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"nine troops" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:52 min | 2 months ago

"nine troops" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"So there's a lot going on right now, obviously is giving a big speech tonight about the covid pandemic and new restrictions on that. Why does he think it's important to go to California to campaign for the governor at this point because the election is Tuesday. What was it important election for the Why is it important for the president? Governor needs some continue on well, I would say that the president remains quite popular in California, as he does in Virginia and other states where there are competitive elections this year. Okay, so we know that Joe Biden isn't popular. A nation wide. But I suspect there's an element of truth to that as sick as it sounds. That there is a level of popularity because there's so many people in California for whatever reason that have just been completely duped by left wing policies. And so many of California listen half of the people on welfare in the entire United States. Or Yeah, approximately anyway or in California. Hands. And I mean, obviously, some people need to be. But many people do not need to be So half of the welfare population lives in the state of California. In the entire United States. Biden isn't going to California because he's necessarily unpopular. He's going to California because Gavin Newsom isn't popular. But again, Democrats want to keep this Covid gravy train running because they want to slow the spread three years to slow the spread. They want to make sure that melon voting is just perpetually in existence. But you guys in California have to stand up. You can go to drop off places I wouldn't recommend drop off boxes per se. Oh, I got some information on you on that, so I'll share that in a little bit after scroll through my phone and find it. But there's there's there's places where you can go where your ballots will be a little more secure. Let's go. Let's take a call. Let's go to Rod in Pittsburgh Rod. Welcome to the Larry Elder Show. You've got the mic. Their love your showed. I prayed that Larry wins out there in California. But if you look at everything, Joe Biden has done the two big benefactors of Russia and China Joe bad and surrendered to the Taliban, he knew exactly was doing. I mean, two big benefactors there. Russia and China. Sounds. You'll have missile sites there, you know, but when he was giving it talks too late about Covid, you know he's putting his stretches and conditions on it. In 200,000. People come across that border every month, A J. Every one of those offered a free covid shot a third room decline it as they test positive for whoever he just lets them in cooperation anyway. Yeah, it's so hypocritical. It is it is, Rod. You're You're right, Uh, Russia, China, Iran, Pakistan. They're all gonna be there are going to be benefactors. I appreciate the call. Appreciate you being out there. I had a lot of China stuff I wanted to get to. I don't think I'll have time to get to it as in depth as I'd like. Tonight, So we may have to say that for another day. I still have some polling on Biden that I want to go through. But here's a headline for you had tip forgotten man. Proton, Pro China Online network used fake accounts to urge Asian Americans to attend protests. According to researchers, A network of fake social media accounts linked to the Chinese government has attempted to draw Americans out to real world protests. Against anti Asian American racism, which that I would understand and popular but unsubstantiated allegations that China engineered the virus that caused the covid 19 pandemic, according to the U. S security firms, So we'll talk about that. Another day. Perhaps perhaps tomorrow. Um but, yeah, There's no doubt China, Russia. All of these people are going to be the benefactors. We all know it. It's a sad state of affairs. But that's where we're at. Let's go to Philip in Chicago. Philip, Welcome to the Larry Elder Show. You got the mic. Carl Jackson. Where have you been, Man? Wow, Afghanistan. I'm an arch enemy of yours from a couple years back, but anyway We're spending $300 million In Afghanistan for 20 years. I don't know. Somewhere around $10 billion a year or whatever a month. I'm sorry. Okay, so so and we had eight We had eight years of Bush Jr. We had four u eight years of Obama and we had four years of Trump. Right. And now Biden comes in. And you all are concerned about $800 billion in 20 year old equipment or whatever, and and and and and we just had What was it 10 to 13 troops killed. So the little, uh wait, Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. Philip, You can't get away with that. Why? Why were the 13th? I'm not exactly sure. I think it was nine troops. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, No, it was 13 troops. Why? Why were they killed? Why were they killed? Because the parents the parents are out every virtually every day talking about it, But the mainstream media isn't reporting it. So why were they killed? Why? I mean, it was it was. It was a what was it called? Some type of bomb attack? It was right. But do you on the breaking America? Why? Why did that? Why did why did that transpire? No, I'm not going to let you get a day. Okay, We're breaking down. Okay, So all right, So here's the deal. We were spending and we had James Carafano, owner of the Heritage Foundation, and we were spending less in a year. By the time Trump left office for Afghanistan that we were and then we were spending in one week. Okay. Alright, Audios I want you know, I'm sorry. Hey, Once you do the rock, Rock rock, I'm done. Phil Appreciate the car. I don't We don't do the disrespect. We can have civil conversation. You do. Rod Rod, Rod, You're gone. Adios. I can go back and forth. Don't disrespect All right. Um, listen, here's the Here's the deal. Violent are Joe Biden's approval rating has collapsed at 39%. I want to explain to you why I will actually answer Phillips called, But I just I don't I don't deal well as you guys can see, maybe I need counseling. When people just get on for the sake of being nasty. I can be civil But don't come on and just act a fool and do stuff like that is just not going to happen with me. All right? This is Carl Jackson in for Larry Elder. When we come back Joe Biden's approval rating. Our ratings are.

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"nine troops" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:00 min | 6 months ago

"nine troops" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"At a time Mesa 52 in alcohol in Oceanside, right there on the harbor. It's 55 Kogo news time. 602. We begin this morning with the honor system, so to speak. Masks are coming off next Tuesday, June 15th when the state drops most of its covid restrictions, Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galli says the state is aligning with the CDC on mask guidance. And people are basically on the honor system. When they go to a business. If somebody comes into their business or their operation without a mask, it should be considered as self access station for someone being Facts. And he says businesses do have the option When it comes to vaccine requirements must be posted. Venue operators could implement a vaccine verification system to determine if someone needs to wear a mask or a third option is to require all patrons to wear a mask. Supervisor Joel Anderson says Businesses should have received more relief money instead of county employees getting Hazard pay bonuses. 36 million came from stimulus money, which is our put money. That's the federal guide money that's coming in. And then there was another six million that comes from the general Fund Supervisor. Anderson praise the 8000 County employees for their work before and during the pandemic, but said an average of 124,000 year in full employment. Money should have gone elsewhere, the county voted to make sure that there is equity Hauser Equity When you step on poor people to give people fully employed more money when the people that were stepping on have less money. It doesn't think to me that this at the definition of equity, the supervisor saying the county employees got nine million more dollars, and local business groups Jack and Coke News more than 2000 rape kits from a dozen San Diego County law enforcement agencies have been tested following their delivery to an independent lab. And charges have been filed in at least one case. The DA's office says the kids date back to 1990. DNA results are being uploaded to the FBI's index system to see if there are any matches of the 2030 kids submitted. 735 contain DNA other than the victims and evidence from one of the kids led to the filing of charges against 57 year old Larry Rivers. Accused of sexually assaulting a 13 year old girl in 2014 in the results. There have been 52 case to case hits in which a DNA profile from one case matches a DNA profile from a different case. Marilyn Haider KOGO News. The Marine Corps says it's relieving a general of his duties for failing to properly trained Marines and sailors and evaluate the platoon before an exercise in July. Where the seafaring tank off the coast of San Clementi sank. The training accident killed nine troops, making it one of the deadliest for the Marines in recent years. Leaders say it could have been prevented. The comment on to the Marine Corps met personally with Major General Robert F. Castellvi, the former commanding general of first Marine Division. Castellvi has been suspended since April from his position as inspector general of the Marine Corps honoring the San Diego detectives killed in a wrong way. Crash. Governor Newsom says the state capital flags are being flown at half Staff in honor of the married detectives killed last Friday in a wrong way crash near Santa Cedrone Funeral service is scheduled for June. 15th for 32 year old Ryan Park and his 33 year old wife, Jamie, the husband of the 58, year old Wrong Way, driver told CBS ate his wife, who also died, had diabetes and may have become disoriented because of low blood sugar. The Biden administration will buy half billion doses of the Pfizer vaccine and donate them to poorer countries. Rory O. Neill has the story with more than half the US population inoculated. The Biden administration is now working to stop the global spread of Covid 19. The U. S will buy 500 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine to be distributed by the World Health Organization to about 100, poorer countries around the world. The 1st 200 million doses will be distributed this year. The rest early next fighter is selling the drug to the U. S. At cost. I'm Rory O'Neill. President Biden commenced his first overseas trip Wednesday, beginning of busy European itinerary starting in Britain, but his first message was to the military and Royal Air Force. Milton Hall. The president took a special message to the men and women stationed there. You're the best of our country. That's not hyperbole. You're the ones who sign up and run toward danger when duty calls his speech was the opening appearance in a full week or so meetings with the British prime minister and the Queen, the G seven NATO and then there's also that conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin. But the first order of business was the thank you to the troops far from home. Seeing all of you is the best possible way to start this trip. That's Colonel Scott reporting. Cocoa New Year's time 607 warning if you take your dog Near.

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"nine troops" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:12 min | 6 months ago

"nine troops" Discussed on AP News

"P news. I'm Ed Donahue. President Biden's first overseas trip in office has started. He arrived in Britain for the G seven summit. Hello? The president spoke to troops upon his arrival, National security advisor Jake Sullivan says President Biden wants to see more sharing of coronavirus vaccine at this summit. I don't anticipate contention on the issue of vaccines, I anticipate convergence. Because we're all converging around the idea that we need to boost vaccine supply in a number of ways, a source tells the AP President Biden is expected to announce tomorrow the U. S will buy 500 Million more doses of the Pfizer vaccine to share through the Global Kovacs alliance. A federal watchdog is out with a report on why racial justice protesters were forcibly cleared from an area near the White House. Last year. Demonstrators protesting George Floyd's death were forced out of Lafayette Park with pepper pellets and flash bang. Half hour before then President Trump walked across the park for a photo op, The Interior Department's inspector general, says Park police did not break up the protest because of Trump, but rather solar contractor could start installing new fencing, the report says. While the move was justified, law enforcement agencies did not communicate well enough with each other or with protesters about the crackdown, which critics say was politically motivated. Sagar Megane Washington There's a search for two people in San Antonio, Texas, wanted for a shooting at a local air force base. Officials at joint base San Antonio Lackland say the two fired shots toward an area where based personnel were training before running off. No injuries were reported. The Marine Corps is relieving Major General Robert Castel be of his duties for failing to properly trained Marines and sailors and evaluate the platoon before an exercise last summer when their seafaring tanks sank off Southern California. Nine troops were killed. This is a P news The National Ski Areas Association reports a strong rebound despite the pandemic visits by skiers to US resorts totaled 59 million for the season, the National Ski Areas Association says. That's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from utter uncertainty to a top 10 season. What a year. Many resorts were forced to close in spring of 2020 in the U. S ski industry lost at least $2 billion that winter. But about seven months later, the chairlift started running again, with guests embracing a new normal, wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lifts only with their own group. The average U. S ski area was opened 13 days longer than last year, and many small and medium sized ski areas performed well because more guests chose to stay close to home for their ski trips. I'm Jennifer King to British women. Apparently sisters are recovering from a crocodile attack in a lagoon along Mexico's southern Pacific border. One of the women underwent surgery and was in an induced coma. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute. President Biden's first overseas trip since he took office has started. He's in Britain first stop the G seven summit, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan says leaders will come together on vaccines. I.

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"nine troops" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:18 min | 6 months ago

"nine troops" Discussed on AP News

"Morning. My job was to pick a V. I just got one Rich. Earlier, they got reporters traveling to Europe before the president. A swarm of cicadas overran the press charter plane at joint base, Andrews delaying the flight by several hours. It was swapped for another, which took off for the UK about 4.5 hours before Air Force One left. Soccer Megane Washington, The president first goes to Britain for the G seven summit. His trip will wrap up next week with the summit in Geneva with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The president is also looking to rally allies on their coronavirus response and to urge them to work together around a strategy to check emerging economic and national security competitor China. May Donahue in the global race to vaccinate people against Covid 19. Africa's tragically at the back of the pack in South Africa. With the continent's most robust economy, only 0.8% of the population is fully vaccinated. In Nigeria. It's 0.1%. Kenya is even lower and Uganda has recalled doses from rural areas because it doesn't have nearly enough to fight outbreaks in big cities. The continent of 1.3 billion people is facing a severe shortage of vaccine. At the same time, a new wave of infections is rising across Africa. I'm Zaria shakily. A P news. I'm Tim McGuire. President Biden's first stop on his first international trip is with US troops at a Royal Air Force base in England. The United States is back. And democracies of the world are standing together to tackle the toughest challenges and the issues that matter most to our future. Biden will meet with fellow G seven leaders in Britain before a NATO summit and Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva. The president says part of his goal is to show the U. S. And other democracies are strong. We have to discredit those who believe that the age of democracy is over as some of our Fellow nations believe Have to expose is false. The narrative that decrees of dictators Can match the speed and scale of the 21st challenges. Sources tell the AP The Biden administration is set to buy 500 million doses of Pfizer vaccine to share with some of the world's poorest nations. Soccer Madani has more, according to people familiar with the plan. President Biden tomorrow will announce the administration's going to buy 500 million doses for sharing through the Global Kovacs alliance to help Donate more doses to poor countries around the world. White House National security advisor Jake Sullivan would not confirm the plan while flying to Europe with the president. Sources say 200 million doses would be shared this year and the rest in the first half of next year. The announcement comes days after the White House unveiled plans to start sharing America's existing vaccines surplus with other nations. Saga or Megane Washington. A report from the Interior Department's inspector general says last summer's decision by Park police to forcibly clear racial justice protesters from an area in front of the White House was so a contractor could install a new fence. Investigation also found that Park police didn't know then President Trump's plan to stage a photo opportunity at a church near the park. This is a P news Echo and ring device owners have been worn. Amazon may let others use your WiFi. You can do a lot with an Amazon smart device. Alexa Buy me a TV, Amazon launched a program that forces users of many eco smart speakers and ring security cameras to automatically share a small portion of their home wireless bandwidth with neighbors. It can be turned off by the user. It's called Amazon Sidewalk, The company says it's a way to make sure light smart locks and other gadgets outside the house and out of reach of WiFi. Keep working. Would you like to buy it? There are questions about privacy and security. One expert says hackers could potentially infiltrate home networks through sidewalk I'm Ed Donahue. Marine. Major General Robert Castellvi, then commander of the first Marine division at Camp Pendleton in Southern California, is relieved of duty for failing to properly trained Marines and sailors before an exercise last summer when their seafaring amphibious vehicles sank, killing nine troops. I'm Tim Maguire, AP News.

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"nine troops" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:10 min | 6 months ago

"nine troops" Discussed on AP News

"News. I'm Ed Donahue, president Biden's first overseas trip in office has started. He arrived in Britain for the G seven summit. Hello? The president spoke to troops upon his arrival, National security advisor Jake Sullivan says President Biden wants to see more sharing of coronavirus vaccine at this summit. I don't anticipate contention on the issue of vaccines, I I anticipate convergence. Because we're all converging around the idea that we need to boost vaccine supply in a number of ways, a source tells the AP President Biden is expected to announce tomorrow the U. S will buy 500 Million More doses of the Pfizer vaccine to share through the Global Kovacs alliance federal watchdog is out with a report on why racial justice protesters were forcibly cleared from an area near the White House. Last year. Demonstrators protesting George Floyd's death were forced out of Lafayette Park with pepper pellets and flash bang. Half hour before then President Trump walked across the park for a photo op. The Interior Department's inspector general's as park. Police did not break up the protest because of Trump, but rather solar contractor could start installing new fencing, the report says. While the move was justified, law enforcement agencies did not communicate well enough with each other or with protesters about the crackdown, which critics say was politically motivated. Sagar Megane Washington There's a search for two people in San Antonio, Texas, wanted for a shooting at a local air force base. Officials at joint base San Antonio Lackland say the two fired shots toward an area where based personnel were training before running off. No injuries were reported. The Marine Corps is relieving Major General Robert Castel be of his duties for failing to properly trained Marines and sailors and evaluate the platoon before an exercise last summer when their seafaring tanks sank off Southern California. Nine troops were killed. This is a P news The National Ski Areas Association reports a strong rebound despite the pandemic visits by skiers to US resorts totaled 59 million for the season, the National Ski Areas Association says. That's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from utter uncertainty to a top 10 season. What a year. Many resorts were forced to close in spring of 2020 in the U. S ski industry lost at least $2 billion that winter. But about seven months later, the chairlift started running again, with guests embracing a new normal, wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lifts only with their own group. The average U. S ski area was opened 13 days longer than last year, and many small and medium sized ski areas performed well because more guests chose to stay close to home for their ski trips. I'm Jennifer King to British women. Apparently sisters are recovering from a crocodile attack in a lagoon along Mexico's southern Pacific border. One of the women underwent surgery and was in an induced coma. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network for News on the go Private AP Mobile AB get breaking US International news from the world's most.

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"nine troops" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:11 min | 6 months ago

"nine troops" Discussed on AP News

"Jennifer King. AP News I'm Ed Donahue, President Biden's first overseas trip in office has started. He arrived in Britain for the G seven summit. Hello? The president spoke to troops upon his arrival, National security advisor Jake Sullivan says President Biden wants to see more sharing of coronavirus vaccine at this summit. I don't anticipate contention on the issue of vaccines, I anticipate convergence. Because we're all converging around the idea that we need to boost vaccine supply in a number of ways, a source tells the AP President Biden is expected to announce tomorrow the U. S will buy 500 Million More doses of the Pfizer vaccine to share through the Global Kovacs alliance federal watchdog is out with a report on why racial justice protesters were forcibly cleared from an area near the White House. Last year. Demonstrators protesting George Floyd's death were forced out of Lafayette Park with pepper pellets and flash bang. Half hour before then President Trump walked across the park for a photo op, The Interior Department's inspector general, says Park police did not break up the protest because of Trump, but rather solar contractor could start installing new fencing, the report says. While the move was justified, law enforcement agencies did not communicate well enough with each other or with protesters about the crackdown, which critics say was politically motivated. Sander Megane Washington There's a search for two people in San Antonio, Texas, wanted for a shooting at a local air force base. Officials at joint base San Antonio Lackland say the two fired shots toward an area where based personnel were training before running off. No injuries were reported. The Marine Corps is relieving Major General Robert Castel be of his duties for failing to properly trained Marines and sailors and evaluate the platoon before an exercise last summer when their seafaring tanks sank off Southern California. Nine troops were killed. This is a P news The National Ski Areas Association reports a strong rebound despite the pandemic visits by skiers to US resorts totaled 59 million for the season, the National Ski Areas Association says. That's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from utter uncertainty to a top 10 season. What a year. Many resorts were forced to close in spring of 2020 in the U. S ski industry lost at least $2 billion that winter. But about seven months later, the chairlift started running again, with guests embracing a new normal wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lifts only with their own group. The average U. S ski area was opened 13 days longer than last year, and many small and medium sized skiing. I'm Jennifer King to British women. Apparently sisters are recovering from a crocodile attack in a lagoon along Mexico's southern Pacific border. One of the women underwent surgery and was in an induced coma. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News 80 News. I met Donna here. The Interior Department's inspector general determined the decision last summer to forcibly clear racial justice. Protesters from an area in front of the White.

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"nine troops" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:10 min | 6 months ago

"nine troops" Discussed on AP News

"News. I'm Ed Donahue, president Biden's first overseas trip in office has started. He arrived in Britain for the G seven summit. Hello? The president spoke to troops upon his arrival, National security advisor Jake Sullivan says President Biden wants to see more sharing of coronavirus vaccine at this summit. I don't anticipate contention on the issue of vaccines, I anticipate convergence. Because we're all converging around the idea that we need to boost vaccine supply in a number of ways, a source tells the AP President Biden is expected to announce tomorrow the U. S will buy 500 Million More doses of the Pfizer vaccine to share through the Global Kovacs alliance federal watchdog is out with a report on why racial justice protesters were forcibly cleared from an area near the White House. Last year. Demonstrators protesting George Floyd's death were forced out of Lafayette Park with pepper pellets and flash bang. Half hour before then President Trump walked across the park for a photo op, The Interior Department's inspector general, says Park police did not break up the protest because of Trump, but rather solar contractor could start installing new fencing, the report says. While the move was justified, law enforcement agencies did not communicate well enough with each other or with protesters about the crackdown, which critics say was politically motivated. Sagar Megane Washington There's a search for two people in San Antonio, Texas, wanted for a shooting at a local air force base. Officials at joint base San Antonio Lackland say the two fired shots toward an area where based personnel were training before running off. No injuries were reported. The Marine Corps is relieving Major General Robert Castel v of his duties for failing to properly trained Marines and sailors and evaluate the platoon before an exercise last summer when their seafaring tanks sank off Southern California. Nine troops were killed. This is a P news The National Ski Areas Association reports a strong rebound despite the pandemic visits by skiers to US resorts totaled 59 million for the season, the National Ski Areas Association says. That's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from utter uncertainty to a top 10 season. What a year. Many resorts were forced to close in spring of 2020 in the U. S ski industry lost at least $2 billion that winter. But about seven months later, the chairlift started running again, with guests embracing a new normal, wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lifts only with their own group. The average U. S ski area was opened 13 days longer than last year, and many small and medium sized ski areas performed well because more guests chose to stay close to home for their ski trips. I'm Jennifer King to British women. Apparently sisters are recovering from a crocodile attack in a lagoon along Mexico's southern Pacific border. One of the women underwent surgery and was in an induced coma. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network for news on the go Try the AP Mobile Lab get breaking US International news from the world's most trusted news source,.

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"nine troops" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:39 min | 6 months ago

"nine troops" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Brady Fox News this after an incident that has a military base on lockdown. Lackland Air Force Base part of joint base, San Antonio is restricting access on and off the facility after reports of an active shooter, according to a base statement. Shots were fired from off the base towards trainees on the grounds it is believed to shooters are responsible, and they left the scene on foot talks is going on. Scott. For now, a search continues. Base officials say no one was hit by gunfire. President Biden and the first lady moments ago thanking families and troops for their service at the first stop on his first foreign trip as president, an Air Force base in England on the way to the G seven summit. The U. S labor chief does not think enhanced unemployment benefits are stopping people from going back to work $300 a week federal boost to state unemployment benefits is not to blame for workers shortages in some sectors, Labor Secretary Marty Wolf told a House panel. I think people are concerned about their public health, Walsh notes. Millions of Americans are still not fully vaccinated, and there have been, he says, inefficiencies to work out childcare and hybrid school situations. The encouraging signs are that the last four months we've seen in addition of 540,000 new jobs added to the economy for each the last four months, several states are opting out of the enhanced benefits in an effort to boost employment boxes. Jared Halpern on Capitol Hill, a US general, is out of a job relieved of his duties for failing to prop Really trained Marines and sailors before training exercise last summer that left nine troops dead when their seafaring tank sank off the southern California coast. Investigators say the accident.

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"nine troops" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

02:25 min | 6 months ago

"nine troops" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Call me My daughter is missing on July 24th 2016 23 year old Kaylee Sawyer vanished from her small Oregon town had to be something reasonable. Didn't even cross my mind that there was anything other than just something explainable. But the story of who killed her and how takes wild twists and turns until a woman a second woman kidnapped and then that's when he just like Started basically yelling. I need to start a search for possible shooters in Texas on Lisa Brady Fox News this after an incident that has a military base on lockdown. Lackland Air Force Base part of joint base, San Antonio, is restricting access on and off the facility after reports of an active shooter. According to a base statement. Shots were fired from off the base towards trainees on the grounds it is believed to shooters are responsible, and they left the scene on foot boxes Gurnal Scott For now, a search continues. Base officials say no one was hit by gunfire President Biden and the first lady moments ago thanking families and troops for their service. At the first stop on his first foreign trip as president, an Air Force base in England on the way to the G seven summit. The U. S labor chief does not think enhanced unemployment benefits are stopping people from going back to work $300 a week federal boost to state unemployment benefits is not to blame for workers shortages in some sectors, Labor Secretary Marty Walsh told a House panel. I think people are concerned about their public health, Walsh notes. Millions of Americans are still not fully vaccinated and there have been, he says, inefficiencies to workout childcare and hybrid school situations. The encouraging signs are that the last four months we've seen in addition of 540,000 new jobs added to the economy for each last four months, several states are opting out of the enhanced benefits in an effort to boost employment boxes. Jared Halpern on Capitol Hill, a US general, is out of a job relieved of his duties for failing to prop Really trained Marines and sailors before training exercise last summer that left nine troops dead when their seafaring tank sank off the southern California coast. Investigators say the accident last July was caused by inadequate training and maintenance and poor judgment by commanders. The general had already been suspended from his post as inspector general for the Marine Corps. America is listening to Fox News..

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"nine troops" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:36 min | 6 months ago

"nine troops" Discussed on 600 WREC

"55. W E. R C A search for possible shooters in Texas and Lisa Brady Fox News this after an incident that has a military base on lockdown. Lackland Air Force Base part of joint base, San Antonio is restricting access on and off the facility after reports of an active shooter. According to a base statement. Shots were fired from off the base towards trainees on the grounds it is believed to shooters are responsible, and they left the scene on foot boxes Gurnal Scott For now, a search continues. Base officials say no one was hit by gunfire President Biden and the first lady moments ago thanking families and troops for their service. At the first stop on his first foreign trip as president, an Air Force base in England on the way to the G seven summit. The U. S labor chief does not think enhanced unemployment benefits are stopping people from going back to work $300 a week federal boost state unemployment benefits is not to blame for workers shortages in some sectors, Labor Secretary Marty Walsh told a House panel. I think people are concerned about the public health Walsh notes. Millions of Americans are still not fully vaccinated, and there have been, he says, inefficiencies to work out childcare and hybrid school situations. The encouraging signs are that the last four months we've seen in addition to 540,000 new jobs added to the economy for each the last four months, several states are opting out of the enhanced benefits in an effort to boost employment boxes. Jared Halpern on Capitol Hill, a US general, is out of a job relieved of his duties for failing to prop Really trained Marines and sailors before training exercise last summer that left nine troops dead when their seafaring tank sank off the southern California coast. Investigators say the accident last July was caused by inadequate training and maintenance and poor judgment by commanders. The general had already been suspended from his post as inspector general for the Marine Corps. America is listening to Fox News. It's 33 NewsRadio one Oh 55. W E. R C Red flags are flying at Alabama beaches where another swimmer has died. Witnesses say a man swimming off Fort Morgan signaled he was in distress. Beachgoers jumped in and pulled him to shore and began CPR. Witness Lando Weems telling Wkrg television. The man appeared to be communicating. They asked, Was he okay? And he gave a thumbs up and I mean it was Less than five minutes later. He has been drug out of the water. I mean, it just Having that? Hey,.

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"nine troops" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:54 min | 6 months ago

"nine troops" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Lisa Brady Fox News this after an incident that has a military base on lockdown, Lackland Air Force Base part of joint base. San Antonio is restricting access on and off the facility after reports of an active shooter, according to a base statement. Shots were fired from Off the base towards trainees on the grounds it is believed to shooters are responsible, and they left the scene on foot boxes. Gurnal Scott For now, a search continues. Base officials say no one was hit by gunfire. President Biden and the first lady moments ago thanking families and troops for their service. At the first stop on his first foreign trip as president, an Air Force base in England on the way to the G seven summit, the U. S labor chief does not think enhanced unemployment benefits are stop. Keeping people from going back to work $300 a week federal boost to state unemployment benefits is not to blame for workers shortages in some sectors, Labor Secretary Marty Walsh told a House panel. I think people are concerned about their public health, Walsh notes. Millions of Americans are still not fully vaccinated in there have been, he says. Inefficiencies to workout childcare and hybrid school situations. The encouraging signs are that the last four months we've seen in addition of 540,000 new jobs Added to the economy feature last four months, several states are opting out of the enhanced benefits in an effort to boost employment boxes. Jared Helper and on Capitol Hill, A US general is out of a job relieved of his duties for failing to properly trained Marines and sailors before training exercise last summer that left nine troops dead when their seafaring tank Sank off the southern California coast. Investigators say the accident last July was caused by inadequate training and maintenance and poor judgment by commanders. The general had already been suspended from his post as inspector general for the Marine Corps. America is listening to Fox News..

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"nine troops" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:56 min | 6 months ago

"nine troops" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Home. Just tell Alexa or Google to play KSFO a search for possible shooters in Texas and Lisa Brady Fox News this after an incident that has a military base on lockdown. Lackland Air Force Base part of joint base, San Antonio is restricting access on and According to a base statement. Shots were fired from off the base towards trainees on the grounds it is believed to shooters are responsible, and they left the scene on foot boxes. Gurnal Scott For now, a search continues. Base officials say no one was hit by gunfire. President Biden and the first lady moments ago thanking families and troops for their service at the first stop on his first foreign trip as president, an Air Force base in England on the way To the G seven summit. The U. S labor chief does not think enhanced unemployment benefits are stopping people from going back to work $300 a week federal boost to state unemployment benefits is not to blame for workers shortages in some sectors, Labor Secretary Marty Walsh told a House panel. I think people are concerned about their public health, Walsh notes. Millions of Americans are still not fully vaccinated in there have been, he says. Inefficiencies to workout childcare and hybrid school situations. The encouraging signs are That the last four months we've seen in addition to 540,000 new jobs added to the economy for each the last four months, several states are opting out of the enhanced benefits in an effort to boost employment boxes. Jared Halpern on Capitol Hill, a US general, is out of a job relieved of his duties for failing to properly trained Marines and sailors before training exercise last summer. That left nine troops dead when their seafaring tank sank off the southern California coast. Investigators say the accident last July was caused by inadequate training and maintenance and poor judgment by commanders. The general had already been suspended from his post as inspector.

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"nine troops" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

17:23 min | 6 months ago

"nine troops" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Restoration specialist. If you become a victim this week only it's better than black friday. Save up to thirty five percent off your first year at lifelock dot com with promo code beck lifelock dot com promo code beck. You'll save thirty five percent this week. Only the sale is seven days so go to lifelock dot com. Use the promo code beck and save up to thirty five percents. Don't wait offer ends. June thirteenth loosening glenn beck program so yesterday was the anniversary of d day yesterday up in canada. A proclamation was signed On this day we are mindful that we must improve the culture and working conditions for our military. Our government is working hard to achieve long. Do cultural change in the canadian armed forces through measures to eliminate unacceptable conduct toxic culture discrimination violence and harassment since two thousand fifteen. We've taken important steps to do this. Including introducing clear policies around hateful conduct as as well as the establishment of the sexual misconduct response center We're also taking concrete steps to address sexual and gender based violence in the military. We're we're going to be investing in this and the new budget. Twenty twenty one and together. We'll build a defense team that reflects the best of canada and insurance a safe and inclusive inclusive working environment for all. You know the one thing you didn't mention was d day d day didn't mention dedaye. Pat give people a little glimpse on how different things were on d day compared to. Let's say the iraq war yup about the same number of men who have died in the entirety of the iraq. War died on the first day of the d day invasion pretty pretty serious battle and people are looking for justice and fairness. Yeah life isn't fair. why did they all die. Because we were fighting against real evil evil that said there is a superior race evil that said that man should not be free. The same sort of evil were fighting now all we are required to do is just stand up and speak out in our own neighborhoods the clinton program whether it's for work or play this summer. Take your ray cons with you. I'm at the ranch right now. And i'm going to be plugged in as i get onto my tractor. More of a bulldozer now and move some earth and then hit the hills. I'll be wearing a pair of ray. Khan wireless earbuds in my ears. So i can listen to podcast or you can listen to great music while i make. Hey if you will. You'll get chris. Powerful beats at half the price of other premium audio brands recons. They look great. They feel even better and they come in a range of cool colors with customizable gel tips included for comfortable in ear. Fit the most comfortable earbuds i've ever owned. Listen up on is offering fifteen percent off. It's just to by ray khan dot com slash beck. There you'll find fifteen percents off your entire recon order. It's a great deal. You want to grab a pair and despair. It's fifteen percent off. Now at by ray recon dot com slash beck america. Welcome to the glenn beck program. It is monday since since we're in this country where we all want to reimagine history. Thank goodness there's somebody that wanted to reimagine the d day invasion. We begin there and then tell you the truth in sixty seconds all right so over the weekend ran out of rough greens and no was not eating. And i haven't experienced this in three years to two years. How long have we been feeding this to about two years. I think and we used to have to stand at the bowl. Any practically you'd have to hand feed him well. I was back there at that nightmare again. Because i ran out of fruit grains didn't have the rough greens because i'm up at the ranch and so my wife flew in and she brought a bag of rough greens thank goodness because i had forgotten he just would need it he would need it And leave it in the bowl and he wouldn't nibble latte nothing. Unless i was standing right there in coaching them. Every day he take heed sniff it and then he'd look at me and it wasn't like i'm going to kill you unless you don't unless you give me a rough greens you're going stand here and watch me eat this. Aren't you because this is a sacrifice i'm making. I think that's what he was saying. Rough greens. I wanna make sure that your dog loves it as much as mine does so you get a free bag of rough greens just for your dog to try out all you pay for shipping just go to rough greens dot com slash back. Your dog likes it if your dog likes it half as much as mine your set and then you just watch the changes in your dogs. It's rough green dot com slash beck rough greens are you f- greens dot com slash back or you can call eight three three g. l. e. n. n. thirty three. That's eight three three glenn. Thirty three or rough greens dot com slash beck. All the news print today normandy france nineteen forty four in a surprise aggressive move. American british troops landed yesterday on the beaches of normandy. Germany's transocean news service reports. The germans simply vacationing in the sleepy hamlets of this coastal region were awakened by the ships. Planes guns and bombs of this sneak attack brave. German tourists quickly ran to the bunkers as and began returning fire to protect their french. Brothers and sisters. Germany has already been subject to a horrifying three hundred and sixty three air raids by the allied air forces in an attempt to terrorize citizens. British bombers have already dropped over forty five thousand tons of bombs while american aircraft dropped twenty three thousand tons nearly one point. Seven million people have been forced from their homes creating what the united nations has called. The greatest refugee problem in history. Many fleeing germans only stopped briefly to say their goodbyes to their friends that they had made the various camps throughout germany and poland. The attack on normandy coast was an oppressive show of military. Might the allied forces have amassed the largest armata in human history building a harbour where none previously existed and sneaking into it unnoticed on college campuses student organizations have held vigils protests and riots to condemn this illegal occupation. They know that deaths in germany have numbered in the millions while americans have had relatively few casualties perhaps only one hundred thousand two hundred thousand. If the number of vacationers in german camps are included that german death count increases by another six million. It's obvious from the numbers of this. Militant operations is nothing more than attempt to murder innocent germans and wipe out their culture. The league of nations have labeled this action illegal under international law protests are occurring in all major cities today with demonstrators shouting that they will support the indigenous people of germany against the occupying allied forces. And they will not stop until this disproportionate is halted and the imperialist. Invading military is funded american heroes such as charles lindbergh in henry. Ford have come out strongly against this. Illegal and heartbreaking invasion that has resulted in the deaths of innocent germans. Of course some known deplorables like communist charlie chaplin and b movie actor ronald reagan have stood by america and foolishly proclaimed that this invasion is needed for the self defense and do quote save western civilization end quote as if western civilization where somehow superior to others such as the aryan civilization american corporations including coca cola. Mgm ford motor company general motors and ibm have all declared that they are in operating mode with solidarity with their oppress german brethren they will be donating money to the german lives matter group and step up their hiring of dramatic americans the squad consisting of mildred x.'s. Sally gillers and william lord haw joyce been sitting for interviews with the press doing radio and television shows to get the word out about their cause to make americans aware that they're politicians are being dishonest and immoral and also advising the allied soldiers that their wives are cheating on them back home from the comfort of his simple bunker. The constant german leader adolf hitler stated the germany simply wants to reclaim land that was forcefully and illegally taken from it in nineteen eighteen austria hungary czechoslovakia yugoslavia romania and poland. If these stolen lands returned there would be peace. He said the league of nations condemned the allies for their unequal response and called for an end to the cycle of violence. league officials. Hope that a ceasefire can be obtained before germany has been overrun and the allies institute. Their own government as these officials have discovered a secret. Marshall plan that. Surely willie impose martial law on germany and result in the end of the german reich which was intended to last a thousand years. And that's the news written by. Bob seidman hits you go back in time. That's not what happened but that's the way it would be told today by today's media. We have our good friend. David patricia With us and he is. He's an author of some of the best history books out there. He's got new book out. That david i wanna have yawn called Too long ago. Maybe we'll do a friday special with you. We wanted to talk to him about the anniversary of d day. David pedroza is with us now. Hi david hello. So where do we even begin with. D day that our our schools are not learning about our children. Aren't learning anything about it. Gives us the highlights of what people really need to understand. And how brave daring and deadly. This thing was it could have gone terribly terribly wrong and There are two reasons for thinking that it was the biggest amphibious invasion in world history Hundred and fifty thousand soldiers there one hundred thirty thousand on the beach twenty thousand airborne coming in behind german lines and there had been a practice run in nineteen forty two with canadian troops at the french port of dieppe with a senate six thousand troops and there were four thousand casualties. The good news about it is. They learned everything what not to do have more naval bombardments. Have more air power striking. Have a more flexible plan. Don't go into a port go into beaches. And so they learn from that but even then in april of nineteen forty four. They have a training exercise with twenty three thousand Allied american troops in the south of england seven hundred and forty nine troops die in a training exercise when some germany boats attack. So things can go wrong. Things did go wrong. Tanks floundered off the tides put the. Us soldiers maybe a mile away on utah beach so they landed in the wrong spot. That's when theodore roosevelt junior. A general fifty-six-year-old lands on the beach looks around says. Hey nothing's right here wearing the wrong place and then he says the war starts from here. Tell me about the canadians. Excited not heard that. And i know that canadians were being held by the germans and they were massacred by the ss during this weren't they. That's true they land and juno beach which is which is snuck between the british beaches of sword and gold and there are a number of them captured and it starts with one massacre of about twenty canadians. And it's an ss regiment Their shot right in the back of the head. There's no question about that. This is a massacre of seville of prisoners and about a hundred and forty in total are shot right away by these characters. The canadians Arrest the hot common day in. And they bring him back to kennedy. He's the first person ever tried for war crimes in canada. He sentenced to death. But you know how they say. Oh you can't have the death penalty. We just have life without parole. This guy is out in ten years after being sentenced to death. Oh my gosh. oh my gosh. So when they i mean. I know that eisenhower had a letter that he had sent that because they really expected that this could be just a disaster. I mean they more more people on that one day. Then we've lost in the fifteen years in iraq And it's it was a it literally a bloodbath and it could have been much worse than he had in his pocket. I believe or he sent out a letter to be read in case it was a disaster taking all of the blame on himself. Yeah he he knew That if it went badly if it was a disaster he'd be out of there anyway so he knew he had a man man up. What's say about his about his Character i mean who does that. That one would make a lot of excuses but there were no excuses with him. There's a great interview an hour and a half with walter cronkite. Which he did twenty years afterwards. You can watch it on youtube and you can see his command of details of who was here. They're over that hill. What unit there were how many people were were involved and what the implications of everything was this. They had the right guy in charge there and also he was a diplomat some very prickly personalities involved not just patent but bernard montgomery was particularly at loggerheads with eisenhower and. He made the whole thing work. It's it's we. Focus on the heroism and the blood and the guts but it's really as much a triumph of planning immense planning down to soil samples and what the gradient of the beach will be and all these technical details as it is about the bullets flying and of course intelligence planting ideas and the germans that they're going to land somewhere else up the french coast at calais and so the germans don't bring enough troops in even once the fighting starts. They think we have twice as many troops stationed in britain than we actually have that there be an invasion of norway or at the pas-de-calais and the normandy even when it pops is going to be just a faint a fake out in to get us to get them distracted before we hit with the big one and.

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"nine troops" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"nine troops" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Talking ninety nine troop withdrawal ahead cyber in security update I'm Evan handing an announcement that the trump administration will draw down about four thousand troops from Afghanistan could come as early as next week we're being told by US officials that if this tried and actually does take place that the bulk of the remaining US forces will be focus on counterterrorism operations targeting groups like al Qaeda and the local ISIS affiliate and where did the where the mission will kind of have a set back a little bit will be training local Afghan forces will be reducing the number of U. S. advisers to the local Afghan troops correspondent Ryan Braun another report of a hacker who turned a family's ring security camera into a peeping Tom a Kansas family was relaxing at home when a stranger's voice began commenting on every single move they may even complementing their Christmas tree it looking really really good guys hello the dead quickly disconnected the security system but not before the voice yelled at his little girl and mom says she still scared our daughter is still creeped out she couldn't fall asleep that night and I slept with her every night since because she's so scared well the family scared too the hacker sent them a pizza to let them know he knows where they live ring says it has no evidence of an unauthorized intrusion and said we could count security could be to blame the house is scheduled to vote on the articles of impeachment against president trump on Wednesday correspondent Jeff Zeleny says some freshman Democrats want speaker Nancy Pelosi to draft congressman Justin Ammash as impeachment manager for the expected Senate trial he is a former Republican on independent congressman from Michigan he's been a you know he's in speaking out against the president more than most any other Republican member of Congress and they thought it was for to add some credibility to the staff in being one of the impeachment managers that's essentially one of the the prosecutors if you will from the house side when this goes into a trial in the Senate in such a trial sixty seven senators would have to vote to convict I'm Evan.

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"nine troops" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"nine troops" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"On the road with them in the van you never know skirts up by the power knobs love this band I don't know what happened to my only up to see these up maybe more only only aware of to think that Detroit the power not they do that a really cool song called my babies in the CIA she changes resumes like others change their dirty underwear well that's not in this tune right here this is a skirts up off their own extra the insulting about music Friday when I come in on a a me my posted I'm trying to figure out what the country these guys are with another Israeli or American but that it shows two guys to straight up sheep dog warriors armed to the teeth charging forward looks like they've got the if you are the their fifteens but I think that's what the what the hold near and then they've got the nine troops strapped to them they've got harnesses to cure the dogs in the action other dogs are muzzled and now it says I love this and says you're not a bad **** until you've into you carry a holstered attack dog into a gun fight and that's a fact this is incredible but you got to see this picture of standing god bless you sheep dogs everywhere thank you thank you she ducks thank you your number one for the sheep dogs we do a well distended you're being a girl music but you we wouldn't have anything that we have in America I'm a stone and how many people bad mouth that try to make it solid America's horrible in fact I've got one right here and I don't know how he's got a job teaching muses **** kicked you really does kind is an S. weapon he's a professor at Yale University I mean that seals the deal right there it is news network he's making the case is but it's it's a woman's woman she needs as well Emily Jane del Emily does not some pretentious Emily Emily Jane del she's a Yale professor she says people live better in the Soviet Union then under Donald Trump that is an absurd insane crazy statement that doesn't have any any whatsoever leg to stand really I mean how how is it that management as a boulder until say the dean's office and set a up only not cut off this makes no sense at all you're making us look bad your even make an Jody Watson and foster a good record agree Yale Law School professor Emily Jane del argued on Twitter this week the people live better under the Soviet Union Americans to under president trump according to a report on the campus reform Yale Law School professor family praised the quality of life in Soviet Union a treaty was publicist Ricardo claims that she has spoken with many people who lived under the Soviet Union all of them argue their quality of life was better than it is now do you know the end of the Soviet Union right up to the bitter end more often than not you were standing in line to get food let's give us will only worse on many fronts some a little better but you might stand in line all day and whose told her of lore anger was talking about that because she was over there in the eighties but I've heard people to say that they beat did stand in line they have somebody have to hold their place and have to pay somebody or somehow trade some other food for some instant online forum if the computer all day he might be there all day and we got up there there's an orange left yeah and two loaves of bread that's it so and you get up to like five o'clock in the morning to go down and stand in line much like you do the driver's license bureau now but this woman is insane every single person I have asked in Central Asia and Eastern Europe over the past decade and a half SO life was better of the service a hundred percent now think about that the people of let's say the pool she's drawing from think about America has this **** ever gone to a Kroger Emily ever into a Kroger Yale professor Emily Jane doc how many you you cats and kittens under distant universe to Michigan how do you know this check I know some of you do I don't listen to me but if you are this this woman is a serious school take Emily the next time you're hanging out yell or she comes to you about particular Kroger walk up and down the aisles well coming down the aisle shore every single thing that's there that the Soviet Union and then take her to maybe an auto parts store and shore everything available there as an integral to a Los earn our home depot it's it's it's truly defies logic that the world's agenda driven she's got she can't really believe that but she had to say it because it's an agenda they have to destroy America one or another they're going to do it by any means necessary that's the game plan for the play by Saul and ski and this chick is drinking the Kool aid because it's time it's time for in in a quite yet let's give it another yeah okay I got those ten seconds but I want you to think about that your kids are going to school and they're here in the stuff not just at Yale and their hearing things like this are things even more absurd just so they can destroy Donald Trump and bring about a Clinton Obama fantasy camp global socialist regime you're on the edge alternative what music Friday now they stop the bad.

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"nine troops" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"nine troops" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"Welcome to the monitor daily podcast. It's Tuesday, June four. Thanks for joining us. I'm Dave Scott. And I'm Hendra. Nordine. Bianco. As the US embarks on another presidential election voters might consider one of the lessons Finland has learned fighting Russian, disinformation know, thyself, the mole report documents, how Russian agents spread false information using Facebook Twitter YouTube, and Instagram to exacerbate divisions among US voters and Russian trolls stoked anger by creating fake online groups for gun rights, LGBTQ rights, and racial, Justice luring, hundreds of thousands of American followers from the left and right. Those efforts continue the intent is to so distrust an instability, so that a democracy, crumbles from within Finland has battled Kremlin disinformation since it broke away from its neighbor, a century ago. But since twenty fourteen the Finns have been teaching citizens how to protect themselves. From fake news, online Finland's, Yosi, see van tells CNN that the first line of defense is the kindergarten teacher right through high school. Students are taught to combine fact checking with critical thinking the Finns also have a superpower said jed Willard of Harvard University in Cambridge Massachusetts. The fans have very unique and special strength. And that they know who they are, and who they are as directly rooted and human rights and the rule of law. He says, so the best weapon against manipulation being led digitally astray doesn't originate online. It starts with an individual's clear sense of identity and core values. Is that a uniquely finish trait now to our five selected stories including? Why some Chinese dissidents are still hopeful a surprisingly democratic battle over park land in Russia. And the power of a warm shower to uplift. Our first story criticized by the left wing of their party. These Democrats say they are affectively, reviving, the principle of pragmatism in an increasingly polarized government. The congressional blue dog coalition was founded nearly a quarter century ago. It's founders were conservative Democrats, many from the south who were focused on fiscal responsibility, and national defense in recent years as polarization intensified on Capitol Hill. It's numbers had dwindled to the point of near extinction that changed after this last mid term the so called Blue Wave brought to congress forty two Democrats who had flipped their districts and brought the blue dogs back up to twenty seven that number positions them to influence legislation. Given the Democrats eighteen seat house majority today's resurgent blue dogs say they're sticking to the original vision of providing an alternative to the party's liberal wing, but they're decidedly, not the blue dogs of old, many push back against being labeled conservative or even moderate, Florida, Representative Stephanie Murphy, one of the groups co-chairs prefers pragmatic Democrats and their current membership reflects how much the demographic and geographic profiles of the Democratic Party has changed and how much the political center has shifted. Those who say, it's an old white southern caucus, I tell them they haven't seen the blue dogs lately, says democratic Representative make you Cheryl of New Jersey. This story was reported by Jessica Mendoza in Washington for the monitor. On the thirtieth anniversary of the Tian massacre. I reporter talks with three exile dissidence about why those protests continue to inspire an expectation of progress on human rights in China. It was a golden era for Mavericks in China's news media, compared with today. Thirty years ago. John wig wha was a reporter, and one of the young intellectuals and activists leading the boldest movement for democracy ever seen in communist China protests, calling for free, speech press freedom and democratic reforms engulfed Beijing's Tiananmen Square and spread to dozens of cities nationwide after several weeks on June third and fourth of nineteen eighty nine troops with tanks pushed into the capital opening fire with machine guns on civilians jail than force. Into exile..

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"nine troops" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"nine troops" Discussed on WJR 760

"Defend troops. There are loading but did not get up to a helicopter. So they were sitting ducks. Yes. Eight troops against the battalion. And. So I had vice they're lifting down commander, whomever know that I would go back in to pick them up not knowing exactly whether that helicopter could possibly get yet. That many poll now nine troops. Because I never had anything. We normally operated with about five or six troops in the d-mont. Will you had no defense against the the North Vietnamese fighters who were going to be attacking you as you flew into rescue these men. Well, no because in the air force had left, and they artillery had shut down gunships had gone home. And the landing zone which clear, but couldn't retrieve them. So anyway, the only thing I really had my favorite. I guess if there'd be any would be the element of surprise. I turn the rest of the fight over to number two with instructions to take them back to follow and medical facilities. Joining and I told him that I would simply break off when I got up being the landing zone again. I would break off and go back in and pick up the. Our conversation with the late Charles kettles, the congressional medal of honor winner awardee I should say because you're awarded the medal of honor for what you do in. And going above and beyond the call of duty. And he certainly did in Vietnam saving forty people that day, and there's still more to the story. And we'll continue it here on the Frank Beckmann show our conversation at the Michigan heroes museum with Charles kettles nearly two years ago now April of twenty seventeen and it was absolute honor to meet him at the heroes museum in Frankenmuth. We'll come back and continue dot org in.

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