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 UK police charge 25-year-old man with lawmaker's murder

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 d ago

UK police charge 25-year-old man with lawmaker's murder

"A man has been charged with murder I'm preparing acts of terrorism in the stopping of British politician and lawmaker sedated they miss Holly Hobbie Ali H. twenty five I'm from north London has been charged with murder the charge was announced by police spokesman Matt cheek Ali is accused to stopping British politician Amos as he met his constituents at a chat tool the prosecutor in the case intends to submit that the matter had a terrorist connection because it but it's just an ideological motivations the death of a mess who had a forty year career in British politics some of my two than twenty fifteen has sought to Britain's politicians who pride themselves on being accessible to their constituents G. compound police authorities reassessing politicians security we've been working closely with parliaments and security team and with the home office to review existing arrangements for MP security I'm

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 UK prime minister to lead tributes to slain lawmaker Amess

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00:46 sec | 4 d ago

UK prime minister to lead tributes to slain lawmaker Amess

"British prime minister Boris Johnson will lead a special session of tributes in parliament to the conservative lawmakers stabbed to death as he met constituents an attack that's fueled concern about politicians safety and the level of vitriol directed at them a twenty five year old British man of the Somali heritage idea how to be a highly is being held under the terrorism act on suspicion of murder in David I missus killing police say the suspect appears to have acted alone and may have had motivation links to Islamist extremism the death of the popular legislator who had served in parliament for almost forty years shocked Britain especially its political class it came five years after Labour Party lawmaker Jo **** was shot and stabbed to death by a far right extremist Zaria

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Virginia Gubernatorial Candidates Youngkin, McAuliffe Participate in Roundtable Discussion Thursday

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Virginia Gubernatorial Candidates Youngkin, McAuliffe Participate in Roundtable Discussion Thursday

"Terry mcauliffe beat himself up last night in a one on to interview in the so-called virginia roundtable and he just punched himself out. If it was a fight they would have stopped it. They said terry wanna leave now. Because you're so bad. Glenn young already winning glenn. Young gonna win you. You're desperate and you're terrible. I wanna go in reverse order of his nightmare comments last night and for the rest of the country. Terry mcauliffe is indeed the same terry mcauliffe. You've heard about for forty years. He's the jack the lad. Virginia politics is just a sort of buffoonish character. Arrogant smug everything. You don't want an elected official in old and around forever in reverse order of bad answers. Let's start with his lease bat. Answer where he tries to avoid the fact he called for overturning. The election of two thousand and and threw dirt on two thousand and four cut number fifteen in two thousand four. You said this about the election. Where president bush beat al gore. Let's go back to florida president. Jose okay so i i want to talk about. This was president. George bush legitimately elected but we went to a very contentious. Two thousand if you remember and remind you. It went all the way to the united supreme court and it took them through the second week of december to actually make a decision and the supreme court for the first time the history of our country. Stop the counting of ballots in florida in overturned the local virginia or the florida supreme court. So he got sworn once you're sworn we gotta move on but do not forget. That was very important. That the supreme court of florida stopped. The counting. a balanced wasn't the case in twenty twenty. Well you came out with a new ad this week challenging mr young kuenz prioritizing election integrity. You said glen again casting doubt on election result and putting trump's conspiracy theories i. This behavior is dangerous. And it's disqualifying so my question to you is. What is the difference between what you've said and when you're accusing him of well i'll say it again. That case in two thousand went to the united states supreme court.

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Some People Are So Desperate to Get on Fox News

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Some People Are So Desperate to Get on Fox News

"I remember be on a plane years ago. With a bunch of people like-minded people. We were doing rallies. From city city and one of the people on the plane was talking about how desperately she wanted to get on fox news and it dawned on me. She would run her own mother over to get five minutes with sean hannity people wanna get on the clamor to be tv and it amuses me not because i'm special or or i don't want to be on tv. I've done forty years. I've been in this business. I spent a lot of time in front of a camera. And now i'm in front of our cameras here. Mike online dot com. And i'm fine with that. That's good enough for me so you can knock me over to go. Get three minutes on the laura ingraham show knock yourself out. But people it is like an aphrodisiac. They just love it. They

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We Should Only Re-Elect Trump If He's Going to Clean Out the Deep State

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

We Should Only Re-Elect Trump If He's Going to Clean Out the Deep State

"Only reason to bother putting trump back in office is if he's going to clean out the deep state which he didn't do for forty years he would the moment. He dodged the bullet of russia collusion. He got right back on the horse and that was a terrible mistake. I think i hope and pray. Trump learned his lesson. I'm encouraged that. Our friend. Steve bannon is organizing former republican appointees to try to prepare bench a liable maga people trump trump could appoint instead of just picking old bush family cronies picking people from the deep state who play the same golf courses and eat at the same cafes and have basically the same ideas as the

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Ruth Wisse and Eric Discuss Liberals' Perceived Victimhood and Apathy

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:25 min | Last month

Ruth Wisse and Eric Discuss Liberals' Perceived Victimhood and Apathy

"Strikes me that the left in america has fallen in love with with with victimhood. And that they they don't like celebrating sometimes because it almost implies within we haven't suffered enough we want you to focus on are suffering as though something's gained by that you're saying that's not how people learn. It's not a good thing but you see that narrative surely in in american life in the latter part of the the twentieth century just kind of took over and people they wanna wallow they wanna be victims. They wanna remind you of how much they've suffered because it gives them some kind of perverse status. Well that may be true of some people. But you know what i saw. When i was teaching at harvard actually was something quite different. knowle's troubling but very different people didn't wanna fight and what surprised me most about harvard and all the twenty one years that i taught there i became involved in faculty meetings as i had never been before when i was at mcgill and And i saw that there was. They refused to let. Rotc the reserve officer training corps. That had always been at the basis of higher education. There was always training of the best and the brightest young people during precisely the age when you have to go into the arm right. That's the hr so with their. The there was for for forty years forty years right. The faculty of harvard kept rossi off the campus. They did everything. They kept changing the rationale for keeping it on campus so as not to allowed on campus. What is that about what they were actually saying to. These kids is forgive me but this is the way i understood it. America is not worth defending. Of course that's exactly what they're saying. It's worse than that. They were saying that. America is bad. And they're saying that. Any kind of militarism or i should say any kind of self-defence is militarism is a step away from the quagmire of vietnam and chest thumping Jingoism i mean. That's where the left has been for a long time. It breaks my heart but this is all through the culture. Obviously just places like harvard.

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Pittsburgh Wants You to See Constellations

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02:03 min | Last month

Pittsburgh Wants You to See Constellations

"When astronomer diane turn shack move to pittsburgh in nineteen eighty-one she noticed. Something big was missing from the night sky. When i grew up in new england you could just walk outside and look up and see the milky way. But when i arrived in pittsburgh the sky had started to decline in quality. Still she says at the time her students at carnegie mellon university were very familiar with the milky way they knew about stars and constellations. That is not the case anymore forty years later. I have to explain what the milky way is and describe what it looks like in a show pictures and they think those pictures are fake. Because of light pollution major constellations can be totally invisible in cities. The pittsburgh city council is now trying to do something about it with the help of scientists like turn check. It passed a dark sky. Ordinance last week to reduce light pollution. This city is going to replace streetlights with warm tone. Led lights and they're also going to install shields so that late doesn't travel up what we're trying to do is cut out the light at the blue end of the spectrum because blue light scatters more easily than red light in the atmosphere rate. That's why the sky is blue. So blue light scatters everywhere. It doesn't stay where your lighting and to measure progress. She has some help in the higher ups in august. The astronauts on the international space station took some pictures of pittsburgh for on a clear night. And that's the before shot. The astronauts are gonna continue to take pictures of pittsburgh so we will have during pictures and after pictures. Terzic believes that as the sky's get darker more people will look up. In wonder that means more people more children will be able to see it and the benefits of being connected to half of our universe. I can't overstate that. It's a spiritual thing to feeling of connection with the universe she's hopeful it will peak young people's interest in the stars above and encourage them to pursue subjects such as

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Top General Feared Trump Would Launch Nuclear War, Woodward Book Reports

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | Last month

Top General Feared Trump Would Launch Nuclear War, Woodward Book Reports

"The least interventionist president in modern history vats who donald trump is and. They expect you to believe that he was just about to press the button and the birds new china year right so this is the trouble with the story. We have this absolute hack of a pathetic. Individual would has been trying to clamber back in relevance for forty years. Although he's a credit and he was really the junior partner in the The deep throat story that brought down. Nixon then we have mealy who has established a fact pattern of being a scumbag is being a political actor in uniform. We'll see which which off the aspects of this story holds water but we've got to analyze it right now because that's why we're here. That's why we do live radio and we're going to do it with Very good buddy jennifer. Who sent me the video. It's out there the whole town hall if you couldn't make it to l. a. Watch it two hours without bodies. Dennis prager mark levin. Charlie kirk and larry elder. Let's posted right now and it's putting it on twitter and facebook feeds told to us john. Let's let's leave the recall. Let's let them vote on photocopy pass. Whatever they take those suitcases about it from under the table this story. Is there any way to glad this for the biden regime. I ju-. I just stayed first of all. I want to say that. You and charlie kirk dennis prager mark levin at were all on fire on sunday at town hall. Twenty twenty one. So if you don't get a chance if you haven't seen it janice we're like whoa to my friend. You guys were i mean just nailing it and it was so much fun to share a stage with you that being said. No there's no way to wiggle out of this. But the democrats control everything in the media is controlled by the democrats and so maybe they will wiggle out of it. But have you wondered. We've heard so much during the trump administration about deep state leaks about all of these people these sources within the intelligence community. I don't think we have to look very far. They're sitting right in front of

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Wainwright Wins 5th Straight as Cards Deck Mets 7-0

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00:43 sec | Last month

Wainwright Wins 5th Straight as Cards Deck Mets 7-0

"Adam Wainwright tossed six innings and won his fifth straight starters the cardinals with the Mets seven nothing from top to bottom is a very good line up with a lot of very very dangerous batters there is just a lot of hitters over there can do some major damage so you have to you have to make pitches constable you can't get in for one second either got it through the forty year old Wainwright has sixteen wins this season and is ninety two with a two point oh two ERA in his last twelve starts a span in which he's gone at least six innings each time Paul Goldschmidt homered and finished with two RBIs for the cardinals Harrison Bader added three hits and a ruby for Saint Louis losing pitcher rich hill was reached for three runs over five innings as the Mets fell six games behind the NL east leading Braves on the ferry

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Molina Homers, Wainwright Wins as Cards Beat Dodgers 5–4

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00:41 sec | Last month

Molina Homers, Wainwright Wins as Cards Beat Dodgers 5–4

"Adam Wainwright wins his fourth consecutive start leading the cardinals past the Dodgers by before the forty year old now has a record of fifteen and seven after working eight and a third innings allowing four runs on seven hits to help the red burst into a four game losing skid today is a must win game yeah I just I did I just felt like we had to have it well we gotta get split from them in my opinion we just it was just it was just a must win game your your Molina belts a two run home run in Tyler Neal solo shop for the repairs next month he gets his thirty first Homer for the Dodgers who fall two games behind division leading San Francisco in the you know west the losing pitcher has met twice the same goes to Giovanni guy Aigles Mike Reeves St Louis

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Starbucks Employees Start a Unionization Drive

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

00:58 sec | Last month

Starbucks Employees Start a Unionization Drive

"Unionization. Oh interesting starbucks isn't unidas. Subjects is not union and there are three stores in. I want to say upstate. New york where they have launched a unionization drive. I think so much has been made the past. I don't know ten twelve fifteen years of the benefits that you get at starbucks in how they'll do your healthcare if you're only x. Hours a week and they'll pay for college janson but but There are some scheduling issues. I think with starbucks and those things look you gotta you gotta take your people have unionization is what it takes then okay. I didn't know. Yeah definitely i mean. I think we're all seeing that. The degradation of worker rights that led to the wage stagnation of the last forty years and frankly is probably contributing to people not wanting to go back to jobs that have been historically kinda crappy for a really long time Unions may have their issues. But this is the type of thing that they're really that they're really good for

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Iron Maiden Find Eastern Muse

All Songs Considered

02:06 min | Last month

Iron Maiden Find Eastern Muse

"This is iron maiden the new album is called. Sent jitsu this is the song days of future past and here to talk about what is An absolutely epic album from iron maiden his npr music. Lar- scotch which. I have two full disclosure. I was listening to iron maiden maybe forty years ago and they've been together longer than that you know and if you told me we'd still be talking about new music from them this far along. I probably wouldn't have believed that like you said. Listen to that rift guitars on this. The songs their vision. Everything i think our i. It's just all fully intact seventeenth album in forty six years from one of the greatest heavy metal bands full time. That's not hyperbole. it's a fact. Album is ten tracks over eighty two minutes so it is long and at times help lead but this has been iron maidens mode lately these grand sweeping epochs that tell these larger than life stories are made may arenas but their music lightly has been more tailored to concert halls. Most of these songs are like eight ten minutes long. Each vase sprawl had many movements. I can. I can imagine like quite a stage. Production for whenever iron maiden contura gone. They do use a lotta runway to get these songs going but but it works. So i think it's still pulls you along. I never found myself feeling tired or like the sound was getting tired. And there's also an assist something has been doing a little bit more lately but there's also a little bit nostalgia. My favorite song written here by the basis. Steve harris is called the parchment. But it's a song that gnaws to the egyptian themes of iron mates nineteen eighty four album power slave. So that's like a nice. It's a nice little easter egg for iron maiden fans and also kind of ties into kind of like a broader idea about iron maiden that history mythology and religion have always played the matic roles in their

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Lou Dobbs Shares His Thoughts on Biden's Afghanistan Address

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | Last month

Lou Dobbs Shares His Thoughts on Biden's Afghanistan Address

"I was wondering what you thought as you sat like the rest of us did when he finally showed up late as always yesterday What you thought about the president's address i'm afghantistan. Well i have to tell you. I don't think much of what this president has done In an almost eight months today was a capstone to what has been a dismal and deeply disturbing administration. It's almost inconceivable that anyone could screw up so many things so quickly and you have to think back to two dates the former defense secretary over a number of administrations said that in forty years. Joe biden has not been right on a single foreign policy issue. he's a man who does not get lucky when he tries to think he's a man who could screw up a vacant lot and To have him with a lovers of power Leading this nation. Is i think most americans now know a tragic tragic circumstance. Newt gingrich said on laura ingram show or being led by somebody who looks like a scared bunny rabbit in danger of falling asleep. Y'all would would accept that description except it's not quite lethal own up. We lose for ten marines because this man his defense secretary secretary austin and general milley. These are buffoons inadequate to the to the job. It's disrespectful of the united states military. Have these people in charge as commander in chief secretary of defense term. the joint. cheats is appalling

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Lizzo Upsets Madonna Fans

Daily Pop

02:03 min | Last month

Lizzo Upsets Madonna Fans

"Fans. Are this morning. Missile set off a hot debate. And we're going to try to settle this once and for all. Who is the queen of top. I i've got to say good morning to lawa. Thank you for being here this morning. In the yellow bird. Morgan stewart vision in white. As thank you right and you are always fabulous dear. Yes we do need to be better about repaying. The compliment right at nine hours sleep today. So i'm ready ready again. So this new debate started with one little tweet little. Janet jackson is the queen of which did not go over well with madonna. Vance may say madonna's held that title for almost forty years. So let's do this. Who is the queen of madonna. First of all our producer texted us this morning. When i was getting my copetition second. You're busy but i need to know who's the queen about i literally went from madonna to. Oh britney's obviously the queen of pop issue the princess so literally. This is where my mind went. I was like madonna britney. And then i was like what then there's gaga you gotta include gaga but then i was like god has now my mind never went to janet and i stand you rhythm nation jan. I'm into janet. You know this young janet to justice. Yup go no no. I don't think she's more diverse eclectic than cable. Let me say this does more than just pop. I think janet jackson does not want that title because it comes with too much work. Janet wants to do half a tour she at home. She wants to be with that baby. She wants to count that two hundred bidding meal you. She got mad man from dubai. Live her best. Life jackson does not want that crown. Do you think. Gm even considers herself the queen of pop. I think janet. Jackson glenn centers. The queen of

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400% Over 4 Years of Coaching With Entrepreneur Clay Clark

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:48 min | 2 months ago

400% Over 4 Years of Coaching With Entrepreneur Clay Clark

"Today we're talking about four hundred percent over four years of coaching with none other than clay clark. And let's just be honest klay because fire nation likes success but they love super success breakdown. What you think the first step to achieving super successes. Well i think the first thing we have to recognize is the the harsh reality that ninety. Six percent of businesses fail according to inc magazine. That's not my opinion. That's magazine will tell you if you look up other statistics you're gonna find eight hundred. Ten small businesses failed forbes. Eight at ten nine hundred ten businesses. Fail dear research tonight folks. Look that up but the first you have to recognize that most people are going to fail by default. So you have to become an intentional person so step one you have to define what success looks like. I mean what does success look like for your faith your family finances your fitness your friendship and your fun and napoleon hill once wrote that a goal is a dream with a deadline napoleon hill the bestselling author of thinking grow rich. You know the personal printers for andrew carnegie. He said that he's a goal is a dream with a deadline. So ask yourself right now. You know i. I have in removing to a forty acre property. Moving to a new building. Moving there i have to ask ourselves what does a successful man cave look like. What does it look like. I'm being serious. I'm telling the listeners out there. This is true a successful man cape books like this three quarters of my beautiful house. My wife has to approve. Of which means that. I will not like it. Because it's going to be boozy transitional and whatever that is but if she's happy i'm happy but then we go to the man cave. This is my family. My man cave has to feel like a dive bar. I have to have rustic. Beat up floors. I've got to have live edge. Would i gotta have a urinal. These are things. That i need jail. These things. i have to have a forty seven foot waterslide but did extends from my waterfall in my backyard. What kind of a successful entrepreneur could possibly do life without a urinal a urinal it's an incredible By the way without having his own forty seven foot waterslide. I'm i'm a forty year old man. I need a forty seven foot waterslide. So but if by default i just met with builders and said well do whatever you think i probably would not have a forty-seven i probably would not have a urinal in my bathroom. My wife would probably not have the existence that she wants. And i would probably not have enough land that i can buy all the yaks llamas and chickens that i want but i want you accent llamas and somebody else listening to says you're sick. You're crazy. well. I might be crazy. I might be a modern billy madison. But the point is ladies and gentlemen you have to define. What are your goals for your faith your family your finances your fitness your friendship your fun and you have to ask yourself. How much does that cost per year.

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Aeffe to Acquire Full Control of Moschino

Pop Fashion

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Aeffe to Acquire Full Control of Moschino

"Group i africa now owns masino. One of the top two brands. I routinely mispronounce. What's the other one lisa. Because she she see you. Did you just did it. I know because. I had to think about it. I was thinking hard. I wasn't going off the cup. This brand had a seventy percent stake in mosquito since one thousand nine hundred nine which was a couple of years after the death of the brand's founder franco most keno. He had started the brandon. Nineteen eighty-three and and actually. Since the beginning. I had been licensed partner and production and distribution partner for its men's and women's collection so they have been working hand in hand for almost forty years now owns one hundred percent. It bought the remaining thirty percent of the company for a combination of cash and other capital amounting to about sixty six million euros. Yes sabrina that is a lot of money. it really is. If you've never heard of it was started by alberta ferretti and her brother. The group also owns alberta freddie though mar blue girl cacharel amazon. Paul got i was looking up something about this story and happened upon an old new york times article from nineteen ninety nine. It was about the original. I ifm majority by of mosquito commented on other recent acquisitions by lvmh prada fendi. So nothing really changes. I was a little worried about them until you said that. They have been working together for decades. Now i'm not so worried like they understand who they're dealing with. They will let this brand continued to be lovely and weird. Which is how i like them.

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"forty year" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

08:44 min | 2 months ago

"forty year" Discussed on Skullduggery

"Mentioned the warlords before and of course a lot of those are many of those warlords were notoriously involved in the drug trade As was the taliban Which had imposed a ten percent tax on opium production in the country only shannon Writes in the washington post today now. The taliban controls a nation with roaring production opium hashish and crystal meth taliban leaders may well announce a crackdown on religious grounds. But don't be fooled. The world may soon face the richest best armed narco-state ever conceived issue right. Yes i think that as i. I can't really prebble with that. Because i think that. They will take the proceeds on her cottage processing but it is fair to say that the previous government had officials who were deeply up to their whatever narcotics processing but the taliban is going to sort of make the opposite of privatize. The whole thing is now going to become a state. Enterprise and the most of their drugs are going to russia and iran. And it's very possible that it will find its way here and they've managed by the way to find a way to grow et cetera which is christopher methamphetamines Rather than have to depend on chemicals. So what is that product that they're growing. What is the crop etcetera right. It's a plant and that's instead of poppies or in a sense. I mean it's all about this. It's all about the markets. One thing we haven't talked about yet is the reason that we got into this war in this effort in the first place. Which was september eleventh in the attacks perpetrated by al-qaeda on the us what is your sense of whether the taliban will be open to al qaeda coming back. i mean they're there in some form but coming back and large numbers reconstituting on their territory and potentially using afghanistan as a base for attacks against the united states or other allies. Well it's just speak to that last part. I don't think the taliban are interested in a kaieda. Having her national attack on the united states for its allies that that probably something we could discourage but in terms al qaeda coming back they never left and the taliban when they swept through these cities one of the first things they were doing this going to jails and letting people out so the al-qaeda prisoners who were there and in the the most secure jail that had been on. What was the us military base. They let them all out so not only were. There are kinda out before this juggernaut. Now there are more of that and the idea that they'll cut has been degraded. I think this is true. In its way that it doesn't take much and certainly a massive propaganda win by the taliban is all that is needed to make more people come to afghanistan with the aim of being part of this very successful hot so it seems like america essentially has a to ongoing kind of strategic goals. Now in afghanistan one is a more short-term one which is to deal with the humanitarian crisis that is ongoing there to to salvage as much of the situation as possible and then the longer term goal is to it seems as biden formulated to prevent afghanistan from becoming a epicenter for international terrorism or narcoterrorism. With a light sprinkling of concern for human rights issues. Seems if those are the two strategic goals and please disagree with me you know or add to them if you think but what tools what levers does the united states have at its disposal now to pursue those sure so we have more than a few strategic goals i would say We have a moral obligation to the people of afghanistan who are facing this grave threat an obligation in terms of evacuation but also in terms of those who will be left behind. It's really important that we not squander our leverage very very small amounts of it are left west before we try our best to help people eat protected and have their human rights respected. We have strategic goals. And i would have said that's those goals revolved our counterterrorism posture. In that was something we wanted to do. We have pretty much given upper ability to easily control terrorists. That comes out of afghanistan but we have a strategic goal in the rest of the world in making it making it less a possible for people to take our side of the our friend and ally right now. china is i. i heard from one person. Third hand at china's deploying these diplomatic talking points all over the place. Latin america taiwan. Which look what happens to america's french pick. Our strategic goal is that we have to fly in the face of that set of talking points and make it a positive. Act the our friend again and there is a great distance to cover before. That's going to be. The case in turns of leverage as i said is very little left. What we have we could say is political with respect recognition. The taliban led government. We don't have to recognize them but whether we do or not. It's actually going to mean less. If other countries do so again. Russia china iran. A lot of countries are probably at this moment. Cutting a deal of what it will take for them to recognize the taliban. I was going to pick up on that. Because we were talking before about glimmers of hope that the taliban might be changing might be more pragmatic more peaceful and this idea of taliban two point oh are there specific things that the united states government can or should be doing to try to push the taliban and in that direction and should there be a kind of engagement with taliban leaders that publicly would be difficult to do right now but might might be useful. Well i've states as incapable at this moment in time of getting the taliban move troops their forces away from airport road so let's not overstate our influence. We should be using the security council. There is almost nothing. I can think of needs to be done done by the acting. What should be done is a concerted effort to condition recognition of the taliban and eventually them getting a seat at the united nations on their commitment to abide by afghanistan's international human rights out the patients. We can't be thinking just about the people who leave and we can't think the solution is to get people out. Thirty five million people are still there. So what can the international community do you know i. I like to think about that. Incredible free press and the incredible afghan independent human rights to mission. I would put that at. The top of my list is what the international community is going to try best to protect because if they have their press and they had their human rights mission and the afghans can watch their own rights. I think it's time for us to all to get out of the business of thinking we can it be on day-to-day basis if protector. It have their own institutions. Now i think we did a good job in helping to nurture those as the real. So can we do something and we have recognition that we're working with and we have issues of money and at this point everyone knows the. Us isn't gonna put any force into its threats so we really don't have that many tools left just to wrap up. I mentioned you're with this group alliance and supported the afghan people. What specifically do you want to see done right now. You mentioned the international community but looking to congress. Do we need investigations into how this played out. Dewey are there other steps that need to be taken right away to prevent the kind of horrific scenarios.

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"forty year" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

02:57 min | 2 months ago

"forty year" Discussed on Skullduggery

"Were part of the afghan government who helped us who served as translators who served with the with the military and that's a staggering number compared to what we get out like a couple thousand yesterday from the airport and you have thousands and thousands trying to get in so right and meanwhile biden seems to have essentially drawn a line at just get americans out right. He's gonna he's gonna stay in afghanistan with. Us troops protecting the airport. As long as it takes to get americans out every every everyone else that you're you're it seems like you're on your on your own. Yeah i just wanted to before we get to our guest that an excellent guest is andy. Four timers who actually served in afghanistan was deputy chief of mission couple points. You know biden did this to end the era of analysts wars. He might have done so for the united states. But it's not it's highly doubtful. He will have done so for afghanistan in today's washington post akkhmed. Masud the son of the rebel commander. Ahmed shah sued who was assassinated on the eve of nine eleven who had fought valiantly against the taliban and said in his op-ed today he's going north hooking up with afghan army soldiers who were quote disgusted by the surrender of their commanders and are now making their way to the hills of pudgier with their equipment former members of the afghan special forces have also joined our struggle. That is a struggle to fight the taliban so it appears that the war for the afghans will continue. And i do want to take a point of personal privilege by playing the introduction for an episode of the conspiracy land podcast. We did in june july on jamal kashogi. Because there's one episode that dealt with the war afghanistan. And as i said in the introduction all the coverage today does talked about the twenty year american involvement in afghanistan. That's not true. It's actually twice that forty years to the time when the soviets invaded afghanistan in nineteen seventy nine and. Jimmy carter responded. Let's listen to a few minutes of that. Afghan episode in the conspiracy land series afghanistan war in the hindu kush. A war fought by the soviet union to prevent the islamic fundamentalism in.

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"forty year" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

06:33 min | 2 months ago

"forty year" Discussed on Skullduggery

"Investigative correspondent for yahoo news. I'm dan client editor in chief of yahoo news and i'm victory A fellow at the brennan center for justice. So we're all in this weird split-screen moment of on the one and we see the clips of the president defending his decision saying he had no choice but to do what he did. And there were no mistakes made on the other hand. The reality of what's going on in afghanistan including the taliban sort of public affairs public relations propaganda offensive saying that they are going to not engage in reprisals against The afghans who helped us and that women will have writes a lot of reasons to raise questions about that. No one example. That just came across. Just moved is a reuters report about a norwegian intelligence group. That released a report saying they've got evidence. The taliban are hunting individuals linked to the previous administration. Intensifying the hunt down of all individuals and collaborators with the former regime and one example that really grabbed me is a letter they got hold of that was sent to a former afghan counter-terror official who worked with the british and our nato allies. A letter that was sent to him. If you do not report to the commission this is taliban commission to explain your conduct. Your family members will be arrested instead. And you are responsible for this. You and your family members will be treated based on sharia law. That is the kind of message that i think. A lot of afghans are really terrified. About right now and perhaps undercuts what the taliban are saying publicly. I was just wondering if anyone actually seriously took anything that they said at face value in terms of their respect for women's rights or commitment to not retaliating against members of the former regime. Does anyone really believe they're gonna do that. It does strike me though that the stakes for biden and his administration are so high on this point because if the taliban you know do try to behave in a semi responsible way the horror of what we're watching on our tv screens right now will fade over time and You know our attention spans will turn elsewhere but if we started seeing mass reprisals and a bloodbath not to mention other possible consequences such as a reconstitute al qaeda gaining a another foothold in afghanistan. Then this isn't going to go away for biden and the administration. It's not obviously not gonna go for the afghan people either but the consequences. The political consequences are going to be enormous. Yeah i think. I think it all it all rests on that in some ways. What actually happens on the ground there. Whether there are reprisals executions women are treated in the terrible ways that they were treated when the taliban held power the last time around. And i think what will happen is all of the things we're hearing joe biden say about the rationale for doing what they and executing it. The way they did is gonna come under tremendous scrutiny already seeing democrats in the senate and the house call for for hearings to investigate lot of this. There's some troubling reporting notably in the washington post about some of the reasons biden may have delayed and engaged in some the foot-dragging on processing. These visas the white house denies this. We should say at the start but the post has reported. That biden was worried about the images on television of refugees. Coming into the united states and that that would spark a populist backlash from conservatives that would then merge with the immigration criticism in the border and that that would be a big problem and some have pointed out. You know. you're going to get that from tucker carlson no matter what he's already call this an said that the refugees from afghanistan coming in would would constitute an invasion. So you might as well do channeling. Steve miller their talks. The other night on laura ingram saying the same thing. Why should we be letting these afghans into our country. But i mean the difference between. It's so stunning. Because these are these are people who risk their lives for an american mission that a lot of americans in a lot of conservative republicans supported for a very long time in afghanistan. And by the way. You're already seeing multiple republican governors including big trump supporters like. Kevin stood in in oklahoma saying that they would welcome afghan refugees. So let's stipulate that we don't know for sure that this is true but but the poses has been reporting. This and i think there's going to be a lot more scrutiny on why this happened how it happened the way it did and that could be real trouble for biden his region. We do know it's true that the there was vowed right the fear that if large numbers of afghans were admitted into the united states it would be a source of attack and know so that is true whether or not that fear actually kind of motivated or drove the biden administration's policy to not planned for. This is another question. Look and it's also possible by the way she's just say that often when you look for the most interesting or sinister reasons that that you know government makes mistakes it's not that it's disorganization it's chaos. It's dealing with the crisis of government malevolence competence. Yeah exactly exactly does seem to be on full display. At the moment. I look i think you know. The first test obviously is how many people are going to be able to get out because the numbers. I just heard jason crowe. The congressman from colorado fought in afghanistan on democrat saying you know the numbers really are up to one hundred thousand who we need to get out..

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Joe Biden Tries to Take Credit for the Killing of Osama Bin Laden

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | 2 months ago

Joe Biden Tries to Take Credit for the Killing of Osama Bin Laden

"The nerve. The gall it takes for a man named joe biden to say this mission to degrade terrorist threat of al qaeda in afghanistan and kill osama bin laden was a success are decades long effort to overcome centuries of history and permanently change remake. Afghanistan was not and i wrote and believed that never could be. I cannot and will not ask our troops to fight on endlessly another in another country civil war. Can you imagine the only guy who didn't want to take out. Osama bin laden is now taking credit for taking out osama bin laden let that sink in he. He's given us a history lesson. Well here's a little history. You're the only guy that was opposed to take out. Osama bin osama bin laden. You understand that is a fact right. You know that. Don't you don't think that's just like a political talking point you understand. That's literally what he did. He opposed the mission to take out osama bin laden. He was the only guy in the room. They went around voted on. Apparently that's the history lesson he's been wrong about every foreign policy issue for forty years. Don't believe me ask. The generals just incredible. But he's got the nerve to say that but that's who he is. The guys just just lost.

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Immigration Numbers Need to Drop to Unify Country, Assimilate Present Immigrants Properly

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Immigration Numbers Need to Drop to Unify Country, Assimilate Present Immigrants Properly

"I have no problem with any race of people. I have no problem with illegal immigrant. That has come into our country now. Do i think that the number should be lower than they are absolutely. I've i've been out front saying that on this show many times. I think we should be. you know. basically we've taken and so many millions of people over the last couple of decades. Let's forty years. That i think america needs time to digest a very large meal. We need to chance for this for our culture to sort of assimilate everybody properly and to gain unity. That has also obviously been lost in the last number of decades. That's my biggest issue is. I don't like crowding. That's another issue. And i don't like when our culture is getting attacked from within by people that don't understand our culture but yet have legal claim to be here. I don't think that's a good situation for us now. The demographic shift this is what they're hailing now. A lot of people are saying that these numbers show that. There's an uptick in the cities. Now there's they're saying that the all this population growth there saying it's the lowest since the nineteen thirties into the depression. But folks i did that. The hard numbers. We're now at three hundred thirty. Three million people three hundred thirty three million people in america. You go back to like nineteen sixty. There's only one hundred eighty six million but the delta was twenty three million change between then and nineteen seventy twenty million change between nineteen seventy in one thousand nine hundred twenty two point six million so basically twenty three million between nineteen eighty and nineteen ninety. And then you know so. So what they're talking here is. They're saying the slowest rate of growth. It's because we have more people were still having. The total number has stayed constant roughly. We just had another twenty three point nine million increase between two thousand and ten thousand twenty. So we're still gaining over twenty million people every decade. it's just we have more people. So the percentage of that number is lower. So don't don't believe

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"forty year" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"forty year" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

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"forty year" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"forty year" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

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"forty year" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"forty year" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Rules are the forty year old is going for the noise in phases anymore so we hear somebody you know this is not a fan no from a friend of mine I'm come from within the house in a little so if you have time to talk about that you know how the problem what's your problem no I mean we might it's on one of the first time it was when now you know we don't talk about it at all and it's just because there's nothing in there for the world okay cone all right here's what you don't want you don't wanna makes the the fans the enemy right the fans a soldier feel paid good money to be able to watch the bears win and watch the bears get it done and get better week in and week out and so it is not the the bears against the world it's it's not that it's not that you know what it is is that the office guy get better and we wonder chief you deserve to get your **** boat I don't care where you are you deserve it he is got to get better and sometimes I've been born the players is going to play college Blake is but is born the coaching is bull is blowing this the circumstance it's boring the fact that the beer is going to the locker room with three points on the board people get tired of that especially when you have a financial or emotional investment in the team I'm not one two three three two ESPN three three two three seven seven six is our telephone number by the way Nagy was talking about some of the short yardage struggles also ostensibly that only short yardage and also the run struggles it's a combination of both I think there's there's some scheme involved and and and and also there's times or you know there's execution it's it's both sides so we're not we we are fully aware that we want to it's not something we're neglecting it's just a matter of you know we got we know we got because those are those are crucial battles you got it you got to get to you know we had I think our first run was a nice little ten eleven twelve your gain and this just happen to be one of those games where you feel that we are moving the ball more through the air and and when that when that's the case you want to kind of stick to that so it has nothing to do with with anything other than that you'd like to at the at the end of the game the four minute there when this third one those there we want to get we will yeah we want to get those David in park ridge.

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"forty year" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"forty year" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"A forty year elected and that's one of the biggest flaws in the criminal justice system they go on a boat it's about closing cases bottom line cool hello hello suspect three cable will in Atlanta that's the way it works it was simply a matter of work you can close the case is to make you look good over ninety percent of the black community knows that this affects our medicine eight with the white community the opposite the only because the articles like and what you have is a racially polarized respected it is therefore about eight years these white communities formal language don't know diddly about what happened the ones who would tell you what it is almost impossible but you know it's just like the plan going to with the police killers and as things in the state of another work nobody will care about what is displayed but that isn't the point before his formal languages like in my case the girls at the lease it just any other person that athletes on my leg was painted you got his it would be just about anybody else does the same thing in this case are you understand it the relationships what we have to tell it like this because the black he has a different perspective on a lot of murders in a white totally different because they know a great deal to their community has been slighted by the white community who's more conservative store money it is to have a press conferences that's that's the whole over the color has hung up when talk rapidly during our conversation maybe it was a habit formed from having to maximize time when using the prison phone system or maybe it's just wing some of what he was saying directly reflected the opinions of people like Monica Pearson I'm calling to leave these murders were not handled properly in the eyes of much of the black community however what he said about press conferences was a little conflicting it Wayne rally is own press conference at his house if you were so opposed to sensationalizing the news what would you have done that the next thing we brought up with his attorney Lyn Wadley well we're going to get involved attorney Lana which you point blank always language okay but since you detailed historic because he's the bars so many times I don't think people understand one thing this problem is why he he got return calls and that's what you know I've been through it myself we do not let me tell you something later everything legally correct he's been blocked if we stop the weeds out of course hospital room you're going to find like for his frustration he is in the case because of the connection between all of you to you we'll see later on he's not afraid exam but has to do with some of his family you'll understand is you tell me up on that but but it may take years there will be able to make available to do things like the court transcripts that he'll be able to tell you what went on behind the scenes you know to be on the team what the Supreme Court justice told us before he died about the call you got from the vice president the United States you know during the during the all original Georgia Supreme Court he'll be able to tell you what happened to all they went back in two thousand and two just to keep blood samples we ask it went back in the state Steve just a crown lands we lost that on the night you'll get all gore hit well we don't need because user you we talked about it but you know one lady is going to have a legacy frustrated with him when he comes creature called reason like that thank you for using security goodbye in a matter of just a few minutes we made some pretty big claims about this case from involvement from the vice president to lost evidence I had to talk to his attorney Lyn Wadley hello quietly recording you may hang up no matter how many times I tried to call in the tourney then what I never got an answer finally responded to one of my tax really busy for the foreseeable future Wayne said he would talk to him that he will provide you with all the information I needed to see his side of the story clearly but apparently they didn't have the time to talk back you seem to be actively avoiding me the next person I contacted for Wayne's request was Tracy answers mall I want to know more about the person we've been living with especially given how highly we spoke Anthony Spencer he is my oldest son but a good here all.

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"forty year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"forty year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"A new break in a forty year old cold case for proper Jody reports through years of work and a phone call from a possible victim family member we now know the identity of the nineteen ninety seven Jane doe found a way to get in on its own socks worn socks has been identified as a miss Deborah Jackson Debra Jackson was a twenty three year old age white female of Abilene Texas who left home roughly in nineteen seventy seven well the victim has been identified should he says they don't have a suspect in mind just yet but they do have a few leaves of where Jackson worked to look into some Austin city council members are banking a resolution calling for state and federal legislation to combat gun violence councilmember else an altar says the city and country has been waiting long enough for lawmakers to take action I took office only two and a half years ago and I've lost count of the amount of times I've had to publicly acknowledge and express grief over another senseless act of gun violence after each of these mass shootings we thought we'd mourned enough for our state and federal lawmakers to take action but they did it after the main altar demands the U. S. Senate reconvenes and enact gun violence prevention laws and calls on Texas governor Greg Abbott to do the same Austin's tech sector continues to bone loss and chamber of commerce is Beverly Kerr added up all the numbers to the end of twenty nineteen she says the metro has collected and generated more than seventy two hundred tech sector companies with a standing work force of more than one hundred and sixty one thousand or more highly concentrated them it's about fifteen point eight percent of our jobs compared to eight point seven percent nationally says the local tech sectors job growth rate held at six point six percent while the total jobs market right here in the metro grew by three point six in twenty eighteen LBJ news time is for for now for a look at Austin's on time traffic.

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"forty year" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"forty year" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The trade deadline Zack rank you to Houston was a really big deal I thought Atlanta improve the cubs got a bat but the Yankees didn't do anything they beat the red Sox tonight the red Sox or circling the drain as we speak which isn't the end of the world because Boston just one another World Series and they have a tough time going back to back and they've had an unbelievable run so far this century but the way they can't be Tampa Bay at Fenway when the Yankees win this game tonight is this the beginning of the end for the red Sox as we open up the show but they've got to split this series of the going to have a chance to win the month of August and also today is a very important day for me my hero died forty years ago today Thurman Munson the captain of the Yankees are great catcher their captain in World Series champion died in a plane crash in canton Ohio and the tie in canton Ohio tonight with the gold jacket ceremony of Thurman Munson grave is only twenty minutes away from canton the pro football hall of fame and I remember it like it was yesterday as a young boy growing up in Long Island New York is a little league catcher and when Thurman Munson died the impact it had on my wife at that stage my grandparents were alive I didn't know any death in my life I really didn't a just a kid and one Munson died it took me a long time to find a way to Kerr pump you not to deal with the issue of death and my hero and it stayed with me my whole life and today when I got up I knew today's date always knew the state and I put it out on Facebook at JT the brick and it was a tough tough memory that comes back every year it comes back to me but today being the fortieth anniversary in tonight Diana Monsen interments kids were in the Bronx tonight to throw out the first pitch with a heavy heart I got to give it to the Manson family they come back for old timers day they come back on this anniversary when they can and they're always around the organization and if you've never been in the Yankee clubhouse which I've been to see Fuhrman Munson's locker still there the way it was left is bone chilling considering a rod and Derek Jeter Mariano Rivera Mickey mantle Joe to Maggio the fact that they leave that locker there so you could see it it shows the legacy of months and so I want to bring that up on the forty year anniversary of his passing this week I spent a lot of time talking about quarterbacks at this time of year you see a lot of lists come out the athletic put it out NFL network put out their quarterback list also their top one hundred players and a lot of the list you don't agree with that I put together my own quarterback list and I'd like you to get into it tonight because I believe as we sit here tonight on four row on the bench this is the greatest year in the history of the NFL one hundred year anniversary for the quarterback position top to bottom let me explain first off the top of the list you have two quarterbacks that have flown for over seventy thousand yards I don't believe you'll ever see that again at this time because Peyton manning retired right when you look at the yard so far but all the guys you through for big yards I don't think you'll ever see again two quarterbacks over seventy thousand now those are two guys Brady a breeze these other quarterbacks who tonight I already have in the pro football hall of fame they include.

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"forty year" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"forty year" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Right now forty year old Manny Pacquiao was the new W. B. A. welterweight champion SCB previously undefeated Keith Thurman in a split decision meantime inclement weather in the forecast heading into the final round of the British open at royal Portrush Shane Lowry finished with eight birdies and no bogeys in the third round as he soared to the top of the leader board at sixteen under par Tommy Fleetwood four strokes off the pace JB Holmes as far back and Brooks kept and Justin roads are each at nine under in seven shots off the lead KEPCO who won this year's PGA championship and finished second at both the masters and U. S. open hoping the bad weather predicted for the final round place in his favor please someone in some rain cleaning and anything second time I go your way and that's an advantage and especially the way I'm striking the ball struck it's so good and you know it's gonna be when you need to be able to strike again and with that forecast final round tee times have been pushed up one hour turning to baseball in the Dodgers looking to take care of business at home parents rainy weather fly ball to right it is snapping a six all tie in the eight Charlie started around doctors radio as Los Angeles went to ten six elsewhere in the N. L. the brewer scored three times in the eighth and three more in the night they rally past the backseat three nationals one for the fifteenth time in twenty games with a five three win over the Braves parents knocked off the Phillies five one the red squeak by the cardinals three to two Josh van meter first career home run was a tie breaking two run shot in the seventh let's stop the giants eleven for snapping San Francisco seven game winning streak the cubs slip past the Padres six five leave the angel stopped the mariners sixty two my travel home run number thirty one a three run shot in the nineteen eighties rally past the twins five four on a Chris Davis two run single in the ninth the red Sox crush the oriel seventeen six Jackie Bradley junior had a pair of three run homers loyal schooled off the Indians won nothing the white Sox edge the race two to one in eleven innings Tampa bay's lost five in a row the Astros won their fourth straight six one of the Rangers blue jays race the tiger seven five an interleague action the Yankees club the Rockies eleven five I'm John facts we CBS sports radio and our Twitter handle is at CBS sports radio complications are the highest of high tech when it comes to mechanical cation is a mechanical watch to keep track of more than just hours minutes and seconds what exactly and a perpetual calendar complication please keep track of lead wow luxury timepieces find designers and flawless nine this is perfectly situated in Stanford shopping center and the flagship street is at one fifty post off Union Square cache creek casino resort is having his biggest giveaway aber this summer with a million dollar cars and cash giveaway through September second over twenty five thousand dollars in cash will be given away every Saturday at nine PM then it gets even better on Sundays when a brand new Mercedes Benz C. three hundred will be given away at nine PM guaranteed that's not all visit us at cache creek dot com to find out when we will be giving away the AMG C. sixty three million dollar cars in cash only cache creek casino resort Brian Murphy here from my friends at provident credit union good people local financial institution that my mortgage with provident and membership at provident credit union is full of advantages like listen to this day recently upped their deposit rates so try their thirteen month liquid term share certificates featuring one point fifty one annual percentage yield yeah that's one point fifty one percent on a thirteen month certificate plus you can add funds at any time or withdraw funds of any amount penalty free giving you flexibility to manage your money on your terms provident credit union.

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"forty year" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"forty year" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We have a forty year old woman from Chicago. We'll have to wait till Sunday to fly their sister's body back from Dubai. It's a holiday there. Most shops and businesses are closed. Gloria Ray Bank says her sister, brandy hunches, Chicago native digest after her emerets flight from New York landed into by this morning airline tells the family, it'll cost six thousand dollars to return, the body cause of death hasn't yet been released. A Baltimore City police was arrested earlier today. Torching the new bergh's at twenty four year veteran of the department these assault false imprisonment and misconduct police Commissioner Michael Harrison says new Borge seen in body. Cam footage wrongfully arresting a man who had criticized his arrest tactics, the video has been made public, it's expected to be released over the next few days, but Commissioner Harrison describes what he has seen as not only just wrong, but deeply disturbing an illegal smash IPO and now a company that produces meat alternative food is again, exceeded Wall Street's expectations beyond meat. The street just about a month ago. It share price closed up one hundred sixty three percent on day one and we're getting a look at its first report, it's still unprofitable, but it's beating expectations beyond meat reports revenue of forty point. Two million analyst Ted forecasted thirty nine million first quarter. Losses were six point six million enough to beat forecast and show improvement over the same period last year. We'll check sports, traffic and weather next on WGN. The capital on saver card. You're in four percent. Cashback on dining entertainment dinner.

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"forty year" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"forty year" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And when I left loops. Josh you wanna fix that? Where I can. I guess I'll just close that. We'll see what it does. There. We go. We were talking with Gregg up in plano. Gill? Greg there. Still a gym. Okay. Why the call screen thing was doing all kinds of funny stuff. Okay. So you're looking at getting a new deck top put on our the the framework and stuff still good. Or are they going to have to rebuild all rotted out jam middle? It'll have to all be be redone. Okay. The frame and all we have that large trade at forty year old oak and pull out front, and the one contractor was just worried about moisture for some reason, I guess due to the shade and the pool. Yeah. What what is he worried about the moisture getting on? He was saying talking about the under side, the underside of the composite, decking and building up of mold. Didn't know. I thought you'd always recommended this this new composite as a replacement. I don't I I personally still use would myself on my decks, but I have zero problem with the composites. I've never heard of anybody having a mold issue under those composite decks. It's like anything else. If you keep it ventilated, it's going to be just fine. And they do last long. You don't have to worry about splinters in your feet and stuff. The only thing you have to be aware of when you use composite decking versus regular wood, decking. You gotta have your joist closer together. Because it it does not have the structural strength to spam. Like lumber does. Okay. Other than that. It's actually a great product. You'll spend a lot more on it than would. But it holds.

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"forty year" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"forty year" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Wrestling summit. No. I know it is very weird. And I've seen that when we went to take Jaden our oldest son to a lot of the wrestling matches and grown adult men would be talking about. Oh is this one going to do this? And are they going to and talking crap on? And I'm like, do they know this is like, you know, we all you know. I mean, the hit the they wrestle and three each other around that is real. I mean, they are doing that. But like the whole thing is like, okay, I can see my eight year old is like thinking, this is real like thirty forty year olds like talking about it. The fights over getting into fights over it sounds like this is not my thing here. But when we start we had good seats enough that right there. But what I find even more disturbing. Is the guys that go to the games dressed like mascots? Well. Yeah. You know, I'm sorry. Face painting. You got some issues there. I'm sorry. I don't get actually we have the comeback rally man from the Mets works with me. Yeah. Rows man dresses up. Like, yeah. Paulie? Now. Do you? Tell Charlie you're weird, Charlie. Did you say that to him? I I you know what? Just understanding just because somebody's they're wrong. Maybe I'm weird. I don't know. You definitely are weird. Especially those Star Trek guys, and they dress like the kamikazes what Santa Claus. Yeah. I just don't know. I just like their thing. Not yours teenagers kids in college. You stick to sports betting and your website. My goodness. I would never want to dress like cab car walking street you stick to what you're good at. Yeah. And I'll tell you why. And you don't wanna miss out on baseball. No that just like John les fail schools. My sport NFL. He was calling you like every day. I love you know, that's my support. That's common. So anybody that does like baseball. Make sure you call me at one eight hundred three zero eight nine zero zero three I played some Pro Bowl back in the day. Not big leaks but independent ball. I love my baseball and got me through tough childhood. I gotta say you don't want to call play for play when it's happening. When we watch baseball together, I'm going to tell you it's a play for playing. I'm like, how do you know? How do you know? And you're like watch they're going to do this. And what do they do if they do that? I tell you what pitch. They're gonna throw watching it. And I just got the feel for. For it. And I'm not saying, I'm no good in college basketball. It's just not my best sport. But I think it's tough all these games. Really? It's tough. Oh that unlike unlike the regular season when it comes down to tournament weekend in March madness. It's a lot of value. Even here in Steve's voice. Stressed out? It's a lot of variables. You don't have the homecourt advantage teams are traveling lot of wear and tear. They're playing consecutive games. They're playing on emotions somebody's kids miss their home till they missed it girlfriends see you don't factor that in you're young. And you're in love and you'll listen you go, you're not feeling the same or you missed you don't they have those groupie girls. Standing on the side that make feel better about yourself. I'm trying to release her. They have other students. Uh-huh. What are you doing? The basketball players, and you know, their side. Let's get off sports real quick..

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"forty year" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"forty year" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

"And now, how should we respond to this research showing that older people with higher LDL cholesterol levels have a lower risk of dementia. Well, I don't think we have nearly enough evidence to start advising grandpa to eat more bacon with the goal of raising his LDL cholesterol levels as with younger and middle aged people. I still think the best advice is to balance your intake of saturated fats with unsaturated fats, such as those found in olive oil of KADO, fish and nuts, but we might want to reconsider whether we should be prescribing medication. Means or even low fat diets to people who are in their eighties in order to keep their cholesterol levels at fifty year old target levels. In fact, research has shown that giving statins to older people who have elevated cholesterol, but no other signs of heart disease doesn't have any benefit at all. In fact, it may sometimes do some harm as our population gets older and lives longer. It's becoming clear that it doesn't make sense to lump everyone over the age of eighteen into a single category. In terms of our health, benchmarks laboratory values medication and nutrition recommendations, the nutritional needs of a seventy year old are a lot different than those of thirty year old. And by the same token, a cholesterol reading that might be concerning in a forty year old might be of no consequence or even reassuring in an eighty year old. It's also such a good reminder that prescribing medications or diets in response to individual lab values is not ideal recommendation. Should always take into consideration. A patient's overall health their health history their lifestyle and age adjusted risk factors and requirements as well as any other medications and conditions and finally this complex relationship between cholesterol and health is yet. Another example of the fact that individual foods and nutrients are rarely all good or all bad. Most play a variety of roles and context is everything. For example. You might be interested in my past episode how saturated fat can actually help your heart. You'll find a transcript of today's episode along with links to the research, I discussed as well as

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"forty year" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"forty year" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Five. Forty year old drew Brees has been down this road before many saints teammates. They'll have not because it's been nine years since New Orleans last played the NFC championship game rest assure that was addressed throughout the week. We'll take it for granted. Appreciate it. Takes a lot of hard work to get here. We are so a young team water areas. But we also have a lot of great veteran leadership. Those guys. Throughout the season done, a great job and making sure that's communicated to Gaza and guys understand that as far as they get set for tomorrow's rematch with the Rams, lots of parallels being drawn between Sean Payton, and Sean McVeigh Patos wants the young upshot offensive genius McVay. Now carries that reputation, but recognizes he has a long way to go. I've got a whole lot of respect for coach paid knees. And outstanding coach clearly referenced by the way that his team's plan this year how they played over the course of his career when he's been leading the saints. So I don't think we're in that category yet, we've got we've got to do things for for a lot longer to be able to be mentioned in that same breath. It'll be a thrill five eastern kickoff. Tomorrow from the Superdome. Followed by the patriots and the chiefs of the AFC title game kicking off at six forty marrow head stadium. I'm Chris lopresti scrapped the honeydew list and listen to me DA Sunday morning football tomorrow ninety stern right here. CBS sports radio. The jewelry. Max, you won't see me? Here's Julie MacDonald. Saturday sports fans. How the hell are you? How'd you week been good? I all. Thanks for asking chilly up here to northeast what we'll get through it. Wonder it's going to be colder here as I do the show.

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"forty year" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"forty year" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Like, you're gonna take an eighteen year old private put a gun in their hand. And then expect them to act like a forty year old attorney and determine what is a lawful. Order and what isn't come on. That's a cop out. It's a cop out. I mean, I don't think it's the case that every eighteen year old has no moral, compass is that what you're suggesting now, I just don't think they're qualified. They get it takes. It takes qualification to say, hey, no, I'm not going to shoot the six year old. Well, okay. So you're taking the end, right? The massacre certainly is the the the very end. But how do how do I as an eighteen year old who just recently signed up for the military determine on every order? I'm giving I presume they're given several a day. Well, aren't they explicitly taught Andy military not to question orders part of the whole stick? That's kind of the thing which I told like supposed to follow orders unless they're unlawful order. I'm really I'm not an attorney and I'm not qualify. To determine what a lawful order is. And what it isn't. So you know, you somehow this has been passed off onto me that seems completely unfair to me. I disagree with the notion of a lawful order or an unlawful order. They won't be able to tell the difference in a lot of cases. They don't know what the law is everybody should be responsible for their own actions. And we shouldn't have a draft. That'll solve a lot of those problems instead of making eighteen year olds act like Jag officers. It's ridiculous. We we've you rule sixty three is illegitimate. This is the new rule that prohibits the guns. Yeah. Presume we review we view rule. Sixty three is having the perverse effect of increasing the risk to everyone in the state house and gallery and chambers. He's right to make this point of view more approachable for our progressive friends..

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"forty year" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"forty year" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"That's the base part of that. This. So I'm gonna do I'm gonna do Melvin Franklin from the Thames Johnny Hartman and Barry white give me a little Barry. Just a little. Oh my goodness. That's what you. Urine for Gannett. Bo. Bo Nira, far that's going to be my NAT king Cole. Johnny hartman. Very. And forget to do the little. Really? Berry everyone to. I feel envious because they're these songs we love that we feel in our soul, we sing in the shower. And with whatever you got the voice to make to be really fulfilling to be able to sing those songs and just give it to the massive. I feel blessed to have the opportunity to share my gift with the world. When did you could say? Probably when I was ten eleven and they were telling me to shut up around the house. And then when I was fourteen in church, I sang in the choir sing below the men had fourteen and thirteen mass. When I knew something was going on win singing groups in the seventies. And here we are. It's been a forty year journeys go back to when you're a child. I know that you were prompted by something you saw just a few years back, but you knew within your family, what PTSD was up close. I didn't quite know what it was at the time. But my dad must have that. Actually, he was a veteran of three different wars. Were one Korean war and Vietnam war? And he was he was very challenging difficult to say the least. And I didn't understand why he was always so angry or he was always on. And he would go off at. Generally, I didn't know what was wrong with them. And I just thought he was we didn't know begin to realize the power of music therapy. I just said, you know, what this is my way of giving back is what's something that I love that. I love this music, and I wanted to share the gift of music. So when you therapy came into my heart. I said this is what I wanna do it for the rest of my life back, then they call it shell shock, whatever they called it. And then. Yeah, people and it was it was a whole generation. So it was a lot of them. They didn't talk about it like they do now and PTSD was not talked about so must do your heart. Good that so much focus. There's a long way to go. But there's so much focus put on it and put on the healing. Yes. I mean when you look at PTSD, and you look at the suicide rate for veterans it's like twenty two twenty two per day every day sixty to ninety minutes, I'm happy mind in what can we do? They go to war. They go overseas. They go through hell and back. And that's when it when they can't handle it, and we need to be there for him. This was you really can. Understand what they've gone through. They've gone through such a traumatic experiences to exist in every day is there's something going on in the head. And we think there's nothing wrong. Why do you are you so tight? We don't understand what they're going through. And we can't even internalize what they've gone through. So at least we can do is have the empathy. What can we do to help? And that's what I decided I'm going to help. The government should be doing this with someone. I should be doing that. What can we do? What can I do? Some music therapy is my gift. So that's what I can do this. They might get Floyd. Well, Dan, what's the website again music therapy for veterans.

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