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Despite Biden’s Assurances, Americans Held Hostage in Afghanistan

The Sean Hannity Show

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Despite Biden’s Assurances, Americans Held Hostage in Afghanistan

"It's more real than ever now even many in the mob the media recognizing what we have been brightly reporting that. Yeah we abandoned americans behind enemy lie ally wines and that they are hostages. Yup twenty four days even. Cbs news correspondent christina. Ricci fini reporting that multiple flights are being held on the ground and mazaar-i-sharif isseri airport in northern afghanistan by the taliban email sim by the state department of congress members. Explain the flights held by the taliban have permission to land in cutter but only this is our state but only quote if and when the taliban agrees to the take off okay. The taliban is holding them hostage. A congressional source tells cbs news. This is not the sean hannity news department. Cbs news so it's not exactly your right wing conspiracy telling you any of this anyway. There's a a group of people they have been now waiting for six days to take between six hundred and twelve hundred people including nineteen american citizens and permanent residents out of afghanistan or as we should now call it. The islamic emirates of afghanistan and the group teaches young women leadership through athletics told. Cbs yeah. they've been waiting for six days. Not well does that sound like a hostage situation to you biden administration is now even saying there's little we can do. We do not control their airspace. You kidding me.

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Democracy Now! Audio

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"mazaar" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Place. Everybody to live a mobile. Could you talk about responding to those who say that. In fact it was really only in urban areas where the situation for women minorities journalistic cetera improved whereas in rural areas. There wasn't so much improvement in the last twenty years and the war was much more visible there. Could you respond to that and explain what you know of the differences between rural areas and urban areas. Here of course the focus is principally if not exclusively on double. We're to a point. That was the but in the reported being rector appointed our experience. You know that is true but the reason for being that the carbon is the capital of the country so only if they help all of the everything was kind of concentrated than kabul but this also to out the changed either. Big cities have ghanistan in or like that. Kandahar like chirac mazaar. They are not about. They all started coming and picking their product so then the situation really changed and in women started taking place even and or of the provinces of afghanistan and labor more or a lot more actually than than than before but of course never as much as the center so that there was a truth. But then i believe when it comes to the to the question of development in a way that is the truth anywhere in the world because you know because it picks it takes long time for the system to be to be adjusted so into be to be planned so that everybody a-to-z and the country takes advantage of it. So that's what it was. It was not taking in that nothing purposely. It was nothing done to to keep their woman of the of the of the provinces of galveston and the dark. But that's that's how a cop and took away but right now if we if we go back to. This situation is going to be a lot worse. Because then the the the provinces and you know they're all going to be completely forgotten and going to make a lot more difficult so so that's that's where we but as president of the afghan women's network but we also want to bring into this discussion raphia zaccaria author and columnist. Who's written a new book. It's called against white feminism notes on disruption that looks part at the role of women in the push for the united states to attack afghanistan Reveal welcome to democracy. Now you've called the us war and afghanistan the first feminist war. If you can go back in time and elaborate take us through it so first of all. Thank you amy. It's a pleasure to speak with you and be democracy now. The story of This war which i called the first feminist war begins obviously in the years before nine. Eleven happened when feminist organization called firmness majority was running a campaign to end gender apartheid in afghanistan and Towards the end of the ninety s this campaign really regained traction because of his champion by the wife of jay leno and she attracted a lot of celebrities like meryl streep to the cause. That was neighbors. May miss yes si- And now when nine eleven happened You know the us was looking for a maiden in a lot of cases revenge but also for an argument that would justify its invasion of ghanistan given that You know none of the nine. Eleven hijackers were actually from ghana stock. So they kind of latched onto this program that was already part of the feminist majority and the leaders of the feminist majority actually consulted with the state department and with the white house before The invasion was announced ever-present when colin powell made the announcement for the invasion. And the reason. I call it a feminist war the first feminist floors because until then Us feminists at least had a had functioned as a check on the state they were against war they were against unjust invasions and interventions. But when this happened You know the the large feminist organisations and prominent feminists including gloria steinem supported the incursion if two of ghanistan saying at the this establish democracy which ultimately would be good for women's rights. And that's what they did They essentially allied with the us strategic interest in afghanistan and allow for feminism to be used essentially as a cover story for what was You know a strategic interention based on us national interest so the consequence of course is what we see today. What your previous guest spoke about which is the Feminism has been lee de legitimized in afghanistan because it is associated with an occupying force. And i would say that there. He's in two hundred. You know a ton of on mementos basan back. Two hundred years is because of that is because this sort of misuse of feminism largely led by white and western women who wanted to Sort of modify of ghana stan in their own image in ways which they saw best has completely failed and And now of gone women are left to pick up the pieces and deal with the taliban and You know hopefully. I mean be because i don't. I don't argue with the fact that changes have happened for women. The part i. I really get upset about. Is that you know. All of those changes took place because of this fragile aid economy. The united states created by pumping a lot of money into can the economy. Creating sort of ngo level workforce Off on that catered to the western presence and Now that the us has left all of that you know. The house of cards has collapsed. And so all of those people our serving ngos or various like government arms of of the. Us are are essentially. Not i mean they're they don't have jobs they're not gonna and and you know a vast majority of them are not going to be able to leave and i pin this. To widen restaurants are museum because refused. It absolutely refused Because is you know as you've been showing on your program. There were people saying this for over a decade while for me two decades but there was no even even up to twenty eleven twenty twelve. There was no room at all within the american public. Fear whether it's democrat or republican to say that you know this is actually hurting of.

afghanistan chirac mazaar raphia zaccaria Kandahar us kabul galveston ghanistan ghana meryl streep jay leno lee de basan colin powell amy gloria steinem white house taliban house of cards
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Democracy Now! Audio

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"mazaar" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Place. Everybody to live a mobile. Could you talk about responding to those who say that. In fact it was really only in urban areas where the situation for women minorities journalistic cetera improved whereas in rural areas. There wasn't so much improvement in the last twenty years and the war was much more visible there. Could you respond to that and explain what you know of the differences between rural areas and urban areas. Here of course the focus is principally if not exclusively on double. Yeah well to a point. That was the but in the reported being rector appointed our experience. You know that is true but the reason for being that the carbon is the capital of the country so only if they help all of the everything was kind of concentrated than kabul but this also to out the changed either. Big cities have ghanistan in or like that. Kandahar like chirac mazaar. They are not about. They all started coming and picking their product so then the situation really changed and in women started taking place even and or of the provinces of afghanistan and labor more or a lot more actually than than than before but of course never as much as the center so that there was a truth. But then i believe when it comes to the to the question of development in a way that is the truth anywhere in the world because you know because it picks it takes a long time for the system to be to be adjusted so into be to be planned so that everybody a-to-z and the country takes advantage of it. So that's what it was. It was not taking in that nothing done purposely. It was nothing done to to keep their woman of the of the of the provinces of galveston and the dark. But that's that's how a cop and took away but right now if we if we go back to. This situation is going to be a lot worse. Because then the the the provinces and you know they're all going to be completely forgotten and going to make a lot more difficult. So so that's that's where we but as president of the afghan women's network but we also want to bring into this discussion raphia zaccaria author and columnist. Who's written a new book. It's called against white feminism notes on disruption that looks part at the role of women in the push for the united states to attack afghanistan Reveal welcome to democracy. Now you've called the us war and afghanistan the first feminist war. If you can go back in time and elaborate take us through it so first of all. Thank you amy. It's a pleasure to speak with you and be democracy now. The story of This war which i called the first feminist war begins obviously in the years before nine. Eleven happened when feminist organization called firmness majority was running a campaign to end gender apartheid in afghanistan and towards the end of the ninety s. This campaign really regained traction. Because of his champion by the wife of jay leno and she attracted a lot of celebrities like meryl streep to the cause. That was neighbors. May miss yes si- And now when nine eleven happened You know the us was looking for a maiden in a lot of cases revenge but also for an argument that would justify its invasion of ghanistan given that You know none of the nine. Eleven hijackers were actually from ghana stock. So they kind of latched onto this program that was already part of the feminist majority and the leaders of the feminist majority actually consulted with the state department and with the white house before The invasion was announced ever-present when colin powell made the announcement for the invasion. And the reason. I call it a feminist war the first feminist floors because until then Us feminists at least had a had functioned as a check on the state they were against war they were against unjust invasions and interventions. But when this happened You know the the large feminist organisations and prominent feminists including gloria steinem supported the incursion if two of ghanistan saying at the this establish democracy which ultimately would be good for women's rights. And that's what they did They essentially allied with the us strategic interest in afghanistan and allow for feminism to be used essentially as a cover story for what was You know a strategic interention based on us national interest so the consequence of course is what we see today. What your previous guest spoke about which is the Feminism has been lee de legitimized in afghanistan because it is associated with an occupying force. And i would say that there. He's in two hundred. You know a ton of on mementos basan back. Two hundred years is because of that is because this sort of misuse of feminism largely led by white and western women who wanted to Sort of modify of ghana stan in their own image in ways which they saw best has completely failed and And now of gone women are left to pick up the pieces and deal with the taliban and You know hopefully. I mean be because i don't. I don't argue with the fact that changes have happened for women. The part i. I really get upset about. Is that you know. All of those changes took place because of this fragile aid economy. The united states created by pumping a lot of money into can the economy. Creating sort of ngo level workforce Off on that catered to the western presence and Now that the us has left all of that you know. The house of cards has collapsed. And so all of those people our serving ngos or various like government arms of of the. Us are are essentially. Not i mean they're they don't have jobs they're not gonna and and you know a vast majority of them are not going to be able to leave and i pin this. To widen restaurants are museum because refused. It absolutely refused Because is you know as you've been showing on your program. There were people saying this for over a decade while for me two decades but there was no even even up to twenty eleven twenty twelve. There was no room at all within the american public. Fear whether it's democrat or republican to say that you know this is actually hurting of.

afghanistan chirac mazaar raphia zaccaria Kandahar us kabul galveston ghanistan ghana meryl streep jay leno lee de basan colin powell amy gloria steinem white house taliban house of cards
"mazaar" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"mazaar" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Place. Everybody to live a mobile. Could you talk about responding to those who say that. In fact it was really only in urban areas where the situation for women minorities journalistic cetera improved whereas in rural areas. There wasn't so much improvement in the last twenty years and the war was much more visible there. Could you respond to that and explain what you know of the differences between rural areas and urban areas. Here of course the focus is principally if not exclusively on double. Yeah well to a point. That was the but in the reported being pro point in our experience you know that is true but the reason for being that the carbon is the capital of the country so only if they help all of the everything was kind of concentrated than kabul but this also to out the changed either. Big cities have ghanistan in or like that kandahar like chirac mazaar. They are not about. They all started coming and picking their product so then the situation really changed and in women started taking place even and or of the provinces of afghanistan and labor more or a lot more actually than than than before but of course never as much as the center so that there was a truth. But then i believe when it comes to the to the question of development in a way that is the truth anywhere in the world because you know because it picks it takes long time for the system to be to be adjusted so into be to be planned so that everybody a-to-z and the country takes advantage of it. So that's what it was. It was not taking in that nothing purposely. It was nothing done to to keep their woman of the of the of the provinces of galveston and the dark. But that's that's how a cop and took away but right now if we if we go back to. This situation is going to be a lot worse. Because then the the the provinces and you know they're all going to be completely forgotten and going to make a lot more difficult so so. That's that's where we but as president of the women's network but we also want to bring into this discussion raphia zaccaria author and columnist. Who's written a new book. It's called against white feminism notes on disruption that looks part at the role of women in the push for the united states to attack afghanistan Reveal welcome to democracy. Now you've called the us war and afghanistan the first feminist war. If you can go back in time and elaborate take us through it so first of all. Thank you amy. It's a pleasure to speak with you and be democracy now. The story of This war which i called the first feminist war begins obviously in the years before nine. Eleven happened when feminist organization calmness majority was running a campaign to end gender apartheid in afghanistan and towards the end of the ninety s. This campaign really regained traction. Because of his champion by the wife of jay leno and she attracted a lot of celebrities like meryl streep to the cause. That was neighbors. may miss. Yes cy and now when nine. Eleven happened You know the us was looking for a maiden in a lot of cases revenge but also for an argument that would justify its invasion of ghanistan. Given that You know none of the nine. Eleven hijackers were actually from ghana stock. So they kind of latched onto this program that was already part of the feminist majority and the leaders of the feminist majority actually consulted with the state department and with the white house before The invasion was announced ever-present when colin powell made the announcement for the invasion. And the reason. I call it a feminist war the first feminist floors because until then Us feminists at least had a had functioned as a check on the state they were against war they were against unjust invasions and interventions. But when this happened You know the the large feminist organisations and prominent feminists including gloria steinem supported the incursion if two of ghanistan saying at the this establish democracy which ultimately would be good for women's rights. And that's what they did They essentially allied with the us strategic interest in afghanistan and allow for feminism to be used essentially as a cover story for what was You know a strategic interention based on us national interest so the consequence of course is what we see today. What your previous guest spoke about which is the Feminism has been lee de legitimized in afghanistan because it is associated with an occupying force. And i would say that there. He's in two hundred. You know a ton of on mementos basan back. Two hundred years is because of that is because this sort of misuse of feminism largely led by white and western women who wanted to Sort of modify of ghana stan in their own image in ways which they saw best has completely failed and And now of gone women are left to pick up the pieces and deal with the taliban and You know hopefully. I mean be because i don't. I don't argue with the fact that changes have happened for women. The part i i really get upset about is that you know. All of those changes Took place because of this fragile aid economy. The united states created by pumping a lot of money into can the economy. Creating sort of ngo level workforce off on that catered to the western presence and Now that the us has left all of that you know. The house of cards has collapsed. And so all of those people our serving ngos or various like government arms of of the. Us are are essentially. Not i mean they're they don't have jobs they're not gonna and and you know a vast majority of them are not going to be able to leave and i pin this. To widen restaurants are museum because refused. It absolutely refused Because is you know as you've been showing on your program. There were people saying this for over a decade while for me two decades but there was no even even up to twenty eleven twenty twelve. There was no room at all within the american public. Fear whether it's democrat or republican to say that you know this is actually hurting of.

afghanistan chirac mazaar raphia zaccaria kandahar us kabul galveston ghanistan ghana meryl streep jay leno lee de basan colin powell amy gloria steinem white house taliban house of cards
"mazaar" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"mazaar" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Place. Everybody to live a mobile. Could you talk about responding to those who say that. In fact it was really only in urban areas where the situation for women minorities journalistic cetera improved whereas in rural areas. There wasn't so much improvement in the last twenty years and the war was much more visible there. Could you respond to that and explain what you know of the differences between rural areas and urban areas. Here of course the focus is principally if not exclusively on double. Yeah well to a point. That was the but in the reported being wreck point in our experience you know that is true but the reason for being that the carbon is the capital of the country so only if they help all of the everything was kind of concentrated than kabul but this also to out the changed either. Big cities have ghanistan in or like that kandahar like chirac mazaar. They are not about. They all started coming and picking their product so then the situation really changed and in women started taking place even and or of the provinces of afghanistan and labor more or a lot more actually than than than before but of course never as much as the center so that there was a truth. But then i believe when it comes to the to the question of development in a way that is the truth anywhere in the world because you know because it picks it takes a long time for the system to be to be adjusted so into be to be planned so that everybody a-to-z and the country takes advantage of it. So that's what it was. It was not taking in that nothing purposely done to to keep their woman of the of the of the provinces of galveston and the dark. But that's that's how a cop and took away but right now if we if we go back to. This situation is going to be a lot worse. Because then the the the provinces and you know they're all going to be completely forgotten and going to make a lot more difficult. So so that's that's where we but as president of the african women's network but we also want to bring into this discussion raphia zaccaria author and columnist. Who's written a new book. It's called against white feminism notes on disruption that looks part at the role of women in the push for the united states to attack afghanistan Reveal welcome to democracy. Now you've called the us war and afghanistan the first feminist war. If you can go back in time and elaborate take us through it so first of all. Thank you amy. It's a pleasure to speak with you and be democracy now. The story of This war which i called the first feminist war begins obviously in the years before nine. Eleven happened when feminist organization called firmness majority was running a campaign to end gender apartheid in afghanistan and Towards the end of the ninety s this campaign really regained traction because of his champion by the wife of jay leno and she attracted a lot of celebrities like meryl streep to the cause. That was neighbors. May miss yes si- And now when nine eleven happened You know the us was looking for a maiden in a lot of cases revenge but also for an argument that would justify its invasion of ghanistan given that You know none of the nine. Eleven hijackers were actually from ghana stock. So they kind of latched onto this program that was already part of the feminist majority and the leaders of the feminist majority actually consulted with the state department and with the white house before The invasion was announced ever-present when colin powell made the announcement for the invasion. And the reason. I call it a feminist war the first feminist floors because until then Us feminists at least had a had functioned as a check on the state they were against war they were against unjust invasions and interventions. But when this happened You know the the large feminist organisations and prominent feminists including gloria steinem supported the incursion if two of ghanistan saying at the this establish democracy which ultimately would be good for women's rights. And that's what they did They essentially allied with the us strategic interest in afghanistan and allow for feminism to be used essentially as a cover story for what was You know a strategic interention based on us national interest so the consequence of course is what we see today. What your previous guest spoke about which is the Feminism has been lee de legitimized in afghanistan because it is associated with an occupying force. And i would say that there. He's in two hundred you know Afghanistan on mementos basan back. Two hundred years is because of that is because this sort of misuse of feminism largely led by white and western women who wanted to Sort of modify of ghana stan in their own image in ways which they saw best has completely failed and And now of gone women are left to pick up the pieces and deal with the taliban and You hopefully i mean be. Because i don't i don't argue with the fact that changes have happened for women. The part i i really get upset about is that you know all of those changes Took place because of this fragile aid economy. The united states created by pumping a lot of money into can the economy. Creating sort of ngo level workforce Off on that catered to the western presence and Now that the us has left all of that you know. The house of cards has collapsed. And so all of those people our serving ngos or various like government arms of of the. Us are are essentially. Not i mean they're they don't have jobs they're not gonna and and you know a vast majority of them are not going to be able to leave and i pin this. To widen restaurants are museum because refused. It absolutely refused Because is you know as you've been showing on your program. There were people saying this for over a decade while for me two decades but there was no even even up to twenty eleven twenty twelve. There was no room at all within the american public. Fear whether it's democrat or republican to say that you know this is actually hurting of.

afghanistan chirac mazaar raphia zaccaria kandahar us kabul galveston ghanistan ghana meryl streep jay leno lee de basan colin powell amy gloria steinem white house Afghanistan taliban house of cards
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Democracy Now! Audio

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"mazaar" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Place. Everybody to live a mobile. Could you talk about responding to those who say that in fact it was really only in urban areas where the situation for women minorities journalist Improved whereas in rural areas. There wasn't so much improvement in the last twenty years and the war was much more visible there. Could you respond to that and explain what you know of the differences between rural areas and urban areas. Here of course the focus is principally if not exclusively on double. Yeah well to a point. That was the but in the reported being rector appointed our experience. You know that is true but the reason for being that the carbon is the capital of the country so only if they help all of the everything was kind of concentrated than kabul but this also to out the changed either. Big cities have ghanistan in or like that. Kandahar like chirac mazaar. They are not about. They all started coming and picking their product so then the situation really changed and in women started taking place even and or of the provinces of afghanistan and bit more or a lot more actually than than than before but of course never as much as the center so that there was a truth. But then i believe when it comes to the to the question of development in a way that is the truth anywhere in the world because you know because it picks it takes long time for the system to be to be adjusted so into be to be planned so that everybody a-to-z and the country takes advantage of it. So that's what it was. It was not taking in that nothing purposely. It was nothing done to to keep their woman of the of the of the provinces of afghanistan and the dark. but that's that's how a cop and took away but right now if we if we go back to. This situation is going to be a lot worse. Because then the the the provinces and you know they're all going to be completely forgotten and going to make a lot more difficult so so that's that's where we but as president of the afghan women's network but we also want to bring into this discussion raphia zaccaria author and columnist. Who's written a new book. It's called against white feminism notes on disruption that looks part at the role of women in the push for the united states to attack afghanistan Reveal welcome to democracy. Now you've called the us war and afghanistan the first feminist war. If you can go back in time and elaborate take us through it so first of all. Thank you amy. It's a pleasure to speak with you and be democracy now. The story of This war which i called the first feminist war begins obviously in the years before nine. Eleven happened when feminist organization called firmness majority was running a campaign to end gender apartheid in afghanistan and towards the end of the ninety s. This campaign really regained traction. Because of his champion by the wife of jay leno and she attracted a lot of celebrities like meryl streep to the cause. That was neighbors. May miss yes si- And now when nine eleven happened You know the us was looking for a maiden in a lot of cases revenge but also for an argument that would justify its invasion of ghanistan given that You know none of the nine. Eleven hijackers were actually from ghana stock. So they kind of latched onto this program that was already part of the feminist majority and the leaders of the feminist majority actually consulted with the state department and with the white house before The invasion was announced ever-present when colin powell made the announcement for the invasion. And the reason. I call it a feminist war the first feminist floors because until then Us feminists at least had a had functioned as a check on the state they were against war they were against unjust invasions and interventions. But when this happened You know the the large feminist organisations and prominent feminists including gloria steinem supported the incursion if two of ghanistan saying at the this establish democracy which ultimately would be good for women's rights. And that's what they did They essentially allied with the us strategic interest in afghanistan and allow for feminism to be used essentially as a cover story for what was You know a strategic interention based on us national interest so the consequence of course is what we see today. What your previous guest spoke about which is the Feminism has been lee de legitimized in afghanistan because it is associated with an occupying force. And i would say that there. He's in two hundred you know Afghanistan on mementos basan back. Two hundred years is because of that is because this sort of misuse of feminism largely led by white and western women who wanted to Sort of modify of ghana stan in their own image in ways which they saw best has completely failed and And now of gone women are left to pick up the pieces and deal with the taliban and You know hopefully. I mean be because i don't. I don't argue with the fact that changes have happened for women. The part i i really get upset about is that you know. All of those changes Took place because of this fragile aid economy. The united states created by pumping a lot of money into can the economy. Creating sort of ngo level workforce Off on that catered to the western presence and Now that the us has left all of that you know. The house of cards has collapsed. And so all of those people our serving ngos or various like government arms of of the. Us are are essentially. Not i mean they're they don't have jobs they're not gonna and and you know a vast majority of them are not going to be able to leave and i pin this. To widen restaurants are museum because refused. It absolutely refused Because is you know as you've been showing on your program. There were people saying this for over a decade while for me two decades but there was no even even up to twenty eleven twenty twelve. There was no room at all within the american public sphere whether it's democrat or republican to say that you know this is actually hurting of.

afghanistan chirac mazaar raphia zaccaria Kandahar us kabul ghanistan ghana meryl streep jay leno lee de basan colin powell amy gloria steinem white house Afghanistan taliban house of cards
"mazaar" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"mazaar" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Place. Everybody to live a mobile. Could you talk about responding to those who say that. In fact it was really only urban areas where the situation for women minorities journalistic cetera improved whereas in rural areas. There wasn't so much improvement in the last twenty years and the war was much more visible there. Could you respond to that and explain what you know of the differences between rural areas and urban areas. Here of course the focus is principally if not exclusively on double. Yeah well to a point. That was the but in the reported being rector appointed our experience. You know that is true but the reason for being that the carbon is the capital of the country so only if they help all of the everything was kind of concentrated in kabul but this also out the changed either big cities have ghanistan in or like that kandahar like chirac mazaar. They are not about. They all started coming and picking their product so then the situation really changed and in women started taking place even and or of the provinces of afghanistan and labor more or a lot more actually than than than before but of course never as much as the center so that there was a truth. But then i believe when it comes to the to the question of development in a way that is the truth anywhere in the world because you know because it picks it takes long time for the system to be to be adjusted so into be to be planned so that everybody a-to-z and the country takes advantage of it. So that's what it was. It was not taking in that nothing purposely. It was nothing done to to keep their woman of the of the of the provinces of afghanistan and the dark. but that's that's how a cop and took away but right now if we if we go back to. This situation is going to be a lot worse. Because then the the the provinces and you know they're all going to be completely forgotten and going to make a lot more difficult so so that's that's where we but as president of the afghan women's network but we also want to bring into this discussion raphia zaccaria author and columnist. Who's written a new book. It's called against white feminism notes on disruption that looks part at the role of women in the push for the united states to attack afghanistan Reveal welcome to democracy. Now you've called the us war and afghanistan the first feminist war. If you can go back in time and elaborate take us through it so first of all. Thank you amy. It's a pleasure to speak with you and be democracy now. The story of This war which i called the first feminist war begins obviously in the years before nine. Eleven happened when feminist organization calmness majority was running a campaign to end gender apartheid in afghanistan and towards the end of the ninety s. This campaign really regained traction. Because of his champion by the wife of jay leno and she attracted a lot of celebrities like meryl streep to the cause. That was may miss. Yes si- And now when nine eleven happened You know the us was looking for a maiden in a lot of cases revenge but also for an argument that would justify its invasion of ghanistan given that You know none of the nine. Eleven hijackers were actually from ghana stock. So they kind of latched onto this program that was already part of the feminist majority and the leaders of the feminist majority actually consulted with the state department and with the white house before The invasion was announced ever-present when colin powell made the announcement for the invasion. And the reason. I call it a feminist war the first feminist floors because until then Us feminists at least had a had functioned as a check on the state they were against war they were against unjust invasions and interventions. But when this happened You know the the large feminist organisations and prominent feminists including gloria steinem supported the incursion if two of ghanistan saying at the this establish democracy which ultimately would be good for women's rights. And that's what they did They essentially allied with the us strategic interest in afghanistan and allow for feminism to be used essentially as a cover story for what was You know a strategic interention based on us national interest so the consequence of course is what we see today. What your previous guest spoke about which is the Feminism has been lee de legitimized in afghanistan because it is associated with an occupying force. And i would say that there. He's in two hundred. You know a ton of on mementos basan back. Two hundred years is because of that is because this sort of misuse of feminism largely led by white and western women who wanted to Sort of modify of ghana stan in their own image in ways which they saw best has completely failed and And now of gone women are left to pick up the pieces and deal with the taliban and You know hopefully. I mean be because i don't. I don't argue with the fact that changes have happened for women. The part i i really get upset about is that you know. All of those changes Took place because of this fragile aid economy. The united states created by pumping a lot of money into can the economy. Creating sort of ngo level workforce Off on that catered to the western presence and Now that the us has left all of that you know. The house of cards has collapsed. And so all of those people our serving ngos or various like government arms of of the. Us are are essentially. Not i mean they're they don't have jobs they're not gonna and and you know a vast majority of them are not going to be able to leave and i pin this. To widen restaurants are museum because refused. It absolutely refused Because is you know as you've been showing on your program. There were people saying this for over a decade while for me two decades but there was no even even up to twenty eleven twenty twelve. There was no room at all within the american public. Fear whether it's democrat or republican to say that you know this is actually hurting of.

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What Can Afghan Women Do To Get out the Country?

Woman's Hour

02:15 min | 1 year ago

What Can Afghan Women Do To Get out the Country?

"You're a young woman in afghanistan who doesn't have joel nationality doesn't have particular money but is desperately concerned. What maybe wants to leave. What can what can you do right now. Well i spoken amin recently. Yesterday i spoken to three of them. One one of them already escaped to iran. And she's supposed to come back to afghanistan and she's absolutely desperate to go somewhere else because iran is refusing to keep her in the country and she has got relatives were in the taliban group and she has already been warned so many times to stop her activities as a women's activist and as a human rights activists at a but she didn't and she's a famous a women's rights activists and and she has been told that if you return you and your eleven year old daughter will be killed how huron she just escaped from the neighboring province herald in the west end western afghanistan and Now that's one example. Another example is another woman that i've interviewed her on numerous occasions and she's very active. She used to be very active in the northern city of mazaar-i-sharif and she told me yesterday and she sent me some voice messages on saying that To taunton have a blacklist. Oath all these People who were active and were Promoting women's rights and lgbt rights or a human rights and and they go door to door knock on the doors and search for these people but the taliban are say no. That's not true. Thus they use propaganda does the wisden propaganda against us. And we are not doing that. But what we to saint from the ground songs ghanistan from these provinces and from the eye witnesses and they are telling us a totally different story. They're saying note they even send us some video clips and images that they take secretly and On the ground the situation is different. is a chaos panic and every woman wants to were active. Wants to leave

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08:41 min | 1 year ago

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"Don't wanna do ghana stan. Yeah let's do afghanistan. I only have to touch. But they're pretty I have a couple. I got a coupla. have I have afganistan rundown. But let's do the rap which i think is best. This is on npr. This is actually cut you. Three clips got a taliban rap. Npr and then to and then. Then they're little connection to china which is beginning to become a huge humiliation for china. I think if people get kluber. Let's start with taliban taliban rat in recent days. The taliban have captured huge territory in afghanistan including many of the country's largest and most important cities president biden issued a statement reaffirming his decision for a us withdrawal and explaining the steps. He has taken but the situation is dire. The un estimates that since may nearly a quarter of a million people have been forced from their homes due to the conflict and there are reports of afghans fleeing to the capital kabul desperate to find a way out of the country. This surge defied all predictions forcing reassess. They try to figure out what could happen next for a look at the possibilities we're joined by. Npr national security correspondent. Greg mary hi greg i don. I don. What's happening today. The taliban claimed another big prize on the battlefield today. They seize the important northern city of mazaar-i-sharif. This was one of the last big cities. The government had the taliban now control virtually all the northern southern and western parts of afghanistan The associated press is reporting. The taliban appear to be within ten miles of kabul president. Ashraf ghani Just has the capital and some other parts of eastern afghanistan. He gave a recorded speech. That was televised. He said he would prevent further instability. Hard to imagine that that would reassure anyone. there's no sign that government is capable of stopping this taleban surge. So given. what options does the government have. They are shrinking by the day. They can rally and put up a fight to defend kabul. They do have resources. But it's it's really not clear that they have the will they could try to negotiate with the taliban but power-sharing isn't realistic right now it would be more. Perhaps about the terms of surrender which has happened in other cities in recent days and a third possibility is just a total collapse at the government and the troops will will simply flee. What at the other thing. I don't understand but maybe get to it. Why is the military industrial complex allowing this pullout. Is this the non pullout. Is that exactly what is going on here is. They're they're not gonna they're not gonna pull out all right. We have a lot of explaining to do the date put us. I mean the the pentagon the pentagon has got to have a lot of explaining to do because they wouldn't let anyone leave. And if you remember. I don't know if you remember this but this is about two or three years ago. He played a bunch of clips. They somebody went and did an investigation on on our involvement in afghanistan. They with the tape recorder and they record all these generals in their opinions and district. This is just before trump got elected when this took place and it was played during the trump administration. That's when general. Flynn was the one who kind of blew the whistle on this whole thing being a giant sparse. Big-money suck yeah. It was a big farce and he was the only general who came out and said so and come out and that was around the afghanistan papers. Yes that's right. That's if ghanistan pay which was showed just trillions of dollars going everywhere just farce the scam and was bad news and flynn was the only one who said it ever recorded saying it and that put a target on his back and you saw what happened to him but so there is. I believe there was a direct connection between what flynn had to say about afghanistan and what happened to flint. I wasn't wasn't a team player. No he was embarrassing everybody. Yeah you're not a team player. He's what happens to you and so he ended up getting screwed over and But this whole thing is a fiasco from the get go. It was a fiasco during their fiasco in bush didn't go. Bush didn't follow the lead of his dad of doing something quick and easy get in and get out. I mean that old man at least knew that much he got in and stayed in and then he got stuck in there in. This obama ran for presidency. If you remember we take it to the bank. As a matter of fact that he's going to get out never got out so bomb was in for eight years with biden and the never got out so what was that all about. So then trump gets his. We're getting out. And then they let him get out so he didn't get out either and so biden now gets us out and biden's already. I don't have a clip on. There was a bunch of new. You can hear him. Biden's blaming trump. So it's all trump's fault. The historical biden clip is the one. That's funny though you have it. I think i do actually yeah. President publicly silent about the taliban's accelerating takeover afghanistan privately consulting with the secretary of state and defense as well as national security adviser the rapidly deteriorating situation following the presence decision to withdraw. Us troops from a war. He believes his lasted too long and cost too. Many lives sparking fierce criticism. Well it's a disgrace and it's a national humiliation. Didn't have to be this way. The president's aids today standing by his comments from just seventy two hours ago. We're going to continue to keep our commitment. But i do not regret my decision. But now you're questioning the execution of that plan. He owns this now completely. It isn't donald. Trump's afghan policy is still biden's rush to remove americans now drawing harrison's to the chaotic evacuation from vietnam more than forty five years ago despite the president's promise otherwise there's going to be no circumstance where you see people being lifted off the roof of a embassy of the united states from afghanistan. Still for those who served and sacrificed disbelief and sadness. I'm really upset angry with with what's going on right now. Retired army ranger comment. So what i'd like to ask you for we continue is that moment the The withdrawal was it's like saigon. was that the. The embassy were the helicopter on saigon. Yeah you are older. Than i was then. So what was that like. Was it a feeling of defeat was similar to now is at the same. Like what the hell did we do. I don't think that the american public ever saw any of these things as defeat. I believe because i. I think i can reflect this. I think the american public saw these things as fiascos. They never went into the war seriously. They were always police actions. And we got rousted. Because we just we didn't have a heart wasn't in it if you really if our heart was in it were dropped bombs on these people. But it was just like a fiasco the same thing with the korean war of fiasco. This was a fiasco. This is a fiasco. Iraq was a these are fiascos run by our military and intelligence zero and intelligence at our intelligence agencies. Squandering money baby doing a favor. We don't know 'cause they always like to say well you. If you only knew won't be so happy proven you'd be happy and you'd be say. Wow you guys are the best But instead is a lot of money squandered. And and i probably wouldn't be happy if someone would finely somehow audit the pentagon and see where this money is going It's not gonna happen. We had.

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08:41 min | 1 year ago

"mazaar" Discussed on No Agenda

"You wanna do ghana stan. Let's do afghanistan only have to touch but they're pretty I've i have a couple. I got a coupon have I have afganistan rundown. But let's do the rap. Which i think is best. This is on npr. This is actually cut you. Three clips got taliban rap. Npr and then to and then then there little connection to china which is beginning to become a huge humiliation for china. i think if people get kluber. let's start with taliban taliban rat by in recent days. The taliban have captured huge territory in afghanistan including many of the country's largest and most important cities president biden issued a statement reaffirming his decision for a us withdrawal and explaining the steps. he has taken but the situation is dire. The un estimates that since may nearly a quarter of a million people have been forced from their homes due to the conflict and there are reports of afghans fleeing to the capital kabul desperate to find a way out of the country. This surge defied all predictions forcing reassess. His they try to figure out what could happen next for a look at the possibilities we're joined by. Npr national security correspondent. Greg mary hi greg i don. I don. What's happening today. The taliban claimed another big prize on the battlefield today. They seize the important northern city of mazaar-i-sharif. This was one of the last big cities. The government had the taliban now control virtually all the northern southern and western parts of afghanistan The associated press is reporting. The taliban appear to be within ten miles of kabul president. Ashraf ghani Just has the capital and some other parts of eastern afghanistan. He gave a recorded speech. That was televised. He said he would prevent further instability. Hard to imagine that that would reassure anyone. there's no sign that government is capable of stopping this taleban surge. So given. what options does the government have. They are shrinking by the day. They can rally and put up a fight to defend kabul. They do have resources. But it's it's really not clear that they have the will they could try to negotiate with the taliban but power-sharing isn't realistic right now it would be more. Perhaps about the terms of surrender which has happened in other cities in recent days and a third possibility is just a total collapse at the government and the troops will will simply flee. What at the other thing. I don't understand but maybe get to it. Why is the military industrial complex allowing this pullout. Is this the non pullout. Is that exactly what is going on here is. They're they're not gonna not gonna pull out all right. We have a lot of explaining to do the date put us. I mean the the pentagon the pentagon has got to have a lot of explaining to do because they wouldn't let anyone leave. And if you remember. I don't know if you remember this but this is about two or three years ago. He played a bunch of clips. They somebody went and did an investigation on on our involvement in afghanistan. They with the tape recorder and they record all these generals in their opinions and district. This is just before trump got elected when this took place and it was played during the trump administration. That's when general. Flynn was the one who kind of blew the whistle on this whole thing being a giant sparse. Big-money suck yeah. It was a big farce and he was the only general who came out and said so and come out and that was around the afghanistan papers. Yes that's right. That's if ghanistan pay which was showed just trillions of dollars going everywhere just farce the scam and was bad news and flynn was the only one who said it ever recorded saying it and that put a target on his back and you saw what happened to him but so there is. I believe there was a direct connection between what flynn had to say about afghanistan and what happened to flint. I wasn't wasn't a team player. no he he was embarrassing. Everybody yeah you're not a team player. He's what happens to you and so he ended up getting screwed over and But this whole thing is a fiasco from the get go. It was a fiasco during their fiasco in bush didn't go. Bush didn't follow the lead of his dad of doing something quick and easy get in and get out. I mean that old man at least knew that much he got in and stayed in and then he got stuck in there in. This obama ran for presidency. If you remember we take it to the bank. As a matter of fact that he's going to get out never got out. So obama was in for eight years with biden and the never got out. So what was that all about. So then trump gets his. We're getting out. And then they let him get out so he didn't get out either and so biden now gets us out and biden's already. I don't have a clip on. There was a bunch of new. You can hear him. Biden's blaming trump. So it's all trump's fault. The historical biden clip is the one. That's funny though you have it. Yeah yeah i do. Actually yeah president. I publicly silent about the taliban's accelerating takeover afghanistan privately consulting with the secretary of state and defense as well as national security adviser the rapidly deteriorating situation following the presence decision to withdraw. Us troops from a war. He believes his lasted too long and cost too. Many lives sparking fierce criticism. Well it's a disgrace and it's a national humiliation. Didn't have to be this way. The president's aids today standing by his comments from just seventy two hours ago. We're going to continue to keep our commitment. But i do not regret my decision. But now you're questioning the execution of that plan. He owns this now completely. It isn't donald. Trump's afghan policy is still biden's rush to remove americans now drawing harrison's to the chaotic evacuation from vietnam more than forty five years ago despite the president's promise otherwise there's going to be no circumstance where you see people being lifted off the roof of a embassy of the united states from afghanistan. Still for those who served and sacrificed disbelief and sadness. I'm really upset angry with with what's going on right now. Retired army ranger comment. So what i'd like to ask you for we continue is that moment the The withdrawal was it's like saigon. was that the. The embassy were the helicopter on saigon. Yeah yeah you are older. Than i. I was then. So what was that like. Was it a feeling of defeat was similar to now is at the same. Like what the hell did we do. I don't think that the american public ever saw any of these things as defeat. I believe because. I think i can reflect this. I think the american public saw these things as fiascos. They never went into the war seriously. They were always police actions. And we got rousted. Because we just we didn't have a heart wasn't in it if you really if our heart was in it were dropped bombs on these people. But it was just like a fiasco the same thing with the korean war of fiasco. This was a fiasco. This is a fiasco. Iraq was a these are fiascos run by our military and intelligence zero and intelligence at our intelligence agencies. Squandering money baby doing a favor. We don't know 'cause they always like to say well you. If you only knew won't be so happy proven you'd be happy and you'd be say. Wow you guys are the best But instead is a lot of money squandered. And and i probably wouldn't be happy if someone would finely somehow audit the pentagon and see where this money is going It's going to happen. We had.

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08:41 min | 1 year ago

"mazaar" Discussed on No Agenda

"You wanna do ghana stan. Let's do afghanistan. i only have to touch. But they're pretty I have a couple. I got a coupla. have I have afganistan rundown. But let's do the rap which i think is best. This is on npr. This is actually cut you. Three clips got a taliban rap. Npr and then to and then. Then they're little connection to china which is beginning to become a huge humiliation for china. I think if people get kluber. Let's start with taliban taliban rat by in recent days. The taliban have captured huge territory in afghanistan including many of the country's largest and most important cities president biden issued a statement reaffirming his decision for a us withdrawal and explaining the steps. He has taken but the situation is dire. The un estimates that since may nearly a quarter of a million people have been forced from their homes due to the conflict and there are reports of afghans fleeing to the capital kabul desperate to find a way out of the country. This surge defied all predictions forcing reassess. They try to figure out what could happen next for a look at the possibilities we're joined by. Npr national security correspondent. Greg mary hi greg i don. I don. What's happening today. The taliban claimed another big prize on the battlefield today. They seize the important northern city of mazaar-i-sharif. This was one of the last big cities. The government had the taliban now control virtually all the northern southern and western parts of afghanistan The associated press is reporting. The taliban appear to be within ten miles of kabul president. Ashraf ghani Just has the capital and some other parts of eastern afghanistan. He gave a recorded speech. That was televised. He said he would prevent further instability. Hard to imagine that that would reassure anyone. there's no sign that government is capable of stopping this taleban surge. So given. what options does the government have. They are shrinking by the day. They can rally and put up a fight to defend kabul. They do have resources. But it's it's really not clear that they have the will they could try to negotiate with the taliban but power-sharing isn't realistic right now it would be more. Perhaps about the terms of surrender which has happened in other cities in recent days and a third possibility is just a total collapse at the government and the troops will will simply flee. What at the other thing. I don't understand but maybe get to it. Why is the military industrial complex allowing this pullout. Is this the non pullout. Is that exactly what is going on here is. They're they're not gonna they're not gonna pull out all right. We have a lot of explaining to do the date put us. I mean the the pentagon the pentagon has got to have a lot of explaining to do because they wouldn't let anyone leave. And if you remember. I don't know if you remember this but this is about two or three years ago. He played a bunch of clips. They somebody went and did an investigation on on our involvement in afghanistan. They with the tape recorder and they record all these generals in their opinions and district. This is just before trump got elected when this took place and it was played during the trump administration. That's when general. Flynn was the one who kind of blew the whistle on this whole thing being a giant sparse. Big money suck. Yeah it was a big farce. And he was the only general who came out and said so and come out and that was around the afghanistan Yes that's right. That's if ghanistan pay which was showed just trillions of dollars going everywhere just far farce the scam and was bad news and flynn was the only one who said it ever recorded saying it and that put a target on his back and you saw what happened to him but so there is. I believe there was a direct connection between what flynn had to say about afghanistan and what happened to flint. I wasn't wasn't a team player. No he was embarrassing everybody. Yeah you're not a team player. He's what happens to you and so he ended up getting screwed over and But this whole thing is a fiasco from the get go. It was a fiasco during their fiasco in bush didn't go. Bush didn't follow the lead of his dad of doing something quick and easy get in and get out. I mean that old man at least knew that much he got in and stayed in and then he got stuck in there in. This obama ran for presidency. If you remember we take it to the bank. As a matter of fact that he's going to get out never got out so bomb was in for eight years with biden and the never got out so what was that all about. So then trump gets his. We're getting out. And then they let him get out so he didn't get out either and so biden now gets us out and biden's already. I don't have a clip on. There was a bunch of new. You can hear him. Biden's blaming trump. So it's all trump's fault. The historical biden clip is the one. That's funny though you have it. I think i do. Actually yeah president. I publicly silent about the taliban's accelerating takeover ghanistan privately consulting with the secretaries of state and defense as well as national security adviser the rapidly deteriorating situation following the presence decision to withdraw. us troops from a war. He believes his lasted too long and cost too. Many lives sparking fierce criticism. Well it's a disgrace and it's a national humiliation. Didn't have to be this way. The president's aids today standing by his comments from just seventy two hours ago. We're going to continue to keep our commitment. But i do not regret my decision. But now you're questioning the execution of that plan. He owns this now completely. It isn't donald. Trump's afghan policy is still biden's rush to remove americans now drawing harrison's to the chaotic evacuation from vietnam more than forty five years ago despite the president's promise otherwise there's going to be no circumstance where you see people being lifted off the roof of a embassy of the united states from afghanistan. Still for those who served and sacrificed disbelief and sadness. I'm really upset angry with with what's going on right now. Retired army ranger thomas. So what i'd like to ask you for we continue is that moment the The withdrawal was it's like saigon. Was that the the embassy. Were the helicopter onsite gone. Yeah yeah you are older. Than i. I was then. So what was that like. Was it a feeling of defeat was similar to now is at the same. Like what the hell did we do. I don't think that the american public ever saw any of these things as defeat. I believe because. I think i can reflect this. I think the american public saw these things as fiascos. They never went into the war seriously. They were always police actions. And we got rousted. Because we just we didn't have a heart wasn't in it if you really if our heart was in it were dropped bombs on these people. But it was just like a fiasco the same thing with the korean war of fiasco. This was a fiasco. This is a fiasco. Iraq was a these are fiascos run by our military and intelligence zero and intelligence at our intelligence agencies. Squandering money baby doing a favor. We don't know 'cause they always like to say well you. If you only knew won't be so happy proven you'd be happy and you'd be say. Wow you guys are the best But instead is a lot of money squandered. And and i probably wouldn't be happy if someone would finely somehow audit the pentagon and see where this money is going It's not gonna happen. We had.

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08:41 min | 1 year ago

"mazaar" Discussed on No Agenda

"You wanna do. Ghana stan yeah. Let's do afghanistan. i only have to touch. But they're pretty I have a couple. I got a coupla. have I have afganistan rundown. But let's do the rap which i think is best. This is on npr. This is actually cut you. Three clips got a taliban rap. Npr and then to and then. Then they're little connection to china which is beginning to become a huge humiliation for china. I think if people get kluber. Let's start with taliban taliban rat by in recent days. The taliban have captured huge territory in afghanistan including many of the country's largest and most important cities president biden issued a statement reaffirming his decision for a us withdrawal and explaining the steps. He has taken but the situation is dire. The un estimates that since may nearly a quarter of a million people have been forced from their homes due to the conflict and there are reports of afghans fleeing to the capital kabul desperate to find a way out of the country. This surge defied all predictions forcing reassess. They try to figure out what could happen next for a look at the possibilities we're joined by. Npr national security correspondent. Greg mary hi greg i don. I don. What's happening today. The taliban claimed another big prize on the battlefield today. They seize the important northern city of mazaar-i-sharif. This was one of the last big cities. The government had the taliban now control virtually all the northern southern and western parts of afghanistan The associated press is reporting. The taliban appear to be within ten miles of kabul president. Ashraf ghani Just has the capital in some other parts of eastern afghanistan. He gave a recorded speech. That was televised. He said he would prevent further instability. Hard to imagine that that would reassure anyone. there's no sign that government is capable of stopping this taleban surge. So given. what options does the government have. They are shrinking by the day. They can rally and put up a fight to defend kabul. They do have resources. But it's it's really not clear that they have the will they could try to negotiate with the taliban but power-sharing isn't realistic right now it would be more. Perhaps about the terms of surrender which has happened in other cities in recent days and a third possibility is just a total collapse at the government and the troops will will simply flee. What at the other thing. I don't understand but maybe get to it. Why is the military industrial complex allowing this pullout. Is this the non pullout. Is that exactly what is going on here is. They're they're not gonna they're not gonna pull out all right. We have a lot of explaining to do the date put us. I mean the the pentagon the pentagon has got to have a lot of explaining to do because they wouldn't let anyone leave. And if you remember. I don't know if you remember this but this is about two or three years ago. He played a bunch of clips. They somebody went and did an investigation on on our involvement in afghanistan. They with the tape recorder and they record all these generals in their opinions and district. This is just before trump got elected when this took place and it was played during the trump administration. That's when general. Flynn was the one who kind of blew the whistle on this whole thing being a giant sparse. Big money suck. Yeah it was a big farce. And he was the only general who came out and said so and come out and that was around the afghanistan papers. Yes that's right. That's if ghanistan pay which was showed just trillions of dollars going everywhere just farce the scam and was bad news and flynn was the only one who said it ever recorded saying it and that put a target on his back and you saw what happened to him but so there is. I believe there was a direct connection between what flynn had to say about afghanistan and what happened to flint. I wasn't wasn't a team player. No he was embarrassing everybody. Yeah you're not a team player. He's what happens to you and so he ended up getting screwed over and But this whole thing is a fiasco from the get go. It was a fiasco during their fiasco in bush didn't go. Bush didn't follow the lead of his dad of doing something quick and easy get in and get out. I mean that old man at least knew that much he got in and stayed in and then he got stuck in there in. This obama ran for presidency. If you remember we take it to the bank. As a matter of fact that he's going to get out never got out. So obama was in for eight years with biden and the never got out. So what was that all about. So then trump gets his. We're getting out. And then they let him get out so he didn't get out either and so biden now gets us out and biden's already. I don't have a clip on. There was a bunch of new. You can hear him. Biden's blaming trump. So it's all trump's fault. The historical biden clip is the one. That's funny though you have it. I think i do. Actually yeah president. I publicly silent about the taliban's accelerating takeover afghanistan privately consulting with the secretary of state and defense as well as national security adviser the rapidly deteriorating situation following the presence decision to withdraw. Us troops from a war. He believes his lasted too long and cost too. Many lives sparking fierce criticism. Well it's a disgrace and it's a national humiliation. Didn't have to be this way. The president's aids today standing by his comments from just seventy two hours ago. We're going to continue to keep our commitment. But i do not regret my decision. But now you're questioning the execution of that plan. He owns this now completely. It isn't donald. Trump's afghan policy is still biden's rush to remove americans now drawing harrison's to the chaotic. Us evacuation from vietnam more than forty five years ago despite the president's promise otherwise there's going to be no circumstance where you see people being lifted off the roof of a embassy of the united states from afghanistan still for those who served and sacrificed disbelief and sadness. I'm really upset angry with with what's going on right now. Retired army ranger comment. So what i'd like to ask you for we continue is that moment the The withdrawal was it's like saigon. was that the. The embassy were the helicopter on saigon. Yeah yeah you are older than i was then. So what was that like. Was it a feeling of defeat was similar to now is at the same. Like what the hell did we do. I don't think that the american public ever saw any of these things as defeat. I believe because. I think i can reflect this. I think the american public saw these things as fiascos. They never went into the war seriously. They were always police actions. And we got rousted. Because we just we didn't have a heart wasn't in it if you really if our heart was in it were dropped bombs on these people. But it was just like a fiasco the same thing with the korean war of fiasco. This was a fiasco. This is a fiasco. Iraq was a these are fiascos run by our military and intelligence zero and intelligence at our intelligence agencies. Squandering money baby doing a favor. We don't know 'cause they always like to say well you. If you only knew won't be so happy proven you'd be happy and you'd be say. Wow you guys are the best But instead is a lot of money squandered. And and i probably wouldn't be happy if someone would finely somehow audit the pentagon and see where this money is going It's not gonna happen. We had.

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[TEST] OA468: SCOTUS News! Trump's Taxes, Affirmative Action, and Title X

Opening Arguments

05:23 min | 1 year ago

[TEST] OA468: SCOTUS News! Trump's Taxes, Affirmative Action, and Title X

"Welcome dubbing arguments. This is episode. Four hundred and sixty eight. I'm thomas that's andrew. How you doing sir. I am fantastic. Thomas how're you doing pretty well pretty deep pretty well doing okay not bad not great not bad vaccines almost fully kicked in. I'm excited seeing so many people online getting vaccinated it. Just it makes me. So happy to see people valuing science and just the utter miracle of science that. Is this vaccine several vaccines staggering. We're living through some well. We've lived through a lot of history honestly. I could use to live through a little bit less history but this is the kind of part of history which is a historically fast amazing vaccine that. I'm just so excited. Little positive. Because of that. And i'm so happy to everybody who's masked up and social distance. I just really appreciate everything everybody's done. And maybe once we enough of us get vaccinated. We can start seeing normality nice to get back to normal so i'm doing anyway. We got a few announcements for patrons by the way the freebritney episode bonus. Episode with morgan stringer for. There's a big story there. There's a lot of twists and turns too much to talk about but we tried and it was really interesting so go check that out. Patriot dot com slash law. Yeah any level you get access to the bonus episode and And morgan is fantastic and we love having her on and And that was a ton of also just a reminder. We plug this last week but there are two separate essay contests out there. We've got links on our website in the show notes. One is our buddy seidel at the freedom from religion foundation with a contest for. Us law students where they are giving away a pretty good chunk of money And then the second is My involvement with the federal bar association of maryland. So if you are a high school student in maryland You can answer the topic. Prompt of How lawyers can serve roles in fighting against a systematic discrimination and injustice in the legal system so If either of those apply to you or students or friends or whatever Please please two point folks. Actions get the word out excellent. Hey how's I'll forty five. This week was we. We did the supreme court updates that were not going to cover on this show So the kind of the first. Look at You know obviously the headline news of the supreme court declining after an inexplicable for month period of delay declining to Issue injunctive relief to prevent may masar from turning over trump's taxes to cy vance the manhattan district attorney and And as of this record he has those documents. So yeah so location of that on cleanup. Also it's probably just. Because i work with you but i'm team may czars. I don't know why you guys didn't address this on the show. Big major major debate. Ag says like mazaar or something. She put the emphasis on the end of it. And i look. We might be you and i might be wrong. But i also feel like i'm grandfathered into masert just absorb that from you so you know i if you made me wrong then. I'm holding you accountable for now team masar. It sounds better. I don't know. I agree so we was ours. Yeah there's this could be just trying to start our. Yeah no it's nothing will be that what about sure we'll be. What about sim sears. Only so you know you may remember last week. We did the Repressed memory with Poppy of ross kerry various things story. But we wanted to attack. We've got a few emails about like well. Actually there's maybe this tiny Theory justification for the science of repressed memories and lindsay. And i took well lindsey. She's the scientists took a look at the evidence and we did see a little bit of the other side of that just to give a full picture of the possible science there There's some interesting stuff we stand by. Basically everything we said in that first episode about repressed memory and and the panic and all that stuff is still totally valid. But it was worth you know. We like being totally clear as c. Say on this show presenting a full picture of the science and so we delved into sort of the other side of that so super fascinating episode. Oh that sounds awesome. I haven't heard this week's sl yet. Largely because i was prepping late like one. Am your time on the night before. So i feel like it's it's okay buddy. Okay you don't get to the top of my cue but You know. I usually You know reading eleven hundred in a pile of documents were snorkel out of the time. I don't blame me for all right. Would make that into a t shirt

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"mazaar" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"mazaar" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Hello I'm Naomi Lewin welcome to classics for. . Kids. . Modeste. . MAZUROWKSI was born in eighteen, thirty , nine in the village of Carnival. . In Russian his name is pronounced Moose key which sounds like it has something to do with cows but it doesn't. . Muzar is the Russian word for garbage. . Even though his family was descended from nobility, , the story goes that one of Zorzi or Muzar excuse ancestors had quite a potty mouth. . So people started referring to him by the sort of language he used Mazaar ski didn't have a very common first name either Modeste in Russian means the same thing as when you pronounce it in English modest. . <music> resort Steve got his first piano lessons from his mother and it was clear early on that he was a very good pianist but back, , then the oldest son inherited the family house and land and the second son went into the army. . Was the second son. . So after he graduated from Military Boarding School, , he became an army officer but not for long when he was eighteen was ski met Russian composer, , Mealy Bella, , Kiev, , and started studying with him. . The next year was ski left the army to become a composer. . pollock was only a couple of years older than me. . And he was very passionate about developing a Russian style of classical music for years. . He and four other Russian composers met every Saturday night to study music together. . Bollock didn't actually know that much about music but that didn't stop him from dissecting and criticizing the other's throat. . He complained so much about one piece of Zork Skis that Missouri Ski finally stopped working with him. . was. . Exceed thought the composition he called his witches was pretty good. . Then he was right we know those which is as a night on bald, , mountain? ? The story behind a night on bald mountain may well be one of the Russian folk tales resort ski learned from his nanny while he was growing up quite a few of those legends turned up later on in his music. . When Muzar oxy was twenty four. . There were political changes in Russia and his family lost most of its land and money since McKee wasn't making any money composing he had to get a job. . He went to work for the government, , but he kept on composing was arc ski loved writing for the voice. . Lots of songs including one about a very pesky insect a league. . uh-huh. . And Ski also wrote several operas. . His masterpiece is a Russian czar or ruler who lived in the fifteen hundreds Boris enough. . A. . No Moose and Squirrel Boris good enough is not related to buddies bad enough. . But now you know where the folks who wrote the rocky and full winco cartoons came up with the name. . One of Mubarak's Ke's best known pieces. . Pictures at an exhibition was written in memory of an artist friend of his who died unexpectedly. . <music> <music>. . <music>. . <music>. . More about pictures at an exhibition in a few weeks, , I told you that resort ski was one of a group of five Russian composers interested in promoting Russian classical music next week more about the other members of the group. .

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About Modest Mussorgsky

Classics for Kids

05:26 min | 2 years ago

About Modest Mussorgsky

"Hello I'm Naomi Lewin welcome to classics for. Kids. Modeste. MAZUROWKSI was born in eighteen, thirty nine in the village of Carnival. In Russian his name is pronounced Moose key which sounds like it has something to do with cows but it doesn't. Muzar is the Russian word for garbage. Even though his family was descended from nobility, the story goes that one of Zorzi or Muzar excuse ancestors had quite a potty mouth. So people started referring to him by the sort of language he used Mazaar ski didn't have a very common first name either Modeste in Russian means the same thing as when you pronounce it in English modest. resort Steve got his first piano lessons from his mother and it was clear early on that he was a very good pianist but back, then the oldest son inherited the family house and land and the second son went into the army. Was the second son. So after he graduated from Military Boarding School, he became an army officer but not for long when he was eighteen was ski met Russian composer, Mealy Bella, Kiev, and started studying with him. The next year was ski left the army to become a composer. pollock was only a couple of years older than me. And he was very passionate about developing a Russian style of classical music for years. He and four other Russian composers met every Saturday night to study music together. Bollock didn't actually know that much about music but that didn't stop him from dissecting and criticizing the other's throat. He complained so much about one piece of Zork Skis that Missouri Ski finally stopped working with him. was. Exceed thought the composition he called his witches was pretty good. Then he was right we know those which is as a night on bald, mountain? The story behind a night on bald mountain may well be one of the Russian folk tales resort ski learned from his nanny while he was growing up quite a few of those legends turned up later on in his music. When Muzar oxy was twenty four. There were political changes in Russia and his family lost most of its land and money since McKee wasn't making any money composing he had to get a job. He went to work for the government, but he kept on composing was arc ski loved writing for the voice. Lots of songs including one about a very pesky insect a league. uh-huh. And Ski also wrote several operas. His masterpiece is a Russian czar or ruler who lived in the fifteen hundreds Boris enough. A. No Moose and Squirrel Boris good enough is not related to buddies bad enough. But now you know where the folks who wrote the rocky and full winco cartoons came up with the name. One of Mubarak's Ke's best known pieces. Pictures at an exhibition was written in memory of an artist friend of his who died unexpectedly. More about pictures at an exhibition in a few weeks, I told you that resort ski was one of a group of five Russian composers interested in promoting Russian classical music next week more about the other members of the group.

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Trump's tax revelation, what are the highlights?

The Daily Beans

09:00 min | 2 years ago

Trump's tax revelation, what are the highlights?

"Donald J trump paid seven hundred and fifty dollars in federal income taxes the year he won the presidency in his first year in the White House he paid another seven hundred and fifty dollars. He had paid no income taxes at all in ten of the previous fifteen years largely because he reported losing much more money than he made. So that's the lead. In this is in reporting from New York Times Sunday afternoon by investigative reporters Russ Butner Suzanne Craig, and Mike Macintyre now Russell Suzanne incidentally or two of the three that dropped the huge story on trump's finances in October of two thousand, eighteen ahead of the midterm elections. and that was fueled by the financial documents provided by Mary trump who is now suing the president and his siblings by the way for defrauding her out of millions of dollars. But back to today's story from the New York Times quote. The New York Times has obtained tax return data extending over more than two decades for Mr Trump and the hundreds of companies that make up his business organization including detailed information from his first two years in office. It does not include his personal returns for two, thousand, eighteen or twenty nineteen. This article offers an overview of times findings. Additional articles will be published in the coming weeks. So this one, hundred and ninety two paragraph long story is an overview of the times findings. this is the sparks notes the abridged version the Reader's digest abridged story. And I'm GonNa go over the key highlights with you. Hundred Ninety two paragraphs is the overview of what they found. And they're going to be releasing multiple stories in coming weeks for details about what they've uncovered an important caveat here by their very nature, the filings will leave many questions on answered. These tax returns that they got many questions will be unfulfilled. They comprise information that Mr. Trump has disclosed to the irs not the findings of an independent financial examination they report the trump owns hundreds of millions of dollars in valuable assets, but they do not reveal his true wealth nor do they reveal any previously on reported connection to Russia? This kind of makes sense why Sivan's needs the documents, right These data simply report revenue not profit in two, thousand eighteen for example, trump announced his disclosure in his disclosure that he had made at least four, hundred, thirty, four, point, nine, million dollars. The tax records deliver a very different portrait of his bottom line forty seven point four, million dollars in losses. So he announced his disclosure, he made four hundred and thirty, five million. In here it says he lost forty seven point four million. To that's what he filed his taxes as. All of the information that times obtain was provided by sources with legal access to it. So we can. Try to guess. WHO This to the New York Times prior to the election maybe somebody on the case who knew that the case wouldn't be Sort of we wouldn't see any fruits of that until after the election. I don't know I'd be guessing. These tax data examined. by The Times, provide a roadmap of revelations from write offs for the cost of criminal defense lawyer a mansion used by the family retreat to a full accounting of the millions of dollars that the president received from the twenty thirteen Miss Universe pageant in Moscow. So that's kind of a Russian dealing. The apprentice may trump a total of four, hundred, twenty, seven, point, four, million, which he then invested in a collection of businesses that we're failing mostly golf courses. They steadily devour cash much as the money he secretly received from his father the and how that financed spree of quixotic overspending that led to his collapse in the ninety. the picture that perhaps emerges most starkly from the mountain of figures and tax schedules prepared by Mr Trump's accountants accountants. MAZAAR. Clue. Probably got this from the Manhattan Da Somebody there. This is the picture that emerges starkly is of a businessman president in a tightening financial vice. Most of trump's core enterprises from his constellation of golf courses to conservative magnet. Hotel in Washington I guess it draws conservatives. They all report losing millions if not tens of millions of dollars year after year. His revenue from the apprentice and from licensing deals drying up and several years ago he sold nearly all the stocks that now might have helped him plug holes in his struggling properties and tax looms. And within the next four years more than three, hundred, million in loans and obligations for which he's personally responsible personally will come do. Over the next four years. And these records show the actual and potential conflicts of interest created by trump's refusal to divest himself of his business interest. While in the White House his properties have become havens for collecting money directly from lobbyists, foreign officials, and others seeking facetime access or favors. The record for the first time, put precise dollar figures on these transactions. Here's some examples at the Mar, a Lago Club, a flood of new members starting in two thousand fifteen allowed him to pocket an additional five, million a year from the business people paying for access at his Durrell Golf Course in Miami. The roofing materials manufacturer GIF spent at least one point, five, million in two, thousand, eighteen even has as its industry was lobbying the trump administration to rollback egregious federal regulations conflict. In two thousand Seventeen Billy Graham vandalistic association paid about four hundred thousand dollars to the Washington Hotel where the group held at least one event during its four day World Summit in defense of persecuted Christians. Then when he took office Mr Trump said he would pursue no new foreign deals as president. Even. So in his first two years in the White House is revenue from abroad till seventy three, million dollars. And while much of that money was from his golf properties in Scotland and Ireland some came from licensing deals in countries with authoritarian leaning leaders or thorny geopolitics. For example, three million from Deteriora- from the Philippines two point three, million from India and one million from Turkey. Now the data also contains. Revelations about the one hundred, thirty, thousand dollars payment to Stephanie Clifford Stormy Daniels. The, which is one of the focuses of the Manhattan da Subpoena for trump's tax returns. Another financial information another clue that that might be where they got this. However. They say that it has no new revelations, but there is kind of a revelation because trump has acknowledged reimbursing cohen. Who made the? Payoff. But the materials obtained by The Times did not include any itemize payments to Cohen. The amount however could have been improperly included in legal fees written off as a business expense which are not required to be itemized tax returns that says to me. That trump. Didn't make the payoff where he would have had to have itemize it. Which says to me. It was improperly recorded. As a business transaction. At for legal fees, which is another thing to Manhattan as looking at. Business fraud. Falsifying business documents. Now, no subject has provoked more intense speculation about trump's finances than his connections to Russia while the tax records revealed no previously unknown financial connection and for the most part lack specificity required to do. So they did shed light on the money behind the two thousand thirteen Miss Universe pageant in Moscow at the subject of Enduring Intrigue Because of subsequent investigations into Russia's interference in two thousand sixteen. So basically what the time saying here is that there's nothing itemized here about Russia, but there wouldn't be because it's not required to be in tax returns but boy, did we see something interesting about the? Miss Universe Pageant in twenty thirteen. The records show that the pageant was the most profitable Miss Universe during trump's time is co owner and that generated a personal payday of two point three million dollars made possible by the Aguilara F- family at least in part who would later help set up the infamous twenty sixteen trump tower meeting. For. Officials seeking dirt on Clinton with Veselnitskaya who is now we know connected directly to the Kremlin. The record show that in two thousand thirteen to paget reported thirty one point six, million in gross receipts. That's the highest since at least the nineties allowing trump and his co owner NBC's split the profits of four point seven million by comparison trump and NBC lost two million on the deal the year before. Moscow and made three point eight million from the one the year after. So it appears the Russia one. Made money and made a lot of money a lot more money than it ever has before. So did. Russia overpaid trump for this event. Wonder why? In Two thousand, thirteen?

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"mazaar" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"mazaar" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"And you've got a two hundred eight quality contact was extraordinarily. I'm extremely disappointed. When this, you know, we, we don't really talk about Castanos the way with divide and carpenter. But it's kinda the same not eating for power is not knocking anybody 'cause nobody on base for them, not a Walker. Not gonna forever and defensively my God. Did you see that play this weekend? Like there's just nothing there. So like Laurino had a good week. I probably missed the good week and we'll get it. Anyway, lots of names get to before we move on. So I'll go briefly here. Bauer shut out the Troy is more about Bauer or the Tigers. I'm going to say that's more about Bauer but I could see the case because if you said to me who which right handed pitcher, could do it reused on for the last two and a half months. Now can do that baron had that Chris Medlen second half. Yeah. He could. Yeah. Dominant righty, who strikes, everybody out and relax tonight looks amazing. I hate saying he's going to get hurt. I think you'll fall sort of thirty starts because the dodgers, don't need him to make thirty. They have a ten game lead. But man looks site. That's the Cy Young winner. He's gonna end up like seventeen and four with a one eight year or a and win the Cy Young. That's what I think's going to happen over, like twenty eight starts to your point about the dodgers. They are considering throwing a guy in there this week. So it does signal. They're always thinking about giving extra rest of their pitchers going back to the Indians because I wrote this forecaster. I wonder whether the return of Mike cleven jer coupled with what's in outrageously? Good hitting schedule could begin to build some team wide momentum there. And if that is the case that could also be what sparks Bowers hot streak. I, I have nothing to quantify that, but what if they're like a game out of the wildcard, they're not giving up. That'd be. I'm not. Yeah. And I'm not suggesting that they would give up. It's just that this is a perfect opportunity for them to begin role in that big snowball down the hill. All right. Injuries Noah Syndergaard with a right hamstring strain. It doesn't sound too serious. They have no reasonable replacement. So I think it's only probably one week and then by next weekend, he's probably back again. You do not drop. Syndergaard in. Any league. I don't think Kyle Hendricks right shoulder inflammation. That's a little bit different. Not a leg. He goes on the injured list, they're saying with him also probably only one start if you've been relying Hendrix, you should continue to, but advert as little Alzola, young right-hander, skinny Ryan or could make his debut Corby Tyler shower for Kyle sake. But like I would like to see what he can do any thoughts on these guys LA was pretty disappointing last year. And also dealt with some injuries, but it's been a lot sharper AAA. So I think he's an interesting arm and considering out tough. It is to fill the pitching spots this year certainly worth a flyer not in our standard game. But in anything, deeper really hundred pants and no members have MRI appointments for today for leg injuries Pence's groin. Czars a hamstring. I think I'd rather roster Pence. The Missouri, wouldn't you? I know it's crazy because of his age. But as ours, having another one of those boring twenty home run seasons where the two six. Batting averages. Nobody's expect anything's going to change. Well Pez already fifteen home runs and his batting three hundred. Now they're both going on the injured list. I think Willie Calhoun will come up your thoughts here. If I said to you Pence Mazaar Willie Calhoun for the rest of the season would hurt rusher cheese. Well, that's a fair. Drop either of those guys everywhere. And that's that I've had one league. It's Chris Taylor. I couldn't get anybody else. I got outbid another league. It was outscored who did nothing last week like we'll Hoon or Penser Missouri. I think you can make the case Calhoun, here, you can I could really make the case for any of these and I would love to chase the hot streaks by the opportunity..

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"mazaar" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

07:30 min | 3 years ago

"mazaar" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Show. There's a hot subpoena in Washington DC. And the president's attorneys were in court today letting it be known that they were not pleased that federal judge has decided to fast track. This fight over the house oversight committee subpoena of Trump's finance papers from the firm czars USA. And this federal judge is well, I'm gonna let Mona Kosar op de tell the story of she's covering this right there at the capital of Mona welcome back to the Mark Mason show. Thank you for having me. I'm talking about judge a meet meta. Are we talking about the same judge who was somebody for some reason men he wants this thing to be settled sooner rather than later? Take us back a little bit. What what leads us to this point today? Right. So originally, it was thought that he was going to issue a ruling today, but he kind of postponed it and said that he was gonna give both parties until Mateen to submit any extra information. They wanted to before he issues a ruling. Take it back. This is all over the house oversight committee issuing a subpoena. To the accounting firm Mazaar, they were seeking ten years worth of the president's tax returns, including information used to file tax return, the Trump organization or the President Trump's personal and his businesses lawyers sued in DC federal court where they said that this was an overreach that congress doesn't have the authority to do this. And so this leads us to an essentially what could provide the blueprint for other judges because we know that there's a lot of subpoenas going around right now. Yeah. I know I heard that the name everyone is choosing for their baby names now. Subpoena them that could be the number one name when when social security releases the twenty nineteen lists. With the judge came out today said look I'm not gonna rule today. A no judge would make a hasty decision on such important issues for the sake of expediency. But then he turned right around and said, we're not dragging this out either. A right Trump floors originally tried to stall yesterday, they sent a letter over asking the judge to either give them more time to really, you know, prepared to be able to make their case or to cancel the hearing altogether. The judge denied their request and he went forward and the hearing did take place today, and I guess to their benefit he is giving them until eighteen, but he was very clear that the judge said that he believes that both sides have made their arguments as clear as possible, and there's not much more than he needs to understand before making a ruling what's interesting here is that Trump's lawyers have were pointing to the fact that there's no legislative purpose behind the subpoena. They said that. Isn't about legislation, but it's not the house being unhappy with the president the judge then said that when it comes to congressional authority when it comes to congress being able to to launch probes into for example, the president they don't necessarily need to be able to point to a Bill and say that well, it's because of this legislative purpose that we have launched this probe. He he's Watergate is an example where there is a lot of congressional investigations that were started that necessarily warrant tied to a certain legislation or didn't have a legislative purpose. But then he also then again kind of went back. He said that it really does open the door to the accusation that this really is an effort to harass the president. He said there's no clear line as to what is it exactly that house is seeking? So it's interesting to see that, you know, the house oversight committee saying that they're just looking into matters about Trump's possible financial conflicts. At one point the judge asked Trump's lawyer. This is the quote say, for example, if a president had a financial interest in a particular piece of legislation that was being considered here. It is a financial interest in a particular piece of legislation that was being considered in your view. Congress could not investigate whether a president has a conflict of interest and Trump's lawyers said it would lack legitimate legislative purpose. I'm an I'm not a lawyer. But I I can see what kind of purpose. They would be in a question like that. Oh, definitely, especially when the constitution gives congress that power essentially to be able to check another branch of government. And so I think that's what the judge was alluding to there when he asked that question. But it seems that he's also trying to figure out, you know, is this really just, you know, the democratic led house oversight committee's effort to harass president of the Trump's lawyers are also accusing Democrats of using the subpoena as a political tool to damage, the president ahead of the twenty twenty election. But again, this you know, this is just one subpoena. We have the House Financial Services and intelligence committee. Who's also subpoenaed the president's over the president's finances. They she subpoena to Deutsche Bank and Capital One. And then you have the House Ways and means committee that issued a subpoena right now to Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin for the president's tax returns. And in the judge even said to the he asked Trump's lawyer. If it was correct. There hasn't been a case in which congress was found to have issued an unlawful subpoena since eighteen eighty and Trump's lawyer had to say, yes your honor. That's true. I mean, I'm like one hundred and nineteen years ago was the last illegitimate or unlawful subpoena that anyone could dig up. Yeah. Well, it was interesting too that this case or necessary not this case, excuse me. But the other case for the president's tax returns is based on the law that was passed in nineteen twenty four. And so it just seems that you know. These laws and these the precedence for these cases of inset more than a hundred years ago. But it's interesting to see how this is all coming to play. And and you're right. When you see something like that is really hard to argue that this is an unlawful subpoena. I think the the judge was he setting was he setting everybody up was he setting Trump's attorneys up for ruling because it seems like he was he was pretty the judge for pretty aggressive here. I don't want to say, well, maybe not aggressive. But I was putting everybody on notice. The you're gonna have to do some work here to prove that this was illegitimate, right? He definitely didn't make it or he made it clear that you know, he felt that congress does have the authority to to launch these investigations and look into what they're looking into. But again, it is also inch. We can wait to see what happens. On Friday because he didn't make it clear that you know, he's still trying to figure out to where he said there's no clear line as to what this is really about. He also wants to make sure that maybe this isn't just a witch hunt. We got an extension. This engagement has been extended for looks like four more days. So thank you so much Mona Kosar. Aldi. Everybody was expecting a big ruling today.

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"mazaar" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"mazaar" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"So we have I guess let's get to the let's get to the first suggestion for the actually can I we did not the last couple of episodes get into things that were from ten back to talk about putting them back onto the wheel. I think we last talked about episode seventeen pranking listeners, we have our idea tank or total idea live so people are going to call into us. So we kind of third wheel. I think there's two versions of that already. On the wheel wheel. But that's sort of waiting for the the, Robin. Eva total request live to. Okay. Be coming. Right. After that episode number eighteen was Robin. Akiva needed podcast number eighteen. I can't believe it's just banter should that be back on the wheel eventually but not right now. Okay. And then number nineteen Robin you podcast nineteen was conspiracy. Pod. The time a lot of people wanted more conspiracy pod with Antonia Mazaar should that be back on the wheel conspiracy pod to one of our most popular episodes? Yes, I think we have so many ideas in the hopper. I don't think we need to go back and potentially have it hit the wheel hit next week? And then we're looking at only eleven weeks eleven episodes, maybe three months between odd casts. The problem is that when we say that then it never ends up getting back on the wheel. Yes. I thought about this. I we're gonna put it in. We'll wait and room. I'm gonna make a note, and we're going to discuss in like five or six more episodes. Hey, should we put this back on? And then we'll do that. Because definitely coming back, and we'll come on relatively soon. But I don't I don't think it needs to be this week. But I will make a note, maybe every five episodes. We'll see hey, well, we ready for that. And maybe five episodes from now, we will be ready for that. But it's hard to really keep going back to sequels when we have so many things looked to Oregon trail, let's say that have been waiting their turn patiently for thirty episodes and having come pick it. Well, first things I I do think that we need to get Antonio. It's a sign off on conspiracy to that. I think 'Send Tonio that isn't that? We have it on, you know. Right. If you wanna drive Oregon for conspiracy to and if he if he's on board, then I think we should green light it. Okay. So I can ask Antonio. Yeah. I do think next week we should clear the wheel waiting room instead of the mailbag because we have about twenty things in there for episode number thirty. Okay. All right, okay. Idea number one. Well, it's really related to we haven't done a fishbowl request in a while because a fishbowl is pretty full. And I have a feeling the fishbowl is about to get pick. As it's at over fifty percent of the way Levin spots right now. That that's more than I think everything else combined or very close to it. So Jennifer writes in and says yes under percent, okay? After last week's podcast what about season three episode seven, golden girls. Okay. Robin, Akiva, or the golden guys golden guys. Okay. Well, I like the branding of the golden guys. So I'm good to put that in the fishbowl, but that's fishbowl. Right. Name golden. Retrospective of the golden girls where these three up to seven of golden girls. Yeah. I think I think that makes an where you golden girls fan. I mean, I was not a golden girls stand. But it used to be on Saturday nights on NBC. They used to have a whole block of shoulder. I think I was I don't know the dates on it. But I think I was like late eighties to the early nineties. So I'm somewhere between the ages of eight to twelve have a I was just nervous that you're like in high school, and that was your Saturday night watching the golden..

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"mazaar" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"mazaar" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"This story. It makes me angry. And it also makes me feel old when I when I read this. And when I see this the former American Taliban fighter Johnny Walker Lindh a name that many people will remember as being the pride of Marin county once upon a time who was captured just a few months after nine eleven. Captured at Mazaar Mazari Sharif the same place where our CIA. Officer Johnny Spann lost his life fighting. These these savage maniacs in the Taliban. Johnny Walker Lindh is going to get out of prison in may. He did seize done seventeen years now for those people who have followed closely the events of nine eleven and since he's been in the clink for seventeen years this guy. Johnny Walker Lindy's. Now, thirty eight years old. He was convicted of supporting the Taliban and sentenced to twenty years in prison in two thousand two he's scheduled to be released in may after seventeen years behind bars. He was among the group of fighters captured by US forces in November two thousand one barely a month and a half after the attacks of September the eleventh in two thousand sixteen the national counterterrorism center found that this guy Johnny Walker Lindh was continuing to advocate for global jihad and to write and translate violent extremists texts in twenty fifteen. This piece of garbage. Told a television news producer that he intends to continue to spread violent extremist Islamic upon his release. It's going to get out of prison in may. Officials say that he is holding on as a California native from Marin county is holding onto the same psychotic police that he had when he went in in two thousand two. Lind was among a group of Taliban fighters captured by US forces in November of one the beginning of the war in Afghanistan hours, later, five hundred people were killed after Lynn's fellow prisoners staged an uprising and killed the operations officer that was Johnny Spann that is that is forgotten. That is a name that is not remembered that as a name that is not celebrated and off to be and I remember him. And I always will because he was a good guy. He was a young man serving this nation in a horrible place, and he left behind a family those many years ago. Back in two thousand thirteen Lind won the right for communal prayer in the following year. He argued that he should be allowed to wear his pants above the ankle. Lindh went to the Middle East in one thousand nine hundred dropped out of high school at seventeen and went to Yemen to learn Arabic with the support of his parents. Nice job raising your kids their little mini Charlie Manson, high even looks a little bit like mini, Charlie. Manson. Then he went on to Pakistan and joined the forces with the group that was fighting to help Kashmir gain independence from India. That's what hooked him up with the al-qaeda volunteers..

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"mazaar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"mazaar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Track dies at eighty one? I the update. Hello. This is Kelly with the BBC news in the past hour. The prime minister of New Zealand just send are done says a government has agreed to tighten the country's gun laws. Speaking to reporters after a cabinet meeting, Missouri and said the reforms would be announced within the next week. She said the shootings at two mosques in Christ Church that killed fifty people have highlighted weaknesses in Gonda. Just Latian military style semiautomatic guns were used in the attack Mazaar Dern. Also, drew parallels with Australia, which changed it scandals after mass shooting in the nineteen nineties when stralia found itself tragically in a similar position to what we find ourselves. Now, they took twelve days to make the decision. We have taken seventy two hours. There is those stole some detail that needs to be worked through I want to do that. Let's move as quickly as we can the Venezuelan President Nicolas Madura has asked his entire cabinet to resign ahead of a reshuffle. The move follows the recent power cut which left large parts of the country without water for several days. Maduro is facing a challenge to his presidency from the opposition. Neither one guy. Do he has accused mister quavo of sabotage will grant reports the vice president Rodriguez confirmed the move on her Twitter account saying that president Maduro had requested the entire cabinet making that posts available for a profound restructuring of the government. It was she wrote to safeguard the fatherland in the face of any threat reshuffles common in Mr Medina's administration and an inner circle of trusted allies tend to periodically move around the ministries. He is unlikely to change anything related to the military or the ministry of defence though. The most senior Roman Catholic Carrick in France to be convicted in connection with the child abuse scandal, which is the church is due to submit his resignation to pope Francis cardinal Philippe, Baburam will meet the pope at the Vatican later grant ferret reports the cardinal who's the archbishop of Leon was found. Guilty earlier this month by a French court of failing to report the sexual abuse of boy scouts by a priest in the nineteen thousand nine hundred ninety s cardinal Barbara admitted shortcomings but denied involvement in a cover up. He plans to appeal..

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Ski Lebanon

Correspondents Report

05:08 min | 3 years ago

Ski Lebanon

"The greatest part about living in Beirut, brick our man in the Middle East. Adam Harvey is the easy access to the mountains that overlook the Lebanese capital when the snow falls beirutis cast aside daycares and head for the hills. Here's a confession. One of the reasons I applied for a job by route was because I knew that in Lebanon, you can ski of love the sports in service thirteen years old. And I strapped on a pair of skis at a tiny slope in the Brindabella's KARN forest seem terrifying, then I see state bumpy chaotic. But it was so addictive that I soon moved to the big time spins halls, but as an adult of lived in places like purse and Dublin and Sydney with a logistics and cost of skiing with prohibitive, my loss. Stop was Indonesia where the temperature didn't drop below twenty eighteen threes, and the closest thing to snow was the ash falling from mount going, and then I moved to Beirut. We can famously ski in the morning and swim in the sea in the afternoon. You couldn't do that. It's Megan's halls. Well, technically, you could but you'd need to finish at noon and dry for two hundred and fifty kilometers lightning speed to throw yourself in the ocean. And you'd being Tara in July the first time, I went up in January. I approached my Lebanese ski trip with the rigid discipline of someone who'd grownups gain on weekends in Austria, we've got to hit the slopes early. If you want to avoid queuing for forty five minutes at H T bar on parishes front valley. So I was out the door at seeks roaring up the mountain road by six thirty and at the resort by seven thirty that sea level to two thousand meters in an hour, including a stop to pick up skis and poles. I couldn't quite believe it neither I think could the cop hot guys at the resort called Mazaar. I was the first person they're opposed any empty bitumen looked up at the mountain with its deep fresh layer of snow and wondered where you're on was in bed at turned out Lignes live their lives at the opposite. End of the day. The cafes are empty at ten AM and packed at ten pm at Missouri. The ticket counter didn't open for another thirty minutes, a cool. My heels with a handful of the other early birds eventually handed over fifty dollars for a lift ticket. Good on the first chill. If to the day might fresh tracks all the way down and got strike back onto another lift, no Q. And this happened all day long. It was a dream the rest of the skiers arrived after ten AM, but the lift queues who really on the few minutes long at most basically had the mountain to myself and what a mountain wide open slopes loads of shoots and Kelly. To get lost in and best of all two huge. Winter storms had just dumped about full maters of fresh snow so much had fallen the snow plows had to dig channels beneath some of the lifts so they could operate Mozelle about the size of thread boat with a few flourishes that you wouldn't see ustralia the food and drink more interesting. I had a mountaintop Espresso with a size flack bread cooked in front of you on a middle dome. With a layer of cheese tire and yogurt spread on top. Just like in any ski resort. The music's terrible. The fashions more interesting was is the first price of seeing anyone skiing for coat the resorts in a Christian area and the locals have made their allegiance cle-, but decorating the hilltops with giant steel crosses from one of the highest chairs you can look across the Bekaa valley to the mountains of Syria as I'm recording some audio to accompany this report I ever hear a pair of skis taking in view. One man who sounds American says. So that's Syria, and that way Israel, his Lebanese companion silent for a moment occupied Palestine, he says. I head back to the cow pock, which is pandemonium the light cameras roll arriving. Now after lunch, I've never seen this an astrologer we might as well give up if you haven't arrived by ten the ski slopes might have been sedate, and peaceful, but the roads leading to them, and now frenzied is a five kilometer tailback as all the light comes sitting stalled traffic police stand on the narrow mountain road, waving arms and shouting as they try and fail to order the traffic, but even with all the cups drivers pull out of their line and roar up the wrong side of the road booking me and the other cars coming in the opposite direction. Everyone comes to a standstill as impatient. Drivers. And try to squeeze back into the other line. Everyone honks that everyone else tap my horn, just to join in the party, but none of these guys can Rick my good mood. I'm in a post mountain high skiing in Lebanon is paradise. You've just got to rise early. As the old correspondence rule has it. Any full can be uncomfortable. Adam havi enjoying himself on Lebanon's ski slopes.

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"mazaar" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

05:23 min | 3 years ago

"mazaar" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Broadcasting are encouraged by early results from collaborative experiments with bio solar is Asian combining the sun's heat with soil amendments to manage weeds and other soil borne pests. So right now, they're two ways that you can treat a field before planting new crops one you can tarp the entire thing. And wait six to eight weeks for the sun to kind of irradiate this and kill the microbes or to the more popular option. You can just pour a whole budget pesticides all over it to clean it all up. So that's the current option because it's the cheapest quickest way to clean the soil before planting. But this new preliminary study now has been extended to one omen farm in Chico in coordination with the almond board of California. They were able to use biosimilars -ation and a mustard cover crop to increase org. Ganic matter by one point two five to one point seven five percents of not only as official more efficient than the fertilizers by putting a grape skins and Allman skins and all the sort of kind of trash from agriculture layering that into the soil and then covering it a for a very short amount of time. So this bio solar is Asian is a great new way potentially to to sanitize fields before new crop goes in. So they're gonna go into secondary testing very soon to find their next up is strawberries because strawberries are commonly treated with few against which I didn't realize they're very porous strawberries that's yucky. You don't you peel the skin service usually thing? Oh, I don't want them. So this could be a really great one, especially for porous fruit. You can use biosimilars ation. You don't have the potential of getting pesticides leaking into your pores? That's a better love it better living through agricultural technology. Yes. Trash and plastic tarps for the win. I would not have guessed that. Oh. It would not have. I would not have guessed that would be the way it would go. But. Interesting concept of a neutral soil. For everything that we've learned about how important the bacterial plant relationship is. It's very interesting that there is the could be a benefit from a neutral soil, or I mean, I I wonder if it's if it's a detriment depending on where you're planting. So they what they said was that the that the grape skins the tomato skins the groundnut holes, which I called the nut skins before those all promote benefit bacterial growth, at least in the cases that they've checked so far. So I think yes, this would depend on the region this depend on the type of beneficial bacteria. You're trying to promote because they kill the the bad bacteria and sun kil back. And I did this. I've done this before like this is how I prepped gardens in the passes. I put down clear elastic. Yeah. At least six weeks like really burning everything and not allowing anything to grow and got. Yeah. But there is this aspect of of how much you neutralizing what viruses so persist, and he's the more. We've learned about the play of bacteria and viruses, sewn how they affect the plants well, and we're not little family farms anymore, these huge farms these huge agricultural spaces. They can't lay vacant for six eight weeks. They cannot which is the problem. So they they they have to find something faster. So this is this is a very promising option. I like it is. And I promise. They will be back again next week. We have reached the end of our show our to say who we did it. That's right. I would I would love to say thank you to several individuals who make this show possible. Fodda? Thank you so much for your help on show notes and on social media could not do it without you gourd. Thank you for helping in the chat room. Ben rothe. Also, thank you for moderating in their identity for thank you for recording the show. We are podcast depends on you that I also would like to say thank you to all of our patriots sponsors. Thank you, Paul Disney. Richard Onuma said dire. Stu pollock. Philip. Shame. Ken Hayes Harrison Prather Charlene. Henry Joshua fury. Steve Tobel, Alex wasn't toady steel. Craig Landon Mark Mazaar, Jack Matthew when Jason Roberts Bill K. Bob called her time jumper three one nine. Eric nap, Richard Bryan Condron Dave neighbor in Jeff Dave fried L, Darryl. My shack Andrew Swanson, Paul Rona vich, Corinne Benton pseudo Dave Wilkinson, Ben big.

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