35 Burst results for "Mr Bush"
"mr bush" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"The illness made him aware of his actions but motivated by self centered attitude and even at one point during the trial. He threatened to kill both his own lawyer and the judge they put him on. They've put him on the stand he. It seems like that's his solution to a lot of problems is i'll kill you. Yeah yeah which really as we're learning is is a non solution this thing of like people pretending to be crazy to get the verdict of insane and it's like no you're just proving what a piece of shit you are and you're also understanding that you need to plot this out so it makes you look sane because you understand reasoning and plotting yes. There's not the insanity part isn't there. it's but you are clearly either associate path or just the most rotten spoiled child of all time where spoiling children can get you. Yeah 'cause that should be a psa on those kids that are funding screaming out loud in restaurants. It's like get a hold of it now Yeah or you're going to go the route of mr bush to fail amen. It's or you're just annoying everyone else around you and like i'm trying to piece. Yeah just no screaming. How about the rule of no screaming screaming and if your child screaming take them outside. Or how about you glare at your child no wants you to hit them. No but how about a good. My father used to stop us in our tracks with the look on his face. Oh my god keep gone too far. Also he was very large intimidating. So i'm sure he only had to look. We'll look and you just like yeah. Sit exactly what she's not going. Well stop right now. Yeah love it. So on november. Twenty first nineteen seventy five The jury fines bush. Guilty on six counts of second degree murder. He sentenced to six consecutive life sentences. But all these questions and this is like one of the reasons why this murderous still to this day and people still debate it when it's clear that he just fucking crazy on acid in heroin piece of shit. Narcissistic asshole just killed his entire family. There are things that are weird that make people question. What really happened and think that it didn't happen that way. So one of them. Which i totally understand and wanna know the answers to is. How did he shoot six people in four different rooms without any of them waking up or trying to escape. And they're all they're all on their stomachs when their shots no turnover over to be like what. The fuck was that Like they were drugged. Well that's what i thought too. Okay no drugs in any other systems really. Oh yeah and no neighbors heard the rifle blasts at all and this is a fucking rifle. Yeah the defense experts conducted experiments on the marlin rifle found that its report report or report rapport report report. It's spelled report guys just a report. It's noise so loud. That could be heard almost a mile away. It's a rifle. So how did none of the neighbors hear it and you can see photos. They weren't that far away. The neighbors they were like literally next door. I mean he must have done. I mean like then did he put rum in some. I've been like he must have affected them in some way right. But how do the neighbors not hear it either. Olek silencer. no no. There's no silence. There's no drugs in the system alcoholic doubted. Either but i mean could there be a silencer that they didn't find. I don't know yes put out. I'm going to say yes and put it up there in the i th i don't know rifle are probably satan could satan. It is weird everybody sleeping on their stomachs. That's why isn't one person sleeping on their side. That's teeming being or did he. You know there's this..
George W. Bush on Need for Comprehensive Immigration Reform
"Former President George W. Bush. Who has mostly stayed out of politics. After the White House has re emerged with criticism off Donald Trump is he advocates for a sharply different immigration policy from Trump. Mr. Bush sat down with CBS News correspondent Norah O'Donnell to talk about immigration and his new book of paintings Out of many one Portrait's of America's immigrants. Deep in the Heart of Texas is the former president, 1600 Acre Ranch. Come on in where he's mixing his new passion for painting. It's an issue he's cared about four decades immigrant Shin. The problem with the immigration debate. Is that it it one can create a lot of fear. Yeah, they're coming after you. The former president hopes his voice makes that debate less fearful. After four years of anti immigration rhetoric more than two decades ago, George W. Bush rat is a compassionate conservative who wanted to pass comprehensive immigration reform. His failure to do so, he said, is one of his greatest regrets and part of the reason he is rejoining the
"mr bush" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Just got enormous. Just make her head explode. Kathy wants to have lots of grand baby. Yes, I did when we got married with Have kids between us, and she still wanted more. Yep. And I literally like now this is a litter. Literally weird, She pointed more. Yep, I will not lie. I do. Aye. Dios. So it's all good. Everything is good. That's awesome. So what's your favorite thing about parenting 1.5 years because mine was Not quite defiant yet, but they're starting to border on it. Where they give you the look back. You know, he's still outside s so it begins about 1.5. It never ends. 26 yesterday never ends and she's not listening to them, okay? I heard you wouldn't let us talk about him on air on anything. And because I would make not inappropriate jokes, But I would make jokes that other parents thought were hilarious and learned very quickly that the cover off rules. Will she be working in the factory here shortly? She was there yesterday. The stories. Where is it was great. She you know they They went and had breakfast and then came up to the to the shop, and I was holding her while I was checking people out, and she wants. She loves pushing buttons, and she wanted to, you know, work the credit card machine and help bring people up that he was, But that's how they start. That's how it works. My last words can't they become comfortable being in charge? You know if they see that that long, so We got. We're down to about four minutes. I think probably we need to cover the basics like the Hours. And you know the business people need to hear rather than how many types of candy do you saw, Like? Well, Mr Bush a bunch too many to name. Yeah, There's there's a hole. Let's just get with a bunch of there's no winning. Whatever.
"mr bush" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Well I'll be glad to Gracie but some of the time I think you know we Graham all afternoon and we only moved coffee only move for we think we well I don't know I've been with you for years but this is the first time you've really got me worried Mr bush I know I'm on the cell membrane I think I may be able to help yourself miss Allen's problem of the scientific test but years of hobbit I studied psychiatry under that famous mind specialist professor Alvin W. Fonda former ABB SMA PhD I thank right he's using what shall man tried to test on blood and show great she watched me don't talk to me I'm mad at you now please buy well Mister Houston I'd like to give you a simple test this is called the free association of ideas now when I say cold what do you want to consciously think hi that's right now what made you think of that spam spam yes because cold I did hit the spot G. George how we needed to get in what besides you had more experience than I had this is your two one sixty nine broadcasters ma'am right if you're black you're crazy you see what I started very few people knew about spam Hormel has found a new combination of meats and more delicious way this season that and I have your package to put it in spam was something new and different nobody else has ever even tried to make anything like spam and now there are more than sixty imitation make you feel good thank you it hurts me when I see an imitation when you have more than sixty imitation you know there must be all sorts of products and all sorts of prices among them I'm afraid somebody'll be fooled again and you feel good night thank you the people get cool I feel good tonight because apparently people are letting themselves be cool I just found out today that in the last six months the housewives of America bought more spam than they did all the other sixty brands combine women are being fooled by low prices special premiums or buy packages that look a good deal like spam or by names that seem like spam I feel good tonight Gracie because now I know women can really tell the difference you feel good too because I like it hello well Gracie when spent first came out people haven't learned whether was beef or pork or cheese or fish so we label all pork products when someone else came out with some other product and call that all court to we began to realize that all port takes in a lot of territory and we can make a lot cheaper product we use just any kind of more spam Gracie is a combination of pork shoulder meat and ham made nothing else with those two we use pork shoulder to make spam a sweet and juicy meat that we put in the hammock takes to give extra flavour and goodness that wouldn't be there without it that is different than being just all pork spam shows on the label receptions work shoulder made with hand me that look for whenever the occasion calls for a delicious meat at your house ask your food dealer for spam S. T. E. A. M. hi he said thank you when you come here a minute look this is what this now means if he says black you say why if he says Edison you're sailing now we start again go ahead some power no no Gracie that's wrong again miss Allen I'm merely trying to find out your mental capacity in order to reach a solution for your present the level we must first go back to your childhood he look great what he means is that anything's going to happen to you when you were very young yeah what I would point I know you were born even read that book right yeah well every yeah maybe work when it couldn't be Friday no no I'm never home and find shop man are you sure those questions are right you'd never know from the hands well this is all beyond me I wonder what could have happened or maybe when she was a baby he climbed on top of the house and fell off the roof engine three it's real brief role role role well I never.
"mr bush" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Visit W. W. W. dot bill free coin dot com on this Thursday I continue to be very concerned over two things that are hurting the nation first the absolute corruption of our free press and second president trump's tweet feuds this week president bush the younger issued a statement saying that the new York times fabricated a story saying he would not vote for Donald Trump in November Mr bush says he has not discussed his vote is anyone surprised the times did that is anyone surprised much of the other national media picked the phony story up and spread it around without checking with President Bush if you are surprised then you and little Bo peep have something in common as our president trump he feels the need to do question the motives of an elderly demonstrator in buffalo who was injured when a policeman pushed him down the man is hospitalized his blood on the street so why disparage the protester Mister president is that do the nation any good by the way the answer is no it is probably too late to reform the press it's over the cliff with the trump hate not coming back anytime soon but the president should stop the unnecessary tweeting and concentrate on building a voter coalition to get the country back on track let's make America sane again now this.
"mr bush" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"The National Guard is establishing a presence in Plano is the corona virus pandemic continues to impact the economy Dr Valerie Hawthorne with the North Texas food bank says close to two hundred fifty National Guard members are helping the food bank meet historic demands it is a welcome and blessed relief that we have them here to help us at this time the National Guard will be working at mobile food pantries the distribution floor and in
"mr bush" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"All in all that is the question what was supposed to be good Mr bush levels does god want us to suffer ten years is that your final answer being well it was nice to meet you guys thank you for the Grand Canyon and good luck with this hi everybody Dennis Prager the third hour on Tuesdays even when there is a virus going around is still the ultimate issues our I'm not gonna talk about the virus three hours a day specially if I have a dedicated our we your life must go on my friends and you have to maintain a cheerful attitude and even I do despite the fact that I have great questions about the draconian response to the virus nevertheless it is what it is I will live with it maybe I'll finish my third volume of my Bible commentary the projected five volumes quicker as a result certainly not going on the road lecturing the normal month I would have spent about the ten days of this month on the road MLM home that's the way it works okay everybody so I've got a today's ultimate issues question I'm going to present to you M. V. essence of my own theology and ask you to react am I right well not even am I right because you can't there's no right or wrong in theology is this faith so I don't I don't ever say of this theology is wrong I think of this I can I will judge judges theology morally but not the theologically anyway here is my theology and whether you're secular or religious tell me what whether you agree or disagree would you amplify it would you change it here it is ladies and gentlemen Dennis Prager's theology in one sentence god wants us to do good may go that's it it's all it's been one of the true constants of my life there is a god god is good god judges us god wants us to do good I've never believed that god wants us to be perfect because we we he created it in perfect being how could god make demands that are not impossible to realize I've never quite understood that we never asked to be perfectly distressed to walking crossways and that's repeated it's in Deuteronomy ten it's in mica six so what god wants from you one A. Prager seven seven six two channels through the secular to challenge to the religious the challenge the secularism they don't think god is necessary and all I could tell you is that the the post Christian world has not been morally impressive with its communism and its Nazism most secular institution in society is this a joke it is a bad joke it's called the university it was an intellectual fraud it is a moral cesspool I'm sorry to say it because I love learning I love it I have a I still have about five six thousand books I love books I love the the life of the mind precisely because I love the life of the mind I have contempt for the modern university and now it's seeping down to high schools and elementary schools so don't tell me call we don't need god really really look at the great success of the secular university and the secular high school the great success of the secular world in terms of happiness okay not to mention was that on the and it's a challenge by theology to to many religious people who believe that the list of what god wants from us is longer than what I just said I don't know any religious Jewish Christians who denies of god wants us to be good but they would add theology or ritual and I'm against having I'm just saying that this is the essence that's my question on today's ultimate issues our group that.
"mr bush" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"On the air so Mr bush recording if you'd like call now thank you cool everyone complains about how terrible the reader IBM if they would just send us a fax I think he read really well thank you al I think it's hilarious when you read I think of it I think you've improved dramatically over the last please check that I I it and I look I love your commentary and I'll send the words you miss and it just makes it more interesting it does it does now tentatively in the travel center incidents in general and your defense sometimes these aren't written for dramatically impacted your trying to interpret them as you go right so it's yeah I think I'm just want everyone to feel like they're you know how I get when we do this podcast right I it's like we're just hanging out talking yeah and I forget that other people like listening to stuff right right you know and then sometimes you see things and then you know that with other people yeah we're just like you know just listening right I mean like for five people get their in this other brother Daryl right now we know Josh hello Josh yeah he's use scope in Saudia so sometimes you forget right that there could be more than four people listening to the program right and so this year you get carried away and then you have to kind of go off on tangents and so on it seems like people like that about a sense right well for someone to get in some way well you're right about that no more like it than kick a like children yeah so we haven't got a one star review in quite some time to start up yeah that's Josh.
"mr bush" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Baseman our schools reaching into church basements and barbershops into universities light shining for the world this I enjoy that whoever's writing speeches for Mr bush a judge like Hey I've got an idea let's just go look at some of Obama's lines and and some of his speeches and just borrow them though that's a pretty that's pretty close but I can understand why bridge and judge has he's got that very yeah that that very desirable resume Ivy League schools road scholar enough served in Afghanistan okay Alex in a lot of veterans have been going after him four they feel like pushing his service a little too hard luck I was in military but all I can say is C. I you guys always told me know your role and you know don't don't think your high speed and some kind of like door kicker when you're just trying to help that you're just there to help the door kickers do what you can to help them and an honor what they're putting out there every day by giving your best to would you do but don't pretend to be something else yeah I've seen I've seen people called out I've seen people called Abu judge on that issue but anyway Obama has a a very had a very impressive resume Harvard and all the rest of it so you can understand why they try to copy some elements of the campaign mayor Pete does not have the same personal charisma in fact he has a much more robotic feel so I've got to say you know he's not in his policies are far left he's trying to present as more of a as more of a centrist that lane is very crowded we know that there's an unpleasant unlikely scenario for anybody including Bloomberg who's just gonna be like California I'd like I spent so much money how much more money do I just bands like I just vote for me since job you know they he he doesn't he doesn't want to go through this he doesn't have the fire in the belly for this at all he really just doesn't want trump to be president and I think the irony is he might be helping trump be president by making sure that Bernie Sanders is the nominee so the only option open to the establishment the democratic establishment really realistically is they will have to try some shenanigans at the convention and a lot of people that vote that were bound to vote for Bernie Sanders on the first ballot on the second ballot to be like that not gonna do that I'm gonna go for somebody else and that's where you have all these theories that pundits love to talk about in this case I think that there's some validity in discussing them because there's a real possibility that you we might have a situation like that is this a house another and Bernie Sanders socialist looked on the markets I mean I put my money where others on this one if if Bernie Sanders and I really think Bernie Sanders gonna win because the thing is if you wait till after the election that everyone's gonna you're gonna be you're gonna be selling a sell off which is just the you know a very bad idea but if I really think that but trump is in trouble very says gonna win I'm gonna probably get out getting the cash and precious metals and you know not be involved I'm not giving anybody else financial vice ever saw what I do but I'm just telling you that we are in for a rough economic times of that guy's in charge and the same people that are now claiming you cannot listen to them because they're hacks that are claiming don't worry Bernie can't do that much he can't be that much of a dictator the Congress will stand in his way I'm sorry we're being told all the time the trump is a dictator so what I did and that trump is able to destroy the country at any moment we're just waiting for that to happen that's what the left tells us but Bernie Sanders a socialist won't be able to do any bad social stuff if he's president because Congress will keep him in check he said he said he's gonna clear executive orders we get a real constitutional crisis when I was a brief sentences like I know we're climate emergency will not allowed to have any more coal power a call from the power plants doing any electricity shut him down he sends EPA now says he paid a bunch of guys with guns first on EPA's been applied their guns a long time I'm sure shut down the coal plant yeah we'll go to the courts but Bernie Sanders is that to the executive branch is doing guess what maybe that's why the second branch gonna do so you know we we have some real concerns us from real problems and now we get into yeah so we have the establishment hoping to find someone and I don't think they have a way and was there to try some of the convention and then there is fracturing the party and having Bernie people walk or even worse for them burning people going to vote for trump which is not as crazy as it is in some ways Ernie organizers would never do that the Bernie apparatus would never go for trump but I think there are Bernie voters yeah I'd go for Trumbull I mean over some candidate that's just parachuted in from the Democrat elites if Bernie was in fact a winning going into the convention I you know just as a form of protest I could see them doing that going for trump then we get into the the normalization of the socialist project that the Democrats are going through right now and let's just right now stabber stuff we're not allowed to get away with pretending that a guy who is almost eighty and for a least you know sixty some odd years has been consistently a Marxist and socialist and saying it and uses the word they don't get to pretend now that he's not actually a socialistic and they're gonna try that we're.
"mr bush" Discussed on Scouting Radio on Demand
"It's just doing a quick podcast band not on the actual live on facebook on on twitter or on Youtube about the moment be cut. I am so unbelievably busy listeners. Because another BUBBA is on the way baby number two is on on the way in the next while on Iheart been working way behind the scenes with guys who radio and including a brand new website. That's going to be unveiled in two thousand nine hundred twenty which will be totally more interactive with our facebook live. Our Youtube live on twitter. Because you've been telling us what you want with the websites sized. It's a bit stale at the moment after Mr Bush ducked because a lot of people have been working behind the scenes and remember. Were all volunteers on schedule. Major in getting teens tidied up and but I hope that you have noticed on on facebook. We happing sharing a lot of stuff from Dung Beetle. All and all the clue across in Australia for the field England are an America and so forth. I have to say the new website. It's going to be very user friendly to all our listeners. Well if I've been in the scheduling worldwide been busy way With working with new venture clue dot we settled with my group. twenty-fifth nightmare it's busy. It's busy like with getting ice once a month or so did challenge rooms recently not not Lockin Malakian challenge but actually challenged him to watch word. It's like watching the cube if you have the cube in on UK television Asian. And you just have a look at it on you. Say Oh God I can do these charges until you're put in a situation where you have less than a minute to solve all a puzzle or something with the team and it does get to the stage where members of the team are searching over each other and then the the minutes open then you have to beat the steps. We didn't do too well. The other the other patrol did quite well. I have to say we came. Second NAS I. It's okay it's okay and I have a listen to this. You know what that's not listened to that song because.
News in Brief 29 July 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations U N Secretary General and Tony Cottee his extended his condolences to the families of those killed in Sunday's landslides in the southern Chinese province of Guizhou following heavy rains in a statement. And released on Sunday Mister Gutierrez said that he was saddened by the loss of life and destruction of property caused by landslides according to media reports at least thirty six are believed to have died in the landslides which occurred on Tuesday in a village. Glitch in switching county. Mr Bush went on to commend the search and rescue operations being conducted by the government of China is rains continued to fall in offer the assistance of the United Nations if needed to assist in these efforts in the killing of some sixty five people by suspected Boko Haram terrorists in northeast Nigeria is been condemned by Filippo Grandi head of the U._N.. Refugee Agency U._N._H._C._R. as a terrible massacre in a tweet published on Sunday Mr. Grandy wrote that grave insecurity continues to devastate civilian lives in the region including more than two million displaced people and refugees according to media reports gunmen opened fire on a funeral at a village near might agree the capital. Of Birth State killing several immediately while others died trying to chase away the attackers militants from groups such as Book Aram have contributed to a decade-long humanitarian crisis in Borno civilians have borne the brunt of a conflict that. Has led to widespread forced displacement in human rights violations in finally more than forty thousand members of the scouting movement are being encouraged to stand up for human rights it to twenty four th World Scout Jamboree currently underway at an adventure central camp in West Virginia in the United States. The Jamboree brings together scouts from around the world to promote peace in mutual understanding and develop leadership and life skills these year the U. N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Michel Bushley Stoltze Scouts.
"mr bush" Discussed on Bad To The Dad
"You can have this tremendous I think improvement to your life. Yeah. Me too. And people people talk about it three dollars. One dollar from every purchase of this bottle opener will go to Rennie's favorite mental charity, and that is testicular cancer. Let's try to end cancer of the balls. We're going to have someone on ear elite weeks. Yeah. Good friend, Mike Delano survived to stickler cancer and knock formica. He is in remission, and he's very open about talking about this really for the preventative measures that that's need to take great, great work with. Mr Bush, and I must have been pretty powerful. I said that have his apartment. Just there was so many more questions I wanted to ask, but it felt like I was I was with him in the barracks, I was with Lillian firm ary listening to how the book was constructed the whole process was end of the book, again, the name of the book is called survivors club. That's retrovirus plus the story of a young boy who survived Auschwitz and other members of his family who did. And there were other friends who he had reunited with over time that he had known from the death camps. There are pieces of that interview, just because we want to keep it to a certain length that you didn't hear again, going back to what we talked about before the interview aired about the ignorance and the rise of anti-semitism the rise of anti everything going on. He told me the story of a cruise that he took to Europe with the family and the captain of the ship was Austrian. Okay. And the captain said, you know, Austria's beautiful place is a. Place to visit. And it is, it's a tremendous country filled with culture and truly wonderful people. But Austria is also the birthplace of that Hitler and other nasty things that went on during World War Two so you actually asked the captain. Are you familiar with crystal knock the night of broken glass, November, the Nazis, essentially Smadga Renate that six number eight yeah? Yeah, smashing, the glass of stores and homes of Jewish people. Jewish families in Europe and the boat. Captain said what's Kristallnacht? No, sir. Come on. Isn't that terrible Kumba? And the captain is probably a good person, just for whatever reason, never cross paths with holocaust education. So if it's not happening in Europe. Imagine that it's not happening in other parts of the world. It's important in every country, but, you know, the people of the countries where many of these crimes these atrocities were propel. Waited and we've got a lot of work to do. Sounds like like Ed mentioned recently reading, man's search victories ranks little reading. Absolutely. It's a very powerful story. I just watched another movie cable called operation finale where they go into Argentina. They get it all. Store, and it's really an amazing story. Oscar Isaac is one of the leaders and. And been he's like minute how they really get him out. And the kind of Jew hating that was going on Argentina the time. Because so many people have left Germany at escape there. It's. It's this concept of what would I have done? You don't you think about most of us think, you know, if I would have done this, a fighter and everything else, the truth is it is so hard to the fathom, what it had to been like, because they do they break you down to everything in the hard part is reading victim. Wrinkle, gin is there's no ended site. You know, and you talk about love love of your family that keeps get you through and even some humor. But when you have no idea and it's over. Yeah. It's what he's going to end on whatever day. Yes. And you can look forward to that. So the fact that he has survived as a kid. It has all fate. It's all with it's luck whatever. No. Whatever reason as to why one person survived over the other. Yeah. And I do bring up do you believe in God because seem like everyone of his escapes? Our escapes was miraculous. Yes. And he said it wasn't an accident. You brought up a love, and we've heard time and time again that the opposite of love is not hate. It's apathy, right? Yeah. People just turning a blind eye. Looking the other way and about a year or two ago, I did go to Israel, with my family and went to. Yeah. Russia is the holocaust museum in Jerusalem, and our guide really put into perspective. He said there were many people in, in Holland and Austria, get the Germanic countries, who would sell out the Jews, but you don't blame them for doing so because the pressure to do so is so significant you are hungry. There was still a depression, going on if you were found hiding Jews you would be that if you knew about the down the line, it was yeah, you don't blame them because you're trying to it's, it's all about self-survival. Yeah. So. You put yourself on a real philosophical space. How much courage do I have deep inside to do the right thing for one person? And my right thing is not the rest of the world right thing. I use this term in training, which actually still from Russia. There we're talking about. There is a song called nobody's hero. All right. And the lyric is a hero is the voice of reason against a howling mob. It takes a lot of courage to be an independent voice and independent activists for doing the right thing. And we know that there were righteous gentiles. And there's righteous people all over the world that are joining that atrocities and I think part is all be to realize things in your perspective. I think you're right. We. Still up for us alert. Yeah. From that time friend and excellent work. I know we have exciting. This week. So heavy subject yet are today this week. Yes. But come next week, folic from a good time fun. With our dad are dad's might my dad Alan are your dead, Larry, Larry level, Larry. And STAN, the man my father, so just so happened. There was an opportunity a couple of months ago where we had all the dads in one place, brought them into the den den. That's where we grew revenge of the dads and they're going to tell some stories about us. Yes. And they're gonna tell some stories about themselves. Correct. And how their process of becoming a dad came to be? And now that informed now they raised us. And we turned out just media now. We do. All right. Yeah, we're doing. All right. We're, we're bad to the death. We are bad to the dad dads have a great week. Thanks for listening..
"mr bush" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Course? That's a concern of the fact is president made the same arguments that he's making, which are absolutely contentious of congress, and the American people essentially that the congress can't investigate the president or the administration, except in relation to a particular piece of legislation. President is Lowe's behaviors making it more and more difficult to ignore all alternatives including impeachment. Well, the do it, they go you're talking about it. Do it. You're talking about it all the time. Do it right. Let's just get it over and done with. I mean, you've already got Mr Bush, remember, Mr. mosh doesn't vote. And so. There you go. So people talking about, Mr. mosh, of course, the Republican who said, we shouldn't peach president, by the way, he's already got a primary challenger. I don't think he you'll find out a lot of situations like this, when you see somebody coming out and speaking their mind, it's because maybe they're worried about their fiefdom going away. So they're doing this, hey, I better, pivot and see what I can do. What's way the wind is blowing to try to hold onto my seat. If you want to impeach the president do it. I know the you don't have the votes in the Senate. And let's go back over this again. Real quick, real quick. Real quick. High crimes and misdemeanors. It is not a criminal case. It is a political case. If you want to do it, then, do it if not, we move on said, simple, we got other things going on the president's lawyers tried to block the company from from turning over these records, and they sued a chairman coming in his official capacity as chairman of the house oversight committee in last night, the judge ruled in favor of House Democrats, in, in our efforts to obtain these financial records. So the financial records, that's they're going after now. It's going to be a longer fight. And guess what? It's going to go to the DC circuit court of appeals, which happens to be this, judge that sitting on the case was the guy who didn't get an opportunity to at least have a hearing for the supreme court, and that, of course, is America. So it's a party people like he's going to get revenge. And like, not if he's a judge. And he's a real judge that looks at the law. Now he may rule in the favor, but it's not about revenge. Because if it's strictly about revenge than what kind of judge would he have been in the supreme court Justice? I think it's a very fair question ass. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow Twitter. Tweet on us have a habit Tuesday. So we're a few days away from travel off Friday and off Monday Memorial Day, Monday, and it's crazy as we see how fast things ramping up, not just in the travel that we're going to be taking on the roads. But also for nearly three million of us a day, according to the Airlines Association airlines for.
"mr bush" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"When does he do? We'll we're going to be all over it here on KTAR. But today it has been a busy one. And you might need to have your faith in humanity. Restore today because of it, and you know, what folks you heard me talk a little bit about it here today. But. I got a little one in studio with me right now who restores frankly my faith in humanity. I call her Riley Mr. Bruce who is off today because he's got some throat issues. He calls her baby Riley. If you listen to the show, and she was bummed because she was coming into work with me today is she came with cookies she came with cupcakes and she really wanted to see Mr. Bruce, Mr. Bruce, well, he had to take care of himself today. And she wanted what did he want? Why did you want to see Mr. Bruce today Riley because she's right here with me right now Riley, what do you want to say to Mr Bush's listening? I just wanted to say, hi and talk about him with shocker you wanted to talk to Mr. Bruce about soccer. Yeah. I wanted to talk about like how I love goalie. And I love to score goal. Of course, you do, you know, Mr. Bruce, a big soccer fan, and I show him your videos, and your pictures all the time and he used to be a goalie. So chances are he's got some tips for you. And I know he's listening right now, I have. Say hi shippers. All right. Mr bruce. We hope you're feeling better. And we hope to have you back on Monday. Yes. That is my daughter dot is baby Riley. She's big girl Riley. Do you? How many people were walking around the station going? Wait a second. I remember when you were in a stroller. Yeah..
"mr bush" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily
"This story was reported by Patrick Johnson in Savannah, Georgia for the monitor the song clip. You heard earlier is an excerpt from old town road by lil- knows ex. Now commentary on the ouster of Sudanese dictator O'Meara bus year from the monitor's editorial board. One liberating moment in a democratic revolution occurs. When enough people reject dictators frequent attempts to convince them, they have enemies in recent weeks. Protests Don have provided a prime example of this. It's revolution is only half complete after Thursday's ouster of strongman of us year, the military that sidelined him still clings to power yet. The Sudanese have revealed a mental freedom from dictatorships pattern of manufacturing hate. Mr Bush share was able to hold power for thirty years by finding many foes in any of Sudan's, tribal, social or religious groups for him Warren division were tools to keep Bauer again. And again, however, the protests have shown new desire for inclusion not exclusion. If Sudan has an enemy at may not have been Mr. Bashir or now in his place, the military top brass rather the Sudanese. No, the problem was their willingness to believe in enemies, they have chosen instead to find unity around a hope for peace and democracy, the regime itself, even without Mr. Bashir is proving that it is its own. Worst enemy it too. Shall fall.
George W. Bush says immigration is a 'blessing and a strength'
"Former president US George W Bush is calling on congress to liver comprehensive immigration reform. It helps to remember that America's immigrant history. Made us who we are amid all the complications of policy may we? Never forget that immigration is a blessing and a strength and departure from fellow Republican the President Mr Bush says a rhetoric is not helpful in the bipartisan work needs to
Resignation scandal mars Trudeau's shiny image
"Trudeau swept into power in Canada in two thousand fifteen championing equality, openness and social Justice, but the resignation of his attorney general who will let's shoot face pressure to go easy on one of the country's biggest companies in corruption case has dented this image. Nikki Zena discusses the case in what it means for Trudeau in the liberal party with Ravi, Matt and Amy Williams. Amy, tell us first about the company involved. SNC lavaman will the company has a few things, but bowling engineering company that works mainly with mining and energy services. So in this case, it's been accused of bribing Libyan officials around the time when he was in power. This is not as I brush with bribery, allegations the World Bank, actually, blacklisted its main subsidiary from bidding on projects and its own global corruption policy and that happened in two thousand thirteen over a project. It was worth on in Bangladesh. The key thing about the company in the stories that employs around nine thousand people across Canada. Most of those are in Quebec, which is the home for just intruders constituency in Montreal what was the attorney general's involvement, which Wilson rape, bogey Torney general. She was in a position to come up with the prosecution agreement with the company that would basically have seen him set. Lots of court avoiding huge find so base. Would have paid some money but being allowed to keep trading and avoid the court fees and big legal costs that would put them out of business. And who does she say put her under pressure to agree to a deferred prosecution agreement and why did she end up resigning? Well, she said that it was several people in Mr. Trudeau's government specifically in his office, and including Mr. shooter himself and Khushi his top advisor, Gerald books. Her resignation is a bit murky and a little unclear but what we do know is that shortly before she resigned, Mr. Trudeau effectively demoted her in a cabinet reshuffle and this caused quite a bit of upset. She initially refused to take the first portfolio that she was offered. So she was attorney general and Justice minister, Mr. to try to move her to indigenous services, which she climbed she eventually ended up at veterans affairs, and she shortly afterwards resigned. What has Mr. Trudeau said about this mister Suto and also his adviser Mr. buck who gave testimony to the Canadian House of Commons. Have both said that they did not try to force miss was able to make any kind of decision. They just asked her the independent advice and get a second opinion on her decision because they thought it was really important case lots of jobs are at stake. Mr. Trudeau has insisted he spoke to journalists day after Mr Bush gave testimony he insisted. That he was only ever trying to defend jobs as all he's ever tried to do and nine thousand jobs is really quite a lot of jobs to be lost. I know you've been wanting to hear from me directly on the SNC Lebanon issue. I've taken time to review the testimony to reflect on what has happened over the past months and on what our next steps should be. What has become clear through the various testimonies is that over the past months? There was an erosion of trust between my office. And specifically my former principal secretary and the former minister of Justice and attorney general I was not aware of that erosion of trust does prime minister and leader of the federal ministry. I should've been in regards to standing up for jobs and defending the integrity of our rule of law. I continue to say that there was no inappropriate pressure. Bearing in mind that elections are coming up in October. How has this all gone down with Canadian voters rudely, they don't like it? This Troodos popularity has taken a hit. And it's not looking all that good for him the elections approach. However in Quebec the province. Montreal is people are less bothered about this. And actually his popularity's is kinda held up in Quebec, they're a little more sympathetic to the view that jobs were at stake around three thousand of those nine thousand jobs in Quebec. And they are less unhappy with MRs Troodos alleged actions. Ravi you've written that Mr. Trudeau is partly to blame for setting impossibly high standards. Can you explain what you mean? Yeah. I mean, there's a couple of things there. I think first of all what needs to go back and understand why he won and how he won the election in two thousand thirteen to become prime minister, we need to remember that Mr. wasn't actually expected to win. He was in third place turning to other party leaders and play the Blinder in the campaign and suddenly became. Came prime minister with a massive majority. And I think the first mistake they made was to misunderstand their mandate. They thought the massive majority meant they had licensed to invoke a massive program of change in fact, because they went by surprise by good fortune in that voters had got fed up with the incumbent Stephen Harper. They didn't realize there was a bit of a delicate balance to achieve their the second bit was they one of the back of a progressive agenda. Mr. Trudeau had a great brand he sold himself as a modern politician whose advertising a more kind a more gentle immoral open way of governing and dean with politics rather than the very fractious way. Things are done in many other places including at times in Canada. But by holdings of that standard. He also needs to meet that Senator in government now for the first few years that kind of words he did very well on certain policy issues. He accepted twenty five thousand Syrian refugees into the country from the war, which is a very popular mid both within Canada and in June. Nationally, but further into government, he made some missteps party. I would argue because of the hubris I came with that stunning election victory. First of all he started to do things that flew in the face of that cleaner than clean impression. He was giving for example in twenty-six fell foul of ethics rules for taking a private family holiday on the private island of the con, the billionaire religious leaders not only did that contravene the rules in place for politicians. But it just looked really bad. It looked very elitist. When he told the world that he was anything. But similarly in terms of the people who put in place around him, Amy mentioned Gerald butts who's as close as adviser, but Mr. bus was also his best friend. They know each other for thirty years they met at McGill University and invariably when you put your best friend in your office as your closest advisor, even the smartest person in the world will find it impossible to separate the personal and the professional. And that was certainly impression given and that chumminess once again went to undercut pretty severely, the progressive agenda that open of politics that he advertised when he campaigned for office, and indeed nearly years of his tenure so you've already touched on this a bit, but looking towards the next election, and how he starting to campaign now, what would you say are has notable achievements, and what are his failures while a couple of things. I mean, he has achieved things I talked with the Syrian refugee policy. He's also legalized cannabis which was a big campaign promise of his and he certainly tried to create a different impression of how poses can be done. But if you count all the things where he failed in the city meet the targets, he said, they include reforming the electoral system. He hasn't done that finding a way of building a pipeline from the oil signs of northern Alberta to the Pacific coast of BC. He has done that reconciling relations with indigenous populations. He hasn't achieved that so they're a litany of these things where he set. Very vicious goals, and he just didn't achieved. And so I think unfortunately, while he has made some serious achievements. Such as renegotiate NAFTA agreement with Donald Trump. They're also number failures that his opponents will hold against them. And how well placed is Canada's opposition to capitalize on Mr. Trudeau's weaknesses. Well, go into the election. I think that's one of actually his advantages. So eighty mentioned that Mr. Trudeau's poll numbers of taking a hit. And yet the liberal government the liberal party, which he leads still is more or less neck and neck with the obstinate conservatives, and I think one of the things that he has to best advantage is the fact that his opposition rivals are relatively new leaders in their own, right? And they suffer from their own credibility issues. So Andrea sherr of the conservatives and the leftist NDP's Jagmeet Singh are both quite noon to the job. And they too are having some issues around trying to prove to the public that there are credible alternative. So in terms of how well the opposition can capitalize on it. They're doing the best to make sure this as in the news there. Making sure that it's very hard for the government to talk about anything else. Every press conference at happens invariably, the tension terms to this topic around the essence see Lebanon scandal and the resignation so it's very hard to change the Genda. However, the weakness of the opposition does give Mr. to who remains a very charming character and someone who can certainly connect with people gives them a plausible chance going into the election. So Amy what happens with the SNC level in case after this? We could you will rape with decision was not offer the prosecution agreement which means they have to go to trial. So there's already a hearing underway and a criminal trial will probably happen within an ear. Yes. Data what AB said, although wasn't able to make sure this is going to trawl from what it seems the political stray hasn't ended a lot of pressure on the top civil servant in Canada. Who's also been drawn into the affair and his role there further questions the opposition is raising about whether they'll process of how cases like this handled is inappropriate. And whether in fact. An independent third party should Judy Kate over the process. So the politics is obviously very strong and carrying on. And the opposite is gonna do their best to make sure this stays in the headlines. And of course, our media colleagues are watching very closely in Canada too.
"mr bush" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Could be. Is the question was. Mr Bush levels does God want us turn here yet? Bruce. Bingo. Is that your final answer surveys? Oh god. Well, it was nice to meet you. Thank you for the Grand Canyon and good luck with the apocalypse. All right, everybody. Dennis Prager the ultimate issues. Our the third hour every Tuesday. I love ultimate issues. Always did. I guess that's one of the reasons by the way, I've just thinking about this one of the reasons that religion has an appeal to me. Is that from the earliest age of kid in a religious school a religious home? Ultimate issues are discussed that is not nearly. So the case in secular homes. Some do. But it is not the rule. What is what is the purpose of life? What is death? What happens after death? Is there? A God is their design. How do you lead a good life? I know that yourself secular homes talk about a good life. I know some do. Most talk about a life of achievement. Get into a good college is much more. Operative than being. A good person. Anyway, that's one of the appeals of religion it deals with alternate issues. That's not the subject today. The ultimate issue today is the necessity. Of hierarchy doesn't sound all that scintillating does it. But when I explain it, you'll realize it is scintillating. And there is a war the war of equality. The war for equality is a war against. The notion of hierarchy, and I'll give you three or four examples. God. And man is the most obvious. There is no equality. God is above ban. Number two. There is no equality of parent and child. The parent is to be above the child. They're not equal. Teacher student. The teacher is above the student. They are not equals. The police and the civilian the police represent authority and order. They are not equal to the civilian. You cannot treat a policeman the way you would just treat another person he has authority over you. There is a war against all hierarchy. It is the war of equality. It is very often that I tell you that there is no more important subject that I have raised in the ultimate issues our than that given subject. This is true today. There may be equally important. But there are no subjects that have been more important. There is a desire to obliterate all higher article distinctions. They'd be. There is one that they still have it's called the expert and the non-expert. Experts say experts say is is a quivalent to the religious person saying God says. Put that on the back burner for awhile. God is the authority is the is the biggest rebellion. God is not the authority since the French enlightenment. You are your own authority. People who think God is the thirty or stupid, primitive and bad. Parent to parent child that of course is being obliterated. That's part of the reason. I know a lot of you do this. And you don't mean anything by it. But I have not been a fan of parents calling their kid, buddy. I think it's part of the. Egalitarian impulse. Let us take an over our society. I know a lot of parents who still have a thirty see buddy. And I get that I've discussed this actually on the air. No, not recently, but buddy is. You know, it's it's a claim of gal of equality, basically. It's not meant that way. It's not conscious conscious. And I I get it. But we have we don't have a clear line of demarcation of parents as a Thorens. The notion of the parents is a thority is a very. A very conservative one all the whole thing is conservative everything I'm saying today's conservative conserving hierarchical Noni gala carrion relationships teacher student. That's been obliterated. Soon as teacher started having kids. Call them by their first names. They they participated in it. I read to you recently. A man who was given a big position in a certain seminary. And he says he said in in accepting the chancellorship. I look forward to learning from my students. That's a perfect example of the gala -tarian impulse. I know you learn from your students, but that's not your job. Your job is to teach students. Part of the prayer that that inaugurated the decline of the United States in nineteen sixty two supreme court ruled. And it was almost unanimous, which is really depressing. That the prayer. May God bless us. Heir-apparent's our teachers and our country. You see the level in which parents and teachers replaced get that. Parents and teachers had a special position in America. They don't anymore. Fourteen year old girls can start taking hormone treatments if they think they're boys. At sixteen. They can decide to have their breasts removed by a surgeon. Facing fear, boys? The parents do not have to approve. I only use this as an example of the obliteration of parental authority. One eight Prager seven seven six. You resonate to these points that I am raising one eight Prager seven seven six eight seven seven two four three triple seven six. The obliteration of hierarchy the gala -tarian impulse. It is very deep in the human being people. Don't like anything above them. Although even that's not true. Because the the love of dictators has certainly been a dramatic one. The number of Germans who loved Hitler, the number of Russians who loved Stalin. Number of Chinese who loved male. The human being on the one hand hates hierarchy in on the other worships. It is. In always the wrong instances, the irony is these these monsters. Would have the people believe that there is no hierarchy so everybody in the Soviet Union and China was a comrade, for example. But the key is what I just told you now God man or God human. Parent-child teacher student. Policeman civilian? These are hierarchies. Our egalitarian. Ideology. Is against them. That's the that's in a nutshell. What the? What the ideological civil war in the west is about our their hierarchies. Call me Dennis. I don't mean on the talk show combing Dennis Mr. pregnant doesn't matter to me. But I'm talking about the firework teacher. I was teaching high school kids when I was twenty two years old. And I never told them to call.
"mr bush" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"So so we gotta take one more failed jump before. I get to the welcome where that was. During that time, I was volunteering as much time as I could with a different kind of after school programs and doing some big brother big like helping kids in need. Yeah. Helping folks I grew up, you know, we grew up in the hood. And at the end of the day, you know, part of my most influential times where some of these kids, then some of these people that took care of me after school, and so and so forth. And so it was one of the things that I took it upon myself to really do my best to try to give back to that community as much as I could. And then I did some summer camps where I was like a camp counselor for a couple of different camps, again, helping people as much as they could. And and then all of a sudden, I kind of kind of came into this realization again that in my life who influenced me the most. And I guess I don't know have always had this idea for like this to make a Mark or to try to somehow leave the world differently that, you know, type thing that's very important. I feel the same way. That's how I think a lot and. And so one of the things I can name I can't name to this day. I can name my second grade. Teachers, my third grade teachers my momma high school and non of my professors in college I can't name a single one at so sick further yourself down like I said, these people had a different impact in my life. I'd that the person in college as much as professors provided much needed, you know, education. The it was really it was like a vendor. It was like all ready know what? Bye bye. And then there's a few professors that I had that had great classes. But I don't honestly like I said, it's just different as an adult. It is. And then grains, different points. Exactly. But I remember clearly the teachers middle school than in an elementary school that that effectively molded me, you know, even in inadvertently, you know, I still remember I remember my third grade teacher was miss LeBlanc that I think recognize something in me took me out of of regular classes and put me into GT class because she was like there's something different about this kid. She went out to chase it. She wanted to chase it. I remember, you know, God restor one of my my first in experience with death was my second grade teacher that passed away from cancer miss fuller like while she was teaching. Yeah. And she got she was got ill. All of a sudden she wasn't coming to school. And the next thing, you know, they've told us that she passed remember? Second-grade? Oh my God. That's rough. And you know, and is one of those things that I think that, you know, it's again, I remember these these people in my life, or even you know, Mr Bush Tato, and Dr mister show that were these these these guys who are in the kinds of stem side of school where I personally loved and they were so good at being able to Evan flow with, you know, my neurotic crazy mind, and and be able to keep me focused, but at the same time come back and go, hey, I remember you asked me about that. You wanna talk about that? Now, we had you know, what I mean, it was just really good as opposed to, you know, again, as you further long there, the teachers that did that for me a middle school where fewer and far between and then it's the ones that actually really truly care. Correct. That's the difference. 'cause there's you have p you have teachers that you end up with unfortunately that they don't really give up just a job to. That's right. And now a quick word from our sponsor. Post meets as usual your stomach in the rest of your life or at war you need to eat. But you can't just stop whatever, you're important thing. You're doing in your house like playing four nine of watching incredible documentary to deal with the fact that you don't have any food and you refrigerator in the only fast things that deliver are not what you want like you're sick ordering a from the same places the deliver. That's where post mates comes in. Baby is the app that has a delivery option for all your favorite restaurants. Imagine anything you wanna eat.
"mr bush" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"And that's why it's so important that you know, the adviser that you work with has a level of sophistication, you know, the vast majority of financial advisers, don't even have financial planning degrees. They've got designations a few letters pass their name and might be a mutual fund specialist or something like that in there. But it's not a planning designation and rarely do I see a lot of evidence based academic research based. The the level of education that area is is non-existent so often it's just something that I that. I require monks guys. Totally agree. Yeah. Why wouldn't you? I know. I knew you agree. You know? That's what I want. What I wanna do? While I'm here. So, you know in one of the things I find quite often. Looking at a couple of things that I was I was I had a note to myself to to talk about something here Jonathan I was I was thinking about annuities. Okay. Okay. So you guys sold had a lot of annuities. I talk about nude. He's from time to time here. I'm not a real big fan. They're they're getting a lot of press. Lately. The investment industry is pushing hard on them. Because of the fiduciary rule has kind of basically gone by the wayside. So the sales of annuities is increasing shells. You something if clients best interest has to be kept. I with a fiduciary rule and the fiduciary rule is basically thrown in the garbage can and all of a sudden the sale of a certain product starts to go up. Maybe there's correlation going on there. Strong one is a very strong correlation. But you know, here is thinking about this this morning. Why is it in your mind that annuities sell so well with the the older crowd fear the future first of all? There's a my experience in what I see in a lot of times clients walk in one of the first if they've got an annuity. I'll ask him. What what appealed to them about the annuity? You know, how was it sold to them? What questions were asked those kind of things and a lot of it is. Not one hundred percent of the time. But a large majority of the time, it's it's fear driven. You know, they'll ask them what their greatest fear is. What's your greatest fear? Well, my greatest fears. That's obviously if I'm investing my greatest fear is losing all my money running out of money. I'm running out of money. What you know, Mr Bush client? What if I had a way that I could show you that we we could keep that from happening. Right. Right. And then boom into it they go. That's easy. It's easy. It's an easy. So because you know, especially if I'm a client is looking to quote, unquote, leave a legacy. Yeah. Well, we can we can show.
"mr bush" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The US house and was an attorney from Indianapolis Huntington he'd been investigator for the state attorney general and an associate publisher of his family's newspaper. The Huntington herald press. The. An unknown quantity. But he's gotta get known very quickly. The very engaging and. I just think the world. Word. He'll be a wonderful run with them. On their elected. He'll be a great vice president. He's a good team player. All the way, maybe some of the other candidate dole would have been. What? After seventy years. There was another Hoosier vice presidential nominee. Quayle was born in Indiana. He was raised near Phoenix, but returned to the Hoosier safe for high school and Huntington. He graduated from the McKinney school of law with a juris doctor degree, that's remote his wife, Maryland in nineteen eighty he became the youngest person ever elected to the US Senate from Indiana. He was thirty three. So why why did he pick Dan Quayle? I don't know that anyone has that answer Mr Bush AllState history, professor, Nicole, etchison possibilities. It was speculated that having them. Slama breaking pick for eight years. Mr Bush wanted someone who won't be here and quail was young energetic. Awesome is the case. That when Bush Indiana on various tricks vice-president. Very good thing about Senator at the time..
Sully the service dog prepares to embark on a new adventure after Christmas
"Timur here. Sully the service dog remember President Bush had the service dog. Let's find out where he is. Meantime, sully the service dog that assisted former President George Hw Bush has a new mission today the group America's vet dogs welcomed back Salita, Smithtown New York. The two year old lab will be joining the Walter Reed facilities dog program early next year. So they gave support and companionship to Mr Bush until his death on
George H.W. Bush is laid to rest in Texas
"The George H W Bush getting military send-off as he was laid to rest in Texas yesterday with a dramatic military flyover as the casket of the forty first president arrived at his presidential library in college station. Mr Bush was interred next was wife, Barbara, and they're gonna Robin who died at the age of three.
George HW Bush to lie in state in the US Capitol
"The nation's forty first president passed away Friday night at his home in Houston at the age of ninety four his summer home in Kennebunkport, Maine where the locals remember him fondly. I am just so fortunate to know him. The current commander in chief declaring Wednesday a national day of mourning. And President Trump is sending Air Force One to bring the casket carrying the former president to the nation's capital. The president's body will be flown from Houston to Washington DC where he will then a lie in state at the US capitol tomorrow night into all day on Tuesday Wednesday. His state funeral will be held at the National Cathedral. And then it is back to his beloved Texas where his body will lie in repose Wednesday night into Thursday morning at Saint Martin's of Piscopo church in Houston where another funeral service will take place Thursday morning before Mr Bush is finally taken by train up to college station to his presidential library where he will be laid to rest buried next to his beloved, Barbara and his daughter Robin who died from leukemia
George H.W. Bush Dies at 94
"What's happening. Just Dan former President George Hw Bush who spent a lifetime in public service and as the nation's leader scoring the decisive victory of Saddam Hussein. But that'll the faltering economy has died tonight. At the age of ninety four family spokesperson person says Mr Bush shortly after ten pm Friday about eight months after the death of his wife, Barbara Bush. He is survived by five children, including former President, George
Czechs rally against PM on Velvet Revolution anniversary
"Him down in Switzerland. And what he told them was extrordinary last year. He says he was whisked out of the country. My one of Mr Bush's employees and held in Russian occupied Crimea, the going Republican controlled house of representatives has passed a Bill removing legal protection for gray wolves in most American states long despised by farmers and ranchers wolves were effectively eradicated in the nineteen fifties. But since securing protection in the nineteen seventies their presence has increased in some US regions. And they now number some five thousand in. Elemental groups and many Democrats condemned the Bill as a last ditch effort by Republicans to push a pro ranch agenda after losing control of the house in this month's midterm, elections Elvis Presley died more than forty years ago. But he's
Kentucky supermarket murder suspect charged with federal hate crimes
"Opened fire at a Kentucky. Kroger grocery store in Tober killing two people is now facing hate crimes charges. Investigators announced a grand jury returned hate crime charges against Gregory Bush who allegedly shot and killed a black man in a black woman at the Jefferson town Kentucky store on October twenty four th US. Attorney Russell Coleman. We have three federal crimes three federal hate crimes. Three what you would refer to as a federal firearms. Offenses are done crimes. I must emphasize that Mr Bush retains at enjoys. His presumption of innocence their out this these are charges, but this office and the department of Justice will aggressively pursue these six counts. A grand jury returned a six count indictment against the accused shooter, including two counts of shooting and killing people based on race one count of tempting to shoot a victim based on race and three firearm counts based on its Houston supported the previous charges Bush's charged with shooting and killing Vicki Jones and MAURICE dollared during a shooting spree at the store police said that just prior to the killings Kroger grocery Bush was spotted on security footage outside historically black church in Jefferson town after he was unable to get inside. He allegedly went to the on the black people.
As Alberto drenches the Gulf Coast, inland flooding is now the focus
"Storm alberto were still a dangerous depression after making landfall on the gulf coast these folks stuart florida say the storm has been packing quite a punch to hurricane frances genie equal to that wars iran iran into the we've got one little center bathroom and i ran into that cbs's laura podesta says forecasters are now predicting risk of flash flooding as the storm moves over alabama georgia tennessee and the carolinas berto is bringing heavy rain throughout the southeast says it slowly moves inland the system made landfall on the florida panhandle as a subtropical storm bringing violent surf and high winds officials closed beaches but some people were determined not to let the treacherous conditions ruin the memorial day holiday to kind of wait for this for months at a time it's been a really fun morning and surf the storm claimed the lives of two nbc journalists when a tree fell on their suv during storm coverage in north carolina former president george h w bush is currently at a hospital in bedford main cbs's chip reid is there with the latest on the ninety three year olds condition former president bush was brought here with low blood pressure and fatigue and that just might have something to do with the fact that this is a very busy time in the life of a ninety three year old man on saturday mr bush joined fellow veterans at a pancake breakfast to commemorate memorial day just last week he flew here from texas and arrived to a hero's welcome and in april he attended his wife barbara's funeral in texas and developed an infection the next day that put him in the hospital for almost two weeks the bush family spokesman says bush senior is expected to stay in the hospital a few more days for observation and police in methuen arrest a man who made a swift break in through a dunkin donuts drive through window surveillance video shows a man pushing open the dunkin donuts window shortly after midnight sunday he then jumped into the building immediately turned around and hop back through the window he was nabbed a short time later for breaking it entering wbz news time eight eleven chris palmer now in.
President, Jim Mcgrath and Mr Bush discussed on Hugh Hewitt
"A spokesman for george h w bush has a ninety three year old former president is hospitalized after suffering low blood pressure and fatigue spokesman jim mcgrath has tweeted the former president will likely remain hospitalized for a few days mcgrath also says mr bush's awake alert and not at any discomfort the forty first president is undergoing treatment at southern maine healthcare and the town of bedford a hospital spokeswoman says the bush family will release all information regarding mr bush's condition that's correspondent andrew stewart the polish defense minister says he's been talking with us officials about having thousands of american troops permanently stationed as a deterrent in poland poland is concerned for its own and the region security following russia's annexation of the crimean peninsula its support for separatists in eastern ukraine and other steps that are viewed as hostile news and analysis townhall dot com.
Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush taken to hospital in Maine
"Some advice to all computer users from the fbi the agency says people need to reboot their routers to stop russia link malware sophisticated malware system linked to russia has apparently infected hundreds of thousands of internet routers that now whereas reportedly able to block web traffic collect information that passes through home and office routers and disabled the devices entirely the fbi says simply turning the router off waiting about ten seconds and then turning it back on we'll temporarily disrupt the malware if it happens to be there former president george hw bush hospitalized again this time in maine bush spokesman jim mcgrath says mr bush was taken to southern maine healthcare yesterday just south of portland after experiencing fatigue at low blood pressure the former president said to be awake and alert and in no discomfort bush forty one expected to remain in the hospital for a couple of days for observation he was just released from a houston hospital earlier this month where he was receiving treatment for a blood infection a couple of auto races on the day before memorial day as is tradition australian will power the champion of the hundred second running of the indianapolis five hundred and in the nascar event.
President, Bush and Mr Bush discussed on Labor Press' Blue Collar Buzz
"Immigrants have been found near death in a stash house on the texas mexico border during a search law enforcement authorities found thirty nine illegal immigrants who'd been smuggled into the country the temperature inside the home was one hundred fourteen degrees and not enough water for all of them they were hidden in a stash house in eagle pass texas waiting for a ride north from human smugglers special agents arrested one us citizen who is a longtime suspected coyote valley your reporting water authorities say the woman who was beaten and held captive for two days at gunpoint by her boyfriend escaped when she convinced him bring their dogs to an animal hospital then slipped a note to a staff member the daytona beach news journal quotes the sheriff's office as saying thirty nine year old jeremy floyd was arrested at the land animal hospital he is being held without bond of domestic violence and other charges news and analysis at townhall dot com a utah freeway becomes a makeshift runway for a small plane and distressing login plane went underneath an overpass in ogden saturday either before or after landing and collided with a car no injuries were reported vehicle sustained minor damage in the plane also did not appear to be significantly damaged it's not immediately known why the pilot had to make emergency landing on interstate fifteen and there may have been a second person on board the aircraft corresponded rhonda rockstar former president george hw bush hospitalized in maine after he experienced low blood pressure and fatigue just after two pm jim mcgrath a spokesman for the ninety three year old former president said he was awake alert and not any discovered he said that mr bush would spend at least a few days in the hospital for observation a spokeswoman said that all information would be released by the bush family more on these stories at townhall dot com.
George H.W. Bush hospitalized for low blood pressure and fatigue
"Is six nineteen we've got fifty seven degrees and cloudy skies in boston good morning i'm art cohen wbz news our top stories now boston police investigating a fatal hit and run accident and madam penn they're looking for a taxi driver who may have seen the whole thing meantime anyone with information is urged to contact the suffolk county state police detective unit a man take into cape cod hospital after being hit by a car in hyannis yesterday morning was eventually flown to rhode island hospital in providence the man is in stable but critical condition and former president george h w bush was out meeting veterans he attended a pancake breakfasts that at american legion post in kennebunkport maine mr bush arrived in the town last week about a month after his wife barbara passed away well apparently there's a market for vintage gene you've heard of levi's original five oh one button flies well these pretty much are the real deal a pair of one hundred twenty five year old jeans have a new owner somewhere in southeast asia daniel buck auction says an agreement with the buyer prevents it from providing the buyer's name exact location or the exact cost but says that they sold for nearly one hundred thousand dollars same pants failed to sell at auction two years ago they were originally purchased in eighteen ninety three by a storekeeper in what was then the arizona territory and were kept for decades in a trunk daria albinger abc news under if they have patches on them wbz news time six twenty by memorial day there will be hundreds of thousands of american.
Samy, Berlin and Hungary discussed on BBC World Service
"I don't think suspension was extended also this half hour the rolling stones are going on tour again they talked to the bbc about runins with donald trump how samy being a rockstar really tom brady else in my life it's limiting really fifty so it's very close to where existence hello this is kathy clugston with the bbc news fresh protests against israel are expected today in the palestinian territories on the seventieth anniversary of what palestinians call the number or catastrophe you allow nell is in jerusalem there's a very high chance of course of renewed violence particularly along the israel gaza border the funerals of those dozens of people who were killed in the protests have to take place some of them are for children we're told that the baby was also killed after inhaling tear gas and i think after those funerals take place that's going to drive a lot of the mourners back towards the protest comes along the border because anyway today is traditional data of protests in the palestinian calendar it's the day of that catastrophe as they see it and this is when they remember how when the state of israel was created in one thousand nine hundred forty eight hundreds of thousands of palestinians were expelled or fled from their homes on land that became part of this state of israel the taliban have launched a coordinated attack on the province provincial capital of farah in western afghanistan with parts of the city reported to have fallen and people fleeing in panic elia atrophy reports friedberg tower head off the farrah provincial council told the bbc heavy fighting was continuing between the afghan forces and palestine insurgents mr bush tower said i've gone forces stationed there needed immediate support eyewitnesses said the taliban have captured the provincial office of the national security directorate there are also reports that the deputy chief of police has been killed fighting is now ongoing five hundred meters from the police headquarters witnesses also tell of for real panic amongst the people as everyone tries to leave the city the open society foundation funded by the billionaire george soros says it's closing its office in hungary and relocating to berlin the organization which funds civil society project gets blamed its decision on what it called an increasingly repressive political and legal environment in hungary the.
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"Former president george hw bush out of the hospital he had been in the hospital for two weeks fighting infection including time in the icu the former the president had gone into methodist hospital in houston the day after the funeral for his wife barbara spokesman says mr bush is doing well and happy to return home he plans to spend the summer in kennebunkport maine the former president is ninety three last year's contenders for the stanley cup will hit the ice in playoff action tonight again five double header with last year stanley cup finalist and two series knotted up at two games apiece starting in the nation's capital as the pittsburgh penguins look to inch closer in their quest for a three peat as they take on the washington capitals depends back on the road after a three to one win at home puck drops a capital one arena at seven pm eastern fox's matt napolitano later on the nashville predators will take on the winnipeg jets in nashville that game set for nine thirty eastern today's the run for the roses at churchill downs in kentucky a field of twenty s competing in the one.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway buys 75M more Apple shares, sells off IBM
"The oracle of omaha speaks investors listen and it led to a rally to end the week the dow closed up three hundred thirty points the nasdaq up one twelve and the sp thirty one on the plus side apple stocks rose three and a half percent after warren buffett said his berkshire hathaway company bought another seventy five million shares of the company stock apple is up twelve and a half percent for the week a solid earnings report also contributing to the gain that kim's berkshire more than two hundred forty million shares altogether and pushed its stock price up by more than one and a half percent alphabet the parent company of google and cisco systems both up around two percent employer stepped up hiring modestly in april adding just over one hundred sixty thousand jobs that was enough to push unemployment nationally below four percent for the first time since the year two thousand down to three point nine percent average hourly earnings rose two point six percent from a year ago in line with economists expectations daria albinger abc news former president george h w bush released from texas hospital as we hear from abc's alec stone it was early last week when former president george h w bush was hospitalized shortly after barbara bush's funeral the forty first president battling a blood infection the ninety three year old was in the icu for a time now family spokesman saying president bush has been discharged from methodist hospital in houston we're told mr bush is doing well and he's happy to return home alex stone abc news iowa governor kim reynolds has signed the most restrictive abortion law in the nation is determined when the heart stops beating then doesn't a beating heart.