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Hinckley says he's sorry for shooting that wounded Reagan

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 23 hrs ago

Hinckley says he's sorry for shooting that wounded Reagan

"The man who shot and wounded president Ronald Reagan in 1981 has made a public apology I'm Ben Thomas with details John hinckley junior says he doesn't remember and doesn't want to remember the emotions he was feeling when he fired the shots that wounded president Reagan paralyzed his press secretary James Brady and also wounded a police officer and a Secret Service agent Ben 25 hinckley was suffering from acute psychosis when he undertook the assassination attempt Appearing on CBS mornings his first TV interview since his release from court supervision hinckley says he does feel remorse for all the lives his actions affected He says he realizes those people probably can't forgive him now but he still wants them to know he's sorry I'm Ben Thomas

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The Ending of Uncovered Arrivals & Depatures

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | Last week

The Ending of Uncovered Arrivals & Depatures

"But one of the things I was always proud of with the Secret Service too is our screw ups not just helpful hints became part of our training in the future You know how many times I showed students when I was an instructor and went through the academy myself that Reagan video of him being shot outside the Hilton in Washington D.C. we would say to suits this is where we screwed up You know what we did there that we never did again we did an open arrival and departure Meaning you could see the president leave you've seen the video President Reagan waves on departure from the Hilton and John hinckley then shoots him from the press pen Well what did we learn from that We learned to never do uncovered arrivals or departures again uncovered we now do them intense For a couple reasons Number one it's hard to shoot what you can't see But number two we try to keep him guessing where exactly he's going to arrive Go underground if you can if you have to go above ground put a tent Why isn't a rival in departure of a protectee the most dangerous part of your mission because of the deadly diamond It's like two diamonds back to back If you were looking to kill the president God forbid you have to know where he is And the best place on a motorcade route is where he arrives at the airport where he rise at the site Because he's going to arrive and depart You don't know where he's going to go in between their 5 or 6 different streets they can take You want to set up an advance and we change that It's time to look at these videos now and change everything

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 NYC guitar concert by Hinckley, who shot Reagan, is canceled

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

NYC guitar concert by Hinckley, who shot Reagan, is canceled

"A John hinckley concert that was scheduled for next month in New York has been canceled The market hotel in Brooklyn made the announcement on social media citing very real and worsening threats and hate the 67 year old Hank Lee shot and wounded president Reagan in 1981 He was found not guilty by reason of insanity and Wednesday was freed from federal court oversight In recent years hinckley has released songs on Spotify and posted videos of himself singing and playing a guitar on YouTube Public performances by hinckley that were scheduled for Chicago and hamden Connecticut already had been canceled before the market hotel made its announcement I'm Mike

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John Hinkley Jr. freed from court oversight after decades

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last week

John Hinkley Jr. freed from court oversight after decades

"The man who shot and wounded president Reagan in 1981 has been freed from court oversight After concluding decades of supervision by legal and mental health professionals John hinckley wrote on his Twitter account quote after 41 years two months and 15 days freedom at last The lifting of restrictions had been expected since last September When U.S. district judge Paul Friedman said he planned to free Hank Lee in June if he remained stable At that time hinckley's attorney Barry Levine said his client was doing well I think John has done exceedingly well over a long period of time This disease is in full remission He's done nothing dangerous Friedman says hinckley has shown no signs of active mental illness since the 1980s and his exhibited no violent behavior are interest in weapons Mike Hempen Washington

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Liz Cheney Dares to Quote Ronald Reagan Following Award

Mark Levin

01:28 min | Last month

Liz Cheney Dares to Quote Ronald Reagan Following Award

"Cheney You know dizzy Lizzy Cheney only gets the attention she gets now because she is trying to destroy Trump and all the Trump supporters If dizzy Lizzy had actually lived up to her positions when she ran for the House in the first place as she'd be getting no attention or only very negative attention Do you know that dizzy Lizzy Cheney Got the profiles and courage award from the John F. Kennedy library mister producer Is that interesting No more Halliburton Thank God No more Chinese war criminals No The JFK profile encourage award yesterday And she dares to quote president Reagan And George Washington when this award has become an award for radical leftists and radical leftists only And she's very proud And her new friend Nancy Eva Pelosi stretch is very proud of her And wait until they have their public hearings and waiting to all I'm telling you

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Are We Getting the Government We Deserve?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:20 min | Last month

Are We Getting the Government We Deserve?

"And speaking of value and worth, I want to talk about government in this hour and what it is supposed to mean in this republic. And I want to quote the Declaration of Independence because I think this is the first time since before our independence. That we must seriously wonder if we are getting the government we deserve. You heard me, quote, president Reagan last time. And it's what our government is surely become. What was it? The 9 most terrifying words in the English language. Actually, even liberals left what I tell them that. I'm from the government and I'm here to help. Yeah, I got an IRS noticed this week. It made me, it wasn't me, Sean. It was someone in my family. That doesn't make it easier for me because I'm the one that will have to deal with it. We started our country with the Declaration of Independence and the constitution. And it is time to look at it for meaning again now. And all of our students, I'm a teacher to part time, as you know, should have it as required reading. And here's how it starts. One in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God notice nature's God, entitle

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The Only Way America Can Be Healed Is by Turning to Christ

The Larry Elder Show

02:15 min | Last month

The Only Way America Can Be Healed Is by Turning to Christ

"Let's go to Linda in North Carolina. Linda, welcome to Carl Jackson prime time. You got the mic. Thank you, Carl. So good to speak with you. I've been listening to you I've never heard of you before. And let's now nanny 4.5. But the thing that I love about you the most, I believe you have a very personal and intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. You know, knowing Jesus is like, I tell people, you know, we knew our president Reagan and we know our president Donald Trump, but we don't know them personally and intimately. But when we get to know Jesus, the Jesus, the real Jesus of the Bible, we know him personally and intimately his character becomes our character. And I sense that in your spirit and also one little word will send that what's wrong with our nation, and I've got a little thing to say, sin will take you further than you want to go. San will continue longer than you want to say. And seeing more call you more than you want to pay. A little children's school. Sandy's going upside run to the craft. I had a picture of a cross and mama and daddy in the bottom. And even in my church today, the young man has grown that was in my San Diego class. He said in a church where an Christian school and he asked him, he said, what Bible are you reading from? And he was the only one that did, he said, mom bobbled doesn't say that. But you know, we're walking Bible. America, even before The Walking Dead, we got people that are dead walking around dead. And so the cows they're dead in sins and trespasses. And the only way America can be healed is for 18° water turn to Christ to get to know him personally. And that his character becomes your character.

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Are All Reagan Presidential Foundation Board Members Reaganites?

Mark Levin

02:07 min | 2 months ago

Are All Reagan Presidential Foundation Board Members Reaganites?

"It looks like mostly the board Of the Reagan foundation Which I feel a very close affinity to our Friends and surrogates and confidants of the chairman Fred Ryan to make sure he has no challenges And your little fare early on he was staff assistant at the pregnant president Reagan in the office of presidential advance Where of course he would have met his friend Fred Ryan Just giving you some examples Let's see here We have John lonsdale cofounder managing partner 8 VC a U.S. based venture capital firm which manages $4 billion Something is strange here mister producer Why all these individuals these investors these finance guys there aren't many reaganites on the Reagan border directors ladies and gentlemen and McLaughlin core locus is Steve Forbes is Then you have Susan McCall businesswoman former diplomat and philanthropist She served as the U.S. ambassador to the republic of Austria under whom And is currently president of S and R capital investments We have Rupert Murdoch and Lachlan Murdoch those are two reaganites Peggy noonan really a reaganite name only Ted Olson used to be an old buddy of mine but he's crossed the railroad tracks Gerald parsky chairman of aurora capital Jim Patterson chairman chief executive officer for sole owner of the Patterson group Canada's third largest privately held company I know that was here oregano

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Charles Thorngren, CEO of Legacy Precious Metals, on Inflation

The Trish Regan Show

01:31 min | 3 months ago

Charles Thorngren, CEO of Legacy Precious Metals, on Inflation

"We've talked about inflation for quite a while now. And I think the scary thing about it is it's actually worse than we were actually talking about. I think you'll see that number jump into the double digits real soon. A quarter basis point here, a half basis point there by the fed. It's not enough and it's going to be delayed. They really don't have a choice, unfortunately. If they were to come out and say, we're going a full point, the equities market would be destroyed. And they can't have that either. No, they're terrified of that. That's clear. But you know, I'm looking at the fed and you and I both criticize them for their failure to act earlier, but now I'm like, guys, you know, they still don't get the message because they're planning these rate hikes, but you're right, Charles, it's not enough. Larry summers, former, ahead of the treasury, under Bill Clinton, former head of the national economic council under Barack Obama, not exactly in other words, you know, a conservative. He's out there pounding them and saying, listen, there's no way that they can avoid inflation at this point. It's there. It's coming because what are they going to do, Charles? I mean, suddenly say, okay, we're going to raise by a whole point, a point and a half. You and I know that's not going to happen. No. No. The only one who would have possibly done anything like that as long in the history books that would have been a president Reagan. It would have been the only one who had that kind of courage, but you're not going to see that now. And realistically, it's good that we don't. The economy is not strong enough for it.

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Everything You Need to Know About Michael Waller

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:15 min | 3 months ago

Everything You Need to Know About Michael Waller

"War. He is Michael Waller. He is senior analyst for strategy at the center for security policy, author of secret empire, the KGB in Russia today. Mike, welcome to America first one on one. It's great to be with you, Seb. All right, let's start at the big picture stuff. We got to deal with the conspiracy theories, the tinfoil hattery, including on our side, sadly, for conservatives, but okay, let's start with you. You were doing some interesting things during the real Cold War in the 1980s. Tell our millions of listeners across the planet. Who Mike Waller is and what's he done? Oh, well, started out with president Reagan. I was a college kid in army ROTC and the army wasn't doing anything. So I quit and joined the contras in Nicaragua. Drive the country. How does a kid join the contras? Where'd you go to the contrary recruiting office? No, it didn't happen. It was actually president Reagan's staff and faith whittlesey. You remember that? Yes, of course. Yeah. So how did you know them? How did you know the administration? So Morton Blackwell leadership institute. So I was skinny intern with a lot of hair back then. And I sent it intern and Morton Blackwell worked in that office. And he said, hey, come to something called cpac. Cpac 81. Wow. And then he disappeared right after Reagan was elected, went on the transition team, and so I kept up with him as a youth activist. And this is a question where you have people go to high places like in The White House and they bring young people along with them to recruit cadre. And that's how I made the connections to go. So how old were you? 21. And why were you such a hardcore anti communist age 21, Mike Walla? Because I was an environmental activist in high school against the nuclear power plant, and then I was dressed down in a self criticism meeting where I was told this is not about the environment this is about overthrowing American capital. Oh, hang on. So there was like a Maoist self critique session with your bodies and then you saw the light that has nothing to do with Gaia and mother earth. No, it was. It was professionals. This is northern New England, and I was just a 15 years old, and these were professionals from California who came in. And we were just kids. We just cared about not dumping boiling water from a reactor core into the ocean where we'd go fishing with our grandpa. And that's what I was interested

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McConnell Unfazed About Biden Promising Black Woman to SCOTUS

Mark Levin

01:00 min | 4 months ago

McConnell Unfazed About Biden Promising Black Woman to SCOTUS

"But Mitch McConnell was at a luncheon and Lexington Kentucky yesterday the Washington examiner was either there they got an audio of some of this And he said the following cut 16 go I heard a couple of people say they thought it was inappropriate for the president To announce he was going to put an African American woman on the court Honestly I did not think that was inappropriate President Reagan promised to put a woman on the Supreme Court Sandra Day O'Connor president Trump promised to put a woman on the Supreme Court when justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away This is typical It's like the people who argue well since Biden is in securing the southern border why does he care about the border in Ukraine Excuse me I care about both borders don't you folks Of course

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Graham: Biden Nominating a Black Woman to SCOTUS Isn't Affirmative Action

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Graham: Biden Nominating a Black Woman to SCOTUS Isn't Affirmative Action

"But I did hear Lindsey yesterday and I want to play that for our audience so they can hear Lindsey Graham on face the nation talking about this cut number 5. Well, it's not different than me. Put me in the camp of making sure the court and other institutions look like America. You know, we make a real effort as Republicans to recruit women and people of color to make the party look more like America. Affirmative action is picking somebody, not as well qualified for past runs. Michelle, Charles is incredibly qualified. There's no affirmative action component if you pick her. She is highly qualified and president Reagan said running for office that he wanted to put the first female on the

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John Hinckley, who shot Reagan, to be freed from oversight

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

John Hinckley, who shot Reagan, to be freed from oversight

"A federal judge says Ronald Reagan's would be assassin can be freed from all over mating restrictions next year judge Paul Friedman says he'll rule this week on a plan that would release John Hinckley junior from all court supervision in June if he remains mentally stable and keeps following the rules that were imposed after he left a Washington hospital five years ago Heatley was twenty five twenty shot and wounded president Reagan in nineteen eighty one a jury found him not guilty by reason of insanity Friedman says that out sixty six year old Egli has shown no symptoms of active mental illness violent behavior or interest in weapons since nineteen eighty three Sager mag Ghani at the White House

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Judge will consider ending restrictions for John Hinckley

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

Judge will consider ending restrictions for John Hinckley

"Lawyers are scheduled to meet in federal court in Washington today to decide whether John Hinckley the man who tried to assassinate president Reagan should be freed from court imposed restrictions the restrictions range from how Hinckley's medical care is overseen to keeping officials updated on what is computer passwords are thankfully was transferred to Williamsburg Virginia from a Washington hospital in twenty sixteen doctors and therapists have been overseeing is psychiatric medication and deciding how often he attends therapy sessions the U. S. government opposed ending court restrictions in a may court filing but Hinckley's attorney believes his client should get an unconditional release saying he no longer poses a threat I'm Mike Hampton

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Why Is the FDA Attacking a Safe, Effective Drug?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:56 min | 11 months ago

Why Is the FDA Attacking a Safe, Effective Drug?

"Kudos to the wall street journal for publishing this piece. See who wrote it. Women see david henderson and charles. Hooper david henderson is with the hoover institution at stanford senior health economist with president reagan's council of economic advisers and hooper. Charles hooper is president of objective insights. A firm that consults with pharmaceutical clients. Why is the fda attacking a safe effective drug. The subheading ivermectin is a promising cova treatment and prophylaxis but the agency is denigrating. So while they're telling you well you know what the vaccine really doesn't protect you that much you need to wear a mask can't be around. People are infected. And you'll probably need a booster shot and we don't know how it will handle the variant. In the meantime. I've been taking ivermectin for over a year as exactly described as a prophylaxis. I've been around people with covert. I did know social distancing. No mask wearing within my own home. I didn't get a sniffle earlier this year. The agency that the fda put out a special warnings that you should not quote you should not use ivermectin to treat or prevent cova. Nineteen i charge. The fda with killing tens of thousands of americans would that statement plus shattering the economy because of took ivermectin so fewer so many fewer would be hospitalized.

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"president reagan" Discussed on Real Dictators

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"president reagan" Discussed on Real Dictators

"President. Reagan takes to the airwaves. He names qaddafi mad dog of the middle east even if his geography is a little off. Libya technically being north africa. The branding is copyrighted perfection. The sound budget picked up around the world. And i think that indicates some degree of feelings of president reagan is administration towards did avi as the nineteen eighties progress. There was more and more interest in doing something about libya. Question is what can you do one of the reasons. I picked on libya one because he could very public administration. It lacked substantial means through tower. Eight at least that's what the us government. I thought there was an extra element to bring into. Play here since one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. Libya has been locked in battle with its southerly neighbour way across the sahara desert. The country of chad is finding libya for control of disputed. I wou strip. It is what the strip contains that is causing alarm bells to ring uranium by securing this territory gadhafi will have a vital ingredient. The manufacturing nuclear weapon gadhafi has already announced that libya is manufacturing mustard gas at a facility in raptor. Could nukes really be next. Seventeen forty six hours on the evening of monday. April fourteenth nineteen ninety six twenty four american f one eleven strike aircraft. Climb into the sky. Above suffolk england the red glow from their engines burning into the twilight at the same time as the planes take off the us sixth fleet maneuvers into position. Both parties coordinating combined night. Strike at around two am. Local time in their crosshairs are series of military and strategic locations. Vital gadhafi's military operations despite a tip from officials in malta. With whom gadhafi struck up friendly relations. The street lights remain on. In libya's two main cities floodlights illuminate public buildings car. Headlights drift lazily. Along the roads as the f. one elevens roar in at low level to start libyan defenses loose of surface to air missiles and anti aircraft fire. But much of the shooting wild. The attack on tripoli takes just eleven minutes the f. one elevens hitting their targets hard before burning out of libyan airspace. They even take five gadhafi's transport planes bonus over in benghazi. The us navy planes have done. Their job goes on television. Live from the white house. I all americans at seven o'clock this evening eastern time. Air and naval forces of the united states launched a series of strikes against the headquarters terrorist facilities and military assets that support more qaddafi subversive activities. The attacks were concentrated and carefully targeted to minimize casualties among the libyan people with whom we have no quarrel from initial reports are forces have succeeded in their mission at least reconnaissance flight confirms that all the key objectives have been realized including striking the biggest prize. Gadhafi's headquarters at bob eliza while the us is boasting of a case of mission accomplished gadhafi is announcing to the world. Members of his own family. Killed the exact details of unclear but among the dead he names won his adopted six year old hannah existence when later be challenged but it has the desired effect nonetheless qadhafi. The international pariah instant victimhood and allegedly is adopted. Dr dining the attack. Now that's a subject of some controversy in the sense of during the two thousand eleven revolution. T supposedly surfaced as a working nurse in tripoli though there's always been a question as to who if anyone really died it certainly from the libyan side made for great story the american devils attack libya and yellow dunes. Early light is revealed to be destruction in some residential areas of the capital as many as three hundred civilians. A dead is unclear. Whether this was from incorrect american targeting libyan anti-aircraft ordonez falling back to earth to a global audience Hospital woods are extremely disturbing in tripoli angry. Militiamen chanting in the street. Gadhafi sons before the rebel and addresses america. The great satan directly speaking to the television cameras in english. You'll government is a terrorist government. Reagan is the biggest terrorist in the world. You off from civilization. we are a nation of civilization. it'll turn out to even in washington that some in the us intelligence community had had reservations about the strike suggesting it could be destructive and counterproductive bombing of libya was designed to destabilize the regime. In fact it had the opposite effect. The us government. The reagan administration thought that bombing libya one affect might be to embolden the military to taku and overthrow the jeep and actually the reverse happened. The bombing showed a week we libyan military was and discredited them in the eyes levian populace as opposed to making a group that might become a rallying point against the revolution secondly the attack invigorated emboldened the radical minority constituted. The revolutionary committees formed the nine hundred. Seventy nine. They became more aggressive in their efforts to silence voices opposition and as a result within a year gaddafi was in a stronger position are wise than had been in the past to make matters worse. Good after resume responded in a variety of ways the republic. Us public public around the world didn't realize until almost two decades later when a report surfaced and that when days of the attack on libya. Their states libyan's fascinated to kidnap britain's in an american who were held in beirut attacked the us embassy employees in sudan. They directed a missile attack towards the us insulation. On the italian island lampedusa and later they worked with dow terrorist to bomb a us service organization. Naples italy even later. There's evidence that they attempted to recruiters chicago street gang in chicago illinois encouraging them to attack them. Our airlines was solar filed weapons so these activities and probably others were not aware of certainly contradicted the popular mess by the reagan administration that the raid ended living support for terrorists. The tat cycle kuebler leeann densify. It's inevitable that gadhafi will plot an active revenge to come back with a spectacular with his next move. He was truly shocked. The world in the next episode of real dictators daffy takes to the skies bringing down passenger flight over lockerbie. He extends his terror network in a desperate attempt to maintain his struggle against the west as well. Detention focuses on a new regional dictator. Saddam hussein gadhafi becomes a marginalized international outcasts. But he.

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"president reagan" Discussed on Real Dictators

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"Of the iranian revolution. Increased diversification by western oil importers and subsequent drop in demand is hitting the libyan economy hard in february nineteen eighty two in the wake of the gopher cedric incident. Military scuffle with the us. America instigates an oil embargo biting the situation over the first half of the nineteen eighties in libya. Oil revenues full by quarters. Massive public works like the great manmade river irrigation pipeline. A pet project of gadhafi's lion finished many libyans now live hand to mouth as a thriving. Black-market could office report card was very midst by the mid nineteen seventies. So joffe had put a lot of effort into turning libya into a strong oil exporter. Qaddafi had worked very diligently to make sure that libya was vast net. Oil exporter and libya was a member of opec that libya was a member of sort of the arab oil cartel and so two nafi had a lot to develop libya at least coastal libya at the same time while qaddafi was strengthening libya's energy sector while he was working to improve education his big projects. We're going miserably of national and world was wasted of national resources west abundance of opportunities and chances that we're before billions build their own country as a developed nation. We weather living in advocacy. I could see kind of world real world. Everything in venus shows that bebo of insult me would ruin their own country the living room themselves whereas it was actually a small minority that country unthinkable as it may have been. Previously there is growing opposition to gadhafi's rule and the brother leader typically responded without mercy with arrests imprisonments killings some naysayers unbelievably think gadhafi's too soft hardline fundamentalists inspired by the iranian revolution dream with a strict islamic theocracy. At least they whisper it would bring order but most opponents moderates simply bulk of his personality they appeal for human rights liberalization freedom of speech proper democracy unable to express such starts at home. It's left philippians abroad to echinacea cry. The ones that do so told that they're not welcome. By libya's biggest overseas community resides in britain england and sixty five late sixty five and got into the education system here to go to university studying engineering at our own collision netting completed my university in nineteen seventy four my first indication that i was sought out or wanted whatever was in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy three let only three gadhafi announced what's called the cultural revolution. that's cultural. Evolution was a sweeping instrument to get rid of all the opponents or absorbed them into the system. This people included islamists. Communists liberals nationalist shades of opinion and political affiliation. So from that time. I could not go back to somebody came from libyan said to me. Look don't go back. Your name is on the list. You better stay here when the position began to start with me and with many other students from then owner really. I was very cautious on how to deal with that issue. I was very careful there. I was very apprehensive that they might catch me. Kind of ghaddafi. A man who can brook no opposition. Anywhere will not leave at that. He publicly harangues these apostates. These counter revolutionaries enables them stray dogs and they must be hunted down now. Death perfect critical system a system of democracy. Never those who are against it. What did you sing. Be engaged in business. They were actually active hersey something which they were designed to benefit a network the policy getting winners strain does revolution was precisely removing from the buddy perje nydia and that could be so as a genuine threat is only interests and whose own construction it's done brazenly and in public on the eleventh of april nine hundred eighty mohamed ramadan. A journalist with the bbc arab service is murdered at the regent's park mosque and the heart of london shot in the back leaving with his wife and four year. Old daughter he'd been using the arab media two puppies open letters to qadhafi that same month. Libyan lawyer mapunapuna for another opponent of the regime is gone down. At the offices of his legal firm in knightsbridge the mastermind is a man named moussa koussa officially the secretary of the london embassy but with nothing ambassadorial about him. He is gadhafi's hatchet-man coosa brags about this nations in an interview with the times newspaper expelled from the uk he later becomes gadhafi's head of intelligence hit squads also active in italy in may nineteen eighteen in rome. Hotel room. wealthy intended. The merchant is murdered in his bed. Soon after comes to death oblivion in restaurant owner in the city there are further deaths in athens in bonn in every case when arrested the killer or killers expressed satisfaction at having eliminated an enemy of the people. I she xiaomi's who arrived in the uk to study is one of many who suddenly finds himself in enforced. Exile is the focus at the documentary. The colonel stray dogs gadhafi said that everybody who's against the resolution is a stray dog in speeches and rallies he openly said these people must be killed and must be rid of and from then on late seventy-nine things began to take a different direction. All over the world. No shame by the killers themselves and there's no shame from the regime that has made twi opened white. Well known that they are behind these people. I was told on the same day that mom the phone with the husband killed your name. Also mentioned is security people in this country. The special branch contacted me and said your name was analysis. Still people to be killed and second only to hominids. Unsold death has changed my whole life lifestyle on life. Activity had to leave my job. I had to go undergound. The dissidents begin to coalesce around a brand new movement of which is a founder member the national front for the salvation of libya. Its leader is a man named mohamed. Yousef mcgarry if gadhafi's foam ambassador to india. The thing is that the piglet who came to the front weta mixed shelve intellectuals students businessmen ordinary people. You know so. It was open to a large section of the libyan population at a media setup. Here we had radio station from sudan which was also very effective and very good and it was at that time that other libyans also began to organize and setup small groups you know to fight the regime and say is history but it was eleven. Th of april nineteen eighty. That was the triggering date. Every april of we would organize something like a demonstration in april nine hundred eighty four four years after mohamed ramadan's death. The nfl chooses to mark the anniversary with a demonstration in saint james's square london. This episode is brought to you by hp plus in a world full of smart devices. Shouldn't your printer be smart to it. Is with hp plus these printers know when they're running low so you always get the inky need delivered right when you needed. Plus you save up to fifty percent on inc so you can print whatever you want as much as you want anytime you want. That is pretty smart. Get six three months of instant inc when you choose. Hp plus conditions apply visit hp dot com slash. Smart for details ten eighteen. Am as leapt. Fletcher polices the demo. A series of shots rings out eleven fired from one or more automatic weapon protests duck head swivel back and forth there on the tarmac writhing. In agony is yvonne fletcher. She's been hit in the back. Police colleagues rushed to her but they are still in the line of fire they carry her to nearby chart the second street along with a number of protests who've also been felled the bullets apparently sprayed at random. James's square is no warzone. I tell you what frankly we never expected use of arms from inside the embassy whose classy to use the embassy as shooting place even when the shots were coming out without was just fireworks to frighten us but no it was surprising to all of us. It was shocking to all of us that live. Bullets were fired from inside. The embassy crazy gadhafi stops at nothing is people are sought to named and so prepared to go all the way into do. Evidently they were prepared to die for gadhafi. There were prepared to go to prison for qadhafi. Ambulances arrived and the casualties of blue light it to westminster hospital but an hour and a half later. Wabc john fletcher is pronounced dead. She is the sole fatality tragic. Unlikely addition to along role of gadhafi's victims. The tv footage matched with the evidence of eyewitnesses suggest. Two gunmen fired from those first floor. Embassy windows that probably still inside armed officers surround the embassy itching to storm it news. The sas so on their way raises the possibility. Under the terms of the ana convention the libyan embassy is sovereign libyan territory. It can only be entered with permission which is refused embassy. Staff protested innocence negotiators back home in libya. Not one to miss a trick. Colonel gadhafi goes on. Tv and in english blames british thirties for the shooting. He proclaims disbelief. and how responsible state like the uk. Commit such a crime in tripoli a threatening mode surrounds the british embassy. Gadhafi says he can't guarantee its protection. The phone lines are cut. Bitten soon breaks off diplomatic relations in london over ten days. A standoff ensues. The focus now is on whether the libyans will comply with an issue deadline to leave the country during this time a series of bums discovered the capital including one with goes off in the baggage area of heathrow's terminal to it in just twenty two people one seriously these bombs all bear the hallmarks of a libyan operation on day. Eleven while yvonne fletcher's funeral is taking place. In a packed salisbury cathedral. The libyan embassy sends out eighteen sealed diplomatic bags bound for the airport. They most likely contain key. Forensic evidence secreted inside but under international law. The police have no right to search the bags of followed by thirty members of the embassy. Staff who are bused to a special flight free to leave the country as painful as it releases to the british public upholding. The principle of diplomatic immunity. Playing the game to the letter of the law is deemed the most pragmatic course but the government failure to observe it could have severe ramifications for the uk's consciously missions and experts around the world not least the eight thousand british oil and construction workers still stuck in libya that you want people who are inside the embassy for ten days or nine days and eventually they had to release them because they had evidence against any of them. Of course i mean most of the ninety percent of them where people were bitter kratz or staff. You know in the embassy. They had nothing to do with the shooting but the who had to do with the shooting were outside them to see and don't person who shocks who actually pulled the trigger. He either escaped very quickly from the back or he was there under. Some sort of camouflage is just an ordinary.

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Former US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman Reflects on President Reagan Speaking at His Father's Synagogue

Mark Levin

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Former US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman Reflects on President Reagan Speaking at His Father's Synagogue

"Reagan spoke at your father's synagogue. Briefly tell us about that. Well, you know, my father was not a political person. He was a rabbi whose spiritual leader and one day he got a call about two weeks before the second the You know, presidential election of Ronald Reagan 1984. And the president asked if he could come speak at my father is the synagogue and come to his house. And it was, of course, an incredibly uplifting moment. What I think about that day. Don't you know people can go on the Reagan library website and listen to the speech. He was in October of 84, a temple Hillel, and I think it was one of the seminal moments When the Republican Party really move closer to Israel, he said something that very improving Least to me, and this was when you know Israel is that it's low point in the United Nations, and he said, if Israel has ever voted out of the United Nations, the United States and Israel will walk out together. Hand in hand and It was. It was just, You know, it's something you don't hear in 1984, and I'll never forget it. Now, uh Tell the American people the Abraham accords, why

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Biden Hails May Jobs Report

Russell & Hunter

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Hails May Jobs Report

"Because he's the smart math guy. He knows how this stuff works. Joe Biden today. Taken great. Oh, by the way is 400,000 jobs less than they thought it was gonna half. Yeah, but they still think. Hey, this is good. This is good. Right? Here we go. That means we have now created over two million jobs in total. Since I took office. Oh, more jobs than ever been creating the first four months of any presidency in modern history. Never done the store triple the rate of my predecessor eight times the rate of President Reagan eight times the rate of President Reagan for the Love agreed. This guy's on fire in four months is killing it. Loving. The unemployment rate is now below 6% for the first time since the pandemic kits since the pandemic. 1st 14 months. First time. First time in 14 months ago, 18 months we saw the largest decline in the number of long term unemployed more than more than an entire decade. The last 10 years

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"president reagan" Discussed on This is Today

This is Today

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"president reagan" Discussed on This is Today

"Unique. It's tuesday march thirtieth twenty twenty. One i'm russ and here's what you need to know about today. Well yeah it's it's virtual vacation day. I mean come on. I've been sitting on google maps. Just about every night or google earth and just going through the street view just so i can feel like i've been somewhere. I didn't get to visit a lot of places. There's some good ones and bad ones. But you know. I gotta roam around a bit. That's a great way. I think to take a virtual vacation but yes we need some vacation. So i'm gonna guess celebrate this day but i'll do it in protest just a little bit. I it's also national pencil day today and you know i love to tell you you know the big records right. Well okay. here's one The biggest pencil three thousand five hundred and eighty two feet seven. It was done in samar. France and the bic corporation actually did this to celebrate the opening of a new factory. Ok we've got one more national day for today. It is doctors day today. This was started by the wife of a doctor back in eighteen forty two it became a natural national observance in nineteen ninety one win proclaimed by president bush. Okay well you know. I started to think. What can we do because doctors do. Need a big thank you. They had a rough year. They did a lot. They work the extra hours at see stuff that they've never seen before and deal with things that they've never dealt now. They're pushing out the vaccine. I mean come on doctors. How do we think well. I went online. And i found some ways to think doctors. One of them is simple. Know cinema thank you. You can recommend them to others. That's that's always nice right. You can share about them and social media you can deliver them a yummy treat of some kind. Maybe that's not the best advice during cove but that could be. That could be nice. Maybe sentiment instacart Some flowers also is always a nice way to thank somebody. So i i saw these online and i started thinking. Maybe there's some other ways you know maybe we can come up with some other ones. Like for instance. Maybe when you're in the waiting room you know you could just use web. Md on your phone to help diagnose other patients that might just help out your doctor a little bit. I you could give them. Actually maybe a one star on yelp instead of a five star that way you get to spend more time with them because nobody else will wanna use them. My i think my best idea. I think this one is for the win you know. It's you get a tattoo of your proctology name on your rear and then you know i mean. Imagine the surprise your next appointment okay. Maybe those aren't the best ideas. Maybe what you can do to help. Your doctor is go the vaccine when it's your turn. I think that's the best idea right. Okay win. We come back. We'll talk about our events for today as a kid. I remember like wanting all of these different games and you know what. I couldn't get them because we didn't have cool things like game fly game. Fly has the largest selection of video games anywhere with more than nine thousand titles including all the new releases and classics game. Fly delivers games right to your door. Shipping is free both ways and there's no late fees to get signed up with game fly. Just click on the link in the description of the podcast. All right on this day in eighteen. Sixty five alaska was purchased from russia for just seven point two million dollars. Yeah disaster. I'm sure on. That was way more. Because that is a lot of property that we got the and i wonder you know. Maybe maybe what the ad look like right. Well you know cottress property. Breathtaking views pristine beautiful landscaped icy. I don't know move in ready gas range. I mean there's oil so there's probably gas range. I e yeah. Alaska was purchased for seven point. Two million. If we calculate that you know throw it in the old Calculator here it'd be about one hundred and thirty two million in today's terms that's just crazy. That's that's an awful lot of property that's like What one house in hollywood. If you're lucky okay. Let's move now to nineteen eighty-one. Well this is the fortieth anniversary of that day the day. The john hinkley tried to assassinate president reagan. Okay let's not start on the actual day. Let's go back nine days to ford's theatre you know where lincoln was assassinated yet. President reagan and first lady. Nancy reagan were there at the theater for a fund raiser and ron said i looked up at the presidential box above the stage where abe lincoln had been sitting the night. He was shot. And i felt a curious sensation. I thought that even with all the secret service protection that we had now it was probably still possible for someone who had enough determination to get close enough to the president to shoot him. That's forward to march. Twenty eighth of nineteen eighty-one john. Hinckley arrived in washington. Dc and checked into his hotel. Johnny was obsessed with jodie foster. He watched that movie taxi driver where a politician gets assassinated to impress someone. Well that's where he was inspired to do this now. This actually wasn't his first attempt. Possibly because back in october of the previous year he was arrested in nashville for possession of three guns. The president then was jimmy carter and he was in nashville that same day. Okay let's get to this day in nineteen eighty one. Reagan was making a speech at the washington hilton. The president left the hilton through the exit thought to be secure and in fact he would only have to like thirty feet or so to be in front of the public right so he didn't have to wear his bulletproof vest that day at two. Twenty twenty-seven has several hundred people cheered for the president and as cameras rolled to capture the brief appearance. Hinckley fired his weapon. Six times white house press secretary. James baker was shot in the head above his left eye. See the press would actually say that he died they got false reports instead he suffered a permanent disability because of the womb. He did die in twenty. Fourteen and his cause of death was ruled as complications. Due to the gunshot wounds also shot. That day was police officer. Thomas delahunt and united states. Secret service agent timothy mccarthy. Okay so hinckley was pushed to the ground. He was arrested. Reagan was shoved into the limousine and raced away from the scene as they were headed to the white house. They realized that reagan was having some severe pain in his chest. They thought that it was a broken rib when they pushed him into the limo. It could hurt the president. That's what they assumed. But then reagan coughed up so the car instead. Race towards george washington memorial less than four minutes later they were at the hospital. Reagan somehow got out of the car and walked in to the hospital just after he got out of public view he fell to his knees then they would of course discover that he was shot. A bullet had ricocheted off the limousine the bulletproof limousine and ended up inside of reagan. They had to remove the bullet. He went into surgery. Yeah he was in the hospital until april eleventh and then as he was getting in the car people asked him. What is he gonna do. I and he said sit down. Yeah what about hanley well. Hinckley was actually found. Not guilty on reasons of insanity. He was actually released from institutional psychiatric care on.

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George Shultz, Reagan's longtime secretary of state, dies at 100

Chris Douridas

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

George Shultz, Reagan's longtime secretary of state, dies at 100

"Reagan's longtime secretary of state, George Shultz, has died. He was known for his efforts to boost US relations with the then Soviet Union and to forge a course for peace in the Middle East. NPR's Barbra's front looks at his life born in New York City and 1920 salts enlisted in the Marine Corps shortly after his graduation from Princeton University. He went on to hold a string of high profile positions in President Nixon's administration, including Secretary of Labor, the first director of the Office of Management and Budget and Treasury Secretary. Schulz served as President Reagan's secretary of state, playing a significant role in the easing of tensions between the U. S and the Soviet Union. In 1989. Reagan awarded Schultz the Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor. In a statement. Schultz, his wife says he died Saturday evening and their Stanford home He was 100 years old. Barbara Sprint NPR NEWS

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"president reagan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"president reagan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On Bloomberg Radio. What President Biden stimulus plan would mean for the 11 million Still unemployed teachers caught between safety and getting our kids back in the classroom, and President Biden turns his attention to immigration, what's right and what's good for our economy. From New York. Welcome to the second hour. Bloomberg Balance of Power I'm David Weston, president Buying today is signing three executive orders, reversing Trump administration policies on asylum, legal immigration and reuniting Children with their guardians, which may end up being just a first step toward more comprehensive immigration reform. Still with us from the first hour of balance of power is David Miliband. President and CEO of the International Rescue Committee, David Thank you so much for staying with us, and I want to pick up on this report you have out from Guaracy nine ways. Biden, President Biden can help 235 million of the world's most vulnerable. Who are those 235 million? These are people who have fled because of war and conflict. 40 million of them are refugees or asylum seekers. There are another 35 40 million who are Would've called internally displaced. In other words, they are homeless within their own countries or resolve the conflict. The rest of people trapped in poverty that number of people who require humanitarian assistance. In other words, they require international system to help feed them to keep them alive. Those are those numbers have swelled by about 40% as a result of Cove it so we're seeing partly a covert effect, which is short term, but there's also frankly a long term. Effect here. The number of refugees has been growing over the last 15 years. It's higher than any time since World War two the number of the internally displaced fleeing war also a record numbers since World War two And so what we are calling on the BIS administration to do is recognize that America can't solve this problem on its own, but it needs to be part of the solution. It's work on covert internationally is part of that. It's work to admit refugees, the most vulnerable category of refugees to 125,000 into the USA Years, part of a long standing US by part of an tradition that was just lost over the last four years. That's important, but it also involved issues like what goes on in the Northern Triangle of Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras because that's the roots of the migration. That happens into the U. S. Or the attempts to get the U. S. And so we're calling for both short term effort but also a strategic effort to recognize. That the global issue of humanitarian crisis needs to be tackled. If it's not, it has political, economic social consequences that are quite severe. Let's take apart. Some of those is one of them the 125,000 number, which is, as I said, we used to admit in terms of refugees. How many do we have? Admit now? Well, not quite. Let me tell you this. David, Former President Reagan eyes No, is known for many things what he's not known for his. He admitted more refugees to America per year than any other President, American history. Was just at the end of the Carter administration in 1980, the 1918 Refugee Act was passed in the early 19 eighties, President Reagan was admitting more than 200,000 refugees a year. Many of them from South Vietnam. Obviously, now the historic average over the last 30 years has been about 92 95,000 on, but that's what President Obama reason, his last year in office. The number this year not just because of covert the president determined before coach but he didn't want the former president. Trump wanted only 15,000. So there's a job of rebuilding to be done, and President Biden Said that he wants to get to $125. These are the most vulnerable refugees, their widows, their victims of torture. The U. S. Those security screening and then organizations like the International Rescue Committee helped integrate them into National life, Even if we put the number of a 200,000 to take the number you had from the regular castration. That's almost a drop in the bucket compared to the 235 million we're talking about. So what more is required? Is it money as a practical matter? Yes, but it's not just that. I mean, the first thing to recognize is that Nearly 90% of that 235 million figure, a concentrated in 20 disaster struck country, very the countries. Hoping with war so countries like Syria countries like Afghanistan or that country's coping with the refugees from those war wars countries like Jordan. Now. If you think about it in that sense 20 countries, it suddenly becomes much more manageable on. Essentially, you have to tackle the roots of the problem, which is that you need active diplomacy on burying closed by the way. Interstate Blinken has started. He's made clear that when it comes, for example, what war in Yemen, the world's largest humanitarian crisis, he's determined to be part of the solution Robin part of the problem. Secondly does take money. It takes a money, humanitarian aid money, but it also takes Support for the national economies. You feel the economy of Jordan. You've seen your national debt to GDP ratio more, Let's double as a result of hosting Syrian refugees. You need help from international financial. Institutions, but it also takes third. It takes policy reform. When you're talking about people who are refugees for 10 20 years, you have to think about education. You have to think about employment, not just about keeping people alive. So it's really those three problems that are especially important and they have a double meaning for the most vulnerable groups who are also on women and girls. Two thirds of the people who the International Rescue Committee served. Were based with global headquarters in New York. But we work in 200 field sites in 40 countries, two thirds of the people that we serve the women and girls, and so you're you're getting a real impact on the most vulnerable if you take that approach of diplomacy, plus financing plus policy reform. Let me ask you a very unfair question Quickly. What is the argument for why this is in the U. S Best interest causes you know full well as foreign Minister of UK, you have to make it politically palatable. Yeah, I mean, the simple answer is, If you don't solve problems, they become your problems. And so don't just see this as Yemen's problem or El Salvador's problem. It's all of our problem. Because the problems that start in one country that started serial started as a little bit. They don't end Serial. Also little they move on, and that's why it's.

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"president reagan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"president reagan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And at CNN and MST, N C and The Washington Post Secretly it's com promote. Who said What was his name? Best Adam Shift impersonation ever one of the best impersonations. And the Inchworm was out there over the weekend. I guess he was on Friday that is its Russia. Russia. Russia. They've got this. Russia Russia Russia thing like Marcia, Marcia Marcia Brady Bunch. They've got Russia on the brain. Of course, they accuse everybody of being a Russian agent. Turns out congresswoman tells he gathered is a Russian agent, according to Hillary Clinton a Russian asset. She's an asset which means Agent on day accused everybody that you know the Tailgunner Joe Old Senator Joe McCarthy has got nothing on the Democrat Party of today. Particularly given the fact that they have always been in cahoots with the Soviets and the Russians and the Communists on the left around the world against President Reagan, For example, Ted Kennedy Sending an envoy to deal with the Soviets to undermine President Reagan's reelection in 1984, well documented and we know this to be true, and they've been working with the risk is forever and you know, Obama tell Vladimir I will have more flexibility after the election and Hillary Clinton with a reset button that actually said overcharge. Sergei Lavrov publicly humiliated her as they were groveling and snivelling to the KGB agent that is Vladimir Putin. Andi. It's an amazing time. It's an amazing time to be alive. That's for sure. But the Biden corruption is something that because the news media is hiding out there, actively engaged in a cover up, Jake Tapper and the rest actively engaged in a corrupt cover up. They're not journalists at all. Of the Bidens family corruption in the reporting very significant reporting in the New York Post and that I mean, they're documents their videos here. The emails check him out, but instead of investigating them, what they're doing is they're attacking the people that have brought these issues to light. This is their technique. This is their tactic. You smear anyone that speaks of it because the party demands that you not speak of it and on the party and the media are inseparable. It's the Democrat Party and the American media. But I repeat myself and these air, very corrupt times very corrupt people. And corruption has become so pervasive across not just the Democrat Party and across the government in so many ways. The the deep staters have you looked at our website Chris Plante story because we have good, deep state State Department stuff. Very subtle, Very discreet. Very well done, I think, and you had to take a look at that stuff. And and more. What do we have the Cobra Cobra Cobra stuff yet because we've been working on this Cobra Cobra cobra coffee mugs and shirts and I'm not sure if we have them quite yet, But we should be taking a look at that. And the the Clapper is out there saying it's Russian disinformation, and we know him to be a liar. We have money video under oath lying to the American people about spying on all of us when they were spying on all of us, and then Adam Schiff, who lied about Russian, Russia, Russia and Trump administrator We're now now after the Mueller report no, that that was all a lie and that and that Adam Schiff is alive, but the media they keep inviting him on. To keep lying because they love the lie More than we love the truth. It is pretty extraordinary how much they love and embrace. They love that word embrace. I don't but they love that word embrace. They embraced the lie, and they despise the truth. It's an interesting thing for someone that calls themselves a journalist. Fascinating. Well, they're saying it's Russian disinformation. It's Russian disinformation. Clapper. The liar shift the liar. The news media's take news media people that interview them are liars and frauds and Charlotte wins. Overwhelmingly, we'll get to Kristen Welker this this week is the debate this Thursday is the the only presidential debates. On DH lots..

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"president reagan" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

Serving and Uniting America

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"president reagan" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

"Do any better. In a long sustained off with russia. China and others jon. Huntsman understands better than most. The dangerous crossroads where russia america and yes china. Now meet our former ambassador to china under president obama and our ambassador to russia under president trump spells out in stark detail. The urgent need for engagement and dialogue with russia. He stated this in the wall street journal. October eighth of two thousand nineteen if president trump is reelected. I assume he will keep his his secretary of state. Mr pompeo with whom he has a very good relations they have great trot trust And chemistry between them. If by chance of mr biden former vice president wins the election. I would very much urge him to consider jon huntsman. As as one of his top candidates for becoming biden's first secretary of state. I think he has the background i think he has the will and interest. I i think that well he he would. He is just outstanding in my opinion now seeing and hearing all these different public servants we've covered share. Their warnings is important. It's very important for us to hear it more important more. crucial his. who among us. Whether we're talking about mature government leaders or inform citizens will embrace the hard work necessary to build the mutually pragmatic and productive relationship with our allies and our adversaries which the reagan administration dared reach for during its watch in an earlier era. Our nation like many countries was stunningly unprepared for the krona virus. Challenge but together. With god's help we'll prevail and yet undetermined and material cost but we also need to be working with the laser focus in conjunction with our allies and adversaries including china to prevent the tragedy of a nuclear exchange accidental or. Not the past. Two decades have been dangerous disappointments on this question. The trump administration has begun working with the russians to replace the new start treaty. Which expires next february. This was pointed out wall street journal. June twenty third of this year. Two thousand twenty now. A twitter tirade has already begun and they were traded between the americans and the chinese. Because the chinese so far say they have no interest in negotiating a nuclear arms with either the americans or the russians but if these three powers russia china america failed to work in good faith a nuclear arms issues all three face a much severe and fired deeper wounds humanity then from our continuing struggle with the coronavirus pandemic now sweeping our world and from the drastic difference of climate. Change that await all of us on our planet. People like president reagan and ambassador kampelman hold on and serve until they can no longer serve. Both men gave gave their all..

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"president reagan" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

Serving and Uniting America

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"president reagan" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

"Max kampelman died in two thousand thirteen at the age of ninety two focusing more on on what's going on today. We can ask which of our two major candidates today running for the president's presidency this november reveals the agility the grit and the imagination to both shepard and sustain an ongoing diplomacy that is both disturbingly. Honest it appropriately. Respectful of our allies and her adversaries will freedom and healthy chosen. Unity and abroad will expand or contract under his watch will he have the wisdom and discernment president reagan revealed when he chose max kampelman to lead the crucial stages of the march to the final treaty. Max kampelman fought with his whole being to help avoid the most radical manmade contribution to climate change a nuclear winter. Will our current candidates share their plans ending nuclear winter to the worldwide discussion concerning climate change through several formal debates and seven hours or more on. Cnn's town hall. On the climate. Not one democratic candidate then running for the presidency really adequately addressed this threat. Does president trump have the insight. And does he have the desire to speak clearly and honestly with the american people on this issue. He hasn't yet. President reagan's team engaging with the soviets. We're not only strong resourceful. In nimble they were resilient setbacks in iceland and elsewhere couldn't stop them. They brought the soviet team on board. They brought him made him like team. Brought him on board to show this russians. How a shared positive outcome on the imf treaty would actually be a win. A blessing for both nations future agreements over time could avoid massive spending on armaments. The great russian people can experience prosperity only if their leadership will act with courage and make decisions to allow it. Can our current administration be counted on to lead a divided nation served by a fractured federal government to improve and replace that from which america withdrew that treaty from which america withdrew last august. Two thousand nineteen on august second. This was at the end of the six month. Notification period or does vladimir putin's formal order of march fourth two thousand nineteen to void russia's adherence to that treaty. End our engagement on this life and death question with our bitterly resentful. Adversary will a different administration taking office in january of two thousand and twenty one..

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"president reagan" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

Serving and Uniting America

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"president reagan" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

"I should point out all also. And i am A roman catholic. That pope john paul later years in his ministry Pointed out that he very very much wanted the Roman catholic church and the most holy eastern orthodox church To reunite to somehow come together. He said it's like a body with with two lungs but they're not functioning together. You know you've got the roman catholic lung and you've got the eastern orthodox lung and the russian orthodox church the holy russian orthodox church is a part of course of that eastern orthodox church. So i think it's noteworthy that he made that point and as a catholic. I feel that's one of the obligations. That i have to be aware of and and do my small part on now more recently. Russia's verifiable cheating on the imf treaty along with their unlawful military conquest of crimea along with new threats to the baltic region really reveals leadership not measuring up to their citizens sacrifices both past and present and this is not good three veterans of past administrations and from the united states. Senate argue that the current divide between russian. America is severe and very dangerous. They reported this in the wall street..

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"president reagan" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

Serving and Uniting America

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"president reagan" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

"It's also important to point out that america's changing improving relationship with the soviet union was not crafted to hinder honest dialogue often painful dialogue between the warsaw pact and nato russia forever it almost feels like but russia feared enemy armaments on its doorstep and ronald reagan understood. This you know. Ronald reagan was old enough. He remembers the world. War two Who was his favourite prison of all time around reagan. It was fdr okay. Fdr and fdr we might point out was the only major democratic leader. The only one who predicted that moscow would be held by the russians against hitler. So that's that's worth recognizing also but ronald reagan also had long determined that deep lasting wounds from prior wars could not forever justify the long and very harsh occupation of the quote captive nations unquote of eastern europe. We might add that. The polish pope. John paul the second shared this conviction after all he had lived and struggled and suffered with millions of others under both the the nazi boots of germany and the boots of soviet of the soviet union. So he knew exactly what they had gone through because he had gone through it as well. So the year of the signing of the imf treaty that same year in other words were mister gorbachev and mister. Reagan sat down and signed. It was the same year that president. Reagan took a trip to berlin and he had a new message for the general secretary court. Mister gorbachev tear down this wall unquote in the fall of nineteen eighty nine only months following president. Reagan leaving office. The berlin wall fell in singling out. President reagan and his staff for deserved praise gratitude for pursuing justice and security for america and the world with a wise rugged per perseverance. We don't ignore nor do we excuse the administration shortcomings no prison staff and no individual citizen or group of citizens are without sin. The president's second term brought us among several failures and disappointments a flawed immigration. Fix that on. The one hand mercifully incorrectly provided citizenship. For many but lacking congressional follow-through would not secure our borders and other areas from the entry of undocumented individuals families and larger groups we also endured a disastrous any illegal iran contra debacle causing troubling and embarrassing washington hearings yet too many americans. The reagan administration received. I marks overall for thoughtful based decisions and sense boldness a standard of humility and mutual respect between the president and his chosen staff. That firmly sets them in communion in my view with certain other great administrations in america's tumultuous history a few years later general-secretary gorbachev lost power as part of the ongoing drama of the soviet union breaking apart. Our relations with the new russia began deteriorating. After this loss of gorbachov and the absence of others with the skills goodwill envision to serve the russian people help guide them down a different path from their current course to solid prosperity and good relations with all their neighbors in america. Successive administrations republican and democrat shifted their attention resources to two new major challenges secure. An improved relations with russia ceased being. The top priority had been culturally the roman catholic church and other christians along with many persons of other faiths prayed it long persevered and suffered in their role to free poland and others in eastern europe from brutal soviet domination and oppression that i've already referred to freedom therefore found many of those newly liberated both exhausted and dazed. They lacked the refreshed vision. They lacked the energy and agility to pivot and actively create new bonds of oneness with the russian orthodox brothers and sisters very little exists now that unites east and west..

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"president reagan" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

Serving and Uniting America

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"president reagan" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

"The media threat had passed in a nutshell. The soviets had a spy planted in one of the highest levels of natal and this person made the assessment that nothing was going on at the moment that really caused a threat at all to the warsaw pact. He said that all of those who are giving you misinformation are on the edges of access to knowledge. I'm right there in the middle of it. And i'm telling you nothing is being planned Nothing is being practiced constitutes any kind of a real threat to you at this current time so again the media threat passed but when this nation just days later finally got back to the president and his staff. Ronald reagan was astounded that the soviets fears and insecurities head compounded over time and ran so deep that they actually believed nita. Wargames were a cover for launching world war three and again this is is made very starkly evident in the reporting of Mr lee edwards president reagan focus the best minds and experiences of his administration on engaging. This threat during president reagan's first term any american and soviet outreach to one another had been hampered right from the beginning by a quick succession of deaths of aged and ill soviet leaders finally in his second term. The president sense the new and younger soviet general secretary. Mr gorbachev might bring more stability to the kremlin. More importantly prime minister margaret thatcher of the united kingdom. Told the president. She believed after her after her own contacts with mister gorbachev that he was a man the west could do business with far different for mr andropov near the end of his life afflicted by memories of russian war casualties and his own ill health the mutual respect and trust between margaret thatcher and ronald reagan was very strong and that just increased. President reagan's resolved to engage soon with the soviets. He knew he could trust what she said. And that's important. Ronald reagan always put his relationship with our allies in a very high regard. He paid attention to what they said. They paid attention to what he said. And he made actions Come into being oftentimes based on this kind of a relationship. The warsaw pact with russia. The powerhouse of the evil empire had been america's and most of western europe's primary enemy for decades. This threat from the east explained. Explain the need for nato. In the first place and on too many occasions the cold war had nearly turned hot over flashpoints such as the soviet several major attempts to limit or even end the freedoms of west berlin which was long a soft spot in the iron curtain. The cuban missile crisis of course was another very close call. What was the reagan administration..

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"president reagan" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

Serving and Uniting America

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"president reagan" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

"For president during the nineteen primary season. I turned to president reagan and reviewed reasons why i might trust him with my vote and perhaps with much more than my vote. A successful governor of california elected to four year terms. Ronald reagan served a population with economy larger than all but a few sovereign nations. He was a conservative and in a diverse state he was able to work daily with other state officials of every political affiliation and get things done the seemed good to me in his first term as president ronald reagan endured and survived among other events a slow healing economy a nearly successful assassination attempt a disastrous first midterm election for republicans and a bloody costly terrorist suicide bombing of the us marines barracks in lebanon but his personal grit in humor mixed with a relentless civility as he worked with staff in his administration and with members of congress including democratic house. Speaker tip. o'neill this was all transparent to most of washington. Dc and also to our citizens in most of america in november of nineteen eighty-four. The voters in forty nine states renewed their contract with president reagan for another four years. Here in my vote this time for his second term president reagan and his administration late into his first term. We're riveted on somehow bridging. The increasingly dangerous divide between america and the soviet union back during his first term. All of the rhetoric seemed very harsh really on both sides we referred to them as the evil empire because they did have their foot On on the people of eastern europe and They looked at us with great suspicion because when they would take some adventures like going in afghanistan and that we would send money and resources to help those who opposed the soldiers of the soviet union and other events happened the russians a shot down a passenger plane Near korean airspace. it just generally was very harsh time. People were especially worried about nuclear problems. There are many mass demonstrations in parts of europe. Over this concern. The stage was set for some problems in covering to book releases revealing a new. A new danger that added to the existing danger. These book releases were done by mr lee edwards and he expertly shepherds the reader through the hours and days that could have changed ended much of life on earth. This was covered in the wall street. Journal in the book section July twenty eighth twenty ninth two thousand eighteen late in november. Nineteen eighty-three one year. Before his second presidential election. Victory president reagan and his staff learned that just days earlier. The soviets feared a first strike. Look your launch by america. They produce their own plans to strike first beating america in nato to the punch several hair-trigger days played out with only the soviets fully aware of the precarious hold on life itself at stake by a very small margin..

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"president reagan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"president reagan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Donald Trump for president Reagan Reagan was what does the S. stand for in Harry S. Truman nothing I can't think of anything so nothing it stands for something but it doesn't stand for and name is like Darrell K. royal the K. he is just there crewmen's grandparents on the male side well on both the mother and father side is grand parents first names started with the letter S. so did spell just give him two middle names they just went with yes art okay okay who was the only president to serve non consecutive terms we know that FDR did for then a change that rule but the only president to serve non consecutive terms he was a president that he wasn't a president than he was a president again now even tell you what numbers they were he was president number twenty two and president number twenty four Grover Keyon Grover are you talking like he's on Sesame Street that would be we both have good well that would be Grover Cleveland.

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"president reagan" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"president reagan" Discussed on KTRH

"It was nineteen eighty six the second term of president Reagan and one of his finest moments the crew of the space shuttle challenger honored as for the manner in which they live their lives we will never forget them nor the last time we saw this morning as they prepared for their journey and waved goodbye and slipped the surly bonds of earth the touch the face of god president Reagan put that day into perspective day is a day for mourning and remember Nancy and I came to the core by the tragedy of the shuttle challenger we know we share this pain with all the people of our country this is truly a national loss nineteen years ago almost to the day we lost three astronauts in a terrible accident on the ground but we've never lost an astronaut in flight we've never had a tragedy like this perhaps we forgotten the courage it took for the crew of the shuttle but they the challenger seven were aware of the dangers overcame them and did their job spread we mourn seven heroes Michael Smith there will be Judith Resnick Ronald McNair Alison Onitsuka Gregory Jarvis and Christa McAuliffe we mourn their loss as a nation together the families of the seven we cannot bear as you do the full impact of this tragedy but we feel the loss.

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"president reagan" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"president reagan" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Day. It starts now. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. This is a moral issue. President Trump during his state of the union address hitting heavily on border security. The lawless state of our southern border is a threat to the safety security and financial well being of all America, you did not declare a state of emergency, but vows to build his wall on the southern border in the past most of the people in this room voted for a wall, but the proper wall never got built. I will get it built. This is congressional negotiators work against next. Friday's deadline for getting an agreement. The president also announced he'll go to Vietnam February twenty seventh and twenty eight fours. Second summit with North Korea's leader satiate rooms who barely lost. Georgia's gubernatorial election invoked past presidents on treatment of immigrants in the democratic retort compassionate treatment at the border is not the same as open borders. President Reagan understood this President Obama understood. Did this Americans understand this and Democrats stand ready to effectively secure our ports and borders? The president's inaugural committee has been subpoenaed for records about donors. No one has been charged with any crime yet. But the subpoena makes clear investigators are exploring a host of potential crimes tied to Trump's inauguration, including money laundering, illegal contributions from foreign nationals and conspiracy to defraud the United States ABC's Pierre Thomas at least ten people were killed in a pre-dawn fire in an apartment house in Paris, the blaze deliberately set, a forty year old woman is in custody, suspected arson. A resident of the building psychiatric issues his reported. She started the fire after an argument with a neighbor police stopped her as she tried to send light to a car outside the block ABC's, James Longman. You're listening to ABC news ready to create your own income with your own home based business where there's. No such thing as getting laid off if a billionaire entrepreneur spent five years in twenty million dollars searching for the next big trend..

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