pardoning the man you have no time to lose. What do you mean I mean unless you acted once? The sentence will be carried out before any pardon can reach the boy while you were talking about claims to Stanton came out and gave not doing orderly I heard telly automated go immediately before the Rousse which is where the prisoners being held. He sent an orderly to the fort while I was talking to the woman Yes sir well. I'll be hanged. I really we'll be hanged about other. We'll go to the telegraph. Yes the royal building. We have a lot of voters all yours. You only get the phone on the line as well the liars and US President Sir very important orders with regard to the moving into the sixth grade all the dispatch all message johnny the president wants to wire now then kindness and this through immediately telegraphed to the Marshall having an uncharged this year private James Buckley seven Evans a month sentenced to execution today erect him do bring immediately to the war department is prisoner Oughta Im- under the person who commands of the President President of the United States to disregard all other orders whatsoever as regards the disposition of his business and ask for the marshalls bushnell channel acknowledgment by telegraph of the seat of this. That's the message settled with once and I'm going to wait right here until I received the answer I requested rush to do based dispatch in just a moment we'll come back to Edward Arnold and Mr President September tenth of Nineteen Fifty Mr a precedent on classic Radio Theater. 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"fort stevens" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"fort stevens" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Wall. I can tell you is that I feel very badly for people that have family members that have been killed that should have never happened. Okay. Those are the people I'm thinking most about he says he's considering whether to declare a national emergency he could reallocate money to pay for the border wall. Today's the day that hundreds of thousands of federal workers and contractors will miss their first paychecks. Many of them are still on the job, but not getting paid such as the coast guard and border protection agents volunteers around the country have been showing up to clear trash from national parks during the shutdown as Michaela of member station, W AMU. Reports the parks in the nation's capital are no exception Ford. Stevens is a small historic site in Washington DC that's managed by the park service during the civil war confederate soldiers shot at president Lincoln there. It was the only time in American history that a sitting president came under enemy fire since the shutdown. Started trash has been piling up at fort Stevens today. Volunteers like Steve Kerr four showed up to help. If I could help clean it up. Keep it keep it clean for people to visit that makes you feel good similar efforts have been happening at parks across the country from Joshua tree in California to the National Mall here. The capital for NPR news. I'm Michaela lefrak in Washington, Wisconsin teenager who has been missing since her parents were found killed three months ago is alive. A suspect has been arrested rich, Kramer, Wisconsin public radio says authorities will hold a press conference this morning a face. Book post by the Barron county sheriff's department says thirteen-year-old Jamie class has been found alive seventy miles to the north of the home in the city of baron. We're her parents were found shot in October.

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"fort stevens" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"fort stevens" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Cash left side comes into the hands of Myra Jones. He drives left side throws up a runner off the glass. Good kept up by fort. Stevens comes up with a throws it up. He missed it. And rob got another rebound fantasy comes back. The other way fantasy drives it to the right side pulls it back left into the Laney. Go scoops it up on the left hand scores has been rob. He's got twelve. Yeah. Just in transition ball screen before the defense sets up and rob takes with the left hand. That's a secondary break. We talk about not quite fast break. But before the defense has a chance to set up your tacking the rent and Pat freight shavers calls a quick time out here as rob Betsy all of a sudden has equalled his season high of twelve points as he continues his hot hand here on the second half ten of his twelve points of come here in this final frame. Well, Libman mops brooms and brushes or proudly family made in the USA. Visit Lipman dot com. Lipman official hardwood floor care provider of Indiana basketball. Indiana's made a great run here up by nine when right when Penn State was was close to bringing it to one possession game hoosiers have responded. I can't believe they call the time out here. But that's the case. So we'll be back in a moment. This is basketball the care source radio network from learfield. This is Bill. Finally, got me Bill, the Clark street crater, the mother of all pothole. Yeah. Year after rim wrecking year. It's tormented the people of this town they tried to fill it. But it always returns they, but stay bombs got you to you. You ain't nothing trash talking about. Oh, yes. Yes. I am go with a win that.

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"fort stevens" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"fort stevens" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Of summer national weather forecast weather is going to continue in the southwest for today and tonight in fact the entire western half of the country is going to stay on the drier side with two exceptions one is going to be an area of scattered shower and thunderstorm activity that will move through northern idaho and western montana most of that is going to be today in the first half of tonight we're also still looking at coastal parts of texas getting a lot of rainfall for today there can still be downpours and that's going to aggravate any flooding issues that are already occurring however we're not going to be seeing quite as widespread shower and thunderstorm activity and that does diminish quite a bit overnight as the storms finally are winding down and we should be able to have dry weather for tomorrow in the eastern half of the country things are a little wetter we have an area of rain centered around iowa and that's going to be heavy at times and extend down into the ohio valley we're also going to see some showers and thunderstorms through the tennessee valley and down to the gulf coast some of those can have isolated strong storms with donnelley downpours but perhaps damaging winds as well we also see some shower and thunderstorm activity that's going to fire up as we go through the day farther to the east across virginia and west virginia most of that's going to be for this afternoon especially in those eastern areas there can also be some afternoon storms primarily along the atlantic coast all the way from north carolina down into florida that's the nation's weather i'm accuweather dot com meteorologist heather zehr date in seventeen eighty eight the us constitution went into effect as new hampshire became the ninth state to ratify it on this date in eighteen thirty four cyrus mccormick received a patent for his reaping machine and in nineteen forty two an imperial japanese submarine fired shells at fort stevens on the oregon coast i twenty three before the hour this is america in the morning the summer movie express flicks for cheap that story coming up i'm john trout president trump has signed an executive order that ends the border separation policy terry moore reports you'd have a lot of happy people the forced separation of migrant children from their parents prompted a huge outcry and criticism from democrats and republicans before signing the order at the white house trump said this takes care of the problem so we're keeping families together and this will solve that problem at the same time we are heaping a very powerful border and it continues to be a zero tolerance we have zero tolerance for people that enter our country illegally he insisted the us can be both strong and compassionate anybody with a heart would feel very strongly about it we don't like to see families separated at the same time we don't want people coming into our country illegally the executive order allows children to remain with their parents in illegal immigration detention centres last week the president told reporters the separation policy could not be reversed with an executive order only through congressional action i'm terry moore in washington at twenty two before the hour here's america in the mornings jimbohannon we are delighted to be speaking once again with former united states senator joe lieberman who representative of course the state of connecticut from nineteen eighty nine until two thousand thirteen he was the two thousand running mate to al gore the presidency and later ran for the presidency himself and senator what a pleasure to have you back on with us well thank you jim great to be back with you and by the way senator lieberman has a new book out we'll talk about that in a moment but looking out over the landscape out there as we now have over five years since you left public office looking at what's been happening in washington do you miss any of that well not really i mean i was forty years in elective office i was very fortunate sixteen years in connecticut state senator attorney general and then twenty four years of the us senate so four years a long time and i never really wanted to end my life in elected office so it's it's been good to be out and have a different career i i will i will tell you that there are times when something happens that i read about hear about and i think gee if i were there maybe i could do something about it but it passes quickly.

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"fort stevens" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"fort stevens" Discussed on KOMO

"Going to continue in the southwest for today in tonight in fact the entire western half of the country is going to stay on the drier side with till exceptions one is going to be an area of scattered shower and thunderstorm activity that'll move through northern idaho and western montana most of that is going to be today in the first half of tonight we're also still looking at coastal parts of texas getting a lot of rainfall for today there can still be downpours and that's going to aggravate any flooding issues that are already occurring however we're not going to be seeing quite as widespread shower and thunderstorm activity and that does diminish quite a bit overnight as the storm finally are winding down and we should be able to have dry weather for tomorrow in the eastern half of the country things are a little wetter we have an area of rain centered around iowa and that's going to be heavy at times and extend down into the ohio valley we're also going to see some showers and thunderstorms through the tennessee valley down to the gulf coast some of those can have ice elated strong storms with donnelley downpours but perhaps damaging winds as well we also see some shower and thunderstorm activity that's going to fire up as we go through the day farther to the east across virginia and west virginia most of that's going to be for this afternoon especially in those eastern areas there can also be some afternoon storms primarily along the atlantic coast all the way from north carolina down into florida that's the nation's weather mackey whether dot com meteorologist heather zehr on this date in seventeen eighty eight the us constitution went into effect as new hampshire became the ninth state to ratify it on this date in eighteen thirty four cyrus mccormick received a patent for his reaping machine and in nineteen forty two an imperial japanese submarine fired shells at fort stevens on the oregon coast twenty three before the.

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"fort stevens" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"fort stevens" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Going to continue in the southwest for today and tonight in fact the entire western half of the country is going to stay on the drier side with two exceptions one is going to be an area of scattered shower and thunderstorm activity that'll move through northern idaho and western montana most of that is going to be today in the first half of tonight we're also still looking at coastal parts of texas getting a lot of rainfall for today there can still be downpours and that's going to aggravate any flooding issues that are already occurring however we're not going to be seeing quite as widespread shower and thunderstorm activity and that does diminish quite a bit overnight as the storm finally are winding down and we should be able to have dry weather for tomorrow in the eastern half of the country things are little wetter we have an area of rain centered around iowa that's going to be heavy at times and extend down into the ohio valley we're also going to see some showers and thunderstorms through the tennessee valley and down to the gulf coast some of those can have isolated strong storms with donnelley downpours but perhaps damaging winds as well we also see some shower and thunderstorm activity that's going to fire up as we go through the day farther to the east across virginia and west virginia most of that's going to be for this afternoon especially in those eastern areas there can also be some after noon storms primarily along the atlantic coast all the way from north carolina down into florida that's the nation's weather i'm accuweather dot com meteorologist heather zehr on this date in seventeen eighty eight the us constitution went into effect has new hampshire became the ninth state to ratify it on this date in eighteen thirty four cyrus mccormick received a patent for his reaping machine and in nineteen forty two an imperial japanese submarine fired shells at fort stevens on the oregon coast twenty three before the hour this is america in the morning the summer movie express flicks for cheap that story coming up i'm john trout president trump has signed an executive order that ends the border separation policy terry moore reports you'd have a lot of happy people the forced separation of migrant children from their parents prompted a huge outcry and criticism from democrats and republicans before signing the order at the white house trump said this takes care of the problem so we're keeping families together and this will solve that problem at the same time we are keeping a very powerful water and it continues to be a zero tolerance we have zero tolerance for people that enter our country illegally he insisted the us can be both strong and compassionate anybody with a heart would feel very strongly about we don't like to see families separated at the same time we don't want people coming into our country illegally the executive order allows children to remain with their parents in illegal immigration detention centres last week the president told reporters the separation policy could not be reversed with an executive order only through congressional action i'm terry moore in washington at twenty two before the hour here is america in the mornings jimbohannon we are delighted to be speaking once again with former united states senator joe lieberman who representative 'course the state of connecticut from nineteen eighty nine until two thousand thirteen he was the two thousand running mate to al gore the presidency later ran for the presidency himself and senator what a pleasure to have you back on with us thank you jim great to be back with you and by the way senator lieberman has a new book out we'll talk about that in a moment but looking out over the landscape out there as we now have over five years since you left public office looking at what's been happening in washington do you miss any of that well not really i mean i was forty years in elective office i was very fortunate sixteen years in connecticut state senator attorney general and then twenty four years in the us senate so four years a long time and i never really wanted to end my life in elected office so it's it's been good to be out and have a different career i i will i will tell you that there are times when something happens that i read about hear about and i think gee if i were there maybe i could do something about it but it passed this quickly.

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"fort stevens" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"fort stevens" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The marine corps league i'll bet half the people there were marine vets i spoke very positively about general kelly an easy thing to do because he really is a great man i concluded by saying something like this general i really do admire you and while i don't believe in reincarnation if i did sir i just want you to know that if you are reincarnated you are good enough to come back next time and be in the army and the crowd went wild colonel you're lucky to get out of that room alive only because px liked me out now it's time for military history what's i skip on twenty two june eighteen o seven british officers of the hms leopard boarded the us chesapeake after she had set sail for the mediterranean and demanded the right to search the ship for deserters commodore james barron refused and the british open fire with broadsides on the unprepared chesapeake and forced her to surrender this british provocation led to the war of eighteen twelve it certainly was the straw that broke the camel's back we were headed that way anyway twenty two june eighteen seventy six general alfred terry sent lieutenant colonel george custer to the rosebud and little bighorn rivers in search of indian villages and he didn't come back but he found some yes he did on twenty two june eighteen ninety eight during the spanish american war admiral samson began an amphibious landing near san diego cuba lieutenant colonels theodore roosevelt and colonel leonard wood led the rough riders a volunteer cavalry regiment onto the beach and then into battle on twenty two june nineteen forty port security responsibilities were undertaken for the first time since world war one the coastline was to govern anchorage and movement of all vessels in us waters and to protect vessels harbors and inland coastal waterways of the united states the dangerous cargo act gave the coastguard jurisdiction over ships with high explosives and dangerous cargoes on twenty two june nineteen forty two during world war two a japanese submarine shelled fort stevens oregon at the mouth of the colombia river in i i didn't even know that that's the only time the mainland of the united states my wife's from oregon so oh she probably wasn't not not yet on twenty two june.

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"fort stevens" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"fort stevens" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

"There's no like less awkward way to say this but at this family wedding i was heckled famous and yet in lot of people had questions about charest obviously and it was it was kind of awkward and funny and people kept coming one talk to me and and finally i said to somebody like late in the evening there was this sort of small group hanging around i had a couple of roy had a couple yeah maybe how does it feel to be the local celebrity and i was like absurd because the only thing that we do as journalists of like all i do is meat and tell people stories about people like the bride road who is phenomenal this incredible fascinating wildlife biologists who like went all over africa to study endangered animals and was the only woman on his trip some sleeping in the cab of trucks and you know fending off lions and is i mean like a what we do is meet people were way more interesting at than us that assert and tell stories about them bill david car from the new york times i was he say the journalism is not a real hub and and my version of that is to say we exist to be a conduit to more interesting people than we are which gets me to last thursday caytion where i went with my son i rented an rv which i highly recommend super fun family vacation you can take the dog who drove up to the tip of northern oregon and state at fort stevens and this was my first visit to the columbia river bar which is where the columbia river meets the pacific ocean and apparently it's bonkers ill like this really choppy river and you can see a shipwreck right on the beach it's not a museum ready thieves wine right up to in hang out of this shipwreck and then the riverside which is a little calmer and and fun fact our producer jenny just went on a summer vacation to the same place and and she got a little sound the river.

charest roy david car new york times oregon fort stevens columbia river jenny africa producer
"fort stevens" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"fort stevens" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"There's no like less awkward way to say this but at this family wedding i was heckled famous and yet in lot of people had questions about charest obviously and it was it was kind of awkward and funny and people kept coming one talk to me and and finally i said to somebody like late in the evening there was this sort of small group hanging around i had a couple of roy had a couple yeah maybe how does it feel to be the local celebrity and i was like absurd because the only thing that we do as journalists of like all i do is meat and tell people stories about people like the bride road who is phenomenal this incredible fascinating wildlife biologists who like went all over africa to study endangered animals and was the only woman on his trip some sleeping in the cab of trucks and you know fending off lions and is i mean like a what we do is meet people were way more interesting at than us that assert and tell stories about them bill david car from the new york times i was he say the journalism is not a real hub and and my version of that is to say we exist to be a conduit to more interesting people than we are which gets me to last thursday caytion where i went with my son i rented an rv which i highly recommend super fun family vacation you can take the dog who drove up to the tip of northern oregon and state at fort stevens and this was my first visit to the columbia river bar which is where the columbia river meets the pacific ocean and apparently it's bonkers ill like this really choppy river and you can see a shipwreck right on the beach it's not a museum ready thieves wine right up to in hang out of this shipwreck and then the riverside which is a little calmer and and fun fact our producer jenny just went on a summer vacation to the same place and and she got a little sound the river.

charest roy david car new york times oregon fort stevens columbia river jenny africa producer
"fort stevens" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"fort stevens" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

"There's no like less awkward way to say this but at this family wedding i was heckled famous and yet in lot of people had questions about charest obviously and it was it was kind of awkward and funny and people kept coming one talk to me and and finally i said to somebody like late in the evening there was this sort of small group hanging around i had a couple of roy had a couple yeah maybe how does it feel to be the local celebrity and i was like absurd because the only thing that we do as journalists of like all i do is meat and tell people stories about people like the bride road who is phenomenal this incredible fascinating wildlife biologists who like went all over africa to study endangered animals and was the only woman on his trip some sleeping in the cab of trucks and you know fending off lions and is i mean like a what we do is meet people were way more interesting at than us that assert and tell stories about them bill david car from the new york times i was he say the journalism is not a real hub and and my version of that is to say we exist to be a conduit to more interesting people than we are which gets me to last thursday caytion where i went with my son i rented an rv which i highly recommend super fun family vacation you can take the dog who drove up to the tip of northern oregon and state at fort stevens and this was my first visit to the columbia river bar which is where the columbia river meets the pacific ocean and apparently it's bonkers ill like this really choppy river and you can see a shipwreck right on the beach it's not a museum ready thieves wine right up to in hang out of this shipwreck and then the riverside which is a little calmer and and fun fact our producer jenny just went on a summer vacation to the same place and and she got a little sound the river.

charest roy david car new york times oregon fort stevens columbia river jenny africa producer