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Sen. Mike Lee's Comments on Challenging COVID Vaccine Mandates in Court

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

Sen. Mike Lee's Comments on Challenging COVID Vaccine Mandates in Court

"Now the Republicans have brought a lawsuit other groups daily wires bringing a lawsuit Others are bringing suits I hope they seek at least some kind of temporary injunction as well don't you Yes Yes I hope they do And look I think there is a very significant likelihood here Of beating this thing in the courts Now we can't rely on the courts to do it as we saw last week from the Supreme Court And that main dispute the Supreme Court refused to weigh in on an emergency basis So maybe there are enough justices who were not willing to intervene on an emergency basis I hope they'll do differently In this case given one of the egregious overreach under federal law that this is But Mark I tend to think maybe I'll get this wrong I tend to think this is the most egregious single act of presidential overreach since April 8th 1952 When Harry Truman seized every steel mill in the United States for the benefit of the Korean War effort the Supreme Court smacked that down only took him a couple of months I think the same thing needs to happen here But Mark there is a reason why the Biden administration waited Two months before issuing this thing And I think that reason has a whole lot to do with the fact that they knew corporate America would be scrambling to try to comply and not be flat footed Well in advance of this thing kicking in They knew that corporate America would do their dirty work and fire a lot of people in the maintenance That is disgraceful It's

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Kansas priest considered for sainthood is buried in Wichita

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Kansas priest considered for sainthood is buried in Wichita

"The Kansas pres considered for sainthood is buried in Wichita thousands of people filled in arena and what to talk to honor a Kansas priest who died during the Korean War army chaplain a milk upon died in may nineteen fifty one at a POW camp while ministering to fellow prisoners he was awarded the medal of honor in twenty thirteen coupons remains were identified and March and returned to his Kansas family last week in nineteen ninety three the Catholic Church name coupon a servant of god the first step in a lengthy process that could lead to sainthood I'm Walter Ratliff

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N. Korea offers talks, likely trying to get sanctions relief

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

N. Korea offers talks, likely trying to get sanctions relief

"North Korea's moving toward offering talks with the south likely trying to get sanctions relief the influential sister of north Korean leader Kim Jong moon says her country is willing to resume talks with South Korea if conditions are met indicating it once sold to persuade Washington to relax crippling economic sanctions Kim yo Jong's statement comes days off to ex but said missile tests were intended to show the north would keep boosting its weapons arsenal if the sanctions stayed in place she offered the talks while mentioning south Korean president moon Gyan school full of political declaration to end the nineteen fifty fifty three Korean War I'm Charles Taylor that's my

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They Call Us Justin Chon

They Call Us Bruce

02:29 min | 2 months ago

They Call Us Justin Chon

"Hello and welcome to another dish. They call us bruce. An unfiltered conversation about what's happening in asian america. I feel you. And i'm jeff yang and once again we have a fantastic guest on this episode. Somebody who's an old friend of ours over the podcast. And who has just evolved into one of those interesting attorneys filmmakers creators actors writers in the business of asian american filmmaking and that is justin chon who has a new film coming out blue by you which we have seen and i'm just so deeply my feels. I just. I q much to talk about that. I can almost like talk Welcome welcome to the show. Welcome thanks guys. Thanks is so great evac back on with you guys. You know. I just first off. I want to say that this has been some kind of a ride for asian americans. You know There was a time when felt like we couldn't tell any story is truly not them the way we wanted them to and when we did they had to be a certain kind of story over just the last a three four years. We started more idiosyncratic and yet really masterful new kinds of of narrative exploring explaining and just giving experiences around very different ways of being asian american and blue by us is right up there In in that world of like the minorities so just wanted to give you props for that and maybe ask bit. What the origin story in some ways of of this film. Was you know what i mean. You know Being asian american we all know. Adopt these you know it's I'm sure we all know that. Adoption originated the idea of international. Adoption originated in south korea after the korean war. And you know the whole family went there and the kids off the streets or whatever the case that needed families place a nice christian families in the united states and over the years become a big business in and you can't tell an asian narrative that's inclusive without including that storyline Without including that experience in this in this country So you know i. I'm friends quite a few adoptees and and I've grown up with few. And i started hearing that this was taking place at adopted. These were being imported in. I thought it was absolutely shocking.

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More Than 100 Senior Veterans Fly to Memorials Built in Their Honor

NBC Nightly News

01:30 min | 3 months ago

More Than 100 Senior Veterans Fly to Memorials Built in Their Honor

"Their service special flight. That brought american war veterans to our nation's capital today for the first time since the start of the pandemic so tech is going to be a fun day. I got up at one o'clock to come out here. Their journey started in chicago. One hundred twelve veterans board. A chartered flight to washington dc. Where they spent the day this moment almost sixteen months in the making the first honor flight since the pandemic and today three veterans from world war two thirty three from the korean war and seventy six from the vietnam war were recognized curtis bentley who served in the navy. During world war two join. Today's flight had been now three a three day. Bentley and the other one hundred eleven vets visited the world war two lincoln korean and vietnam. Memorial's i was a real honor. I'll never forget this. Never but for some of them. It was more about meeting other veterans and sharing stories. There's actually healing effect with them getting together with their fellow veterans that have experienced the same Situations heroes returning home tonight. After seeing the memorials built in their honor for their sacrifice and for our freedom

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The First Lady of the Black Press: Ethel Payne

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:44 min | 3 months ago

The First Lady of the Black Press: Ethel Payne

"Hello and welcome back from wonder media network. I'm jenny kaplan and this is encyclopedia manica. Today we're talking about a fearless journalist and civil rights activists witnessed and reported moved the most monumental moments in american history known as the first lady of the black press. Meet our pioneer of the day. Ethel l payne born in chicago in nineteen eleven to the children of slaves at those one of six siblings. She was raised by her single mother after her father's early passing in nineteen forty eight. Ethel was working as a senior library assistant at the chicago public library. She decided to move across the world to work for the army special services club in tokyo. When the korean war broke out in nineteen fifty ethel wrote extensively in her journal about the discrimination. She saw against african american troops stationed in japan. Even though the military had been ordered to integrate she noticed that soldiers were still segregated. She also noted the racial slurs commonly used against african american soldiers and the regular abandonment of babies born to japanese mothers and fathers. Ethel eventually showed her journal to a korean war reporter and he sent her observations to the chicago defender a newspaper that served african american communities. Breeders were

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Interview With Emily Rhudy of ForeFlight Pilot Support Team

Between Two Wings

02:05 min | 4 months ago

Interview With Emily Rhudy of ForeFlight Pilot Support Team

"And today we have. Emily rudy with us. She has been a member of our pilot support team for seven years now and is also a first officer. Aga- major airline. Emily thank you so much for talking to me today. Thanks for having me course. It's always great to talk to you especially a fellow emily at four flight. So we'd like to start off each episode by just explaining where we're at so behind me. I'm actually at pa- lashes. It's a great role coastal town in texas. You can fly their pick up this amazing decommissioned Crew car as you can see in the corner. Go out and get some seafood. Fly home. Great day trip. But where are you at. I'm in the bombardier seat of the twenty nine fi. Fi the air force. So how did you get to be in this spot and have this opportunity because that is amazing. The commemorative air force is a is a nonprofit organization. It's a living history museum and once in awhile. I go out with them. Certain air shows with the b twenty five between nine and just raising awareness so this was one of the tours a couple years ago. I took this photo waltham over colorado. I think so when they're going out and doing these tours. What are some of the main education points or objectives that they have Well it's you know to Educate inspire Honor the veterans that flew these men and women that flew these and just teach everyone about You know world war two and the korean war and these these warbirds flu and we're trying to go out there and raise money to keep them flying definitely and that's very important of course and i imagine with this opportunity you've had some very unique experiences or stories you can share with us. Oh absolutely You know we provide free rides for war two veterans so those are always a treat when you you know. There's not many laughed when you get to meet one And you know. Give them a ride or they get in the airplane. There was one guy that was probably ninety nine years old. And

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"korean war" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:53 min | 5 months ago

"korean war" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Great veteran story. His story. Joining us on the phone is Dick Comalco. He's a Korean War veteran as obviously we're talking about the Memorial Day holiday coming up on Monday. Welcome to the show there. Thank you for inviting me on. So I mentioned that you're Korean War veteran. I know that you are passionate about honoring those men and women who serve our country and including the people who have died in service of their country, But tell us about Korea. You are in for quite a while and you are sharing some stories with me earlier that are fascinating. Well, I'll start this way that the war in Korea started in June 15th of 1950. And I ended up going over there. The winner of 52 all of 53 during the fighting, and in July of 20, July 27th of 1953. Ceasefire was agreed to and all parties Stop the fighting. And at that point, I think that most of the people, United States just don't have an idea what was really going on over there. But I will mention this that 54,000 and over 260 men died during that 37 months or And I I I really came home back to Evanston, Illinois. Very few people even knew anything about it. So I took off my uniform and went back to college. You got married, got a job and Together. We raised four wonderful Children, plus all kinds of grandchildren over 14 grandchildren. But I never talked to anyone about my service. And all the years passed over 65 plus years. And in 2 16 2016. I got a call from the folks that honor the honor flight. And I said, No, thank you. I said, I expect the last 65 years trying to forget about this. Well, I finally broke down and may have to 2017. My son who was my guardian. He and I arrived at the Milwaukee airport at 5 30 in the morning. And I was absolutely blown out by over 200 people that were there, greeting us. Shaking our hands. Some of the girls even gave us a hug. And everyone just went out of their way to make us feel at home. The whole day was just one surprise an emotional trip after another. And this group of volunteers. Really outstanding because they're making veterans from all branches. The experience of how much Americans really carer and appreciate, which each bet has done to keep America. The land of Opportunity Dick of Alco joining us on WTF J. I wanted to point out that there's a local fundraiser, four Honor Flood. Do you want to find out more about the www dot sticks golf bar dot com or.

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Former Sen. John Warner Dies at 94, Married Elizabeth Taylor

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Former Sen. John Warner Dies at 94, Married Elizabeth Taylor

"Former GOP senator John Warner has died at ninety four after a life of war politics and Hollywood Warner served in the military during both World War two and the Korean War before becoming navy secretary and eventually the Senate armed services committee's chair known for his blunt questioning of generals like David Petraeus does that make America safer so I I don't know actually it from four stars to movie stars Warner was also married to Elizabeth Taylor she died nearly thirty years after their divorce thank you for all the heartfelt condolences that you've expressed for this iconic figure Warner's long time chief of staff says he died of heart failure yesterday with his wife and daughter at his side Sager mag ani Washington

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"korean war" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:24 min | 6 months ago

"korean war" Discussed on KOMO

"With all their different AIDS and unusual sight for Joe Biden and others because none of them were wearing masks. The assumption is that everyone of that table has been vaccinated, which is one of the requirements, at least in the White House and other places that if you have a vaccination and you're inside, you're fine. But they're also sitting in a little bit of part, of course. President Moon was also at an event today where President Biden honored the first medal of honor to a veteran of the Korean War, which basically helped save President Moons country are back in the fifties. It was for Colonel Ralph Puckett, junior 94 year old veteran who basically looked at the president's and while this fuss and you just mail this thing to me, and then here's what President Biden said. Fuck it. After 70 years rather than military, I would have walked it to you. So that was an interesting moment. There. It sounds like Colonel Pocket had done so much for race relations as well as credited with saving fellow Army rangers after he was shot in the war. Yeah, you know, it's interesting in such a stark contrast to some of the Medal of Honor Awards that we've seen over the last four years. You're not going to see this particular president? I don't think basically handing out Medal of Honor. Medal of Freedom honors to a people just because they're celebrities or because they like him or said nice things about one of the people who's received the Medal of Honor is Joe Biden himself. He was shocked by President Barack Obama just before they left office was completely surprised he had no idea that Do this year and Barack Obama said. I want to honor my friend Joe Biden. Joseph was thinking. Oh, this is your typical political speech. And then he gave Joe Biden one of the highest honors this country can bestow on a person, so he was incredibly humbled at the time. And anyone who does receive this honor really, typically does something pretty extraordinary for it. And certainly Colonel Ralph Puckett, at least Joe Biden thought he was deserving of this. Interesting. Also, The comparison of our last administration spent a lot of time building the relationship with the leader of North Korea. And now today, Joe Biden being with President Moon. He's probably spending a lot of time discussing the challenges of North Korea. Yeah, no one seems to have done a good job figuring out North Korea here. Remember that President Trump held these high drama meetings with Kim Jong UN, saying that North Korea had agreed to end its stockpile of nuclear weapons. It was going to denuclearize We've made a deal. People can sleep better at night. None of that turned out to be true. In fact, North Korea stockpile of nuclear arms is growing so fast. It's almost as big as those in India, Pakistan and Israel. So all of these, these big, high drama meetings of the president held with Kim Jong UN seemed to have achieved almost nothing in terms of any lasting peace or any lasting security. Which is why President Moon of South Korea is talking with President Biden today to say, Gee, how can you help us? Make sure that we are secure because they don't want nuclear missiles raining down on them or any other types of missiles, And there is no certainly no lasting peace or even a thought of any peace with North Korea at this point a B C's Andy field joining us from Washington. Thank you, Andy. Thank you. Come on. News news. Are you ready? Make your best guess Who is it? Who is it? Time for the co Moh afternoon Sound bite..

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"korean war" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:50 min | 6 months ago

"korean war" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"News Radio 600 Kogo live local breaking president Biden says the U. S and South Korea are expanding their global partnership a Marilyn Haider in the Cocoa News Center. At a news conference with South Korea's president at the White House, Mr Biden said the two countries will work hard to make sure North Korea Is free of nuclear weapons. Biden also said the U. S and South Korea will work together to advance cyber security capabilities. The White House is pleased the ceasefire is holding between Israel and Hamas militants. During a briefing, press Secretary Jen Psaki said the president does not support calls by some Democrats to block more than $700 million and planned U. S arms sales to Israel she described by its approach to the crisis as a flurry of quiet diplomacy. Earlier today, President Biden presented the Medal of honor to retired Army Colonel Ralph Puckett, who held Hill 205 over two days while fighting off Numerous attacks during the Korean War. He leads from the front. He leads by example, he leads to this heart. He's a ranger, and that's how it Rangers lead. That's how you lied so now It is my great honor. You asked for the citation to be read. And to award Colonel Puckett Junior Ralph Puckett Jr with the Medal of Honor. This is the first medal of honor President Biden has given since taken office as millions of Americans are rolling up their sleeves to get the vaccine. Jennifer Griffin is looking into why U. S military members are hesitant Blue Star Families and Covert Collaborative, which interviewed military families about whether they plan to get the covert vaccine found more people willing to get the shot. But those who remain hesitant needs certain accommodations from the Pentagon, such as being given a choice in which type of vaccine they get. The Pentagon says It's latest findings suggest 58% of its force has had at least one dose of the vaccine up from 37% a month ago. 40% of all U. S. Marines say they don't want the shot. Spouses of active duty members also remain reluctant, which could be a problem as hundreds of thousands of troops and their families plan to move to new bases This summer. Individual bases and installations have tried encouraging soldiers to get the vaccine by offering days off to those who are vaccinated, among other incentives. And the effort to reach those not yet vaccinated is getting up close and personal. Over the past three weeks, canvassers from alliance San Diego had been going door to door and underserved communities Getting the word out on getting the vaccine. Christopher Rice, Wolves, Wilson of Alliance, San Diego tells reporting partner 10 News. It's about overcoming the barriers to getting the information out there when someone knocks on your door with information who looks like you Who talks the way you talk who lives in the same neighborhood? You live in. Your more likely to listen to them. They're hard hired is part of the state's healthy Future California program. And why would Angelina Jolie pose covered in bees? Angelina Jolie making a buzz worthy statement, the actress covered herself in bees for a striking national geographic portrait to raise awareness for world Be Day. A video posted to the magazine's instagram page show Jolie completely unfazed as the insects crawl. All over her chest, neck and even her face photographer Dan Winter, says Joe least a perfectly still covered in bees for 18 minutes without a staying to pull off the photo. The Oscar winner said that she couldn't shower for three days beforehand and had to plug her nose and ears to the insects wouldn't fly in. Jolie was recently named Godmother for the Women for Bees Program, which supports female beekeepers around the world. That's Mary Corsetti with the report the Dow up 1 23 of 34,207. Now let's check your real time traffic..

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President Biden Awards Medal of Honor to Korean War Hero

Larry Elder

00:56 sec | 6 months ago

President Biden Awards Medal of Honor to Korean War Hero

"Is awarding his first medal of honor to a 94 year old retired Army colonel for bravery more than a half century ago in the Korean War. In remarks during a Medal of honor ceremony at the White House, president Biden said Colonel Ralph Puckett continues downplaying his bravery. Your first response to us hosting this event was You ask why all the fuss while the fuss? Can't they just mail it to me? I was gonna make a joke about the post office. But it started not to do that. Colonel Puckett. After 70 years rather than military. I would've walked into you over two days in November. 1950 Puckett is first lieutenant help the eighth U. S Army Ranger company to secure a strategically important hill. Market sprinted across the open area to draw fire so that Rangers could find and destroy enemy positions. Biden called him a true American hero. On Wall

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Biden Bestows Medal of Honor on Korean War Veteran

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Biden Bestows Medal of Honor on Korean War Veteran

"President Biden has awarded his first medal of honor to a retired army ranger for bravery during the Korean War to date we are hosting a true American hero ninety four year old Ralph Puckett junior is an army legend and the president says the award is long overdue more than seventy years overdue last year's defense policy bill removed a requirement that such awards to be given within five years of a valorous act the president says he was told pockets response to the White House ceremony was to ask why all the fuss suggesting they could have just mailed him the metal colonel pocket after seventy years rather mail it you know to walk to to you Sager mag ani Washington

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Biden to Award 1st Medal of Honor to Korean War Hero

WBZ Midday News

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

Biden to Award 1st Medal of Honor to Korean War Hero

"Of honor today, the highest medal awarded by the U. S military. The recipient is the soldier said to be the father of the modern U S. Army Rangers retired Colonel Ralph Puckett. CBS is Laura Podesta with more. The award acknowledges his actions during the Korean War in November, 1950 when he risked his life three times running into an open area to distract Chinese forces attacking his platoon, But nothing Ranger special and what we did, and defending Hill 205. It was just sure infantry Wolf Air close hand pocket. He said he was surprised to be selected as a Medal of honor recipient but is glad it acknowledges his Ranger comrades shirt. I felt that Bye. Rangers deserved recognition and that kind of Ah award for what they had done. Laura Podesta, CBS News As

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"korean war" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:54 min | 6 months ago

"korean war" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Really is I look at this. I think we're gonna need the booster shot because we need another $4 billion into the corner. My Let's go get that in before. Let's say let's say September Perfect. That's right. Right before we have to report those earnings for, uh, number during a CEO Devis Steven with a breathe over his name, agreed with this information, confirming Dr Anthony Fauci suggestion for booster shots. Next round of shots are expected to be free, like the first shots. Do. We only just need one or we have to do the double back to back. I guess you just get the one this next time, right? It's a booster. They're saying Booster shot, not shot racket. What? We're just forever and ever. Just by in the cove it booster. Yeah, but, you know, we get flu shots. A lot of people get flu shots every year. I mean, doesn't last forever. I don't remember if I've gotten vaccines in the last I don't remember the last time other than Cove it I don't know of any vaccine have received about polio. Well, when I was a kid, Yeah. Did you get chicken box? I had all of it was one of the last like I think I only like five or six years after kids stopped getting chicken pox after me now they don't get it. They don't know That's why kids are weak. Thank you. Yes, we do. Have we kids if you have a peanut allergy week. Well right now. Yeah. You're probably homeschool. Double whammy. You know the reality, though. I mean, seriously, I don't remember the last time I had a vaccine of any kind or a booster of a vaccine. I maybe I'm supposed to get it. I don't even know I don't have any idea. I'm just taking my chance, hoping I don't get polio. You know where you could probably go get a vaccine shot. Where would that be? E Don't see going sponsors. They're not our sponsor because they're out of the next round of shots are expected to be free. Like the first one. Ernie, will you be needing booster shots later this year? Well, I suppose I will. I'll get it if it's available next year, any topic on Friday, President Joe Biden will present the Medal of Honor for the first time since he took office honoring a US veteran of the Korean War. His I guess the value as a veteran of the Korean war and he fought in Vietnam, okay? The recipient of the nation's highest military award is going to Colonel Ralph Pocket. Of Columbus, Georgia. He served like I said, in both wars and, according to a White House press. Release. They say he distinguished himself by going above and beyond the call of duty in Korea in 1950, that's kind of generic. I've like to have some idea. I've waited. Will he go by leading a unit of Army Rangers into heroin, E, heroin, daylight attack and an enemy hill. But that's that's still kind of generic. What specific thing And why is it taking this long for him to be recognized? You know, I to me. It strikes me as kind of sad that when you come back to a guy, even a Vietnam era guy, you know you're talking about somebody, probably in their seventies, maybe even their eighties Korean much older. Oh, yeah, He's my That's my dad's generation. I mean, he'd be in his nineties now. S so yes, the question. Why did it take so long for anybody to recognize this? I don't know how that works. There's a lot of let's just a lot of has to do with Actually the family kind of pushing that this be upgraded because I'm sure you got award just below that. Cause that's what they tried to do with the guy out of Waco that now has the Navy carrier named after him. The black guy for that's in the movie Pearl Harbor, Cuba Gooding Jr is character. And so yeah, that's pushed by the family. I don't know. I don't know why this takes so long. Sometimes I'm kind of like, Yeah, but I know nothing about this process. But then again, you could say The government is the one that has to do it. Therefore, why are we surprised that it takes the government this long to do its job and figure out who deserves to be a recipient of it? You know, I was looking through my nephews of the Navy, and he serves on an aircraft carrier night and I know the name of him. I could see it on the air. But I don't know who the guy is. I don't know this. I know. I don't know the ship that he's on. I don't know who it's named after. I know the name and I looked it up. I had to look up who this person is. There are so many ships that are named after people. I have never heard of even people I have heard of, but I would never have recalled off the top of my head. Look at every army base or military base everywhere. It's full of people. You do not know they are I. It's It's too bad, You know, I know they do that to honor people. But after a while, it doesn't mean anything to anybody. Now, that's all. That truth. That's trending topics. All right, coming up in a moment, we're gonna talk a little bit about the covert variant that has been floating around out there. Apparently it is now made its way here via plane, I suppose to DFW. We'll get to that next. Bill Jackson has traffic.

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Biden to award Medal of Honor to Korean War veteran

AP 24 Hour News

00:08 sec | 6 months ago

Biden to award Medal of Honor to Korean War veteran

"The White House says President Biden will award his first medal of honor Friday two retired colonel Ralph Puckett, Junior for acts of bravery during the

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Being the best with Tony Herbert, "Soldier"

Jocko Podcast

04:35 min | 8 months ago

Being the best with Tony Herbert, "Soldier"

"Podcast to seventy three. We were with anthony. Herbert tony herbert. Also known ass and we started off his journey from a kid growing up in pennsylvania surf. You haven't listened to podcasts. To seventy three goal of that right now. He tried to join the marines at fourteen. Fourteen years old credit eventually joined the army at seventeen off. The korean war went from private to master sergeant. All kinds of heroic actions suffered all kinds of wounds shot hit with frag white phosphorus burns and also bayoneted multiple times including one bayonet stabbed that broke off in his chest. He in the korean war served as a platoon leader even though he was just a young enlisted guy and eventually at the end of that podcast and at the end of that part of his life. Us pulled off the battlefield. One of the most decorated soldiers of the war sent on a morale at it was basically morale tour and i were flown back to the to the white house. President truman and then basically went to london and antwerp in brussels and the hague and all the other european allies that were fighting alongside america in the korean war along the way he met. Mrs eleanor roosevelt. She encouraged him to go to college. He kind of agreed of the quotes. He says in the book is he. He agreed because he was already master sergeant in the army and he said what am i going to do. Sit around the enlisted man's club telling stories about korea so he was sort of not not over it but he realized that he'd kinda done what he was going to do. So he ends up getting assigned as an rotc instructor at a high school in denver because he liked to ski goes to the third ranger class. That ever happened. He was in. He ends up getting married to his hometown. Sweetheart mary grace starts going to college or he then he gets out of the army then starts going to college at the university of pittsburgh while he's there he writes a book called conquest. No war nowhere. Which was his first book about the korean war which he later rewrote which we covered. What when it was rewritten was called the making of a soldier. That was podcast to seventy three for the most part worked at a steel mill at night while he was going to college and then eventually commissioned as an officer in the pennsylvania national guard. Shout out to the To two eight iron soldiers all right so so then he goes to the. He's back kind of in the army and he gets them warnings at the army's different now you know the war is over. The good people got out. We just left with people. That shouldn't even be in the army that got those kind of warnings but he stayed in. He loves being a soldier he wants to be. A soldier. goes the basic army. Infantry course wins nine out of ten awards there including the leadership trophy which is the leadership. Trophy is awarded by the other students. Like the other students select. Who deserves this leadership trophy. Then he gets assigned as a ranger instructor and he starts. He starts in the mountain phase. And so today we're going to be reading so the first book that we covered we covered a little bit so he's written two books he's written. Three one was conquest to know where that one got rewritten. As the making of a soldier that was the bulk of what we read last time. This time we're gonna read from his second book primarily and it's just called soldier called soldier and lots of lessons learned but as i mentioned in the first podcast in two seventy three. There's some serious lessons learned about life and things get really crazy when he goes to vietnam as a battalion commander and we will get there all right so here we go go go to the book soldier written by anthony be herbert and he says this teaching young men the essentials of mountain climbing combat and survival was more of a learning experience for me than for them. I began discovering things about the resources in me as well as the way the army was moving. I was an

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Remains of Emil Kapaun, long-lost Army Chaplain from Kansas, identified 70 years after death

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Remains of Emil Kapaun, long-lost Army Chaplain from Kansas, identified 70 years after death

"The missing remains have been identified of a korean war. Us army chaplain who was posthumously awarded the medal of honor by president. Obama reverend emil coupon of kansas died as a prisoner of war. Seventy years ago during the korean war but until a few days ago the whereabouts of his remains were a mystery. The us military says that found them in hawaii buried among other unidentified soldiers in the national cemetery of the pacific other coupon served as an army chaplain during world war two and the korean war and continued to minister to fellow. Pow's and for all that he received a medal of honor and the catholic church is considering him for sainthood. Carmen roberts fox

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"korean war" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

02:56 min | 9 months ago

"korean war" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Yeah exactly kushner. Is the ugly fat chick. The ugly fat sister. Sorry i know. I'll even say ugly fat brother. How about that. The ugly fat sibling. That comes along with the attractive sibling. You vote for trump. you're voting for kushner. Kushner is is not america first. The duff the yep and so it's it's one of these things people show kinda flags. They fly at their houses. I fire the career on. I can't even say. But the korean war as i try to say i fly that and the The texas national swag. Those are my two. If i if i can finally come up with a crest foreseen josephsberg. Al have that bad boy printed up right now. It's lily and a shotgun in something. I gotta find something across the shotgun with maybe like maybe a ho you people. You know you know what. I'm talking about top farmers. Oh you people dirty dirty stop it. That would be great though. It's a shotgun and a ho cottage rate because it all so maybe that maybe that'll be mine. Now fly that people ask me. What is that saint joseph's burke home and you should focus on your home. Not on trump enjoy trump. You know and enjoy them. Have fun with the fact that he burns. He makes the left squeal. And all this other stuff. But don't be like so many. You know them. I know them people who are in the cult of trump there in that and yesterday just reaffirmed it. We love our american flag media. Sorry trump i don't. I don't love the american flag i know. Can't you're like khan cabinet blah blah. No i just. Don't have the flags that i salute the flags that i fly..

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Jimmie Rodgers, singer of 'Honeycomb' and other hits, dies

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

Jimmie Rodgers, singer of 'Honeycomb' and other hits, dies

"Musician Jimmie Rodgers has died of kidney disease and after testing positive for covert nineteen according to his publicist Rogers died last Monday in palm desert California at the age of eighty seven I marches are a letter with a look at his career Jimmy Rogers was discovered as he played shows on a ten dollar guitar while he was stationed in Nashville with the U. S. Air Force after the Korean War he auditioned with roulette records with the song honey comb which was his first single and only number one record his other hits include secretly and kisses sweeter than wine in nineteen sixty seven Rogers was found in his car in Los Angeles with a fractured skull he said he had pulled over and an off duty police officer attacked him although he suffered muscle spasms and seizures Rogers later had his own TV show and his own theater in Branson Missouri

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Biden warns "darkest days" of pandemic are still ahead

All In with Chris Hayes

02:24 min | 1 year ago

Biden warns "darkest days" of pandemic are still ahead

"Joe biden giving address today where he talked about. He talked about crony virus and about this sort of transition stressing that we have the darkest days ahead of us. We lost thirty. One hundred americans just today. What is the biden. World's understanding of what they're going to inherit in this very complex logistical undertake a little bit of resetting expectations there. Chris and that's because according to the biden advisers that i've spoken with. They know that we don't have our plan together. Starting with the fact that we don't have enough supply. This is despite the fact that we are actively in negotiations. We meeting the trump administration with phaser for another one hundred million doses. Maybe they can get seventy million out of it even under the most optimistic scenario chris. The bottom line is other countries. Got in line ahead of us and that's not going to be enough to get us to herd immunity by july one. Which is the goal. That's been set out. We've been made even rosier predictions saying that. You know we could do this. In the springtime so the biden administration has had the incoming biden administration has had a look under the hood. And what they tell me is that we're going to be at a critical crossroads in january no regardless of what happens with this pfizer purchase and that's because we have at least two additional vaccines the trial data coming in for that right around the time. That biden is inaugurated and at that point. We're going to have to make some decisions potentially on how to help these companies scale up. This is where i'm told. The incoming biden administration is looking at this defense production act. Which is the korean war. Era law that would allow them to basically command certain industries to produce things in the national interest. There's many different ways. They could use it chris. All of it depends on how successful these other. Vaccines are johnson. Johnson's looking at one. That could be a one shot They're looking at lots of different things. Okay about how they could help these companies but they're they're nervous about it. A lot of it depends on what these companies come up with an and it's not going to be enough to underscore not going to be enough with this. Additional pfizer purchased to get us to hurt immunity. Which is so critical. Now with this new information coming out about the back the the the virus

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"korean war" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"korean war" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"I, uh I was in the service turn the Korean War. Yeah, And when Obama was president They never never put it on the air or on a television that when he came into office, he lowered up barracks. Five barracks he closed And that's over 5000 troops. Yeah, I mean, that's you know, he did a lot of things and nobody. Nobody ever paid attention to the things he did that were unpopular or they where they buried the news. It's the same things going on now with Biden. There's a there's a story out that a There's a there's a survey a small business survey that comes out. They've been doing it for four years, and they interview a ton of people. It's the CNBC Surveymonkey small business survey. And, uh, small business. This is this is what happened after the election. Small business confidence fell to an all time low all time low after traditional media sources and big tech declared the election for Biden. This is, according to the small business survey. The survey, which interviewed 2200 small business owners nationally yielded a confidence index of 48. That means main streets. Outlook is now below where it was during the second quarter of this year, when everything was basically shut down. And 53%. Of those surveyed said they expected tax policy to have a negative impact on their business meeting. They're going to raise taxes. 49% said Government regulations would help it negative impact. A majority found that a majority of the 2200 people, small business owners who were interviewed said Biden will be bad for small business. It's pretty pretty large sample. It's done by a by a fairly left wing group CNBC right a network. Would you care to guess If these these statistics the survey ran on ABC? CBS NBC last night. Of course not. No. By the way, these were the highest negative responses recorded for negative negative impact in the four years of the survey, But they're just taking care of him just like whenever they had bad news. Remember one day ever had bad news about Obama Obama's economy, The results were unexpected. Or there was always an excuse. The GDP numbers were down because Christmas with Christmas was a colder than normal. Christmas was warmer than normal. Easter came earlier this year. It came later this year. There was always an excuse. There was more snow than last year, There was less snow than last year. They always it was All these reporters were alibi Ike for for Barack Obama, and they couldn't and now they're going right back into their old modes with Joe Biden. Rhonda, You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, Rhonda. How a nice to talk to you. Thank you. Nice to talk to you. Thank you. I'm not. I'm I'm a little few words to this match for the last month. Um, I'm your network was recommended to me and I I I'm telling you that it is wonderful. Thank you rather keep watching. Mm. Yes. Now I'm like humanity. Get everyone that I talked to him. Now, um I was flipping through the channels a little bit ago. Just, you know, to see what was going on. Because my best friend in the whole world received Mr. Watch anything that CNN And I just stopped there for a second and who's on but just Scarborough talking to, um Jake Tapper, saying that the 18 said that Bill Barr said, Um There was no election tampering. Well, I sort of lasting out right right there. And then I turn a batch of new smash because I'm like, Oh, no, I can't trust boss knows anymore. They have fired everyone. That was any kind of decent reporter or even, um, opinion. Yeah, sure left on their own. They were there backing that. They quote that they did you see, Rudy Giuliani quoted he said. You know what? Bill Barr said there was no evidence of any election fraud. Uh, Rudy Giuliani said he had found no evidence that Bill Bar and the Department of Justice and the FBI had done any investigation whatsoever that that was a pretty good comeback. Wrote. Rhonda Listen, thank thanks for listening to the show and keep keep listening in Florida. Tell all your friends about Newsmax. You're gonna get the get the other side of the story. Aziz Paul Harvey used to say the rest of the story Exactly. Quote him exactly Never in the history of real estate have government issued moratoriums against property owners been so widespread, including the latest from Massachusetts Governor Charlie Parker's administration..

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What is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier all about?

The How in the World Podcast

05:32 min | 1 year ago

What is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier all about?

"You're listening to the how in the world podcast we unravel some of the planet's most perplexing questions about ten minutes. Nope we're not scientists or scholars. We're just normal. People like to figure things out. Sometimes inspiring sometimes informative. Our topics are always fascinating hosted by me mark johnson and my lovely wife me holly johnson. We do the research. So you don't have to veterans day. Twenty twenty was last week and we were watching the ceremony on tv where. The president laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier. And i had so many so boom. That's how ideas for episodes are born in fact we've had a bunch of ideas recently. I'm not sure what that means. Maybe we've been watching too much. Tv or something. Well have been a lot of events and things going on and questions. Raise like veterans day and christmas. Coming in the spacex mission to the international space station and like our seventh grader pete. Yeah he's just a few good questions lately. And i've got all them in my notes so we'll get to them but before we get to today's episode. I have to mention my favorite veteran dad. Although he passed away ten years ago. I think of every day. He was my hero the very best dad ever in the world. No offence sweetie men take. He was a great guy he was. He had a really interesting time. While in the army. Interesting about the only word. I could come up with their first as a model for army promotional posters literally a poster boy then as a member of general macarthur's honor guard where he hung out with the general and his wife watching movies every friday night. That was a very cush job. But then crap got real when he became a forward observer in the korean war. That's the guy who's part of a team of three who go ahead of the rest of the group in radio back until then where the enemy lines are and stuff. It's a very dangerous job. Maybe the most dangerous in the military at that time yes indeed but he came home then and he met my mom and they had me. Yea so thanks for indulging me a moment to recognize him. Okay let's get to it. I the basics. The tomb of the unknown soldier is in arlington national cemetery and strangely enough. I've never been there. I know the air and space museum. So well i could give tours. But we never went to arlington national. I'm i'm ashamed really. You're mad my school for never taking us there. I don't know but we we've got to do this on our own. We definitely will. The tomb actually contains and unknown soldier from world war. One who was buried ride underneath a memorial which is made of marble like everything in dc tomorrow and the city. It has six wreaths carved into the sides three on the opposite two sides that represent the six major campaigns of world war one on the third side. There are three. Greek figures carved these figures represent peace victory in valor and on the fourth side contains the inscription here rests in honored glory in american soldier known but to god. That's just beautiful. The memorial also referred to as tomb of the unknowns actually has no official name president. Warren g harding officiated the ceremony. That laid this first soldier to rest on veterans day november eleventh nineteen twenty one the tomb of the unknowns generally refers to four tombs world war one world war two korea and vietnam. Three other soldiers were interred in tombs. Right beside the memorial. Those unknown soldiers represent world war two korea and vietnam although the soldier representing the vietnam war was removed once. Dna analysis identified him and he was returned to his family in nineteen ninety eight. He'd only been there like four years or something. The vietnam tomb now intentionally remains empty and is a monument. Honoring all of america's missing servicemen and. Women that's awesome. Yeah one of the questions. I've always had about the tomb of the unknowns. Is how they got the soldier so there's not just one unknown soldier in a war right. I mean. aren't there many. They're just one. And how did they choose this one who would be buried there and where are the rest so tell us about that. Honey yes. That's a great question that i've had to which means probably a lot of you have wondered about it as well for the first memorial. The the world war one memorial they uninsured four soldiers that had been buried in france. They put each in an identical casket and then a decorated wounded. Combat soldier made the choice from these four identical caskets at a city hall in france. He chose the third from the left. And signified is choice by laying white roses on top of that casket. That's the soldier who is in the tomb in dc. The other three were reinterred in france. That's the process that's been used to select the unknown for each tomb and yes there are plenty of unknowns. Buried all over the world.

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Trump and Biden pause to mark Veterans Day

Tim Conway Jr.

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Trump and Biden pause to mark Veterans Day

"Is marked Veterans Day with ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery. Trump was joined by the first lady and the vice president of the ceremony to place a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier event was not open to the public because of the pandemic. Joe Biden and his wife laid a wreath at the Philadelphia Korean War memorial in Pennsylvania. New

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"korean war" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"korean war" Discussed on KOMO

"President participating in a wreath ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, President elect Joe Biden, Meantime, in Philadelphia at a ceremony later wreath at the Korean War Memorial. You're listening to ABC names Stay connected, Stay informed. Cho, Mo Midday. Good afternoon. Couple news. Time to go to I'm taking Vance Ice with top stories from the Come on. 24 7 News Center in the state of Washington confirmed another 1441 new cases of covert 19 and as CO most Brian Cover tells us at least 14 of those new positives. Are connected to two local hospitals. There has been a second outbreak at Bremerton Saint Michael Medical Center. This time it appears the virus has infected four patients and two staff members on the hospital's third floor. All patients and staff members in the vicinity have since been tested, and no further positives have been reported. Another outbreak of ST Michael back in August, infected 73 caused the deaths of three patients in what appears to still be the largest outbreak at any general hospital in the Puget Sound area. Also yesterday, we learned one patient has already died from covert 19 at multi care Auburn Medical Center and that there are eight positives among patients. Five among staff members. This outbreak happened on the hospital's fourth floor and everyone else in the vicinity has been tested. Multicare says It's temporarily pause discharges from the unit as well as new admissions. Ryan Calvert Camo news Last week, Rachel Accord from the AP asked Governor Jay Inslee a direct question. Have you changed your thinking on whether you would accept a position with the administration? You previously had been a definitive No. So I'm wondering if that has changed. That remains my position. But The New York Times now reports that Tinsley is under consideration for three rolls in the Biden administration. Secretary of Energy secretary of the Interior or EPA administrator couple reached out to Inslee's office for comment. They say they don't have any new information on this, and that the governor is taking a few preplanned days off President elect bite and expected to start announcing Cabinet picks later this month, and if Governor Inslee were to take a job in the cabinet or anywhere else and leave the governorship. Almost Charlie Harder tells us what would happen. Incoming Lieutenant Governor Danny Heck would become governor in last month's debate. Heck said he'd be ready to take over on day one. I'm a former chief of staff to one of our state's great governors Move, Gardner and in that capacity function is the chief operating officer. That's about as close as you could be the governor without being governor, there would be a special election for governor next November and hack promises not to run. Saying he would instead focus on Corona virus and the economy. Three names mentioned frequently in the quest for governor, Attorney General Bob Ferguson, Public lands Commissioner Hillary France and King County Executive Del Constantly all Democrats, Charlie Harder, camo nails Coming up on camo news. Another school district nixes plans to start bringing students back to campus. I'm Carleen Johnson, but first a too low for a couple of traffic.

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"korean war" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"korean war" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"1200 Wook, Our top story President Trump is marking Veterans Day with a brief trip to Arlington national ceremony. The president place a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier. First Lady Melania Trump vice President Mike Pence, and his wife, Karen, joined the president at the cemetery. Presumptive President elect Joe Biden and his wife, Jill, are are so marking Veterans Day with a visit to the Philadelphia Korean War memorial at Penn's landing, where they lay to read this part of the ceremony. Biden's late son, Beau, served in the military and spent time in Iraq. City Hall in most municipal offices will be closed today to observe veteran's Day. In addition, all metro health clinics and animal care services will also be closed today. However, public safety and emergency services such as police, fire and E M s will remain in full operation City run covert 19 testing sites will also remain open for a full list of city business operations, visit the city of San Antonio's website. Bayer County set a new record high for covert 19 tests yesterday. I think we hit a record today. We tested 2227 people today. Judge Nelson Rules said he expects that number to grow is asymptomatic Testing is expanded Community labs will open a third asymptomatic testing site today at the T Center Metro Health reported 332 new cases of Copan 19 in the county yesterday. Metrohealth is also working out how to distribute a covert vaccine Once it becomes available. Medical director Dr Junior Wu says the candidate approval process will take some time and there will likely be a limited supply. At first other thing for the immediate future that everybody needs to know is that.

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"korean war" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"korean war" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"About are a variety of program. We also followed this week. Some news of monumental importance for veterans of the global war on terror in an era work and easily seemed like the only time we discussed monuments or statues is when we're tearing them down. That's currently 9 to 12, which is to find the location of this memorial where it rightfully deserved on without we're looking to build on and currently have a bill in the legislative process. HR 50 forces a war on terrorism memorial location on That request that we receive of prime location on the reserve in our nation's capital, along by the other nations war memorials. Are there any challenges ahead for you with trying to get this thing put together? And act back in 1986 when we have work fact it beans in 2003 an amendment that Dean the Reserve closed, finished work of art. And they have their reasons for doing so. And vast. Fine, I you know, we don't think that Congress in 2003 could have expected the war that is still currently going on today. And so with that we're looking for an exception to that. Ball that would give us the permission to build on the reserve. We don't want if Gerard Memorial Leave off anywhere in the city somewhere. That may be out of the way for anybody to visit already Walking the result. You know what honestly deserve a prime location on the reserve alongside Vietnam Wall and the Korean War memorial. Just the natural progression of our nation's history, and that's rightfully where it should go. It goes without saying that this artistic design has yet toe happen because we got to get the real estate part figured out. We got to get all the Congress people toe, you know, do their job and get it done. But when we do get to that part you and I were just joking on the phone about some of the possible looks of this thing. Is it true that it's going to be like a special operator or a see a guy with a chest level beard, right? A stallion with an eagle on each shoulder carrying the American flag into battle. Yeah, I'm starting to want you. That probably won't be it A A. I just don't. I don't see that one fitting into the design. But you could do that. If that's what you choose to submit all way. Wish you the best of luck in getting HR. 50 for six. The.

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"korean war" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"korean war" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Obtain these regulators is from the federal government and there's two ways the federal government can do it one is to use the federal defense production act there's a federal law with the federal government agency to manufacturers you must do now **** you understand this law is called the defense production act they're twisting this law for this pandemic nobody I'll tell you this but me this law is actually intended in nineteen fifty it's the Stafford act named after a former Republican senator from Vermont this law was passed in nineteen fifty to address production in the book when the Korean War this is a law that's intended for war actual war not pandemics because you're opening up a potential Pandora's box if you had like a policy is present Schumer's president are frankly a Biden or Sanders thank call whatever they want to disaster or war a pandemic and they're off to the races and I worry about these things I know the media don't I do so he's saying this war power should be used to dictate to manufacturers to produce this product like that's simple to do right that's simple to do go ahead yes I.

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"korean war" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"korean war" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Says he's prepared to invoke to Korean War era law allowing him to direct American industries to produce critically needed medical equipment and protective gear we must sacrifice together because we are all in this together and we'll come through together it's the invisible enemy president trump closing the northern border with Canada to all nonessential traffic and potentially limiting the flow on the border with Mexico ABC's whit Johnson the administration proposes putting five hundred billion dollars directly into the hands of Americans thrown out of work by the outbreak former ABC news chief medical editor Dr Richard Besser most people in America live paycheck to paycheck and so if you're not working you're not getting paid for people who are lower income in particular for communities of color where there is so little wealth accumulation not working that week may determine whether or not you're putting food on the table what you're able to pay rent after Wednesday's Wall Street selloff Asian shares skidded further and there was another jaw dropping skidded in oil prices U. S. crude oil prices falling below twenty one dollars a barrel prices like that haven't been seen since two thousand two the drop in prices comes as factories close and investors forecast a drop in demand also as people put off vacations and business trips ABC's mark Russell art on the road to the White House Joe Biden's delegate lead on Bernie Sanders swelled to roughly three hundred after Tuesday's sweep of three democratic primaries Sanders is a path to the nomination may have closed realistically speaking hi he has no shot at becoming the nominee and he can't even really campaign all campaigning remains suspended and it may not even be any voting of any substance for at least six weeks old all right now the the campaign is a bit in limbo but Joe Biden emerging stronger Bernie Sanders out of papier B. C. news political director Rick Klein you're listening to ABC news seven seven CVW TM Jay bell from the annex.

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"korean war" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"korean war" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Executive orders over time during the Korean War American steel companies and their workers were in a labor dispute and president Harry S. Truman worried the mills would close down preventing war production so he issued an executive order directing the secretary of commerce to take possession of the steel mills and to keep them operating although the Supreme Court soon stopped him in the present day president trump once a citizenship question added to the twenty twenty census the Supreme Court has already ruled against him but now the president says he's considering an executive order commentator Cokie Roberts joins us next she joins us regularly to discuss all politics in the government work I Cokie hi Steve first question comes from Andrea E. mais on Twitter who asks where is the authority in the constitution or in law for issuing an executive order there is none in the constitutional law but there is the right of an executive order because if the president is going to exercise his broad powers issuing executive directors serving as commander in chief basically running the executive branch of the government then he needs to have this power it's the same as the investigative power for Congress not written down but always agreed to well let's go to our next question them this is Brian K. from East Hampton Connecticut when was the first executive order issued and wasn't then challenged in the courts well not surprisingly the first executive order came from George Washington who on June eighth seventeen eighty nine so not long at all after the first Congress started but he basically asked the heads of the various federal agencies what are you doing tell me what you're up to he also issued a proclamation calling for a day of thanksgiving and of course in the executive order can be challenged in court and Congress can pass a law overturning an executive order but that law is subject to veto and then it would be pretty hard to get the two thirds necessary to override a veto we have another question now from Ken Mayer in the San Francisco Bay Area and this question gets to the situation we might conceivably find ourselves in if the president were to go through with an executive order now when was the last time that a sitting president issued an executive order after losing with the Supreme Court of the United States well FDR was constantly battling the cord both on executive orders and on legislation certainly the most famous time was when Abraham Lincoln suspended the really of habeas corpus during the civil war well we have one more question now when it comes from Maine fly that's the handle on Twitter and the question is our presidents using executive orders more and more over time certainly of Franklin Roosevelt did he hit the record with more than three thousand executive order while but the truth is these executive orders have been used for us very very big things Lincoln and the Emancipation Proclamation FDR establishing Japanese intern camps Truman desegregating the army I like putting the Arkansas National Guard under federal control to desegregate the schools these were enormous policy changes for our government the problem with an executive order is any subsequent president can undo them so president tried to turn them into law or in the case of freeing the slaves a constitutional amendment okay thanks for the insights good to talk to see and you can ask Cokie your questions about our politics.

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"korean war" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"korean war" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Korean war. Vet Don Taylor, never met William Hoover Jones. But felt a connection to be here with this wonderful man, whose body was returned. Thank God for that Taylor. Paid its respects as Jones body lying on her at the state capital. This afternoon is remains for part of many return by the North Korean government Jones was identified through DNA tragedy in Gaston county. That's where a twelve year old boy has died after a fall at a trampoline park, w so reports it happened as he was scaling, the Rockwall at the altitude trampoline park Wednesday night in low paramedics found the child unconscious, and hardly breathing. He was airlifted to a Charlotte hospital. The park has shut down the rock climbing attraction, for now who has the most reliable cell phone service in Raleigh, Durham, Kathy white has he answered PC MAG put the question to the test. It's experts to drive thirty major metro areas include. Adding the triangle, they took into account factors like upload and download speeds, and how long it took phones to ping the nearest server after measuring data from fourteen points throughout the area. PC magnum, AT, and T, most reliable overall, especially when it came to upload speeds, but sprint was number one. When it came to download speeds ABC eleven says t mobile edged out variety for third place. In the study. I'm Cathy, white an eastern North Carolina high school band gets quite the gift ABC eleven says, Eastern High and Beulah Bill submitted a video to the Manilow music project. Run by singer Barry Manilow. They explain how their band uniforms or nearly a quarter of a century old, and their instruments need upgraded. Plus the region is.

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"korean war" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"korean war" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"When you look at World War, Two makes you think of other wars to the Vietnam war. The Korean war. After the civil war in the revolutionary war. Just thing about Gettysburg. The bloodiest battle on American soil ever. Fifty one thousand soldiers were killed wounded or captured or listed as missing about side. Nation of about twenty four twenty five million people. Like what we're up against a while were to what we were up against. Japan was at its height, a military power. Obviously so was Hitler. We were on our heels for period of time. So we had a fight back in pushback. And there were times. Look bleak in there were times. When some thought we couldn't do it. We could do it. And thank God we did. The world will be a completely different place, a horrific place. What I watched some of these people on television trashing this magnificent country. What I watch athletes. Who succeed in this country like no other country in the face of the earth. Professors tenured. When I watch hosts and anchorman. Anchorwoman. On array people present themselves as knowledgeable. On TV and elsewhere. Trashing this country. I say to myself, they have no respect for what's come before none. The sacrifices. The carnage. To give them what they have today. You wanna see systemic racism, it's all over the world. It's not in the United States. You wanna see true wage gaps? It's all over the world. It's not in the United States. That's go cut three. Ronald reagan. Go ahead, forty summers.

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"korean war" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"korean war" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"When you look at World War, Two makes you think of other wars to the Vietnam war. The Korean war. After the civil war in the revolutionary war. Just think about got us. The bloodiest battle in American sire ever. Fifty one thousand soldiers were killed wounded or captured or listed as missing about side. Nation of about twenty four twenty five million people. Like what we're up against were to what we were up against. Japan was tied to military power. Obviously so was Hitler. We were on our heels for period of time. So we had a fight back and push back. And there were times. When it looked bleak. And there were times. When some thought we couldn't do it. We could do it. And thank God we did. The world will be a completely different place, a horrific place. When I watched some of these people on television trashing this magnificent country. When I watch athletes. Who succeed in this country like no other country in the face of the earth. Professors tenured. When I watch hosts and anchorman anchor women. On a Ray people. Present themselves as knowledgeable. On TV elsewhere. Trashing this country. I say to myself, they have no respect for what's come before none. The sacrifices. The carnage. To give them what they have today. You wanna see systemic racism, it's all over the world. It's not in the United States. You wanna see true wage gaps? It's all over the world. It's not in the United States. That's go cut three. Ronald reagan. Go ahead. Forty summers.

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"korean war" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:49 min | 3 years ago

"korean war" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Joy Yoon who've spent eleven years living in North Korea. They're here in the states temporarily they have a book out called discovering joy, there's so much. I want to ask you to know where to start. Let me ask you. Here's a dumb question. Have you ever seen any out in and out miracles? What you would describe as a miracle in your time there. Wow. Thank you for that question. Yes. I have witnessed so many miracles in direct. You have. Yes. So in United States, I'm trained as a chiropractor and in North Korea, I earned my MVP HD degree in North Korea has the first foreigner going through that saying that I have seen so many patients in North Korea with the various, you know, muscular issues and whatnot. I have to tell you in the beginning of my journey North Korea. The patient will come and they will come piggyback, and they will come so much in pain. Somebody has to carry them in. Almost headed to say sorry, I cannot help you you may need to surgery right now. By the only thing that I could do over them was to just a pray quiet in my heart that that God will touch them. And by my surprise, so many times the people who just came with a piggyback they're carried on received one treatment. They walk out of the hospital. How this happened, and I'm going I don't know how that happened. And then I realized oh God is alive in this country because as even person going into North Korea is a Christian faith. I never thought once that is gotta live in North Korea. Because all the information from body we heard about them. I never had a chance to even think about forgot that God is able to he's able to get around. He created North Korea. He didn't create the borders. But that isn't that. I mean, so you have experienced this, obviously, you're a trained doctor. So you're telling me that you're quiet prayers. You have seen them answered. Yes. Yes. Many times. And there was one of the moments that God is continually holding me an opening our eyes of how the beauty can be found in a place like North Korea. It's extraordinary. I mean, look, I believe in the miraculous, I'm not one of those Dallas theological types. Like, I really believe that God does things, but you always hear that in these foreign countries these difficult spots that we see God's hand manifested more dramatically, and so you telling me that you have seen. I mean, you're not doing anything. You're you're not showboating you're being very sweet and quiet and humble you're seeing this is such a surprising scene for me to watch as I have not experienced this kind of hilly in United States side when I was practicing here, and it was almost something came to my heart. If I could have killed people like this in US, I could make a lot of money before I come type of things. Yeah. It was an out of my knowledge or experience helped them. But it is. I just hit. It was just a supernatural. God's annoying Tang and his hand on these people that were you raised in that kind of a Christian tradition. Not at all. Was it like reformed? What was your reform press Korean reformed Koreans everywhere? I look as so funny. That is so funny. But yeah, we'll see the Holy Spirit. Can he can even impress reformed people? That's the most that's the most amazing. The holy spirit's ever done is to to show it reform person. He can do healing today. That's very funny. I mean, it's so wonderful and delightful. I I just had asked you that, you know. So you have seen miracles. That's just praise God. That's amazing. And what about now, we know that you're not allowed to Koreans are not North Koreans are not allowed to own a bible. I mean, it's very frightening to me to think about that. But you're saying that as foreigners you are allowed to have bibles. Yeah. We have complete freedom as foreigners to be able to worship in our home to even sometimes get together with other foreigners that are there and have a small worship service. We go to the state records. Nice church. There's two Protestant churches that are officially recognized in Pyongyang. And so we attend those churches every Sunday. Okay. Now, when you say state recognized I mean, the state is officially atheist, but you're saying that they allow two churches in Pyongyang and what? Here's my question is can can only foreigners. Go to those churches. The churches are attended by local people with a local pastor. And in fact, one of the churches, even has small seminary attached to it and the students of the seminary, then go out and serve the officially recognized house churches, and now I'm just surprised that there are officially recognized house churches, I had no idea that this was possible. We don't know all the details. But this all comes back to the founding leader. His mother was a very strong Christian. I heard this. This is the grandfather of Kim Jong Hoon. That's amazing. Tell me a little bit about that. Yes. So community songs mother was such a strong Christian that she would go to church for you know, the early morning prayer services. And so when he was driving by her hometown one time or her home district in ten young. He recognized the area where her church was and he had a passion to renovate it. And so that's where that started. And he renovated that church first. And then a second church was also built, and that's because of his mother. Yes. So this would now we're talking about the great grandmother of the current leader Kim Jong Hoon that's fascinating history. I think a lot of times we know that North Koreans don't allow the Christianity to be presence in their country. And actually that we have to understand why North Koreans view Kushner as different than other religion. And even though there's a state church is there. Yes. It is. Right. And North Koreans are not allowed to own a bible because North Korean see Christianity as a forefront imperialistic United States relation to their nations to challenge their government. So they don't see the Christianity as what you and I see or read by from. So there's a lot of their political stigma attached to because of the Korean war experience that they had within the United States. That's amazing. This is so interesting. We have a one more segment coming up folks, I'm talking to the unions Y O, N joy. And Stephen the book is discovering joy ten years in North Korea. This is the Metaxas show. We'll be right back. South. Babylon. What is it costing you in debt bills for that convenience of just pulling open a bag of formulated extruded process cereal bits across the ton of money. Anyway, how do you feed your dog to derive not.

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"korean war" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:32 min | 3 years ago

"korean war" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Shouldn't bet on by to bail out the stock market, but I last June President Donald Trump declared that North Korea was no longer a nuclear threat, but the nation's intelligence chief, Dan Coats, presented a stark contrast to this view when he testified before the Senate intelligence committee earlier this week we currently assessed that North Korea will seek to retain its WMD capabilities in his unlikely to completely give up its nuclear weapons and production capabilities because it's leaders ultimately view nuclear weapons as critical to regime. Survival here to tell us more about the state of the Koreas and Trump's forthcoming. Visit is Toby Harsha a national security writer for Bloomberg opinion. So the Korean war is sometimes referred to as the forgotten war is that term appropriate. I think it is. I think that even Americans who don't know much about World War Two or Vietnam and increasing number of them, obviously where we're not alive for those don't even think they know anything about the Korean war. So you'd spoke to Hampton sides about a book coming out, and he said that not much has changed in the many years sixty six years or something since the end of the Korean war. I think he's talking mostly about North Korea itself. I think that even even at the very beginning of the North Korean state. You had the cult of personality you had this desire to create a doomsday device. Nice to protect yourself in those days. It was an unlimited number of soldiers who would be willing to die today. It is the nuclear program among other things what about the difference between North Korea and South Korea. I mean, how vast is the difference? I don't think you can underestimate it. We have North Korea, which is probably not just the most tightly controlled society on earth, but sort of the most anti realistic. It simply creates among its people an illusion of what the world is in that sense. It's you know, it's more quote unquote, backward than even the poorest countries in Africa as for South Korea at that point during during the war, the Korean war. It was you know, it was a dictatorship right wing dictatorship and South Korea's, you know, one of the great great success stories of the post World War Two era. So the talk of reunification, then I mean, you had problems when east Germany and west Germany United, but would the problems here could they be overcome the differences? Yeah. I mean, I think the differences between the Koreas swamp the differences between the two Germanies without going into detail on the two Germanies the Soviet empire was collapsing by that point and all the east Germany still had a very strong secret. Police for example, there was no ideological core to it anymore today in in North Korea. That is as strong as it has ever been if there were some sort of incident that led to reunification again, you'd have to two groups of people not operating in the same world. And one of the groups of people would be starving and the South Koreans would simply have to pick up the North Koreans and the North Korean state in the Konami. In a in a vastly more difficult. Way than what the west Germans had to do with Easterns. Now, Trump is going to have another summit with Kim Jong what our sides pieces of advice, his pieces of advice are simply to look back to the founding of of the Kim dynasty and see. How remarkably consistent that family has been? I don't think he's very optimistic that you're going to get any sort of actual non-proliferation agreement out of North Korea. It simply is kind of a suicide state, which it was back in nineteen fifty to the North Korean people benefit at all from these summits. Now, there's no change in their lives whatsoever. If they would reopen. Some of the trade and industrial zones that they had with the South Koreans and had other sort of diplomatic openings with the South Koreans have closed up recently, you'd see a very small small number of North Koreans benefit economically and benefit in terms of seeing what's going on in the world. But now for the most part as I said, they they live in this alternative universe. Now. Since the last summit has there been any change in North Korea's state of nuclearization only that they've mostly given up the rhetoric that they had at that time that things were cooling off. Now, we don't have any reason to believe that they've changed anything whatsoever. So what's the best hope for a summit? The best hope for a summit would be that. Donald Trump doesn't give anything away without any sort of seeking advice from his his top advisors on the military and diplomatic side. As we now last time he just threw out that the US was willing to stop its joint military exercises with South Korea that took then secretary of defense Jim Mattis completely by surprise. It was also my opinion a terrible idea those are mostly naval exercises. They're not for show. It is extremely difficult to operate on the water as we saw with you know, the two terrible collisions that we had in the same waters last year. And it is extremely necessary in terms of conventional warfare that the US and South Koreans are are working together. Well, and gets one thing that Trump has accomplished is that we're not hearing. Threats from Kim Jong more. Yeah. I think he's found that's an easier way to play it. Thanks so much Toby. Toby harsher a national security writer for Bloomberg opinion. Coming up on Bloomberg opinion, we examine how the Roger stone indictment draws a circle collusion..

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