35 Burst results for "Normandy"

Contrast to Marxist Belief, Our U.S. Military Are Noble Soldiers

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Contrast to Marxist Belief, Our U.S. Military Are Noble Soldiers

"Some four million American soldiers were mobilized to fight Germany, Austria, Hungary, Bulgaria in the Ottoman Empire. Over 116,000 Americans perished. Parrish. It won't work to more than 16 million American soldiers fought the German Nazis, Japan and Italy over 400,000 lost their lives. Sicily and Zia Atlantic. Normandy. Operation Dragoon the Bulge, he would Jima, Guadalcanal. Tearaway SaiPan, Okinawa, Too many to name During the Cold War with the Soviet Union. American soldiers fought the spread of communism, including in Korea. With the Soviet Chinese backed communists in the northern part of Korea Peninsula invaded the South. Over 5,700,000 Americans were engaged in that war, nearly 34,000 lost their lives. Almost three million Americans served in uniform in the Vietnam War, which was intended to prevent again the Soviet and Chinese backed Communist, in other words and part of that country from taking over the South. Over 58,000 American soldiers lost their lives. There have been many battles since. Including but not limited to Iraq and Afghanistan. And the war on terrorism. Contrary to the American Marxist slur that America is an imperial colonising force. Our soldiers are noble warriors. Of fought and died and still do. To protect and liberate the oppressed from one end of the world to the other. And, regardless of religion, skin, colour, ethnicity or race of the victimized And unlike some of our enemies, we do not seek to conquer other countries for the purpose of occupation and territorial

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Sen. Ted Cruz on Infrastructure Bill: 'This Is Reckless and It's Unprecedented'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | 4 months ago

Sen. Ted Cruz on Infrastructure Bill: 'This Is Reckless and It's Unprecedented'

"The infrastructure bill maher. It's a nightmare. Ted cruz had a had a great explanation of this on capitol hill yesterday a us. Senator ted cruz from texas a smart guy and you absorb the two thousand pages of crap that the democrats including a number of republicans are signing off on who shame on these republicans. That's the usual suspects. It's mitt romney. But lindsey graham lindsey graham i. I know that he wants to get stuff done. You can't listen. You can't get this done. Senator lindsey graham. Please listen to your colleague. Senator ted cruz. These numbers are real. The put that in perspective indexed for inflation. The united states government spent four point one trillion dollars to win war to four point one trillion dollars to win world war two the greatest generation scaling the cliffs of normandy beating the nazis. The democrats in seven months are spending more than double what we spent to win. World war two. This is reckless. And it's

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Loosing Belief in the Afterlife Causes Cowardice With John Zmirak

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:12 min | 4 months ago

Loosing Belief in the Afterlife Causes Cowardice With John Zmirak

"As people lose faith in an afterlife. This life is everything. The next twenty to thirty years of takeout is the entire universe as i was saying in the previous segment. You don't believe in an afterlife or don't strongly believe in it. You're gonna cling to this one so desperately. I thank god at the invasion of normandy when our men got off those ships and had these horrendous casualties rates. I'm glad those were believers in god. I think if they had been modern liberal twitter consumers they would be weighing within months. Is it really worth risking the destruction of the entire universe. That is me. that's all i care about. Is it really worth joint. Care that much about concentration camps two thousand miles away. That's that affect me. Nazis probably won't conference the united states. I'm going to be fine. I'm not risking my life over this. That kind of selfish but covering looking out for number one leads to cowardice. It also leads to tierney. Anyone who will wear a mask won't take the dead baby vaccine is a threat to you entire universe

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Normandy Commemorates D-Day With Small Crowds, but Big Heart

AP News Radio

01:19 min | 6 months ago

Normandy Commemorates D-Day With Small Crowds, but Big Heart

"Several events have been held this weekend commemorating the seventy seventh anniversary of D. day when more than one hundred and fifty thousand allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy leading to the liberation of France and Europe from **** occupation upside the French village of bears to mass Sunday bagpipes and flyovers for the inauguration of the British Normandy memorial bearing the names of more than twenty two thousand under British command who were killed in the battle lord Edward Llewellyn British ambassador to France times have proudly in the Norman some overlooking gold beach facing her coronavirus travel restrictions kept most veterans from attending in person but some watched via livestream at Britain's national memorial arboretum shots shots that she stole money dead bodies on the beach at twenty Bernard Morgan was the youngest sergeant in the royal British Air Force to take part in the invasion that landing craft show and they jumped into the water unfortunately a lot of them were drowned because the kids will carry we shall have a the pullout jungle challenge Morgan says he remembers the friends he lost that day every time he puts on his medals I'm Ben Thomas

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"normandy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:21 min | 6 months ago

"normandy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"That opened the path through the so called impregnable Atlantic Wall. Between love and share a border in Normandy, the allied lightning strikes Banking up the mightiest invasion by air 4000 ships Combat and landing craft. Carry the war to the enemy by sea, the coast guard the Navy, the Air Force's land, hundreds of thousands of British Canadian stop right here. I'm afraid Minimum of commentary. But see all these white supremacists were We're attacking the Third Reich. In order to defeat the Third Reich and deliberate Most of Europe and deliberate the concentration camps. Mostly these white supremacists and many of the white supremacists who died that day. You can find there. Well, you can find them buried at Arlington National Cemetery, and some of them are still buried in France. Of course, what I'm doing is trying to tear a hole into the left and the way they treat us in our history. So many of these men they and everyone got to the beach. Were killed in their landing crafts as soon as that door flopped down. And you look at those who are pushing this agenda today. What the hell have they ever done to this country for this country? What the hell did Joe Biden Kamala Harris, Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi. These frauds AOC these people they take from the country. They disgust me. Go ahead. His doorstep within a few days. Isolating Sherborne with that strategic hubler is the immediate objective landings are made under a naval Bajaj. President Roosevelt said. Let our hearts be stout and later Germany is the first on the list for destruction. These troops bucking the choppy seas in the channel, he did his words. While landings were successful. We were not without our losses, H hour and the enemy's hedgehog defenses are ahead. This is the supreme Moment of invasion. This is frontal assault on an entrenched enemy. Heroic medical Corman removed wounded for return to England First bench of Nazi prisoners The Superman who believe their west Wall impregnable and of Frenchmen the home the Stars and Stripes spell Liberty. He's waited a long time for this. What he says wouldn't pass. Let's answer during the landings, The merciless pounding of the entire invasion area continues. Here is real pinpoint bombing. One of the last bridges between the invasion Constant Paris gets it. When the beachhead is established, heavier equipment has moved in reinforcements for those heroes who are bringing liberation to the people of Europe. The cost of our initial landing.

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"normandy" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

07:44 min | 10 months ago

"normandy" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

"A few years later from eighteen o eight onward the abbey change between wars sympathetic cans losing some buildings while maintaining others until those rox later in eighteen sixty three by a wealthy parisian man am delarue who moved in with his wife and two children. It didn't take very long dole to discover that this building there was very very troubled. The delarue family were not alone at at the mortimer. The old buildings were having trouble letting go their past. An old house can expect to have a few odd noises and an abundance so shadows in the beginning. That's the way it was two over the course of time. I'm talking months. Things became increasingly more unsettling and unexplainable events. They only escalated also. Meanwhile stroman across the lawns. Young people how saw a soft as the real light from the old library which remains locked the assumed it was their mother who is unable to sleep then as if their mother had invisible hands it could move lightning-fast all latches to the building on passing themselves. All handles were turn windows doors. Were slung. open. The young people manage to break into the library to discover. There was no one thousand ashley. Their paintings in the corridor on the first floor returned to the waldo into that or they had fallen to the floor without a broken string or loose nail. They've looked around completely and totally dumbfounded. Electric said the building started to fail. Rushed whispers could be heard echoing off the walls and hurried. Footsteps could be heard moving down. Empty corridors afraid of being caught. The young people went back to the house and next day. They ask their mother what she had been doing in the library. The night before by. She was behaving so strangely. She politely important that she had been sleeping soundly all through the evening. You had no idea what on earth work hockey about. Why room at the abbey was especially unsettling. This was the peak bedroom that looked out of towards the column here. We know about the road from m ller do who became the abbey's owner in the nineteen sixties. He experienced a terrifying amount of ghostly. Happenings here so many fact that after hearing about the delarue extra schism yeah xers. He traveled to knees to speak with a daughter. The story he received will it was as follows. Fiancee of delarue son. Charles into stay was given the peak room. It's just so happened that this was the only room available as the house became quiet for the night her room for summary did not. The poor girl was tormented by very creepy. Sounds as objects around. Her room seem to come to life. She was founded. The warning pale terrified in brandishing the fire tongs at her alleged tormentors. She quite loudly. She never live in such a houses. This immediately broke off her engagement. Her return to paris was imminent hillary's daughter former nurse who served during world war one. The great war seemed very little concern with the coin zone. And the pink room. She told her father. At one point. I was never afraid. In the trenches the peak room would be hers. It was always quiet for the most part but years later. If he ever found yourself alone in there you might become a calm with the strongest feeling of being observed. Apart from a coat carefully unhooked itself and fell to the floor. She never did. Billy recall feeling threatened to changed rather quickly rate one evening while looking out of her window lost claude. A strange occurrence snatched up her attention there the long down below a full-fledged procession of monks cloudy groves were gliding. The house the call beer it was feed. Were touching the ground. after that. it's rumored she didn't stay in the peak room. I can't imagine why by nineteen twenty one the delarue sphere about a diabolical presence had moved into the place they called home. There is something more lurking here and spirits of former monks and desperation. They asked obey humboldt for another. Xm oh did not mentioned there have been a few at the abbey. Well so humble he came in. He worked his magic and then went on his merry way. The exorcist was not entirely successful. The house settled. It became quiet for a bit sure but it did. Not last few months went by without anything really happening. Then all of a sudden they just imploded. Things were out of control with paranormal activity shadow. People could be seen other whispers could be heard doors would open and close on our own food enough to make a ruse insane. They had enough with the house and they immediately put it up for sale is sat on the market for a long time before anybody. You really excited they Willing to take a look at it and then finally someone spirit monks royal bam continued to make their presence here at the abbey over the course of time and one actually seems the life of an english paratrooper in world war two. The soldier build out of the forest nearby as if he had been spotted by the enemy as he was running for his life. A monkey brown robes quickly appeared always had nowhere took a hold of the soldier. Ushering him to the see. The confines of a resisted sell the moment. He let him go however he vanished into thin air soldiered. New raker in mineral rich higgins saved the ghost of a monk. Still doing god's work.

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"normandy" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

07:55 min | 10 months ago

"normandy" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal

"Another set of haunted tales. Feel like a little trip. Because we're going to head over to normandy. France with enormity will find a small commune known as lazaros. Within then lozada's you'll find the forest of leon's now within the forest you can come across in old cistercian monastery called at ben de multnomah or as we would call in english mortimer abby. It's a beautiful park absolutely beautiful and has become quite a tourist attraction over the years. The place boasts medieval festivals. Reenactments please breath taking scenery museum. Fly fishing by reservation in my personal favorite ghost. Tours mortimer abby is steeped in history and some of the guys is honestly quite haunting. It really and truly is right before i go any further. I have to mention something very important because this episode is all about location of france. And i don't want to offend any of my french speaking listeners. I am from the united states of america. I speak english. i speak spanish I do know a little french but i. It's barely enough to get around the streets. Apparently if i need directions or or looking for a good restaurant that's it that's the end of it. I won't pretend to speak french or take on any kind of who we hold on ridiculous french accents during this episode. If i should however mispronounce or butcher a french word i do. Beg your forgiveness in advance. Thank you without further ado though. Let's jump right into it a thousand years ago this area we're talking about the forest of leon's was a wild in secretive place why it was inhabited by just a handful of hermit. Monks living in makeshift shelters. This was a country full of rookie. But the wind in the trees in the sounds of crickets. And grasshoppers it was this time of solitude that brought twelfth century avid alexandra. From the perot to the valley seeking to protect his monks from world leader versions. Before you know it the abbey would be created the name. Mortimer would come from more mayor meaning dead sea an dating swamp which surrounded the area called fully brock and that stream also flowed along the valley perch royal to invest. in mortimer. happy was none other than king henry. I of england who as it would turn out was also the duke of normandy. Of william the conqueror. He gave his approval for a community in eleven. Eighty four. this generosity was cut short though at not at just a year later when he died from eating a survey of land. Praise for those who don't know lamb. Praise were a type of joyless fish. No way no never feel. Though noble patronage continued and this was all things to henry's powerful daughter empress matilda and henry's grandson had read the second the royal family's aid. They were no dummies. they understood. It was smart thinking to strengthen their authority with the support of guide in his trusted representatives. On earth dug-out bees were into walls and the cistercian. Monks live well on perch pigeon exit honey. Why does that sound delicious. Construction ended up taking many decades as they relied heavily on donations. A chapter house was completed in eleven fifty four to hus- hillary's and in infirmary where later at it the imposing name was built around leaded sixty and cloisters in the same decade eventually the finished church was consecrated on march twelve o nine by robert archbishop but ruin but the fifteenth century mortimer was home to hundreds and it was now the most powerful abbey normandy good management in come from their lands. Some as far away as england and generous gifts gave security even as the hundred years war swirled all over the place by the time. Those over in fourteen fifty. Three the abbey was no longer under the english crown but french been in the seventeenth century. Politics gave the role of abbott. Two men who did not live at mortimer a drag its prosperity into their coffers and the monks could only watches their beloved building. Made perilously from flint and limestone began to crumble. The is condition became such an embarrassment the parliament the ron was forced to act a new factory was constructed overall old sellers in the call. Bear restore mortimer. It did not fully recover by the end of the eighteenth century. Just four monks with under soil. Reiki reuss then came. The final disaster is seventeen. Eighty revolutions swept across frats. Religion was favor churches in abbey's were stripped of their wealth. The humble monks mortimer were thought to be harboring a secret fortune. Perhaps to the core of the valley. They were one day in seventeen ninety. A band of revolutionaries arrived at the abbey. They hunted down. The monks dragged them to the old seller. Here the last living remnants of mortimer's gentle brotherhood were massacred their blood mingling with wine from broken barrels. A scene of true and despicable horror. The is farm were sold on march thirty first seventeen ninety one as a national asset but a new government for the total sum of eighty four thousand two hundred libraries. Once in duval merchant rose her from grant deadly be came owner. The mill lands and meadows coaster buildings bells sacred vases furniture. He cheerfully sold the abbey stones to builders abandoning the property when it stopped turning him a profit just.

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Why Your Employee Experience Probably Sucks

The Site Shed

06:00 min | 11 months ago

Why Your Employee Experience Probably Sucks

"David america. Welcome to the podcast. All the way from snowy utah and sunny texas luli rear very happy to be here man. Be on the show matt. Good to have you on getting out of this. Thanks for sending the thomas auden at this time of an normandy. Doing other things here. we're we're gone. You're having us said we would do anything for podcasts. You have a great. So he goes from palestinian pros rundown on what you guys do and power. We also While wearing contacts Little bit into this boy while we're gonna be talking about after that -solutely awesome power still in pros. We are a coachee accountability organization. So we actually do training in coaching exclusively in the home services industries so heated in air electrical plumbing and in a few outliers as well but really our our main goal is to to help companies grow by doing that. They win more moments. They while more customers in really ultimately they make more money. So it's it's not only just about creating the our experience for the customer but what we've discovered we'll talk about. Today is really take care of the employees and you get the engaged employees that employ experience. Will you know late over an influence what. The customer experiences parasailing pros. We've been around for eleven. Years was started by brigham and dickinson in brigham. I've actually presented with from stage. Thousand burgum is great We bring her boss. Of course we love. What am i going to say. Getting actually service roundtable event in sydney dag comeback was years ago. Yeah sorry definitely has changed over the years. So we have about forty five coaches that work with us and we should do training we do. What's really unique with us. Man is of course. Training training is great but we do ongoing accountability coaching though it really starts to help shift the mindset in that really affects the behavior and natural you start to see the real change takes place over time. Yup aleki certainly preaching Here because we put a lot of emphasis in episode type of years into accountability. And you know the difference between a dream and a golf betting a strategy italy's contest sophon. They'd myself over the years since since having accountability partners implies things things might quick show sorrow. Moulik decide this will be extremely well recites and you guys obviously in different locations is that is that because of the recent recent events or is that always been the case. I try to stay as far away as possible to erica. why i'm in texas. He's in utah. She's awesome but man. We actually have an autonomous company in. We don't have a brick and mortar building. We literally have coaches in denver. Florida oregon californian but i would i would definitely say the majority of our there in the beautiful state of utah while okay. So we're we hated. I touched on slave in this series of crowded. Today is the first episode of the creating amazing employee experience. Now we've done the whole customer experience in the past and some it was very well received and think in lots of current global economic situations with the off the back of the pandemic romell your experiences villanova. There's a lot of guys out there. A freaked up to the whole conversation around that staffer attention you know grinding good employees here experience deciding on just funding and i think now more than ever this sort of a situation where the the baby of talent around because for one reason or another people living that guy from the jobs and you know especially after year anyway of the years as miss this constant screen for office off. Now there's now this debate people around so they bang biking that in yourself. More appealing message is paying dividends. Sooner maybe even just now literally just before this podcast outed of Had job applications coming from adds that we're running. I just question whether or not. I don't recall having applicants coming in the fall. It's working in the fiber of the business owner to a degree. I think again. I go to make sure that you stand out against the rest. So we're gonna first step aside which we're talking about why your employees experience probably socks and nothing that would relate to most listeners Second upside we're talking about what you purpose at. In feticide we talking about what the successful companies to retain the employees are through. That you're gonna come up with those topics and you come up with original. What is that reason. So haven't employee experienced for shore is not just creating an employee experience where you have everyone coming into office. Because that's not normal anymore. You got coming into office than your get sent home against. You gotta figure out how to work from home in the now you gotta come back into the office. Now you're going to have an employee experience at home. How do you take care of your people right now. It's always been important but you definitely have to juggle all these different dynamics and one of the things that we have really seen. Is that your culture either by default or by design and it's really setting your employees up for success and even though you know contractors were not the disneyland's not the amazons the googles in t. mobile's or whatever we're not huge corporations where you hear of all these things or evil get one year off when they have their first kid from work paid like we're we can't do that kind of staff but we still have to nurture and take care of the people that we have and find ways we can help them grow and be successful regardless of the size of our company.

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Germany takes hard-line position against Russia amid Navalny fallout

Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

04:34 min | 1 year ago

Germany takes hard-line position against Russia amid Navalny fallout

"With the you know what has been in the headlines recently, the the whole navalny tension Germany is clearly taking a harder line position on. Russia, and the first question is does this reflect a consensus in the region that Russia's a growing menace to Europe and then the second? Talk a little bit about the poisoning of Nevada and what kind of pressure Germany is under. We've heard some hard words from Angela Merkel and what would be the real pitfalls of moving forward without sending a clear message of protest. So if we can bundle all those into into kind of a general answer that would be great well, ever since the annexation of Crimea it is very hard to pretend that the previous policy on Russia which consisted and really trying to build a partnership through economic ties with corporation that this actually worked because the annexation of Crimea from from European. But also from your perspective, of course, was a violation of international law the forceful. Changing of orders as something that scene as absolutely illegitimate illegal and also undermining the European security order. And so Gemini has taken a pretty important role. Alongside, Franz in the so called Normandy format. which consisted in building a forum for dialogue with Russia Ukraine. Germany and France. Representatives to discuss how the violent conflict also in eastern Ukraine could be reduced on how Russia could hopefully pro-european perspective withdraw at some point. The other role that Germany constructively played I think is to help create a European consensus on sanctions. This was always over the past years a transatlantic consensus. This is very important to know because of course, if you if you want to sanction and this is a transatlantic approach, this is final impressive. Now with. The Nevada case the interesting question is why why this attempted murder of an opposition politician while they have been other cases before? And and my understanding his two things one this became a German and European issue because of the decision to bring Lebanon lead to Germany into have him treated here this created a huge political and public attention to the case and on the other hand additionally that was really. This feeling of this is just the last straw that that was needed to break camel's back. It was just now of. Russian suppression of opposition of burdens or attempted murders then the. The situation. In Ukraine the feel of a Russian support for the regime and Belarus and the possible violent crackdown on the demonstrations that are going on at the same time. So so suddenly, all this cumulated to a point where not only burden but in other capitals of Europe as well there's a very serious debate ongoing which is basically a review of the previous approach towards Russia and what can be done a which leverage can be used to bring about at least a certain change in Russia's policy. or at least to deter the activities like the ones I just mentioned. One thing is important to notice with all the Europeans, the debate that is a strong coercion on the European side, not to make the conflict that is happening within Belarus geopolitical between Europe and Russia. Because the concern of course is if the Russian narrative which is trying to build up this geopolitical narrative of European intervention and an attempt of Europeans to. Topple the regime and galleries if that was actually nudged the fears that Russia would would basically I'm hit back more forcefully. So it's a very I would say cautious discussion but a very realistic one as to the question what kind of actor we've facing here and there are no illusions whatsoever now about let's say the real face of the planet MIA Putin.

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Joe Bide responds to report Trump called U.S. service members buried in France 'losers', 'suckers'

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Joe Bide responds to report Trump called U.S. service members buried in France 'losers', 'suckers'

"We're getting continued reaction tonight to this reporting of the Atlantic tonight from Jeffrey. Goldberg their pieces titled Trump Americans who died in war are losers and suckers Gobert rece-. Citing several anecdotes with multiple sources for each of them which the president is. said to have derided US service members who have died in combat as losers and suckers. And who has expressed who expressed even standing over the grave of John Kelly son who died in Afghanistan at age twenty, nine that he doesn't get why Americans would choose to serve in the military. The Associated Press has just posted James Portas new piece as well confirming. The core reporting Jeffrey Goldberg's piece tonight in the Atlantic Laporta, confirming it again with multiple sources just Goldberg has but I want to tell you we've just had response from Vice President Joe Biden with a statement in response. Quote if the revelations in today's Atlantic article or true there yet another marker of how deeply president trump and I disagree about the role of the president of the United States I've Long said that the nation we have many obligations but we have only one truly sacred obligation to prepare those we send into harm's way and to care for them and their families both while they're deployed and After they return home. That's the foundation of what Jilin I believe. That's why we've always prioritized the health and wellbeing of our service members, veterans, and military families. We have visited troops coming home wounded, and Walter Reed we've hosted wounded veterans in our home to share Thanksgiving meal and it's the proud parents of a son who served in Iraq. We've made supporting military spouses, caregivers and children are focus. Of Our service generations of American troops have shed blood around the world and defensive our freedoms and to protect vital interests from the frontlines of our own revolution to Bellawood to the Normandy beaches to the mountains of Afghanistan, the sacrifice and bravery of our troops and their willingness to serve our nation should be honored duty honor country. Those are the values that drive our servicemembers. Those are the values. That, have formed the core of America's defense for centuries in. If have the honor of serving as the next commander in chief I will ensure that our American heroes know that I will have their back and honor their sacrifices always

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DNC Announces Convention Speakers, Speculation On Biden's VP Pick Intensifies

Here & Now

06:32 min | 1 year ago

DNC Announces Convention Speakers, Speculation On Biden's VP Pick Intensifies

"Of scheduled speakers at next week's Democratic National Convention is out, and it's being parsed for clues as to who's still in the running to be Joe Biden's running mate. He's expected to make that announcement any day now. Meanwhile, President Trump is floating the idea of accepting the Republican nomination later this month on Sacred ground. The Gettysburg Battlefield. NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson is watching it all. And Mara. You know, some names in the running to be Biden's running mate are scheduled to speak, but not in the VP slot, you know, and I'm just wondering if that's a fool's errand to try to make that meaningful, You know? What do you think about that? And who do you think at this point is thumb Where are may be the most likely candidates. I think the most likely candidates are still that same handful of women, you know, Joe Biden said. He's going to take a woman whether it's Kamala Harris, Susan Rice, Gretchen Whitmer, Karen Bass. Those are the people who have been on the list for quite some time. And and, of course, Gretchen Whitmer is the only white female on that short list. But I think the list has remained the same. Sounds like he's about to make his decision because the vetting committee has pretty much disbanded on DH. It could be as early as today that we find out So what do you think for everybody who's sitting home, you know, got all the names and the lists on whiteboards and, you know, trying to, you know, look at those tea leaves. And should we be looking at the List of speakers. Oh, I think that that that is actually fool's errand, but it's fun and it's going to be over very soon. It could be over today, so go ahead. But I still think you know that of all my conversations with Democrats all signs Seemed to point to Kamala Harris. But with the caveat that Joe Biden hasn't decided, and he often takes his time deciding well, 100 prominent black men signed a letter. Hoping they could make him decide that it would be a black woman because they said to him, you will lose the election. If you don't choose a black woman as a running mate, and this was entertainers, pastors, business leaders, athletes. I'm wondering more. If you think that Biden really needed that public pressure, it would seem in this moment in time. That's the choice. He'd want. Make one of these in class. That's what I think. I think that letter was really aimed. And Gretchen Whitmer. She's the only white person on that list. Everyone else is a person of color or black woman. So I don't think he needed that kind of public pressure. But it does show you that of all the people on the list. There is a backlash brewing to at least one of them in that's Gretchen Whitmer. You haven't seen the same kind of opposition public opposition to Kamala Harris, for instance. Oh, by the way, you're saying Elizabeth Warren is not in the running and I don't think so. Yeah, No, I don't think so, although she's a thought leader in the party, and she certainly has influenced a tremendous amount of his agenda. Of the Democratic National Convention will be all online this year. Wouldn't does that mean for the post convention bounce that the candidates look for Hillary Clinton got well, first of all, who knows Because nobody's ever run a presidential campaign in a pandemic. But most people I talked to assume that the post convention bounce will be very small thiss year for both candidates because they're not having the kind of big Excitement filled crowded conventions like we have in the past that being said the Democrats have had a lot longer time to plan for a virtual convention than the Republicans because they've been scaling. There's back for months. And the big question is, are they about to produce the best four night television show ever seen in history? Or will it kind of be ho hum? Well, and they will be competing in that arena with a president who is obviously trying to make the best television show. What do you make of that tweet that he may accept the Republican Nomination for president from the Gettysburg Battlefield or the White House. Both locations likely to violate ethics rules or just some people's moral sense of what's right to politicize. But you know, this is a president that gave an interview to Fox News inside the Lincoln Memorial, gave an interview at Normandy. What do you think happens here? Will certainly Trump isn't worried about offending people sense of what's right or wrong or any kind of norm. Now there are legal questions. Ethical questions about what kind of federal property you can make a convention nominating speech, your acceptance speech on and I'm sure the White House lawyers will be figuring that out. Is there some part of Gettysburg that he could be on? Without violating ethics rules. It's certainly a lot easier for the president to set this up at the White House, but he's clearly looking for the kind of dramatic backdrop not unlike Mount Rushmore that would give his campaign a boost. Quick thought from you, Mara on the fact that it's been primary season. It's primary day today for six states. The focuses on Minnesota, where the Denver Democrat, the representative Ilhan Omar, Is facing a tough challenge. Other progressive candidates have done very well this primary season. What will you be looking for here, right. She's the only member of the squad left with the primary. The four young progressive women of color and she has a really stiff challenge from an attorney named Anton Melton, Mo. He's getting a lot of money. There's been a certain amount of unhappiness with her. They've been attacks on her first for allegedly making anti Semitic statements. We know that the other members of the squad have not had primary challenges. Rashida to leave beat hers back very handily. So that's what we're watching today for the Democrats. Well, how does he do? Right and very briefly. The unemployed have now gone over a week. Without that additional money from the federal government. The president signed those actions and directives to address this. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says the money will go out in two weeks. But he doesn't have The power of the purse. Congress does and they're gone. They're out of session. I think everyone's taking a big political risk here for the president to sign these executive orders and then have people not get a bigger unemployment check or still face eviction. I think that that he will be responsible for that and then members of Congress, including the Democrats, they are allowing people to go without thes unemployment checks, which, by the way, have kept the economy going in large part On Then they have stopped negotiating. Good. Not good. Not good. Yeah. NPR national political correspond. Mara Liasson. Thank you. Thank you.

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Padma Lakshmi in Search of America

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

06:41 min | 1 year ago

Padma Lakshmi in Search of America

"David Welcome back to. thank you so much. I'm thrilled to be here, so your latest book is about drinking French, and it covers among other things, para teeth. The French have a very different meaning associated with that word. What is para? It's not just the cocktail. Well a para chief. It's the time of day between when you're done working and when you're going to have dinner, it's kind of a transition time you know the word comes from the Latin. You know to open up it sort of mentor. Open up your appetite for dinner, but in France also people eat late the alcohol. These cocktails appear Atif are not supposed to be like a sturdy American cocktail with three ounces of alcohol so. So, just describe what therefore and what they're like well a lot of the Pera tapes that we that we associate with France such as do bony lillay variously were health tonics had quinine in them, which one distiller told me goes it. That was the CBD of the Eighteen Ninety S. it was quite everybody wanted quinine. They used to have much higher alcohol content, and then they lowered the alcohol down, so they were more drinkable. Ice Cubes in them and so forth. And I think some of that might have been modeled after pestis. When that became popular, everyone was sort of leisurely drinking list drank adding to this class over the course of several hours. You talk about cafes a lot and you say I often referred to cafes. Is The living rooms of Paris? Everyone's welcome to gather there whether you're spent the night sweeping. The streets are working the streets. How does that play into this whole story about drinking and apparent teves well people? It's hard to underestimate the importance of a French cafe to a French person. I was I was in Italy a few years ago and I was like where all the cafes and there are cafes, but it not like Paris where there's like five on every block, just wanted every corner, French equal, or so into being convivial with their friends, meeting their friends, and they use cafes, not just somewhere to get a drink, but it's really somewhere to spend time. It's sort of like your home away from home. Well. We spoken about this before. But the you talk a lot about the French are really good at doing nothing in particular, but really enjoying the moment, and that plays into your whole book drinking from Yes. Yes. I I'm somebody that always has to be doing something and I really had to dial down my you know my own expectations of of my ability to just you know, turn off in. Just sit somewhere and be. Newsy and French verb to be. and. You know it's taken me a couple of years actually I can do it. I can go to a cafe and do nothing, but it's hard. I usually have to bring a book with me or I bring my laptop. But the French are very you go to cafes in. Someone's just sitting there for like three hours. And they're thinking about stuff. which is something that I aspire to? Let's talk about specific drinks you right? I marveled at the barrels of wine, left in the open Mediterranean air to intentionally oxidized became vermouth. I didn't know. vermouth is oxidized wine I. I thought it was wine. Our alcohol flavored with herbs and some other things you know all these things were the same to me. There were a lot of discoveries you know I always felt like. Like I know Vermouth, it's a it's a wine fortified aromatized wine with herbs and spices in it, and then I went. I went down to Marcel Annoy Lee Pratt vermouth is made, and they had thousand barrels outside, and they said yes. That's the flavor of our vermouth. The wine used to come from Spain on boats, and it got oxidized, and we wanNA keep that going. So, learning about what makes all these things different and interesting such as oxidizing wine intentionally for a year in the open air, give it a little saltiness and age. Surly the point, my life where I think a little saltiness in which is. Pretty pretty good I'm all for that, I'm making my living being salty in aged. At this point you and me both. You also mention a drink which you like. Call the long hello. Could you talk about that? Because that really appeal to me, but I love the name that was invented by a bar man called Damian Bolt. WHO has a bar? Really Great Bar in Brooklyn called Grand Army, and he came up with this cocktail, which has calvados in Apple Brandy from Normandy and then elder flower liqueur, and then you top the glass office, Champagne and a little nutmeg. And what's interesting about the French is they often say Oh, you should never defile wine or champagne like. Do not put ice in it do not. All these rules, and then there's all these drinks like the Kiro. The basically that you champagne as a base you know and they you add stuff to it. It's interesting because years ago, I went to a champagne dinner. With the owner of the most prestigious Champagne House and he said to me, you're better off putting an ice cube in a glass of champagne than drinking a warm glass of champagne. So. What's the difference between entertaining and France versus entertaining here in the states? Okay well. Actually read an article once for Ex pats about how to get used to going to a fringe party, because Americans are usually boisterous and lively, and are moving around and meeting people and having fun. Where's the French are more into discussions, so it's a different atmosphere. I, often joke like I've never been to an American dinner party. Where English grammar has come up as a point of discussion and debate and I think every French dinner party I've been to. Someone has brought up something about the French language people. Say Oh, you know you use the past participle of at, and it should be the imperfect. But my partners French and he told me he goes. You need to smile more. Oh. Tell! You don't smile and Paris because they'll know. You're American I was like I'm trying to look more friend. She's like you need to smile more. David Lee evinces outdone the French. David, it's been a real pleasure. Thank you for coming back to monster. Yes, it's always a pleasure to talk to you next time I see you. I think we should have a cocktail or two pair of teeth. Thanks David Bye bye.

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"normandy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"normandy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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Cheriss May & Idris T Solomon

The Candid Frame

09:52 min | 1 year ago

Cheriss May & Idris T Solomon

"Thanks for doing this guys for the last couple of weeks I have been thinking about what role I. wanted the show to play in terms of the dialogue that's happening. With this and I thought it was better than me. Sort of giving voice to it myself that it be a much better to have a dialogue with people is one of the things. I was realizing over the last two weeks outside of my own house. Old I really haven't discussed this stuff in. You know my wife and I have talked about how `bout it, but I really hadn't. Beyond that really. Considered? What kind of conversations I? I would want to have with people outside of my own home. My own faith and I think it is important dialogue to have especially. Amongst photographers photography are actually documenting. What's happening right now, but it will also lived the experience of being. Covering this. Just, just briefly I I experienced the LA riots back in I think it was ninety to ninety one. And one of the things and I grew up in that neighborhood I grow near arts in Normandy probably about two miles. My family's home is is there. And one of the things that I remember very vividly. Besides all the cast that was happening is the presence of a lot of photographers in those communities. Not just the photo journalist, but a lot of people who were just photographing independently. One of the things that really bothered me about that. Is that a lot of those people had never come to the community photographic before. That, many of them would not come back afterwards. And then later on when I would look at portfolios. like six months to a year later I would see images. That were made during the riot. But they were without any sort of context or any sort of greater egg relation of what had happened what led to those events happening? Changing and that's spurred me to work on a project. That I've been working on now for thirty years on downtown Los Angeles largely because I felt like at the time. This is years before it became what it is now in terms of gentrification, but it was a part of Los Angeles I had grown up in and I felt that had been dismissed to a great degree and I just wanted to. Use My camera to sort of illustrate. What I felt was beautiful, interesting about a part of Los Angeles that was fiving and important to a minority community here in Los Angeles now it's become gentrified in now. It's completely at very very different thing, but as I see the events of the last couple of weeks, I have thought very much the same thing. You're saying all these people going out and making photographs. And I just felt like you know us as photographers regardless of race. We have to think about. Not just the kinds of pictures that we make, but those pictures are intended for. And the impact it can have especially if those of us who are out there. Making photographs are not working journalists and I just wanted to have a dialogue with both of you. Because you guys are both working photographers on the east, coast. Photographing these events and Photographing. Events. Not only American society with Black Cultural Society before going to continue doing this. And I just to hear I your own personal. How you are both Alliott. Both are personally experiencing these events. And then we can get into much greater conversation in terms of the role of photography now and going forward, cherise, I think you can take since you've actually been out in a failed. Covering summit is now well I have to say first and foremost as a black woman have a personal stake in experience with what's going on. I have my personal stories of you know experiencing racism. I can remember as far back as I was in third grade. The was third grade when I I was called a nigger. From there I became more aware of that in. It has carried through to the woman. I am today. I've had experiences of being stopped. While driving my car in questioned, whose car is this where you going? Where do you live, you know? At broke. No Laws I've had experiences of male male family members and friends who have had violent interactions so having that personal story it gives me a perspective when I go in and I'm actually covering the current the current things that are going on now with the protest in the demonstrations that are happening all over. ME. What I will say is this time it feels different of cupboard, protests and things before, but this time it feels like the youth are really what what I've seen. What I've noticed is the youth are more engaged in their on fire in their serious You can see that there are so many young people out there. In their organized they have an agenda. They have action items. And they're calling for certain things to be done or they will continue. With the protests with the work that feels very different, because it's a stronger a stronger voice now the other thing I'm seeing that's different out there are. There are more white people out there this time. Whereas before it was mostly black, people who were calling you know saying. Stop doing this to me. And calling for change now you have white youth who were out there as well as I saw other people, too, but like I said it's been mostly like a younger movement in terms of who are really out there in the numbers with them. Having what experience yesterday was. They have printed out their agenda and these action items in. They've given it to their legislative representatives. They're calling them. They're following up, so that's been probably like the biggest thing I've seen. Is that the youth are more engaged which. May Have Time In. They're not giving up in there, not scared That's the other thing you know. They're not scared to voice the problems that they see. They're not. To demand for these changes. This time around of being closer to home and I've been watching. Some of my friends out. There believe covering this protest top to bottom in light was such a high level of qualities amazing. Is One of those things where. Fast, forward, twenty thirty forty years and twenty twenty is in the history books. Would be proud to say that I know a lot of top officials. Who when documenting this time in history? So I've been close to home, you know I have a five year old son, and for me. The question of should I be out there? Covering this or should I be here covering my son? and. That's been a big question mark throughout the last week and a half when. The protests began and last night was the first night that. You know told my wife I'm going to go out there. It will fuel events happening in picked when I was close to home in. Backed up mcgeer? Wait now and by the time I got is the crowd had already dispersed. I was online trying to figure out if there was something else happening now close enough that I can get to. And the social media feeds had updated at that time so I, just said all right. Let me just go home. When I got home I started. Seeing all feeds, update and I just. decided to stay home, but you know my wife was. Worried rightfully so I would have been choosing to go out after the curfew. Dowse set in New York, which means that. Just, walk into my car I. could have just been arrested. Just welcome to the car or driving Cardin I'm seeing footage of police officers. Yanking people out of the car the after curfew, so those are the things that you ought. To Take into consideration and you know I. didn't grow was father's radio home so the last thing I wanna do is put myself in this situation where I'm not at home for my son so. I do know that they are the ways that we can be protesting that we can't be revolutionizing. You know it's not just a one-size-fits-all type of situation you know on. We can revolutionize by reading informing ourselves equipment ourselves with enough knowledge and information today. The was not pulled over is anymore. Re can right you know contribute with words you know. I'm seeing a lot of photographers being jerked around with the licensing so so so bringing awareness to how can properly get business stuff to together Sodano? Getting jerked and we get the proper value for all photos does a lot of different ways that we can contribute to this protest without being in front

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Pandemic makes for a lonely D-Day observance in Normandy

AP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Pandemic makes for a lonely D-Day observance in Normandy

"The corona viruses hampering this year's D. day observances in Normandy it's not safe for the elderly veterans who still wish to bid farewell to fallen colleagues and most world leaders are also shying away because of travel and health

Normandy
"normandy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"normandy" Discussed on AP News

"Lives in France near Normandy beach nobody can travel to the war we hope to see you all again next year Shay is ninety five I feel helpless because I am getting weaker and weaker but in my mind I am still the young man that paid the ultimate price J. says he knows of no other U. S. veteran making the trip to France the pandemic poses a specific threat to the elderly like the surviving D. day veterans I'm at Donahue I'm typical here AP news president trump is hailing a labor department report showing surprising jobs gains last month the president's walk into the rose garden doubled as a victory lap this is important because it shows that what we've been doing is right experts had predicted millions more job losses in may but as states began re opening the government reports employers added jobs the president sees down the games to predict the virus pandemics economic devastation is over we'll go back to having the greatest economy anywhere in the world still the unemployment rate is thirteen point three percent lower than predicted but still at a Great Depression level it's unclear how many jobs lost during the pandemic are permanently gone Sager mag ani Washington corona virus update I'm timid wire with an A. P. news minute the may unemployment report unexpectedly showed a drop from fourteen point seven percent in April to thirteen point three percent with two and a half million jobs added president trump calls report historic today is probably if you think of it the greatest comeback in American issue but you just have to stop here it's going to keep going because so many places are closed the nation remains in a recession caused by the corona virus pandemic the jobs are the result of stage three opening businesses trump says he wants more to do the same and he claims the effort in the search for a vaccine is paying off tremendous progress is being made on vaccines in fact we have ready to go in terms of a transportation and logistics Johns Hopkins University latest report finds more than one hundred eight thousand people have died in the pandemic in this country health experts say those figures are likely to be less than the actual numbers I'm David weir thank you for Hey DD perks members in.

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"normandy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"normandy" Discussed on AP News

"In France near Normandy beach nobody can travel to the war we hope to see you all next year Shay is ninety five I feel helpless because I am getting weaker and weaker but in my mind I am still yeah that paid the ultimate price J. says he knows of no other U. S. veteran making the trip to France the pandemic poses a specific threat to the elderly like the surviving D. day veterans I'm at Donahue I'm to acquire AP news president trump is hailing a labor department report showing surprising jobs gains last month the president's walk into the rose garden doubled as a victory lap this is important because it shows that what we've been doing is right experts had predicted millions more job losses in may but as states began re opening the government reports employers added jobs the president sees down the gains to predict the virus pandemics economic devastation is over we'll go back to having the greatest economy anywhere in the world still the unemployment rate is thirteen point three percent lower than predicted but still at a Great Depression level it's unclear how many jobs lost during the pandemic are permanently gone Sager Meg Downie Washington corona virus update I'm timid wire with an A. P. news minute the may unemployment report unexpectedly showed a drop from fourteen point seven percent in April to thirteen point three percent with two and a half million jobs added president trump calls report historic today is probably if you think of it the greatest comeback in American issue but you just have to stop here it's going to keep going because so many places are closed the nation remains in a recession caused by the corona virus pandemic the jobs are the result of stage three opening businesses trump says he wants more to do the same and he claims the effort in the search for a vaccine is paying off tremendous progress is being made on vaccines in fact we have ready to go in terms of a transportation and logistics Johns Hopkins University latest report finds more than one hundred eight thousand people have died in the pandemic in this country health experts say those figures are likely to be less than the actual numbers I'm David weir thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey did you know that you associated press produces news related books here's.

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"normandy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:33 min | 1 year ago

"normandy" Discussed on AP News

"Few people will be in Normandy in France this year to mourn the dead from D. day the 70 sixth anniversary of the allied invasion that turned the course of World War 2 comes as the world is dealing with the corona virus pandemic U. S. army medic Charles shape lives in France near Normandy beach nobody can travel to the war we hope to see you all again next year Shay is 95 I feel helpless because I am getting weaker and weaker but in my mind I am still yeah that paid the ultimate price J. says he knows of no other U. S. veteran making the trip to France the pandemic poses a specific threat to the elderly like the surviving D. day veterans I'm at Donahue

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"normandy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:33 min | 1 year ago

"normandy" Discussed on AP News

"Few people will be in Normandy in France this year to mourn the dead from D. day the 70 sixth anniversary of the allied invasion that turned the course of World War 2 comes as the world is dealing with the corona virus pandemic U. S. army medic Charles shape lives in France near Normandy beach nobody can travel to the war we hope to see you all again next year Shay is 95 I feel helpless because I am getting weaker and weaker but in my mind I am still yeah that paid the ultimate price J. says he knows of no other U. S. veteran making the trip to France the pandemic poses a specific threat to the elderly like the surviving D. day veterans I'm at Donahue

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"normandy" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:33 min | 1 year ago

"normandy" Discussed on AP News

"Few people will be in Normandy in France this year to mourn the dead from D. day the 70 sixth anniversary of the allied invasion that turned the course of World War 2 comes as the world is dealing with the corona virus pandemic U. S. army medic Charles shape lives in France near Normandy beach nobody can travel to the war we hope to see you all again next year Shay is 95 I feel helpless because I am getting weaker and weaker but in my mind I am still yeah that paid the ultimate price J. says he knows of no other U. S. veteran making the trip to France the pandemic poses a specific threat to the elderly like the surviving D. day veterans I'm at Donahue

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On sad anniversary, few to mourn the D-Day dead in Normandy

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

On sad anniversary, few to mourn the D-Day dead in Normandy

"Few people will be in Normandy in France this year to mourn the dead from D. day the seventy sixth anniversary of the allied invasion that turned the course of World War two comes as the world is dealing with the corona virus pandemic U. S. army medic Charles shape lives in France near Normandy beach nobody can travel to the war we hope to see you all again next year Shay is ninety five I feel helpless because I am getting weaker and weaker but in my mind I am still yeah that paid the ultimate price J. says he knows of no other U. S. veteran making the trip to France the pandemic poses a specific threat to the elderly like the surviving D. day veterans I'm at Donahue

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On sad anniversary, few to mourn the D-Day dead in Normandy

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

On sad anniversary, few to mourn the D-Day dead in Normandy

"Few people will be in Normandy in France this year to mourn the dead from D. day the seventy sixth anniversary of the allied invasion that turned the course of World War two comes as the world is dealing with the corona virus pandemic U. S. army medic Charles shape lives in France near Normandy beach nobody can travel to the war we hope to see you all again next year Shay is ninety five I feel helpless because I am getting weaker and weaker but in my mind I am still yeah that paid the ultimate price J. says he knows of no other U. S. veteran making the trip to France the pandemic poses a specific threat to the elderly like the surviving D. day veterans I'm at Donahue

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On sad anniversary, few to mourn the D-Day dead in Normandy

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

On sad anniversary, few to mourn the D-Day dead in Normandy

"Few people will be in Normandy in France this year to mourn the dead from D. day the seventy sixth anniversary of the allied invasion that turned the course of World War two comes as the world is dealing with the corona virus pandemic U. S. army medic Charles shape lives in France near Normandy beach nobody can travel to the war we hope to see you all again next year Shay is ninety five I feel helpless because I am getting weaker and weaker but in my mind I am still yeah that paid the ultimate price J. says he knows of no other U. S. veteran making the trip to France the pandemic poses a specific threat to the elderly like the surviving D. day veterans I'm at Donahue

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Trump faces criticism from former and current defense secretaries

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Trump faces criticism from former and current defense secretaries

"General James Mattis the former secretary of defense under president trump was blunt to say the least when he released his rebuke of the president yesterday evening he noted the similarities in **** tactics in Normandy to what he believes the president is trying to do nationwide during these George Floyd protest reporting on this in the Washington post is down the month who joins us on the commode whose identity afternoon good afternoon secretary Mattis had been pretty quiet about the president ever since he resigned in twenty eighteen was this an unexpected rebuke from him or had even hinting at something coming out against the president in an election year R. I think Mattis really did want to go away and and remain quiet as relates to this and any taken a beating I'm kind of in the political sphere in Washington for it I think would really change change the dynamics here was Maddox's believes that the military was being used as something of a political club partly with threats and partly with what we saw play out in the square just outside the White House on Monday where protesters were pushed away with non lethal weapons for the president's photo opportunity at the church and as a part of that group you have the chairman of the joint chiefs general not only in the current secretary of defense making that walk from the White House over so you've got this dynamic in this be topics where the military looks like it's okay with the way that played out the from the fallout standpoint yeah politically it it might not be an easy go for him but what about from current and former military leaders are they coming out with their own criticisms as well it's certainly not universal but but yes we that there've been quite a few others who have spoken up by general Tony Thomas come to mind thank you in special operations before retiring former chairman of the joint chiefs Mike Mullen with a four star navy admiral he spoke up and and since then you know what we're starting to hear more I I think one thing that that matter speaking up sensually yields that others who have been holding their tongue also start speaking up

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The Anthony Fauci controversy

Ben Shapiro

04:53 min | 1 year ago

The Anthony Fauci controversy

"But we begin with doctor Anthony Fauci before the Senate and this cause all sorts of controversy not frankly I'm sort of perturbed at the controversy the reason being I don't think that she's a bad guy I don't think that algae is out to ruin the American economy I don't think they think that he's a malign influence on president trump I think the doctor felt she is up in the mail just and his job is the epidemiologist his job is to be a doctor of public health when it comes to pandemics his job is not to balance all of the risks and rewards when you go to a doctor you look for diagnosis usually the doctor puts before you a fair number of choices and it is now your determination as to which choice you seek right the doctor puts before you have cancer god forbid and the doctor says to you okay so you're the choices you could have a surgery here the rest and then the possibilities you have to know therapy here the rest of the possibilities are depending on your age maybe the best thing is to sort of let it take its course you're eighty five years old in your prostate cancer maybe the treatment is actually worse than the disease and I have a bunch of choices in front of you does not the doctor's job to make the final determination when it comes to public policy making our elected officials are reluctant to make exactly these determinations why well because they're answerable two weeks they are answerable to us there as we the people the fact that we are now looking to sort of delegate all decision making authority to the experts is V. is the tail end of the progress of the year a stupidity that suggested that if we just gave all power to the quote unquote experts in government and everything would magically we solved the experts are good for experts are good for exports are good for knowing a lot of things that one particular subject but they're not famous for knowing lots of things that lots of particular subject if you ask doctor about you about Keynesian verses Milton Friedman ask economics my guess is that he wouldn't know much more than the average guy but if you ask me about disease vectors and probably knows a lot more than the average guy asking him to be the sole policy maker is really foolhardy and even doctor felt she knows this and so we sort of moved from the left to appoint Dr founded in government when he's not head of government what to use him as a club to wield against elected officials again are answerable all of whom are answerable tossed right the fact that people must want to do that and the fact that the people on the right are responding to that by blending felt use the voucher is to blame for lawmakers abdicating their duty and just pointing to vouching on what he's going to solve all our problems it's stupidity frankly I think the doctor felt she would be the first person to say that it's stupidity he is there to provide medical knowledge and guidance and then it is up to us to determine what risks we're willing to undertake as a society what this means that when people I talk about you in public health experts testify publicly they're always going to testify on behalf of caution because their job is first do no harm on the public health level not an economic level not on the freedom level not a constitutional level not a governmental level the first job is to say how do we save the most lives well into middle of pandemic the easy answer if you're not looking at any of the other factors is stay home until we have some sort of therapeutic or until we have some sort of acting but of course there are other factors to take into account when it comes to public policy making such as the fact that we may never have that team or therapeutic may not be all that effective and the fact that thirty million people lost their jobs in the last six weeks and there are countervailing cost to people losing their jobs losing their livelihood a hundred thousand small businesses shutting out this is where it's at for public of our public officials the people who actually elect elected officials to weigh the evidence the doctor vouchers providing his advice but the evidence provided by economist with the values that we hold dear as a nation I mean it just takes a second for example for a second in a wartime what if you were to ask a public health expert in war time what is the best policy public health experts job is to save as many lives as possible so the public health experts say best strategy here is probably not to do the war right no war is good because that means few people are gonna get shot and killed but if you are not an official in his World War two you know that they're gonna be a certain number of people we're gonna have to risk their lives on the beaches of Normandy it is not to suggest that the public health experts are wrong about everything this is to suggest that everybody has their own specific area of expertise and we're this means a broad area of expertise is really foolish in a Republic we rely on the notion that a diffuse level a value judgment among the American population is gonna be better than any one individual's values the American people overall are going to be wiser about weighing all these factors in balance when they elect people then just one guy who's part of the bureaucracy we'll get to a doctor found had to say is it in that light I don't think what you had to say was all that controversial but I think they're politicians were completely looking to abdicate responsibility for their actual decision making role in American politics right now and simply shouting data and science and public health officials without you saying look what will brexit saying look at all the scientists are saying Hey that's not your only job is supposed to take all that into consideration and then you are supposed to wear all of the values that are currently under consideration plus you're supposed to determine the the level of certainty that public health officials are expressing about the view in the future about the future generally because experts maybe more expert than you but that does not mean that one hundred percent certain knowledge of the

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Mavericks & Legends: Eleanor of Aquitaine

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:44 min | 1 year ago

Mavericks & Legends: Eleanor of Aquitaine

"Legend was one of the wealthiest and most powerful women in Europe. During the Middle Ages known for her extraordinary beauty and brilliance. She was a leader who wielded significant influence over everything from art and literature to politics and the perception of women. She was queen of both France and England and built a long legacy through advantageous marriages for her many children. She was a role model for future. Female leaders please welcome. Eleanor of Aquitaine. Eleanor was likely born in the year. Eleven twenty two to William the Tenth Duke of Aquitaine and his wife Elinor was the oldest of the couple's three children medieval aquitaine was a huge fiefdom located in the western central and southern areas of present France to the south of the Laura River. It was renowned for its wealth and influence and for being an enlightened capital of culture and. Learning Eleanor's father a lover of literature and the arts ensure that all of his children received the best cultural and academic educations available. Eleanor was fluent in multiple. Languages learnt math astronomy in history and was adept at sports such as Falconry and chess. When Eleanor was eight her mother and younger brother died seven years later. Eleven thirty seven her father died of dysentery. While on a pilgrimage. On his deathbed Williams last act was to do everything he could to protect. Eleanor and her inheritance of Aquitaine. He ordered his men to rush to the court of King. Louis the six the France to ask for protection for his daughter until a marriage could be arranged he also asks Louis to find an appropriate match. Louis was all too delighted to choose his own son. Louis the seventh were married a few months later. Eleanor and Louis. The seventh a match. She was renowned beauty and intellect well-versed in politics and well traveled. He was incredibly sheltered for an heir to the throne and was generally a quiet man for most of his life. Bluey was not the air and was never trained in the skills necessary to rule. It had been expected that he'd go into the Church so we spent most of his early life in monasteries. That changed when his older brothers suddenly died and Louis was thrust into the spotlight from the start. Their relationship. Louis was submissive. To and reliant upon eleanor when he accepted the task of leading the second crusade. Eleanor made it clear that she was coming along. It's not surprising given Louise Limited leadership skills and existent travel experience that the crusade was not a success. Eleanor is famously. Recorded by medieval historians treating the trip more as a big adventure than a serious endeavor brought more than three hundred ladies in waiting with an accompanying baggage train spanned miles still the same historians. Note that eleanor was a better leader and more respected than her Mika's even though the crusade was a series of misadventures eleanor managed to increase her social capital during the trip while Louis was continually marginalized by the time they reached. Antonio Louis was resentful of his wife. Eleanor asked for an annulment and Louis agreed ending their marriage upon their return to France and eleven fifty two weeks after ending her first marriage. Eleanor married Henry Duke of Normandy and Future King of England. The two ascended to the throne two years later in eleven fifty four it was a tempestuous marriage. Unlike her first husband Henry was not easily controlled by eleanor. The more she tried to control him the more he fought back by having affairs. He also disapproved eleanor surrounding herself with musicians and poets. Still Henry and eleanor did have eight children together. On whom eleanor focused. Most of her attention. She was well aware that she could eventually wield much more power through her children around eleven. Seventy Eleanor left her husband and moved back to her family home in. Potier taking her favorite son Richard and daughter Marie with her in eleven. Seventy three eleanor's oldest son Henry. The young king started a rebellion against his father. King Henry was soon joined by a number of his brothers. The rebellion lasted a year. And a half before it was finally crushed some believe that eleanor who had publicly supported her sons had actually instigated the revolt as a result. King Henry had eleanor imprisoned in eleven. Seventy four. Eleanor STAYED IN CAPTIVITY FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. Until Henry's death in eleven eighty nine. By then Eleanor's oldest son had died so her second oldest Richard the first known to history as Richard. The Lionheart ascended the throne. Eleanor was very close with Richard. Soon after taking the Throne Richard. One off to take part in the third crusade and left. Eleanor in charge. Though she'd been locked away for over a decade it took eleanor no time at all to get back in the swing if things. It wasn't long before she was signing documents and having others address her as eleanor. By the grace of God Queen of England Richard Eventually returned home from the crusade after being kidnapped in Jerusalem and ransomed his mother in eleven ninety nine. Richard was killed in battle while fighting. King Philip of France over territory. He was succeeded by his brother. John upon becoming King John Quickly signed a peace treaty with Philip with peace finally achieved. Eleanor MOVED TO FUND TO ROW. Abbey where she died in twelve o

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"normandy" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"normandy" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Is your hero god bless you I don't know if it'll be his Normandy I hope I hope that is the that is correct I don't understand what the normally illusion Normandy is where we the fact is that's where he will be defeated just like we defeated the enemy at Normandy but that that that this will be his beach like Normandy was that beach I don't know Californians are leftists overwhelmingly that's just so and therefore that the herd mentality is established the I. one herd immunity but I don't want to herd mentality I'm telling you it is the it's quite quite amazing that people scream in protest when somebody opens a hair salon I mentioned that I went through an underground so long to get my hair cut underground meaning you know illegal right with currently it's illegal but I got the name of somebody my mom for her hi I took the risk but I might be entering a place aware a only god knows what would happen you see I want to tell you something that is also important you know why the left doesn't like liberty for one thing the more liberty people have less government control but there's another reason and this is the reason safe and free are are not synonymous the free your people are the greater the risk there are.

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US warship in Arabian Sea seizes suspected Iranian weapons

Larry Elder

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

US warship in Arabian Sea seizes suspected Iranian weapons

"US warships ceases Iranian weapons including surface to air missiles maybe says on the Arabian Sea the USS Normandy has seized a huge cache of weapons including one hundred and fifty della via anti tank guided missiles of Iranian manufacture copies of the Russian court met AG T. M. included in the hole with three surface to air missiles thermal imaging weapon scopes and components for manned aerial and surface vehicles nice job Democrats nice job rhinos making us safer but you know what the president will

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"normandy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"normandy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"See laid before them Omaha beach with the most intense fighting took place seventy five years ago the day and where most of the casualties took place and they could perhaps invasion the landing on the turbulent English Channel on to the beaches of Normandy with the Germans held positions and instantly fired on the allied troops as the flyovers begins there are going to be six of them involving French fighters and American aircraft and you can hear those jets now coming out of the sky the French missing man formation from the water directly leaders across the state French fighter jets screaming through the skies of Normandy their rule or breaking the silence of commemoration seventy five years ago imagine more overhead seventy five years ago allied planes dropped our troopers behind enemy lines seating the naval invasion of Normandy is that C. one thirty from the United States hours over the access of the cemetery the sounds of June sixth of this year marking seventy five years since Normandy coming up something I planned long ago president trump made history this year visiting a place few Americans have gone this ABC news special twenty nineteen the year in review continues after this twenty nineteen.

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"normandy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"normandy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Meters Normandy is solar road was the first one in the world inaugurated in two thousand sixteen you know what Brian before I go if I need to take a screen shot it folks just imagine on a two lane road made of solar panels and it was supposed to revolutionize renewable energy if the the point of the story is it has become the the first solar road has become a colossal failure it's falling apart it doesn't generate anywhere near enough energy it's not even close to sustainable two years after the Normandy road in France two years after it was set up it turned out to be a colossal failure according to the French newspaper Le Monde it has deteriorated to a terrible stadium isn't producing anywhere near the amount of energy and had promised and the traffic it has brought with his his causing noise problems because driving on solar panels is not quiet and it's another left wing invention based on doing good things so till death dances in the bullet com I mean climate change the blood and it's an absolute debacle anyway let me take a brief time trumps tweet on what he promises not to do to Greenland at the but this Brian put it in the switcher real quick before we go to break those of you watching on the debt okay I'm trump promises not to do this your Greenland after he buys it we'll take a brief time out and be back before you know it's because we know for you only the best will do on the network news ninety three point one K. F. B..

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"normandy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"normandy" Discussed on KOMO

"Was also in Normandy, at the time recently told members of her party. She wants to see. Trump in prison in France. She struck a different tone. Hugh question here talking about impeachment. If the president follows through on his threat to impose tariffs he will face significant opposition to here at home. Not only are fellow Republicans threatening to try to block the tariffs through congressional votes. The president's almost certain to face legal challenges, if he goes through with them, ABC, news, chief White House correspondent, Jonathan Karl reporting there the preliminary autopsy report out now on three Americans who died at a resort in the Dominican Republic. The report released by the DR's public ministry office, indicating forty one year old Miranda Warner suffered a type of cardiac arrest that led to respiratory failure at the Bahia Principe resort Warner died in her room, just two hours after checking in with her husband, her family, Saint, she experienced acute physical distress and collapsed immediately after having a drink from the mini bar just five days later, sixty three year old. Matthias annual homes and his fiancee, forty nine year old Cynthia day were found dead inside of the room in an adjoining property on the resort. Yes. You gotta do get backing a day before they died, a thorn in the Dominican Republic, citing pre existing health conditions saying homes in day had enlarged, hearts and livers. They also say blood pressure medicine was found inside of the room, along with an opioid an anti inflammatory medication. Preliminary autopsy findings showing they both died from Oregon and respiratory failure. But it's still unclear what led to the fatal medical issues in all three cases. The DR's minister of tourism suggesting all three deaths could have been coincidences and unfortunate series of events. The.

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"normandy" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"normandy" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"For Joe Walsh. You're listening to the Joe Walsh program. Yes, we named it wacky Wednesday. That was just terrific Thursday. I thought it was gonna be thirsty Thursday. Oh, that's good. I do feel bad calling it anything, but the d day because this is a big deal. And this is the day. I think he can you imagine ever tell you the story about my uncle. Four big talion family. Right. And when you're in this is in the sixties and seventies, big Italian family, very involved in your lives. Right. So parents, get divorced, and my uncles all come there. I'm like get kid and they're like, oh, don't worry about it. We're gonna take over and you know they did. So all four of them. They're, they're great uncles. They all take me on different days while they all four fought in World War Two. Oh, wow. Four. And I had an Charlie. He owned a pizza parlor, it's called Dora's pizza, and Melrose park. Cool. And it was real real great place. And you grew up working all the time, and they all were businessmen, and I saw a picture back, then this South Pacific. That's where it was terrible fighting. In some cases, they were fighting hand to hand. It was a tough guy, and he had scars from it and I used to be kind of nervous. I knew he had fought a lot at night. One day. I asked him. I said, Charlie how, you know, World War. Two, he said it was it was terrible. When we were fighting for the nation, we were attacked, you know, he went through the history of Pearl Harbor and all that. And he said, but you're Mikey he fought at the battle of the bulge, but before he did that. And I knew it is a kid, the battle of bulge, you had twenty five percent chance of living. But before he did that he stormed Normandy. So the guy storms his whole platoon. They storm Normandy and the ones that lived they get their papers and now they got to go to the battle of the bulge, and I was just in awe. And, you know, something he was the most fun outta all four my uncle Mikey. And he was a character. He had, you know business, but it wasn't a great business. He went from place to place and he sold things, and I used to go, Mike. You know how come you don't have a regular job like everybody else. He said, what I did in my life. I saw enough suffering worked hard enough. I'm gonna have fun the rest of my life. And it was because I then learned about Normandy, and the idea at the time that they said these guys have to go and storm the beaches of Normandy. It was a German stronghold. And they said to the to the makers they have about a twenty five percent chance living. Wow. So they sent one hundred fifty six thousand guys and you know, I'm not reading it from memory. One hundred sixty one hundred fifty six thousand guys only forty nine thousand nine only it's terrible. But forty forty nine hundred of them were killed in action, another nine thousand were injured. But the, the bravery knowing your car load back, then the technology was not what it is today. You're in this boat, you're going on a beach. Some of the doors are going down. Guys are drowning before they ever get to the beach, and you got a chance that seventy five percent of you're gonna get killed. These aren't stupid guys. They knew what it was. And they all did it. That is a courage that I mean it's, it's almost you can articulate the bravery and the patriotism. So I'm torn on these holidays, because I hate to see draft-dodging politicians, take credit for that and wrap themselves in a flag without taking the right of what were they fighting? And you know what they were fighting a totalitarian, socialist government. That's why I'm the crackpot I am today because. Why would you stand idly by as that very same philosophy has crept into our society, and it's being told to us, it's good for us without the forget about the millions of people, Germany killed? What about the tens of millions in the tens of millions Russia killed and China? And what happens in South America? What's happening today in Venezuela? That's why I have a very low tolerance for socialist BS. I really do, especially when it's sold to us by the good, guys. Yeah. That's more important to me than recognizing and fighting it, by the party. That admits their socialists by running twenty four fracking socialists. Are you looking at this? It's sickening Corey Booker in the rest of them, they make me sick. And on a day of today, we're paying homage to these brave soldiers that did something that the odds were stacked against them. It's the kind of that not take your eye off the ball. It's not about the pomp and circumstance are elected for the stitch in time. I'm right now getting up before you and giving you some nonsense speech, it's about what was what was really happening in the world. And what came to that kind of destruction, and it's socialism and the people's tolerance for it, and the people's accepting of it, and even the people voted for it. Yeah. So these are to me, I think we're on the cost of the next World War three. I really do. It's going to be us man. How are we going to stand against the communists when we co mingle with it? I do not know that's a great question. But that leads me nice and perfectly to our next. It's called the Seguin could come out. It's radio. We gotta be Guay. Segue the next story, so probably next to Chicago LA, one of the most socialist cities. They did that poor. Oh, speaking toilet, your shoes them. Did you really look? Did you? Homelessness, rose twelve percent in LA county, an estimated fifty nine thousand people come on so, yes, some of the statistics in this is absolutely insane. So the homeless homeless, people rose just shy of fifty nine thousand people countywide within the city limits of Los Angeles and number soared more than thirty six thousand with which was a sixteen percent increase about seventy five percent. We're living outside, fueling speculation growing public health crisis of rats and trash near homeless. Encampments downtown cheese. Are you serious? Can you imagine? I'm in real estate us take my kids to LA for I love. I love it. I think it's a great. I do. And we used to rent this little place in Manhattan beach, which is the coolest part in my opinion, that Malibu. But I mean, you're talking about big money, real estate houses, and people work, and there's, you know, it's a flowing when I went now my kids are old, but I took him was eight years ago. This was not the case Venice beach was sketchy, but, you know, mainly because the people are lifting weights without shirts. Not like now it's crazy like streets, pantheon have really changed. So according to this one statistic, it said, if you took the homeless in LA county, if they were their own city, they would be the one hundred fifty six largest city in all of California Democrat base. Yes. And every day about one hundred twelve homeless people are able to find a home but at the same time, one hundred fifty people become homeless every day. Wow. Now in a way, they're kind of they've been lured to California. I mean if you're homeless they got like a whistle in their head goes off. Where that's like you told you because they have nothing but beneficial programs you know what, you know what I can't help. But notice that the homeless of today versus the homeless of the depression fat today, biggest problem. I mean what do you say thirty eight pants where you're going to give these guys at thirty two pants too tight? The problem we have is that we've made homelessness and joblessness and welfare reasonable. It's just an alternative lifestyle to me, so I understand there's a lot of mental health issues here, I get that. But I also think that LA is to blame for their situation because after all, that's the place where they started having lunch for homeless people. You ever see it? No easy. They bring trucks and everything lunch for the homeless people. Well. Yeah. Almost person at TJ teenager, except the father that works. That's the only difference we mean giving them lunch for God's sakes wonder, they don't wanna work, my gosh. It reminds me of like an old star episode where he was talking about people who are gaming the system of welfare, and this one guy, literally from with food samples by, like lobster and all that. So in an age where you have the lowest unemployment rate in history. We also have the mess of fifty nine thousand dollar homeless village. That's confusing. I'm Sean Thompson in for show. We'll be back..

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"normandy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"normandy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"To the eighth of July feed on. Who, who accompanied to, to the Alden region Luxembourg, and even the countryside? Czechoslovakia his brothers. Who says Jews Stanley Friday when you wounded twice in the region then in the all done? He was on the strength to head into calm, about them to post, the Rhine river, took liberation of the concentration comes on the faces the survivors and the faces of the executioners alike. Maybe then. Moment truth that moment to you understood what you were fighting for. Brothers and on. Of you to Terrence you. What does the radio operator? I mean you what he decided to go to France to military operations in Normandy. And then in the Rhine region Vincent fine. Sometimes they approve tells Stanley Friday. How old Terrance all? Recognition of your unwavering Athens's, France to regain its freedom. I will in just a few minutes. The older of the knights of the legion. Donna. Thanks legion. On the highest distinction awarded by the for public commend you extrordinary action.

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"normandy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"normandy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"France Normandy, the place so associated with the allied invasion to liberate, mainland Europe, from Nazi Germany, President Trump with sixty veterans of the fight behind him, delivering the thanks of generations that came afterward on the sixth of June, nineteen forty four they joined a liberation force of awesome, power, and breathtaking scale, the president and first lady also visiting the Normandy, American cemetery resting place for nearly ninety four hundred US, servicemembers killed, not only in the invasion, but in the fight across Europe. I'm Bob Costantini back at home negotiations continued to try and avert tariffs being imposed against Mexico as punishment for its failure to stop the flow of Central American immigrants to the US border Trump administration and Mexican officials. Meet for a second time today, after the group, led by vice President Mike Pence failed to reach a deal Wednesday. The source saying, there's quote a. Very small chance. President Trump's tariffs won't happen. Corespondent Jessica Schneider. Russian President Vladimir Putin says the United States will not come to the table to discuss extending a key, nuclear arms reduction deal that set to expire in twenty twenty one raising new threats to global security Putin, also, criticized the US withdrawal from another key arms packed, and rejected Washington's claims of Russian violations of the agreement. Checking your money, the Dow open to twenty five five forty the NASDAQ at seventy five seventy five in sports monster. By light lighthouse Toronto beats Golden State to take a two one series lead in the NBA finals, the nationals blow a three run lead in the eighth only to win in the ninth on trade Turner's walk off. They beat the White Sox. Six two four the Orioles. Get walked off by the Rangers. They fall in twelve innings to one up next traffic and weather as mornings on the mall continues on WMA L and.

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"normandy" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"normandy" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Report with Antea next after Sam Smith and Normandy. Dancing with a stranger. One. Tom. Jude. Tonight tonight. Tonight. Tonight. Straight. Uh-huh. Exactly. Let you. This. Strange. Do. Zoo..

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