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Fresh update on "ronald" discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"He did a terrible job. Syncing pressure which was under for the entire game and he turned the ball over way too much and a couple of those. Were actually as fault but interceptions going off of people's hands. He's got dropped passes. He's got all kinds of dumb things happening around him. And i don't think he's near as bad as his statistics. Indicate right you can throw the offensive line being a nightmare in there too. I i get what you're saying it. Just it's it's a hurts. It's just not gonna workout for fields anytime soon. Yeah i get what you're saying too I just i said horrible. Jalen hurts. Because i thought you were talking about fantasy but yes. He's okay. I think he's a more accurate than jalen hurts. Yes oh yeah. He will eventually be good and he might eventually be really really good. If you're looking at this box The buck stats. ronald jones. Got a lot of carries kind of late and they really seem to want to get him in the end zone almost got in but it was letter for nets show and he scored fifteen carries eighty. One years touchdown. You could have predicted a big game from gaba and you did get the tight coverage from the top cornerback on mike evans. But he was awesome in this game. I mean he made some contested catches. You had three touchdowns and Yeah brady really. I don't think there's much more to talk about. Their las vegas thirty-three philadelphia twenty. Two man. i don't know where to go like. I don't think the running back thing is actually going to matter. If josh jacobs's okay in there by do devante. Smith one believe it or not. Devante smith is droppable and a ten team league. How about just drop in general. I don't think he's that. I don't think he is either. That's why you ask the question though right. Pbr it's much easier to stay with him. yeah. I don't believe. I've liked for him to see it through but he's garbage time to right. Yeah i i wonder what he would not earlier in the year. I wonder what his numbers would be like if he had a quarterback like borough or if you had a quarterback like even to that the two is the greatest but to his playing better than jalen hurts his right now those rookie receivers that were in around one or doing pretty well. We're happy to have them in fantasy. I think he's also being held to a high standard because of chase in a little bit of wattle. But i think overall if you look at his numbers. They're pretty good for a rookie. Well i think part of it is also also though he was viewed coming out as the most ready as the highest floor. Guy like everybody else might have time more. So than we're more than chase change from the bulls because he didn't couldn't adjust the nfl. I don't think it's the same thing but Yeah so anyway. I wanna see what is this guy talking about. This guy seems to be mad at us. Don't know bleep. About jacob's i'm.
Fresh update on "ronald" discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
"Dad's ear what. It is the reddest i've ever seen in my life. He's just he's very. He's keebler elves keebler. Al al this year is the color red like ronald flower ear. No it's just the color red. And i'm wondering And just very worried about if it was on fire really. I did not notice okay. Kristen's likely seddon. Which kind of makes me laugh. But it's not nice. She's listening we get it. You had a baby in ethiopia. All right we get it come back. I guess i don't know. I just thought she was being a best. But also but this is what ariella does. She's get it. You have an accent now right. it's true though. Why does she talk to that with accent because now she has an accent because this is how she talks all the time to her husband also. I know that she's trying to learn the language question mark. I feel like not now. You're trying to get steamed. that's about it. Oh my god no Yeah i don't like. I don't like her sister her. She has to bro brothers. yes legally. didn't she had others. Her sister says that he needs to be safe with good education. And that's it's like. Oh stop with the assumption there. What are you basing this off of What what are you basing off. But i do think that ariella and been yelm do need better communication because this is not. This is not a healthy relationship. It really isn't totally agree. The rich on apple podcasts. Amazon music or you can listen ad free by joining one plus free app. Speaking of another family that could.
Getting to Know Arizona's Attorney General Mark Brnovich
"Kircher with us today is the attorney general of the great state of Arizona, Mark brnovich. Welcome. Thanks, Charlie for having me on. So I can't wait to get into what I call the cartel of the colleges because you have some things that you really want to dive into that your office has been working on about corruption and higher education. Those are my words you can be more precise because you diplomatic? Yeah, that's right. But I don't have to be and I also want to kind of talk about some of the new things your office has released in regards to voter registration material and some other things regarding the Arizona audit and the election. But first, I just want you to introduce yourself to our audience. I think that would be really helpful. Tell us your story how you became, you know, attorney general of Arizona, and also I want to say that attorney general Burnham is running for U.S. Senate, which is a very important Senate race. So please introduce yourself. Well, thank you, Charlie. I always tell folks that if you want to know about me, you probably should know about my background in my history. And so I'm a first generation American, my family fled communism. And when your family has not just studied history but live it lived it, you have this great appreciation for how unique freedom is. And, you know, we know that folks like Ronald Reagan used to talk about freedom is never one more than one generation away from extinction. And, you know, my family live that. And that's why I'm so passionate about the constitution and our liberties. And so much of my career has been spent as I was raised that we have to protect freedom and we have an obligation to give back because this is the greatest country in the world. So, you know, I'm a public school kid. I still live in the same neighborhood. Neighborhood I grew up here in Arizona. I was a gang prosecutor at a law school. In fact, I met my wife there and she's now actually on the federal bench. So, you know, anybody was anything about federal judges. There's an old joke that what's the difference between God and a federal judge? God was wrong once I'm kidding. No, no, no, no. Hey, you're gonna get struck by lightning. Don't be saying that. No, no, God doesn't think he's a federal judge. But anyway, no, she's amazing, but then worked at the AG's office, a bit of federal prosecutor. Served our country in the army reserve. I worked at a think tank called the Goldwater institute where I wrote a lot and wrote briefs on the importance of property rights and individual liberty. And so I had never thought I was going to ever run for any office and I was brought up this real strong sense of that when you're the government, when you can take away people's livelihoods, their life, liberty property. You have to have the most highly qualified, but also the most ethical people in those office and people that understand how much power you have when you're the government.
How Angel Mom Agnes Gibboney Fought to Have Her Son's Murderer Deported
"Happened to the illegal immigrant convicted multiple times before he was deported. Came back and killed your son. What happened to the murderer of ronald just recently released early on november twenty second and ice was telling me that they could not deport him because The release date was november. Twenty third or could be twenty second or twenty first and they couldn't just plant themselves for seventy two hours. Wait they could hold a convicted felon who your son. That's what i was told. And not only that. But i kept calling them out to upgrade where he was being transferred from one prison to another three times in one month Instead of them doing their job. I was my own detective. I sold my own case. And what happened to him. He was eventually picked up by your own enforcement removal officers and the poor the back to mexico and l. central. Because of you because of
Angel Mom Agnes Gibboney Describes Son's Death at the Hands of an Illegal Immigrant
"Bless you. Agnes give on you welcome back in studio. Thank you my pleasure so tell us what brought you here. What's the event that's occurring right now. I'm here with fair. they have. they're holding an event. Called few to fire were several injure families angel moms and dads are having interviews to tell their story and as you know dr gorka my son ronald was not the only murder victim. So let's watch hold it up a little bit higher. We've got video feed as well so your here. You are fighting the good fight because of people like ronald desilva. We'll show the other photographs in a moment in a moment. Talked to those who are not familiar with with your story tell. The story of ronald ronald was murdered by previously deported. Criminal illegal alien. Who had a long history of arrests and he was deported and came back to the united states got arrested and the judge did nothing other than sentenced him to three weeks in jail and released him on probation in about a year later he murdered my son he intended to shoot someone else and unfortunately got my son. What happened to this individual. Who killed your son ronald immediately. He fled to mexico and The police found out that his girlfriend was depositing her welfare check at the credit union. In omani where my husband was deputy chief of police and so they would were threatening to take cook children away if she didn't tell him to come back so eventually the second time they went down to pick him up. He turned himself in the second. The second time and was sentenced unfortunately by very liberal judge and la county who pleaded with him to take a plea bargain from first or second degree murder down voluntary
K.T. McFarland: Left is Changing U.S. From Free Market Democracy to Socialist Country
"Everything is falling apart. Katie mcfarland he's making jimmy. Carter looked like ronald reagan. Yeah and and here's what they're doing They're they're going to change the united states from a free market democracy to socialist country with no no public support for just a few race in congress because with the kind of debt spending. They're going to do they're going to have to have such an onerous taxes are taxes can be higher than taxes in china and that is a communist country so they're legislating us a socialist communist country and in the thing. I guess i'm just one of the most offended by is the border catastrophe. They know what they're doing. This is not some mistake. There are letting they know they can't win in two thousand and twenty two or two thousand twenty four. The american people are not behind the agenda. Then american people don't like what these guys are selling. So what are they doing. They're letting in millions and millions of american of illegal immigrants. They're placing them and positioning eum in red states and they're going to grant them citizenship. An amnesty so that those people can vote in two thousand twenty two in two thousand and twenty four and the biden administration the democrats for who they gonna vote for. They're gonna vote for the democrats because look. We gave them citizenship. Let them in. We're giving them all sorts of benefits so to me. It just subverting the whole notion of a constitutional elections and constitutional governance and democracy and free market capitalism. They plan to win. And there is a socialist america dominated by one party and one wing of that and they do it in a bare knuckled. Hardball manner they really do. They're right in our face. I saw senator. Mike lee on tv this week. Say the american people won't continue to stand for tyranny and we can't i mean we just can't k- this is this has gotten so
Liberals Sick of the Alt-Left Are Taking 'the Red Pill'
"What would it be like to find out everything you once believed I don't mean like minor things like I think the Yankees were better in 85 than the mets I mean like serious things What would it be like to wake up in a morning any morning here now or in the future And to find out that core tenants of your life things you invested so much time in were fake I mean think about it I'm a conservative I really love the Ronald Reagan He was the first president I really remember I was born in 1974 I was 6 but it was the first president I really remember like I think oh the president I figured out what that was And I said now I'm 46 I look back And I think of the things he did and the speeches he gave about liberty and freedom and howa a graduate of Eureka college wound up in a very smart brilliant almost economist himself studied Friedman and otherwise had we better himself And imagine if you woke up one day and you found out that Ronald Reagan was you know an Iranian terrorist You'd be like oh my gosh like my whole life I gotta reevaluate everything I invested all this time in the wrong guy Imagine that of course is not obviously It's a mega hyperbole But the reason I bring it up is because red pills are dropping everywhere There are leftists and not all I mean there's always going to be a radical block of the left you know maybe 25% of the country the radical left and the liberals who will believe anything choose to believe everything And once they're told it's alive they don't care if that lie works as a weapon against their political opponents They'll continue to invest in the lie They don't really give a damn if it's a lie or not It doesn't matter What they care about is hurting their opponents But there are large swaths of the left I'm going to play some audio for you today that are waking up There are red pills red pill bombs going off
Would-Be Presidential Assassin John Hinckley Wins Unconditional Release
"Beginning in june of twenty twenty two john. Hinckley who shot former president. Ronald reagan will no longer need to have doctors or therapists oversee his meds or how often he attends individual group therapy sessions. He's going to get unconditional release. While must be nice. What a country try to kill. The president destroyed jim. Brady's life shot shot. Four or five people right for a number of people were were shot Prosecutors initially opposed ending the restrictions but today attorneys told the judge. They'd reached an agreement unconditional. Release for the guy who nearly killed ronald reagan. Great
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
Nixon Foundation Honors Gov. Pete Wilson
"I'm up with very little sleep this morning because we had a blast. Last night i came out to california with the fetching. Mrs hewitt so that we could celebrate with three hundred of his closest friends and staff family. Admirers donors supported governor. Pete wilson's career. Originally we had scheduled this at the nixon foundation at the nixon library. And your belinda. For the thirtieth anniversary of. Pete wilson governor of california in nineteen ninety-one and of course the virus got away to postpone it to april and then we postpone it until last night which was serendipitous from the perspective of the fetchy. Mrs hewitt i as we met for the first time on the same time i met. Pete wilson for the first time. That a pete wilson fundraiser at mission bay hosted by the san diego young republicans in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. What behind the ears. Ohio kid thinking no. This is a pretty good place. Look at all these cute girls in that went over there. And pete wilson was working the crowd the only campaign out at ten. He went ten eleven and the one that he lost was the one that i won. Because he had an event which. I met the fetchy mrs hewitt but we worked with bob wide. His longtime chief of staff and the room was full and rocking yesterday. Great reception the governor was there. Mrs wilson wilson is a star people who live in washington. Dc new gail from people's time in the senate remember peak is a marine yearly. But we be leftover that he's a marine enlisted became. An officer is older brother. Let him there as listed managed that you know break. You're on if you joined the marines. And pete did anyway right out of jail after that law school after that. Advance work for a young richard nixon running for california governor in nineteen sixty two. That didn't work out. Well for president nixon but eventually it did for the country and for president nixon pete went and became an assemblyman then. He became the mayor of san diego for twelve years. Then it became the united states. Senator for eight years and then he became the governor of california for your great governor is a great senator largely responsible along with dan. Quayle and ronald reagan for the passage of star wars sti which many credit with the collapse of the soviet union. Finally governor wilson was just in federal. He doesn't change that age. He's the same guy and there is a tribute videos. Very funny thing. They can either be terrible or great. This was great
Phillies rally from 6 down, beat Bucs 12-6 to gain on Braves
"The Israelis going twelve unanswered runs to pick up some ground in the National League east division race of the twelve six win over the pirates scored five runs in the bottom of the third by Brad Miller took the lead for good in the bottom of the sixth one of three run home run by Ronald certainly as the and its two more runs in the bottom of the seventh on a two run home run by G. the wind mobile filled within two games of the first place Braves six for a loss Zacks Michael long ago hello
Louisiana state trooper charged in pummeling of Black man
"Former Louisiana state police trooper has been charged with the civil rights violation for repeatedly beating of black motorist with a flashlight in twenty nineteen this is the first criminal case to emerge from federal investigations into Louisiana state troopers allegedly beating at least three black men former trooper Jacob brown the son of a high ranking police official allegedly struck Aaron Bowman eighteen times with a flashlight leaving Bowman with a broken jaw broken ribs and a gash to his head brown who is white head wrapped up twenty three use of force incidents mostly against black people prosecutors are scrutinizing other Louisiana troopers and other cases including the deadly twenty nineteen arrest of Ronald green who's beating was caught on videotape I'm Jackie Quinn
"ronald" Discussed on Access to Inspiration
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"ronald" Discussed on Access to Inspiration
"So you've given us an understanding as to why people might encourage that approach for example with creativity where my thinking is going. Ronald is around the importance of safety. My senses people don't want to let go of their ambitions because you don't feel safe or they feel uncomfortable pen to paper because they don't feel confident enough to do so. I'm also thinking of our purpose of our brain or at least start. Premature brain is to keep us safe. So i'm wondering where in your research on your sinking. Safety plays enroll. Well when you talk about safety in the way that you don't feel that you have a space for you to express yourself freely to take canvas start painting. You have to understand that the things that you do you do it. Because it's good for you. I tell my students. Sometimes you don't paint because want to be a painter you paint because it's good for your brain. You don't play guitar because you want to be a musician and you have to be a musician do it. Because it's good for. Your brain is an exercise that you do. Everything you do is is like that. So i'm not gonna play ball because i'm not talented and are not going to be in the big leagues as an athlete. It doesn't matter you need to exercise because it's good for your body is good for your brain and you're gonna be the worst player but you do it because it's necessary for you. It is good for you so helping people to see. The values are bigger reason for particularly in these activities. It takes me onto thinking about heavier than utilizes approach of making a mark on paper on following that to come up with some results. What is it that you use. When you're creating something are you servicing. I try to pay attention. To what a helping my surroundings on the tip that i give to my students that you'll bring a toolbox so you need to collect the tools the you might need in the future and you keep them there..
Willard Scott, Weatherman on NBC's 'Today' Show, Dies at 87
"Former today show weatherman Willard Scott has died at the age of eighty seven according to NBC I'm marquees are a letter with a look at his life Willard Scott had a favorite response if you asked if he was a meteorologist hello I'm a southern Baptist Scott's trademarks were one hundredth birthday greetings to viewers and dressing up in silly costumes including a famous incident in which he dressed as Carmen Miranda Scott created the Ronald McDonald character for Washington area commercials and was disappointed he was not chosen for the national ads Scott was asked in a two thousand four A. P. interview what he would send to the today show if he made it to one hundred I probably said that picture of me dressed as Carmen Miranda and then some other picture would be shaking hands with the pope
Willard Scott, Legendary TODAY Show Weatherman, Dies at 87
"Willard scott has died at the age of eighty seven. The death of the former today show weatherman was confirmed by al roker. Npr's aren't disciple. Looks back at scott's career. Millions of americans spent the eighties and nineties waking up to willard scott on. Nbc's today he served up a reverent weather forecasts along with his trademark birthday wishes for the nation centenarians purse out hundred four driven longevity. The loving his wife and eating an apple every single day but the longevity of scott's career went beyond the today show he spent a decade hosting the macy's thanksgiving day parade and was a prolific commercial pitchman early in his career. Scott played bozo the clown. He was also the original ronald mcdonald but no matter where they saw him. Tv viewers could depend on willard scott to be good natured and good for a
Arizona's Kari Lake on the Age of the Trump Republican
"I have to say. There is a a a lightened dog. There is a front in an obverse of how to be successful in the age of america. I and i've been texting back and forth with man who says he's a republican wants to be governor of the commonwealth virginia. But he seems scared to come on the show all his communications team. I'm talking about dan. Yung-chen running it for him which is really embarrassment. You not only understand that. Politics changed in two thousand sixteen. You've embraced donald trump. The wonderful pictures of you and my former boss are out there. This is a clear message to the seventy four million. Who voted for him that you believe. The age of the career politicians is done. Talk to us about your vision of arizona and how politics have changed. And it's the age of the citizen. Politician carry absolutely ronald. Reagan called it the citizen politician and we used to call it. Reagan republican now. I believe we are in the era of the trump republican and i believe that eighty percent of republicans are solidly mega trump republicans. I am one of them. I'm not ashamed to say that. I'm very proud to be a trump republican because he puts america first and we have to do that. We see how the world is spinning out of control right now and i think some of these other politicians are being controlled by the consultant class. The political consulting class. They're afraid to do what's right. Because they have special interests that are not the people that are representing. And you're showing pictures right now. A little over a week ago i was invited to see president trump at trump tower and it was such an amazing day. Our half hour meeting dragged out. I shouldn't say dragged out. I was happy at dragged out a an hour in about fifteen minutes. So i was so pleased. Sit down you got more than an hour with the boss. Yes i did. It was surreal. I must
Network Media Forgot to Hold Our Government Accountable
"But the Democrats and Biden with the help of the corrupt Propaganda media want to change the subject now. The war is over. Put it behind you. Did Ronald Reagan put the hostages 52 of them. You know, ran behind him. And again, I want to remind you I want to remind you Those of us who are old enough. Remember many don't And I've said this before, and I want to repeat it. We used to see every night on the news. Every night Network news. Really before cable came into being in any significant way we used to see every night on the network news. Day 110. They 300 this and that every To remind The public to remind ourselves to remind Jimmy Carter and our government That there were American hostages. Being held by the Islamo Nazi regime in Iran. 52 as I recall. 52 ABC News That's how Ted Koppel became famous. And Nightline became famous. It's day 212 hostages in Iraq. As liberal as the media where They were not. Endorsing this American Marxist movement even back then.
Harper Homers, Phillies Beat Nats 7-4 for 4th Straight Win
"Bryce Harper hit a first inning Homer in the Phillies are in their fourth straight win by outscoring the nationals seven a four Harper went two for five minutes hitting four oh four with seven home runs and twelve RBIs in sixteen games against his former team this season Brad Miller also went deep and Ronald Torreyes added a bases loaded triple for Philadelphia which improved to seventy one at nationals park this season Zack Wheeler pitched six innings for Philadelphia yielding four runs while striking out four Jose Alvarado escaped a two on none out jam in the ninth for his fifth save I'm Dave Ferrie
Rodón Wins in Return From Injury, White Sox Beat Jays 10-7
"Carlos Roshan returned to the mountain allowed two runs over five innings of the white Sox ten seven win it's Ronald Rochon was reached for five hits hours after being activated off the injured list he hadn't pitched since August seventh because of a sore shoulder there's some limits on the dates for his pitch count how much we're gonna throw but goes that get out there I was I was shooting for six but got to five and it was good Louis Robert hit a two run Homer for the white Sox who also got solo shots from Jose a break you say Sir Hernandez and Eli Jimenez Tim Anderson had three hits and two RBIs Chicago gained a split of the four game set Marcus Semien homered twice for the blue jays who trailed nine two before a five run sixth I'm Dave Ferrie
How Does the Fall of Kabul Compare to the Fall of Saigon?
"Seen numerous exigencies disasters. Emergencies affecting america's national security establishment. Let's start with a simple can palace and katie mcfarland. Follow this lady right now on twitter at real. Kt the lettuce. Kt mcfarland Is it Unwise is it too simplistic to compare the fall of kabul under biden to the fall of saigon. Give us your take on. That comparison was actually in the white house situation room. The night of the fall saigon. I was That was in april. Nineteen seventy five and america had fought and at least fought to a standstill the vietnam war and similarly to today. We were surrounded by North vietnamese viet cong communist forces and were forced to evacuate Our our forces along with any north and south east amis allies. Who had helped us for the vietnam war and it was a humiliating time for america not only had lost a war but we were forced to evacuate and it was a low point of american foreign policy and i remember being in the situation room where i was receiving case. They were called cables at the time. You'd probably call an e mails text messages today. From the van ambassador to the american ambassador to vietnam where he was saying we. We just need fewer hours. We have just another planeload or to evacuate and all the american. All the american military we later found out that what they were doing was trying to evacuate as many as possible of the vietnamese allies that it helped us So it was a low point in american foreign policy and because it showed to the world the face. Agape world was america's incompetent america Can't fight wars and win them. It's the end of time. America's days are done and it fed into the notion that at that time the soviet union was gonna replace america's the world's dominant power and so surely united states turn that around with especially with the election in nineteen eighty of ronald reagan where he rebuilt the american military. He stood up for the united states again. He reinstated american values. He fixed the american economy and within a decade. After that we had one war so we completely reversed that vietnam syndrome and it only took us. Well it took us maybe ten or fifteen years to do
"ronald" Discussed on This American President
"We wanted to think. Call you. Van chef and molina's with ours for all of their help in the last few months. We started an internship this past summer and they were our inaugural class coal. You assisted with the audio production and is beginning a master's in audio engineering at middle tennessee. State university molina helped with research and writing and she's currently attending temple university. Thanks again collio and molina. This american president is produced by myself. Richard lim and michael neale a special thanks to jennifer mozelle kovatchev and molina speth ours for their help in producing this episode. If you like what you've been hearing you can help us by leaving. A five star review on apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to our show. We're proud partner of evergreen podcasts. Checkout evergreen podcasts dot com for more shows you might enjoy for more information about president. Reagan checkout strategies of containment by john. Lewis gaddis the rebellion of ronald reagan by james man reagan's secret war by martin and analysts anderson the triumph of improvisation by james graham wilson and crusader by paul king. I'm richard lim. We're back next time with more. This american president. This is alex host of ohio versus the world in american history. Podcast on a hybrid world will travel back in time with the offers. Historians either witnesses to the most exciting consequential too often overlooked topics for the shaved. America's history receives the in ohio connection to so many important moments when you said ohio versus the world we get some damage so join us. And we'll take a deep dive. Would lighten educate and entertain you as a high over. The world makes refund again..
"ronald" Discussed on This American President
"Ronald reagan. Ironically reagan would later say that it was quote. The worst picture i ever made and that quote never has an egg of such dimensions been laid the next opportunity. Reagan hats project strength came when the professional air traffic controllers organization known as pat co went on strike on august third nineteen eighty one. Thirteen thousand controllers walked out after talks with the faa fell apart. They had sought a wage increase and a reduction of their work week. Seven thousand flights were cancelled due to the strike. A nightmare coming during the peak of summer travel season in hundred fifty five congress passed a law. Making these kinds of strikes illegal at the supreme court upheld the law in nineteen seventy-one despite the fact that pat co-head endorsed reagan in nineteen eighty. He ordered the controllers to get back to work in the interests of national safety when most of them refused he fired them. He then ban the strikers from being rehired ever again in october of that year the federal labor relations authority decertified. Petco reagan the former union leader had broken the air traffic controllers union in addition to his shows of strength. Reagan employed psychological measures against soviets state department historian james. Graham wilson wrote that. Reagan had the us air force and navy sent fighters and bombers to probe the soviet defense perimeter according to strategic air command. General jack chain quote we would send bombers over the north poles and radars. Speaking of soviet radars would click on other times. Fighter-bombers would probe. they're asian or european periphery. Wilson quotes one under secretary of state. Who said of the flights quote it really got to them. They didn't know what it all meant. A squadron would straight at soviet airspace and their radars with light up and units would go on alert then at last minute the squadron would peel off and return home. The reagan administration did face setbacks. Sometimes grievous ones in august of nineteen eighty two. Reagan sent about fourteen hundred marines to join a multinational force in lebanon as you might recall from a previous episode. President eisenhower had sent forces to lebanon back. In one thousand nine hundred eighty eight upon invitation from the government in beirut to restore order. The mission was a success. So there is precedent for the deployment. This time israel and the palestinian liberation organization had been fighting and when a ceasefire was forged. The multinational force was sent to enforce. Things seem to be going well. But in april of nineteen eighty three a car bomb exploded at the us embassy in west. Beirut killing sixty three people including seventeen americans and then on october twenty third. Nineteen eighty-three a truck. Packed with twelve thousand. Pounds of explosives crashed into the front gates of the us marine barracks in beirut. The explosion destroyed the foundation of the building causing it to collapse. Two hundred forty-one marines and sailors were killed the greatest number of us marines lost since the battle of iwo jima in world war two hezbollah a lebanese terrorist group was later implicated in the attack. There were indications that iran and syria were involved the. Us was stunned by what had happened. Reagan called it a quote despicable act and his administration promised to stay the course. keep the force in lebanon. There was talk within the administration to respond to the attack. But congressional support for the mission began to wane. Within four months february nineteen eighty-four the marines had fully withdrawn from lebanon. It was likely the wise thing to do preventing the united states from getting bogged down in a conflict in the middle east. Especially in light of reagan's plans to take on the soviet union. America was reeling from the beirut bombings but another crisis in a different part of the world gave reagan a chance to reassert. american power. Grenada is a small island country in the caribbean. For centuries it was part of the british empire and obtained independence in nineteen seventy four. The remained part of the british commonwealth. And still is today. In march of nineteen seventy-nine a marxist leninist movement in the country called the new jewel movement overthrew the government and established a new regime under man named maurice bishop after taking office bishop established relations. With castro's cuba also built an airport with help from international consultants including some who came from cuba president. Reagan believed that this was a cover for building an airstrip that could be used by the soviets. Remember at this time. The soviets in cuba were supporting marxist movements around the world including in central american countries like el salvador nicaragua cubans were said to have been involved in the building of the airport. Reagan's critics to this day however argue that there's no evidence to support that claim now while bishop had relations with the soviet union. He also wanted to keep grenada. Non-aligned some say he was also moving toward more moderate economic policies hoping to attract foreign investment and bishops supporters. Point to his efforts to grant greater equality to women the policies that help the poor and improve literacy but at the same time bishop banned all other political parties elections and free expression bishops government also established the people's revolutionary army which some said committed human rights violations against the populace at any rate bishops government broke into factions and one of them was led by a man named bernard cord a politician part of the new jewel movement. He had actually studied in the united states. At one point as well as england and had been involved in communist parties in both countries cords faction wanted bishop to step down or allow them to have a greater say over government when bishop refused cords group launched a coup of their own and had bishop placed under house arrest when that happened. Chaos erupted and demonstrations broke out across the country. Bishop actually managed to escape for a time but court had the army recapture and then execute him in the midst of the chaos. A military official named hudson austin sees power and installed military rule. The new government was seen as more pro-communist than the more moderate government under bishop it imposed a total curfew for four days with orders to shoot anyone on site. Who violated it. The governor general of grenada. Paul schoon secretly requested that. The united states interven- schoon also found himself placed under house arrest organization of east caribbean states. As well as barbados and jamaica also asked the united states to help restore order. Reagan complied and also cited the presence of american citizens on the island and the fear that if american hostages were taken it would turn into a similar situation that president carter faced in iran on october. Twenty fifth nineteen eighty three two days after the deadly marine barracks bombings in lebanon. United states commenced operation. Urgent fury and invaded grenada. A little over seven thousand americans would serve in the operation consisting of men and women. From the army's first and second ranger battalions the delta force in the eighty second airborne division as well as the marines and the navy seals. The rangers led an airborne assault on the southern tip of the island while the marines landed at the northern tip in a televised speech to.
"ronald" Discussed on This American President
"A radio address. Reagan said quote. One thing is certain. The threat of hunger to the russian people is due to the soviet obsession with military power. Nothing proves the failure of marxism more than the soviet union's inability to produce weapons for its military ambitions and at the same time provide for their people's everyday needs in nineteen seventy six. Reagan said quote the russians know. They can't match us industrially or technologically during another radio address in the seventies. Reagan talked about reaching out to soviet citizens saying we quote could have an unexpected ally if citizen ivan is becoming discontented enough to start talking back. Maybe we should drop a few million. Typical mail order cadillacs on minks and pinks in moscow to wet their appetites. Reagan seem to be saying that those millions of people behind the iron curtain might be coaxed into rising up against their oppressors. If they knew just how bad they had it and how much better democracy and capitalism could be in nineteen eighty. Reagan gave an interview where he said quote they know that if we turned our full industrial might into an arms race they cannot keep pace with us. Why haven't we played that card. According to ronald reagan's close aide and his first national security advisor. Richard alan reagan told him in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven quote. My idea of american policy toward the soviet union is simple and some would say simplistic it is this we win and they lose their those who believe that. Richard alan was telling the truth. And those who believe that. He was. Exaggerating reagan's role as a mastermind who orchestrated the end of the cold war regardless of what one believes. It's clear that reagan believed in something that few experts did that. The soviet union was weak and was at risk of collapsing in his first year. In office reagan repeatedly spoke of some sort of end to soviet communism at a commencement address in notre dame in may nineteen eighty one. Reagan said the following the years. The years ahead are great ones for this country. The cause of freedom and the spread of civilization the west won't contain communism.
Biden's Evacuation of Afghanistan Is Purely Political
"You think this is what Donald Trump would do? Do you think that Ronald Reagan would do you have these generals going to the microphone? Not a damn one of them. Sounds like George Patton. Do they Well, you know, they have enough. You know, you have enough resources and well, we got enough and that this general, I don't know There's any big guy. He answers the question. I thought I don't even understand your answer. And then, the reporter said. I don't understand your answer. They do not have enough of what they need. As tough as they are. They're not tough enough to resign and they're not tough enough to say so. To a complete buffoon. As commander in chief. How is it that we know more than they do? Because it's common sense. How is it that we know you don't pull the military before you account for every single citizen because it's common sense. Didn't have enough resources. To maintain the Bagram airport to massive facility. It was housing. Hundreds, if not thousands of the Islamo Nazis. And they give it up. We had to make a choice. No, you didn't have to make a choice. Your commander and stupidity made you make a choice. Does everything he does is political. Let it go. I want to get out of Afghanistan and by God, I'm going to get out of Afghanistan. One out. So do tens of thousands of American citizens and they're stuck. They're stuck. We got 3300 out so far and how many are there? I don't know. And what are you gonna do about them? I don't know. How come the French and the Germans and the British or Sunday commandos out beyond the beyond the air, But I don't know. How many weapons of ours. Do they have? Humvees? Everything upgraded? I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. We prepared for every contingency Well, guess what? Ladies and gentlemen when you surrender. There's a lot of things that happen that you may not anticipate, particularly when you surrender when you have thousands of American citizens behind enemy lines.
"ronald" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
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"ronald" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Use that as a negative term And so there was a desire on the left to go with something new but also there really was. I think very serious and conscious embrace of the original progressive idea which was to come in to rely on the expertise of the national government To allow it to get into many more out of use of not only economic wise but but areas beyond that And so. I think it's gotten easier to talk about more recently because we've all just lived through a year of rule by alleged experts of circumstance where we were told that ordinary politics and political views have to be put aside the idea of of consenting to how old of ordinary legislative role are elected people ruling us that has to be put aside. We have to turn ourselves over to rule by experts alleged experts And so it's a great example of something that the progressives brought to four coming out of the civil service movement where they want it to reduce the influence of ordinary electoral politics people consenting and so on And really thought we were on the dawn of a new age where you had a lot of enlightened people university educated people and saw the national government as a place where they could could practice their expertise. I had dinner with a friend last night. And he spent years in russia and he has worked with some of the the major oligarchs he's been at the highest ranks of their government is speaks fluent russian open in american and very very entrenched in the russian government politics thought and he was talking about the differences between the united states and russia and that russia's problem this was this was at the time of perestroika where russia was trying to come out of a glass knows where they were trying to come out of the slump. They'd been in and my friend said to to this high-ranking russian officially said the problem is that you have this bureaucracy. That that just stifles your your your private capitalist class. You're.
"ronald" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"It's easy to get caught up in how everything's going wrong but it's also important to recognize it. There are lots of people in their little silo in their little segment of the world. That are doing good work. There are people out there who are sounding the syrian that clarion call there are people who are making a difference in all walks of life. And i want to remind you. It's not all dire for good people with good things to say with inspiring things to say and one of them is a new book. Called america transformed the rise and legacy of american progressivism. The author is ronald streto. And before we get to the professor he is the graduate dean and professor of politics at hillsdale college where he teaches political philosophy. Hillsdale just keeps coming up and it comes up again and again as doing great work for folks. that don't know what hillsdale is. What makes it special in what he will do. Well first for those those kind words of introduction and you know hillsdale college it's a it's a privilege to work there. It's kind of counter cultural in higher education right now so you know higher education in this country is as you probably know is Isn't isn't very great jeopardy. And there's not a lot of education going on there's a lot of indoctrination going on and and Back part of the story of my book is is how that took place over the last hundred years or so but hillsdale is Stands up against it. It's it's a liberal arts college in southern michigan. It's got a big outreach though across the country So we've got a lot of folks that are connected to the college even though they're not students there on campus and Sister privileged to work there. How did this come about because it is so unlike anything else and it it says if this one institution recognized the community is crying out for this and i don't care if it's a truck driver that never went to to college or a maintenance worker people want you know an education.
"ronald" Discussed on Doug Miles Media
"Did it all and so. They had a huge investment in every aspect of conventional photography and so resisted digital until it was too late. Some really interesting story about Like you said An under appreciated Inventor and genius. I would say it would land. Who invented the polar at so many other things. It's called a triumph of changes is the name of the book when riled fierce theme today the website ronaldo book just came up. Get hold of it Well it's it's it's available through all of your normal retail Outlets barnes and noble amazon like coca. Yeah we have it on our website to you can order. I didn't know if you had a specific website. Doing well. great. Ronald pleasure talking for few minutes. Good luck with the book and hopefully we can talk.
"ronald" Discussed on Catch my Killer
"They murdered him. We can't deny the evidence blunt force trauma back of the head body found in a ditch not reported missing cameras not working. Nobody saw anything as last location. Sergeants house nothing. Ncis agent interviewed me. He was shocked. I knew so much. He asked me questions about if macho would commit suicide. And i stopped there. It was the most disrespectful thing anybody's ever asked me my entire life. This was no suicide. He assured me that this procedure standard stuff. They ask questions and i told him. Don't ask me again. He was murdered. Whether be one two three you or more people someone or some people murdered my brother. Our loved one injustice needs to be served Hello this is mark. I write a weekly newspaper column about true crime unsolved homicides in the paranormal you can find links to my social media accounts in columns on my website titled the marco dot com. Welcome to the catch. My killer podcast. Thank you for listening. This week's story is about lance corporal. Ronald macho valentine who grew up in fitchburg massachusetts like millions of other young men and women in america. Ronald joined the marines but before becoming a marine. He was a college student after deciding that college wasn't for him. He joined the marine corps although his mother gloria didn't want him to join she still supported her firstborn sons dreams. Ronald kept in touch with his mother. The two spoke regularly. Ronald would eventually be sent to okinawa japan. Gloria last spoke to her son on august. Thirty first two thousand eighteen for five days. She went without hearing from her son. She found it strange and had a feeling that something was wrong. Her son would not go so long without contacting her. He knew that she worried about him. Gloria would learn that. Her son went missing for five days before he was reported missing on september fifth. Two thousand eighteen. The marines contacted gloria and asked if she knew her son was. She said that he was at his duty assignment. At camp hansen in okinawa japan. She was shocked and upset that they were asking where her son was. Why would they ask. Shouldn't they know where he was at. Won't they keep tabs on their soldiers. A day later on the sixth glory learn her son. Ronald was no longer missing. He was found dead in a drainage ditch two hundred feet from where he was last seen. He had suffered blunt force trauma to the back of his head. Someone had murdered the twenty one year old marine. Gloria found out that her son had attended to get together with a group of marines. One being a sergeant that he worked with the marines at the get together claim that ronald had left and didn't return. The sergeant that was hosting to get together had claimed that ronald had left his backpack behind viloria. Thought this to be a why. She knew that her son wouldn't leave with. I'll take in his backpack. Ronald was also found without prescription glasses. She also knew that he couldn't see without them so she knew that he wouldn't have left out in either today. Ronald glasses have never been found. So where are those glasses after two years. Gloria hasn't received any answers from ncis or anyone else about her son's homicide she continues to remain in the dark and has no answers but she refuses to stay quiet. Her sole mission in life now is the find now would happen to ronald her oldest son. She wants to know who killed him and why. She's told me that she will never stop pursuing answers until she finds out who killed in now with the story of lance corporal. Rami natural valtin is told by his mother. Fear anchor by some was born in per se jersey and He was chubby thirteen. Nineteen ninety seven. We moved to massachusetts to fitchburg math on ninety eight and the someone like ninety eight. I call us up ninety eight. We'd been even there in pittsburgh for until they graduate anything. He decided to go to the marines like they just will. He was in pittsburgh so he lived in pittsburgh and then you move to massachusetts pick. No we used to live in new jersey. That's ok to say new jersey. that's when he was born and He was raised in fitchburg fitchburg massachusetts. He was wine years old woman to pitch on a mother of five. Okay so he's got four siblings. So did he play football. Or what type of stuff did he do. When he was He played basketball. He used to play a lot of basketball. he'd he also did He used to track but he loved playing basketball when he was literally played baseball baseball football. And she got what he likes to do with Learning he like came basketball and then she got mold like they used to always keva whatever young kid does like they play playstation play. Workout play basketball. That's where he used to. So what got into the marine corps when he graduated from high school. He always told me he wanted to join the marine which. I wasn't happy about it. I didn't want to join the military coup. I mean i myself has so many. That's in the military. We have family in the military and retired. That are in school as well. But i didn't want him to get to go to the minute i mean i. He's my poor son. He didn't go. Because i thought crying. He said okay my say. Why don't you try college. And he said okay so he tried college. She went to university of maine. He tried four year then he you know he was even. He got like home take. He wanted to be closer and everything so he came back home and then he went to much use at community college that it was close to home so he will be with me then there where he was there he. They were Recruiters from the marine. I i believe it was maybe marine and my because they are told them all joking around you. Wouldn't you wouldn't try like do. I guess it would like push ups stuff like training like doing pushups ups. How many you can do 'cause they was going to the same college my my youngest daughter and him and He.
"ronald" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"One of the things that i wanted to do like i'm so scared that people are going to say. Oh these guys are knocking off. Show or something like that and one of the things that i wanted to was. How much deeper this was of interest like. That's highly upsetting because of who was like in this day. Job is day hours but there was over. Sixty individuals ultimately arrested during this sting operation and a lot of these guys probably like a lot of creditors have easy access. He not to these kids. You know there's something about these kinds of stories that are just fascinating and you're never happy about the fact that it happened to somebody but it's just so odd that you can't be captivated by the kind of bond that might be able to do something like this at least the way my the way i am. I see a situation like this. And i i. I obviously acknowledged tragedy you know. It's there's people that are scarred for life and their they're ruined unfortunately but as a third party that gets to analyze it just watching always one of those things that you feel just so compelled by you wonder. How does this feel how. What really really straight me in this kinda thing interrupt you but this was actually a topic of conversation today when my parents were over and it's kind of like i was trying to explain to them. Like how many times a week do you hear that somebody was killed. Somebody was shot and somebody stabbed. Even there isn't molestation that took place and your for a split second year like man that really subs but no one thinks about the fact that it could be even higher best friends. I could never think that you would be capable of doing something like that right. But i think like i know seventy eighty percent of the time. It is that person who's closest to you right. It's the friend. It's a nice guy from the church. It's like the guy who's your uncle. i mean. Everybody jokes about uncle fiddles. But it happens a lot right. You know it to that point. And that's what. I was driving esa. Thanks for really. In one time i had seen a special on. Abc or one of those after school special global news things and it was an interview with a convicted sex offender and they are asking him about his betting process. And this guy was like yeah man. I look pretty normal. I was a principal ch-. Nobody thought me saying he got away with it for a long time Just because he was playing a role. And i guess the to that point people think that a a molester or rape aurora kidnappers that looks weird and creepy and kind of like folding and or more the rings or something you know but but in reality they're probably the charming people yes up because the guy was like man i look normal. You would never think anything of me and they wanna be they wanna be unassuming so disguise. They often. You'll often find them in roles like principles or like. What else do they like. Daycare directors social workers. Things like that exactly in one of the things that i thought about two was i. You know people say oh well you know i was born this way. I was born probably a lot of truth to that. And i always wondered like does the person actively seek out these roles to have opportunities or do they see the opportunities that exist after they get these roles like i don't i don't think against like i'm on the side we're like these people have had something wrong with them for a long time and you consistently overlooked by people who should know. Maybe you should have known better like hey there's something wrong with that guy like we all knew that kid right grade. You're like yeah that's not right. I mean it has to do with yourself are usually in the event because everybody has the desired. You up still living like i think he also comes down to. How far are you willing to go to satisfy your fantasies versus like what's your compass like. Does that make sense my ramle. I hope it does. I think we're the disconnect is like how like you and i seemingly normal mills are fantasy you to like you know have sex with like three strippers or something right but then we think about like oh wait. We're married. there's diseases could be legal like we played. All these scenarios are head and stuff. But i think that would probably be more typical versus. I wonder what it's like to kill in.
"ronald" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"ronald" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"The judge replied the risk is that his obsessions or going to become more than fantasy. At what point does that line between fantasy and risk of threat get crossed to let you determine if his online fantasies crossed the line. I have very special guests joining me now to perform a reenactment of the online conversations between ronald brown and michael arnett aka. Ck three six six six sweet talker. Linda and calf keeper to my brother chris. My wife stacey will you are about to hear is extremely disturbing so this is your last chance. Please make sure that you're ready to travel down this road. As there will be no going back. Chris will be playing. The part of ronald brown. Stacey will be playing the role of the other members of the chatham. No further ado. I have some kicks. Her friends should be down a little toddler. Pick alot our eddie. Sadly he is doing well. I wish i had him tied back in closet with make fine eastern yes stars. Budgies would be fantastic. I agree you could spend today party him out getting pan ready for the but i would have time to do it today if only yeah i would have been up all night and join him. I'm sure killing now. Last day as a boy wouldn't kill. Imagine his eyes would just about be ready to bug out wet with tears so scared help probably tripling trying to pageant. His body cut up in thinking of how it would hurt chopped. I can assure that he would build a name because he would already be dead by my thinking like a little boy anymore. Ear reducing him back into the level of a five year old baby. I could tell that is a big boy. Now and we'll be able to take. I could give them a choice on how you wants to go. That would be nice given choices all which end up camping being cut up and ask them how he wants each cuts of his body to be done. And then labeling form with a black marker a nice idea see how you react to that maybe dotted line around the base of his cock with an arrow labeled here. That would get him trembling knowing you're going to cut off his voight art just having my fingers on it when terrified. Get a pair of scissors between the plates pinch at the potato yes slide this sharp in back in across his cock yes even two or three year olds understand that when you do it so scary. Use his book for it. Gives a chance to develop. I would like to get an updated picture of before too long. I like to look at them. And i am at all to exactly announced cuts. Wish i had one of his be showing off his chest in that would be best. Get to look at the areas cut. Yes i need a reboot plus a bathroom break. Maybe ten minutes. Can you hang well. I do need to go. I have some running around back later. I think so. Sure okay well. I hope we can talk more here sick. I should be on later today to okay. I did find one new pickup pokey yoga. Is it a good gets heuristic to see. I think that's what i like. I'd be interested and seem still here rebuilding gaffes nice. Lean meat on little guys me will be cooped up in the morning once. The main course is out opened. Fire probably start with this bottom legs. Ribs evening sunshine. Hello how are you good. you doing. Knock with your boy. No i still went to eat them. Think he was looking good and that last guy got great. Nice tight ass. Love boys like that berm media. He would make a nice meal for you. I bet you can handle high. Think i could. I am sure. would you just knock them out. It would be the best way for a boy his age size. Yes with something. You're good wack on the back of the head preferrably with something like a blackjack do the would killed or just nakajima should just not come out. I've never seen it killed more than just throw them over your shoulder in off pretty much yes. I think he would be easy to end. He is a compact gourd. Gun might have a bit more strength to where he could punch him. Talk him out though. I always thought a punch in the top you would knock the wind out. That may work too but be prepared for him to let out more of a cry or get is wind back quicker than expected..
"ronald" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"At the top of my list for horror movies. But what if the child predator you should fear most was not sneaking into your dreams rather was demand driving your children to church each wednesday. What if the man was in creating a dream world to chase down your children but instead spent his time developing devices to dismember children while searching the internet for the best recipe online to prepare their flesh for consumption. This is a very true story. You better go find your kids right now before. Two thousand twelve. Ronald and brown probably seemed like a normal guy in living in largo florida. At the time ron was in his mid fifties and was pretty active members church. She participated in the ministry by providing entertainment to the chiltern by way of puppetry. Statistically as of quist each wednesday ronald would have the children who attended the local church over to a home for a pizza party for driving the church van with the kids to their midweek services in addition to performing at church his side has included private events like birthday parties and play a role in a public access christian television show joy junction the show featured ron and his puppet mardi sharing lessons from the bible here he discussed the importance of having intimate relationship with the lord and ways that you can grow your relationship with god if going to church every sunday night you go into mcdonald's every weight and that's a hamburger marty for ron. It's true you do make a good point. They're just going to church. Doesn't make a person that christian thatched chairs to jesus christ to come into your heart and ask him to forgive you sans. That's right marty and you know after you do that. You're supposed to grow in the lord Well i don't mean we're supposed to grow physically but we are supposed to grow spiritually. You know i'm thinking of second. Peter three eighteen. Which says we're supposed to grow in the grace and knowledge of our lord and savior. Jesus christ well. How does that name well. It just simply means marty that we're supposed to get to know the lord better in grow in our relationship with him heireann. I know some ways we can grow in the lord really. What's that well first of all going to church. That's a good idea. Marty mentioned a moment ago. Grow going to church doesn't make you a christian but it's certainly important to go to church because there we learn about the lord is good to fellowship with other people who believe as we do. Can you think of some other ways that we can grow in our relationship with the lord. Well this see by reading god. that's right marty. Reading the bible is certainly an important way that we can grow in the lord because the bible contains a lot of imported instructions on how we should lay. Oh let's say talking to god turning. Well that's right marty. Well would you think about a person who who said that. They were a good friend of yours but then they never talked to you. I would say it wasn't really a very close friend at all. That's right but you know a lot of times. Marty people say well. I talked to the lord the lord. He's a really close friend of mine but they really don't pray very often witnessing and telling others about god. That's important to marty that help. Search to grow in our faith by telling others about jesus in two thousand twelve wife for ronald william brown was about to change. Ronald brown was arrested after a raid on his home by the us department of homeland security. A huge investigation uncovered ronald role in several online chat rooms involving child pornography child abduction the murder of children in the eventual cannibalizing of said children the investigation and covered that ronald brown participated in online chats. Discussing the one to participate in kidnapping murdering and eating children ronald sought out and cheered images of corner graphic material including new children being tied up and gagged bound to tables. The images at ronald enjoyed the most though involved children that were deceased. These included images of children who had been decapitated toughest. Federal agents revealed disturbing details about a local puppeteer and the twisted fantasies. They say he had about little boys. And tonight we're hearing more about the charges. He's facing yorkers gino's talked to ronald browns and attorney about those troubling charges. He joins us live in downtown tampa with war. Tonight chris jamieson. That attorney believes this man is innocent. Despite the mountain of evidence federal agents have already collected in this case. It's evidence this guy's neighbors call simply disgusting in a federal courtroom ronald brown set and silent as he was ordered held without bond his attorney tonight vowing to get him out. He's not involved with is he wouldn't do something like this. He's got no criminal record. Put federal agents say the evidence uncovered in the fifty seven year olds home suggests otherwise including disturbing images of child porn like pictures of boys with their hands and feet bound by ropes. And at least one were a child appeared to be dead kind of scary. Stacey gauguin was disgusted but not surprised by the allegations saying for years her neighbor has spent an unusual amount of time with children the puppeteer shaking kids with him to church and also hosting pizza. Dinners at home for groups of young boys at least once a week. They come with their bikes. Skateboards ain't hang out waiting for him to come home for what neighbors say they never imagined are highly graphic conversations. Brown admitted to having with another man. Online transcript show. They talked at length about the best way to kill children as young as two years old describing how to cut them up. Cook them and eat there remains. It's not just gross. It's beyond you know the concept of Where you come up with things like that and most of those online conversations were so graphic. We really couldn't share any of that with you on tv but tonight agent telling us that brown told them all of it was just a fantasy at stuff. He says he would never actually do in real life even though he made a number of references to a specific boy. He knows through his church. Tonight brown is being held in custody and the other man taking part in those online conversations. He is in jail as well in kansas brown was given the opportunity to take a plea bargain. That would have sent him to prison for a short stint of only six years however he didn't take the deal stating that. He really didn't do anything wrong. He claimed his fantasies. We're about seeing children deceased and conversations about kidnapping killing and eventually eating dead children were merely fantasy that he never intended to follow through with his argument. Was you cannot be convicted for simply thinking about illegal things and not actually doing them. Luckily for society. The judge didn't see it that way. Sentencing him to thirty years for the possession and distribution of child pornography twenty which he ultimately have to serve as a couple. The sentences would have served concurrently. His attorney argued that this much time was ludicrous and was partly based on a horrible armand conversations. Ronald was having with other money. Individuals stating the online chats. Where irrelevant to the crimes. He was convicted of possessing child porn. That they were only role playing online but in reality ronald never hurt anyone..
"ronald" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"And Ronald is on the phone and he wants to called Kerry and Ronald before I give a recap of the day and everything else I'm getting messages lately on social media from people go Hey Joel you never say that you like anybody always sound like such a jerk so Ronald yeah out of obligation I want to tell you I like you that sounded so sincere and I hope this is really successful second date Fauria there that was hard wasn't it buddy it was a difficult but I did it and Ronald your privacy positive south thank you just to recap Ronald met Kerry at a PTA meeting that she worked on a project together and then after he invited her out for a celebratory drink they had fun but now she's not committing to another date with them and he wants to know why Ronald and now it it does sound like maybe Kerry isn't romantically interested in you yet do you think you can convince or on a second date that you are I don't know sexy I hope so I mean I think were attracted to each other I mean it's just a matter of being comfortable with the idea of feeding and other parents at the school your kid goes to yeah I can see that it be risky man plus how do you go to PTA meeting with your significant other and not make out the whole time you know I never thought about that yes all the angles all right well I'm gonna dial her number right now and see if we can get on the phone and find out what's going on okay learn hello I can see to carry please hi this is she Kerry how are you this is doable from Brooke and Jubal in the morning it's a radio show in the morning okay I heard of it I don't know what my number but no I'm just a little like I have heard of it I just I don't listen to the radio all that much though okay well congratulations you're about to be on it because we have a segment on our show called the second date update and Ronald is a dude that you met in your PTA meetings said they really enjoyed going out to drinks with you the other night but it seems like you don't want to see him again I mean I had it with him when we went out but I don't know you know I don't know he said he sounds like a really nice guy and he emailed us you know because he feels like maybe did something wrong or you don't feel the same about him but he really liked you so is there wrong I want to sing I don't know I just don't know that it's it it's a good idea to get another parent from my kids school so I could see how that's valid did you don't wanna complicate things at your child's school but also as a woman if you really like someone you wouldn't care that much I feel yeah I don't know a little bit of a nervous laugh there I think it makes you feel like there's something else around it okay so honestly the real reason is I mean he was in a car wreck and another parent have warned me about him and yeah warned you warned you away well she warned me this person morning how about him and then I found out that the other parents at the PGA were talking about that but he was working on hi he was telling them what what what what do you mean it just she was telling me it then it makes sense to me at the time but now now it sort of does thank we we weren't in on that conversation with the stuff and tell us what the stuff is I did I really just don't want to embarrass him okay well that I mean that's valid but now Ronald by the way is a good friend of mine and he doesn't mind being embarrassed he also was the one that asked for us to do this and we tell everybody if you can do a second update you might hear something that you don't wanna hear so he's prepared yet I'm sure he wants to know other parents are saying about him at the PTA meeting I know I would want to know okay well we got drinks he was really interested in my work and I at the time great but yeah you just really interested it overly interested in my work and asking me a lot of questions about my job and he said that you're like an awesome career woman and that was something that was really attractive to him all right but there's more to that like the person told me that he is mainly interested in the benefits of my well what do you do I work okay I'm not trying to brag I worked there really are really well known company okay and I do really well for myself I'm very fortunate and it was basically told me that he's using me for my benefit like I got a hundred percent medical and dental I get free vision like kind of benefits like actual benefit yeah I'm not well not yeah like he wants better health coverage where his family he's willing to date someone to get it wow yeah yeah that's exactly how it was put to me and wow right all of those questions on that made sense hello like I've never been out with a view to this excited about what I do like as soon as I said the company was like all over it really so the so they give they give you dental and vision there like how does with the percentages it's crazy right now really really well so yeah I don't know if that that must be a huge issue for her but I really don't want to be somebody's benefit wagon you know what I mean okay but what if though he does really really likes you and then that was just kind of a bonus to him I don't know I'd prefer if he thought I was really charming really beautiful like they shouldn't even be should be sort of like a bonus it shouldn't be a priority yeah I think that he does feel that way but you know we should just ask him Hey Ronald do you think that she's also beautiful and has a great personality Ronald yes yeah Ronald on the other line listen this conversation hi hi Ronald hello nine no I mean I I apologize if if that's how it came off and that that's what you're hearing about me I mean I do I like I don't know if it is to be the huge issue with about it because you know at work so I think that your benefits package is a part of who you are.
"ronald" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"ronald" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Ready one eight Ronald a scary moment in the blues ducks game on Tuesday begin cut short and postpone midway through the first period so there we saw the player taken off on a stretcher and times like this you just say a prayer veteran defenseman going down and everybody in the pants absolutely just startled actually called the trainers Raper really was to my left and you could you could see the the urgency of the matter and then you look at the players faces and Ryan Getzlaf in front of me is with talking with Paul to break and and Ryan Riley so darn it did appear was balmy Easter who went down there and the players are all going to the locker room just a just a very very scary situation here that's how it's done on Fox Sports Midwest amid all the uncertainty blues defenseman Jay Bouwmeester thirty six year old defenseman I just come off the ice after a shift in the first period when he collapsed on the bench blues general manager Doug Armstrong saying in a statement late Tuesday night that ball Mister suffered a cardiac episode blood was alert and moving all of his extremities as he was transported to the hospital between two thousand four in twenty fourteen Mr played in seven hundred thirty seven consecutive games ninth longest games played streak in NHL history the last player to collapse on a bench in the NHL was in twenty fourteen it was Dallas for rich Peverley he was suffering an irregular heart beat quick response emergency officials made sure he was okay in that situation the blues in their statement on Tuesday echoing comments like that about the quick response from traders and doctors to balmy Easter if a child does have pages of emergency medical standards specific details about what needs to be in place to doctors at all times in attendance one must be within fifty feet of the bench of the federal for the regular as well that was used in two thousand five when your official collapsed or Detroit your there's kind of a David out two to three weeks he was injured over the weekend we may game against the predators he is out two to three weeks for the quad injury blue jackets defenseman set Jones spectrum is eight to ten weeks with a fractured ankle he had surgery on Tuesday sports are all night ESPN ready on time for straight talk brought you by straight talk wireless sack suggests for more gas in mark Gastineau it's something that he certainly had of the NFL well the single season sack record from nineteen eighty four until two thousand one and now after keeping quiet for eighteen years he's speaking out the former jet says the single season mark should belong to him and not a hall of Famer Michael Strahan destino had twenty two sacks of the nineteen eighty four season straight hand broke that mark in two thousand one against the Packers when quarterback Brett farb seem to take a dive which gave straight and twenty two and a half sacks Gastineau was on hand he graduated strain on the field and has really said anything negative about it until now gastro saying nothing against farmer stray and he just wants to be recognized for the record and he's surprised the NFL didn't step in what happened ESPN's ridge the mini bar quiet now it's been eighteen years at the end and he said that you know he's sixty three years old you know he realizes he is dancing H. you know like a lot of us when we get the you know you start putting life in perspective he's also had a lot of health issues I don't know if the listeners know what the market's been battling colon cancer his tested you know for about a year he's battled colon yeah his prognosis looks pretty good right now but he still going for additional follow up tests so I think that coupled with his age may of change things for him a little bit looking at things a little bit differently and he just wants to come out and and he feels like that should be his record any once the recognition he wants people to know that that should be his record I don't disagree with them rich you you spoke with do you think that he understands that it's not going to be overturned it if that's not going to happen yeah I think you know that you know and I think it actually by the way we should mention that also Jared Allen former Minnesota Viking ingested Houston former Kansas City Chiefs also had twenty two stacked up to a tie with gas you know who did it in nineteen eighty four thank so and security and of course with twenty two and a half and yeah I mean they're never going to change it once a little side note a friend of mine the NFL statistician he works games for an NFL team reached out to me and showed me the actual rules that statisticians go by what you know assigning sacks and technically that should not have been recorded as a staff there was no attempt to make a pass on that place so it really should have been ruled like a minus yardage for a rush and not a sack the thing is neither team the Packers or the giants filed a protest at the time so when in the book as a sack really at the statistician pointed out by the letter of the law it should not have been a sack what is Michael Strahan has he ever said anything about this yeah you know that's a really good question the five years ago six years ago he did in NFL life like it was on him you know the NFL network does those documentaries and that came up in the end I read I re watched it and he was really candid about it and he talked about all the anguish that record has cost him because he'd been pleased about it and people say oh I was an asterisk next to it because that check last act with a cheap one it will give me so he really opened up as to really how much you know like I said English it cost him in and from talking to Gastineau eight he just wishes somebody would break it I mean someone with disco pass them both and break it cleanly that way this whole issue dies and I know from watching that video with straight hair he too which is someone would break it just to remove the shadow we circumstances that it happened first Reagan national saying he was also inspired after hearing a recent interview with Pete rose in gas and says that like rose he's trying to get what is rightfully his free talk wireless everything for less only at Walmart SportsCenter all night ESPN radio college basketball there's still one unbeaten San Diego State Building New Mexico eighty two fifty nine San Diego state now twenty five in ten fifteen in the last twenty five seasons to start twenty five at all the first since can Jagga won their first twenty nine games in twenty sixteen San Diego state also by the way Clinton out right the regular season title their first title since twenty sixteen Michigan state a one point win over illinois' seventy to sixty nine it's a game the Spartans led by as many as twenty in the second half ESPN analyst Jeff Greenberg I think we're on realistic to start season everything about start the season and lost Josh Lankford all right he was out for the season a 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