18 Burst results for "Joscelyn"
"joscelyn" Discussed on Sierra Unfiltered
"And it was very transactional back. It was like I will make a video with you. You will make a video with me will shout each other ow and now it's like. I I meet someone. I see that like we get along well. Maybe our content similar. Maybe it's not like Joscelyn's content not that similar one of the best clubs I've ever done because we're friends and even long Hannah whitten. Can I totally different content not very similar. You have a great dynamic in your audiences are very similar so they want to be pushed to channels at maybe are a little outside of their zone like our educational and uplifting and have the same morals and I feel like I mean Hannah whitten and I were friends for like two and a half years before we ever for filmed video together just because we like each other we just get along and I'm so glad that Youtube has moved away from that Collab- culture I mean that also is when like challenges were what you did on your chance that it was like let's do the whispers spurs challenge. Let's do the I don't know speaking of challenges on like the earlier videos on my channel is a sibling challenge I did with my little brother and he was eleven when we did it and now he's about to be seventeen. Wait no he was twelve when we did it now. He's about to be seventeen and I think we should recreate because his voice hadn't changed yet and he was Little Baby Austin so precious. We need to get him on the PODCAST. We feel like him and Jordan know how we'd convince him. Let me pull up Austin Texas. I got my recreating celebrity photos video featured in a buzzfeed article and I sent the link to my family and everyone's like that's so cool Sierra and Austin just goes radical. I literally sent me. I should show you like a gigantic tax being like I'm so proud of the work you in Sierra doing your whole team is so wonderful so awesome..
"joscelyn" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty
"We supported we've hosted army navy for upwards of three hundred gold star families over the last five years and just continue to grow that network, but on a very intimate and personal level. I will Mike now you're busy guy. You gotta get some rest you getting up early again in the morning to to to keep doing your day job now. So I appreciate you taking the time to to join us and tell us a little bit about your journey. So thank you very much, brother. Thanks Conor beat Navey. Please clap. As always on own blog thirty fuck Osama bin Laden and anybody who loves them including his bitch ass on with the government is offering one million dollars to capture kill. I don't really care which one it is. But last Friday Saudi Arabia announced it has revoked the citizens if Saudi Arabia he helps your citizenship. Yeah. You're bad news. The bad news bear, I'll say their homes have been Laden the son of the late Al Qaeda leader who has become increasingly prominent figure and tear network. And I think that's a big time example, what's it called whenever you're if your dad or your mom's in charge, and you get preferential treatment. What's that word like nepotism nepotism third? I didn't know they practiced nepotism in Terre cell network's. But apparently, they do is. That's what's going on. With this fella that UN Security Council. Added Hamza to sanction lists. Meaning he is subject to an asset freeze and travel. Then there is. No immediate explanation of why the Saudi Royal decree. Stripping him of his citizenship was signed in November was only now becoming public because you think that's the kind of thing if you do something bad enough to get your citizenship revoked mashed probably come across a news wire, especially when you get sanctioned slapped on you by the UN as well all these like, I think because it they announce it literally the day after we announced our one million dollar reward for him. And I think in the same week the UN also came out, and it's kind of crazy because this same series of events pretty much happened with his dad, Osama bin Laden in nineteen ninety four when HAMAs that was just a child. So they think now this little guy, but she's probably like my age, he's in Pakistan, Fritz, lows trainings, and this Thomas Joscelyn who studies Al Qaeda, Al Qaeda whenever potato potato data. They all. But he was born literally right after Al Qaeda was founded. So if you think about it his entire life was consumed by this formation, the launching of its war against western America. And it's only knows. Yeah. And so he entered years old, by the way. Yeah. He's he's like our age, and the crazy thing, I didn't know this he married. The daughter of Mohammed Atta the lead hijacker of the September eleventh attacks and recordings have come out. Now where he's valeting revenge for his father's death. All these sanctions and all this stuff. Saudi Arabia also revoked some bin Laden's citizenship back in the day. Like, so all these things are happening over again. And it's like they think he's in the border of Pakistan. And so he is revenge for about a bad when we got his dad like he's like all about it. So. Are my favorite part of the story is rubber Neil tweeted out put them on the top of the stairwell confined him. Without a move. What a dunk passing. But. Yeah, I mean, I I have to imagine there. You know, there are a good amount of people looking for this gentleman right now within our security organizations special operators. There's definitely people looking for him right now. I never understood though, the rewards like the for you know, one million dollars for information. Because I mean who who really is going to have the ability who's gonna walk off the street and just have information. Oh boy. I mean, that's how they found bin Laden. Well, like tracking and shit like that. Materially worth it. Yeah. I guess they to give up your your identity or maybe potentially put yourself in harm, and you have to testify testifying one of the bin Laden's are like El Chapo and shit like the reward that led to his are the tip that led to his arrest and shit like that that's crazy, man..
"joscelyn" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"And as we saw this movie and may have been true to the time back, then people were kind of like turning on each other left, and right like if you weren't loyal to ever side. And so when true son kind of kind of betrayed the native American ambush. I just liked that he was like, no, this is my son like I raised him. He's my son. I'm not just. Like in one moment that he made a decision. I'm not just being like, I hate him. Now like, he's my family. So I really liked him as a character that he stopped away from being chief to play dead. Yes. Yeah. A great way to put it. Yeah. Like, I'm your dad. I, but I'm also the chief here, right? And then my favorite scene. I think my favorite scene, and it is kind of like Joscelyn's just kind of a moment. Not even really a full scene. I don't know if there was any one full theme that I loved. But there was the moment when true, son and half arrow, we're gonna steal two canoes this white guy and true sons like we shouldn't steal from him. I think he's half Indian and half era goes, oh, then we'll just take one of his canoes instead of both. Yes. There's still happen. Stuck? Yeah. Funny. Jake sometime, how the kids lives in the moment goes with it. Yeah. Those made me laugh out loud. Yeah. That was funny. It comes back. Why like why didn't you get the big canoe was metal wrecks around ahead of mental rope. I like how he's saying to like he almost gets like this like surfer vibe. He's like, yeah. We'll just we'll use the bigger. We'll take the bigger because two of us only like one him. Yes. I've only can laugh the most ridiculous. He was definitely the most exaggerated, which was you know, had its cons as well. But it was just I had to laugh because so many of his lines were just completely ridiculous. Yeah. Least favorite scene. Okay. At least favorite characters. Uncle see? For reasons. I've already mentioned. I'm just going to be honest guys. I just really didn't like the whole movie. I just really I wasn't a fan. I never need to watch this movie. Again, I'm glad that I can say I've seen it once. But like that was plenty receive what into dec-. Yeah. Home also gonna go Wilsey guy sucks. Donatus anything else? He's creep lease favorites scene. I don't know. I mean, it's okay. You can copy my answer. No. I'm trying to big vision. I think it's a think it's when I don't like his mom and his mom's being like the first scene with her majesty. Awful. No, my least receive has Wilsey being a creep Shanteau. That's hands down it. Yeah. Because he knows he has this power over her to and like he's playing that. Yeah. Because she thinks she's gonna worlds to go to put up with the sky or on the streets. Yeah. We'll see was my least favorite but at the same time. Like, I thought he was a really good billet. Like, he wasn't a fun Ville. But he wasn't someone that I'm like like, you're cool to watch. No. He was just really good at being really awful. Yeah. Route props to the actor..
"joscelyn" Discussed on Hurry Slowly
"Joscelyn K glide, and this is hurry slowly a podcast about pacing yourself where I explore how you can be more productive creative and resilient the simple act of slowing down. Today. I wanna talk to you about a concept pulled tender discipline, which I've been thinking about pretty steadily for the past six months. It's a funny phrase tender discipline, not unlike hurry, slowly, actually, one of those phrases that asks you to hold two opposing ideas in your mind at the same time, and then somehow makes sense of the tension being able to do this successfully is what the writer f Scott FitzGerald called the test of first rate intelligence, but I would say that it's simply the price of sanity in the twenty first century the ability to balance what's being asked of you with what you're asking of yourself, which is no easy task and the seed for this idea of tender disciplined with actually planted almost four years ago in the summer of twenty fourteen I went to see a healer, and I didn't know it at the time, but she would go on to have a major. Impact on my life. And as we sat down together for the first time, she asked me a question that I found rather bewildering. She said who are you without the doing as a deeply achievement oriented person who loves making stuff, I found the question difficult to process, I tried to think about it. But the questions to make something short circuit in my brain. Every line of thought seemed to lead me right back to where I started with my actions, the stuff I did the stuff I like to do. So I tried to think of a quality something that could stand alone. Curious. I said that's still involves doing something. She said curiosity is about seeking answers. I thought a little bit harder playful. I said. That's still involves doing something. She said play is an activity not a state of being. Who are you without the doing? I searched and searched, but I couldn't come up with an answer. Who was I when I wasn't in pursuit of a goal. Who was I wasn't trying to use my mind or my body to achieve something. Who was I without all the trappings of work, and my professional identity. I didn't really know. And I didn't find the answer that weekend that month or even that year. It wasn't until four years later when I went back to see that same healer again and in the lead up to my visit I've been chatting with her on the phone. I was telling her about all these things trying to do like switching to a healthier diet and exercising more. And I was lamenting the fact that I had not been able to make those changes yet. And she said be tender with yourself. Maybe you're not quite ready to make those changes. Maybe you just need more time. And I thought. Be tender with yourself what a foreign concept. I mean, of course, it sounded nice. But also wondered could I really get anything done. If I took that attitude what about the importance of discipline and showing up and putting in the work. We've been socialized to think of discipline as a sort of clamping down this idea of buckling down to get the work done. But what if disciplined wasn't about clamping down, but rather opening up? And I started contemplate this idea of tender discipline. And of course, as it often happens once you open up your mind to a new possibility some pieces of the answer started to pop up. One of them was a book called Shambala, the sacred path of the warrior, but Chong Trump a meditation master teacher and an artist who founded the rope institute in Colorado, and it offered me some new perspective on the ideas of both tenderness, which in western culture, we often think of as soft or even week and feminine and discipline, which we often think of as strong driving masculine. Here's Trump on the power of tenderness. He writes. Developing tenderness towards yourself allows you to see both your problems injured potential accurately. You don't feel that you have to ignore your problems or exaggerate your potential? Far from making us weak or soft wood developing tender attitude towards our selves, actually, does is bring clarity clarity about both what you can accomplish. And what you can't accomplish. So that you needn't continue in this vicious cycle of taking on too much and constantly being overwhelmed because you're afraid to admit yourself that there is no way you can actually accomplish all of these things that you've committed to instead, you can see that your potential energy and attention are not infinite, and you can see when you've committed to too much, and it's become a problem..
Afghanistan: Taliban rejects ceasefire extension offer
"And net two phone world news report brought to you with important headlines from political and battlefronts around the world in berlin the ceo of audi a very good german carmaker was arrested for his part allegation in fraud about emission standards these last years he's under arrest in volgograd this headline is very important if your team england or its rooster reuters england defeated tunisia this is the world cup match volgograd used to be called stalingrad in washington the inspector general of the of the department of justice fbi mr horowitz and the director of the fbi mr ray both testified to a senate committee about the about the repeated instances of bias in the horowitz report that was summed up as saying there was no bias in the decisions made by the players in the horowitz report there were instances however that were mind numbing the comments especially by peter strock disdaining people who shopped at walmart and supported donald trump i'm sure this will come up again because these are political matters as well as legal matters i turn now to the war fighting bill roggio and tom joscelyn of the foundation for the defense of democracy or here because much of the action in these last weeks has been in afghanistan you will recall the trump administration is committed itself yet again after the obama administration after the bush administration to solving afghanistan it is discouraging however to read these headlines i start with tom to report on the taliban rejecting a ceasefire extension it was controversial to begin with whether there was a ceasefire whether the government was insisting upon this ceasefire for what you'd have to say negotiations or taking time off for a religious holiday but now the taliban is rejecting the ceasefire tom a very good evening to you the taliban is resuming and i'm following reporting that you and bill have done a tax on the state on the afghan national army on the on the nato contingent the isaf contingent is there any significance to the taliban and the and the central government trading these barbs does this does this proven advance is this some kind of new relationship or is this typical.
"joscelyn" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Provinces into the far more far flung areas of afghanistan you see the afghan military struggling or or actually on the run from the taliban in some cases and and this is one of those cases where the taliban clearly have the upper hand and keep in mind ghazni's one of those strategic provinces where the taliban move in from afghanistan or from pakistan and stage rail hated of us ghazni is as a strategic area where it could redeployed sports as we saw this in the bin laden documents there been raids against al qaeda leaders and operatives in this province so it's it's a key area that is falling under taliban control they're giving video too boasts to recruit they could send this video to the afghan government and say where are you bill there is no there is no risk for them i wonder even why they cover their faces tom joscelyn i'm john batchelor.
"joscelyn" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"Joscelyn told me about your iphone my iphone well it is pretty stripped down i mean i just i have one of the se's the only you know the last remaining tiny iphone because i am a person with tiny hands and i you know i don't have much in i have like three things in my doc and i only have twelve apps on the home screen because i like i'd like to keep it kind of clean and kinda minimal you know and then i do things like i have like my email is like four swipe screens away from the home screen i am i've really been in this'll probably make me somewhat unusual in terms of your guests but i've really been trying to do everything i can to kind of decouple many of my work actively he's from the phone so that i just feel a little bit less attached to it so when i need to focus on things that have nothing to do with my phone it's not that hard to do to impact a few things that are because there was a lot of information but the i i'm with you i think that you know there's this whole thing going on now and we'll talk about this later in the show about you know not getting so engage with your door is isn't allowing you to kind of disconnect a little bit but so so one of the things you did is you put your your email app force wipes away so is it four different screens of apps that you have to swipe through to get to e mails that what you do.
"joscelyn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"And more on that women's hockey team they beat canada three two it was the first shootout yeah in the olympics women's final and again it's snaps candace reek of four straight gold medals we last one in the first ever a women's hockey tournament in the olympics in nagano in 1998 yet candidates had a twenty four game olympic win streak including a two one victory over the us in the prelims but we get it back with the goal from jostle a joscelyn lemerre davidson triple deeks on the six shot in the shootout just a fantastic patient move by her and then you know obviously others involved is while she scores that winning goal so that's going to get a lot of a lot of the press in the highlight deservedly so mary rooney how about eur twenty year old goaltender twenty years old stand in there and just obviously for the entire game made a crazies a great save in overtime and then you know in the shootout made the the left the fifth shot and the six shot by canada because after l'amiral made her shot we still had to wait grew ahead to stop there than we did really stopped canas last shot and we when the goal to just one a fantastic feeling that has to be there there are all overdue interviews now it's like eleven o'clock in the evening there in south korea and you know they've been adjoining cells and more power to so are good for them on what they've done yeah and know lemerre davis and gets all the credit for the triple dick shot but if amanda castle who's this the sister of phil castle right penguins if she doesn't come up with the top shelf goal when it was our last go round to tied at two in.
"joscelyn" Discussed on Love 860
"Know that cardi be is everything that joscelyn one it on toronto to arkloef for active agreement both of them are awesome i mean you had i wanna you made the comparison you begin our cjd did their stevie jade one said that his wife ex wife trying to blind we go that because he retained couldn't get joscelyn the where cotti do i mean we don't carter be that song is not financed i'm just saying amee we you unless they invited you don't know what's gone a train you know don't know what's going to love you deserve to be consistent key put your stuff out there you know so but the vegas talk is the fact because you know uh to get beyond saying daisy to an award show there's a lot of negotiation is a lot of all kinds of stuff that goal or are expert but right now everybody trying to negotiate a con marwa they wanted to show up there on a chip and it an audience what are you so you're now you're now with jay the ambience they and blue with the through the entire grams although there was a sikh pillar in beyond safety for me now to see the bathroom whatever while she formed petition for dan i don't know she was not hurt see so there was a seople ambience they seaport me uh but uh for them to get snub the arrest talking about the fact that they were snubbed jason came i mean he came what is this this fight the power alba basically it's almost like a of fight the power i'm sorry policing jennifer volvo it means we got some entertain who entertainment where we sit in it's all about no i mean he is now you want entertainment but kendrick lamar madison it'll came in and make him to the montazah alibi anthems and things like that fell why you sit in days ikeja okay now we are winning start that warburg already you know where that were has already started at you know kids memorial he came are your we understand our own an extra what did you say i'm saying that it lamar only did that because of bad we go are we going through but his abbas not liked that though kendrick lamar album is not all fight the pows not off i vow day the was out but i.
"joscelyn" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Kind of the bottom of the ninth inning on joscelyn's walk off when in arizona escapes the seller with a threetwo win well it's not retiring now it's graduation as i said on thursday i'm joining baseball's student body hugh fans and now i can lend my voice and sheer unabashedly for the padres in seasons the come its upward in its on word my love affair with base called uh we'll continue that's the final broadcast of dick in berg when he was the announcer for the padres this past season and you heard him say he was not retiring in he did not he went on to start a podcast that we were lucky enough for him to record twelve episodes of that you can still listened to and and tragically last night dick passed away we think it was a heart attack at the age of eighty two in his home in lahore yeah i'm john ireland along with ramona shelburne and mama i hope i am communicating to the audience what mike my goal today is to let everyone know what it was like to grow up in los angeles as a gigantic sports fan in the '60s and '70s and be able to listen to dick and berg call not just one thing but everything he he called ucla basketball he was the voice of the angels he was the voice of the rams then he went to the network any covered everything at the network he was the voice of the nfl he did the olympics.
"joscelyn" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"They broadcast they broadcast all over the band as nature tends to nature's not very good at engineering like quality radio broadcast but he can put a lot of energy into it and these things do put out a lot energy and you might say well you know where does that energy come from it comes from the spinning of the pulse i so ultimately the pulse are slow down because they're radiating away all their energy into space they slow down the fate from the heavens and you just have these uh invisible highly dense strange object sitting around dead stars get it's it's a fascinating it's it's kind of like asking why studied black holes and you know tomorrow night's guest on your show me shoe kaku can probably tell you twenty different reasons why you might want to study them but it all comes down to understanding the extremes of physics the edges of what we know well what would be the characters uh the characteristics of of a pulse or other than other radiation it it's spinning there's thinning uh how fast it varies a great deal some of the first ones that were found and they were found kind of accidentally in the 1960s in cambridge england uh because they were using a radio telescope they had appointed at this guy and a young woman who was working uh for the observatory by name of joscelyn del famous the earth joscelyn bell uh she have to notice that in one particular direction they were looking at they got these radio signals that came in not as the steady hiss but as a series of pulses a p p route launched the second row okay right and for a while they called them el gms little green men because so they did there were there were they didn't know what they were in the seriously thought as well something is regular is these things are uh might just be a deliberate transmission from some civilizational and it took a about six months before they decided that this was a natural phenomenon actually her advisor or advisor uh got the nobel prize for this work joscelyn bell did not but that's sort of sexism i think is gone from astronomy these days hold tight says we'll be right back it is bottom of the.
"joscelyn" Discussed on WCTC
"To the hardwood as she was on the baseline for fled the first heat talent who jeered ya and to belying goes tyler skates to song was just incredulous that she got that foul called on her but it was her body that made the contact nodar on tyler escape just recently climbed to six on the alltime rutgers scoring list head of to leash our austin and a second good thirty two nineteen tyler of course great score here for the scarlett nights having a terrific senior season redshirt senior season mike member pasture she sat out last year due do a medical redshirt poor poor pressure here but the scarlett nights but virginia does get it across the make court line seven minutes and 40 seconds left in the third quarter or you lead is eleven thirty the nineteen as the largest lead of the game for the scarlett nights tyler escaped with a steal got her hand in there and pick the pocket and rectors gets it across the record y k k sanders scarlett i france applaud the good defense there if anything if there's any fans in the country the no good defense his niece call the night fans zeal raucous sanders top of the kate bilo escaped back to sanders pops up thorny off the back rim doesn't go and the cavaliers pull down the rebound joscelyn willoughby brings that across the mcchord mind an ansett now japan ever brand he has ground right hand dribble flips it inside trying to go inside to attack an interim were foul on the baseline zayed saunders down carrie once more those who consume toss australia's hold on g a second team fell souci cryer checks it to the contests fourcent state for what yours jundieh having all kinds of trouble trying to handle the basketball rutgers defense two nations groups reaching in slapping the ball away but the cavaliers rookie ten seconds remaining on the shot clock driving in unable to scores two sean comes back through station carrying pulls down on the baseline or omitted was.
"joscelyn" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"It was after that fiasco windy williams you know you guys know that she is committed to using drugs in the past she admitted that she has been accused again by fans for looking this shovel in eradicating behavior during tapie some viewers say that she might be going on more plastic surgery in psalm says that she's back on them drena back burrowed anyway get rid of gave it again optum genetics mob at anyways you guys know that she's very insensitive she's unapologetic and she's just has an effect to just turn people off so off an oon because we still watching her we still talking about it anyways what are you guys think do you think that wendy williams is using the pipe again do you think that she sniffing with the news he sprints was joscelyn hernandez please remember that to try to act rush eating remember her name because they had added to it because jaslyn post a mate stevie come to the show it did not only this tv national up within joscelyn so she tried to act rushing remember her name on wanted to episode of shade tree palm tree would allow anyways you guys let me know what you think is woody just fucking ignorant her down south leave your comments down below make sure you like answers a my name is make you baton and i wanna talk about what i'm itching effect imaging effect survival when my mother was carrying me everybody in my family told her that she needed to get an abortion she refused i survived when i was nineteen years old i discovered spoken word and it was like i discovered religion i mean i became evangelical about at the second that i thought i knew that that was that that was what are we supposed to do.
"joscelyn" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"In ways after that fiasco windy williams you know you guys now that she is committed to using drugs in the past she admitted that she has been accused again by fans for looking this shovel in eradicating behavior during tapie some viewers say that she might be going on more plastic surgery in psalm says that she's back on them dreadnought folks back folks anyway get rid of gave it again optum genetics mob at anyways you guys know that she's very insensitive she's unapologetic and she's just hasn't has an effect to just turn people off so off an oon because we still watching her we still talking about it anyways what are you guys think do you think that wendy williams is using the pipe again do you think that she sniffing with the news he sprints was joscelyn hernandez please remember that to try to act rush eating remember her name because they had added to it because jaslyn post stevie come to the show it may not only this tv now show up within joscelyn they show up so she tried to act rushing remember her name on wanted to episode of shade tree palm tree what a lot of shape anyways you guys let me know what you think is woody just fucking ignorant her damn self leave your comments down below make sure you like ants have sky my name was thomas high lou and my geniuses inspiring bomb i love to inspire youth to pursue different views it doesn't matter to me that a never had an opportunity to so you do teach inked will either step stuff that work with my students it just gives me a chance to try different things and really give him an opportunity to strive for stuff they never thought was possible jesus common.
"joscelyn" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"That second on that you have over on the coast or the mountains beer tastes conservative or from another demand uh you'll get it in just one visit take palm avenue just north of herndon creative tile is just west of the german auto dealerships in that building were bob hope you standard hurting the troops during world war two for real breaking news first though phone lines are open at four 9'0 fifty eight fifty these he's though jay apple tim show use taught five 81 ovalles km james prairie interesting for as we continue with congressman devin nunes anarchist tom joscelyn from the long war journal thomas going through all of these documents these papers that were brought back after the military took out osama bin laden and tom one question i would hamper you is within the documents that you've been able to to see thus far is there anything in there that we can use present day in our battle against isis now that's a would be a benefit to against them in our current battle against them meal that's my point well you know i think there is information that could be used against both isis al qaeda you know an isis sweet we certainly see a by um evidence that there were administrative orders given by leadership to how to set up their operations and how to structure themselves in some of that is probably dated but some of that is still sort of pertinent talents but you know the the bigger story here is that isis has in some ways obscured alqaeda's the picture and and because of that there's no doubt that isis grew into a global menace and i don't want to downplay that at all but but by the same token alqaeda has benefited from that in some ways that were served not expected or anticipated by policy makers in washington in one of them one of the ways is that al qaeda has a policy that's called not standing out so whereas isis every time they have a fighter in the middle.
"joscelyn" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"I'm john batchelor with tom joscelyn and bill roggio we're watching battlespace but right now we're watching isis in a debate with itself about statements religious rulings tom isis stay are an extremist organization but i understand from your report uh is extreme and then there's the extreme yeah this is an incredible story john um within i itself which of course all of us recognize is an extremist group we all know that there's no doubt about it but within isis an extremist faction arose which was even more extreme than the average extreme the nicest and what does has two of the issue with called kick fear which is declaring other moslems to be um infidels are apostates basically because they are or declaring them out of islamic communicating them from his lom because their apart uh uh apostasy order are harassing i'm sorry in any event uh what happened is it basically um this isis committee within the organisation they answers gobble all big daddy declared is essentially issue this ruling on may 17th it basically said if i declare somebody be to clear his goal gave committee consider going to be to clear then if you're an organization you do not declared to cure on them as well you don't ask me theme communicate them as well now we have the right basically to declare to clear on you and so this led to this basically vicious cycle where you're only be a few people left standing if everybody didn't go along with how the delegate a committee went about things essentially what this ruling did was it basically use honesty was already saying most of muslims are in the ring of the dan because they don't believe as we do now it was drawing the circle even tighter and saying that basically if you don't go along with us than the remaining muslims are also in the ring of the damned insists led to this sort of real um if vicious cycle inside of the islamic state it would probably be this this ruling was probably being used by one faction within the group to try and uh a wheel power over others as well order to sir marginalize the rivals for power within the organization is became tremendously problematic roar of the islamic state so on may on september fifteen they rescinded this may 17th ruling and now in the.
"joscelyn" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To have twelve percent of total auto sales be electric or hybrid vehicles within three years new fun says government incentives for fficials who want promotions used to be based on economic growth now the environmental record also counts filled that's why a little the government officials and they came to visit my home to see what exactly can be deng at the grassroots community and how to reduce the cop who footprint the jury is still out on how much of a global leadership role china will take on but regardless of whether china wants to use its diplomatic muscle to encourage other countries to go green economic policies are already achieving this probably in the longterm the biggest impact of china on the climate change issue has banned china's taking leadership on renewable energy that's analyst anders hove of the pulse in institute which promotes lowcarbon economic programs in china and the us when the cost of these energy systems fell partly dude to the scale of of wind and solar power in china that has a huge impact on the rest of the world because it is essentially made of these technologies costcompetitive with fossil fuels and that essentially has changed the name of the game for the discussion of climate change which a topic hove says soon the socalled energies of the future will be the energies of today and at that point instead of bickering over who pays for reducing pollution everyone will be busy installing clean sources of power because they simply make economic sense reporting from china this is joscelyn ford for america of fraud coming up next week travel to another beat lunar india also trying to transition to more renewable energy that some say that transition is not happening quickly enough we were also very busy surprise the huge amount of criticism that we walk for the fact that there the had not committed actually reducing the absolute among emissions and the fact that he will use in india would continue doing the things you want to join the conversation you can find us on facebook or twitter america underscore abroad all of them all oh.
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"Today you'll be glad you did visit cdc dark of forward such doing it good evening i'm john bachelor warfighting immediately we turn to bill roggio and tom joscelyn of the foundation for the defense of democracy reporting at the long war journal on the vast battlespace there are theater franz and we begin this evening with afghanistan the trump administration has not yet committed itself to a policy it afghanistan it is aware that the situation is deteriorating quickly that cavill is not secure that certainly the provinces are prey to the taliban and their alqaeda kindred of cave alqaeda is is prospering with the umbrella of the taliban the taliban is linked to all kinds of cutthroats right now we're going to the taliban linked to green on blue attack i don't recall reporting one of these for some time bill roggio is here bill what is greenonblue.