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"panama noriega" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"panama noriega" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"This is the twenty seventh day of December. It was an eighteen forty five Crawford long of Jefferson, Georgia used ether in childbirth for the first time, his first patient, his wife, and she successfully gave birth to a baby girl in nineteen hundred prohibitionist Carrie nation stage your first rate on saloon at the carry hotel in Wichita, Kansas smashing, all liquor bottles. Incite radical in the temperance movement. She gained fame by carrying a hatchet. For wrecking saloons is part of our anti booze crusade in nineteen thirty four the first youth hostel opened the United States it opened in Northfield Massachusetts. Have you ever stayed in a hostel? Never. I don't think I ever will never ever ever in nineteen thirty seven may west performed her infamous, Adam and eve skit which got her banned from NBC radio. Her name was not even allowed to be mentioned on the air. In nineteen sixty eight Apollo eight. And it's three astronauts made it safe nighttime. Splashdown in the Pacific in nineteen eighty nine on a visit to be Ville taxes. President Bush told a gathering that he was terminated bring depose Panamanian leader Miguel Miguel Manuel Noriega to Justice for poisoning children in the United States with illegal drugs. He made good on the promise following the murder of the US marine on the streets. Panama City ordered troops to Panama Noriega was captured and brought the United States to stand trial in April of nineteen Ninety-two. He was convicted on charges of racketeering, money laundering and drug trafficking. He sentenced to forty years in prison in one thousand nine hundred nine the space shuttle discovery and its seven-member crew returned to earth after fixing the Hubble space telescope and two thousand fifteen Iraqi forces re retook the ice held city of Romney ISIS was first captured I captured in may. So we've made a lot of movements in Iraq since then isn't that the truth? Yup. Isis is completely gone. But we have taken a lot from them. And that's a good thing. Now, you got the government turning on us. That's so what do you expect the government? All right,.

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"panama noriega" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

12:08 min | 1 year ago

"panama noriega" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Rich in for Dan. Some stormy weather ahead. We'll have updates throughout the night eight eighteen eighteen after eight and the number again six one seven two five four ten thirty or triple eight nine two nine ten thirty two the ring central nightside. Talkline we go, and we say Hello to a man, obviously. With an eye of the tiger, rocky and havendale rocky. Welcome to nightside dreading rich voice again. And thank you for taking my call. You bet. The floor is yours. Go ahead. Hey, I just wanted to ask you a question. You know, what everything says Trump cut in not that he's a hero? He's got skeletons like everybody else, including your in may. Why is it that can? Not turn over evidence. So the FBI it's I mean, these people are committing treason corruption felonies, call me liars, how come no one's going after this. Why is it just Trump? How come none of these people are being brought up indicted? I don't bet it. Well, I don't know enough about the inner workings of all the investigations except to say that there are certainly Republicans who are looking at the Hillary Clinton story. Although it doesn't get a lot of press, you know, with the with the servers and all that and Komi is not out of the woods. Either E keeps coming back to congress for testimony. I thought by now the Muller probe would have wrapped up most people did. But it seems to have legs and keeps going and going and more tentacles than we we originally thought. So. Yeah. But the kid that guy Christopher Steele over London spilled his guts said it's all a bunch of BS how much money under oath. What? I mean. Why aren't they just grabbing them putting the handcuffs on? Videoclips? In prison. Not that they're angels at thirty. And he knew that were innocent. Nothing happens who you're talking about Manafort or not I'm talking about like thirty forty years ago. Three guys from Boston will put in prison. He knew the renaissance guilty. He kept them in prison than we had to pay out one hundred sixty million dollars to the families. What I'm talking about the cell case, right? And on and on it goes, I mean, just one quick thing. One more thing to the Gulf. Yeah. That's right. Blah, blah, blah. And it says, yes, we take your jury service and the integrity of judicial system very seriously. So I circled it with a big black patent, and I wrote yoke, and then I wrote down all the judges like feely let out of prison the what the legal run out the back door because ice was out there the two. Slotted those to know surgeons on and on it goes, I said have Marty Walsh and tall. The wall has an illegal cell infamy. I have to go to work. Okay. Thank you, Tony. And don't mince words, we want to know what you really think. Okay. This is America's bag Porteous. Dan calls it. It's your opportunity as long as you stay within the boundaries of good taste to state. What you wanna stay? That's what freedom is all about Dan in east Milton next on nightside with Jordan in for Dan Ray. Welcome to WBZ, Dan. It all comes down to the money aspect of business. This a lot of guys we can take out of jail twelve through the labor the wall. But I called up and I spoke to Bradley. Fifteen thousand people the twenty coming up from the South American countries, you get away from horrible places. You don't feed these people for months? It keeps them at an air force base called them. Give them medicine. You know, all these Rockstars could pay nothing. I need on the government doesn't have to do it. They just. Take all these doctors coming right out of medical school in his good experience for them. So all you gotta do is just put like the morning the bracelets around their ankles because they're out in the open desert guys can't run. You know, what I mean it have guys on losses to watch them. And then as I say, you know, let these wealthy Rockstars pay for the shoulder have quarterbacks check them for you. The is anyways in nineteen eighty nine is I told Bradley a Jordan. You know, our country government. We talk Noriega out of his country because he was notorious criminal in one thousand nine hundred nine so Trump is going to get to get together with world leaders it Gordon hall will places like L saw L Vitor and get rid of these. So. These children, women and men. Good men can live in peace. Well, here we are talking about Syria and pulling out of that mess at this moment. And I don't know. You know? Before you go on. I think the idea of going into central or southern American countries. And and overthrowing horrible leaders is probably not in the cards at this time, particularly with with us doing what we're doing in Syria and elsewhere, I think America's very much important to America. And if two Americans I think it's important for us to take care of the home front, first and foremost, and certainly we've got to solve the immigration problem and come up with something some kind of compromise. But what was your other point? Your appointments, Jordan. Is you don't get this right in this? Hell. Bill Riley a craze him on one. Major thing. He goes President Obama kept going anywhere drones in shaving a great deal of human in. It should have been done that way even before him. He's all soldiers getting blown up in no unrolled aside. But we know bombed Lewis. And and that's because you know, we have a all the different technology. We did back in the seventy eight distinct Jordan, in my opinion. All these guys could have been shaved if they did with President Obama did keeps sending the drones India. Go arriving gives him full credit on. Well. All right. Thank you so much, Dan for your point of view. We appreciate it. Six one seven two five four ten thirty is the number of reaction to the well multiple number of stories, including the General Mattis retirement or resignation or firing call it what you will. It's still unclear as to what actually happened behind closed doors, but it's safe to say that General Mattis felt he couldn't agree with the policy and he's stepping down but not stepping down tomorrow, not till the end of February. And of course, the pullout from Syria all of this on top of the wall and the government shutting down other than that does not. Whole lot going on. Let's go next to Tony in Quincy on nightside with Jordan for Dan. Tony, welcome. Hello, Jordan grateful to have the opportunity. I call once in a while. I like to address briefly because I know you've got a lot of calls the Syrian thing overwhelmed with news. And then our miss information. One Syria were pulling the troops out. It's my understanding that Putin just said he was like kind of invited. I'm not going to get into the, you know, the international laws, but he was invited to come in. We went in we supported some. I don't know what you call them. These people like revolutionary. And we have a history seat one thing. I don't like is. We forget United States goes in and makes all these promises to support troops revolutionaries. And then we get out of there. Okay. So we're pulling the guys out of Syria. I'm all for that. Anyways, regardless of the politics. The next thing is about overwhelmed with news one day a week ago. I watched TV news station. Komo news addict. I'm not on the internet. And it showed this guy. It said this guy was at a house knocking on the door later on and show that the police chased I'm not concerned with what he did. I'm concerned. How it was presented the next thing. I know police Sean on a witness in the next door. Neighbor says there's gunshots. I wasn't sure if it was the first house a second house, but for two days watched the news didn't hear anything. I'm overwhelmed. The third. Thing is talking about. So just mentioned about I guess Central America, probably Panama. They arrested this gangster. That was the leader Panama Noriega Noriega. Thank you. See? I'm sixty eight. I forget the it's okay. Here's what I wanted to say about that Noriega was our guy we knew he did things. But what America public forget is. He had a treaty with bus, and he decided not to let us go through the Panama Canal under United States is policy changed. It a something. I'm not sure what it was. But we have a habit of doing things for years. We're still in Afghanistan. All I'm saying is I relied on news for so many years, and it's sixty eight years old. I'm not sure what the hell's going on. But I'm grateful that this radio station allows us to have the opportune. Unity to voice our opinion. Well, that's exactly Joe. Thank you so much. Thank you. Tony. I appreciate that six the point that I made it's it's an opportunity for you to sound off and and released a little bit of steam in a positive way and also express your opinion, but there's so much in the last two calls if you if you're just a listener and don't get generally call in the last two calls. Good guys. Both actually the last three calls. Were pretty much a part of this world dervish family of stuff, and I'm not. Casting any kind of aspersions on what they did. But it's interesting how many topics each caller wanted to talk about because there is such an onslaught of material that we have to sift through we in the news business in talk business have to sift through it to be prepared to talk about it. But the average tax paying American male female any age is deluge. Of course, if you add in all the stuff coming at you from the internet from all the various websites. It's it's Dongting to say the least six one seven two five four ten thirty. But the questions have to do with where we are right now, December twenty two thousand eighteen the wall, whether or not you think it's a it's an idea that needs to be paid for it's worth shutting the government down partially. The idea that people are opposed to us leaving taking two thousand mainly advisors two thousand advisors out of Syria. When for so many years people, including me have thought what are we doing in some of these places, we've stabilized part of the mission we've done what we've set out to do partially, but there's no real winning and certainly Afghanistan or places like Syria. I mean, they are really really desperate for help. But I don't know if the United States is able to do it if anybody can do it. So is it time to call in the chips and take the troops home. And and save American treasure in American blood and the other question is do you feel less secure now that the secretary of defense well respected around the world and in the country as announced he's no longer able to work for the president six one seven two five four ten thirty. We'll take a short break and return with your calls here on nightside. Dan Rae off. This is Jordan filling in we'll be right.

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"panama noriega" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"panama noriega" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Yes. Fail. Wow. Can you believe failed? Are you kidding? I mean, especially when you thought about everything that happened. The Persian Gulf war taking action getting everything together. Taking over Ronald Reagan dealing with the fall of the Russian empire and also the Russian empire the Soviet empire as well as what was happening. Elsewhere around the world number Panama Noriega, the drug Lord. There was ignoring ignoring the US the trafficking laws. We went out and took the guy out in a major in a major military operation. Made that Spain misstatement he goes we finally getting over that Vietnam thing that hangover. So what did George W Bush learned from watching his father's presidency? Cut seven. He said that watching his presidency. Criticism that he got his president helped you did. Because first of all bandaged child for president is unpleasant. I mean, you watch somebody you love get lamp wound are made fun of our harshly, criticized. It hurts. By the time, I became president. I you know, I had a fair amount of asbestos. Scan and it didn't hurt nearly as much it turns out fire retardant, exactly fire retardant. You know, one thing George W Bush did is forty three didn't watch much television. You look through his daily briefs, and they took highlights of the news. And most things we newspapers still back then and he would know what's going on. But the the he walk up to anchors or or cable news sort he would know who they were and Rumsfeld was the same way. And I think it worked to his benefit. I think it's safe to say that Donald Trump is the exact opposite approach when it comes to news. And perception, so what is the most admirable thing about this president is how we handle losses. And and how we handle people that beat them in emitted how he lost. I just think we lost the ability to lose gracefully in this country outside been or rock. I gotta give him credit. He gives credit to Senator Cruz. He doesn't end with his dour. Look blaming other people and say, look how close I got. He goes I lost. I'll think about what I do next, by the way, George Bush when Texas was blue had an admirable run for the Senate seat but lost in co created headlines because. Who was his handsome six two guy whose dad was famous whose family name was known, but who made his own name in Texas and has northern routes. It could get financing for national campaign. So by losing he became a national figure much like beta Rourke, but unlike beta Rourke, this guy at an incredible resume, and it made it very successful in business. But I'm just saying sometimes you could lose, and you can get people's attention, and George Bush was one to scrape himself off the ground. What love did he did is he made friends with his adversaries because he had no bitterness. It's easy to show bit no bitterness when you win. But when you lose your character, listen to Bill Clinton, cut, thirteen and our friendship just got better. In a world where everybody's just gotten each other all the time. I thought it was a good thing to show. It's been one of the great joys of my life. My friend supervision. Arguments were good natured and open. And we continue to debate things all the way up until recently Darren Lucienne FM news talk ninety seven one in Saint Louis. Hey darren. Hey, good morning, Brian. How're you? Great. I look forward to be joining debut little bit later on today. But what's on your mind now? Cool how you with a few things. I fall rest in peace fine. President George W. Herbert Walker Bush and one thing I to book ideas for you. For your next couple. One thing is Dan Quayle was ridiculed Ma. Through the dump? Fine man that probably has served at that high level of office as vice president. And that was before there was conservative media before social media, absolutely. The second point is every single time. I hear the figure one hundred fifty billion not million billion dollars was given away by Barack Obama. It always occurs to be mathematically that there are three hundred and thirty ish million people in America. What would have been the difference? If that money were related to every citizen and be nine state. Money's pretend, and no one seems to ever address that when you talk about the money the money to Iran. Yeah. Exactly. Okay. We're talking billion not million. Gotcha. Thanks Darren one eight six six four zero eight seven six six nine. I just think we gotta start making deals in this country and Bush forty one was willing to do it cost him for years. But I think people appreciate them for it. Set us up for a lot of prosperity during the Clinton years where they did cut deals, by the way. We're now watching the last lap last mile. I think the the motorcade is getting closer and closer to Air Force One. We're monitoring that is President Bush's casket makes its way towards Air Force One in route to DC which you'll be landing a little bit later today from Houston. This is.

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"panama noriega" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"panama noriega" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Her kids were absolutely magnificent. Dad? You. Yes. Wow. Can you believe failed? You kidding? I mean, especially when you thought about everything that happened. The Persian Gulf war taking action getting everything together. Taking over Ronald Reagan dealing with the Russian empire and also the Russian empire the Soviet empire as well as what was happening. Elsewhere around the world number Panama Noriega, the drug Lord. There was ignoring. It was ignoring the US the trafficking laws. We went out and took the guy out in a major in a major military operation. Mid that famous statement because we chart finally getting over the Vietnam thing that hangover so what did George W Bush learned from watching his father's presidency. Cut seven. He said that watching his presidency. Criticism that he got his president helped you did because first of all bandaged child for president is unpleasant. And then you watch somebody you love get lamp wound are made fun of our harshly, criticized. It hurts. By the time, I became president. I had a fair amount of has best. Scan. And it didn't hurt nearly as much at turns out fire retardant, exactly fire retardant eight oh one thing, George W Bush forty three didn't watch much television. Do you walked through his daily briefs? He took highlights of the news. And most things we newspapers still back then and he would know what's going on. But the the walk up to anchors or or cable news starts, he would know who they were and Rumsfeld was the same way. And I work to his benefit. I think it's safe to say that Donald Trump is the exact opposite approach when it comes to news perception. So what is the most admirable thing about this president is how we handle losses. And and how we handle people that beat them in emitted how he lost. I think we lost the ability to lose gracefully in this country outside bitter rock, I gotta give him credit. He gives credit to Senator Cruz. He doesn't end with his dour. Look blaming other people and say, look how close I got. He goes, I lost think about what I do next, by the way, George Bush. Bush. When Texas was blue had an admirable run for the Senate seat, but lost and co created headlines because who was his handsome six two guy whose dad was famous whose family name was known, but who made his own name in Texas and has northern routes. It could get financing for national campaign. So by losing he became a national figure much like beta Rourke, but unlike beta Rourke, this guy at an incredible resume, and it made it very successful in business. But I'm just saying sometimes you could lose you can get people's attention, and George Bush was one scraped himself off the ground. What I loved it. He did is he made friends with his adversaries because he had no bitterness. It's easy to show bit no bitterness when you win. But when you lose that shows, you character, listen to Bill Clinton cut thirteen and are just got better. In a world where everybody just gotten each other all the time. I thought it was a good thing to show. It's been one of the great joys of my life. My friend, supergirl arguments were good natured and open. And we continue to debate things all the way up until recently Darren Lucienne FM news talk ninety seven one in Saint Louis. Hey darren. Hey, good morning, Brian. How're you grace? Yeah. I look forward to be joining debut little bit later on today. But what's on your mind now? Cool. How you with a few things? I fall rest in peace fine. President George W. Herbert Walker Bush and one thing I had to book ideas for you. For your next couple. One thing is Dan Quayle was ridiculed mocked absolutely through the dump. Fine, man that probably has served at that high level of office as president and that was before there was conservative media before social media, absolutely. The second point is every single time. I hear the figure one hundred fifty billion not million. But billion dollars was given away by Barack Obama, it always occurs to be mathematically that there are three hundred and thirty ish million people in America. What would have been the difference if that money were related to every citizen and be nine state monies pretend and no one seems to ever address that what are you talking about the money the money to Iran? Exactly. Okay. We're talking billion not million. Gotcha. Thanks in one eight six six four zero eight seven six six nine. I just think we gotta start making deals in this country and Bush forty one was willing to do it it costs four years. But I think people appreciate them for it. Set us up for a lot of prosperity during the Clinton years where they did cut deals, by the way. We're now watching the last lap last mile. I think the the motorcade is getting closer and closer Air Force One. We're monitoring that is President Bush's casket makes its way towards Air Force One in route to DC which you'll be landing a little bit later today from Houston. This is the Brian Kilmeade show. Brian.

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"panama noriega" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:41 min | 2 years ago

"panama noriega" Discussed on WTVN

"Eight hundred six ten WTVN talking about the a little bit this morning about the the trouble with the perceived troubles anyway with the elections down in Florida and and votes still coming in. Why why don't we have standard standards? Why don't we have standard standards? Why is it a different process in one place than it is in another? Why know wouldn't it wouldn't it seem especially when you have when you have elections that. And I understand that that a that a race for Senate. More. So than I race for governor a race for Senate has national implications. But it's vote just to the people in that state. But why why would we have different criteria necessarily there than we do for here? We heard so many so many. So many. Reports of the the different ballots standards in the state of Georgia in there in the run-up to the election in the exact match law that they had there or in North Dakota. When it came to you had to have this specific kind of address registered to your to your your your voter registration, which threw off many, many native native Americans live in Indian reservation. There's Zona right now. Yeah. They just had. I I saw last night where they they came to some agreement to the Republicans in the Democrats as to how they're going to. I think they call it cure the ballots. Yeah. Which you know, you can look at that. However, you want sure, but they can go back in and readjust a ballot right after the fact, which I don't get that. I don't understand it. But again, I could be a little wrong on that. But I don't think it was necessarily about adjusting the ballot in lake inability to to clarify who was voted for or what was voted for so much as something where maybe it says. Maybe the name is off by something. And they can change of the vote. I'm pretty sure they could change after the fact if they felt I'll look it up okay during the break here. But if something along those lines where they could actually change the ballot in some manner, and it could do that like a couple of days afterwards. And now they've said we're not going to do that at all sit. There is some something along with it. I'll look it up. Yeah. Folks, change their votes known know what I'm saying is the whoever is looking at these ballots to determine intent is changing color canvassing board's right down in Florida. Something similar is happening there. So why we can't all just come to agreement on standards. We'd all benefit from that. We wouldn't have this sort of. I would agree these sorts of issues of of debate after an election. Let's go to David David. You're on six ten WTVN. Good morning. Good morning. Joe? I just want to mention about Veterans Day. Sure. I'm a former veteran I served in Panama Noriega, and I'll never forget how we got him out. We kept playing black Sabbath using paranoid all over. And Finally, I don't think he was a black Sabbath fan. I he finally gave. Yes, that's all my favorite memories. And also my father he served on in Okinawa. He hit the beaches there. I never forget what they went through. And also the Fleetwood MAC concert in the city was really a great show. I was talking to the gentleman earlier got on the air. And I said, you gotta go out and see these iconic band. On accounting. We don't know how much longer they're going to turn. They're all getting up in years. Yeah. I heard good reviews. That Fleetwood MAC show. Oh, it was good the former guitar player from Tom petty and the Heartbreakers Campbell he was in the ban, and they had him in there. He had joined the take place from a member. And also won the members from crowded house used to be their lead singer. With them. So that was a great show everything. And I really enjoyed that. And this one call real quick, John and thank all our veterans. Absolutely. Absolutely. And david. Thank you for your services. Well, appreciate that. Yeah. Lindsey Buckingham no longer with Fleetwood MAC. So I'm I I have to assume that's the that's the deal on that. So this week, Bob. I was in Las Vegas spent spent the bulk of the week at the New York, New York hotel and casino. Yes. And I don't know what event was going on in Las Vegas this week that that brought the folks out, but there were lots of uniformed military. Cool staying at the hotel, and you know, it was just like Monday, I sound like two guys. And and then suddenly Tuesday there there was a whole bunch and then Wednesday there was all much. So gave you an opportunity certainly every time. I got on an elevator and someone else in uniform to thank for their service. And I'm sure they were getting everywhere they went I would hope so yeah. Yeah. They cannot cannot think those folks for the sacrifice they make. All right. Let's go to Wendy, Wendy. You're on six ten WTVN. Good morning. Hey, you like being called JJ is to work better for you. I've been called much worse. Oh, okay. Well, what does worry then? I'm thinking after the midterms we have to remember we have more in common than we don't. And we all bleed red. Case in point you restrict people. Took water to a mobile home park didn't have water, and we didn't ask any questions. We just gave them the water. And government solving problems. Like this government. Slow government hasn't been there. Nobody's been there. We were there, and you need to be worried about being there instead of waiting for it to be fair because if you wait for everything to be fair. Things don't happen, right? They don't happen at all. Sometimes. So. You know, we need to really think about that. I've got a friend that. Like, Sharon raise. And I had this thing. Use Makina goes like this. This is a test of the are you listening system. This test has been developed by turns around the world to keep you informed. It is proposed that there are green men on Mars. Some say that the moon is made a green cheese. There are studies that say counting sheep can help you sleep. And I go on. And then I said this has been a test. The are you listening system if this is an actual you will hear the phone and which time I yelled her name. I went to tweet time. She wasn't listening. And I think that's part of our problem right now. We're not listening to each other. Assuming the other side is bad evil. We liars. And. If we take a few minutes to listen to each other. Not call names. Look at some original sources baby weekend figure out a few things and actually make our lives all better because that's a plan. So. Listen would be good. And of course, taking a few minutes to say thank you to a veterans not not just today. But anytime you see somebody new forms. You said finding ample Joe to say thank you for your service. We have our veterans that are going to be going to the border. God bless them. It's sort of. Children and women are being used as human shields. More than fifty percent allegedly are men of military age. I don't know what's going to happen. But if you believe in credits, great time to try some and. It's a great time to be thankful. I suggest to everybody. I talked to. Think of twenty five things they've thanks before. And if they can thank the Lord for them. It straightens out. You're calling on the evil in the bat because there's a heck of a lot of good. We've got a great nation. We have more privileges and more education more opportunities. Despite what anybody tells you, and I appreciate being able to talk to everybody today. Have a great Baidu Veterans Day and have a great day and try and make it better for somebody. All right. Thank you, Wendy. I appreciate that. Call. Appreciate.

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"panama noriega" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"panama noriega" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Big national holiday I can't do. The show by, myself I need support. So everybody. Gets a three day, weekend. But of. Course we're right back, here with you live on Tuesday no vacations for us Vacations for me. The crew takes may not me we. Are way too, busy right now special times RJ. How is the, special times gonna end Well norm Impeachment, or whatever but my my fantasy is your remember how the US used to take in at risk disgrace dictators like the, Shaab Iran or three host, or Ferdinand Marcos We've been arrested like the guy from Panama Noriega yeah but you know the they would live out, their lives here away, from their country and I just have this vision of Trump's and a pallets of gold bullion getting on a jet while, Kellyanne Conway provides air, cover and then. You know high tailing it out of US airspace and then ending up with duty in a compound with a big walk, in closet full of expensive. Time That's wonderful that's very very funny I, think that'd be that'd, be great I I don't think that's actually how is going in though I think it's actually more like he's going to, resign than anything else I. Thought so. But I, think he. Just I don't think. The guy is. A, I don't think he sees things with any degree of. Self reflection or connection to reality it's always I'm either winning or losing I'm going to lose and that's it unless he can figure out a way to. Spend resigning his winning in his mind I'll get back to running a business I've I've. Done what I, came to do. I turned Washington around going to go. Back to being successful multi-billionaire that I was before I got here something like that How about this Health RJ houses I. Have no. Idea no idea how long do you understand this? Kind of pressure his heart's bad. Blood pressure, can I mean I'm he's seriously overweight Oh he's the healthiest? President that's ever been president according. To him, and his doctor remember Doctors doctor has since this honored that letter just you know that doctor said, the Trump, dictator, renew all along right doctor was pressured into that by the deep state my friend Absolutely Jay I love. You I thank you for the. Call I gotta keep it, moving but I'm really glad you're with. Us, unreal, talk, nine, ten San, Jose beautiful, city and have a hockey team do the, sharks and, they're they're really. Good so and have a great goaltender who used to play for the Los Angeles Kings by the way Martin. Jones Just, saying in any. Event I don't want us to lose to leave today without reminding us that we. Did lose somebody very special Aretha Franklin's funeral was today.

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"panama noriega" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"panama noriega" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And that lockdown at a us air force base in taxes has been lifted it was lockdown down because of what's only being called a security incidents at a community center there the white house communications director is leaving his post just after a few months abc's karen travers says mike junkie resigned a week and a half ago and offered to stay on through president trump's overseas trips his final day hasn't been sets more changes are likely to calming cluding a scaling back of oncamera briefings by press secretary sean spicer white house correspondents' i've been hearing rumors of a bigger staff shakeup and a change to the trump administration's media strategy partly mayor ted wheeler says some upcoming all right rallies in his city are dangerous and inappropriate there's never a place for bigotry or hatred in our community and especially not right now wheeler said yesterday he fears the rallies would attract more violence in the wake of two people being stabbed and killed last week while defending women being bullied on a train the rallies are scheduled to take place on june fourth intent at federally owned plaza portland the aclu of oregon says we cannot revoke or denial permanent base on demonstrators viewpoints manuel noriega the former dictator panama has died noriega was a valuable intel source for the cia for decades but then he lost power nineteen eighty nine when president george hw bush sent in troops noriega declared his military dictatorship to be in a state of war with the united states and publicly threatened the laws of americans in panama noriega served a seventeen year drug sentence in the us he served more time in panama for killing off political enemies he got out on haas house arrest just months ago he died yesterday noriega was eighty three traffic from the hopefuls ocala honda traffic center crash in mid city la on the ten th was unsighted lost in the two lanes are blocked traffic religion becoming away from arlington getting into downtown northbound side of the ones going to be a heavy ride coming away from a lawsuit over to the one one crash cleared up in north hills of four or five roscoe so always been reopened they're still further coming up the wanted team or for bribing full of art the sunset so it's pretty heavy.

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"panama noriega" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"panama noriega" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Base in taxes has been lifted it was down because of what's only being called a security incidents at a community center there the white house communications director is leaving his post just after a few months abc's karen travers says mike junkie resigned a week and a half ago and offered to stay on through president trump's overseas trips his final day hasn't been sets more changes are likely to calming cluding a scaling back of oncamera briefings by press secretary sean spicer white house correspondents' i've been hearing rumors of a bigger staff shakeup and a change to the trump administration's media strategy partly mayor ted wheeler says some upcoming all right rallies in his city are dangerous and inappropriate there's never a place for bigotry or hatred in our community and especially not right wheeler said yesterday he fears the rallies would attract more violence in the wake of two people being stabbed and killed last week while defending women being bullied on a train the rallies are scheduled to take place on june fourth intent at federally owned plaza portland the aclu of oregon says we cannot revoke or denial permanent base on demonstrators viewpoints manuel noriega the former dictator panama has died noriega was a valuable intel source for the cia for decades but then he lost power nineteen eighty nine when president george hw bush sent in troops noriega declared his military dictatorship to be in a state of war with the united states and publicly threatened the laws of americans in panama noriega served a seventeen year drug sentence in the us he served more time in panama for killing off political enemies he got out on haas house arrest just months ago he died yesterday noriega was eighty three traffic from.

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"panama noriega" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"panama noriega" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Manuel noriega the one time dictator panama has died at the age of eighty three and here's carry con reports noriega was an ally of the us but was later ousted by american forces in the nineteen eighty nine invasion of central american country during his rule he was a key ally to the us in its fight against leftist insurgents nicaraguan now salvador allowing panama to be a training ground for american back soldiers and he provided a secret back channeled cuba's fidel castro but to the growing ire of the us noriega also sold arms to leftist guerrillas in central america allow panama to be a key conduit for colombian cocaine smugglers and was a ruthless dictator at home in nineteen eighty nine the us invaded panama noriega serve nearly twenty years in prison then jailed in france and ultimately back in panama until his death terry con npr news president trump's communications director is resigning but is still expected to stay on to assist with a transitional little longer that's the word today from white house chief of staff reince priebus in a statement about michael dell case decision to step down he tendered his resignation earlier this month and this all coming is trump's administration comes under greater federal scrutiny for its alleged ties to russia moscow has accused of meddling in the presidential election this is npr news from kqed news i'm brian watt the fate of a controversial development project in vallejo could be decided this week.

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"panama noriega" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"panama noriega" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Carry con reports noriega was an ally of the us but was later ousted by american forces in the nineteen eighty nine invasion of central american country during his rule he was a key ally to the us in its fight against leftist insurgents nicaragua el salvador allowing panama to be a training ground for american back soldiers and he provided a secret back channeled to cuba's fidel castro but to the growing ire of the us noriega also sold arms to leftist guerrillas in central america allow panama to be a key conduit for colombian cocaine smugglers an was a ruthless dictator at home in nineteen eighty nine the us invaded panama noriega serve nearly twenty years in prison then jailed in france and ultimately back in panama until his death carry con npr news president trump's communications director is resigning but is still expected to stay on to assist with a transitional little longer that's the word today from white house chief of staff reince priebus in a statement about michael doug his decision to step down he tendered his resignation earlier this month and there's all coming is trump's administration comes under greater federal scrutiny for its alleged ties to russia moscow has accused of meddling in the presidential election this is npr news this is wnyc and new york i'm ameri for totally the long island railroad is blaming amtrak for a third rail power failure in the east river tunnels this morning that caused major delays during the morning commute after the power went out in the tunnels around seven a m hundreds of commuters were left stranded onto trains and.

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"panama noriega" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"panama noriega" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"But the residents to decide how that money is spent but dave kerber with the group save our village says traffic in the area is already a nightmare in this developmental just make things worse change greenwood village crowded village to downtown ben people came out a loopier could live in a village my suburban bureau atmosphere antidote changes completely pretty fair kerber claims the new development will actually end up costing taxpayers more money in the long run president trump is at odds with the germans right now he's just tweeted quote we have a massive trade deficit with germany and they pay far less than they should on nato and military very bad for us closequarter opposition leader martin schulz saying president trump wants to humiliate others and presents himself like an authoritarian ruler they have to german chancellor angela merkel said germany may no longer able to count on the us as a reliable partner saying anyone who puts on national blinkers and no longer has is the world around him is ultimately out on a limb fox's simon owen reporting is just the first shooter drop the head of white house communications is out as the administration makes changes to its media strategy when has communications director mike dad stepping down from that role after only three months in the trump administration he resigned may ten that offered to stay on to the president's overseas trip his final day hasn't been set more changes are likely to come including a scaling back of oncamera briefings by press secretary sean spicer karen travers abc news the white house it's not clear if president trump will have anything more to say today on the subject of his top advisor and son in law jared kushner has published schedule is pretty light today the president has a little to say about the report they've kushner tried to set up back channel communications between the transition team and moscow and has yet to take questions on the matter from reporters reaction in the wake of the death of panama's former dictator general manuel noriega mark the ouster of maria in an american invasion by thenpresident bush general noriega turned himself in to us authorities in panama noriega spent more than twenty years it american and presents for drug trafficking and money laundering before he returned to panama in more recent years.

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"panama noriega" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"panama noriega" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from npr news in washington i'm cordoba coleman manuel noriega the one time dictator a panama has died at the age of eighty three sp are scary con reports noriega was an ally of the us but was later ousted by american forces in the nineteen eighty nine invasion of the central american country during his rule he was a key ally to the us in its fight against leftist insurgents nicaraguan now salvador allowing panama to be a training ground for american back soldiers any provided a secret back channeled to cuba's fidel castro but to the growing ire of the us noriega also sold arms to leftist guerrillas in central america allow panama to be a key conduit for colombian cocaine smugglers and was a ruthless dictator at home in nineteen eighty nine the us invaded panama noriega serve nearly twenty years in prison then jailed in france and ultimately back in panama until his death kerry con npr news a portland oregon man appears in court today accused of fatally stabbing two men and injuring a third the incident began on a light rail train when the suspect allegedly harassed two young women one wearing a job three men intervene two of them died mali solomon of oregon public broadcasting has more 35yearold jeremy christian is facing multiple counts of murder being a felon in possession of a weapon and intimidation charges oregon's equivalent of a hate crime portland police are taking the lead on the investigation but are getting assistance from the us attorney's office in the federal bureau of investigation the fbi says it's still too early to determine if this was an act of domestic terrorism or meets the standards of a federal hate crime christian has a history of previous arrest.

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"panama noriega" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"panama noriega" Discussed on WWL

"The death of former dictator cbs news special report panama's former strongman manuel noriega is dead at age eighty three us invasion drove him from office nineteen eighty nine then president george h w bush general noriega reckless threats and attacks upon americans in panama created in imminent danger the thirty five thousand american citizens and panama cbs news foreign affairs analyst pamela falk us military action to remove noriega from power twenty eight years ago ended this saga of americans support for former ally hand dictator and ten years later the us would sign the panama canal treaty returning control to panama noriega spent much of the rest of his life in prison former us diplomat bernard williams aaron said he was a dictator he had an old and stolen election he was a narcotrafficker he had brutalised and attacked his own citizens he news special report i'm peter king north korea tuesday boasted its task of a precision guided missile is being a big success saying it had zeroed in with a few meters of a target provocatively close to japan the north korean leader kim jonghoon supervised the launch of the guided ballistic rocket the third missile test by the nucleararmed regime in less than three weeks right in defiance of us military action threats more from cbs's don kirk in seoul the interesting thing about this guidance system is that it does indeed pose a threat to us aircraft coming near south korea as pepsi those be won't be bombers is that believed however that the north koreans are in any position to start shooting down american planes on missions over south korea or in the waters off the korean peninsula wwl news time six thirty six and steve geller has wwl sports yell issue baseball team earn a number four national seed in the nc wwii tournament and millstone regional play this friday at alec stadium against texas southern coach pulmonary.

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"panama noriega" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"panama noriega" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Special report panama's former strongman manuel noriega has died that country's government says after recent brain surgery noriega was longtime ally who turned against the us it a nineteen eighty nine then president george h bush at american troops into capture direct at our armed forces to protect the lives of the american citizens in panama into brings general noriega the justice in the united states cbs news foreign affairs expert panel of fog us military action to remove noriega from power at twenty eight years ago ended a saga of americans support for a former ally and dictator and ten years later the us would sign the panama canal treaty returning control to panama noriega was notorious for alliances with drug traffickers he served seventeen years in us prisons on drug charges and spent most of the rest of his life in prison in france and panama manuel noriega was eighty three cbs news special report i'm peter king tamil x news time five thirty two north korea is boasting its test him a precision guided missile saying it was successful and did had zeroed in within a few meters of a target provocatively close to japan north leader kim younghoon supervised the launch of the guided ballistic rocket the third missile test by the nucleararmed regime in less than three weeks and carried out in defiance of us threats of military action and un sanctions we get more from cbs's don kirk install the interesting thing about this guidance system is that it does indeed pose a threat to us aircraft coming near south korea as especially those be won't be bombers is that believed however that the north koreans are in any position to start shooting down american planes on missions over south korea or in the waters off the korean peninsula a local lawmaker asked the nation to remember one of the worst race riots in american history one hundred years ago in east st louis this resolution i hope we draw attention to those events so the city the state and the country could reflect on the atrocities of this riot and could to heal illinois senator james claiborne of belleville passed a resolution monday in remembrance of the riots in nineteen seventeen labor disputes became racial issues that to win.

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"panama noriega" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"panama noriega" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"By vernoux raises blowing the day of the dictator is over after the first president bush said about panamanian dictator manuel noriega he was called ruthless despot the most feared man in panama noriega has died in a panama city hospital at the age of eighty three here's cbs news correspondent jim chenevey one of the bigger flipflops of us foreign policy involve washington's relationship with panamanian strongman manuel noriega for decades he was a us ally fighting against communist in latin america but by the winner of nineteen eighty nine the white house wanted him gone as cbs news reported the us government saw him not only is a rogue dictator but a major drug dealer and sent twenty five thousand troops to panama to remove him noriega was arrested and sent to the us for trial he left panama with only a bible toothbrush coal manda future to be spent in jail cells jim chenevey cbs news north korea is boasting tests of a precision guided missile system are going quite well and it now has the ability to get twenty three feet within a target it's a test for the trump administration which has told that regime the style seeing some progress by the present to get china on board to stiffen its pressure against north korea but we have not seen any signs of that is fact affected the north korean leadership at cbs and political contributor zeke miller golf great tiger woods has been out of the sport's headlines now he's in the news headlines for an arrest put in jail for driving under the influence in palm beach florida is out of jail now saying he's sorry you're cbs news correspondent manuel bore his last major title with nearly a decade ago the two thousand eight us open since then he has been plagued by injuries and poor play he deserves to finish his career on a better notes that appears to be happening right now gulf writer ayman lynch tiger woods played golf at a level that no one before him or sense him has played and may never play again that's going to be hard to deal with wing when your best days and they were that good are so far behind you in the rearview mirror woods released a statement saying he had taken prescription drugs before driving.

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"panama noriega" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"panama noriega" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Vernoux raises blowing the day of the dictator is over after the first president bush said about panamanian dictator manuel noriega he was called ruthless despot the most feared man in panama noriega has died in panama city hospital at the age of eighty three here's cbs news correspondent jim chenevey one of the bigger flipflops of us foreign policy involve washington's relationship with panamanian strongman manuel noriega for decades he was a us ally fighting against communist in latin america but by the winner of nineteen eighty nine the white house wanted him gone as cbs news reported the us government saw him not only as a rogue dictator but a major drug dealer and sent twenty five thousand troops to panama to remove him noriega was arrested and sent to the us for trial he left panama with only a bible toothbrush coal manda future to be spent in jail cells jim chenevey cbs news north korea is boasting tests of a precision guided missile system are going quite well and it now has the ability to get twenty three feet within a target it's a test for the trump administration which has told that regime the style seeing some progress by the present to get china on board to stiffen its pressure against north korea but we have not seen any of that is a fact of the north korean worship at cbs and political contributor zeke miller golf great tiger woods has been out of a sports headlines now he's in the news headlines for an arrest put in jail for driving under the influence in palm beach florida is out of jail now saying he's sorry you're cbs news correspondent manuel bore his last major title with nearly a decade ago at two thousand eight us open since then he has been plagued by injuries and poor play he deserves to finish his career on a better no than appears to be happening right now golfwriter ayman lynch tiger woods played golf at a level that noone before him or since then has played and may never play again that's going to be hard to deal with wing when you're s days and they were that good are so far behind you in the rearview mirror woods released a statement saying he had taken prescription drugs before driving that he was not drunk right wing groups plan to descend.

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"panama noriega" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"panama noriega" Discussed on WWL

"Men for a new raises blowing the day of the dictator is over at what the first president bush said about panamanian dictator manuel noriega he was called ruthless despot the most feared man in panama noriega has died in a panama city hospital at the age of eighty three here's cbs news correspondent jim chenevey one of the bigger flipflops of us foreign policy involve washington's relationship with panamanian strongman manuel noriega for decades he was a us ally fighting against communist in latin america but by the winner of nineteen eighty nine the white house wanted him gone as cbs news reported the us government saw him not only as a rogue dictator but in major drug dealer and sent twenty thousand troops to panama to remove him noriega was arrested and sent to the us for trial he left panama with only a bible toothbrush coal manda future to be spent in jail cells jim chenevey cbs news north korea is boasting tests of survey precision guided missile system are going quite well and it now has the ability to get twenty three feet within a target it's a test for the trump administration which has told that regime to stand seen some progress by the present to get china on board to stiffen is pressure against north korea but we have not seen any side that is affected the north korean leadership at cbs and political contributor zeke miller golf great tiger woods has been out of the sport's headlines now he's in the news headlines for an arrest put in jail for driving under the influence in palm beach florida is out of jail now saying he's sorry you're cbs news correspondent manuel bojorquez last major title with nearly a decade ago that two thousand eight us open since then he has been plagued by injuries and poor play he deserves to finish his career on a better notes that appears to be happening right now gulf ayman lynch tiger woods played golf at a level that no one before him or since then has played and may never play again that's going to be hard to deal with wing when you're s days and they were that good are so far behind you in the rearview mirror woods released a statement saying he had taken prescription drugs before driving.

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