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Father Frank Pavone, Director of Priests for Life, on Bernard Nathanson's 'Pro-Choice' Strategy

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Father Frank Pavone, Director of Priests for Life, on Bernard Nathanson's 'Pro-Choice' Strategy

"Welcome back to one on one, with the national director, the priest for life. Can we stop a little and so that you know my background I've spent decades teaching the military when you look at a threat you do an estimate of the situation. You take a snapshot of the environment and you say, okay, what are their strengths? What are our strengths? What are their weaknesses? What are our weaknesses? How do we defeat the threat? Will you discuss a little bit this strategy for the Catholics? This Bernard nathanson the industry of mass murder which is abortion. What was, can you tell us what was so effective about their approach and their plan? You said they caught the Catholic Church snoozing. What was the narrative that they sold? It was, you know, we hear the word choice, but it was a little bit more sophisticated than that. Yes, yes, well, he did craft this term pro choice. He says, let's not say we're pro abortion. Let's say we're pro choice. But more specifically, he said, let's say, let's say to the media that the Catholics don't agree with what the hierarchy is saying about abortion. Let's create this division. And let's make it appear as though those who do agree with the church's teaching on abortion are they're out of touch, they're old fashioned, they're against women. They're in the minority. And they literally began inventing polls, inventing statistics. And because they had sold as it's still true today, they had so many friends in the media, they just they just took it and ran with it. Nobody questioned it. And that's where that's where they succeeded. And you create this rift and paint the opposition to abortion as just a religious issue. Some of them still try to do that today. Although it's harder to do it today because of the advances in science.

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"national director" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"national director" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

"Actively involved in. Move on. well you've got to go online so you become a member. I with new of gong to at you become a member for a for a few months. That ultimate self because at that stage it was a guy that was. He was a national dairy. I'm a spokeswoman email him we had the jets now disruption to do when you becoming at the over mystic adult wing of the this colts minju Obviously have to pay it. Once you've finished goes.

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"national director" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"national director" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

"Series. Today is an interview with mr lee stratum from south africa now. The full disclosure view was done in january twenty twenty before all of this covered bullshit started and even before we had officially given birth to zander and stone. Podcast nine months later. Mr lee straight is mu funds national director for investigations in south africa. The rest of africa middle east and parts of europe mr stray don lee. Thank you so much for making yourself available. Could often and thank you for having me given a little brief introduction. But could you tell us just exactly what is move on while move fund by skew. Mutual quick is an american based nonprofit organization and non governmental organization Coming to be in the nineteen sixty nine now that if you recall project blue book back in the day or something sixty nine. That's when they ended the official project. Google filing all race of its and this is when a mutual fund Today was originally cool Midwest's you find that quick. And that quick change because midwest america and that china very quickly because it became a worldwide phenomenon said that the i'm not telling me how did you get involved in move going to involve basically because at beckon my youth and on came back five six years old my family's always been involved in the supernatural that scene with wonderful things and as a child a few of your take on what parents and grandparents and things i think can see an often since then i've been involved in my interest as being since days and so as not to say that you've personally had experiences with a ufo so uap's in the pasta when you're younger Closely no ma. The funny thing is mom. Mom was the one that actually had many many visitations. When i was about six seven years old she kept telling me about these. Finding looking creatures at usa visit to when she was young. I'm i'm we. I'm back coming. She's now in a sixty The fifties these things visiting her Achieves says she has these weird dreams that these little creatures Three feet with kids and big odd drag around outside and the renault that actually those were the grace shooting eastern six while that is fascinating. I mean is that to say that your mom has now become one of the cases. That you've been studying as part of your. Your role is the national director of fun in south africa. This i have. I have been studying the cases what actually offered to do extra start writing a book short so in plenty of experiences end that it's a fifty fifty that she's hits from a young child. Talk today exactly. What is it that you do when you're going about investigating. What information are you looking for. How do you go about that. Investigation or so. Basically the first thing that happens of. I'm going to leave my moment of the first one win win. Signed up with new fun. what they do. Is the socks go through to. The website would show probably austin a little bit later. When the socking main get submitted they submitted to this specific country. That's the sad thing is involved. I will then if it's in a field investigates which carton it'd be can continue the reason why that is on the one that kind of deals with the emails that come through our contact the witness and we will discuss whether it's through tiff. I'm cold weather. It's through an email or whether it's if it's close i will visit. Then we will contact them within twenty four hours and we will then go through. It looks of the issue is a lot of the stockings man. Mac is a lot of. There's a lot of stuff. It's the gaas seen election the scottish moving from wolf across to the south. And you know there's a lot some some of the things unfortunately that come through the move on sample comments okay. Rate is something. That's and how is it that you determine whether or not it's manmade or whether whether it's something i'm identified is that do you have a record of all the satellites of the passing of it. What is it that. What is it that you're looking for whether it's a credible one or something that might not have an actual identified element to it. Well look at the descriptions at the people normally fill out a phone of finance on on the roof on to when you reporting you things that look for. For example luck anomalous movements said moves in one trajectory. And it stays in that withers most east-west whichever way this museum one continuous patent and it moves with one continuous. You might have said lots of a little quick some little bit slower some a little bit closer to earth some little bit further up the journey half the have a movements that so moving across from once ought to the other side set when you start hearing things way doing z. Exact shapes or shot straight up dropped in moved to the left of the then. You start eating with anomalous movements and then you start having this era phenomenon which is the piece. Okay not just going back to something you said earlier. You said that you'll you'll explain it. But why the the on enfield investigators in south africa that immediately piqued my interest. Why is that because in the solar okay off head. A lot of interest from people that have asked to be fueled investigators. I'm one of these people while. I'm not going to decide to go to refund. Spend the money. Become a fuel investigate Enough literally assaulting a month if it and ottawa people wasting money so what i've done is actually opened up a a what set group so that forgotten currency they think it's twelve of us so all the gaza that austin five interested in any of the field investigation work often joining the Discuss things between us and Can talk about it. They showed videos said kind of done. That's okay and just i mean how frequent sightings in south africa understand. Obviously i've looked on the move on website. And i think i've seen a total of eight hundred eighty six different sightings i think is the number i counted. How how often do you do you get sightings in south africa often or even if they're not legitimate sightings even if it's maybe like you say a satellite or something. How often are they reported. Yeah it's not. it's not a lunch. And this is the reason why this fuelling biscuit into that. Forget as by sixteen sure sure and when he sightings reported that one that you get a month i mean. Do you find the coming from specific areas of south africa. Did they seem to cluster in certain places or they coming from sort of all over the country and they is a slack tendency for all the scientists to come from dancer and being from time. I think i understand why it is called the cape of dope for reason. It's if we had to work it. Out percentage wise public found out. Say maybe forty percents coming from cape tom about city from jug and the race from maybe because it in reclining races places said yeah. Okay then going back to when you first got involved in move on and and the steps that you took to become not just a national director but just to become a field investigator. What type of training. And what type of steps do you go through to be able to become.

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Unions threaten work stoppages amid calls for racial justice

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Unions threaten work stoppages amid calls for racial justice

"In a statement for shared with The Associated Press, labor leaders signaled a willingness to escalate tactics. Toe force lawmakers to take action on police reform and systematic racism. Working families. Party national director Maurice Mitchell says economic and racial justice are linked. Labor unions are recognizing That the power of their labor work stoppages and strikes have a role in the Social justice movement, and this is an escalation. This is both an escalation and a historic historic show of Solidarity, says decision makers need to take notice. If I was one of them. I would be really concerned I would be even scared, Mitchell says. This opens a new front in the fight for racial justice.

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"national director" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:30 min | 1 year ago

"national director" Discussed on AP News

"I head of Labor Day unions representing millions across several working class actors are threatening to authorize work stoppages in support of the black lives matter movement amid calls for concrete measures that address racial injustice in a statement first shared with the Associated Press labour leader signaled a willingness to escalate tactics to force lawmakers to take action on police reform and systematic racism working families party national director Maurice Mitchell says economic and racial justice are linked to labor unions are recognizing that the power of their labor work stoppages and strikes have a role in the social justice movement and this is the escalation this is both an escalation and a historic historic show solidarity says decision makers need to take notice if I was one of them I would be really concerned I would be even scared Mitchell says this opens a new front in the fight for racial justice Julie Walker New York

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Unions threaten work stoppages amid calls for racial justice

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Unions threaten work stoppages amid calls for racial justice

"I head of Labor Day unions representing millions across several working class actors are threatening to authorize work stoppages in support of the black lives matter movement amid calls for concrete measures that address racial injustice in a statement first shared with the Associated Press labour leader signaled a willingness to escalate tactics to force lawmakers to take action on police reform and systematic racism working families party national director Maurice Mitchell says economic and racial justice are linked to labor unions are recognizing that the power of their labor work stoppages and strikes have a role in the social justice movement and this is the escalation this is both an escalation and a historic historic show solidarity says decision makers need to take notice if I was one of them I would be really concerned I would be even scared Mitchell says this opens a new front in the fight for racial justice Julie Walker New York

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Who Is Activist, Ella Baker

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:57 min | 1 year ago

Who Is Activist, Ella Baker

"From Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny. Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will Manica. Very. Excited to present our. September. This month we're talking about activists. Women who stood up and fought against injustice and for a better world today, we're talking about a woman who doesn't often receive the recognition she deserves for her behind the scenes activism. As a prolific activist, she had a hand in society changing work major civil rights leaders turned to her for her organizational skills. Let's talk about Ella Josephine Baker. Sisters in the struggle for human dignity and freedom. I am here to represent. The struggle that has gone on for three hundred years. Ella Baker was born on December thirteenth nineteen o three in Norfolk Virginia. She grew up in North Carolina on the very same land where her grandparents were enslaved a few decades earlier. Ella's mother was part of the Local Missionary Association. She helped feed their hungry neighbors and encouraged women to be a force for positive change this activism and kindness stuck with Allah. Ellis studied at Shaw University in Raleigh North Carolina and graduated as Class Valedictorian nineteen twenty seven shortly after she moved to New York City in Nineteen thirty ELA joined several women's organizations and served as national director of the Young Negroes Cooperative League that organization focused on supporting the economic development of the black community in nineteen forty Ella started working as a field secretary for the N. Double A. C., p. she moved up to work as director of branches after just three years. She later also served as the president of the New York. City branch. Then in Nineteen fifty-six, Ella Co created the organization in French. Which bought the oppressive Jim Crow laws in the south. The following year a move to Atlanta to help with Martin Luther King Junior's Organization the southern Christian Leadership Conference. At that time, the SC L. C. was a brand new venture. It was created after successes like the Montgomery bus boycott black leaders including Martin Luther. King Junior created the organization to assemble more boycotts and. Throughout the south. But for the venture to be successful, it would take a masterful organizer while Martin Luther King Junior took the reins as the SEC's public figurehead Ella worked behind the scenes setting the organization's agenda and framing the issues. She organized the crusade for citizenship a campaign to support voting rights. For African Americans, she also helped Rodney Atlanta s ELC headquarters and even served as a temporary director for several months after the resignation of the previous office holder, Ellis desire to focus on the issues and to have influence over the. Direction often clashed with the group's main. Right, as ellos considering resigning in nineteen sixty radical act of civil disobedience inspired her to take a new direction on February first black college students in Greensboro. North Carolina where I'm from refused to leave a lunch counter. Worth's where they'd been denied service for Joseph McNeil Franklin McCain and their to college dorm mates that time was February first one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty. The day they walked into a Greensboro. Woolworth's and sat down at the segregated lunch counter. Ella wrote a letter that encourage students across the south to join forces and take similar acts of protest. She also organized a meeting at Shaw University for the students who spearheaded the citizens from those meetings, the student nonviolent coordinating committee or Snick was created. snick would have a profound impact on the civil rights movement. Ella encourage snack to focus on practicing group centered activism rather than leader centered activism in contrast to the SE L. C.'s leadership style with Mlk at the forefront. Under, this method, of Leadership Snick ran many successful initiatives including the nineteen sixty one freedom rides and the nineteen sixty, four freedom summer and Mississippi L. continued her activism through the sixties. She was also a consultant for the Southern Conference Education Fund and organize the Mississippi Freedom Democratic. Party she later returned to New York City and continued her work until she passed away on. December thirteenth nineteen eighty six. She was eighty three years old. Ella Baker was an incredible driving force behind much of the public civil rights work. We learn about in school while she never sought the spotlight she was committed to improving life for future generations

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White House Dismisses Reports of Bounties, but Is Silent on Russia

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

03:09 min | 1 year ago

White House Dismisses Reports of Bounties, but Is Silent on Russia

"The white. House is still trying to grapple with reports that Russia paid bounties to taliban-linked militants to kill U, S and coalition forces in Afghanistan and that the president was told about the plot months ago tonight. The Washington Post says trump has no plans for an immediate response because he quote does not believe the reports. Reports are true or actionable. According to two senior administration officials this morning on social media, trump again dismissed the issue calling it quote just another made up by fake news tale that is told only to damage me and the Republican Party just another hoax hours later, the praise the president made his first public comments about the Intel echoing his administration's lied about not having been briefed because the information had not been verified. We never heard about it because intelligence never found it to be. Of the of that a level where it would rise to that I'm sure I don't see many things that they don't think rose to the occasion. This didn't rise to the occasion and from what I hear. And I hear it pretty good. The intelligence people didn't even many of them didn't believe it happened at all. I think it's a hoax. I think it's a hoax by the newspapers and the Democrats. This was something that never got presented to me and they know that never got presented because it didn't rise to that level. Trump's national security advisor and press secretary offered reports. The slightly different take on why trump wasn't informed about. The Intel appeared to focus on one unnamed Diana staffer. The person decided. Early on whether the president should be briefed on this in the Oval in the oval tells briefing was his career senior career civil servant. Officer I and she made that decision because she didn't have confidence in the intelligence that came up and we had this. Ron Telling we started an interagency process to look at options so that if the if the intelligence turned out to be verified, if it could be corroborated, then we'd have options to go to the president with it was a career. CIA officer with more than thirty years a tenure who made the decision not to brief up in the national security adviser agreed with that decision. That was the right decision to make at this moment as I speak to you, it is still unverified. Today the Senate intelligence. Committee became the latest group of lawmakers to get a briefing on the from the administration on the bounty plot. A new report in politico says quote. Top White House officials confirmed lawmakers this week that the Russian bounty intelligence was included in trump's dealing written brief in late February Capitol Hill. Sources say even though it had not been briefed to the president orally by that point, the article does not. Not Specify which lawmakers received this information. The gang of eight members of Congress who the administration usually keeps in the loop on critical national security matters are still hoping to get their own briefing from the director of the CIA the Director of the National Director of National Intelligence and the head of the National Security Agency that meeting had been scheduled to take place today, but this morning it was postponed until tomorrow.

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"national director" Discussed on Citizen Reformers

Citizen Reformers

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"national director" Discussed on Citizen Reformers

"Slash resources are actually on the about tab as well. But our website is wolf happen AC dot com you can also go to. Another scholar that's been misquoted as Scalia, Justice Scalia you can go to wolf dash back dot com slash. Scalia And read hit the full context of his positions on a convention he wants us to use he knows the difference between an open convention in a limited one that we're calling for. And you know he is actually quoted as saying people who think that the commission is not safety us our alarmist any wants us to use the convention responsibly on any issue like this he was one of the most burst people probably the country back in the seven he you know he was invited to a debate that you can see the videos linked website but. Laurence tribe again, totally taken out of context by common cause they say that his questions about a convention overriding desire to ever have one completely not true at the same convention that he was quoted as saying that he says, just because I don't know all of the answers to all of the questions around convention does not mean I would be opposed to ever having one. That's why it made it very clear that I don't take that view. He literally said that at the same convention that common cause quotes him as saying the opposite. So we're fighting a propaganda battle is no other way to say it. And the facts are on our side history is on our side soon, both laid American people in a state governments will be on our side and we're GonNa get this problem selves. But Michael if I can let me just read to you just a couple of the conclusions, very short conclusions from some of these reports right Gal go for it. So this is from the US Department of Justice Office of legal policy. This is from the conclusion of their you know seventy plus page report about the convention process. We are convinced that Article Five was designed to permit limited conventions and that a variety of legal and political means are available to help to enforce such limits. That's the Oj and there's many more I can I can follow up with your audience and give you some links if you want. But another one, this is from the American Bar Association our two year study. Of the subject has led us to conclude that a national constitutional convention can be channeled. So as not to be a radical force, but rather an orderly mechanism affecting constitutional change when circumstances require its use, the charge of radicalism does a disservice to the ability of the states and people to act responsibly when dealing with the constitution. K. One more. This is from the US Senate Judiciary Committee you've done your homework Mike thanks. Yeah make a very compelling case. Well we have. We get it out more but that's what's so frustrating for us to hear the misinformation just repeated by state legislators admit it was repeating repeated on the House floor of. Tennessee just. So it's it's a battle that we're fighting but that's why we appreciate To come on and make our case, you know on platforms gears. So okay. Well, let me read. It can't just read one more. It's a short one. This is from the US Senate Judiciary Committee report to the ninetieth Congress because they against studied the convention process in detail. The framers did not provide an unchecked ran of power to a convention. Every amendment proposed would be subject to the same conditions faced by those proposed by Congress the notion of a runaway convention succeeding in many in the constitution and a manner opposed by the American people is not merely remote it is impossible. So again Azzawi faxing it. It's that's the US Congress looking at this very well, Mike it thank you for that. That's really helpful and just to remind our listeners that they can find a lot of this material on your website Wolf Dash Pack Dot Com so that's good to know I guess I'd like to come at this from a somewhat different angle

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"national director" Discussed on Citizen Reformers

Citizen Reformers

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"national director" Discussed on Citizen Reformers

"Want them to for keeping dark money out of our state. So we're GONNA ignore them and the Supreme Court, destroyed up. They wouldn't even hear their case a said, no, we've already ruled on this and worthy ultimate law of the land here. So that's it. You know case close. So that's not going to change their opinion is not gonNA change on this anytime soon. So for waiting around for new Supreme Court to change their opinion, it's just not going to happen. Not In our lifetime most likely so and we just don't have time to wait on them. And secondly, Congress right. They could propose an amendment on this issue. In fact they have they've proposed several different versions of amendments that could seek to address this problem, but it's never made it out of Congress. It's never gotten the two thirds necessary. To propose it to the states. So that brings me to wolfback split if you want to dive into that but there are only two ways to propose constitutional amendments and were going with the option that that goes to the state governments rather than. Congress. I do want to come back to that in more detail. But I guess what I've seen in a number of polls it indicates that really the American people are behind you Mike Seventy, five percent of the American people are in favor of a constitutional amendment overturn citizens, United Democrats, Republicans independents alike, are you finding that same level of bipartisan or multi partisan support for a convention? Yes, we are. We have demonstrated a very strong ability to garner strong bipartisan support. We have champions on both sides of the aisles. We actually just had a republican sponsor in Tennessee bring our legislation to introduce it into the State House. And fight, for us, through two committees. We just had a floor vote yesterday actually in the House of Tennessee. And we didn't pass. That's because of the fear of the convention more. It is more than the issue which we can get into to unfounded year but the issue itself without a doubt extremely bipartisan you know this is not left to right. This is an American issue. We talked to voters a lot in one of our strategies is just calling or going door to door speaking voters about this issue and asking them or they stand on her and it. You know if you go into a more conservative leaning district or in progressive leaning district, we get the same response from people. Yeah. Washington DC is a disaster. Please do everything you can fixed. That's usually response from people. Why don't you elaborate then on the to various forms that you started to talk about and I'm sorry, I kind of interrupted you. So when you look at this problem and you determine that we do need a constitutional amendment to solve it , like I said to go above Congress, to go above the Supreme Court to solve it for generations and be able to protect state level legislation. Then, it's a fairly simple equation, right? A ccording to the US. Constitution in Article Five. it offers two ways to propose amendments. In one of those ways, two- thirds of Congress can propose an amendment. The other way is that two-thirds of the States can apply for a convention to be able to propose an amendment. Now the most important thing to understand about how that's written. Is that either way, Congress or the states, we're only talking about proposing. So any amendment proposed by Congress or through the states if they came together at a convention, still needs to be approved by three- quarters of our states afterwards. So that seventy- five percent of our state governments.n eed to approve any amendment no matter who proposes it. What We're really talking about here is do we trust Congress to write an amendment on this issue of campaign finance reform or do we trust the states to come together to discuss write and an amendment that again is going to be proposed out to the states for ratification? So for us, it's a very simple answer. It's an easy answer and it is the states. State legislators are far more responsive to the people. They'll take meetings with us. They will take phone calls, they'll get back to us. They'll hear us out. They understand that Congress might be incapable of fixing this problem themselves. And even people in Congress want this problem solved. This is something that nearly everybody in the country agrees on. The thing is, members of Congress are trapped in the system, right? So they don't want to spend up to seventy percent of their time raising money. Right now, they have to literally go across the street and dial for dollars for most of their time or a good portion of the time rather than representing people. T hey don't want to do that. So it's up to the state governments to free them from that horrible system that they're trapped in. Congress people after they've left office go on podcasts or "60 Minutes" and they talk about how much they love representing the people but how much they hated raising money. I t's a common theme and they can't talk about it when they're in office because their campaign funds could dry out. So they're stuck. But they talked about it as being tortured. Having to raise that much money and you know who they're calling to ask for money isn't us average Americans. You know it's those Big Money special interests that can afford to donate to the campaign. S o we're talking about expanding Americans' voice in our government. Restoring some sort of self governance. That's the whole point.   or Mike over our country's history there's been twenty seven amendments to the Constitution thus far have any of them been put forward through the article five convention process. So we've never actually gotten all the way to having a convention called under Article Five Butts if important historical note is that the majority of US Constitutional Amendments have included convention campaign from the states, and that goes all the way back to the very beginning that deliveries congress initially was not willing to propose them. So New, York in Virginia called for a convention to be able to propose them. Now, that might not seem like many states but actually back, then it was twenty percent of the states and today you know what we've done is we've got fifteen percent of the state's. Asking for this. Convention and Campaign Finance Reform. So. There is precedence for using it as a strategy to pressure Congress into action and two more examples I'll give you. Is Early nineteen hundreds of people wanted to be able to elect US senators directly. Are they used to be appointed by state legislatures and it was seen as corruption barry over corruption right like bags of cash used to get at the state houses. And the American people looked at US Senate as millionaires club and I hated it. So what they did was they used every tool. If they had at their disposal, they did protests, they did ballot referendums. They. Petitions, they did local legislation. They did state resolutions asking Congress to propose amendments for the direct election of senators. It was all important and that's actually all happening right now by the way around campaign finance reform. But. It really wasn't until the states came in and started applying for a convention one by one. For direct of senators in. Congress finally reacted in proposed amendment out to the states and by the way they got. All the way to just one St shot of the two-thirds needed to force a convention on that top. In Congress finally acted. So that's a really peril example to what we're experiencing today. With how Congress people get into power. In other, there are some things that. They may not be capable of fixing without enough pressure. Like, the way they got department, right? So, another example is in the eighties and by the way, this is stuff is all in peer reviewed reports I'm telling you right now this is not me saying it or we'll pack the Department of Justice has researched the convention process very thoroughly but up several reports went under Jimmy Carter one under

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"national director" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"national director" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Community efforts and ABC's Erica Turkey spoke to G. to brown the national director of the journey for justice alliance in Chicago about why these disparities exist and why he says people are getting turned away from hospitals why is this virus hitting communities of color so hard you know the cold the crisis just unveils actors that we've experienced really for decades in this country which has been the sabotage about basic quality of life institutions food production and delivery systems healthcare education housing economic development so those things that many Americans take for granted we often have to fight and scratch for so this crisis we exposes our country's lack of willingness to address these issues how did that play out where you are in Chicago well you can't really hit we started C. death spiral around the country is Chicago what we are today we're only thirty percent of the population we do seventy percent of deaths and while this is happening any of our our hospitals world brick of closures such as mercy hospital we've already lost Michael Reese hospital in virtually every other hospital in the black community has been starved to the point of really minimum capacity what what does that mean when V. R. in many of our people who have pre existing conditions we go to the hospital was sent back home right I have family I have a family member who are we sit back home from the emergency room three taps and that what's causing these gaps and disparities well you know this African proverb this is true the step with this complicated is a lot and I think at some point we have to realize that America has never dealt with okay which is a baseless hatred for black brown indigenous spam institutional racism is the reason institutional racism is at play so people want to say that black people are getting too cold because we are not listed right a lot of nori well why families that are storming the state capitol in Michigan protest all over the country and they're not social distancing we are getting cold feet because we don't have health we are getting cold because we're going to the hospital innocent in this home it's not big at the federal level at the local level what we must have from people is the first thing you military I understand that you are not better than that mother who's a high school graduate who works at Walmart that that mobile is working just as hard as you can make a future for her baby this week more clues highlighting both the uncertainties of cold at nineteen and the promises of ways to beat it a new study from Emory University on antibodies could shed some light on covert nineteen immunity ABC's eva pilgrim has more potential scientific breakthrough a study of hospitalized patients finding nearly all with the virus had some sort of immunity Emory University researchers finding a specific virus neutralizing antibody in patients within six days of testing positive for covert nineteen by finding that key interbody scientists say it will help them create a better test in vaccine one unknown how long does the protection last but questions about the reliability of some of the crucial antibody test on the market at its peak there were a hundred seventy different ones most without FDA emergency use authorization I first took a test on may first and it came back negative for antibodies the results came with this notification this test has not been reviewed by the FDA negative results do not rule out a covert infection positive results could also be due to past or present infection with non cobit corona virus strains but there were more reports of the inflammatory illness in children the sling to covert nineteen hundreds of cases of multi system inflammatory syndrome in children reported in at least twenty one states ABC's Stephanie Ramos reports symptoms include fever stomach pain red irritated eyes and swollen lymph nodes but while cases rise the World Health Organization making this claim from what we know now that children are inescapable.

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Predicted drops in the DOW as a result of all-out oil price war adding to coronavirus stress

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:08 min | 2 years ago

Predicted drops in the DOW as a result of all-out oil price war adding to coronavirus stress

"An all out price war in the oil patch Saudi Arabia announcing plans to boost output next month to well above ten million barrels a day it's a feud with Russia and it's created a twenty percent drop in the WTI were trading right at thirty three dollars a barrel if you look at the market for the futures on the American that would be the Dow the S. and P. and the nasdaq one hundred those contracts are old weaker by about four point two percent or more we're seeing move into the end here at one oh seven zero five that to gain against the dollar of about one point three percent and the Nikkei is down four point six percent energy within the Nikkei two twenty five as a group is down nearly nine percent now on the subject of the corona virus here in the states the notion of the scope of the outbreak is not encouraging we had comments from Anthony Fauci over the weekend he's the national director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious disease meantime the Italian government ordered a virtual lock down across much of the northern part of the T.

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23rd International Meeting of National Mine Action

UN News

13:21 min | 2 years ago

23rd International Meeting of National Mine Action

"So here we are at the urine stool in Geneva and we are speaking about the twenty thousand International Meeting of Mine Action National Directors and United Nations advisors so basically basically unmastered say the United Nations Mine Action Service in addition to Sarah Jerry. He's a researcher. From King's College in London has been looking at research approach into on the link between climate change and vulnerable populations affected by unexploded ordinance stuck in the ground and elsewhere. Welcome everybody body. I'm going to just dive in quickly. Going to Richard Baltimore's Program Manager for South Sudan with unmasks wretched. Tell me the main thrust of the meeting being here at the United Nations in Geneva what you can to achieve this week well simply putting the importance of mine action back on the map. Reminding people there's a problem exists exists around the world that is being addressed but it needs constant support to keep his going a mine-free world is achievable. We simply need to keep doing what we're doing. Just talk me through what the process. Who says you go into a community in south Sudan? Can you give me a particular example of an area is cleared recently. How you've held community? We're helping hundreds of communities Aziz every single day we're going into villages where mines were laid possibly thirty or forty years ago wet forests have grown up around them. People wonder into those forests in search of natural resources to cut wood together the forest vegetables and plan selves up working to render the ground safe and the the the reality is the poorest of the poor go into minefields knowing they all taking a risk. Studying Cambodia showed eighty five percent of mine victims victims. New they're in a minefield at the time. They had their accident but they also knew they were going to be hungry at night. So they take the wrist to go and get it and not not. de-mining is not an option. People will still take the risk and go into the minefields. We need clear those minds to make the land safe. Just start with a level playing field being out to grow awesome food. It is astonishing it comes down to having to live from day to day and Edwin fake money. If I can come to you know you were in Cambodia. Do you share richards. Experience experience. There is that what you were finding radio program officer unless now but you were working for a long time with U. N. D. P. The UN Development Program. Yes you actually see that people take risks risks. When they're hungry they will try to the forest to find food if they have piece of land contaminated? They will try to farm it so that they can grow the rice. It's basically subsistence isn't farming for everything there. And if they contact us the land and they will take measures to go in and see if they can actually get food. What's your message to the conference? Is this week. There is a need for us to address this theory's hope for example specifically for Kamalia. Two hundred twenty five is a goal for them. It can be achieved there to clear. All of known remaining landmines by twenty twenty-five how many we talking about. It's there still about nine hundred square kilometers of land mines but it was like a lot. I mean look look and you say twenty. twenty-five it is a lot but the government has actually committed themselves. You know Wait I left Komodo last year. They committed themselves that they will give ten percents counterpart funding to any international funds. Subtle coming for Mine Action and you be assumed that in the sense that last year we got ten percent of those about about two hundred thousand dollars last year from the Komo government which is a first big step for them taking responsibility for the problem that they have so there is progress and hopefully by two thousand twenty five and quickly back to Richard. You said that South Sudan continues to be contaminated by mines laid out decades ago but their goal is twenty twenty. He's seven four title Clearance Twenty Twenty Six if the current peace can hold if we can get access to all areas then. It's reasonable with current levels of funding as long as that maintained that we we will complete clearance by Twenty Twenty Six but ordinance will continue to appear for decades. There is still ordinance turning up across Western Europe that was fought over a hundred two years ago. Being ploughed up in the fields of Belgium reality of any conflict affected country but in the short term you need sustained funding to help South Sudan Dan. As many other countries need to decontaminate. You cannot come quickly to use Aruna Jerry from King's College London research only be looking at the link between climate the change and unexploded ordinance or nine months contamination. Can you tell me a bit about what you felt. I've been looking specifically at the conflict context. I've been looking at mine. Action in how they interrelate from post conflict peacebuilding framework and the climate. He's something that I've come into recently looking at how that is adding the levels. Abelson wonder ability because I was in Angola in September doing some work where they went national saint for Humanitarian De Mining on a research project. Nick and what we saw there was that once fields are cleared that the farmers there are grateful because clear and provide quite a lot of land. And what they're doing is resorting to the cotton slash methods of cultivation now. What that does the environment is? Just at the the time the fires in the Amazon on but in Angola there was second highest fires when the satellite team. It is dance so while we can clear and and the farmers were saying yes but the drought has impacted so yes. The farm has been returned to the farmers. But there are other you know beyond the mine in action and my take into that is can we incorporate as a sector. Can we bringing other lessons for these people when we out there with them saying once we've cleared the farm may be a certain sense of responsibility in the ways. We cultivate and all so integrating being innovative in our practice to dealing with communities to reduce their ability interesting. So what you're calling for really is for broader approach to helping communities once the areas made safe. So I don't know maybe I could turn to you. Seddon Threat Mitigation Officer with the Mine Action Service so he didn't a lot of work into be at the moment. I don't know how house access you have there. Because we've had talks recently here in Geneva for ongoing between opposing parties fighting outside Tripoli to the South how are you UH helping communities get safer and be free of this sort of scourge that must induce mentality among populations yes. There are two real issues to addressed. ICED firstly is that Libya has the world's largest uncontrolled ammunition stop palm. It is estimated that there were between one hundred fifty thousand two hundred thousand tonnes of uncontrolled control munitions across Libya. Also what we've seen recently in the fighting which broke out in southern Tripoli in April of last year is the expenditure ordinance and the threat posed by explosive remnants of war as increased and sadly many of the areas that were previously cleared of you exit have now been reconsolidated as a result. The current fighting some specific concerns that we've got amendment relates to some of the more complex munitions that The Libyan's require assistance to dispose off. And the previous Qaddafi regime for example bolts some quite complex missile systems that use talks ick propellants and these toxic propellants pose a very considerable threat to the environment went and also to the Libyan people which live close proximity to their storage depots so one of the projects that are mass. Lear initiated with support from the German government his to safely dispose of some of these very hazardous liquid propellants in Libya. Thank you Bob for that. Now I'm going to turn to leave because you're the Global Communications Honcho Four. Unless you could tell me how many countries on Mrs Operating in I'm what stays sort of information sharing between those officers who are involved in making community safe and and maybe what are the new ways that we using computers not officially intelligence to help us improve decontamination. Everywhere yeah the United Nations by action service we of nineteen programs in countries and territories around the world the UN as a whole is a little bit over thirty so the UN is. We're mine action. United Nations mine. Action has the Inter Agency Coordination Group for Mine Action which we helped to service and facilitate and that's really is an information exchange so and this meeting that we're at this week in Geneva Leyva where we have the national directors from all over the world from every mine affected country. I'm comes in. That's a big part of it is to share lessons learned best practices and the technology which is very important specifically with with improvised explosive devices. I mean we've been working for years in Afghanistan. We've seen a lot of devices that were used in Afghanistan that show up in other conflict zones specifically today's in Somalia we've seen stuff in Iraq. There's an innovation there. There's obviously on the dark web. People have access to figure out WHO's building. What and how are they building yet? What type of charges etc.? So you have to stay alert and you have to be following that. Obviously that's not something terribly new military out there in the world The United Nations. We don't don't particularly do intelligence service things but we are starting a database now in order to try to bring in academics and the governments that want to share that information in order that we make our people on the ground safer so that people would have some type of place to go to look at the type of devices I see they can do photos of directly and put it up in this database and then people can look at it from other parts of the world and say immediately. I've seen that. Don't touch that wire. I mean if you WanNa get it simple or this is probably how it is or the or the charter is going to be. You know. Two hundred meters. There's away or is that kind of thing and somebody mentioned earlier today when we were speaking about infrared Is that you know the technologies that exist out there. They are extremely deadly. It's a little bit different than a landmine. I'm where you're just using a metal detector and you're going along and something beeps and you're saying okay is that you know a pop top or is that something more dangerous when you deal with. ID's there three hundred sixty degrees so you don't know where they are And I mean there was just an attack recently in Afghanistan for example where somebody stuck a charge on the top of the roof of a car which killed the UN employees it was UNDP and that's an example of something which smit this new database that's going to be soft launch today at this is meeting with look into. So what specs do you need for your car roofs when the UN by vehicles because that's obviously a weakness right when a car sitting in traffic and somebody puts a bomb on the roof of of it and nobody thought about that but there are ways to know if there's devices on a car magnetic sensors that tell you. Something's been added this car and that's the kind of stuff that we need to know. The the United Nations need in order to keep all personnel. And all NGOs safe. It is frightening. You could be totally paranoid radio studio. They want to step foot outside. Because it's you know I've read the English patient I've read the some of the mindset of somebody who's laying mines encounters and things. I think my goodness this is just extraordinarily frightening writing and terrifying. And I'm Bob you're saying earlier the the threat of mines is not going away. Sadly the very effective asymmetric form of Attack Jack and the effectiveness of the ID as technology level is now very much understood by. The extremists are employing days. I mean sadly that knowledge is now the Leah's mentioned the information is disseminated now across the Internet. It is relatively easy now for people with no previous experience or training to acquire The knowledge from the web to make homemade explosives and to build quite sophisticated audience systems from scratch. You know with any external intervention. So so you're suggesting earlier Bob that it's not just a question of getting the minds out of the ground. It's a broader approach. Can you maybe explain what that means. Yes certainly insufficient really just to deal with the the explosive threat itself itself when one considers the threat posed by ideas. You really look at the the. ID system so it requires an effective whole of government approach. And that's very much based on not just the entity that's dealing with the explosive straight itself. But you got to look at the forensic organization that recovers evidence the analysis of that of the good police squirt this required to identify locate arrest and then process the perpetrators through the judicial system and Libya. This is happening. It is happening. Actually the The Mass Libya team has worked quite closely with Libyan authorities. And we've been trying to develop the forensic skills of the Criminal Investigation Department such that the Libyan police. I can do this themselves. Thank you very much. I think we've pretty much come to the end of this discussion very brief Look at what your and Mine Action Service is doing. It's been a delight to have you here but I'd love often any final messages or thoughts that you have before you plunge back into the dark recesses of the UN Pele here in Geneva and share information which is obviously why you're here simply that clearing clearing the wolves. Lamont problem is achievable. It's very very achievable. I started de-mining in nineteen ninety-three when the world talked about it being a thousand year problem problem now it down to single digits of years with realistic assessments. Credible Clarence methods. We're winning this fight. Unfortunately the fighters moved on on the problem is not being replaced by problem. The crux of this issue is ending grievances. If people want to find a way to kill each other's they will do so but in those countries where the wounds have healed such as Cambodia. We can go on and complete the Job Sarah Jerry Richard. Bulte Bob Seddon ugly really would yeah. Many things

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How Women of Color Are Shaping Our Democracy

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

06:41 min | 2 years ago

How Women of Color Are Shaping Our Democracy

"So I always like to start with everyone introduce do some cells but of course I also had to ask everyone a question along with that. So can you tell everyone your name where you work which you do and what has has been one of your favorite moments from this election cycle so far. I know there's so many to choose from because even though it's only January sorry this thing has been long. But what's one of the things that has been in the forefront of your mind. Hi everyone thanks so much for having me on the show My name is unleashes saying I am the Director of Judiciary Democracy Affairs at planned. Parenthood Action Fund. My main role is to make sure that we are linking and connecting the dots on why reproductive healthcare is so important and why the courts and democracy reform or so crucial for protecting our rights when it comes to reproductive health. Care one of the things I mean. There's so many things that have been I feel like monumental in this cycle but one of them is the fact that there are and have been so many women who were running for presidency and what that really means for communities of color what that means for communities across the board what that means for young people who are looking and seeing people represented on the screen when watching these debates when watching the campaign trail and seeing that reflection and then what that has meant for the conversation as well right. We've seen all the Democratic candidates. Come out in favour and support of reproductive rights in repealing the Hyde amendment all of which I truly truly believe we can pay tribute to the fact that there are so many diverse voices that are pushing each other to be bolder and vocally boulder in their policies. Hey you too often. I'm Richard from Los Angeles. California live here in the area. I'm the national director for the college. Division at the National Association for the events and of color people for now referred to as P and I have to so one of the last night when Elizabeth Warren said or she made the awareness known that all the women have not lost an election but all over to elections. I thought that was pretty. Shed asked I was like I think she's had a lot of iconic moments. Yeah I love the very visible presence and leadership of black woman the campaigns I love the chief of staff from Leon Castro's Camp I love watching Black Women for Warren and love watching black woman for Bernie. I mean this this notion that like there needs to be a special emphasis that is very public and other public for black women. So it doesn't matter you've ever moments in this campaign so far yes I do not like how many debates we're having and how late they are and how they they they are late imile. I'm emily career and I am the one of the national national campaigns directors at the League of Conservation Voters Lcd. We elect environmental champions At all levels of government and hold them accountable in two thousand. Eighteen were One of the top outside spenders in electoral politics spinning over eighty million dollars to help get environmental champions elected on the ballot I actually actually have to favorite moments I would say. The first is the fact that there is an Asian American presidential candidate. That's on the stage. Yes he's a man. It's it's the Asian American that's huge for is for the community. I would say the second. One is similar in terms of a diversity of of staff on these campaigns and the height. How hyped highlighted They are. It's very tough to be a minority as a political and to have that standard and to have that bar and feel like Minorities have an opportunity to work in this business. is huge It's really changing. The face of how campaigns are being put together and who's clean the lovers our next question talking talking about women of Color voters. We know that will be crucial to this election cycle. You can't win without us. That's just how it is and we are one at every four voters in Florida Texas Arizona and Georgia. How have you already seen women of color shape? This election cycle particularly the work that you do. I think this is like like such a crucial moment. And we've really seen this wave of engagement and energy and progress being made when you look at the Reproductive Justice Movement and special shout Out to groups like all above all and others that have really paved the way for reproductive health care and reproductive freedom reproductive justice issues and legislative policies. I mean they are responsible for the fact that we're seeing all these Democratic candidates saying that. They're they want to repeal the Hyde amendment though the push of the conversation and the narrative of in that direction has been particularly helpful with because of the leadership coming from reproductive justice organizations. And I would say I'm just to piggyback on that much planned. Parenthood you know we have seen affiliates as well and we were huge in the Virginia Sweep in November and Virginia affiliate Elliot endorsed sixty two candidates. That were pro-climate. Three of them were women. More than a dozen were women of color so you have folks like delegate Hashmi who who and also folks like Jinro Tucson who won their races Who ran on climate? Who ran on on on environmental issues? Who wants and to really advanced certain issues like climate change in everyday you know I guess highlight it at a level that necessarily may not be through the Lens of of a minority female now and especially in communities where they are Less not less equal. But we're the disadvantaged and have someone that can speak up in the fight everyday. I been away what I'm thinking about what you want said. There's been a wave of. I work with young people. Anybody twenty-five twenty-five younger that's my audience with young black people across the nation. We have over three hundred and thirty nine chapters across the country. I gained thirty two chapters last year alone. We work at twenty three thousand young people across the country and when we see Abrahams running last year and we went to polling places at Spelman and Morehouse in Atlanta in in Georgia Really got there are students got there and stood in line and realize that there were no outlets are there were no plugs of there. Were No Wires for the voting machines and it was young black women at those schools at Spelman who said to the end of the Lacey. Pe- we need to file a lawsuit because this is not how democracy should be working.

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"national director" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"national director" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"In individual was sent to quote unquote brief trump the trump campaign but instead took notes on the trump campaign for the FBI surveilled the trump campaign this is so incredible go ahead if I could if they were called street it was not an FBI briefing if they went to a office of the national director of national intelligence briefing it was a strategic and counter intelligence briefing and need I mention that because it precisely wasn't a defensive briefing was an intelligence briefing and they were treated differently in that the agent wrote it up to the file and and put the information in the file the briefings were identical but the net result was one was for investigative purposes and when was purely for the intelligence prefer another words he was writing up notes about what he saw when he heard in the context of the briefing rather than just giving a brief who ordered that agent do it I don't know but this is incredible stuff I'll be right back van if your old style tile shower or bath tub look is a throwback to a bygone era and it's a haven for creepy crawly bacteria you scrub and scroll that old crusty growth with stinky cleaners in the gross John comes right back with a vengeance every time you climb in you think you know I really want to be that that those nasty unwanted bacterial guests with a beautiful new Kohler shower from America's number one remodeling company dream style remodeling with expert installation from bring style.

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"national director" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"national director" Discussed on KTRH

"It's free to both campaigns were similar and that it wasn't aware of action that it took as a result our chairman Johnson and I wrote again to the FBI two months ago we noted that text messages between stark and page indicated that the FBI may have used to fancy briefings not to warn the current campaign but to investigate it for questions along this line question number one would you agree that with respect to the defense he briefings from campaigns briefings were treated differently than those provided to the court no one is here is in individual was sent to quote unquote brief trump the trump campaign but instead took notes on the trump campaign for the FBI surveilled the trump campaign this is so incredible go ahead if I could if they were called street it was not an FBI briefing if they went to a office of the national director of national intelligence briefing it was a strategic and counter intelligence briefing and the I mention that because it precisely wasn't a defensive briefing was an intelligence briefing and they were treated differently in that the agent wrote it up to the file and and put the information in the file the briefings were identical but the net result was one was for investigative purposes and when was purely for the intelligence prefer in other words he was writing up notes about what he saw when he heard in the context of the briefing rather than just giving a brief now who ordered that agents do it we don't know but this is incredible stuff I'll be.

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"national director" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"national director" Discussed on KTOK

"Similar and that it wasn't aware of action that it took as a result our chairman Johnson and I wrote again to the FBI two months ago we noted that text messages between stark and page indicated that the FBI may have used to fancy briefings not to warn the current campaign but to investigate it for questions along this line question number one would you agree that with respect to the defense he briefings from campaigns briefings were treated differently than those provided to the court no one here is in individual was sent to quote unquote brief trump the trump campaign but instead took notes on the trump campaign for the FBI surveilled the trump campaign this is so incredible go ahead if I could if they were called strategic it was not an FBI briefing if they went to a office of the national director of national intelligence briefing it was a strategic and counter intelligence briefing and need I mention that because it precisely wasn't a defensive briefing was an intelligence briefing and they were treated differently in that the agent wrote it up to the file and and put the information in the file the briefings were identical but the net result was one was for investigative purposes and when was purely for the intelligence prefer in other words he was writing up notes about what he saw when he heard in the context of the briefing rather than just giving a brief now who ordered that agents do it we don't know but this is incredible stuff I'll.

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"national director" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"national director" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Were similar and that it wasn't aware of action that it took as a result our chairman Johnson and I rolled again so there's the I. two months ago we noted that text messages between stark and page indicated that the FBI may have used to fancy briefings not to warn the current campaign but to investigate it for questions along this line question number one would you agree that with respect to the defense he briefings the prom campaigns briefings were treated differently than those provided to the court no one here is in individual was sent to quote unquote brief trump the trump campaign but instead took notes on the trump campaign for the FBI surveilled the trump campaign this is so incredible go ahead if I could if they were called strategic it was not an FBI briefing if they went to a office of the national director of national intelligence briefing it was a strategic and counter intelligence briefing and the I mention that because it precisely wasn't a defensive briefing was an intelligence briefing and they were treated differently in that the agent wrote it up to the file and and put the information in the file the briefings were identical but the net result was one was for investigative purposes and when was purely for the intelligence prefer in other words he was writing up notes about what he saw when he heard in the context of the briefing rather than just giving a brief now who ordered that agents do it we don't know but this is incredible stuff I'll be right back van this.

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"national director" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"national director" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And gentleman please remain standing for the invocation given by Chaplin Julie on a lesser national director of chaplaincy services for the department of Veterans Affairs let us pray almighty and loving god on this day we honor our American veterans the men and women of this nation who selflessly committed their very lives to honor and defend the freedoms that we cherish as Americans are veterans know that freedom is not free and comes with a significant sacrifice for those who faithfully serve as well as for their families and loved ones for the devoted service of our American veterans we are grateful we also are grateful to you god for your strengthening presence our veterans have Belcher sustaining presence while standing watch in the dark knight silence at a lonely outpost worlds away from home or on a ship in a distant and hostile see our veterans have Belcher protective presence in the horrible heat of combat or flying in the darkening clouds across your internet guy our veterans have Belcher abiding presence as they attended to our wounded and tortured comrades in their cries of pain and among those whose earthly struggle had ceased for your strengthening sustaining protective and abiding presence we are grateful may the ceremonies this day inspire our hearts to uphold the values of faith and understanding life and human dignity love and justice and continued aspiration to sacrificial service as exemplified by our service members and veterans we pray all of this in your most holy and loving name then now I'd like to invite Mister Frank Kowalski national commander Catholic war veterans of the United States to lead us in our pledge of allegiance I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the.

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"national director" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"national director" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Part of Syria long understood to be secure in the hands of a faction of the Kurdish people who were denied sovereignty by the Versailles map jars one hundred years ago this element of the Kurds sometimes called the YPG that's the military part been involved in fighting these last years of the trump administration however nothing in Syria just started two years ago or three years ago it is all a tangle of regrets and failures chiefly by the western colonial powers divided up the Ottoman Empire at the close of the first war and no one can put Humpty Dumpty together again we will tell a piece of that story with bill road show of the foundation for the defense of democracy the piece of that story is a kind of a piece of that story is Afghanistan and the Indian subcontinent a piece of that story happened within these last days the claim by the Afghan national director of security the death the kill of Aseem Omar the emir of al Qaeda in the Indian subcontinent that's a piece of the story we'll connected as best we can in these next minutes bill a very good evening to you who was I see him Omar and what what is it they're claiming about the strike on him who did it and how many died good evening to you yes up a new the end of September the Afghan military in the US military launched operation of musicality which is a district in Helmand province in southern Afghanistan it's a district currently controlled by the Taliban and we really would have heard about this raid but civilians were killed in it and then after the civilian killed news came out that the that there was a heavy fighting in this district and the target of the operation was was al Qaeda's network in Afghanistan Pakistan it's called upgrade in the Indian subcontinent it also is closely tied to al Qaeda is the central commander general command is what it's called we knew right off the bat that we capture the scene will Mars wife we captured his career to I know that we hear you the head of al Qaeda and some other key help pay the al Qaeda leader in Helmand deputy leader and how may indeed suicide bomb maker all these other individuals but with the target of these operations if you will mark was the head of al Qaeda in the Indian subcontinent it wasn't known that he was killed until two weeks later over two weeks later the Afghan the NDS announced that they that they killed him they have a picture of a look I'm told that they had DNA testing they confirm that this is indeed him apparently his wife was very distraught way and should be shown pictures of of March there was additional information as well so if you could put a note you know this was happening at the Afghan peace talks were all falling apart great so what we could do with a couple of weeks of the peace talks falling apart so while the tell the people reports after the Taliban's gonna get out some hated also Taliban fighters were killed and commanders were killed Shaquille during this raid is were civilians and so we're told you know how they're going to drop a bit here they are operating in conjunction in in a Taliban held areas because their close allies in this fight this is what we want to underline here this is al Qaeda linkage to the Taliban not only in Afghanistan and Pakistan but also in the Indian subcontinent linkages and strong enough integrated with regard to the conflicts I'm kind of bill help me here al Qaeda shows up and everybody acknowledges that as if it's the overlord as if it's all powerful elected the United States of jihad is is that the status and enjoy enjoy a it's highly regarded injure hottest circles including by the Taliban because of the expertise that it brings to the table it also is very very good the they're they're leaders and their commanders they learn how to integrate themselves into areas like Afghanistan in other countries where is groups like the Islamic state or where it's mean enemy the Islamic state basically says my way or the highway al Qaeda comes in with a more inclusive approach and they realize that for it to succeed they need allies who they'll eventually convert to their side anyway because of the the wind up being successful where is the Islamic state drives them away so well paid it has always had a cachet business some of the lot and it is with the Taliban thousands of fighters to fight alongside the Taliban prior to nine eleven against the northern alliance and we see this in other theaters as well the expertise the money and other you know combat enablers but it brings to the table our highly desired in of angel hottest theaters the strike was in Helmand province Mousa Qala and bill here's a puzzle for me all I have for these tweets put up by the NDS Afghanistan yes that's right Twitter's used by well who launch murder rates and look at this list of what they're claiming they killed all of these strike me is people you don't want to kill you want to keep alive you want to gain information from right Han AQ I. S. Currier JQ leaders all watery another would say they got a character your knees dead Faison exposes expert in a Q. I. as head in Helmand province Madani A. Q. I. S. deputy in Helmand Karachi advise on his assistant why these guys dead there is it so they could send in commandos minor thing he's heading commandos try to capture them but the fighting was so fierce between the al Qaeda elements in the Taliban elements that it just it it it became an all out slugfest then that's when air support was called in because the units were in danger so you know it it goes to explain just how important this note clearly I mean it was al Qaeda unique in the Indian subcontinent commando.

"national director" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"national director" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Attack was no anomaly as how would you like to have your business featured on the liberty beat you can just send an email to liberty at SNL S. DOT news for details this is the liberty produced aw why worldwide at an email from a couple of people saying hey in your library do you have anything with Joe Garage sale is senior and indeed I do in all the years I've been sitting in the seat and doing interviews take things off national director of USA basketball and of the team that will represent the United States in the two thousand twenty Japan Olympics former owner the NBA I guess a little bit later on Shawn Marion's going to be with US former. NBA Forward who played sixteen seasons he was a four time all star and he won an NBA championship ear and with the leaves changing it may feel like you're running out of time to get any lingering home projects done before the holidays luckily home advisor can give you a hand so you can spend more time area the pros have been reviewed by your neighbors so you can see what others thought of their work and if you're not sure how much the project should cost get multiple quotes from pros and homeadvisor's project cost guide to see what others paid for similar projects into top all of it off you can book appointments online no more phone tag so whether it's remodeling the den for football season or fixing up the house before the holidays homeadvisor makes it beyond easy to get your home projects done to find the right pro at a fair price just ask homeadvisor go to homeadvisor dot com or download the free award-winning home advisor APP today message and data rates me Sleeping on a slip and slide sweating the bed is a serious but a common problem that affects your sleep health and happiness plus it's just plain gross but it's not you it's your mattress fortunately there is a care it's called Purple Purple is the only mattress with a scientifically engineered Smart Comfort Grid this patented techniques ag is designed to let air flow freely so you sleep cool side effects of sleeping on purple include sleeping.

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"national director" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"national director" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"News after we just heard Adam ships crap. let's go to problems with the real thing I mean you know what what he did was the real thing and if you're just joining us you have no idea we're talking about it was this opening statement he gave yesterday before Congress as he's getting ready to grow our national director of intelligence this it was a parity but he made it sound as if it's the real deal will get back to that. but it was a political crap but here's the real deal. you know we hear about the problem in San Francisco well the way the problem in San Francisco you know the trump EPA is they're they're suing the city of San Francisco for allowing the rampant homelessness and the filth that it brings to a destroy the city and. Pluto waters beyond the bay blues the apple the ocean because you've got so many people I mean these these homeless encampments of their filthy awful and there is a poop problem that is rampant in the city of San Francisco it's been an ongoing story she's getting worse that's why we have the app called the crap map and it's gotten to the point K. we have the app called the crap map and we we are just we just put up with it yeah this is normal now it is normal it's the new normal it really is nobody bats an eye anymore. so it's not just San Francisco now I'm reading this is a story we briefly touched upon yesterday but now we're dig into the details the Russian river. save a lot of people during the sept spring and summer months and even early fall head up to the Russian river because it's obviously naturally beauty a beautiful. but the problem is near petrified forest road Porter creek road geysers road and still had beach a lot of you know specifically where those locations are. there's a lot of waste in the form of human waste. no way. now what's happening people partying. they get along. they're on their rafts there on the beach. there's no place to go so they just go where they want to go. and this is becoming such an issue that cinema county public works is going to start posting signs in these highly traffic areas before next summer's busy season that say no public pooping all the signs will do it the signs on to it yeah cat is all we're good old on there's a sign stop it so here's the deal if if you're going to have people up there partying enjoying nature then I think the only solution is either don't allow people up there are put up Porta potties yeah you gotta do you gotta give you gotta give a place to go I think yeah portapotties would be probably an easy option the signs are gonna do anything that's going to be a waste of money. yeah that's just a lab that's the guy that's a selfie right there right Hey watch this I take in this picture. Klay poop in front of that sign yeah which sure are you always see people so fake you see the self these online from the no smoking signs in somebody's dragging a cigarette journal do this I am in nature that is that is that don't do that a whole woman to do it okay well you told me not to so I'm going to that's what I'm gonna do. let's see some of the other stories that sherry has planned for us this morning the San Francisco bound flight diverted to Denver after a woman gets locked in the bathroom. hi this would just wreck your whole travel experience would not. I think we've all experienced airline delays being delayed or being locked in the bathroom what would be worse the harsh locked in bathroom. United Airlines flight one five five four. well here it is Jennifer get men and our fellow passengers on that flight have quite a doozy to tell after their flight to separatist was diverted because someone got locked in the plane's bathroom. the incident took place is the flight was making its way to San Francisco from Washington this is Wednesday night somewhere over the middle the United States get men noticed a commotion up near the front of the plane. and then suddenly the pilot is on the microphone saying yes in case you guys haven't heard the rumor we are going to be landing in Denver because someone locked themselves in the bathroom. also now they have to the dirt divert the flight and the pilot now that was that was a verbatim and then the pilot said and of course we're not gonna make her stay in the bathroom until San Francisco coach so because she was locked in the bathroom and they could not extractor they decided to put the plane down extractor. the plane made an unscheduled landing in Denver at de I a without incident. and they were helping the woman who was stuck in the bathroom now I want to know what she because it's really not clear as I read this story what she likes stuck on the toilet always she literally locked in the bathroom it because she was stuck in the toilet they weren't able to get in to help her because she couldn't get herself out the way I read it was that the door jam or something like that shouldn't get sucked in now okay I don't think so but that just might be my interpretation that somehow the lock got broken gosh no I didn't get out not only you get locked in the bathroom on a plane the plane has to divert and land and then you have to come out about room in front of all the people who you've just completely screwed up their travel itinerary wasn't her fault I mean yeah a default with the door yeah yeah thanks for me why I hope we can blame it on her fifth she does know how to. I mean they're they're pretty obvious how to open and close unless she's that's to be. lied to the left slash right yet. so a case of the here we go I'm reading some of the commentary. here is somebody on Twitter well folks it's never a dull moment on United we have to make an emergency landing in Denver because a passenger got stuck in the bathroom you can't make this up also the wifi is crappy and there's no way for me to charge my phone happy travels. now what's really troubling about this is she tweets this while they're in the air. okay not so much for airplane mode right the wife I could've been that crappy yeah that's that rarely is it an issue and then a here's another one fire police and someone with a big pick ax thing. they manage to get the door open after about ten minutes everyone clapped the woman came out they all felt very bad for she was safe and that's good. so you're that person. the the other part of this is interesting is. you know it we're always told we gotta strap in we're we're landing yeah there there are no straps on that toilets no death through hold on that's it hold on tight brace yourself. she's in there grabbing on to the rails. I wonder if the culture and how to do this this yes flight attendant with their face up against our okay so here's what you're going to do right now all the sudden they landed they hear this. brace yourself three to. the door opened she comes rolling out the..

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Parkland massacre survivors post sweeping U.S. gun-control plan ahead of 2020 election

WBZ Afternoon News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Parkland massacre survivors post sweeping U.S. gun-control plan ahead of 2020 election

"Survivors of the parkland Florida high school massacre I know one build new gun control plans some of the students who lived through a shooting massacre at their school in parkland Florida last year have introduced a new plan calling for a national director of gun violence prevention the reinstatement of a ban on assault weapons and a national gun registry I want both Democrats and Republicans no matter if the president the United States or they're in there to look into their hearts and think about their children or their loved ones and think about the thousands of loved ones that are taken every year as a result of this preventable public health crisis they hope the issue motivates young people to vote in twenty twenty Natalie brand to CBS news

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"national director" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"national director" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Beaten by a crowd, after the events at was after captured and taken to the hospital, specifically to the hospital that specializes trauma. He was there visited visited by the national director of police force in person, and later, taken into custody late at night around midnight. Now, first of all, I wanted to ask you, this was originally. We'd heard that this was robbery was the motive is that still what police are saying or is there, something more sinister to it than that? The national director of the police force declared last night, that it had nothing to do with robbery. But the motives of the attacks remain on. No. Okay. Now, what kind of establishment is this? I know that there were outside when it happened. I is it well known as popular high end what kind of stablishment is? Okay. So it's highly visited establishment. It's a bar where we're it happens in a terrorist. So the person who actually attacked David Ortiz comes from the street doesn't even have to enter the be established itself shots w third season and leaves. So it's called the isle it in what we call here, the phone audience, and for that area, but not high end for the whole city, ABC's karleena Santana incentive to Mingo. We will hear from caroliina, again, coming up in the news now we're hearing also today from the man who says he drove Ortiz to the hospital from the club, where he was shot..

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"national director" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:12 min | 3 years ago

"national director" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Back with the Frank Pavone. He is the national director of priests for life, followed them priests for life and also his own Twitter timeline F Frank Pavone, P A V O any sign off is a firing. And while you guys were making a coffee or what have you? I was talking to the father. I watched a video last night listeners. If you're not familiar with Steven Crowder, you should be he he's like another Ben Shapiro. He's a Canadian he's a professional comedian. And he has a show he has three point six million subscribers on YouTube alone. He has a show called allowed with crowd. And I just walked his latest video it's called. I'm pro-life changed my mind. What Stephen does is. He goes to university campuses sits down with students and he asks them to convince him of their. Left wing arguments. Which of course, they invariably failed to do. But he's very polite and just watch this. It's I'm pro-life fourth addition. Because it's such a long series of interviews change, my mind, and you see the level of indoctrination. It's frightening. Check it out. I mentioned this because we have father Pavone with us what you are doing the same kind of thing. There's this new project that's going to help open people's eyes called baby. Chris can you just share as much as you can about this in the last few minutes, we have with you? Yes. Absolutely. You know, one of the levels of indoctrination as you were just referencing is the the lie that this is not a baby. And one of the best ways of of opening people's is not that is simply the science of embryology, and we have gotten together a coalition of about twenty five national pro-life groups launching this project this Monday, which many may not realize is actually the day of the unborn child. It's March twenty fifth because the Christian world celebrates the Annunciation when God became an unborn child by Mary saying, yes to God's plan in any case what we're going to do these groups altogether. Using the absolute best video footage of the unborn child. That exists way more powerful than ultrasound and people can see it at baby Chris dot org. Is we are going to bring America through a journey of pregnancy through the development of a child in the first nine months of his or her life, baby. Chris as we are calling him or her, and we're going to show them. We're gonna recoup churches schools pregnancy centers individuals with this very powerful footage combined with simply the scientists exact of fetal development because it's so so poorly known who this child is. And that's the first question and the debate is is this child. And then the second question is what does abortion due to this child unless we resolve those two factual points. We're not really having a real debate on abortion that will be so incredibly powerful. There will be no way to say. It's a clump of tissues when you see a child in the womb. Father don't you think we have a window here? This is when you have Donald Trump who talks about children in the womb? We have a window hit to win the fight for life. I can't tell you. How excited we all are starting with me personally. But all of us in the pro-life leadership about how President Trump has handled this issue, he talks about it the way that the American people and people think about it and the way we talk about it. And and he's he's forthright and he's right on the hits the nail right on the head. And you know, it is a great window right now because he's talking about it. The other side, the Democrats are just going completely off the rails endeavor extremism in support of abortion and infanticide. And we've got we've got powerful films coming out now like unplanned and later this year, the movie called Roe v. Wade. This is a fantastic moment to really make some good progress. We have to win we have to win tennis of millions. I think the the figure I heard yesterday. Forty million babies exterminated a year in the year, forty million World War Two killed sixty million in six years. Six riders. We're talking about forty million in a year. Frightening. It's incredible. There's nothing taking more human life than abortion and people have got to just face that basic fact, and and they're the most defenseless people of all it's a genocide it is an annual genocide, and in fact, it affects minorities most especially in America, you've been listening to father Frank Pavone. He is the national director for priests for life. Follow him on Twitter f Frank P A V O M E and next time. He will be in studio. He promised me. He will be in the swallow. Yes. Very soon, and we are very excited to having you in the swamp. Thank you, father Pavone. Thank you for doing. God's work. I've Sebastian Gorka, this is America. First more of your calls on eight three three three three Gorkha that is eight three three three three four six seven five two on any issue. But especially the issues of the day, including what is happening at Fox News. And what the president is doing to make America. Great again. But before we get to your calls. I wanna make Catherine from Pennsylvania famous why? Because she's one of the regular all American customers of relief factor. And here's a direct quote from her my shoulder aches and pains would ruining my life. I repeatedly heard a number of radio hosts praise relieffactor. And because I respect these people I decided to try it. Relieffactor has decreased Mike pain drastically without side effects. That's one of the people who like me like Dennis Prager. Like Hugh Hewitt have found relief from this.

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"national director" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"national director" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Sacramento wants all back taxes from retailers who sold on Amazon this'll put some of these companies out of business. This means all of this money all of this money. They're going to be slapping on these retailers is going to be passed down to us. And you know, it, you know, it, and is that mean this might turn you off a little bit with your Amazon shopping habits. That's the question will this influence you not to shop on Amazon. Now, the State Department of tax and feed ministration. I think it is correct me if I've got that department wrong bay touted its initiative to collect these online sales taxes since two thousand seventeen and the national director, the director next gives me the statewide director asked state employees to identify all ecommerce companies that promise same day delivery, but did not pay taxes. Apparently these same day delivery companies there preferable to go after he reasons that the company's advertising same day delivery in California, probably had a physical presence in the state, which means that the state's two thousand twelve online tax is applied to them because their goods were in California. If your presence as a business was in California goods offices, employees, whatever you gotta pay taxes. Later. He tells lawmakers that his department sent out notices to twenty five hundred online retailers notifying them.

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Can dogs help children fight cancer?

Let's Talk Pets

02:08 min | 3 years ago

Can dogs help children fight cancer?

"Of you have heard about our American humane canine and childhood cancer study supported by so Edis, which does provide for the first time ever scientific evidence. Gauging affective -ness of the promising underutilized weapon in the war on cancer that weapon. Miss man's best friend a dog. I just love this study. And I loved it. Quick clinical trial is now done and we can now proudly proclaim the results the data from this five year clinical trial has been published in the journal of pediatric. Oncology nursing and it furnishes evidence that regular visits from a therapy dog can provide for significant friends significant psychosocial benefits to families of was undergoing treatment for cancer, the data indicates a positive effect on parents, including improved communication within families as well as between parents and the medical staff, which we know we to better medical care and reductions in levels of stress this study really advances our understanding of the benefits of the vital bond shared between people and animals, and I want to salute our principal investigator, my good friend americanhumane, national director of humane research, Dr McCullough for leading this effort for the past five to six years for decades, we've been telling tantalizing stories about the power of animals to bring comfort and help in the face of illness. And this study again, the first clinical trial of its kind really does go to show the proof that therapy dogs. Do make a difference. I want to thank our friends at Soweto's for helping to fund the study now and for our friends at hab read the human animal bond research institute for helping to create this study too is takes a village France to the human animal bond space, and again, I'd like to salute all of the partners that were involved, the children's hospitals that were involved and indeed the hundred and six pediatric patients who participate in the study tune in their families cheers to Swoosh and the mini therapy dogs as well who came in wagging their tails and giving lots of hugs and kisses throughout this clinical trial.

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Stephen Colbert Clarifies Trump's Clarification

Ethan at Night

03:52 min | 3 years ago

Stephen Colbert Clarifies Trump's Clarification

"Hundred eighty eight ten what are your thoughts on this. One I'm, just want to play a little clip of something they'll. I I'm. Going to take more of your, calls on this don't worry I see you all on hold but Stephen Colbert. Picked apart President Trump's post Russia summit double negative weird lame excuse take a listen to Stephen Colbert last Tonight A lot of people were upset. Yesterday when Donald Trump said, this my people came to. Me Dan Coats came to me and some. Others they, said they think it's. Russia I have President. Putin he just, said it's not. Russia I will say. This I don't see any reason why it would be Would be he, really hit that word would. Be as usual he's leading with his would. So he, sees no reason why. Russia would hack our. Election that needs no clarification I. Realized that there is. A need for some clarification okay I stand corrected All right Mr President I'll bite let's see how dumb you think the American. People are sentenced in my remarks I said the word. Would. Instead of what Should, have been. I don't see any reason why wouldn't why wouldn't they Russia yes the sentence. Should have, been that it was not that But then again who among us hasn't said the exact opposite of what, he just said in. Front of cameras on multiple. Occasions I'm? Sorry let me clarify? That. Sentence should be who among us has not done that Believable unbelievable it's just totally right. Thank you. Stephen Colbert. For, that. I want to hear your thoughts on this as well. What do you think for one five eight hundred eighty eight ten coral in San Jose Carl you're on KOA with Ethan Bearman oh yeah, good. Morning hey, listen so my understanding is and maybe you could. Help, me was. It determined that Russia is. Attacking us like this. Very. Day or was President Trump responding to what happened during election when he said no I mean. I I haven't been able to find that anymore yeah it was it was today to, open you could say, that absolutely he was asked if he believes Russia. Is still targeting the. US and his answer was no even. Though remember just, on Friday denied director of the national director of national intelligence director Dan Coats on Friday and I quote said. The warning. Signs are there the system is blinking it is why I believe we already Critical. Point the digital infrastructure. The United States is literally under attack That's what? DNA coats, said on Friday, Carl that's happening today is that correct All right. Well in my. Opinion at this point now. I don't, support him, at all, he, needs, to he needs to step down it's just it's I you know, I I I'm not a Trump, supporter and, you, know that about me, Karl but, I've been, active in saying you know hey. Yell at this thing, play out you know we can fight him in difference but when you refuse the. President, refuses to, defend the United? States of American America against the foreign adversary Carl I mean isn't, that what the like the number one job. Of the president and isn't it but this president ran on was going to he was gonna be strong and. Protect and defend the United States in addition to the economy and everything. Else but he claimed he was going to. Be the best defender of America that's not, defending us that is his job and if he's, not doing, it after this if it's. Overwhelming evidence that you're doing it today then yeah he needs. To, step aside he. Should, be. A man about it and. Just step aside yeah I'm. With you thanks Carl appreciate your call. Four, one five eighty. Hundred eighty eight Eight ten..

 Iraq: anti-US cleric Moqtada al-Sadr’s bloc confirmed as election winners

Team Lally Radio Show

02:09 min | 3 years ago

Iraq: anti-US cleric Moqtada al-Sadr’s bloc confirmed as election winners

"Town on review dot com washington dc and national media been buzzing for several weeks about this ability of genus pull the president's choice to replace mike pompeo as director i spoke with arkansas senator tom cotton onto let me ask you seriously about gina hospital the nomination will be better on and then it goes to the floor thereafter after expecter declare with affirmative votes still in the committee he was i said for weeks now gina will be recommended by the intelligence committee on a bipartisan votes and then next week she will be confirmed as director in the full senate on a bipartisan that would bring the president's national security came the vice president secretary of state secretary of defense mattis national director of intelligence coats cia director house bowl to full strength with john bolton security advisor chief of staff kelly best national security team we've had in my lifetime and they are going to confront an interesting situation in iraq which i would like you to come it appears that matata al solder is going to be the most powerful person in iraq i believe when you were carrying a rifle in the slums of baghdad he was shooting at you what what do you make of this turn of events in iraq you're right that mccotter all solders ticket seems to have received the most votes in the parliamentary elections on saturday now iraqi politics are complicated and they're far from having a majority and in those days when i was in iraq two thousand six they went months without a formal government because of the coalition talks taking so long so it's not yet clear who will be the prime minister how the ministerial offices will be divided but the most important thing in iraq is that we not have a government dominated by the ayatollah in tehran and to extent that moqtada al solder is willing to have laid down his arms in the past and try to work to the political process and have a government that won't be beholden to tehran the to me united states interest to try to work with anyone who's willing to stay on break free and independent iraq that is independent of iranian influence coming up there to promise keepers in this story in the short term the promise keeper with president trump and there's another promise keeper and that's gone the us embassy celebratory opening in jerusalem when the town all review returns in a moment.

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Should Canada be exempt from Trump's steel tariffs?

Morning Edition

02:13 min | 4 years ago

Should Canada be exempt from Trump's steel tariffs?

"Us for sugarland this week on morning edition and all things considered on wnyc it's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm steve inskeep every day day after day the united states and canada do about one and a half billion dollars worth of business some of that crossborder business is in steel and aluminum canada is the top exporter of both those medals to the united states so many canadians were alarmed when president trump announced plans to impose tariffs on imported aluminum and steel on wednesday white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders offered some reassurance near our potential carveouts for next the choline canada based on national security and possibly other countries as well but nobody knows exactly what the president will sign so we've called can newman the canadian national director of the united steelworkers union to the program thanks for having me what are you members thinking about these tariffs what we're very much concerned has been a bit of a rollercoaster you know we have twenty two thousand the direct steel jobs in canada which indirect after another hundred and twenty thousand and so these are all good middle class job within the we've always had a long history ah in the u s a in regards to the integrated market as you started the show saying the billion dollars crosses our borders every single day on this in fact that could disrupt that the longstanding process and we've always been a good neighbour and um we've lobbied hard with the leo jordan others who say that look a candle should be exempt that we're not we're not the bad actual this raises an interesting question because you are part of the afl cio the usbased labor organization and i wonder if it's awkward for you that that organisation is supporting these tariffs while i think that is a mess conception of uh i know richard comcast come out than welcomed the news of trying truth i get rid of the cheaters and the bad actors than has basically decimated the lot of the cloak north american industry not just in the us and canada he's not tethered any point matter of fact i know he's confirmed that he does not support to catch a he does not see canada's abed actor in canada should not be included those terrible trump could we should mention is the head of the afl cio.

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