37 Burst results for "Great Britain"

Fresh update on "great britain" discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

History Unplugged Podcast

01:14 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "great britain" discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

"You. And fortin said, no, I'm a patriot. I'm fighting for my country. I'm not going to go to England. You can put me in prison. And he actually spent 8 months on the Jersey, which is an amazing record because most people died on the Jersey. Before he was released and then James fort and after the American Revolution, he became one of the best known citizens in Philadelphia. He was a sailmaker, a major sailmaker, and he died with a $70,000 estate. And during his lifetime, he worked hard to make America live up to the ringing words of the Declaration of Independence. And he tried to better the situation for his fellow black men and women in the states. And he even provided seed money to William Lloyd garrison to start up his abolition newspaper, the liberator. Sorry, I just thought he was a great story, James forton of somebody who fought and somebody about whom we have a little more information than many of the other privateersmen. And I had the same problem with the book I wrote on pirates, is you always wish that you had more information. But very few pirates are no pirates, and very few privateersmen sat down and wrote their memoirs. And the most of the memoirs that are out there from a privateersman who operated during the American Revolution, they were ones who survived the hellish conditions of the Jersey. That was a very popular topic to write about. This is definitely before the era when a let's say a general retires takes a board seat on Raytheon or Boeing and has a publicist that gets in the book contract and they go to the presidential library to hit the speaking circuit. So when you don't have the military industrial complex, there's just not as smooth retirement path for people like this. Yes. That's true. Well, I'm curious what the overall contribution to the war effort was from privateering. Now, you go into great deal about this, but others have recognized this at different times that if it weren't for private hearing results of the war could have been different, you have a quote in the beginning of your book from John Lehman, secretary of the navy, under Reagan, who says that the battles of the American Revolution were fought on land and independence was won at sea. And for this, we have the enormous success of American privateers to thank even more than the continental navy, which are strong words. So how would you describe the contribution of the Revolutionary War that the privateer fleet gave? Yeah, there are many ways. And you have to take them all into account. I mean, George Washington said that winning the war was a standing miracle. And he and others realized that there were a lot of points at which it might have gone in a different direction and there are a lot of different ways in which privateering contributed to the ultimate outcome. I mean, first and foremost, they took the fight to the British on the ocean. You know, there were countless actions against British ships. It caused British insurance rates, maritime insurance rates to precipitous precipitously rise. They diverted British resources in naval assets to protecting British merchant ships and also to going out and attacking American privateers. They had a major impact from the Caribbean in particular where it was the most important area for Great Britain with all the sugar colonies.

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The Case for Ending The Fed With Steve Bannon

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 2 d ago

The Case for Ending The Fed With Steve Bannon

"Joining us right now is Steve Bannon. Steve had a very big weekend at cpac Steve. Welcome to the program. I want to play a piece of tape at you at cpac and we'll go from there. Let's play cut ten. We don't need to audit the fed. We need to end the Federal Reserve. The federal reserve has you surf as you surf has usurped its power and the power of the American people in our elective representatives. And no, they do not have the consent of the governor. We will not comply. We will not submit. And it must be ended. Steve, that sounds like Ron Paul, floors yours. Exactly. I hope to take it, you know, he was a great inspiration, but we hope to take it one step up. Ron Paul, who had his entire presidential campaign around about money and currency, you know, is a great warrior and a brave man. I'm not a libertarian. But I understand that the administrative state and particularly the global apparatus is funded by the central banks. And it's outrageous that the evidence today is so much even more overwhelming than when Ron Paul laid it out for us. From 2008 to right now, Charlie, you know, what the $23 trillion they've printed, the 9 and a half trade they put on the balance sheet of the Federal Reserve is just increased the power and concentration of wealth in our nation. 0.5% of the American population own more assets and wealth than the bottom 90%. This is exactly what the framers fought a revolution to avoid. They wanted to get away from the landed aristocracy in Great Britain and the mercantile class in Great Britain. And we are back to this oligarchy. What we have is a combination of state capitalism and authoritarian government

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Fresh update on "great britain" discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

01:04 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "great britain" discussed on Fore Play

"Great Britain over there and when I was doing my expenses for like some of the little things that we got in Scotland, trying to find those areas that we, like when you have to put a location in, fucking Europe and England, the way you guys do like zip codes or whatever those numbers are, it felt like I was expensing stuff from another world. It was like, there we go. Let me say it for you. You felt like you were in Harry Potter. I felt like I was in Harry Potter. I was like, what am I fucking expensing this to Gryffindor? There was dashes, there was numbers. There were symbols I had never seen before. I mean, it was crazy. Yeah, but you have to understand. And it's interesting this, the expense game, how we've got on to this because you have to understand you're sending it back to an American person that's going to sign off or make sure you get paid your expenses. So the main thing you've got to figure out, are you going to put in the dollar amount and then let me expense system turn it on their exchange rate, which is always going to kill you into the pound amount and then change it into dollars or you can wait until you get your credit card statement and just throw that in so that you don't get crucified or are you going to go not that I've ever done this, but I've got friends who've done it. You know, you just make up a little expense to make up for lost you've had in the exchange rate. You know what I mean? I don't know anything about that. But you know I've heard people do it conveniently lost receipt, but here's like $50 just made up. I think the system that we use, it translates it. I think when you put in the location, it says like, this is the exchange rate. I'm pretty sure that's what it does. That's the exchange rate, but how do you know that's your credit card exchange rate? That's a good, that's a good question that I don't know the answer to. And if you're expensing Indian food for 25 people, you want to get that puppy right because you can be out of pocket quite a bit. But you know what, it depends. If you had a nice meal, then you don't mind buying you large Indian food at your own pocket. That's fine. Whatever. Nice deals are nice. Trotty. So if I understand this correctly, you've been on site, you were on site in Memphis with a couple of the boys. What are we looking at?

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NHS Faces Crackdown on Giving Puberty Blockers to Children

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:34 sec | Last week

NHS Faces Crackdown on Giving Puberty Blockers to Children

"The telegraph and Great Britain and the national health service there could be banned from giving puberty blockers to children. As concerns are rising that youngsters are being rushed into changing their gender. So it was all but lock this thing up. So you're going to be the next prime minister and Rishi sunak is the dark horse at this point. And I mean, way back, he's lame. He's absolutely came out for the keeping the taxes and keeping the Green New Deal and all that nonsense that Liz trust is going to get rid of. They both said that life altering treatments have to be given only when children are old enough. That would mean 18 usually for things like that too.

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What's Next for the UK After Johnson Resignation?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:19 min | Last month

What's Next for the UK After Johnson Resignation?

"No, mister secretary, you spent some time in the United Kingdom in the run up to the announcement by prime minister Johnson that he will be standing down. And the launch of the UK leadership election. Now, the prime minister of the United Kingdom matters a great deal to the United States. And you've known a lot of their foreign secretaries, your counterpart when you're at the CIA at M 6. You know, a lot of these people, what do you make of the needs of Great Britain in their next prime minister? Toughness resolve. Candor. Most of all candor to the people of the United Kingdom telling them that this is a tough honorary world out there that they are an important player. And now that they are no longer part of Europe, they need to step up and continue the kind of leadership that they had when president Reagan and Margaret Thatcher and Pope John Paul two worked so closely together. I was there. I was in London for a three or four days. Just before prime minister Johnson stepped down. And I saw a great generation of next conservative leaders from Tory party. Not every Tory is a conservative, but every conservative is a Tory and I think they will find a good leader who moves the country forward in a way that engages in the world economically and lets lending continue to be a massive, important, massively important financial center, but provides a level of understanding for other European nations about this is the way forward.

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Boris Johnson Announces Resignation as UK Prime Minister

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:56 sec | Last month

Boris Johnson Announces Resignation as UK Prime Minister

"Boris Johnson. Over in old blighty. The green and pleasant land. Home of bands such as the clash and Joy Division. And the who, of course. While Hugh, he's going. Boris Johnson is going. Boris Johnson, he's the prime minister of Great Britain. He looks like a hobo. Stuffed into a $5000 suit. And he's going to resign today. He's had something like 50 is producer Dwayne around. No, he's gone. Everybody's gone. I'm abandoned. Here, much like, much like Boris Johnson. I think something in the area of 50 of various ministers and functionaries in the party have just cashed in their chips. They've resigned. Because Boris Johnson Boris Johnson is wounded and bleeding, he is the wildebeest on the veldt.

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Gordon Chang Describes China's View of the Russia-Ukraine War

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:19 min | Last month

Gordon Chang Describes China's View of the Russia-Ukraine War

"Heard two different interpretations of how Putin's latest military action affects Beijing. One is it would be used as cover. It would be used to distract from a move against Taiwan and second I'm hearing that the international reaction to Russia, the arming of Ukraine has given strategic pause to Xi Jinping. Can we tell which of those is more accurate? Are they are they happy that Putin did what he did or are they annoyed at how sloppy he's been in the execution of the invasion. I think that Beijing looks at the Ukraine and they take away a number of lessons some which encourage them to be more aggressive. Some of them inhibit inhibit them. But I think that on balance, they've been emboldened. And the reason is that first of all, and this is the most important lesson. There was the greatest breakdown in deterrence since the start of the Second World War. Although the United States, the 27 nations of the European Union and Great Britain had an economy 25.1 times bigger than Russia's in 2021. We failed to stop that invasion. So you have a far weaker party. Basically defy the world. And they got away with it so far. And I think China looks at that and says that we would similarly fail to deter China that we don't have the willingness to use our power. The other thing is that although there have been sanctions on Russia, those sanctions have not been as effective as people had hoped. Russia's ruble is doing okay. They're selling a lot of loyal. By the way, to China. And so I think that the Chinese believe that, look, the west can't enforce sanctions. And by the way, the Chinese are so arrogant these days. They think that we wouldn't impose sanctions on them in the first place or that they would be able to skate by them. So I think that the only thing that they look at at Putin and our irritated is that Putin may have delayed their plans for attacking a neighbor,

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Fed Raises Rate to Fight Inflation

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Fed Raises Rate to Fight Inflation

"Now, the headlines this morning are all about the fed is raising interest rates again, what's next? For more raise it. Washington Post had raised interest rates by largest amounts since 1994 to fight inflation. New York Times, Federal Reserve takes swing and inflation with largest rate increase since 1994. The Bank of England, according to the telegraph in Great Britain, is under pressure to follow the Federal Reserve. Bitcoin is just crushed because I hate to say I told you so. But this is a real recession coming and it's real inflation and not real currency don't do well.

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This Is What Makes the Founding Fathers So Extraordinary

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 2 months ago

This Is What Makes the Founding Fathers So Extraordinary

"Natural reality that does not believe that there's an overarching design to our existence. You of course are talking about people that want to be God themselves. It's nothing new. We've seen it. It's somewhat predictable almost. When you see people that get into power, they themselves want to turn into deities. This is one of the reasons why the founding fathers were so extraordinary, founding fathers are worthy of study. There were examination where they perfect of course not. However, the founding fathers were exceptional and they were brilliant. You see the founding fathers after they won the war. Against the British Empire very well could have made the washiton, Hamiltonian, jacksonian monarchy. They could have subdivided America and made every state its own kind of feudal territory because that's all humans knew before them. Before the founding fathers broke away and won against Great Britain. One against king George, the people of America, they wouldn't have known any different. Now there was a grassroots desire for self government thanks to the strong biblical teachings of Wesley and mayhew Jonathan mayhew and Jonathan Edwards and whitfield. Thanks to the colonial preachers that laid the foundation, roger Williams, as well, that started the foundation. For when it ended up being the revival of self government, the breakthrough in time, the 4000 year leap forward. And because of all of that, the founding fathers that decided to go a different way. They might have had many shortcomings. But they didn't have a shortcoming where they thought they were God. I can't say the

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PM Boris Johnson Faces Vote of No-Confidence

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:03 min | 2 months ago

PM Boris Johnson Faces Vote of No-Confidence

"That's right, 54 members of the Tory party. Now the way it works in Great Britain, they're not going to an election just a bunch of the members of the Conservative Party have had it with Boris, and they send letters to something called the 1922 committee or the committee on 1922 or 1922 something or other. And the senior member of the party is the chair of that. And when he counts 15% of letters demanding a vote of no confidence, they have a vote of no confidence. And so Boris got hit with that this morning. The magic number of 54 was greeted. I think some Tory members of parliament were watching Boris get booed on his way into St Paul's Cathedral for the platinum celebrations yesterday and they said, you know, we're going to lose a couple of by elections this month and we're going to get crushed if Boris is the leader. So we better dump him now. We still have two plus years left and the majority we can get ourselves a new prime minister,

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The Starvation of Japan: A Tragic Consequence of the WW2 Era

Key Battles of American History

01:48 min | 2 months ago

The Starvation of Japan: A Tragic Consequence of the WW2 Era

"In history, what this did occur, the starvation of Japan was one of the most tragic parts of the war. And it began to actually even in 1939 before the war that people were living people were actually living in Japan on a rationing ration diet and reduced calorie count. Even as early as 1938, 39 because Japan imported a large amount of its rice from China. And so once they went to war with China, they couldn't import as much rice from China. And then as the years went by of the China war, dragging on and in the United States and Great Britain placing sanctions upon Japan to force them out of China, that just reduced the amount of money that Japan had to import rice and the amount of the amount of resources that they had. And so from 1939 to 1945, Japan's domestic rice production reduced by over 60%. Their imported rice production. Are they imported rice, which was about a quarter to maybe even up to a third of their rice consumption reduced by 90% by 1945. And so most of the food went to first to the military second to the war industry and third to those unproductive members of society, children. Women, housewives, and most of the elderly. And so large, large numbers of people will starve. In addition, during the war, as early as the early in the middle of the war in 1942, 43, U.S. submarine campaign began sinking ships. They were carrying those supplies of

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Ukraine Has Repelled Russia's Attempt to Cross Donbas River

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:11 min | 3 months ago

Ukraine Has Repelled Russia's Attempt to Cross Donbas River

"There is a story in the telegraph of Great Britain today. An entire battalion and again, I am not, I'm a civilian civilian, meaning I don't even know how to spell civilian, much less anything going on in the army. And the Russian army. But I know that when a battalion gets wiped out, trying to cross a river, that's not good for morale. So they tried to cross the river. It's in the telegraph, I tweeted it out. You should be following me on Twitter. And they got pushed back 20 clicks from 30 clicks, which in my mind I quickly estimate to be about 18 miles because the ten K is 6.2 miles and so 30 clicks must be about 18.6 miles. So Ukraine's are pushing back the Russians all over the place. They're in a static front in the Donbass, which is, you know, I couldn't draw the Donbass on a map. I know where Ukraine and Russia is, but it's part of Ukraine. And I couldn't get it right now where it is roughly. It doesn't get to Odessa. And only a part not a God, this is from the financial time. Military briefing can Ukraine push the Russian army from the country. Even that being written is something that's extraordinary.

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Dinesh Discusses Emancipation in Britain vs. America

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:32 min | 3 months ago

Dinesh Discusses Emancipation in Britain vs. America

"Our next question is a video question. International's try again, God bless you and thank you for answering all my questions. I really appreciate it. Something that popped in my head today, I'm listening to the personal memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant, huge book. And something popped in my head. I remember that Larry elder said that he thought that the reason there wasn't a Civil War in England over the Emancipation of slaves was because the state actually gave reparations to the slave owner. To free the slave. I was curious if you think that this proposition was ever brought forth to the south if they would have accepted it, or if it was just something that was never on the table that they would have never accepted. I'd love to hear what you think. And I really, I'm getting a lot of respect for Ulysses S. Grant and all the union troops. They had to fight like hell to save our country. God bless you and thank you for all you do. I'm fascinating question that delves into history and the difference between the experience of America and the experience of Great Britain. Now it is true that when you had Emancipation in Britain, it was, well, it was compensated Emancipation, which meant you couldn't have slaves anymore, but the British government would in a sense pay you the value of your quote property. The free you of it, and so there was. I don't think was unjust in the case of Great Britain for the simple reason that British law classified slaves as property. So in that respect, prior to Emancipation, it was legal to own slaves. And by the way, there were a lot of slaves, also in the British Empire. They weren't that many slaves in Britain, not so this is an important difference between the British experience and the American that the economy of the south in the United States was heavily dependent. In fact, was defined by slavery, cotton was the predominant crop across the Deep South. But even in the rest of the south, there were slaves that were used in domestic labor onto a tobacco plantations, and so on. So the economy of the south is almost inconceivable without slavery. This was not true of Great Britain. And so I think the reason that there wasn't a Civil War in Britain is because the abolition of slavery in Great Britain was not as big a deal.

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They Are Collapsing the Dollar

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 5 months ago

They Are Collapsing the Dollar

"So part of the global world order that we live under, post World War II. Is the idea that America will protect the sea lanes, America will keep peace in the continents. And in exchange, the world will use the dollar as the world reserve currency. So this idea of globalism has been kind of half tried, if you will. Many times the League of Nations by Woodrow Wilson, it was tried and failed miserably. The United Nations was a feeble attempt. Now, when we talk about the global order that was established in post World War II, let's say post World War II geopolitics, the world was a very, let's say damaged place. The world in more ways than one had difficulty being able to rebuild itself and to bring itself out of the, not just the troubles, but the widespread carnage that occurred because of the axis versus the allies conflict. So as a solution, Dwight D. Eisenhower and many others came up with a plan. That because the United States dollar was so strong because all of the fighting except for a Pearl Harbor happened outside of America in America suffered great losses in World War II, but far less losses than the 20 million civilians and army troops that died in Russia, far less than the 7 million people that were killed in the Holocaust and far less than the 5 million people that were killed that were German citizens or army members, far less than the 1.8 million that were killed in Great Britain or far less than the 1.5 million that were killed in Japan and the industrial base of Japan was depleted and Germany was in tatters, so the entire industrialized world kind of looked to one country as a way to keep the world order afloat.

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Have We Been Overly Worried About the Russians? Robert Wilkie Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 5 months ago

Have We Been Overly Worried About the Russians? Robert Wilkie Explains

"Have we been overly worried about the bear? Well, we have done this traditionally. I mean, we made them out to be ten foot tall. And they're not in the British MOD confirms that. They've been reporting to parliament that Russian tankers are just getting out and walking away. Leaving their vehicles. This is stunning. Actually leaving their vehicles for the Ukrainians to pick up. So what you're describing is the incompetence of the Russian force. The United States Great Britain and France and Canada and Australia. And the Israelis. Practice combined arms operation. You just don't, you just don't train with infantry. You train with artillery, you train with air. And you combine those assets. I mean, an American approach to this would have been to destroy every anti aircraft system. Every airfield. Before the first before the first tank, let's go back to gulf one. So golf one, we had a couple of days of bombing that incapacitated the Iraqi military. And then 99 days. Before the combat troops deployed, we had 90 let's go back in time. I remember I was watching it on CNN. 99 days of utter air supremacy before we rolled the tanks, which meant once they rolled, it was, it was what it was like a two day war. But you know, this is not new for the Russian slash Soviets. I mean, there's a great Eisenhower story. He's engaged in small talk with Marshall zhukov. At the Berlin victory parade, and Eisenhower was trying to get from him, how did you get through those minefields? Minefields that were miles and depths. Yes. So quickly. And zhukov without missing a beat said I sent my infantry in ahead of my

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Comparing the American and British Systems of Government

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:29 min | 5 months ago

Comparing the American and British Systems of Government

"The American system of government is unique in many respects, the founders thought of it as a nervous order, seclorum, a new order for the ages, but while being unique in some respects, it is also continuous to a degree inherited from these system of government in England in Great Britain. But when we look at Great Britain, we see that it has a different form of democracy than we do. We have constitutional democracy. I don't know if you know, but Great Britain does not have a constitution. There's no constitution. We have a so called presidential system of government. And they have a parliamentary system of government. Now, India, in fact, where I grew up also has a parliamentary system, very much modeled on the English system. And one key difference by the way between the English system and the American system is that in the English system, you run for office as a member of a party. And so for example, Margaret Thatcher or Boris Johnson, they're running as the leader of the Tory party. And then you have another guy who's running as the leader of the Labor Party, and whichever party wins, that party's man, a woman becomes the leader, becomes the prime minister. And in that sense, you may say that the prime minister is coming out of the legislative branch because the legislative branch is the party that has been chosen by the people to rule or to legislate to make to make laws. Interestingly, if you are a leader of one party, let's say your Margaret Thatcher and your Tori and you're the leader of the Tory party. And there's a fight within the Tory party and your challenge by other Tory members and the Tories to take a vote and decide we'd rather have a different leader, you're out as prime minister. Now notice that doesn't happen in America. The Democrats in the House or Senate can't get together and say, listen, we no longer want Joe Biden. Let's get rid of him. And Biden's out. No, Biden's not out why, because Biden is independently elected as the president directly by the people, or at least so the story goes. And the point being that when you're elected in America by the people, as the president, you have independent authority, you're not your position is not somehow obligated to your party or to the legislature at all.

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WSJ: How Ukraine Was Betrayed in Budapest

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | 5 months ago

WSJ: How Ukraine Was Betrayed in Budapest

"Looking back on the history here bet you there's a couple times he had congressman mo Brooks on before Sebastian gork on earlier It now appears that telling Ukraine to forfeit their nuclear weapons in 1994 Soviet nuclear weapons that were on Ukrainian soil After the breakup of the Soviet Union was a catastrophic mistake It was a really great piece by The Wall Street Journal editorial board Yesterday if you'd like to look it up it's called how Ukraine was betrayed in Budapest Kyiv gave up its nuclear weapons in return for security assurances So much for that They noticed that people steal themselves for a Russian attack This was written before the Russians attacked obviously It's worth recalling how the U.S. persuaded Ukraine to give up its nuclear weapons The event was the Budapest memorandum of 1994 in which the U.S. Great Britain and Russia offered security assurances to the nation that had won its independence when the Soviet Union dissolved That now it was obviously doesn't appear to be That was obviously a catastrophic mistake I assure you Vladimir Putin would have acted much differently if it was a nuclear powered Ukraine And I get it Many of you are saying oh my gosh then we could be looking at nuclear war We're looking at it now Putin is openly talking about it right now with no deterrent whatsoever Your options are what Let him launch nuclear weapons in an asymmetric manner so that there's no counter strike or no potential for his gurkha pointed out in the opening hour Mutually assured destruction why do you think the Russians haven't launched on us in decades

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"great britain" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:07 min | 6 months ago

"great britain" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Had this faith that the west would stand by them or the United States the signatories and the Great Britain would stand up for Ukraine as it were should it come under threat Although the precise way in which was not really proscribed in the memorandum So let's fast forward from signing the memorandum 1994 20 years to 2014 and the Russian invasion and annexation of Crimea We seem to have a problem here The memorandum was about that Ukraine could not be avoided that it borders would be respected What happened Well what happened was exactly that that Russia just glibly violated it And there's a mechanism of consultations that is provided for in the memorandum Should any issues arise and it was mobilized for the first time in at that point what 20 years On March 4th 2014 So there was a meeting of the signatories of the memorandum that was called by Ukraine It did take place in Paris And foreign minister of the Russian Federation Sergei Lavrov who was in Paris at the time simply did not show up So he wouldn't even come to the meeting in connection with the memorandum And the Russians argued look we signed this but it was a while ago it was a different government Now it's all illegitimate Was that the basis Exactly That was the basic gist that we signed it with a different government but that of course does not stand to any international legal criteria right You don't sign agreements with a government who signed it with a country You are Ukrainian I should note you go back often you just returned from Ukraine I gather What's the conversation today Is there regret in Ukraine that this memorandum was ever signed that they gave up their nuclear weapons They're certainly is a good measure of regret Mary Louise And some of it is poorly informed because of course it would have.

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Competitive Enterprise Institute's John Berlau on George Washington

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:54 min | 6 months ago

Competitive Enterprise Institute's John Berlau on George Washington

"And we're excited today to have John burlock here with competitive enterprise institute to talk about our first president. George Washington. But we're going to do it from a little bit different perspective today. John has a great perspective on this. He's wrote a book called George Washington entrepreneur how our founding fathers, private business pursuits changed America and the world. John, welcome to the Doug Collins podcast. Thanks, dad. Congressman Collins, so good to have so good to be on. Let's go be fun. You know, look, someone's just talked about our founding fathers today. It's amazing to me how people, you know, no matter what their educational background, you know, their throw up the founding fathers is the founding fathers were this, and I believe the founding fathers were that. There's so much mistake and everything about it. I mean, I have a pastoral background. I have a religious degree. I also have a law degree. You know, it's amazing to me how sometimes today we talk about the founding fathers as if they were all pastors. Well, they were not all pastors. You know, they were, you know, they were not all lawyers. They were just a lot of common people. But George Washington, being our first president, being the leader, a lot of myths, a lot of things growing up, a lot of truisms, but also one of the things that I think your book addresses that I want to talk about with you today is he was actually a very bright guy with me. He really was. He wasn't formally educated past the age of 13, but he, because his father died when he was 11, and he was family couldn't afford to send him to college, plus he had to take care of the family. Take care of the farm, but he both learned from people. We always ask questions and he read quite a bit. He read everything from books on agriculture from Great Britain to Adam Smith's wealth of nations, which was the first book to lay out the theories of capitalism as opposed to the mercantilism that were practicing in Great Britain. So he was a very educated, well read guy, despite the lack of formal schooling.

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 Olympics Live: Canada beats US to win men's curling bronze

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Olympics Live: Canada beats US to win men's curling bronze

"American Brittany Bowe claim the first individual medal of her career with a bronze in the women's one thousand meters speedskating event at the Beijing games both secured a spot on the podium by just one tenth of a second with a time just under one minute and fifteen seconds in men's curling team Shuster will play for a bronze medal against Canada after falling eight to four versus Great Britain and the lista Lou was the highest finishing American and women's singles figure skating after placing seventh controversial Russian Camilla Belle gave a missed the podium entirely finishing fourth I'm

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Russia is Pulling Back Some Troops

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Russia is Pulling Back Some Troops

"Russia says some troops withdrawing from Ukraine's border even as other major military exercises continue. Russian president Vladimir Putin signaled the he remains open to a diplomatic solution to the Russia NATO crisis over Ukraine. There is no crisis. There is just Putin. The Great Britain's telegraph confirms Russia Ukraine crisis Kremlin has begun pulling back trips from the Ukrainian border. The Financial Times confirms European stocks rise as Russia says it has pulled back some troops from near Ukraine. Russia is returning troops to their bases after military exercises were completed the defense ministry said on Tuesday, signaling some deescalation of the military build up.

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"great britain" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"great britain" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Years of Great Britain and Australia that allow for greater sharing of defense capabilities called caucus, combining the initials of the nations involved aimed at enhancing security in the Indo Pacific region made up by the Indian and areas of the Pacific oceans and they're connecting waterways. President Biden says the partnership will address the strategic environment now and in the years to come, because the future The beach of our nations. And indeed the world depends on a free and open in the Pacific, Enduring and flourishing in the decades ahead. One of the first caucus initiatives is providing Australia with a fleet of nuclear powered submarines armed not with nuclear weapons, but conventional ones. Gurnal Scott Fox news statements. Chinese Embassy in Washington responded by saying countries should shake off their cold War mentality and ideological prejudice. In testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee Olympic champions, Miles told lawmakers Federal law Enforcement and USA Gymnastics turned a blind eye to allegations of abuse by then team doctor Larry Nassar from her and hundreds of other athletes Masters where he belongs, but those who enabled him deserve to be held accountable. If they are not. I am convinced that this will continue to happen to others across Olympic sports, Bile said. Enough is enough. She and three other elite gymnasts, including Olympians, McKayla, Maroney and Aly Raisman, spoke about the toll. Nassar's abuse took on them. NASA is in federal prison after being sentenced to up to 175 years he still faces state charges. In moments. Face checks is expected to blast billionaire into orbit with two contest winners in a health care worker who survived childhood cancer is the first charter passenger fight for Elon Musk Private space company. America is listening to.

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"great britain" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"great britain" Discussed on Harvard Classics

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"great britain" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"great britain" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Treaty with great britain. Seventeen eighty three less than five months. After the surrender of cornwallis the british parliament pasternak to enable the king to make peace till july seventeen eighty three in the end of november. Seventeen eighty to a provisional treaty was signed. The negotiations on behalf of congress having been conducted by benjamin franklin. John adams john jay and henry lawrence on september third. Seventeen eighty three. This treaty was made definitive in the form here. Printed and the complete independence of the american states acknowledged by great britain definitive treaty of peace between the united states of america and his britannic majesty concluded at paris september third seventeen eighty three ratified by congress. January fourteenth seventeen eighty four proclaimed january fourteenth. Seventeen eighty four in the name of the most holy and undivided trinity. It having pleased the divine providence to dispose the hearts of the most serene and most potent prince george the third by the grace of god king of great britain france and ireland defender of the faith. Duke of brunswick and lunenburg arch treasurer and prince elector of the holy roman empire and see and if the united states of america to forget all past misunderstandings and differences. That have unhappily interrupted the good correspondents in friendship which they mutually wished to restore and to establish such beneficial in satisfactory intercourse between the two countries upon the ground of reciprocal advantages and mutual convenience as me promote insecure to both perpetual peace and harmony. And having for this desirable end already laid the foundation of peace and reconciliation by the provisional articles signed at paris on the thirtieth of november. Seventeen eighty two by the commissioners empowered on each part which articles were agreed to be inserted into constitute the treaty of peace proposed to be concluded between the crown of great britain and the united states but which treaty was not to be concluded until terms of peace should be agreed upon between great britain and france and his britannic majesty should be ready to conclude such treaty accordingly and the treaty between great britain and france having since been concluded his britannic majesty in the united states of america in order to carry into full effect the provisional articles above mentioned according to the tenor thereof have constituted and appointed. That is to say his britannic majesty on his part david hartley s kurt member of the parliament of great britain and the united states on their part john adams esker blade a commissioner of the united states of america at the court of cy bleat delegate in congress from the state of massachusetts and chief justice of the said state and minister plenipotentiary of the said united states to their high minuses..

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"great britain" Discussed on The Ski Podcast

The Ski Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"great britain" Discussed on The Ski Podcast

"From from different countries makes really special so we are looking forward to it and we hope that we can comeback in stronger. Hey hey david Clearly loved it for sure and just to clarify. It's actually a marathon distance isn't it so forty two kilometers but you have on cross country on cross country gateways and it takes place A next year it looks takes place in the middle of march thirteenth. The march any wants to drop into their calendar. They thanks so much for the insight into summer. It's an angered in marianna. Now i'd like to turn to my other guests there. James gamble who is a new general manager at ski cova. great britain. hi james. How're you very well. Thank you yeah. I'm good thank you very much Listeners might be able to the edit. We had a little problem with academic sound and connection earlier. You had the entire power and you house cuts off but we soon that out now so interesting in later and i'm delighted to welcome you back on the show. A regular snus will recognize james from several conversations. We've had previously about lists dex the trade networking show for this nice sports industry. But you've now moved on and joined the ski club grape as general manager. Congratulations on the new row. When did he start. I just think. I think this is the end awake. Five six over okay. A lot a lot to tyco and i. I think it might be useful for our listeners. If you could we could start off with a bit of background. Could you give us a a brief history of your experience in this industry. I'll tell you. I mean engaging you take i guess. He's i started asking. I'm brian universities trips and then solar job running working for fresh tracks gave up holiday program. Back in ninety seven gives show my h did that for season at had a great time and they did this week. Rex course and then spent the whole of the ninety eight ninety nine season as Upright in meribel which if anyone remembers that fell that was an incredible season. You could skied ounce lebanon for the whole season satellite italianate. Well had a great time at then. Goodness then will then a for coming up on world setting trips from sidney down to the savvy. Mountains came back to the uk. What's normal Stole trains big fits of seven rock and fitted some celebrity roy williams and gripe Still remember at then started the first three rows with keywords at southern italy great manager and then running north american program and then running scheme with special which was a program for military grapes. students Thing then i looked travel plans gay in the uk. Which was the biggest Skates rope writer and we started the business together in the two thousand seven hundred. Seventy thousand eight Down with the financial crisis Strontium company had to retreat. So we pull the plug on that business. And then launched expedient marketing which was a marketing representation company..

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"great britain" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"great britain" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Eight the several boards of two commissioners mentioned in the four preceding articles shall respectively have power to appoint a secretary and to employ such surveyors or other persons as they shall judge necessary duplicates of all their respective reports declarations statements and decisions and of their accounts and of the journal of their proceedings shall be delivered by them to the agents of his britannic majesty and to the agents of the united states who may be respectively appointed an authorized to manage the business on behalf of their respective governments the said commissioners shelby respectively paid in such manner as shall be agreed between the two contracting parties such agreement being to be settled at the time of the exchange of the ratification of this treaty and all other expenses attending the said commissions. She'll be defrayed equally by the two parties and in the case of death sickness resignation or necessary absence. The place of every such commissioner respectively shall be supplied in the same manner as such commissioner was first appointed and the new commissioner shall take the same oath or affirmation and do the same duties it is further agreed between the two contracting parties. That in case any of the islands mentioned in any of the preceding articles which were in the possession of one of the parties prior to the commencement of the present war between the two countries should by the decision of any of the boards of commissioners aforesaid or of the sovereign or state so referred to as in the four next preceding articles contained fall within the dominions of the other party all grants of land made previous to the commencement of the war by the party having had such possession shelby as valid as if such island or islands had by such decision or decisions. Been a judge to be within the dominions of the party. Having such possession article nine the united states of america engaged to put an end immediately after the ratification of the present treaty to hostilities with all the tribes or nations of indians with whom they may be at war at the time of such ratification and forthwith to restore to such tribes or nations respectively. All the possessions rights and privileges which they may have enjoyed or been entitled to in one thousand eight hundred eleven previous to such hostilities provided always that such tribes or nations shall agree to desist from all hostilities against the united states of america. Their citizens and subjects upon the ratification of the present treaty. Being notified to such tribes or nations and shell so desist accordingly and his britannic majesty engages on his part to put an end immediately after the ratification of the present treaty to hostilities with all the tribes or nations of indians with whom he may be at war at the time of such ratification and forthwith to restore to such tribes or nations respectively all the possessions rights and privileges which they may have enjoyed or been entitled to in one thousand eight hundred and eleven previous to such hostilities provided always that such tribes or nations shall agree to desist from all hostilities against his britannic majesty and his subjects upon ratification of the present treaty being notified to such tribes or nations and shell so desist accordingly article hen whereas the traffic in slaves is irreconcilable with the principles of humanity and justice and whereas both his majesty and the united states are desirous of continuing their efforts to promote its entire abolition. It is hereby agreed that both the contracting parties shall use their best endeavours to accomplish so desirable..

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"great britain" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"great britain" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"The river iroquois or qatar. Quick to the lake superior was declared to be along the middle of said river into lake ontario through the middle of saidlake until it strikes the communication by water between that lake lake erie thence along the middle of said communication into lake erie through the middle of saidlake until it arrives at the water communication into lake. Huron thence through the middle of saidlake to the water communication between that lake and lake superior and whereas doubts have arisen. What was the middle of the said river lakes and water communications and whether certain islands lying in the same or within the dominions of his britannic majesty or of the united states in order therefore finally to decide these doubts they shall be referred to two commissioners to be appointed sworn and authorized to act exactly in the manner directed with respect to those mentioned in the next preceding article unless otherwise specified in this present article the said commissioners shall meet in the first instance at albany in the state of new york and shall have power to adjourn to such other place or places as they shall think fit. The said commissioners shall by report or declaration under their hands and seals designate the boundary through the said river lakes and water communications and decide to which of the two contracting parties the several islands lying within the said rivers lakes and water communications due respectively belong in conformity with the true intent of the said treaty of one thousand seven hundred and eighty three and both parties agreed to consider such designation and decision as final and conclusive and in the event of the said to commissioners differing or both or either of them refusing declining or willfully omitting to act such reports declarations or statements shall be made by them or either of them and such reference to a friendly sovereign or shall be made in all respects as in the latter part of the fourth article is contained in his full. A manner as if the same was here. In repeated article seven it is further agreed that the said to last mentioned commissioners after they shall have executed the duties assigned to them in the preceding article shall be and they are hereby authorized upon their oaths impartially to fix and determine according to the true intent of the said treaty of peace of one thousand seven hundred eighty three that part of the boundary between the dominions of the two powers which extends from the water communication between lake huron and lake superior to the most northwestern point of the lake of the woods to decide to which of the two parties. The several islands lying in the lake's water. Communications and rivers forming the said boundary due respectively belong in conformity with the true intent of the said treaty of peace of one thousand seven hundred and eighty three and two cuss such parts of the said boundary as required to be surveyed and marked the said commissioners shell by report or declaration under their hands and seals designate the boundary of four said state their decision on the points thus referred to them and particularize the latitude and longitude of the most point of the lake of the woods and of such other parts of the said boundary as they may deem proper and both parties agreed to consider such designation and decision as final and conclusive and in the event of the said to commissioners differing or both or either of them refusing declining or willfully omitting to act such reports declarations or statements. Shelby be made by them or either of them and such reference to a friendly sovereign or state shall be made in all respects is in the latter part of the fourth article is contained and in his full a manner as if the same was here repeated.

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"great britain" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"great britain" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"The treaty with great britain eighteen fourteen. This treaty brought to a close the war of eighteen. Twelve treaty of peace and amity between his britannic majesty and the united states of america concluded again december twenty fourth eighteen fourteen ratification advised by senate february sixteenth. Eighteen fifteen by president february seventeenth. Eighteen fifteen ratifications exchanged at washington february seventeenth. Eighteenth fifteen proclaimed february eighteenth. Eighteen fifteen his britannic majesty and the united states of america desirous of terminating the war which has unhappily subsisted between the two countries and of restoring upon principles of perfect. Reciprocity peace friendship and good understanding between them have for that purpose appointed their respective plenipotentiaries. That is to say his britannic majesty on his part has appointed the right honorable. James lord gambier late admiral of the white now. Admiral of the red squadron of his majesty's fleet henry goulburn esquire a member of the imperial parliament and under secretary of state. And william adams esquire doctor of civil laws and the president of the united states by and with the advice and consent of the senate thereof has appointed. John quincy adams. James a bayard henry clay jonathan russell and albert gallatin citizens of the united states who after a reciprocal communication of their respective full powers have agreed upon the following articles article. One there shall be a firm and universal peace between his britannic majesty and the united states and between their respective countries territories cities towns and people of every degree without exception of places or persons all hostilities. Both by sea and land shall cease as soon as this treaty shall have been ratified by both parties as hereinafter mentioned all territory places and possessions whatsoever taken by either party from the other during the war or which may be taken after the signing of this treaty accepting only the islands hereinafter mentioned shelby restored without delay and without causing any destruction or carrying away any of the artillery or other public property originally captured in the set forth or places and which shall remain there in upon the exchange of the ratification of this treaty or any slaves or other.

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"great britain" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"great britain" Discussed on KOMO

"If we can't keep inadequate supply of oxygen patients are going to die way have plenty of ventilators that if I run out of oxygen ventilators are worthless. Anyway. In just a matter of days, Los Angeles County alone is expected to surpass 10,000 deaths related to go back now. 18 state health officials outlining plans to ration hospital care if the surge worsens. Nationwide. Distribution of the vaccine brings hope and end is in sight. Vice President elect Kamila Harris received her first dose yesterday. Even so, President elect Joe Biden is warning that holiday travel may delay the country's improvement. So we have to anticipate that the infections over the holidays will produce Soren cases counts in January. I'm sorry Death tolls in the February There is some good news about vaccines in Great Britain and you hope just before the end of a very difficult year. Britain has now authorized the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine. It doesn't need to be kept it super low temperatures like the fires of vaccines. The hope is it could be rolled out very, very quickly, and there's been a change to vaccine strategy here. This is important. Britain will now vaccinate as many people as possible with the first shot. Allow up to three months to pass before the second is administered. Health Services want to get some level of protection for millions of people as soon as they possibly can. But all this, of course, is Britain is in the mist off a major coronavirus surge reporting more than 53,000 cases Tuesday alone. That was a new record Despite vaccine rollout. There's extreme concern here over what officials are calling. An unprecedented level of infection. That's possibly down that new mutation, which is so much more infectious. The new surge essentially counseled Christmas and with more restrictions ahead, people are saying Must stay home for the new year. If this country is to avoid a catastrophe that CBC's James Long men come on news time a 20.

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"great britain" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"great britain" Discussed on WJR 760

"This $164 billion to the total cost that package money. We don't have money that we're borrowing from our kids future. They were both on Fox and friends. 3725 more American coronavirus deaths were reported yesterday, the most of any day during the pandemic. Louisiana Republican Congressman elect Luke let Lowe died. He was 41 years old. A new Corona virus vaccine is approved in Great Britain. Department of Health officials in Britain have approved the authorization of a new Corona virus vaccine made by AstraZeneca and Oxford University. They've purchased 100 million doses. The rollout starts on Monday and marks a new strategy and ramping up vaccinations. The Wall Street Journal reports that the drugs to dose regimen is flexible in terms of when the second dose should be given, which would help stretch vaccine supply, helping more people get a first shot sooner. The Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine is cheaper and can be kept in refrigerators rather than the ultra cold storage. Some other vaccines require. Hundreds of thousands of people in the UK have already received the Fizer vaccine. Fox is time to keep ours. Americans listening to Fox News. From the Bucks, News Podcasts Network download and listen to everyone. Talk still is my guest today quit after the 10th of the business he had started, he would have missed out on becoming Silicon Alley's first billionaire. What kept him going? I'm going to ask John or injury Right now. Each failure, he learns it took a lot of learning to get success. The interesting part. I didn't think sure stock was actually going to be the one that works. Subscribe.

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"great britain" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:04 min | 1 year ago

"great britain" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"But I've no doubt that this country can get ready on Daz. I say come out on world trade terms. Well, island has never made any pretends that it could cope easily, with Britain, leaving the European Union without a trade deal. UK is Unarguably, one of Ireland's biggest trading partners. It's also being one of its closest political allies. So how apprehensive is the government in Dublin? Faced with Boris Johnson's announcement that a no deal Brexit could well be on the cards. Thomas Byrne is the Irish minister for European affairs, and he spoke to me from Brussels. Just before we came on air well, we certainly welcome the fact that talks are proceeding at the moment. We believe that the deal is not just in Ireland's interest, but it's very much in Britain's interest and indeed in the interest whether European Union and our negotiators are in good faith Trying to put together a not just a trade deal, but a future relationship agreement between the U. S and Great Britain and we really believe that now is the time that everybody can be a winner, and that shouldn't be a game off one winner and one loser. We we all win if visited, and undoubtedly we all lose if there's no deal, But when Boris Johnson says there's a strong possibility of no deal, do you take him at his word? What I do, because we have a very difficult position the negotiations at the moment and that the issues are difficult and difficult to resolve. So there's no doubt about that. But I am confident, though. When people on both sides look about the consequence of no deal would be and that they would say life if you're Britain. I don't think you want the British economy to suffer unnecessarily next year. I think it would be the economic disaster for Britain. And certainly this is him in the European side. We're going to make sure that not only can we avoid that, but that we have, as has been described the negotiations, a level playing field going forward. United Kingdom is island third biggest export partner. I believe after the U. S and Belgium just spell it out. How damaging would no deal be for Ireland? Well, I suppose. In reality, a huge amount of agricultural product goes to great Britain on If there were tariffs and agricultural products, I think that would have a pretty devastating effect on our agricultural sector. But as well aside, it would have a devastating effect on British agriculture, too, because they export a huge amount of sheep, miss They also despite the debates were fishing and export a huge mental, their fish as well, eh, So those particular industries would be harmed very much in Britain, too. So as I said that we either talk and work out a way forward and we all win. Are. We finished the talks which I'm cause it's not happening on way lose if that happened, so so I think that incentive is there. I think for everybody to proceed with this as we speak. What is island doing to mitigate the impact of a no deal? Well, we put together a budget is a number of weeks ago, which was based on a no deal scenario. So we're already planning for that in our physical endeavors next year. We've been preparing really hard in terms of our sectors over the last few weeks and months to get him ready for deal or no deal because a huge amount of changes are calling anyway. As a result of Britain's decision not only to leave the European Union but to leave the single market. So we're trying to get our business is prepared for the customs checks and the added bureaucracy that that tails and does it cost to bash. One of our difficulties is we're not certain what the extent of preparation is. In Britain on We see that there may be potential traffic today's but not only that our British companies prepared not just for no deal, but for a deal which was still involve bureaucracy, customs checks, registrations and all of that, and we're concerned that may delay and cause problems for traders. Do you think there's an extent to which islands interests are being sacrificed by the EU here in order to protect the single market? Well, I can tell you straightaway that Ireland's economic interests are very much the line with the single market. That's how we attract industry and to our country and foreign investment. Your country it's how are innovators in Ireland feel that they have confidence out of the innovative develop products that are marketed to consult them to where we have standards set, so we're very much off the view that the single market is essential for us. The European Union has been very much with his youth at the position of Ireland was one of the obviously one of the worst affected countries and very much so when Michel Barnier and Horse of under Lights speak, and they also mention the position of Arnor That was Thomas Byrne, whose islands minister for European affairs. Now. Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and Indonesia are all customers buying Chinese corona virus vaccines and as the global race to stem the spread of the disease continues. China is moving fast to supply the world with affordable vaccines that fulfill all efficacy, safety and quality requirements. But the vaccines a yet to finish their late stage trials. Exactly Do we know about them? Apart from the fact that the Chinese state has brought state military and private sectors together in order to create them. John Cohen is a senior correspondent with Science magazine based in San Diego in the U. S. He's been researching China's vaccine efforts and he joins me welcome. John. China was actually the first wasn't it to begin clinical trials? Yeah, I think people overlook the fact that China that China started first. Even vaccinated people prior to starting clinical trials in late February, and there are five candidates of vaccine currently undergoing trials. Well. There are three that have whether four made by three companies that have reached the stage of efficacy trials, their arm or in the queue. The three that have advanced three companies that have advanced the furthest are can sign of State owned China National biotech Group and Sino Back on Is it a statement of political confidence in China or medical confidence that So many countries are lining up to use the vaccines. In fact, they've already had some of them delivered. Haven't they? Brazil, Mexico, Indonesia among them? Yeah, they're 14 countries that were involved in efficacy trials and you have to keep in mind that China stopped. It's epidemic. And they had to go abroad to do efficacy trials. They didn't have enough transmission within the country to test their vaccines. Metal So they cut deals around the world, in part because they had to. They couldn't figure out whether they're vaccines were safe and effective within China. And might these Chinese vaccines proved to be the world dominating ones when when vaccinators really get into their stride? Well, there's certainly capable of providing a lot of vaccine to the world. I don't know that any vaccine is going to dominate the end. My sense of this is this virus isn't that difficult to stop with the vaccine most everything thrown at it has worked. And it's going to be a question of how well they work how safe they are, and then how easy they are to transport how what they cost what side effects they have. I think there's going to be a very mixed market at the end of the day. And what are indications of the moment to answer all those questions, particularly efficacy? So China has yet to really report efficacy data we have had, you know, Efficacy data reported from Fizer, Bio and Tech. We've had data from Moderna. We've had the gun millions to Russia. We've had AstraZeneca Oxford report Efficacy data, The only report of efficacy data we have in China was from the United Arab Emirates. Their Ministry of Health put out a press release two days ago. It was really pretty thin. Didn't say all that much. And the company itself. It's C N B G hasn't confirmed things and they haven't been answering. Press enquiries. The New York Times reported that they hung up on their reporter and they're not answering my enquiries. So a lot of this it requires transparency and we've been struggling with each of these companies. I think to really be as transparent as possible. Many thanks. John Cohen, senior correspondent with Science magazine in the U. S. How the Cuban government is in open conflict with the island's independent artists, following a recent protest outside the Culture Ministry in solidarity with a group of dissident artists on hunger strike Known as the Sandy Cedrone movement. The Communist run government initially agreed to hold talks, but the authorities say the artists are now mercenaries paid by the United States on they've backtracked on any further dialogue are Cuba correspondent Will grant reports. In a country where spontaneous demonstrations of rare a recent show of defiance outside the culture Ministry was unique in late November around 300 people, mainly Cuban artists, writers and filmmakers. Gathered outside the ministry building to demand an audience with the authorities. In an event largely organized online. They sat in the street well into the night lit up only by the lights of their mobile phones. Called for an end to the use of repression on.

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"great britain" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:37 min | 2 years ago

"great britain" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Was most often dear to authoritative was written by one Blackstone in Great Britain and here is what he says about this in the version that was available to the framers of crime or misdemeanor is an act committed or omitted in violation of a public law either for building a commanding at the general definition copper hands both crimes and misdemeanors which properly speaking are mere synonymous terms near synonymous terms he then went on though and common usage the word crimes is made to denote such offenses are of a deeper and more or traces die while small Fulton missions of less consequence are comprised of the gentler name of Mr made is only interesting will you go he pointed out that misdemeanours were not always so gentle there was a category called capital misdemeanors where if you stole somebody's pig or other foul you could be sense that but it's only for a misdemeanor don't worry it's not for a felony but there were misdemeanors that were capital in nature moreover Blackstone wrote the parliamentary impeachment quote is a prosecution prosecution of already known and established law presented to the most high and Supreme Court of criminal jurisdiction analogous to this great court he observed that a commoner can be impeached but only for high misdemeanors appear may be impeached for any crime any crime this certainly suggests that Blackstone deemed high misdemeanors to be a species of crime Hamilton is a little less clear in this issue and not surprisingly because he was writing in federalist number sixty five he was writing not to define what the criteria for impeachment work he was writing primarily in defense of the constitution is written and less to define its provisions but he certainly cannot be cited in favor of criteria such as abuse of power obstruction of Congress nor of impeachment voted along party lines he warned that the greatest danger these were his words the greatest danger is that the decision will be regulated more by the comparative strength the party's been by the real demonstrations of innocence or guilt in a douche in addition to using the criminal terms innocence or guilt Hamilton also referred to quote prosecution and sentence the side of the constitutional provisions that states that the party convicted shall nevertheless be liable and subject to a criminal trial as a reason for not having the president tried before the Supreme Court he feared a double prosecution variation of double jeopardy before the same judiciary these points all sound in criminal terms but advocates of a broad open ended non criminal interpretation of high crimes and misdemeanors insist that Hamilton is on their side and they cite the following words regarding the court of impeachment I think I've heard these words quoted more than any other words in support of a broad view of impeachment and there miss understood here's what he said when describing the court of impeachment he said the subjects of its jurisdiction those report were is the subject of its jurisdiction by which he meant treason bribery and other high crimes and misdemeanors the subjects of history section are those offenses which proceed from the misconduct of public men or another words from the abuse or violation of some public trust they are of a nature which may with peculiar propriety be denominated political as they relate chiefly to injuries done immediately to society itself those are Hamilton's words they're often misunderstood is suggesting that the criteria authorizing impeachment include the misconduct of public men or the abuse or violation of some public trust that is a mis reading these words were used to characterize the constitutional criteria that are the subject of the jurisdiction of the court of impeachment namely treason bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors those specify crimes are political in nature they are the crimes that involve misconduct of public men and the abuse of violation of some public trust Hamilton was not expanding the specified criteria to include as independent grounds for impeachment misconduct abuse or violation if anything he was contracting them to require in addition to proof of the specified crimes also proof that the crime must be of a political nature this would exclude president Clinton's private non political crime in fact and this is interesting Hamilton's view was cited by Clinton's advocates as contracting not expanding the meaning of high crimes today some of these same advocates you look at the same words and cite them as expanding its meaning Clinton was accused of a crime perjury and so the issue in this case was not whether the constitution required a crime for impeachment instead the issue is whether Clinton's alleged crime could be classified as a high crime in light of its personal nature during the Clinton impeachment I stated in an interview that I did not think that a technical crime was required but then I did think that abusing trust could be considered I said that at that time I had not done the extensive research on that issue because it was a relevant to the Clinton case and I was not fully aware of the compelling counter arguments so I simply accepted the academic consensus on an issue that was not on the front burner at the time but because this impeachment directly raises the issue of whether criminal behavior is required I have gone back and read all the relevant historical material as nonpartisan academics should always do and have now concluded that the framers did intend to limit the criteria for impeachment to criminal tie backs akin to treason bribery and they certainly did not intend to extend it to vague open ended and non criminal accusations such as abuse of power and obstruction of Congress I publish this academic conclusion well before I was asked to present the arguments to the Senate in this case might switch in attitude purely academic purely nonpartisan nor my the only participate in this proceeding was changed as mine several members of Congress several senators expressed different views regarding the criteria for impeachment when the subject was president Clinton than they do now when the president was Clinton my colleague and friend professor Laurence tribe whose advising speaker Pelosi now wrote that a sitting president could not be charged with a crime now which changed his mind that's what academics do and should do based on new information if there are reasonable doubts about the intended meaning of high crimes and misdemeanors senators might consider resolving these doubts my reference to a legal concept known as Lenin lady goes back to hundreds of years before the founding of our country and was concept in Great Britain relied upon by many of our own justices and judges over the years it was well known to the legal members of the founding generation it required that a construing a criminal statute that is capable of more than one reasonable interpretation the interpretation that favors the defendant should be selected in less it conflicts with the intent of the statute it has been applied by Chief Justice Marshall justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Frankfurter Felix Frankfurter justice Antonin Scalia and others now trying that rule to the interpretation of high crimes and misdemeanors would require that these words be construed narrowly to require criminal like conduct akin to treason and bribery rather than broadly to encompass abuse of power and obstruction of Congress in other words if senators are in doubt about the meaning of high crimes and misdemeanors the role of laity should incline them toward accepting a narrower rather than a broad interpretation view that rejects abuse of power and obstruction of Congress as within the constitutional criteria no even if the rules when it is not technically applicables to impeachment that's a question certainly the policies underlying that rule are worthy and deserving of consideration as guides to constitutional interpretation now here in making I think a very important point even if the Senate were to conclude that a technical crime is not required for impeachment the critical question remains and the question I now want to address myself to do abuse of power and obstruction of Congress constitute impeachable offenses the relevant history answers that question clearly in the negative each of these charges suffers from the vice of being quote so vague a term that they will be equivalent of tenure at the pleasure of the Senate to quote again the father of.

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"great britain" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"great britain" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Eight a publicly sponsored charter company in Great Britain in the eighteen hundreds that was mercantilism if you the Dutch east Indies company are you were basically a private company has been given a monopoly by the government and that's a monopoly it in the monopoly of Amazon is just really good it's business and lowering costs for consumers this is why I've always been a fan of the Robert Bork writings on anti trust he wrote of it that's very famous book called the antitrust paradox long before his nominated for the Supreme Court in which he suggested that anti trust ought to be based on consumer I'm consumer benefits not based on market share in other words if a company runs ninety nine percent of the market but the reason that it does that is because it's crowding out less our competitors in providing customers with what they need that a monopoly that's just the company being that what it does that's a that's a natural monopoly as opposed to a government sponsored monopoly as opposed to all the democratic plans which is a bunch of bureaucrats running G. items on the American agenda and then suggesting that is the best when there is no competition basically allowed Hey just a second we'll get to more of your questions in the mailbag but first okay folks in case you're wondering just because Black Friday is over doesn't mean we are done getting out those great deals in this case I think it's particularly good deal but Hey I'm biased I also like signing autographs so here's the deal today when you use the promo code D. W. books when subscribing to a new accessed your daily wear dot com we are throwing into incredible bestselling books signed by the authors themselves yeah I'm actually giving away a signed copy of my latest book the right side of history which jumped to the top of the York Times bestseller list actually overtook Michelle Obama I think this book is particularly important to the foundation and future of our country I'd love for you to have it all you have to do is use the promo code D. W. books were also given way signed copies of Michael's completely blank book if you can call it book reasons to vote for Democrats which may have been endorsed by president trump as what a great book for your reading enjoyment but it's certainly not better or more insightful than my book considering that it has no words in it either way it's also a best seller and as.

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"great britain" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"great britain" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Sponsored charter company in Great Britain in the eighteen hundreds those mercantilism if you the Dutch east Indies company are you were basically a private company has been given a monopoly by the government and that's a monopoly in a monopoly of Amazon is just really good it's business and lowering costs for consumers this is why I've always been a fan of the Robert Bork writings on anti trust he wrote of it that's very famous book called the antitrust paradox long before his nominated for the Supreme Court in which he suggested that anti trust ought to be based on consumer I'm consumer benefits not based on market share in other words if a company runs ninety nine percent of the market but the reason that it does that is because it's crowding out less our competitors in providing customers with what they need anyone appellee that's just the company being that what it does that's that's a natural monopoly as opposed to a government sponsored monopoly as opposed to all the democratic plans which is a bunch of bureaucrats running G. items on the American agenda and then suggesting that is the best when there is no competition basically out in just a second we'll get some more of your questions in the mailbag but first let's talk about the fact that the Democrats are seeking to have government take over nearly every area of American life I mean they they're having them Bernie Sanders came out the other day and says the basically he wants to run Major League Baseball which I can't just the worst idea ever as a crew suggested Bernie would probably redistribute the fast ball of Justin Verlander to jump ball pitchers because afterall some people for a faster than others and that that's unfair so how socialistic are these candidates if you're wondering about the differentiation check it out freedom.

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"great britain" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"great britain" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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"great britain" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"great britain" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Cocaine dealers in Great Britain getting environment. Reuseable containers coke. Your last story of a surprising attempt to make the world. A better place comes from Mojo Raka, Maryland hill is a flight attendant. She lives in Cincinnati, Ohio and she works for sun country airlines and on sang country airlines. They serve bananas. A and Maryland really hates touching banana peels. And so she wears gloves. So that she doesn't have to touch them. But sun country has a small budget for gloves. And so sometimes she ended up having to handle the slimy banana peels and she gets upset because they're also a huge environmental hazard, just banana, peels everywhere. And so she was so frustrated she started making a Bloody Mary on the plane, and she cut her hand, she was very upset about it. And then she she just impulsively Chuck one of the banana peels and wrapped it around her hand and magically like healed the wound in her hand. And what's more? More. She was a flight attendant on the flight there regular flight from Cincinnati to Macau, and when she got to Macau, she usually has a jet lag. But she found that potassium from the banana peel filtered into her system, and she no longer had jetlag. So she discovered these amazing medical properties of banana peels in. So she sold it to Merck. This this Merck paid her dogs, huge amounts of money and with that money. She has now opted the budget for some countries gloves. So no flight attendant ever needs to touch and appeal again..

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"great britain" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:49 min | 3 years ago

"great britain" Discussed on WJR 760

"Great Britain the town of Brighton where they will be putting feminine hygiene products in the boys room for biological girls that identify as boys so they can be using the boy's bathroom, but they will still have the needs of these products because they have not gone through the transition surgery, or whatever you wanna call it. Some say it's absolutely insanity for teachers to tell pupils and descend this confusing. Kind of his statement into Wade into as it's confusing. An issue is transgender norms. And that this is just going to be too confusing for children. Put the products in there for the kids that need them. We'll know what to do with them. But you don't have to indoctrinate the the regular boys. The boys have periods. It just sends a message this too confusing. Wondering what you think about this one eight seven seven forty four Mitch one eight seven seven forty four. Mitch Kahle is calling in from New York with some thoughts on this whole gale. Have we got her there? Hello there. We've got you. Thank you. Sorry. We had a little problem with the system. Hi, Michio running down low on that. I may get cut off anyway. But I think this is absolutely nuts. You're saying this is an England. Yeah. In the town of Brighton. And this is, you know, then they're telling the physicians the pediatric people in Great Britain or saying that children should be taught about LGBT issues, and that may be fine. But when you save Boyd's can have periods to isn't that just going to not only freak out some biologically. Some biological boys. But also just confuse the issue for all. Well, you know, whatever they want they're making they're making their world up. It's like a make believe world, you know, anything. They want goes. There's no rules today. What I call. This is like a fringe freak. And I are there any more important matters in running the country what percentage of the population. Does this group represent? In England and in the United States, it's a fraction of one percent. But in having some extended conversations with people that are transgender, I wouldn't call them freaks. I think they've they are people that have a something that has been medically shown is is a condition that they believe that they are the wrong gender. So I'm not going to denigrate them, and this, and I think that there should be an attempt to include and and make people aware and sensitive to their issues, but to somehow send a confusing health message to to deviate from the standard text of of for the majority of kids just seems kind of wackadoo till thanks for your call. Let's go to Pat who's in Richmond this afternoon. Hello, pat. Data. Are you there? Absolutely. Okay. Well, you're on you're on the Mitch Albom show with guy, Gordon how you doing? Hey, not bad guy. I was just wondering like this place in Brighton. UK? Fifty minutes, a psychological disorder. They hater to the the psychological disorder instead of. Confused issue with that type of treatment made if someone had an eating disorder. Oh, let's turn as much food and. Because they. Obvious person is to the point where they're afraid continue to eat, that's a psychological disorder. Well, someone who was born a boy or girl continues to thank. Opposite sex. Or regard a psychological disorder. Treated in any other farm seems to be really confusing for society in general. Yeah. I I gotta tell you. I don't wanna wait in the with the whole thing about whether or not it's a psychological disorder because there's plenty of debate upon that. But what they're trying to do is to accommodate these kids. And that that in of itself is is fine. And they apparently have gotten over the problem of of having these biological girls. Using the boy's room there beyond that and wanting to provide these products is fine, but do you alter standard sex education texts to send this message? It is certainly a political agenda for the transgender rights group. But are you really helping push the ball forward when you're just confusing children. I think is the question, Pat, thanks for your call. Let's go to Brian who's out in Iowa and calling in will assume that you're listening on an iheartradio or something like that. Brian welcome to the show. Oh, you have you with us. I'm doing great. Good. Underway in on this whole issue. Now, we're talking about the anatomically what body parts you have. Why is it wrong to say you have girl parts, you should use the girls restroom? They're set up for the parts you have. You could say that. And and the trend in a transgender person would say I may have those parts, but that is not who I am. And you can call that a middle illicit you want to and I've talked to these people. They don't seem. Over the edge. They will tell you that they dented with and they see themselves as a different gender than what they are with their biological parts would tell them. So if I mean. Is it a huge firm for them to be able to access these products in the boys room in your mind? No, that's not the point the point is whether they think they're girl, and they're actually a guy or not there's still a guy. And I just don't see. The only reason I can see that they would want to use the, you know, if you're a girl identifying you think your guy, that's. LA reason I can think of that they would want to use the men's restroom is just got to be something in their head. Or they wanna prove a point or something like that. I think a lot of people have difficulty understanding, the whole gender identity issue, and and separating it from sex. We tend not we we tend to be very rigidly defined in terms of what a gender is in general dentistry challenges that and they would tell you that gender identity is important to them. And that's how they see themselves. Thank you for your call. We've got to take a short break. We'll be this is the Savage Nation..

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