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"marine corps station" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst. People fully vaccinated against Cove in 19 don't need to wear masks in most circumstances, according to new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. NPR's Richard Harris has more on this major shift in public policy. The new guidelines applied to people who are fully vaccinated, which means two weeks after their final shot. Accumulated data shows that the vaccines are so effective that masks and social distancing art needed, the CDC says. But there are exceptions. The CDC still recommends masks and health care settings and in Busses, trains and planes, though that is under review in the agency says rules for mask use in schools and businesses will still be upto local authorities, depending upon their own circumstances. The CDC says people who are not fully vaccinated should still wear masks that will reduce the risk of spreading the virus to others around them, and the CDC encourages everyone eligible for a shot to go out and get one. Richard Harris, NPR News and active duty Marine Corps officer has been arrested and charged in connection with the attack on the U. S. Capital. NPR's Ryan Lucas reports. Christopher Warning Dearest is a major in the Marine Corps stationed at Quantico in Virginia. He is facing five counts, including assaulting an officer, obstruction and unlawful entry, according to court papers warning gears could be seen on video forcing his way through the doors of the U. S. Capitol on January 6th. And pushing a police officer who was trying to protect the building from the mob. More than 400. People have been charged so far in connection with Capitol breach, including around 40 military veterans and a handful of guardsmen or reservists. But officials say warning yours is believed to be the first active duty service member to face charges related to the attack. Brian Lucas. NPR NEWS Washington China was high on the agenda today as Secretary of State Antony Blinken hosted his Australian counterpart NPR's Michele Kelemen reports. The Biden administration is trying to work with regional partners to deal with security and economic challenges from China. The U. S has Australia's back that was blink INS message to Australia's Foreign minister Marie Spain. I reiterated that United States.
"marine corps station" Discussed on KQED Radio
"News. I'm Janine Herbst. People fully vaccinated against Cove in 19 don't need to wear masks in most circumstances, according to new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. NPR's Richard Harris has more on this major shift in public policy. The new guidelines applied to people who are fully vaccinated, which means two weeks after their final shot. Accumulated data shows that the vaccines are so effective that masks and social distancing art needed, the CDC says. But there are exceptions. The CDC still recommends masks and health care settings and in Busses, trains and planes, though that is under review in the agency says rules for mask used in schools and businesses will still be upto local authorities, depending upon their own circumstances. The CDC says people who are not fully vaccinated should still wear masks that will reduce the risk of spreading the virus to others around them, and the CDC encourages everyone eligible for a shot to go out and get one. Richard Harris, NPR News and active duty Marine Corps officer has been arrested and charged in connection with the attack on the U. S. Capital. NPR's Ryan Lucas reports. Christopher Warning Dearest is a major in the Marine Corps stationed at Quantico in Virginia. He is facing five counts, including assaulting an officer, obstruction and unlawful entry, according to court papers warning gears could be seen on video forcing his way through the doors of the U. S. Capitol on January 6th. And pushing a police officer who was trying to protect the building from the mob. More than 400. People have been charged so far in connection with Capitol breach, including around 40 military veterans and a handful of guardsmen or reservists. But officials say warning years is believed to be the first active duty service member to face charges related to the attack. Brian Lucas. NPR NEWS Washington China was high on the agenda today as Secretary of State Antony Blinken hosted his Australian counterpart NPR's Michele Kelemen reports The Biden administration is trying to work with regional partners to deal with security and economic challenges from China. The U. S. Has Australia's back that was blink INS message to Australia's foreign minister Marie Spain. I reiterated that the United States will not leave Australia alone on the field, or maybe I should say alone on the pitch. In the face of economic coercion by China. That's what allies du pain says Australia seeks a constructive relationship with China she and blank and also discussed Cove in 19 vaccines and called for further investigations into the origins of the pandemic. Blanken says it is quote less about assigning blame and more about understanding what happened so that we can take effective action for the future. Michele Kelemen. NPR NEWS Washington Wall Street ended higher by the closing bell. The Dow up 433 the NASDAQ Up 93 S and P 549 U. S futures contracts or trading higher at this hour. Dow Futures Contract Up 2/10 of a percent You're listening to NPR news. Live from KQED News. I'm terrorist. Siler Attorney General Rob Bonta will conduct an independent review into the killing of Sean Monterroso by Vallejo Police. Police shot 22 year old Monterroso last June during protests in the wake of George Floyd's murder. In a press conference today, Bonta criticized the Solano County D a for recusing herself. From the case. Way to earn trust is toe do the job impartially and fairly and that could have been done here in Solano County by this lot of county district attorney But it was not So the department justice will step in and take the case. This Lana County D. A had requested an independent review by the California attorney general, saying some community members did not trust her office to be impartial. Some Bay Area Palestinians are outraged by President Biden's statement yesterday that Israel has the right to defend itself from rocket attacks. U C. Berkeley. Professor HOT amaze. Ian says the statement fails to acknowledge Israeli efforts to evict Palestinians from their homes. The storming by Israeli police of the Alaska mosque in on Monday or the subsequent bombing of multi level apartment buildings in Gaza. So I would say to President Biden as well as the The State Department that you have failed the American public and you failed international line. You failed the Palestinians and you feel the Israelis by aiding and abetting the violations that we are seeing. Some 87 Palestinians have been killed and hundreds more wounded in this week's bloodshed. Seven Israelis have also died..
"marine corps station" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Sections. The CDC still recommends masks and health care settings and in Busses, trains and planes, though that is under review in the agency says rules for mask use in schools and businesses will still be upto local authorities, depending upon their own circumstances. The CDC says people who are not fully vaccinated should still wear masks that will reduce the risk of spreading the virus to others around them, and the CDC encourages everyone eligible for a shot to go out and get one. Richard Harris, NPR News and active duty Marine Corps officer has been arrested and charged in connection with the attack on the U. S. Capital. NPR's Ryan Lucas reports. Christopher Warning Dearest is a major in the Marine Corps stationed at Quantico in Virginia. He is facing five counts, including assaulting an officer, obstruction and unlawful entry, according to court papers warn Aguirre's could be seen on video, forcing his way through the doors of the U. S. Capitol on January 6th and pushing a police officer who was trying to protect the building from the mob. More than 400. People have been charged so far in connection with Capitol breach, including around 40 military veterans and a handful of guardsmen or reservists. Officials say. Warning here is is believed to be the first active duty service member to face charges related to the attack. Brian Lucas. NPR NEWS Washington China was high on the agenda today as Secretary of State Antony Blinken hosted his Australian counterpart NPR's Michele Kelemen reports The Biden administration is trying to work with regional partners to deal with security and economic challenges from China. The U. S. Has Australia's back that was blink INS message to Australia's foreign minister Marie Spain. I reiterated that the United States.
"marine corps station" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Talks about castles and water polls samurai and sushi gates and temples as we go to the yamaguchi prefecture in japan. Welcome to the mature traveler. I'm your host chris christensen. Let's talk about yamaguchi. I'd like to welcome the show. Corinne devon who has come to us to talk to about the yamaguchi prefecture in japan crin. Welcome to the shell alter for having me crazy. I am delighted to be here when we should say i. What is your connection with the area of japan. We're talking about so. I am actually a united states naval officer and this is actually my second tour in japan. My first tour brought me to the kanazawa prefecture at the naval station. Yokosuka and this time. I of come down to kuni which is located in the yamaguchi picture with the marine corps station. It will kuni and so these are my views. Not the views of the department offense. But i simply want to share with your listeners. A part of japan. That i feel most people don't know much about that has a lot of beauty and hidden gems that i cannot wait to share with your audience on the show. We don't know that the marine corps even has views on what you should see as a tourist. I think people are willing to take your word for that and can you put us on a map. We that we've gone down to so we've given some indication that you're in more southern japan than we were two weeks ago for instance when we talked about the to hukou premature at the top of the main island so if you look at the country japan. The country itself is probably the size of about california with a third of the population of the united states. Just to give you an idea. And so it. Though it's very densely populated the country of japan is very well organized. And if you look at the map it's made four major islands. Hokkaido honshu kyushu and honshu is the largest of the four islands. And if you look on a map and go to the very southern most western most of main island japan boring here shema in shimagami and they're also east of fukuoka issue that is where you'll find the prefecture and what's unique about it. Being at the southern end most western most part of main island. Japan is actually surrounded by the japan. See the co inland sea and the bookie and it's a very long coastline. That just shows you've got emerald green ocean you've got lots of sandy beaches very incredible views of cliffs and there is also a collection they've even smaller islands surrounded so for your people who love.
"marine corps station" Discussed on WTOP
"Morning over concerns that the passengers and crew have been exposed to the corona virus there are four hundred twenty eight Americans on board one of them the diamond princess that ones off the coast of Tokyo CNN reports people aboard both ships are being given health screenings and anyone with symptoms are being tested for the virus cruise companies around the world have vowed to an act extra measures to protect their customers from infection to play loads of Americans are on their way to the U. S. after being evacuated from China because of the corona virus the defense department says it's prepared to receive the two flights wanted Travis Air Force base with three hundred fifty people on board one will continue on to Miramar marine corps station all passengers will be subject to a fourteen day quarantine there are currently four military bases on stand by to host these evacuees CBS news correspondent Kathy McCormick at the Pentagon the FBI has been battling a string of Chinese espionage activities in the last few years and the stream is showing no signs of letting up just this week it's come to light that a Raytheon missile engineer was arrested for allegedly taking classified information with him on a secret trip to China forty eight year old we son is facing charges in Arizona in another high profile case the F. B. I.'s released a wanted poster for young queen lead a lieutenant in China's army she's been accused of lying on a visa application hiding her ties to the government and for researching U. S. in military college websites for China FBI officials told WTOP as far back as twenty eighteen China is the number one espionage threat to the US JJ green WTOP news exactly ten years ago a force of nature most of us will never forget.
"marine corps station" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Snowflakes down at enough of the book is coming to, you live a Medica Fasht with duct the G. Thank you. Mr connery. They really will stuff it nothing. I'm reading from Breitbart. They'll come McCarty Daily Beast says Facebook help them, ducks black Trump supporter. Yes, Facebook confirmed to the Daily Beast, the identity of an individual who was pro-trump, a private individual and help them to ducks this individual analysis up at said, Gocha dot com. E G, O K also just received for my friend office Schwartz. That's from the intercept a haven't read it yet, but it is definitely worth checking out. Very right wing publication amazoNcom, apparently offered a job to a Pentagon official involved in one in a ten billion dollar contract that they were interested in. Sounds potentially illegal to me. Anyway, we are back with a guest, they'll call caller, Stephanie, Hamill, you mentioned that you've been looking at this question. The big news is the tariffs. The president has imposed five percent with Mexico, unless they sort out the legal immigration, and it can increase according to the commodity chief already Mexico's sending a team to negotiate with us. So it looks as if that shook them a little bit. But you've been talking to people who you would think would not be supportive of this, but who told you very different story. You've you've been talking to, to him, so I reached out to the mayor of Yuma, Arizona. It's a border city, I used to live there for two and a half years covering a lot of border issues. And I just wanted to see how things were going. First of all, he had declared an emergency back in April. He needed help. He said, this is a city of around two hundred thousand people, it's military city, that's kind of the biggest industry if you will, they have the Marine Corps station, there, the navy's out there in L, centra, which is California. But it's like. Right nearby. So he was telling me that they see an handle around a thousand people every three days. Yeah. Asylum seekers migrants town of two hundred thousand cracked a thousand legal. That's what he told me every three days. And I'm just thinking back when I used to live there. Where would they put all of these migrants, where would they go, and this is a community where the unemployment rates at, like thirty percent hovers around there between twenty eight and thirty percent. There's a lot of poverty. I had done stories out there. I remember there were high school, kids and middle scores that would dig food out of the trash cans for the weekend because they didn't have enough food high school kid. Yeah. High school and middle schoolers would have to not all of them, but there were kids that were just kind of left behind it didn't have food at home. So they would pack up garbage food to take home for the weekend, if not they would starve, so we have Americans who that hardly have enough to eat. And so a lot of. The traffic was a lot of the strain was at the food Bank, and this community and to do all these stories at the food Bank there. And I'm just thinking, like all these Americans, like the food Bank didn't even have enough food to feed their own community react to the five percent times. I asked if he got the help of after the emergency said he got some help, but they need more health, like their community, just can't handle the amount of people that's coming through every single day. They're worried about the crime. They're worried about disease or worried about all of these other things. So I asked him, I said, what do you think about Trump's tariffs? The five percent he's like, well, you know it might hurt some businesses. But at this point, what else can the president to something has to be done? And so it's something that he would look at. And, you know, he would be okay with as long as you know, that's the only surprise you that the mayor of this town said, yes, kinda surprised me, because I thought that he would be more concerned about business, but the fact that he was open to the idea it really was the pricing and I wasn't expecting to hear that I thought he was going. Say something different. And so it was interesting to actually ask them for myself. A lot of these communities by the border smaller cities are completely ignored Nancy Pelosi Chuck Schumer these people don't really reach out. They could it and I was thinking because I was asking him about where the migrants go their housing some fair. And then some of them are being shipped off to other places like San Diego. They're going into the interior. I'm sure you heard about this people being bused into the interior whose decision was that, well, okay? So I. Thirty seconds. Border cities can't handle it all on their own. So yes, we gotta share the wealth, but I have other places where they could send Nancy Pelosi's front yard in San Francisco. Chuck Schumer's house out of California. Chop, chopper caught New York where the Clintons live plaza. We can send them all the blows, you, not a bad idea. And so, I. Yeah. But they don't want him. They're, you know, they're all about open arms, and open doors, except for when it's going to go into their front yard of courses in my backyard, I think is the phrase we have interest. Stephanie Hamill video columnists, daily caller Philo who work at Steph 'em Hamill. And the daily caller, we love the daily caller. We look forward to those videos coming out.
"marine corps station" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"We hear a lot of stories that we talked earlier about veterans, and we hear about companies hiring vets which is cool. But in this story, Cairo ready is Rachel Belle introduces us to a local vet who hired himself. Okay. So I'm going to drop some fries into the fryer. Kyle goalie is the owner and chef of the food truck event. Chef so we like to say, we do southern California Mexican food. Kyle fell in love with San Diego style, burritos and Carney Asada fries when he was in the Marine Corps stationed in Camp Pendleton, but his road to rolling big baby size burritos was quite rough. Let's go back to the beginning of Kyle's military career. So he got deployed to Ramadi Iraq towards the end. I got blown up in a ID. And after that, I had to spend a couple of years learning how to kind of walk and talk again, and I pretty much kind of fully recovered in in the sense of having a traumatic brain injury, so broke my back in five places in my neck into. So I was in pretty rough shape there for a bit. So he came back to the states and did his rehab at scripts a head injury facility in San Diego. One of our classes there was basically introductory back into life. And one of the things we had to do was cook or prepare. Food or set tables, and I just really liked that I kinda hooked onto it and I felt good. And my wife's dad is a wonderful wonderful cook. And we started cooking and drinking beers. And the hanging out over fire just love and life. And I'm like, I can do this. I need to do this. This is wonderful. This is fun, and it just brings people together after completing his four years in the military. Kyle came back home and uses GI Bill to go to culinary school in Seattle. Opening a restaurant was expensive and kind of daunting. So he opened the vet chefs food truck with his wife, Amanda, actually met in fourth grade day before my tenth birthday. Here's Kyle sitting diagonal across the table from me and. Get rid of him the star of the vet chefs menu is the California burrito something that can be hard to find outside of San Diego. California burrito is currently size steak cheese, French fries sour cream and guacamole. But after you hit about del mar they stopped putting guacamole on. And I'm a non guacamole kinda guys. And when he says fries, he means a fist fistful of crinkle cut French fries from salting fries at least once a week. Kyle parks the truck at the port of Everett naval base, offering a discounted menu. And he hires other veterans looking to transition back into civilian life. The next step is to franchise. There's just too much of a struggle getting out of the military and getting back into civilian life. I think it's that you've been told for your entire military career.
"marine corps station" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Farewell to our two party colleagues is never easy. Neither is seeing off a number of other colleagues beyond the Senate with whom we've had the privilege of working closely for the past few years has been treated to a great example of public service on one of its highest possible stages versus secretary of homeland security, and then as White House chief of staff John Kelly has served the president and the nation with great distinction. But this was far from the first shocker his entire career and life. I've been utterly oriented around his veep, patriotic commitment. John Kelly spent the better part of four decades in the Marine Corps stationed far from Washington. As thousands of his peers waited to be drafted into the military service. John took the initiative he enlisted then he completed officer candidate school. He earned a reputation as a loyal brother in arms outstanding leader of marines. He commanded infantry unit that capital June guanaco and Camp Pendleton he served at the supreme allied commander in Europe. And as commander of the US southern command. He took on real hardship postings. Like, the house of representatives you serve there in the commandant's liaison office. And when the call came he led marines under combat in Iraq. As his Marino. Tell anyone he leads with a competence that comes from decades of dedicated preparation. Resolve that comes from deep rooted patriotism, and he leads with an understanding as personal and painful, an understanding as could be possible about the sacrifice that our freedom. Requires? General Kelly once said to this gathering of his fellow gold star parents those with less of a sense of service to the nation will never understand when men and women of character step forward. Look danger and adversity straight in the eye and refused to blink or give ground even their own death. The protected can't begin to understand the price paid. So they and their families can sleep safe and free at night. John Kelly and his family know that price they paid at prices fully as anyone has. What is so often the case Madam President? It is those who have already given so much the most willing to give even more John services secretary of homeland security, and now is White House chief of staff reflected the values and instincts that made him such an effective leader of marines. It was only about working closely with him at his team that this congress has been able to record so many substantial accomplishments for the American people, the Marine Corps is stronger John Kelly of leadership America's better for his distinguished career of service as he departs the White House this month, I extend my deep gratitude for a job well done. President. From Arizona's unimpressive. I just want to thank my colleague, the majority leader for his comments about me, he asked if there were differences between the time that I served before this most recent time, and I must say that the thing that I have noticed. Most is the kindness with which I've been treated by my colleagues and by staff, and I'm talking about colleagues and staff on both sides of the aisle by other people that work here at the capitol, including most especially the capitol police. I never expected to be welcomed back with that degree of kindness, and I have commented that it might be nice thing if we could extend that same degree of kindness to each other every day rather than just to those who come back after a long absence, but I do very much appreciate. Your comments, Mr. leader and most especially your leadership and friendship over the years. Thank you very much. Later time. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, followed by another Senator we take you now live to the floor. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is making leader time remarks. Are we in farm? We are I asked me ananymous consent. The corn be dispensed with without objection. Thank you. Madam President now with only four days remaining until laps in government funding. Democrats still not heard back from President Trump about whether he's willing to accept either of our offers to keep the government funded for that matter Republicans in congress both house and Senate have been almost entirely silent about what plan they might support to avoid to shutdown. They say they want to avoid a shutdown are Republicans in the house and Senate. They have no plan yesterday. Senate Republicans were telling reporters they had no idea what the White House's plan was or even if it had one. So let me remind my Republican colleagues and President Trump that Democrats have put to reasonable ways to avoid to shut down on the table, the six o'clock creations bills, plus a one year CR for homeland security or CR for all seven bills fund. The government knew. Neither proposal contains a single democratic demand. Democrat is pounding their tight fist on the table. And saying we have to shut down the government, unless we get our way the way President Trump is we only want to fund the government, if President Trump would accept either proposal, it would sail through the house and Senate, and we conclude the nation's business before the Christmas holiday, the only proposal that cannot pass is the president's demand for an unnecessary ineffective exorbitantly expensive border wall. So President Trump throws a temper tantrum and clings to his position on the wall. He will not get a wall, but he will cause a Trump shutdown over Christmas with only a few days to go until appropriations laps on Friday at midnight. President Trump needs to come out of hiding and accept one of our proposals to keep the government open either. We'll get a majority of votes on the floor of the house and the Senate now on another matter healthcare ruling last. Friday from the federal judge in Texas is put the future of the Affordable Care Act doubt. Every American should be aware of the fact that it's the rulings.
"marine corps station" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"Each coastal base has a relief base when we had the hurricane two weeks before the name escapes me hit North Carolina full Florence. I believe Florence. All of those Marine Corps stations. Shaw air force base in South Carolina. Seymour Johnson in North Carolina. They all have evacuation basis, which are mainly inland. You know, we we have been in a vacuum. Asian base at willow grove for the navy at Oshii Enna and we've also enact from willow grove out farther, west to Ohio, etc. To get the planes safe. But no aircraft is ever worth the loss of life. And this base will get rebuilt. It will cost lots of money, but it's still a matter of lives and. The last comment was is there a cover up going on? They had plenty of time to act. No, they didn't the air force did everything they could to evacuate the important people, the wives the sons daughters, right? The bare minimum people stayed at Tyndall. Yeah. There were aircraft. I saw I saw the drone footage of the Q F sixteens in the hangar and hangers completely devastated. And all of that will get rebuilt, but I don't think Tyndall loss a single life from that hurricane which is far more important. Yeah. And in kind of amazing too. When you look at the the devastation from that hurricane. All right. Well, it sounds like when it comes to mother nature, even when we're trying to protect extremely expensive aircraft. It's it's not always possible. And. As you mentioned David there are higher priorities at times. So we may see this again, you know, with I I would change that verb. There's no may we will see this again. Unfortunately, as far as Bill Terry basis, go you wanna go places, and especially training basis like Pensacola and all the bases in Texas. You wanna be able to train and Tyndall you wanted to be able to train all year long. And there's a reason why those bases were there. The weather's good all year long most of accepting. Yeah. Well, but yeah. No. I I get your point at. Yeah. I mean, it's there's a reason why we've done what we've done there's some of the oldest basis. You know, you don't learn to fly in Chicago. And this goes for not that we. A lot of hurricanes on the west coast. But here's something probably don't realize, but Miramar Marine Corps air station. Miramar? I think is only maybe twenty miles away from the San Andreas fault. The more is almost on the San Andreas fault. Mother nature will always win. Yeah. All right. Well, sometimes you can grab control the situation yourself. Now, if you're fighting mother nature, maybe not so much but moving to another avoir story. This is passenger grabs controls after pilot collapses. Now max t sometime, I think probably, you know, people are pilots maybe daydream about what happens in that time where somehow the pilot is incapacitated..
"marine corps station" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Tour of north and South Carolina following hurricane Florence this event taking place at the Marine Corps station. In cherry point, North Carolina. The president opening remarks saying in part America grieves with you our hearts break for you. God bless you. We're with you all the way our entire American family is with you and ready to help you will recover and the president will continue his tour throughout the day returning to the White House tonight. You're listening to C span radio and WCS PFM Washington. We take you now to a discussion on United States United kingdom relations and Brexit. The Heritage Foundation is hosting this discussion continue the Heritage Foundation out of the Margaret Thatcher of central freedom. And also welcome to offer. You is on C span. Joining us. It's my great pleasure to introduce horrible. Patterson MP, I've known now for nearly two decades facing back to when he was pulmonary private secretary to then leader of the conservative party, Don Smith and also working lady hundreds private office in London. Owned has always been a Heine principal conservative as well as rebuffs transplant assists and audience support for the US UK suffer. He's been outstanding. And dedicated and p. For north structure since nineteen ninety seven. And so the secretary of state for environment food and rural affairs and a sanctuary state for Northern Ireland Nile Gardner of the Heritage Foundation. He was one of the first British Conservatives to support Brexit and more recently has been a prominent critic of Prime Minister Theresa May's checkers agreement which prompted the resignation supposed the foreign secretary and breakfasts when it was announced in July. Owen has urged the British government to fully restore persons sovereignty. Would it exits the you in two thousand nineteen and has called on the United States and the United Kingdom to negotiate and sign a free trade deal that would further advance the economic partnership between the world's largest and fifth-largest economists. Please join me welcoming my very good friend of ours. Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. Thank you very much for that kind introduction. It's a great pleasure to return to heritage. Yes, again is here about a year ago and gives me the opportunity to update you on the progress of the Brexit negotiations. I would highlight why eight free trading global. United Kingdom is so important to the United States, and what a huge difference cooperation between like minded people in Washington and Westminster can make insecure in that outcome when I lost weight you out lined the democratic mandate on which Brexit stands at the two thousand fifteen general election. The conservatives promised that if elected they would hold a decisive in or out referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union. The party was returned to government with an increased number of votes and seats in the house of Commons when that referendum was held in two thousand sixteen seventeen point four million people voted to leave the e u. More than have ever voted for any issue political party in British history. This was a decisive vote to leave but did not specify the precise. Details. In her speech at the house in January twenty seven to the prime minister gave the detail what leaving would look like she said, we do not seek membership of the single market full customs union. Membership prevents us from the chasing own comprehensive trade deals. We will take back control of and bring an end to the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice. At the twenty seventeen general election. The conservatives rear pledging that and of course, again, as we leave the European Union. We will no longer be members of the single market or customs union. The policy won more votes than any party for twenty five years, the labor party also endorsed leading the single market and the customs union so that eighty five percent of the overall votes cast at the election for parties to define Brexit as leaving leaving the customs union and leaving the renewal of the European quarter Justice the principle remain party, a Liberal Democrats actually saw its numbers of four. Since then. The government has published its most disappointing checkers agreement setting out his proposals for the future UK, you relationship. This document, however fails to deliver the conservative Brexit manifesto pledge in anything but name even only oppose and I quite by Michel Bunia, a former president of the Dutch customs association. Has expressed his dismay the plan. Does not even explain how cross-border value added tax would be handled. It is completely unacceptable, and I will vote against it. The paper proposes that the UK remains as if quite combined customs territory with the EU alongside a commitment to quite a common rulebook for trade in goods, including agrifoods. This would see the UK collecting tariffs on behalf of the EU and worse still bound to European rules on all goods, including food and agriculture products. The common in common rulebook is a complete misnomer. It is nothing, but the European Union rulebook over which the UK will lose its right to vote. Once we leave. We will not even help to draft the roads. The checks agreement accepts that accepts but meekly states that we should be consulted as European rules. Are changed sovereign state me being consulted on the rules imposed upon his would not be taking back control. We're told the parliament. We'll have the ability to reject further changes you law yet. Check is also says that the UK will quote, commit by treaty to ongoing harmonization in areas covered by the EU rulebook, parliament's suppose, it independence comes on the condition that the EU can impose consequences should MP's ever. Have the temerity to exercise this, right? Leaving us as a permanent rule taking supplicants without any practical chance of amending the laws third imposed upon us. British Conservative Party member Owen Paterson crucially accepting the terms of checkers would severely impede the UK's ability to strike new trading arrangements. Around the world and seven brace. The chief economic opportunities of Brexit that is obviously bad news for UK. But he don't say bad news for the United States. To see why consider the existential battle currently being played out across the world. The battle of ideas competition, lead capitalism and state led intervention. Between competition and cronyism, our enemies apology, and wealth destruction. I believe that wealth can be created or destroyed. I believe it is more difficult to create is to destroy. I believe that competition exercise by a free people based on the quality of their ideas and a capacity for hard work is the greatest force mankind has ever known to create it. Cronyism protectionism and over-regulation have destroyed. Well, suppressing technology and push people deeper into poverty competition. Bird spectacularly, innovative ideas, and turn them into companies that employ hundreds of thousands of people. The last two decades with markets opening up off the fall of communism. One billion people are being lifted out of penury. One hundred thousand people every day. Early famously wrote in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight. And I quote. A battle to feed all humanity is over. In the nineteen seventies. Hundreds of millions of people will starve to death in spite of any crash programs embarked upon now. Then the food supply was on two thousand calories per person per day in thirty four of one hundred and fifty two countries by two thousand thirteen that was true in any two of one hundred and seventy three. Technological improvements. Open markets and the spread of democracy have seen famine all but disappear outside walls ends the key figure was Norman Borlaug the father of the green revolution. Whose what say the lives of one billion people BULLDOGS pioneering work crazy, high yield disease, resistant, wheat and rice varieties, which could be grown in varying. Climates not he's sixty three ninety five percent of Mexico's wheat was born logs variety and the harvest of joined by six times from what has being before his breakthrough. Them began shipping, he ceased India and Pakistan in order to combat. The appalling starvation crisis is new technologies we're rapidly adopted. Now hacker Erlich India and Pakistan have been net food exporters for decades Buluk is recognized as one of the great heroes of the twentieth century. He's one of any seven to receive congressional gold medal and the presidential medal of freedom as well as the Nobel peace prize. You can't US half. A century is promoted competition.
Thousands in Okinawa protest US Marine base relocation
"One tens. Of thousands of protesters have gathered in Okinawa vowing, to stop the. Planned relocation of a US military base on the southern Japanese island around seventy thousand Okinawans. Have rallied against the relocation plan to move Marine, Corps, station From a crowded neighborhood to a. Less populated coastal site they believe the move would not only be an environmental debacle also ignore local wishes to have the base shifted, from the on entirely the protestors held up signs saying new. Base no an Okinawans will not give up. As chanted slogans the central government says the current. Plan is the only solution about, half of the fifty thousand American troops in Japan assays on
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"Degrees with rain in Boston Top stories now it's a mixed bag as far as crowds go at the malls and, Massachusetts for shoppers benefiting from. The state's first sales tax holiday in three years A law was approved by the legislature. And signed by governor Baker yesterday waving the state sales tax this. Weekend speaking of the governor he's kicking, off his reelection bid today with the vents in Shrewsbury Gloucester. There's just less than one month to go before the state's Republican primary businesses are open in downtown Charlottesville Virginia today, where arriving. Visitors are being met by. Heavy security today's the one year anniversary of the white national white nationalist violence in the Virginia city that turned deadly last year Well tens of thousands of protesters. Have gathered in Okinawa vowing to stop the planned relocation of a US military base on the southern Japanese island around, seventy thousand Okinawans have. Rallied against the relocation plan to move Marine Corps station from a crowded neighborhood to a less populated coastal site. They believe the move would not only be an environmental debacle but also ignored local issues to have the, base shifted from the entirely the protestors held up signs saying new base no an Okinawans will not give up as c. chanted slogans the central government says. The current, plan is the only, solution about half of the fifty thousand American troops in Japan a stationed. On economic I'm Charles de Ledesma amass is being held in Connecticut. To celebrate a Reverend who created the, knights of Columbus Michael mcgivney was an assistant pastor at New. Haven church when he founded the group in eighteen eighty two and he's now being considered for sainthood by the Vatican Several thousand people are taking part in. A hilltop ceremony in Waterbury Connecticut at the former site of holy land USA it opened in nineteen fifty, five but fell into disrepair and closed thirty years later Officials say. An air freshener near an air circulation system is the likely cause, of. Sickness among ten staff members at the Epping regional health center in New Hampshire the health center was evacuated Thursday as a precaution Employees were taken to Exeter hospital for treatment after complaining, of dizziness and tightness in the chest a medical center spokeswoman says crews are inspecting the building's heating ventilation system and the carbon monoxide poisoning has been ruled. Out the medical center plans to reopen on Monday In Saint Louis black. A Ferguson city councilman unseats longtime St Louis prosecutor Bob McCulloch CBS's Michelle, Miller reports the wind comes on the anniversary week of the Ferguson shooting death of Michael Brown Bells democratic primary upset.
"marine corps station" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"In. Okinawa vowing to stop the planned relocation of the US military base on the southern Japanese island around seventy thousand Okinawans have rallied against the relocation plan to move Marine Corps station from a crowded neighborhood to a less populated coastal. Site they believe the move would not only be an environmental, debacle but would also ignore local wishes to have the base shifted from the honor and entirely the protestors held up signs saying new, base, no and Okinawans will not give up as each chanted. Slogans the central government says the current plan is the only solution about half of the fifty thousand American troops in, Japan a stationed on. Economic I'm Charles through the. Israeli military says its forces struck HAMAs position in Khasi yesterday that was after, Palestinians rallying at the Gaza, border threw a grenade and explosive devices at Israeli troops breaking, news townhall dot. Com New Mexico property. Owner says he told authorities late spring that he met the father of a, missing George boy after he, and others arrived in the area where they built a squalid, squalid desert compound Just filthy I mean even So. Much worse, than Even on, a on a camera just being. Here in the. Smell it's that's horrible Jason badgers had yesterday he doesn't understand, why didn't, raid the site sooner given his report about the. Man a last minute technical problem delayed Nashes unprecedented flight to, the sun earlier today the launch countdown had to be halted with one minute fifty, five seconds remaining on the clock. That keeps, at delta four rocket at Cape Canaveral Florida with Parker solar probe attached, they say they'll try.
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"marine corps station" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The birth of your own children former mayor of indianapolis greg ballard spent twenty three years in the marine corps stationed overseas during the gulf war in the early nineties later on when i did get married to winnie i she was in san clemente california my first duty station was camp pendleton and on the north end of camp pendleton is implementing so we she worked at the bank and we met there but when you talk about sacrifice it you do leave your family quite often particularly in very difficult circumstances and then after that and then you come home and that's that's great coming home obviously i came home with bill i did not go come home to a big party that you see sometimes i got home about two or three in the morning along with my intern came home and and kids were there unfortunately son did not know me again talk about sacrifice my my daughter kinda recognize me she was about three and my son is about to but he didn't only so that's that's hard rusty night was in the navy and thousands of miles away from his home in indianapolis we're back home he was dating a girl named kelly you decided while he was in boot camp he was going to propose to her so he'd be able to take her with him as his wife i think what actually drove me to want to do that was because i loved her and i loved what i was doing at that time even though it was part of boot camp and it was the roughest time because you're trying to make that transition to a young man into a man but having her and packing her up and moving her out to california and obviously going overseas with me i just wanted her to be with me because once you go into duty you don't know if you come back home or not but it makes it a lot easier when you know you got somebody waiting on you and i think what the combination of being in the service and being far away from my wife was kind of the reason why we've been able to stay together for so long because there's sometimes you can talk to people that don't quite understand what you're going through and the sacrifices that you make having someone that you love and they love you and kind of made a just a little bit easier gina napier didn't leave her entire family behind when she enlisted in the army her twin sister veena decided to sign up and her they had the system and we were back nate's everybody's out of their element is new tier you feel stressed you've got to do all this stuff is coming in hollering at ya you like i don't know what to do but he has some kind of guiding has mytalk twominute does make it easier it's just it's a different lifestyle they you know you just the way i looked at it and one thing that really kind of that kind of got me through it was that old song by tears for fares.
"marine corps station" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Thing state national guard personnel not federalized are not subject to the posse comitatus act in over four congress passed a law that previous administrations have used to allow the government to fund national guard troops participating in border security operations triggered by homeland defense activity under title thirty two so one report indicates it's unlikely that guard troops will have physical contact with immigrants at the border then there's the exact number of troops two thousand four thousand well that's about a two thousand plus mile border so that would be either be one or two national guardsmen per mile which would not seem like a large number of people to have much of an impact one eight six six five zero jimbo one eight six six five zero five four six two six that's steve in lebanon pennsylvania good evening steve good evening jim bo i showed in the national guard up here in pennsylvania for six years and also served a year in the reserve have we had troops from my former company only us mexico border yes various national guard troops up and down there there's also been active duty troops have been down there doing projects on her titled ten of what you're talking about with voting roads and access roads and stuff along the border i've a friend of mine is currently a sheriff's deputy in montana and back when he was in the marine corps stationed station california with the name your company and what they were doing the us mexico border was they were building roads for us border patrol now we have a constitutional duty to defend this country whether it's via the military or under command control department of defense or the president of the united states i understand policy posse comitatus has some restrictions on that were active duty troops cannot be used for law enforcement issues look at katrina right there's a bunch of national guard troops that were brought down there but they're also being used for there's an instance where they went around and they have some what you're supposed to return this anyway but now those those were related not they were they were state national guard troops under state control were they not.
"marine corps station" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Station of kidnapping but released days later eric leonard kfi news a socalled friendly soccer game in santa ana has turned into a beat down the game was between former players of a couple of professional mexican soccer clubs fans of global america and 'pumas set it up rushing the field and getting into a brawl police say about fifty people were part of the fight video shows fans rushing the field and throwing punches and kicks the game had to be suspended yesterday afternoon police say five people were taken into custody antara mullin back kfi news emir marine corps stationed in san diego's investigating a flash fire that severely burned two marines the marines are both from a reserve unit based in taxes this officials say the explosion happened last night while the marines were doing maintenance work on an fa eighteen hornet fighter jet a professor at the university of delaware has lost her job after saying the american student who died after being held by north korea got exactly what he deserved anthropology professor catherine detweiler posted wednesday on facebook that auto warm beer it was typical of a mindset of a lot of young white rich clueless males she teaches warm bear was in a coma when north korea released him earlier this month he died last week not close to a million dollars but certainly not mickey mouse money either the original map of disneyland has sold at auction in la for seven hundred eight thousand in dollars will not quite the nine hundred grand expected the price is still believed to be the biggest ever paid for a disneyland survey the winning bidder apparently wants to remain anonymous rarely in galleries at hamble the auction says the celebrated map was created by walt disney an herb reimann and was used to secure funding for the park and i do fifty three disneyland open two years later michael supriyadi kfi news traffic from your helpful socal honda.
"marine corps station" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In of kidnapping but released days later eric leonard kfi news a socalled friendly soccer game in santa ana has turned into a beat down the game was between former players of a couple of professional mexican soccer clubs fence of kluba medica and 'pumas set it up rushing the field and getting into a brawl police say about fifty people were part of the fight videos shows fans rushing the field and throwing punches and kicks the game had to be suspended yesterday afternoon police say five people were taken into custody antara mullin back kfi news emir marine corps stationed in san diego's investigating a flash fire that severely burned two marines the marines are both from a reserve unit based in texas officials say the explosion happened last night while the marines were doing maintenance work on an fa eighteen hornet fighter jet a professor at the university of delaware has lost her job after saying the american student who died after being held by north korea got exactly what he deserved anthropology professor catherine detweiler posted wednesday on facebook that auto warm beer was typical of a mindset of a lot of young white rich clueless males she teaches warm bear was in a coma when north korea released him earlier this month he died last week not close to a million dollars but certainly not mickey mouse money either the original map of disneyland has sold at auction in la for seven hundred eight thousand dollars will not quite the nine hundred grand expected the price is still believed to be the biggest ever paid for a disneyland survey the winning bidder apparently wants to remain anonymous rarely and galleries at hamble the auction says the celebrated map was created by walt disney and herb rhyme in an was used to secure.