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Daddy Spears Denied in Britney Spears' Court Case

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:41 min | Last month

Daddy Spears Denied in Britney Spears' Court Case

"I've been on top of the Britney Spears conservatorship story for two years. I have a source on the inside who tells me everything. So my folks on the Patreon show have heard this, you guys are the free show we're going to hear this and I hope that will maybe motivate some of you to go to Patreon dot com slash fame is a bitch and pay the 5 bucks, which is less than a gallon of guests and listen to me 5 days a week, break big stories and get even more personal than I do now in the free show. But my source said, yes, they in court was absolutely crazy with Britney Spears. Attorney and her father's attorney. Her lawyer, Rosenberg, and her father's lawyer, wine garden, went head to head. It was very vicious. Wine gone when arguing that the courts of circus and Jamie spears or father is effectively being sent to the gallows. And judge penny who sat through all this was furious with those statements. Wine garden demanded that if Jaime is to be deposed, it must be in Louisiana in 30 days and kept secret to prevent a media circus. He also demanded Britney to be deposed for Iraqis against her father. Everything wine garden requested was denied. It's now been ordered that daddy spears must sit for deposition August 12th in LA. And he's requested to pose Britney was denied because she's not making the allegations that the FBI agents who are making the allegations specifically regarding the bugging of her personal devices and her

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America Shouldn't Get Involved With Russia Ukraine Conflict

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

America Shouldn't Get Involved With Russia Ukraine Conflict

"Leadership and I retired in the United States Army colonel leadership is about making choices and setting priorities. And not territorial integrity, very important. I think in desert storm, the invasion of Kuwait was it was in America's interest to throw the Iraqis out of Kuwait. I was part of 7 corps that did that. I was a small and unimportant part of 7 corps where I watched trucks, but I was there nonetheless. On the other hand, here in Ukraine, yes, the Russians have taken Ukrainian territory, I still don't think it's important enough for Americans to intervene.

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Donaldson lifts Yankees to opening win over Red Sox in 11th

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Donaldson lifts Yankees to opening win over Red Sox in 11th

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Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

04:24 min | 4 months ago

Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan

"You mentioned this story, the prison uprising, Mike spann, a former marine CIA paramilitary. For those who know nothing, give us the story of that incredible event and what that man did. Yeah. It is incredible. And so November 25th, 2001. Two CIA officers walk into this fort called calla jangi, which means literally like fort of war outside mazar I Sharif. Now, backing up a little bit mazarin Sharif had fallen to northern alliance forces, aided by our allies. Our allies aided by the CIA green berets and air force combat controllers and the awesome might have U.S. air power overhead on November 10th. Now, less than a month earlier, Mike spann had been one of 8 CIA officers who landed in the Darius souf valley, aboard two Black Hawk helicopters that had flown in from Kashi Khan about K two, a former Soviet air base that Uzbekistan government had given over to the Americans for this post 9 11 mission. So October 17th, 2001, they land at dropped into the unknown. First Americans behind America. So we are barely barely a month out since 9 11. Yeah. First Americans behind them enemy lines. Now there had been a CIA team called jawbreaker that had landed in the pantry of Ali on September 26th, but that was, you know, relatively speaking safe territory controlled by the northern alliance. But this was enemy territory, Taliban controlled territory. So 8 of them, four of them were paramilitaries, one of those was Mike span. So when paramilitary is somebody who's been seconded, usually from the military and is working in the CIA using their skills for the CIA. Yeah, usually they actually in the CIA sometimes their contractors or people who've been seconded and on some of the other teams that were actually serving members of the Delta force and seals. But the four paramount trees on team alpha were serving CIOs special activities, division. Scott spellman, who was on the cover of the book, he was later became very senior, it was the senior CIA guy on the National Security Council during the Trump administration. He became station chief in Kabul, but then a young officer, but already battle hardened he had been wounded in the battle of Mogadishu in Somalia in 1993. It was a guy called Alex Hernandez, who was the deputy chief, who was a sergeant major, gone full career in special forces and then joined the agency and two case officers, JRC, who was the chief who'd worked with the CIA out of Islamabad in the 1980s against the Soviets for the supply and stinger missiles to the mujahideen and David Tyson who you mentioned at the beginning who was with Mike span on November 25th 2001. So they're in unfriendly territory. This is the Ford of war, walk us through that event. So David was a case officer based in Tashkent and spoke Uzbek almost fluently. And so he's the linguist and the main linguist on the team, although JR, seger also he spoke diary, which was the sort of lingua franca in Afghanistan. But on that day, the team split, there's a big fight, a hundred miles to the east. It expected in Kunduz so the bulk of American forces are there. But the night before 400 Al-Qaeda prisoners had arrived on the eastern edge of mazarin reef to surrender, and it was extremely murky why they were there. They should have been surrendering in Kunduz. And basically, I mean, what I was able to establish almost beyond doubt is that this was a Trojan horse operation. It was a deliberate trap. Yeah, it was a Taliban Al-Qaeda operation to put pretend that for these 400 fighters had surrendered, but in fact they were made up remained armed. They sort of exploited Afghan custom to keep their weapons with them and they were planning an uprising. Because you can have lots of people surrender at once if it's a regular army during the Gulf War, we had thousands of Iraqis surrender at once. When it's irregular fighters, you don't usually get hundreds of them surrendering at the same time. It's a little bit

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Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

04:22 min | 4 months ago

Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan

"You mentioned this story, the prison uprising, Mike spann, a former marine CIA paramilitary. For those who know nothing, give us the story of that incredible event and what that man did. Yeah. It is incredible. And so November 25th, 2001. Two CIA officers walk into this fort called calla jangi, which means literally like fort of war outside mazar I Sharif. Now, backing up a little bit mazarin Sharif had fallen to northern alliance forces, aided by our allies. Our allies aided by the CIA green berets and air force combat controllers and the awesome might have U.S. air power overhead on November 10th. Now, less than a month earlier, Mike spann had been one of 8 CIA officers who landed in the Darius souf valley, aboard two Black Hawk helicopters that had flown in from Kashi Khan about K two, a former Soviet air base that Uzbekistan government had given over to the Americans for this post 9 11 mission. So October 17th, 2001, they land at dropped into the unknown. First Americans behind America. So we are barely barely a month out since 9 11. Yeah. First Americans behind them enemy lines. Now there had been a CIA team called jawbreaker that had landed in the pantry of Ali on September 26th, but that was, you know, relatively speaking safe territory controlled by the northern alliance. But this was enemy territory, Taliban controlled territory. So 8 of them, four of them were paramilitaries, one of those was Mike span. So when paramilitary is somebody who's been seconded, usually from the military and is working in the CIA using their skills for the CIA. Yeah, usually they actually in the CIA sometimes their contractors or people who've been seconded and on some of the other teams that were actually serving members of the Delta force and seals. But the four paramount trees on team alpha were serving CIOs special activities, division. Scott spellman, who was on the cover of the book, he was later became very senior, it was the senior CIA guy on the National Security Council during the Trump administration. He became station chief in Kabul, but then a young officer, but already battle hardened he had been wounded in the battle of Mogadishu in Somalia in 1993. It was a guy called Alex Hernandez, who was the deputy chief, who was a sergeant major, gone full career in special forces and then joined the agency and two case officers, JRC, who was the chief who'd worked with the CIA out of Islamabad in the 1980s against the Soviets for the supply and stinger missiles to the mujahideen and David Tyson who you mentioned at the beginning who was with Mike span on November 25th 2001. So they're in unfriendly territory. This is the Ford of war, walk us through that event. So David was a case officer based in Tashkent and spoke Uzbek almost fluently. And so he's the linguist and the main linguist on the team, although JR, seger also he spoke diary, which was the sort of lingua franca in Afghanistan. But on that day, the team split, there's a big fight, a hundred miles to the east. It expected in Kunduz so the bulk of American forces are there. But the night before 400 Al-Qaeda prisoners had arrived on the eastern edge of mazarin reef to surrender, and it was extremely murky why they were there. They should have been surrendering in Kunduz. And basically, I mean, what I was able to establish almost beyond doubt is that this was a Trojan horse operation. It was a deliberate trap. Yeah, it was a Taliban Al-Qaeda operation to put pretend that for these 400 fighters had surrendered, but in fact they were made up remained armed. They sort of exploited Afghan custom to keep their weapons with them and they were planning an uprising. Because you can have lots of people surrender at once if it's a regular army during the Gulf War, we had thousands of Iraqis surrender at once. When it's irregular fighters, you don't usually get hundreds of them surrendering at the same

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How Iran Uses Hezbollah to Conduct International Operations

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:40 min | 5 months ago

How Iran Uses Hezbollah to Conduct International Operations

"I'm continuing my discussion of Iran and its operations in other countries in the Middle East and even in North Africa. The article I'm discussing is written by Karim sajar poor in foreign affairs magazine and such a port makes the point that Iran uses its surrogate, which is Hezbollah, to conduct operations in a number of other countries, but particularly in Lebanon. Now Hezbollah is by far the most powerful force in Lebanon today. They just go about doing whatever they want. I mean, they want to assassinate a political opponent. That's it for him. They have they run their own underground economy. They've implanted thousands of rockets in Lebanon that have the capacity of striking Israel. And then one time Hezbollah claimed to be sort of its own organization. It was not part of Iran. But of late, they've become very explicit about their the fact that Hezbollah essentially is Iran. Here is Sheik and Ezra. This is by the way the founder and leader of Hezbollah. And he goes, as long as Iran has money, we have money. Just as we receive the rockets, we use to threaten Israel, we're receiving our money. So this is an azra la basically saying, hey, listen, I'm Iran's man outside of Iran. I do Iran's bidding and the Iranians are perfectly happy to fund me. Let's remember that Iran also uses Shia radicals and local groups in Iraq and they used it while America was in Iraq to sort of destabilize the Iraqi regime, which they were very successful in

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Pedro Gonzalez: We Need to Remember America's Interests

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:28 min | 5 months ago

Pedro Gonzalez: We Need to Remember America's Interests

"We start with the Ukrainian Russian situation? There's been so much confusion on that, so much propaganda, so let's start there. What do you have to say on that issue? That's a very wide open question. What I have to say is that we need to remember the American interest and we need to remember the mistakes of Iraq and Afghanistan and all of the tragedy those things entailed for everyone involved Americans, Afghans and Iraqis and everyone else because it seems like we are not remembering those things by we I mean our leaders and they are doing everything they can to morally black male and emotionally manipulate us into another war this time a war between countries that have nuclear weapons. It is, it is not less than arresting to think about why we go to war, what happens when we go to war. It's one thing to go to a war with Iraq. But yeah, when you're going to war with Russia, which has nuclear weapons, the situation has changed, it's the same with China. It's been a long time. I think since we in the United States have grappled with the question of nuclear war. I mean,

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Conflicting Reports Over Missiles Striking U.S. Consulate in Iraq

Mark Levin

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Conflicting Reports Over Missiles Striking U.S. Consulate in Iraq

"Iran's powerful revolutionary guard said on its website it attacked what it described as an Israeli spy center in herbal Did not elaborate but in a statement said Israel been on the offensive citing the recent strike that killed two members of its guard An Iraqi official in Baghdad initially said several missiles had hit the U.S. consulate in which is new and unoccupied adding that it had been the intended target of the attack Later Locke got far the head of Kurdistan's foreign media office said none of the missiles had struck the U.S. facility but the residential areas around the compound had been hit Now what are we going to do about this What are we going to do about this

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Christian Science Monitor: Iran Fires Retaliation Missiles Into Iraq

Mark Levin

01:05 min | 5 months ago

Christian Science Monitor: Iran Fires Retaliation Missiles Into Iraq

"Christian science monitor Iran fires missiles into northern Iraq and retaliation attack they say Iran says a missile attack Sunday that struck the northern Iraqi city of herbal Was retaliation for Israeli strike in Syria that killed two members of its revolutionary guard That's not what happened Iran claimed responsibility for your missile barrage It struck the sprawling U.S. constantly complex in northern Iraq Iraq's foreign minister summoned Iran's ambassador to protest the attack calling a flagrant violation of the country's sovereignty The tak drew harsh condemnation from the Iraqi government which called it a violation of international law and norms and demand an explanation From the Iranian leadership United States said the missile strike emanated from Iran and strongly condemned it The strikes were outrageous violation of Iraq's sovereignty no U.S. facilities were damaged or personal injured and we have no indication that the attack was directed at the United States The Iranians just said it was Did they not mister producer

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Russia Ukraine War Animal Shelter-Shelter Intro an

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Russia Ukraine War Animal Shelter-Shelter Intro an

"While refugees keep crossing into Poland from Ukraine an organization has set up a shelter for pets stranded in the chaos of war this is Taurus foundation and Sasha Winkler giving these animals a home nobody think about it the everybody thing alive from anybody the same life as a human they're getting help from volunteers like Sonya Mortensen dissing cleaning and helping the talks she says these animals are very stressed some of them are a street dogs to have never been in human hands and other ones are family dogs and that is just left and sometimes with a letter and but the ride we hope we can find out dogs and cats again can you very emotional because this is Winkler says it's the same case with pets as people escaping war supplies are hard to find the one thing August food and cat food because around the world that Iraqi will so does nothing of this volunteers are also supplying food to deliver to animals in Ukraine I'm a Donahue

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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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UAE says it intercepted 2 ballistic missiles over Abu Dhabi

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

UAE says it intercepted 2 ballistic missiles over Abu Dhabi

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US-backed fighters chase IS gunmen near prison in Syria

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

US-backed fighters chase IS gunmen near prison in Syria

"Candace Candace Candace Candace that that that that fights fights fights fights is is is is have have have have advanced advanced advanced advanced against against against against Islamic Islamic Islamic Islamic state state state state fighters fighters fighters fighters in in in in Syria's Syria's Syria's Syria's northeast northeast northeast northeast with with with with the the the the help help help help of of of of the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. led led led led coalition coalition coalition coalition at at at at Pala Pala Pala Pala intense intense intense intense clashes clashes clashes clashes with with with with Islamic Islamic Islamic Islamic state state state state militants militants militants militants took took took took place place place place around around around around the the the the prison prison prison prison with with with with thousands thousands thousands thousands of of of of extremists extremists extremists extremists were were were were held held held held fighting fighting fighting fighting initially initially initially initially breakout breakout breakout breakout when when when when more more more more than than than than a a a a hundred hundred hundred hundred militants militants militants militants attacked attacked attacked attacked the the the the main main main main present present present present in in in in the the the the northeastern northeastern northeastern northeastern city city city city of of of of Passau Passau Passau Passau K. K. K. K. the the the the battle battle battle battle with with with with U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. backed backed backed backed Kurdish Kurdish Kurdish Kurdish fighters fighters fighters fighters which which which which has has has has continued continued continued continued for for for for days days days days has has has has so so so so far far far far left left left left dozens dozens dozens dozens dead dead dead dead well well well well they they they they the the the the I. I. I. I. S. S. S. S. was was was was officially officially officially officially defeated defeated defeated defeated almost almost almost almost three three three three years years years years ago ago ago ago a a a a sleeper sleeper sleeper sleeper cells cells cells cells have have have have remains remains remains remains that that that that have have have have increasingly increasingly increasingly increasingly killed killed killed killed schools schools schools schools of of of of Iraqis Iraqis Iraqis Iraqis and and and and Syrians Syrians Syrians Syrians in in in in past past past past months months months months I'm I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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IS gunmen mount deadly attacks in Syria, Iraq; dozens killed

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

IS gunmen mount deadly attacks in Syria, Iraq; dozens killed

"Islamic Islamic Islamic Islamic state state state state group group group group of of of of gunmen gunmen gunmen gunmen have have have have mounted mounted mounted mounted deadly deadly deadly deadly attacks attacks attacks attacks in in in in Syria Syria Syria Syria and and and and Iraq Iraq Iraq Iraq with with with with dozens dozens dozens dozens killed killed killed killed more more more more than than than than one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred I I I I S. S. S. S. militants militants militants militants carried carried carried carried out out out out a a a a complex complex complex complex attack attack attack attack on on on on Syria's Syria's Syria's Syria's largest largest largest largest prison prison prison prison holding holding holding holding suspected suspected suspected suspected extremists extremists extremists extremists and and and and members members members members of of of of the the the the group group group group in in in in Iraq Iraq Iraq Iraq stormed stormed stormed stormed an an an an army army army army barracks barracks barracks barracks killing killing killing killing soldiers soldiers soldiers soldiers that that that that they they they they slept slept slept slept the the the the prison prison prison prison break break break break in in in in Syria Syria Syria Syria is is is is believed believed believed believed to to to to be be be be the the the the largest largest largest largest since since since since the the the the militants militants militants militants lost lost lost lost territory territory territory territory they they they they have have have have held held held held that that that that nearly nearly nearly nearly three three three three years years years years ago ago ago ago I I I I S. S. S. S. a a a a sleeper sleeper sleeper sleeper cells cells cells cells have have have have become become become become more more more more active active active active in in in in both both both both countries countries countries countries the the the the attack attack attack attack at at at at an an an an army army army army barracks barracks barracks barracks in in in in a a a a mountainous mountainous mountainous mountainous area area area area north north north north of of of of Baghdad Baghdad Baghdad Baghdad was was was was one one one one of of of of the the the the deadliest deadliest deadliest deadliest targeting targeting targeting targeting the the the the Iraqi Iraqi Iraqi Iraqi ministry ministry ministry ministry in in in in recent recent recent recent months months months months I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor this this this this month month month month

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What Happened When Morgan Zegers, Founder of Young Americans Against Socialism, Met Her Communist College Roommate?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:32 min | 8 months ago

What Happened When Morgan Zegers, Founder of Young Americans Against Socialism, Met Her Communist College Roommate?

"I had never heard the words bigot or xenophobe or misogynist before until my first day of college where we had diversity and equity training. Have you guys heard of that? And that was I think 5 years ago at this point. It was years and years ago, and it was just coming on the scene, and look how fast everything's changed in America, where now people are saying that they can just make up any gender or any pronoun that they want. But that's where I first learned these words of diversity training and everything that the left is now using to divide us with their cultural Marxism tactics. And of course, one of the worst stories was when they advocated for a segregated cafe on my campus. Now I tell you all this so that you understand college is a weird experience for most average Americans these days. But what really set me off and what started my journey into what I do now, I run the nonprofit young Americans against socialism. It was the moment I walked into a house off campus that I was moving into my last year. It turns out my roommate had a poster that just kept catching my attention as I'm trying to talk with her trying to get introduced to her. I'm trying to respect her with eye contact, but I keep looking to the oversight of the wall and I'm wondering, why is this drawing my attention and then I realized? It's because I recognize the men on a poster on her wall. It was Mao Zedong, Lennon, Stalin, Karl Marx and Fidel Castro, the poster said, welcome to the party. And these mass murderers and dictators that were on my roommate's wall had these party hats on, and they had these fruity little cocktail umbrella drinks. And I looked at her and I had no idea what to say. No idea what to say. And so I just looked at her and I said, what's that? What is that? And she looked at me with the biggest smile on her face, and she said, oh, I'm a communist. And from then on, you guys, you would think that little mess upstate New York daughter of a colonel served on operation Iraqi freedom served at 9 11. You'd think I would know what to say when I met a communist, right? I'm a big history nerd thanks to my parents, but no. I had absolutely no idea what to say to a communist with mass murderers and dictators on her wall that was giving me the same talking points that we hear all the time throughout the 20th century and from the leftists of America today that her version of communism if done right this time because it's never been done right before, would bring equity for all it would end poverty. It would support the working class and bring dignity to them, all the usual talking points. I had no idea what to say to somebody who was able to push that kind of rhetoric onto me. And it was such a disappointing

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The AP Interview: General says US troops to remain in Iraq

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 8 months ago

The AP Interview: General says US troops to remain in Iraq

"A a top top military military commander commander says says he he anticipates anticipates more more attacks attacks against against U. U. S. S. forces forces in in Iraq Iraq as as militia militia groups groups try try to to push push out out western western forces forces despite despite an an uptick uptick in in violence violence against against U. U. S. S. troops troops the the leader leader of of central central command command marine marine general general Frank Frank McKenzie McKenzie tells tells the the Associated Associated Press Press they're they're planning planning to to keep keep the the current current troop troop counted counted twenty twenty five five hundred hundred to to help help fight fight against against the the Islamic Islamic state state group group although although their their role role is is changing changing I I expect expect that that we we will will continue continue to to provide provide some some limited limited support support to to the the Iraqis Iraqis going going forward forward but but again again it's it's going going to to be be essentially essentially the the log log of of the the by by and and by by and and large large is is going going to to be be a a non non come come the the non non combatant combatant process process general general mackenzie mackenzie says says Iran Iran wants wants the the US US out out and and I I believe believe that that they they are are under under the the view view that that they they can can increase increase friction friction and and racked racked up up where where we we will will leave leave he he anticipates anticipates a a ramp ramp up up in in violence violence against against US US and and Iraqi Iraqi forces forces until until the the end end of of this this month month the the date date the the by by did did ministration ministration chose chose to to officially officially end end the the US US combat combat mission mission in in Iraq Iraq I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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 Iraqi PM survives assassination attempt, ramping up tensions

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 10 months ago

Iraqi PM survives assassination attempt, ramping up tensions

"Security was tightened around Baghdad ultra failed assassination attempts on Iraqi prime minister Mostafa kind to me at least two one trains targeted the residents of Iraq's prime minister in the heavily fortified green zone in Baghdad several of his security personnel were injured in an attack which has significantly ramped up tensions archer Ron backs militias refused to accept last month's parliamentary election results yeah I'm kind to me was on home despite corruption TV looking calm with a bandage on his left hand's cavity rockets in trying to tax third bill time lines and build a pizza the

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Iraqis vote for new parliament hoping for change

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

Iraqis vote for new parliament hoping for change

"Iraqis head to the polls amid widespread apathy in parliamentary elections that some hope will deliver much needed reforms after decades of conflict and mismanagement Iraq close to it says basis basis took part in an election which had been put forward by a year in response to a popular uprising in late twenty nineteen in the uprising tens of thousands of people took to the streets to protest endemic corruption pool services and rising unemployment the protests and didn't get the full size Iraqi security forces fired live ammunition and tear gas which of the six hundred people were killed however many young activists and demonstrators who took part in the protests have called for a boycott of the polls hi I'm Karen Thomas

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"iraqis" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"iraqis" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

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"iraqis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"iraqis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Still, he's 90. But you want to make sure that you have right, something that sharpened on it. And given him all these auctions real right next door the whole time. Um, but ultimately it's on Tony. It's just, you know, you're the captain of the ship man. It doesn't matter if it's your fault the same way like It was a live right in the lineup card. My fault. Obviously not. But me. Not me. Not looking at all 11 and then realizing what was going down. That was my fault. And so it was frustrating, but we got we got over it. We got past it and you don't even talk to us anything on we're fortunate, but, uh, you know, we can't goes back to the fact that the managers, the captain of the ship, and it's on him. Yeah. No, it's on you. I mean, Kowalski screwed up, but it's on you. I mean, that was that that's on you, But let's go Kowalski together doing out there. You can't do you're not like like if you if you had seen the stair That was going across, like literally. I start talking to me and I'm turning back and I think you're hurting the whole threw him after this happened. Urged the oven off. I don't know if you caught, uh, Astros Yankees from the Bronx rings the best like a network video surveillance system accessible from anywhere Because if you are securities, not the best, you are not secure. Now, more than ever, they alarm a CEO to a C C l a Day 0138. Way our KNBR be sports leader, your home for a Giants baseball. The Iraqis over the Giants 6 to 5 Time now for the game summary sponsored by Dolce Evita, tequila, tequila, pure and Simple. The Giants end up With the Iraqis having six runs in this game on a total Of six hits. They bunched up. Five of their hits to go with three walks and scored all of their runs in the same inning that the faithful fourth inning against Logan Web all of the runs charged the Web's record. Six runs. Six. It's two hours five left. For Colorado. The Giants end up with five runs on six hits with no errors. And the Giants left four runners on base. The winning pitcher is John Gray. He's foreign to a safer Bard. His third and the loser is Logan Web One and three. Brandon Crawford hit his sixth home run of the year. And Darren Rough, hit his fourth big fly. Three hours, eight minutes the time of the game, plus a one hour and 26 minutes. Rain delay before we ever got started. 9521, the official paid crowd. The Giants lose two out of three here and lose four out of six on the road trip. So they'll come home with a two game losing streak. With the Padres coming in on Friday night. 6 45 Game one. Anthony de Sclafani will get the call for the Giants. Kevin Gausman will Have the Saturday afternoon start. And then Johnny Cueto is Schedule to come off the injured list and make the Sunday afternoon start on Mother's Day. And it's possible that Mike you're Stransky, whom we saw before the game today. Here in article part Do some wind sprints around the infield on the outfield grass. Hey, is eligible to be activated and they're not saying whether it's going to be Friday. But sometime this weekend anyway from the injured list, Darren Chan is our Producer and engineer Mike Holder and Danny done our network coordinators..

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"iraqis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"iraqis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"All right. That is the trailer that has come out a new documentary. It's called the lone Frank that is Video on demand and digital right now we've known Frank for a long time, Frank. Welcome back to the program, my friend. How are you, John? It's great to talk to you from rainy California. Uh, when were you gonna legitimately wine about for California is that you live in a socialist hellhole with the highest taxes in the country. But New York's about to break your record, You're about to become number two. So stay tuned. I'm heading the Florida following my brother. So So here's the amazing thing. And I never knew this was an issue for you. I mean, I'm listening to the trailer View, New documentary and And Stallone. Frank, That is, obviously you Everybody knows your brother's Sylvester Stallone. Everyone loves Rocky the franchise. Um, but you have all of these accomplishments as a musician, for example. Three platinum albums. 10 Gold albums five Gold singles You bet on the charts worldwide. Praised by Sinatra, Tony Bennett. We heard on sports in there. You've done soundtrack work for the expendables and Let's see Saturday Night Fever sequel Staying Alive and Rocky 12 and three and Rambo, too. I mean, it's So you have this whole other life and career and with great success on your own separate and apart from your brother and I guess has become a pain in your ass to always be introduced His Aziz Sly Stallone's brother, Rocky's brother. You know, Sean, I think a lot of people misinterpreted things like I was bad at him. I've never met him. I mean, he made this thing. It's just that I've been in the business like for at that time when Rocky came up professionally, 14 years, So all of a sudden overnight I was Frank Stallone's rock band, Frank, this we were like a big And the New Jersey and we were going for a north RC a record deal. And then all of a sudden I went from Frank Stallone. Iraqis, brother and it was, like really weird, and it took me a while to kind of get it. That was on these talk shows with my group. They go. Yeah. You guys sound really great. Hey, So what's it like being around his brother? So basically, I was there kind of his cannon fodder. You know for for for them. They get information about flight, and he felt bad about it, too. I mean, member I brother used to help me carry my equipment into my gigs. So he was like the most your rodeo, my understanding, and it's been a while since we've spoken, But you know, you guys really tight. You like each other a lot. You get along Well, you love we do like you said the funniest guy I know He's actually unbelievably funny in this documentary. You know, we talked about handcuffed me to a fire escape with Army tank tops. Yeah, And by the way, I forgot that you had because I'm friends with Geraldo. For all those just loses his mind temporarily. And, yeah, politically, But then eventually I bring him back around. Uh, you know, I mean, we're like brothers. But when we disagree on politics, we fight like brothers. Item you got in the ring with him. This was a a Neve ent He did with Howard Stern. But you were actually you. You've been a little bit of Ah, don't know, sort of a professional boxer. Then you have, like 30 fights. Yeah, Yeah, I didn't really want to fight him. I was doing Howard Stern show basically, just to promote something I was doing. And on the one I got there. Geraldo was on the speaker phone talking to Howard saying So He was training all the time boxes that he would fight any celebrity Now. I had absolutely no intention of getting back in the ring. I've been touring in 12 years in those days. Of smoking cigarettes. You know I was doing was rock and roll. Guys do No, no drugs, But I'm just saying I wasn't in boxing shape. They talked me into this stupid fight. And, you know, I came in the ring. I bruised my ribs. I was a mess. And so he talked me into this thing. I didn't get anything other than the bus to Dan. But you know what were all those showed? It was the highest rated show that Howard Stern had that at that time he was simulcast on TV and radio. Same time. So what? We wasn't I want both of you. I got to give credit to both. You know, you didn't end up winning the fight. If I recall, he showed up, he showed up. I mean, Geraldo is a gutsy guy. He was not a popular if you feel fight. He's not afraid now not, you know, he always says to make is I trained mixed martial arts. I'm like in my eighth year and I take it really seriously. I do it an hour and a half a day, five days a week. And, you know people after me in the beginning, like my own son used to laugh at me, and I'm like he won't if I start like going after him for fun and just that play around with him. Right down. All right, All right. Got it. I got it, You know, because I'm about your son's laughing. So you get my hammer fist and then? Yeah, you know, put him in a rear naked choke or over. Yeah, Carter ghastly wrist lock and he's hot. Okay, Hap happy is what he says. I got in the martial arts. Aziz well, because it wasn't really popular in sixties like it is now. I mean, I love I love the octagon. You love the octagon. These guys are animals, man. E tell people all the time, you know, and people ask me. What do you do when people you know are confrontational in public? I'm like I say. Hi. You know what? No words that people are gonna use that's gonna offend me. And I'll do Frank. I'll do everything I could possibly do to walk away run away. I'll even walk fast backwards sent him just because I don't ever want to have toe use what I know to be very blunt, and it's not bragging. I'm just telling you, I've learned a lot on the average person can't take a punch. Really, You know, like like Mike Tyson said. Everyone's afraid so they get hit in the face. And you know you the stuff you've learned in the dough, Jos. I mean, doesn't as you know, it doesn't take that wasted to say Hold somebody. I mean, it could be real quick and pretty pretty pretty nasty. And I found out you know, we actually have, like one of the my sensei Sensei. Glenn is his name and I got to tell you what we He makes me do pain Day. You know the scene and the, uh I think I was the last rocky the one where he gives his son. The lecture, which I play on the air all the time and You're not just going to hit it hard life itself In a matter of hard you can get hit matter how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward. Keep moving forward anyway. That's that's my best imitation. But anyway, But you know what, But the scenes were like they're they're doing real hitting to his stomach. I do that training. I stretched my arms out. And he pounds fist pounds my my arms. I mean, you see stars during pain day, because if you ever have to engage somebody, you gotta be able to take a hit. You gotta be able to take it. You know, Like when you see the documentary there's some footage of my brother and I sparring and I didn't know what the hell I was doing this before. Rocky came out and like we're to spazz is actually I mean, It's unbelievable watching that real I think that we went on the where we went on to Dok. But there's so much fun stuff in this movie. I think we've been getting really It's It's interesting, Sean really getting a lot of great positive. Feedback. Is this really about perseverance? It's around, you know, you know, like you like you always talked about your construction guy. I mean, you probably had no idea you'd be where you are now. My God, Let me tell you, my parents are in heaven in a state of shock. You know, I don't even think God's been able to snap him out of the state. I was in a pardonable kid. I was a does a troublemaking kid? Yeah, you know, hang an Irish, You know, we always were born to start trouble. Thing is, it's It's very interesting that you think I mean, I knew it A very, very, very young age. I want to be a rock and roll star I from the first time I saw Elvis in 1956. Yours kind of parallels my brothers because no one thought he would be anything but juvenile delinquent. I mean, that's no artsy fartsy type. Notions of all wasn't like he was like, You know this But do you want to know something? And but and and buying? One of the coolest stuff you do is to do up in Rockies. I think it's awesome. I mean, that brings you peppering, But memories to be honest..

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"iraqis" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"iraqis" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I'm marco werman. You're with the world. Among the pardons at president trump has made our partners for four blackwater contractors were convicted of brutally murdering fourteen iraqi civilians in two thousand and seven. The killings caused outrage in iraq and around the world and remain a large part of america's legacy there with us now to discuss reaction in iraq. The pardons is ali. Al moee. He's a co founder of the iraq policy program senior analyst at inside iraqi politics ali. Welcome what has been the reaction to the news. Interact both politically in baghdad. Also how ordinary iraqis civilians are taking it in while there's been total outrage standardly A lot of people have spoken out against the pardon and both within the political blocs amongst the An also amongst ordering me rockies that was an issue a statement issued by the foreign ministry just the recently expressing regret for the decision. 'cause i don't expect the decision to reverse. But the statement by the foreign ministry kind of expressed hopes to the decision would be reversed. So how did these killings impact the us presence in iraq in two thousand seven. Take us back to the moment while it was a very interesting incident intact times. You know seventeen people. Innocent people were murdered in cold blood by these Contractors and there was huge outrage at the time it happened in a square in the middle of the called sore square blackwater contractors claimed they had come under fire but fbi investigation showed that actually old people he killed Carrying any weapons And so it was a huge outrage and it called into question. A lot of what was going on in iraq in terms of the presence of private security contractors and also us troops in general. How will this news. Impact the relationship between iraq and the united states at this point. Do you think well as you know. Tensions have been quite high for some time now particularly because all the nations that happened last year in the airport. Is you know Senior iraqi uranian officials were killed. And i think you know this. We will just add to the tensions that currently exists between iraq and the united states and also with iran. Is you know. Iran plays an important role in in iraq. And i think people are very worried that these pardons may just Add to the escalation in tensions that currently exist in iraq. Do you think these pardons could have any effect on the current. Us presence there. These armed groups have been launching mortars and rockets in the direction of the us embassy for some time now in fact only a couple of days ago they launched an attack and you know groups like this. Try to push this narrative that the united states. We just isn't a reliable partner for iraq ali. Have you heard any reaction to these pardons from families of the victims killed by blackwater contractors in two thousand seven. Yes so some of the families of victims have spoken out Both in local traditional media To be honest a lot of them have said. We're not surprised by this decision. I think people are very skeptical Back in two thousand seven about Receiving justice for their families. And i think this pardon is just Really proven that the cynicism was was correct. So how can the. Us insurace relationship with iraq in the future under biden. Well i think what the united states is to is really just a lot of the policies that trump has had with robusta rock and You know to me I think that Trump's approach to iraq has been extremely abusive. And i think what Joe biden needs to do On january twentieth. Moving forward is to really State that the united states his approach is really going to be very to the way that Donald trump has treated iraq ellie. How do you remember the incident in two thousand seven. What was your impression of what happened. And how do you today. You know i drive. Pass stan's who square off often. When i drive past. I think about the incident because it was just so infamous. It's it's real kick to the stomach for for ordinary iraqis who had hoped perhaps Justice could be of At least in pot while through this incident ali. al. Molly is co-founder of the iraq policy program ali. Thank you very much for speaking with us about these parts for the blackwater contractors. Really appreciate it. Thank president trump issued a total of fifteen pardons and five commutations on tuesday. There might be more to come in awe. Gration day is less than a month away. So if we see more pardons. The spark more controversy but as the world's sarah birnbaum reports trump's use of the pardon power is hardly unprecedented. There have been many times when us presidents have issued pardons that raised eyebrows. But trump is taking things to the next level is a beautiful trump is using pardons to reward his friends to dismantle the legacy of the mueller investigation and to send a political message. Can he do that. Actually the power to pardon is the closest thing to an absolute power that presidents have. We can thank the founders and article two section two of the constitution for that but usually this involves a careful process. The justice department reviews petitions and makes recommendations and trump is having none of that the stanford law professor bernadette meyler trump instead has done much more personalized said of kranz apart ends and has looked for people who are celebrities or who he has connections with. Or who could make in particular political point if he pardons them miller says trump's use of the pardon power hearkens back to the days of kings and queens. A lot of trump's pardons have struck me as being very similar to these pardons that were extremely controversial in the seventeenth. Sent trae and that Suggested it over involvement of the king in the justice system. This goes back even further to medieval times. The british parliament gave the king the power to pardon in fifteen thirty five during the reign of henry. The eighth andrew. Novak from george mason university says pardons go back even further than that. The pardon power seems to have existed or something like it in most centralized political systems in history. The roman empire hats chinese empire. The kings of wessex in eight hundred's precolonial societies in africa in the pacific. Novak says the concept is pretty straightforward. It's about the king or ruler having a chance to show benevolence and it's really linked to the idea of divine mercy says bernadette meyler apart. Pardon is like a royal act of grace. We see a kind of analogy between the king and god rights. Oh god is granting birthday and the king as a representative of god is also granting marseille. So there's a height of christian and spiritual connection there as well. That whole notion makes some americans uncomfortable says novak in part because democracies are supposed to work differently. There's no principle of equality with pardons that when you exercise mercy you don't necessarily exercise it for everyone in the same position and that can feel like it's unequal or unfair. I would also say that mercy is about pulling your punches when punishment is truly deserved in some cases and so it feels like someone deserves punishment. But they're not getting the punishment. Still novak says pardons can do more good than harm and most systems around the world have some version of it. We did a big study of all countries in the world and we found that the pardon power existed in almost all the world's constitutions out of two hundred constitutions may be ten don't have pardon power but many countries but limits on the way it works for instance malaysia restricts self pardons that the elected monarch malaysia cannot harden himself as close family members. Kenya which prohibits Pardons after a presidential election until the new inauguration takes place. So there's no lame duck pardons in kenya. And there's nigeria. it prohibits pardons for corruption. None of those limits are in place here in the us. But that's not to say there are no checks on. Pardon power for american presidents a key. Lamar is a constitutional law scholar at yale. I remember that the pardon power only applies to federal crimes and not to state crimes. Second the president in south is subject to impeachment process. Of course that doesn't always work out. That's why amar says there's an overarching..

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"iraqis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"iraqis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Thousands of Iraqis have gathered in the center of Baghdad to mark the first anniversary of a mass protest movement. For hours Iraqis have been converging on the central square in Baghdad, many walking 10 or more kilometers as cars have been banned from entering the area. Security forces have sealed off the district in order to try to keep a lid on the demonstration. The prime minister Mustapha al Kadhimi, has called for the event to remain peaceful since the movement erupted a year ago in a blaze of anger and frustration of the failure of successive governments. The tackle unemployment, lack of basic services and corruption. Hundreds of protestors have been killed and thousands more injured. BBC correspondent Sebastian Usher reporting Egyptians on Sunday trickled in the polling stations on the second day of voting for the country's parliamentary election that made it slight uptick in daily recorded Corona virus cases. News and analysis of townhall dot com. The Tampa Bay Rays homer four times before 1/9 inning rally leads to victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game four of the world's Siri's. The Tampa Bay Rays rallied from five different deficits, including trailing 76 with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning to defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers. 8 to 7, Tampa Bay got home runs from Hunter Renfroe brain and allowing Kevin care Meier But it was Brett Phillips R B. I single that tied the game and when Chris Taylor couldn't feel the ball cleanly allowed Randy Arosa Raina to score the winning run the Wind ties the best of seven world Siri's at two games apiece with Game five set for Sunday evening. I'm Steve Kearney. Russia's tally of confirmed Corona virus cases that surpassed 1.5 million as authorities report 16,710 new infections Amid a rapid resurgence of the outbreak. Russia's caseload remains the fourth largest in the world. War on these stories at townhall dot com. And I'm dropping my McDonnell soldier go when I get doughnuts. I always get a big marks. No pickles for me, please. Then I get to meet a prize catch in.

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"iraqis" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"iraqis" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Right, Troy in Valpo, you're on 0.1000 Roy. We have to go in, gentlemen. All right, So I agree with most of what you guys are saying, But you got to remember in the early years we We did it for me and it was to be, but we really only consented for two years. Everything else is just un pretending most important year. Well, which years are you saying? They contended World Series in the next year? Everything about 15? I mean, look, they got swelling on 95 degree. I understand you were more than a sweeper at that point, unknown quantity, But they contend, yeah. It's not kind. Yes, I agree. But there was no way that they're gonna win. Okay, but we had two good years. We haven't been what's your what's your measure of halfway decent? Wait really want I mean, it's horrible. We got people Iraqis in childhood. I meet the mouse furious about that, but they still they still another division crown this year. Again like I saw. I think I saw six division titles are playoff appearances that division titles try in my lifetime before Theo got here. I've got five playoff appearances in the last six years. So the front 37 years of my life. I got to the post season six times with my favorite poet with my favorite I agree that, however, we were not getting any better. Actually, Every year, it was worse and worse to the point now where we only for one run against Marlon. By the way, I misspoke. The Cardinals lost to the Red Sox in 2013. So the Cardinals one in 2011, but did not win in 13. That title was won by the Ritz. That's why I think that over and they want a couple of the Red Sox, right they want in 18 and 13. Yes, that is correct. So I mean and and there may have been. I think two different front offices. It may have been been Cherington back in 13. And then I was a do cat in 18 like Again. They were two different French two different run franchises. Have you guys didn't have yourselves is graters when you were in college and just listen, we want guys behind standard is Well, let me ask this question. Guys like the standard high has this question. 19 eighties bears. What's the great you give their Let's answer that coming up next. It's Watling. Sylvie, You're listeningto Waddle in self.

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"iraqis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"iraqis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"By four, the Rockies find themselves down by four. Is they bad here in the bottom of the sixth inning? Daniel Murphy. You as a walk in a ground out in a run scored is the hitter is Zach Davies Get strike one into him. Her fits it foul up the third base side its own, too. No. His teammates must really like Zach Davies because He is among The highest in baseball. In run support. His teammates average almost eight runs a game. When he's on the mound. And pitch inside Ball one and As they were going to go throw it back. It hit Murphy's bad, apparently A season high 15 hits for the Padres tonight. And Davies with 90 pitches in the game. Certainly able to work Maura through 109 in his last start up and in the Murphy it's two and two. 22 pitch swinging in a miss on a high fastball. And and Davies now has six strikeouts. Iraqis have not scored since the guy coming to the plate, Matt Kemp. Get a 468 FT home run Dead Center field back in the first inning. To reach home run hit by the Rockies this year. Craig Hospital receives a generous donation from the Berg Simpson law firm Berg Simpson, Good lawyers changing lives. Strike out last time for Matty drives this one to center field, but playable for Grisham moving towards left center. And that's the second out of the inning. Since a leadoff single by Nolan a. Renato. In the third inning. Just one base runner. And five of the six strikeouts for Davies and It apparently is going to be The end of his night, Jase Tingler is going to make a change. So He departs after Five and two thirds within 8.

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"iraqis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"iraqis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It is the fifth time that Iraqis have Had a seven and to start sometimes it's turned out very well. 1995 Good start, help the Rockies get to their first playoff appearance. The 2011 season where the Rockies one game tend to improve to eight to didn't turn out quite the same way as the Rockies ended up finishing Well below 500 something they don't anticipate this year and are looking for this early. Good start Tio carry them to. They hope another postseason appearance, which would be their third. In the last four years, Rockies and Giants on a nice night year of the corner of 20th and Blake will see if the ace Airman Marquez can continue his good run. We'll have starting lineups for you and get game to underway right after this on the K away Rocky's radio network Here's the latest from K Away News. Radio. High School football season won't Start until next year, The color of the High School Athletic Association says it will bump voice football and soccer and girls volleyball to March of 2021. Governor Polish just like professional sports. It's not going to be like every other season, but they will have their championships. They will have their shortened seasons. They will have their practices. All contact sports have been moved to next year. Frontier Airlines could furlough for 100 pilots and flight attendants at DEA starting in October in a letter to the state Frontier, says the furloughs are expected to be permanent or last at least six months. The death toll from a massive explosion in Beirut is at least 73 with more than 3000 hurt. Lebanon's prime minister says over 2700 tons of ammonium nitrate were being stored without proper precautions at the warehouse where the blast occurred. It's Rocky's news update sponsored by Colorado Farm Bureau insurance. I'm Chad Bauer on Koray News, Radio, 8:50 a.m. and 90 for one FM things.

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"iraqis" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"iraqis" Discussed on KTOK

"I can imagine with Iraqis that mercy's beautiful like eighteen inches out there and more to come well if you are not a coast insider you're in trouble right now if you're happening to shut your eyes a little bit in the comma as my dad would always say my eyes are falling back inside my head which means he was falling asleep and if you are having trouble falling asleep right now well if you're coast insider go ahead and take that nap I mean stay with us and enjoy Kamal why not but but if you are it's okay right could you get here tomorrow or the next day or the next day is your walk initiative drive ins right am I right okay will you need to become a close insider if you're having trouble staying up late because maybe you're whatever whatever reason you've been out all night maybe you're on the east coast it's safe you can do it now you can hear everything is a coast insider you can listen to the show live or ondemand with your computer your mobile device all audio streams delivered in high quality crystal clear audio also you can download past shows chat with the different hosts along the way sometimes they even let me on there it's so much fun I have a good time with everybody George nor you get to chat with absolutely special guest say come on and you can email of course George sorry to directly so I hope that you decide to do that if you'd like more information all you do is go to our website to learn more coast to coast AM dot com.

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"iraqis" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"iraqis" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"I can imagine with Iraqis that mercy's beautiful like eighteen inches out there and more to come well if you are not a coast insider you're in trouble right now if you're happening to shut your eyes a little bit in a comma as my dad would always say my eyes are falling back inside my head which means he was falling asleep and if you are having trouble falling asleep right now well if you're coast insider go ahead and take that nap I mean stay with us and enjoy Kamal why not but but if you are it's okay right could you get here tomorrow or the next day or the next day is your walk initiative drive ins right am I right okay will you need to become a close insider if you're having trouble staying up late because maybe you're whatever whatever reason you've been out all night maybe you're on the east coast it's safe you can do it now you can hear everything is a coast insider you can listen to the show live or ondemand with your computer your mobile device all audio streams delivered in high quality crystal clear audio also you can download past shows chat with the different hosts along the way sometimes they even let me on there it's so much fun I have a good time with everybody George nor you get to chat with absolutely special guest say come on and you can email of course George sorry to directly so I hope that you decide to do that if you'd like more information all you do is go to our website to learn more coast to coast AM dot com.

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"iraqis" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"iraqis" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Creation of some Iraqis after U. S. airstrikes at the Baghdad airport killed Iran's top general Qassem Soleimani CBS news Pentagon correspondent Kenny McCormick a Pentagon statement says the US military carried out the air strikes at the direction of president trop it says Qassem Soleimani was actively developing plans to attack American diplomats and service members in Iraq and around the region the strike it says was aimed at deterring future Irani and attack plans no the urging from the U. S. embassy to Americans can not be more clear leave Iraq immediately Joe serene Sione as an expert on Iran and the region we are very vulnerable in the region we just killed the D. leading general of the Iranian military forces that puts all US military commanders in the cross hairs Iran says a harsh retaliation is waiting the trump administration announces a band of sorts on some E. cigarettes CBS news correspondent bill Raycom the action announced by the White House includes a ban on meant fruit and desert flavored E. cigarette cartridges but will not include the sale of menthol or tobacco flavors insiders have told CBS news that president trump had been hesitant to ban flavored E. cigarettes based on advice that supporters would react negatively to it the ban goes into effect in thirty days a Texas judge has denied a temporary injunction for the family of an eleven month old seeking to keep her on life support KTV tease Caroline Vandergrift Tinsley Lewis was born in February with a rare heart defect and has been on a ventilator since July the medical team says it's done everything they can for her but she will never get better all the things we have to do to keep her alive and keep her better is causing her pain and ethics committee at the hospital determined her life support should be removed a judge denied the family's request for a temporary injunction giving the hospital the green light to withdraw treatment Tinsley's mother says I am heartbroken because the judge basically said Tinsley's life is not worth living the daughter of the man most seriously wounded in Saturday's attack a Hanukkah celebration in Muncie New York made an emotional plea Thursday for the end of hatred and anti semitism legislators say funds are available to community seeking more protection after the series of anti semitic incidents an assault and the New York area CBS is done Taylor in response to.

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"iraqis" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"iraqis" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Of doing it we can do a lot of penguin goes eight one source of Adrian. Fox's camera Matt's penguins from around two thousand feet feet but actually they're being observed from far higher than that in fact from space as discovered back at the British Antarctic Survey Eh in Cambridge. So these are high resolution satellite inches of penguin colonies in Antarctica Fretwell from the team which tracks penguins. But actually when you zoom into these images you can actually see the penguins and sells images are so high resolution. It is such an incredible liberal idea. Realistic counting penguins from space will. Yes but it's very very useful because penguins especially things like improprieties bringing exceptionally remote and challenging harsh conditions. So actually getting people out there even getting a plane out can be almost impossible. And what has your search been telling you about these populations so if you go back ten years. We didn't know how many there were or where they worked. But now using satellite imagery we've been able to double the number of colonies. Elise we know about we now know there are fifty to fifty three colon. These half of those have been found by satellite imagery. The discovery of colonie sounds like good news but in fact back to these animals are facing an unprecedented threat. Dr Filter Thurn is head of conservation biology and propellants breed on series in a warming world. We'll see reduction in sea ice possibly by as much as thirty to forty percent and in that context the won't be sufficiency officiency ice in some areas for them to breed in effect. What you're saying is emperor? Penguins are under threat of extinction thus right with the climate scenarios Charlie that we're live to see the course of this century then we will lose substantial elements of the European population. Thirty percent. Fat Is is really significant and worrying. NBC Let me play Devil's advocate for a moment. Why does it matter why would a world without an the penguins matter? Well that's a good philosophical question. Why does he matter if a species goes extinct? Why does he have any species or many species extinct? Would you like to we. We live in a world where we have no penguins and no rhino. No elephants and no orangutangs. I certainly wouldn't like to see my children growing in a will to these much less rich and less diverse than this is the moment because once they're gone we can't bring and our. I Bet I had my own Penguin citing with meteorologist John Law who just look yes. She's awesome deady penguins. They're just tiny the ones that just a pair of them. Just stand on the intrigued by the house. However often you see their workers so comical the what around slide night across when they did it on their bellies? It's great to save the BBC's Martha Kearney reporting there from Antarctica Technology it makes. Our lives is easier and sometimes modern gadgets seemed to have a mind of their own take this moment for instance. There's no snow in the forecast. Is that blurted out by an apple. Watch the man wearing. It was a BBC meteorologist who was on live TV giving a weather update with snowy shots. The background to get sort of almost blizzard conditions like this even in places like Minneapolis and Denver and Denver's very high up cost without. That's that's yeah that's my thing is in. The forecast is pleased that we're listening to what I was saying. Apologies for that. I was not part of the plan. Thomas SCHAAF and knocker took to twitter and said I never summon Siri and Shafi knockers defense. His watch was likely giving a local forecast in the UK while he was busy talking about whether in the US where there is a lots of snow Wright's theory don't answer me while I'm talking the. US National Weather Service is warning against travel today through Saturday Saturday night across big stretches of the American West so use common sense and stay safe out there. You're listening to the world in Ghana. An archaeologist works to reveal a legacy of slavery and finds more than she expected acted. I wouldn't stay here after nightfall after delivers ghosts.

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"iraqis" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

22:14 min | 3 years ago

"iraqis" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Welcome to the daily wrap up a concise show dedicated to bringing you the most relevant independent news as we see it from in the air getting shot children by idea of soldiers from behind a fence with barbed wire and snipers shooting a dead child dead in the middle of the show every time they go out there they know that they make it shot and they go any way talk about courage but of course they're all terrorists that's what they want you to think now an explosive device was also detonated near an idea position in the town of by it I'm a mar in the West Bank on Friday evening according to the military now a second device they claimed was discovered at the army post and was neutralized by their group now there were no reports of any injuries in the price the explosion but there was damage to the to the military structure now I don't actually see this could be something sporadic it could be completely unrelated however ended interesting timing of it all with the rockets and the and the bomb and we're seeing plenty more happen because we're also seeing showing seemingly taking place in Baghdad bright at the time generally the timing to me is certainly very interesting at the very least as we have breaking news and this is just before during the protests and open the last couple lauer's I suddenly seem breaking news about shelling happening in Baghdad which it's hard to imagine that that's somehow involved in the protests I mean think about it could be which would suggest it or some other foreign power that's either backing the protesters or backing something but this is escalating in a very weird way interesting to recognize as I've constantly pointed out that in my opinion there is very clearly a secondary factor here and based on the way it's been playing out I've something's telling me that it's not necessarily the US agenda You can see here Sky News Arabia is reporting that dozens of identified shells. Colin on onset our city in Baghdad which is just outside of Baghdad and as there's more than one report on this it's been popping up since since like up until I went live this is a journalist pointing out they multiple blasts were heard in the same area and here's another one just saying moments ago multiple blasts hurt the same location at least twenty apparently were injured and killed Now I mean really no matter how you spin this I do think there's a connection here with everything that's going on I mean everything I mean I mean look right now we have protests eight saw protest there's an Ecuadorian protests now there's protests everywhere people are protesting against corruption there protesting against the corrupt establishment governments that kind of seemingly over arched national borders and that's interesting to think about that's exactly what the yellow vests were talking about something is going on here and there supressing all of the massive protests around the world they just don't want you to see and weirdly enough they don't seem talking about Iraq at all which suggests to me that there's some cross purposes here at the very least but no matter how you spin this thing this what I was thinking about today because I truly believe that there's some weird manipulation going on in these protests which it's hard to believe that there's not always some kind of agenda going on behind the scenes a government sees a protest and they think oh we can use that somehow but no matter how you spin this whether you think the US is making this happen or not involved or whoever it's bad for the US government how you look at it as this is created government in Iraq that's right now shooting protesters in the head or so the reports and the video showing but no matter how they spin it this is a government a country that the US government illegally invaded overthrew their government toppled their structure through into chaos as they'll continue to report things are worse whenever there's more terrorism than ever the government now is saying you now need to leave even though you created us and this all rips out and no matter how you look at it makes the US government look bad simply for blending happen being involved so in my view now looking at the way it's played out it might be that this is tired of the creation specifically of Mossad Israel's government which we know are in Iraq that's just a that's just the other logical conclusion I don't see any specific evidence that Israel made this happen but we know that there there we proved that they were they're using US passports we know that they've been bombing Iraqi locations from with interact from us-based yes so it seems entirely likely that this is some kind of secondary operation to force the US's hand in regard to Iran because we know it stems back to Israel's reader projects not just the Greater Israel project which is all the other things they have going on so think about that and how this is playing out and now the the protest itself is are we getting this is becoming a massive massive protest seemingly one of the biggest ones going on right now that is apparently ripped all the way across Iraq nearly one hundred protestors dead as calls grow for Iraqi government to resign which is interesting now now we have the the calls for for the government to resign that the US is backing while they're still in the country while that government is calling for the US to leave now some measure of this is likely manipulation is likely not true at all whether it's that the government doesn't want the US to leave at all and that's all a big show or the protesters I mean there's some level of this that this dishonest because there's far too many hands in this pot with people with cross purposes to for someone not to be driving this thing and again there's plenty of evidence sport that not proof but plenty of evidence and data points to suggest that there are people driving this thing now five days of protests in Iraq which is quickly already out of roll the government is rapidly losing control of the situation police are opening fire on public protesters and currently cute curfews are all across the country while essentially being ignored by all the protesters running around the country. I I found it interesting as well and again this is why find this bad as it looks for the US government regardless of how involved in this because now we have the Iraqi government shutting down Internet like martial law across the country while understand that is we're always pointing out if this was happening in Venezuela you know how this would be spun we did they tried to spin it the same way but you don't see people right now this out at least not of the mainstream media not in the way they were against Venezuela now I was going to show you how it was literally nowhere on the mainstream pages but I think you already know that and even when you go to the world's specific page of Say Fox News and search for Iraq it's like the very very bottom thing after like seven scrolls to get to something at the world page at the bottom even though it's like the massive protests the most the largest protests going on right now but of course to me that suggests that he just don't want you talking about on it but they want you to know they want to be able to point to that later and say well look we did talk about it but we just made sure it was very very very ignored basically so it comes down and apparently Saudi and Kurdish TV stations in all of this were being stormed as well which might show us something now it could just be that they happened who knows what the motivations were but understand we're talking about Saudis and Kurds who are very clearly linked with a larger agenda in all of this in Syria and Iran backed by the US and plenty of things going on Kurdish the Kurdish in general have a clear tied to Israel in general so all of this seems tied and maybe we're looking at a genuine grouping of people who are who recognize that the Iraqi government had no intention of kicking the US out like they were saying and just want an an and then recognized that the Saudis and the Curzon everybody are continuing to occupy their country so maybe that's why they rated these TV stations now let's just my take on it now death tolls continued to rise with apparently some report showing it over a hundred now anti corruption protests sweeping and calls from prominent figures understand including religious leader Muqtada AL solder or star solder for the government to immediately resign though some forgot about him understand now SA- Saddam it'll just say star I'm probably mispronouncing names. Sad our all says that the entire government should resign right now and prepare for early elections guess what with international monitors invited to oversee things which doesn't really sound like some kind of military coup does it but understand that these international elections me nothing if the US is not doesn't have its fingers in control of it just like we saw with Denison Ayla where we have like thirty international monitors including people that were tied back to the US government it said it was one of the most legitimate elections ever seen and they just said we disagree but we weren't even her that that is how they do this but these people are literally calling for the entire government to resign which light will never happen and for elections immediately with international monitors involved which in my take unless that's all ally seems to make them seem a little bit more legitimate now Saddam has also called for the resignation of the of multiple individual government officials and called on his specific Seri on parliamentary it's the name of his group which is the largest in the largest group in parliament by the way to suspend its activities so basically shutting down his little section and on Friday the national access alliance the largest suny parliamentary bloc also announced the suspension of its parliamentary activities in response to the protests but I find it interesting that it's a suny parliamentary bloc seeing out Suny is that's a hobby connection Shiites Shia is what Iran entizar so it's weird to see that this was just shows at least in this case these the suny parliamentary group in this area is clearly just part of Iraq they don't see their tie religiously more important than retie of where they're from and their government you see that's the opposite when it comes to people like the Saudis and Israel and and the people who try to make it about which I'll get to in a more in a moment is the idea of this religious aspect that they pretend other people are doing which is clearly seemingly predominantly coming from their group now Prime Minister Adel Abdul he doesn't seem to be on board for that the current Prime Minister of course he doesn't want to lose power and it is once again of course just reiterating calls for protesters to abate the curfew like that's going to work and promised that political reform was coming but of course he's been promising that reform basically since the moment he was elected the lack of delivery on that is clearly a reason why these protests are growing and indeed some of I mean again now this this is what I was the one of the main continue to see circulated or videos now I haven't been able to personally verify that this is in fact the protests taking place in Iraq but I've seen some other I mean this this is a massive protest and as far as I can tell this is a legitimate but please let me know you find out one way or the other on this but overall we have all reports from all directions that these protests are unbelievably large and that to me is quite I mean think about this kind of thing and how it's not being reported on even in passing doc has to show you something same way they don't want to cover the yellow vest protest now again the same thing to understand what all of these is it that being the case it doesn't mean that there's not some manipulation going on and also it doesn't mean that there's not some organic aspect of the protests there's usually both involved here it's up to us to decide how far one goes or the other aw now Iraq is right now ranked the world's twelfth most corrupt country according to Transparency International's corruption perceptions index now according to official figures since two thousand four and this is what the people are upset about right now this is why these people are very very unhappy since two thousand four almost four hundred and fifty billion dollars of public funds have just vanished into the pockets of politicians and businessmen that reminds you of I don't know maybe the twenty one trillion dollars that are just on accounted for right but we're not the.

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"iraqis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"iraqis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Be on the Ukrainian Ford at the time the vice president Biden was leading the Obama administration's efforts in Ukraine. I think it's worth looking into the president made it very clear that he believes that he believes are are other nations around the world should look into it as well. public and leaders of add two reactions to the president's public call for foreign governments to investigate a political rival silence and supports Hong Kong's leader going the extra step if you will to ban protesters from wearing masks to conceal identities in a hardening government stance over demonstrations that have gone on for four months chief executive Carrie lam announced it this morning her use of sweeping security legislation hasn't been invoked essence Hong Kong riots in nineteen sixty seven it also allows her to by pass our legislature the move marks a dramatic toughening in a response to the most serious crisis that hit the city since it reverted from British to Chinese rule in nineteen ninety seven meanwhile Iraq's prime minister is addressed his nation calling on protesters to go home saying their demands have been heard the prime minister says security measures including the temporary curfew are difficult choices and like into them to better medicine that's been hard to swallow his speech was televised early Friday demonstrations there as several people have been killed several people injured they started earlier this week Iraqis are not happy about the financial situation in their country or the leadership.

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"iraqis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

12:23 min | 3 years ago

"iraqis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Team USA got to sell the World Cup back what are the positive here looking for the positives cool man headed into the all star game and the Rockies got to a few things to be thinking about here good news here's a positive flocks like Kyle Freeman's gonna be back sooner rather than later so we may see him even as Iraqis get set to return here after the all star break so we'll see we'll talk a little bit about that here's what's on tap for us to get a little extra time because rocky's got no no there for a little while the tax line is open eight five six six nine zero you can call wing certainly have some Frank discussions I would imagine three oh three seven one three eight five eight five is the number if you want to jump on board he will get a little bit of time Tracy wrinkles he's gonna joys about six o'clock and we will Takelot baseball talk all stars we'll talk futures is well futures games going at tonight been bound for the Rockies going I am not one and that's being played at Cleveland so they've got the futures all star game today home run derby tomorrow get the all star game on Tuesday and that the players get a couple days off as they roll here and a disappointing finish for Colorado in the Arizona series I don't know if I'd feel frustrated I mean we can go back to start looking at standings here and the Rockies still hanging in there for the wild card round that's for sure back we're gonna talk quite a bit a baseball here such as Rockies baseball but we can also talk a little bit about when the trade deadline rolls and what exactly right he's gonna end up doing at the trade deadline I don't know their game under five hundred now game under five hundred they've lost six in a row the jury said eleven of their last fifteen it has been a tough run and it all starts with the pitching does that right he's get shut out yesterday for stand that'd happened since April eleventh they don't get shut out very often so you have a power outage and then you have John gray inconsistent and Ehrmann couldn't white find everything I mean it's a nice tool there for a while Sir push into the sixth I was a nice tool you know err my could carry them all way through the game and I had to go to the bull pen I mean that have been great no wishes nuts candy and such but you don't have a guy that's going to take you the law the whole way months ago that would do that and it was going to happen today planer divisional game Tina Noshiro well a team that you just jumped all over and have been all season long and you turn around go on the road he gets swept by them first time Arizona its foot down since last year it happened before in late June I can be negative and down on this team and just say well you know what it's not gonna happen this year and we could just throw it all in but keep in mind this game eighty nine still have seventy three games to go and this one it's a ways to go last I checked Padres were beaten the Dodgers I know Rockies got a long way to go there in the NL west you're certainly a fifteen out now mean they're they've they're going the wrong way we talked about last week also recycle the medical background like the Rockies had actually for the week going into last Sunday they'd actually picked up a game of the Dodgers with they were eleven back single digits I said when a fifteen now that's I guess you could book go back and look at July fourth you're still double digits out but you get to this point here and now almost no matter what LA does they're gonna run away with the division you can't expect team to end up going you know two weeks of I gotta go in fourteen right or one thirteen I just don't see one of those streaks happening Gigli with pitching that they have but the Rockies coming into today they were two and a half games back in the wild card so even with a six game losing streak figure three back now you're behind Philadelphia in Philadelphia is a half game behind Washington you know Milwaukee's trailed off a little bit remember we were talking last week of the Rockies role the said they were kind of tied with Philly for that last wild card spot you were chasing the Milwaukee or Chicago well now you got a leap frog three teams in Saint Louis who is made up ground there have game better than Colorado now Arizona's two games better than Colorado in Milwaukee who is a game better so the doom and gloom feels a little bit more today than it did a week ago because a week ago you said and your you know like eleven games out in well I don't know that this could be tough to catch him but you look to the wild card you were essentially tied for that last wild card spot so you weren't playing grades you'd been handled by the Dodgers a little bit but he was still paying you're right there you you had both hands essentially on the playoff spot there well now you're going to the all star break if you gonna sit you're gonna stare at the standings then you're gonna have to stare at three teams that are in front of you now and what were we talking last week don't just give a damn good if you're if it's gonna be a wild card you better win maybe the top wildcard team she could host the wild card game at Coors field because that's been where you've played bass to certainly lately I mean you're six teams that are five hundred on the road you lost his last three games of course down in Phoenix at home your five games over he your certainly more comfortable playing there we'll talk to visions will talk where everybody sits as we go into the all star break certainly not the way that it's going to finish up but there are some teams that are running away from there respected visions that's for sure Houston Minnesota didn't have as big a lead as they had before but a Lannister to put some distance on Washington and Philly now and the Dodgers you have the biggest lead over the Arizona Diamondbacks too by the way of leap frogged over Colorado but that second spot in the division let's see here's the thing where is the only things that they have a chance now the diamond backs think okay or right there now I didn't think that they were going to be a playoff team I just didn't see that they are can you give them hope because they figured you out now after you've been beaten up autumn all season long and now the Rockies are the ones that are gonna be kinda down in the dumps down players gonna get some days off here for for David dolls gonna go for the first time cover story is gonna go for his second time Charlie Blackmon is going to be there and all and are not always going to start for a third straight year at third base for the National League club some of that is and will say this because as many times as we **** and moan about all star selections how can the rockets don't have more guys are talented I got made out way of four guys in there now cool play like a team that probably should have four guys in there but they have over the last couple of years and that's kind of how the all star ballot goes and how coaches players can determine guys to I'm not saying that all four more deserving I'm I'm just saying the Rockies to get a little bit of an advantage because even the playoffs last couple years to three oh three seven one three eight five eight five is the number that sour a phone line and where to get to a couple folks on board here so we'll jump to you guys tex light is open to five six six nine zero as well we'll talk to Tracy wrinkles be coming up at six o'clock to all right let's talked to Ted has been hang out with this listed from little ten Ted what do you got for some rocky three Hey Corey Hey a week we are we are I've got you know quite a few times about the Rockies and and especially going into the season and you know it it's the same deal I mean it's it's a frustrating thing for to me for fans big because you have gone into this season they got Daniel Murphy they lost Adam out of you know do you feel a menu Gonzales and they got lucky and the and they're all talking about how much better are going to be the fact of the matter is they lost for contributors got one that was hurt most of the beginning of the season so how they're going to be better they didn't pick up another pitcher which is what you get more one of the absolute you know must we're gonna be gone into this season and they didn't help the relief corps don't wait where they should be I wonder how did they get better yeah tendency for kind of felt like they stick kind is stored they don't they were standing Pat after last season like they almost won the division and so you wouldn't get Daniel Murphy right yeah they didn't say didn't talk much to DJ lemay here lost in the eighties and he's gonna you know we played second base for the American League clinical it's been planned first base to right I mean I well and we we it's that's why we got movie it it feels like and you know I was okay with it but as the season started going you saw some of the same deficiencies there yeah now I am twenty twenty hindsight it feels like they probably should have more the off season I mean who knew the cow freedom is gonna get set back to triple way in el who knew the Tyler Anderson's knee was going to but you know give out on a man you know there's two guys down you know but you but you see the just like and I make this analogy and just like with race horses if the you know any good and then a great well the next race they're not going to be great again and it's the same thing with failing I mean you can't expect the guy you know that one as many games as they did to win five more it just doesn't happen in this way yeah and you know your requests and any did and who would know that if we get requests so much to go to triple a but he did and and John gray you know I I said twenty three John gray was was really good but he's still a head case yeah every time he comes off the mound and every time because in that dug out you know but blacks talking doom or somebody else is talking to Homer you know the catcher going out and talking to all ages I don't know to me he's as those lapses that.

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"iraqis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"iraqis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The Iraqis had twelve runs fourteen hits with two hours and twelve runners left on base. The giants had eleven runs nine hits. No errors and left. Six runners aboard the winning pitcher is Brian Shaw. And they used to use the phrase for that he vaulted the win as he blew the lead and the Rockies immediately turned around and went back ahead and gave him the win. He's two way. Davis got his sixth save of the year. And he just barely got it. That was supposedly the the easy save you come in with three run lead. And he's still had the three running to down. And nobody on the giants finally got to run home and had the possible time run at installing physician before he finally put into it. The losing pitcher Tyler Beatty of the giants. He is Owen one Tyler Austin had two home runs for the giants. And drove in six runs are not number ten Reynolds. Number four, Desmond number four for the Rockies. Three home runs all against the giants starter. Derek holland. The time of the game was three hours and fifty six minutes before a crowd of. Well, we really can't put it that way. The official paid attendance was twenty five thousand three hundred sixty eight tickets sold Darren Chan has been our producer engineer by color, and Jacob Allante our network coordinators tomorrow night, the giants back home again to article park to take on the sensiti reds after that wild weekend in Cincinnati. Derek Rigas will be up against Louis Custodio and deg rig is trying to get his season back on track. After he got roughed up by the reds at the great American ballpark. Seven fifteen. First pitch tomorrow night, the pre-game show on the radio will begin at six thirty. We'll see then I'm John before Dave limit and our colleagues doing, hyper and Shawn ESTES on behalf of our colleague, Mike Ruko who is on assignment. Now, stay tuned. Our post game show will be coming along. Shortly. The final scored again here from Denver the giants Rockies end up. Splitting the series as Colorado hangs on to beat the giants today. Twelve to eleven. Has been sponsored by your northern California Honda dealers at norcalhondadealers dot com. Dignity health, the official health care provider of the San Francisco.

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"iraqis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"iraqis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"McMahon gets to third. It'll be a double in an RBI in all likelihood for Ryan McMahon. And then the air allows third round home ficials score ended up giving Ryan McMahon. Just a single, but the Rockies still at the three to nothing lead. No tough decision for the official score on the next batter. Chris I n the Rockies with the three run lead. And they'll add to that. As I another drives it the left centerfield, it'll go to the wall. Mcmahon crews this home, Chris I Etta with an RBI double four nothing Rockies. Good day for Chris Annetta, besides working with Kyle Freeland. He had two hits and a walk. The Iraqis would touch the dish four times in that fourth inning in. You take any one of the four. They were safe at home presented by the rim. Pro partners in CASA the mission to be advocates for abused in the elected children. The Rockies would add two more in the fifth inning Trevor's story at the plate going for two but had hit the ball hardest. Hard foul balls finally straightened one out in the fifth with Trevor is heads foul balls in this game on fastballs to ninety four hour pitch. And he's out ahead of the pitch. Which this one hit the left going back Carrera to the wall. And this time he's gonna watch it. Go. Touch of all time for Trevor's story and Iraqis.

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