35 Burst results for "Second Time"
Video Captures Juveniles Ransacking Gas Station in Philadelphia
"Y'all all stupid. Ugly, stupid. Bro. Now, for the people on the radio, this is the KFC business they are tearing up the store. It's a whole bunch of kids that have gone inside the store and they're literally turn it up. They're taking their turn down racks that still in stuff, they're damaging stuff and it's a goddess a clerk. I think he's behind the portion, you know, the store where they cook breakfast brio's and stuff and some of these convenience stores. He's there, he's recording. And just keep listening because some arrogant young lady is gonna ask him to dumb his question on Planet Earth continue to roll the clip. All right, let's take it too long. Let me go ahead and she was probably about to ask question. I'm gonna do it for 'cause I don't have time to wait for her to do that. So she goes up to this guy he's recording her. They turn up the story. You can hear the chaos in the background. She comes up to him and say, hey, y'all gonna make some food back here? Are you gonna just keep recording? And he told her, it may take a while. They're tearing up the entire store, ladies and gentlemen. They're throwing, you can see bags of chips flying in the background. They tearing up the store. Let me say this because people always get upset with me because I said at the beginning of my clip in the video I said, guess if you close your eyes, read the headlines, you can almost imagine who's in the store doing that.
Jared Bernstein: Analysts Ignore the Restart of Student Loan Payments
"Take a listen to this cut 14 go It's been a brutal couple of weeks for the market obviously Awful inflation numbers Now the likelihood of a hard landing maybe even a global recession according to some The student loan forgiveness in the middle of all this adding hundreds of billions even a $1 trillion to the demand side Doesn't that make the fed's job even more difficult your allies Larry summers Jason Furman both warned that that's a problem The president once again bowing to the far left Does that justify increasing demand in making things worse right at this time Jared I know you know it's no way you can sell this to me with a straightforward Wait a second Let me try the following because this is a fact that I is not reflected in the rap you just gave me Did you ask And if you ask Jason and Larry about this I think they'll agree You should try and find out for yourself Okay The thing you left out was restart that is restarting student loan payments which of course have been in forbearance since the pandemic began That begins in January And if you actually look at the numbers month by month the amount of restart even with debt forgiveness basically offsets the amount Let me see if I can understand this This is the game You ready
Stocks fall on recession fears; Dow slips into bear market
"Recession fears continued to chip away at markets on Norman hall The Dow has become the last of the major U.S. stock indexes to fall into what's known as a bear market amid growing fears of a global recession The blue chip index fell 1.1% while the S&P close 1% lower and the NASDAQ dropped .6% as the index's extended their losing streak to a 5th day The fed also released a forecast suggesting its benchmark rate could be 4.4% by the year's end a full point higher than envision in June In Europe the British pound dropped an all time low against the dollar On Norman hall
Democrats Are Hiding From Their 'Defund the Police' Rhetoric
"But we're at a time where we're about to decide who gets to make the decisions on how things like that are done. Talking about policing. There's one party that is has made its mission, particularly ever since George Floyd died of a fentanyl overdose in an idiot cop who wouldn't let him get up. He did not kill him. I still say the fact that he had 7 times the lethal amount of fentanyl in his system. 7 times and still didn't die showed exactly how much tolerance his body had built up to the dangerous drugs, but George Floyd situation. Ever since George Floyd died in that terrible situation. The left has been preaching and screeching to defund police. To take funds away from police so they can't hire any more cops to literally fire cops to eliminate police departments and replenish them with a replace them with social services, civilians or something like that. Yeah, just send people with their clipboards to talk down a violent shooter in the middle of a hate crime or whatever the case might be. They've been trying to defund cops now for two solid years. Now as we head into this midterm, of course, they're trying to revise the history and say, we've never said that. In fact, it's the Republicans who want to defund police. You believe that, they actually tried that again. It's the projection that gets you. To me, it's one thing to have terrible ideas. It's another thing to cast aspersions on other people with the same ideas that you actually hold. So they actually try to try to convince voters that the Republicans are the ones who are soft on crime and the Republicans are the ones who are anti police or defund the police or abolish the police or whatever.
Bob Frantz: The GOP Contract Is for Every American
"Of all, yes, I am a mega Republican. In fact, when Donald Trump even announced he was going to run for president before anything else came up, being a person that also ran a business of my own over 30 years manufacturing in that. I figured it's about time we get somebody in there that knows how to run things. All right. I don't want to take a whole lot. I like that. But anyway, I want to go ahead and I want to add on. First, I'm proud to see that the Republicans are at least going ahead and got this contract out. I think that's very important. Now the next thing, and here's the thing that they should add on to that. This is a contract like you sign a contract. He's signing this contract. They are with every American, whether it be Democrats or Republicans or whatever. Every American. That means that we're going to hold them to that contract. It's like a contract. And here's something that people are missing too in this whole system. We are the government. Everybody that walks around and talks about the government. No, that's you and I. If it wasn't for the money, we spend to put them where they are, then what's happening is the fact that they couldn't exist. So here's another thing that we have to keep with Americans first in war. In line with. And that is that being that we are the government, then that means we are giving you money to be able to do the things that we want, not what you want, what we want. So that's number one. Now,
Caller: Judging One Moment of Prayer at Trump Rally
"I saw the same thing on Facebook this weekend and they capture one image of a crowd raising their hands in prayer. And then they compared it to a cult and people Trump is just like Hitler and it just follows through people just don't have enough common sense to look past that. But I mean, think about how evil that is, you mean to tell me that the crowd was, they lifted their arms in prayer and Hillary saw that and compare that to a Hitler rally? It's not just, it's not just Hillary. Like I said, I saw it on Facebook yesterday with the same thing. You're kidding me. No, no, I'm very serious. I mean, I had heard something about music a QAnon music bed or something, where we go one, we go, whatever one of their phrases is, I don't even know what that's about, but you're saying it was more about raising your arms, their arms and prayer and then people claiming a heil Hitler gesture? Yes, think of them. They compare it to a cult. I hear that. That's the new word. I see that all the time on social media where they compared oh, it's a cult. It's a cult, but Trump called, look, I'm not a cultist. I'm not a cultist that I don't follow that. It's just the latest tactic that they have to do. And like I said, nobody has enough common sense these days to look past one image of something. They think everything out of context. And they see it and they go, oh my gosh, look at these cult that's following Trump.
Preparing for Hurricane Impact in Florida
"The movie escape from New York. Well, I reversed it. Only dummy me escapes Florida to come to New York to avoid the effects of a hurricane. Hurricane Ian is bearing down on potentially the West Coast of Florida. You know, it's so funny to talk to a longtime floridians because I'm a relatively new Floridian. I've only been there a couple of years. People have lived there forever. Tracy and barbio. The spirits of Tampa, they always thwart a hurricane. It doesn't hit the West Coast. It always goes left and always goes east or west or north or it never really hits us. And this time they seem to be suggesting it could. So we had to make a calculated decision over the weekend, I don't love it. I don't love it at all. I'd rather actually be in Florida, but I got to be on the air and there's a little thing called electrical power that one needs to stay on the air. And even though they got a great generator system set up at Salem Tampa and I just did not want to flip a coin or roll the dice rather and hope to be and plus if the power goes out and I don't have AC now that's a catastrophe, okay? If I don't have air conditioning, we got a big problem on our hands. I'm not sitting around sweltering in the heat because the AC went out because the power is out. I looked up where my condo is, I mean a level a bright red evacuation zone for hurricanes. Because I'm literally on Tampa Bay.
To Joe Biden, You Are a Domestic Terrorist
"You know if you are now, I guess I should probably ask you before I make a declaration. Are you a maga Republican? If you are a maggot Republican, you are, by definition from the president of the United States, you are a domestic terrorist. You are probably an enemy of the state, you are hell bent on destroying this country. These are messages and direct quotes will actually those are paraphrases of historic quotes that he made in Philadelphia just a couple of weeks back. You heard it. He repeated them a couple of times on other different stump speeches where his campaigning for losing Democrats. All across this country, as we are now what? We're less than 50. I don't have the down of the number count. But we're less than 50 days from the midterm election. And so Biden has spent a great deal of time telling you those awful things of what he thinks about you as a maga Republican if you do count yourself as a manga Republican. So I want to start this broadcast. By asking, are you a maga Republican and if so, how do you respond to the allegations from the president and his senior advisers that you are an enemy of the state, you are a domestic terrorist, you are radicalist you are an extreme or radical and an extremist and you wish to destroy the United States of America.
Adam Laxalt: Opponents Rely on Out-Of-State Donors
"Your opponent is a radical radical leftist This isn't hyperbole She supported this Minnesota freedom funding where they were actually bailing out people who were rioting and burning down America's cities If that were a Republican like you doing that you'd be in jail right now in a gulag in Washington D.C. This is a radical Don't let her get off with this moderate crap It's all an act Yeah look the only reason some of these races are tight it's because these Democrats have unlimited money and my opponent has for example 90% of her money comes from California New York and they're showering in these small dollar donations And all these things our candidates got so outspent over the summer that they're buying these races They're recasting themselves this centrist a lot of our candidates couldn't respond over the summer and now that we're all up on TV and we're actually able to tell the other side of the story It doesn't matter how much she pretends like she supports law enforcement The reality is all the law enforcement that supported her in 16 when she was a former AG she got law enforcement They all flipped to me because they knew that during BLM and during the last few really tough years for law enforcement she was nowhere to be found And every major national vote where she could have made her third she voted with the Democrats And as she does for the economic agenda for the border policies and so they just are willing to say whatever it takes to win and we need small dollar donors And I know by the way I know it's a tough time And the inflation crisis is hitting our donors Much harder than is their rich donors from San Francisco and New York But they need to dig deep they got to help candidates like myself and Adam Lang sol dot com And these key races
Putin grants Russian citizenship to Edward Snowden
"Russian president Vladimir Putin has granted citizenship to former U.S. security contractor Edward Snowden I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Putin signed a decree making Snowden and 74 other foreign nationals Russian citizens Snowden has been living in Russia since 2013 to escape prosecution in the U.S. The former National Security Agency contractor leaked classified documents detailing government surveillance programs He was granted permanent residency in Russia two years ago and said at the time he planned to apply for Russian citizenship
Doug Mastriano Defends Wearing Confederate Uniform
"And back with dogmatist Rihanna who's running as a GOP candidate for governor in Pennsylvania. Doug, there was a, I don't know if you'd call it a controversy or a scandal, but the left tried to go after you some time ago because they found some old photograph apparently of you evidently wearing a confederate outfit and they were like, this shows a dog mastery ano has confederate sympathies when I'm thinking, wait a minute. This guy's from Pennsylvania, the site of the Gettysburg battle. I really doubt he has confederate sympathies. Talk a little bit about that incident because I want to then go to a broader discussion of the Civil War and our moment in America today. I represent the Gettysburg area that's in my district, by the way. It's just so hilarious to us. That's the best they can do. They want to criticize me on the one day that I grew up like a Democrat. Really guys, so what can I say? I mean, first of all, you know, as people know, lots of people dress up in both union and confederate, they do Civil War reenactments which occur all over Pennsylvania and Maryland and old Civil War battlefields and so on, and you're a student of history, right? Talk about leaving aside the incident itself. Talk a little bit about are we at a stage where America today is as divided as it was in the 1850s. I'm not saying we're at the point of a Civil War, but I'm saying, are we at the point where there's been a sort of secession of the American mind? You know, I'm torn on that. So this is probably the most divisive moment since the Civil War. I do believe that we are in a far worse way in the 1850s and 1860s in the midst of the Civil War. We had an incident on the floor of the Congress or one Democrat beat down the debt to death with his cane, a Republican congressman. I mean, we haven't gone that far, but we are seeing chilling specters of this. We saw North Dakota at the arranged Democrat driving down that beautiful young man. We've seen many incidents, potential assassin assassin of the Republicans at the baseball game was a Bernie supporter and so we're seeing echoes and shadows, the rhetoric coming out of Biden, I think, is dangerous because it's encouraging extreme people on his side of the aisle to actually view people who do they disagree with as some kind of danger.
Dinesh Welcomes Pennsylvania Gubernatorial Candidate Doug Mastriano
"Guys, I'm really pleased to welcome to the podcast Doug mass riano. Doug is running for Pennsylvania governor. He's the GOP nominee. He's currently serving as a state senator for Pennsylvania's 33rd district. Dog retired from the U.S. Army as a colonel in 2017 after 30 years of service. He saw tours of duty in Iraq, Afghanistan. He also has been a Professor of the U.S. Army at the U.S. Army war college in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, where he taught strategy. He has four masters degrees. What? And a PhD in history. And Doug welcome to the podcast great to have you. Boy, you are running in a tough election in a critical stage, but I your first time on the podcast. I just like you, I'd like to introduce you to my audience, sudden and I see you've done all kinds of things in a very interesting life, so tell a little bit about your story so people can get to know you better. I was raised in a lower middle class family. My dad was a high school dropout. And at 17, he got in trouble for drag racing his car too much, and he kindly judged that you're either going to jail or joining the navy. And so my dad joined a navy, and it completely radically turned his life around. My dad used to say Doug, I was a punk until I joined the navy, and it gave him discipline of focus. And he went on to become one of the most hardest working men I ever knew that he went from working menial jobs all the way up to being a senior manager in the air products plant and he did quite well in life.
Dinesh Shows Why Trump's 'Crime' Is Completely Bogus
"Donald Trump is under multiple investigations and attacks from the left. As I've said before, it's almost overkill. And when you have overkill, you'd begin to suspect that the guys who are flinging multiple arrows are flinging so many arrows because they don't have a single arrow that's sure to find its target. There's a kind of searching here for something that they can get him on, and the latest comes from letitia James, who is the New York attorney general, and she is trying to get Trump really for his business dealings that long proceed his ascent to the presidency. So this is not, this is not about colluding with Russia. This is not about taking classified documents. Those, of course, are supposedly offenses. I think they're fictional offenses, but their offense has nevertheless that are timed within Trump's tenure in the presidency, but or at least in the campaign leading up to the presidency in the case of Russia collusion Trump is colluding with Putin and all of that turned out to be nonsense. But here what letitia James is saying is that Trump's business, the Trump organization, over valued its assets in applying for loans from large financial institutions. Oh, wow. First of all, it should be said that all these loans that letitia James is talking about have been fully paid back. So this is not a case where Trump took loans. He couldn't pay them back. He's somehow refused to pay people back. He owes the money. None of that. The argument is simply this that in order to get the loans in the first place Trump exaggerated the value of his assets. He gave them, if you will, a higher appraisal than they were truly do.
Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes' path: From Yale to jail
"Oath keepers founder Stewart Rhodes returns to court for his trial on charges related to the capitol riot Rhodes graduated from Yale law school He was a clerk on the Arizona Supreme Court but for people he worked with like Matt Perry Rhodes came across as angry So I made the jokes about Stewart having being the next Hitler I really meant that he was going to lead some kind of charge against the government just like Hitler did at the beer hall putsch get arrested be in jail and that was going to be it And that was going to be the end of Stewart Perry told the AP roads alienated his Republican boss and the Arizona Supreme Court and eventually left the job Jim Arroyo was president of an oath keeper's chapter in Arizona Stewart will In my opinion go down as a person who created one of the greatest organizations this country has ever seen And then destroyed it single handedly At the same time Arroyo says Rhodes wanted to send oath keepers to the Mexico border in an armed operation to support border patrol Roads and four others are on trial in a rarely used Civil War era law against attempting to overthrow the government I'm Ed Donahue
'Sunbelt Republicanism' with Walter Russell Mead
"With Walter Russell mead about his brand new book, the arc of a covenant. The United States Israel and the fate of the Jewish people. Walter, before I read the key couple of paragraphs, would you explain to people sunbelt republicanism? I am a son about Republican because I work for Ronald Reagan for 7 years. I moved to California state for 30. So though I'm coming to you from Maine and I live inside the beltway, I'm actually a sunbelt Republican and you named us and you spotted us, tell us about us. All right. Well, as you say, the sun belt republicanism is you could also call it Reagan republicanism, but it was an odd thing by Republican historical standards for one thing it was really strong in the American south, which up until that time had been the most anti Republican region, and especially in the white south. And it was kind of a mix of the very sunny optimism. I mean, at the time, it's hard to remember, but back when California was a red state in the Reagan years, California conservatives were some of the most cheerful and optimistic people anywhere in the world. One of the hidden stories in American politics is the fall of red California and its transformation into a blue state deep blue state has left California conservatives have made some of them among the most pessimistic and dark, you know, with the greatest fears of the future as they fear that what happened in California could spread.
Amid protests, Iran’s Guard strikes Kurdish groups in Iraq
"Iranian forces have struck Kurdish groups based in Iraq A semi official news agency in Iran says the powerful revolutionary guard has used drone strikes and artillery to target what Tehran says a base is of Iranian Kurdish separatists in northern Iraq It's the second such cross border assault since the weekend at a time when Iran is convulsed with protests over the death of a 22 year old Iranian Kurdish woman detained by the nation's morality police The agency adds the guards attacks were in response for the support the separatists have allegedly provided for the unrest inside Iran
Are Depressed Musicians Starting a New '28 Club' for Being Sad?
"Here's another young millionaire unhappy with the life they chose. Remember I told you a few weeks ago, Shawn Mendes needed to stop his tour for mental health check. And then it was Justin Bieber who had to put a stop to his tour because he needed a break and the mental health he didn't feel right. He was tired, he's 28. Were you ever tired of 28 years old? Then there was Demi Lovato last week saying, you know, she hates this touring, and she's probably gonna stop doing this after this tour, you know, and I can't do this anymore. And now the latest one is Halsey. You know Halsey? She's a cutie. Halsey's a real cutie and a great singer. She revealed that sometimes she wonders if she chose the wrong life after confessing that she feels a deep sadness, obviously this article was written with the day them pronouns. I will not say them. Halsey is a female, and that's what I'm going to refer to as. She said, I find that often there's a deep sadness inside me that no amount of worldly pleasure can touch a loneliness, an emptiness. I wonder often if I chose the wrong life for myself, and the weight of it is suffocating, I'm sorry that melancholy has penetrated my art in a way that hasn't served a greater purpose other than my own self loathing. I'm approaching my 28th birthday in a week and just now exhaling and gasping for air for the first time since I took a single breath in this new life at 18, a breath that was meant to sustain me for a decade. What the fuck is she talking about? You're 28 years old. You've got millions. What are you quitting for? Is this the new magic age? At least Janis Joplin and Kurt Cobain, Jimi Hendrix, and others checked out in 27. Is this what happens when you turn 28 if you're in music?
What Actually Is a Marxist?
"You're always talking about marxists. I hear this repeated theme. Marxist Marxist Marxist. What is a Marxist? What did Karl Marx actually believe? My 19 year old at the university of Alabama is being taught by her professors that Marx was smart profound and visionary help me out here who was Karl Marx. Great question. So Karl Marx is without a doubt one of the most influential people ever to live. There is no questioning that. So Karl Marx is interesting. He was a radical student. Part of the young hegelian group at the university of Berlin. Now, Hegel is a very complicated topic very deep. He wrote a book called the phenomenology of spirit. Hegel basically stole Christian eschatological framing end times. And created a theory of history, so whatever you think of Hegel think of history that things are constantly unfolding towards an inevitable perfection. It goes through this series of thesis and antithesis it creates a synthesis. We talk about this a little bit actually in an upcoming podcast, which is why you have to subscribe to the Charlie Kirk show podcast with James Lindsay, who understands the topic far better than I do. I have a surface understanding of it. He has a deep complex understanding of Hegel. Hegel was profound, though, because he got people to basically buy into the idea that history is constantly unfolding that we're on a journey towards inevitable utopia. Now that is against Christianity in the sense that our actions or the state actions are not going to bring us towards utopia, but we do believe that eventually that the people who give their lives to the lord will end up living in Paradise living in heaven.
"second time" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
"Been enjoying that. So for me, it really is a kind of battle between the box office and the sofa. In my case, I think the sofa is winning so far, but hopefully I'll get out soon to the theater. How about you? The sofa wins in my house too, and so does token. I'm looking forward to seeing Lord of the Rings. But either way, thanks so much for stopping by, Tom. Thanks a lot..
"second time" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
"Today, Hassan Sheik Muhammad was inaugurated as president of Somalia. Ten years after he first entered the presidential palace, this makes him the first president to hold the office twice since Somalia became independent in 1960. But while mister Muhammad has broken new political ground, his country faces many of the same challenges it did when he first took office. The threat of widespread famine vast swaths of territory held by jihadists. And much like in 2012, terror attacks are routine. So I went to Somalia just a few days after the election. And to get to Mogadishu's always rather complicated. Tom Gardner is The Economist Horn of Africa correspondent. You arrive at the airport and basically all the international organizations, businesses are in the green zone which surrounds the airport. And this is basically a fortified mini city within a city, chequered by roadblocks, Ugandan soldiers everywhere who provide the kind of African Union security. And to leave it requires an enormous armed escort. So for me, just to journey a few hundred meters down the road outside of the airport zone required being accompanied by 7 soldiers in a Jeep and a mounted machine gun going through multiple checkpoints. The atmosphere along the road as I exited the airport was, I would say quiet, a very little street life. Tends to be honest, and then I arrived at what appears from the outside to be a military barracks. Again, multiple soldiers, milling around, and then I had to pass through multiple perimeters, essentially, until eventually reaching the heart of this hotel compound where inside I found the newly elected president of Somalia Hassan Sheik Muhammad. So tell me about him, tell me about the man himself, what was your impression of him? Well, he's an academic, he's a civil rights campaigner. He spent his entire life pretty much living in Somalia, even after the state collapsed in the 1990s. He's Ivanka, he's soft spoken, mild mannered, and seems very conciliatory as a person. But he's tough as well. He has to be. I mean, four days before his last inauguration back in 2012, he survived an assassination attempt. In fact, he survived multiple assassination attempts in the last ten years. This time around, he has so far been lucky enough to avoid anything like that, but the country is taking over is still a very dangerous place. So tell us about that. What kind of country is he taking over? He's taking over a country, which is more divided, more insecure and more isolated diplomatically than it was when he took power in 2012 and indeed when he left power and handed over to his successor in 2017 because since then, the country has slid backwards. The outgoing Somali president Muhammad abdullahi Muhammad better known as farmajo was a populist basically. I mean, he sidelined powerful regional leaders. He lashed out at critics, he packed his cronies into the federal security forces, and he also upset foreign allies too. He drew close to Qatar and turkey at the expense of other influential Gulf states, the United Arab Emirates in particular, and he picked fights with neighboring Kenya and Djibouti. Hassan Sheik Muhammad told me he had run for office again in order to calm the hostile atmosphere in Somalia. In Somalia, whether he is the president or whether he's a ordinary citizen, his living in a risk zone. This time around, I'm seeing an opportunity. And that I can put stronger foundations for this state building some money. I'm not claiming that I will leave some money. Like Denmark and Finland, but I'm going to leave Somalia much better than us I came to it. Things really came to a head last year when farmajo's attempt to stay in office by delaying elections threatened a return to full scale Civil War. So you've described an exceptionally fractious country. It sounds like do you feel that president Muhammad is in a position to heal those divisions? Will be difficult. I mean, whoever has run Somalia elaborate of clan loyalties typically undermine national unity. But he does come to power on the back of considerable goodwill, many Somalis have welcomed his return as the man to the fix the mess. And he's moved fast. I'd say to mend bridges with opponents, one of the first things he did actually after winning the election was to invite all of Somalia's regional leaders to a meal together. He then promised he would share power and complete a new federal constitution. A broad two he's making some friendly advances. He told me about his international diplomacy. And foreign leaders who have rushed to support the new man, America, in particular, is sending hundreds of troops back into Somalia to help the government fight a jihadist organization called Al shabab, which is affiliated with Al-Qaeda. And at one point, Al shabaab controlled wide swathes of territory. How much of a threat does it now pose today? So in Hassan Sheik's first term, the jihadists weren't knocked back and he told me about how his administration had liberated many towns during his time in power. But since then, he says it spread again across the country. We lost most of those districts that we liberated in 2012 to 2016. All these district is being taken back by Al shabaab, many of them, not it controls much the countryside. And it's claimed to have infiltrated state institutions in recent years in particular the security apparatus. In the places they control Al shabaab also runs courts, it provides basic goods and services. They're more entrenched now than they ever were. Revenue now they are collecting revenue, some estimates say they collect more revenue than the government itself. They are everywhere now. In the institutions and the port and the customs, so they are now establishing a kind of deep state within our estate and within the country. Because of the compromising of the security apparatus, a few places are safe. We just heard president Muhammad say that he liberated districts during his first term, what is his plan to deal with Al shabaab this time? Islamist with links to the Muslim Brotherhood. So I think that helps explain the stress he put on winning the ideological battle, waging a kind of multi front war as he put it to take the Islamic narrative back from Al shabab. But I think a last thing solution will probably require talks with Al shabab as well. And that means first, pushing them back, building a favorable military position to negotiate from. The last big offensive against Al shabaab was in 2019 that hasn't shaken says he will launch another, and then once he's really pushed them back deep into the countryside, theoretically talks could begin. I think in practice that could take years. So jihadism, as embodied by Al shabaab, that's probably the most well-known threat facing Somalia, but.
"second time" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"She sound amazing. If you love this conversation as much as i did please share it on social media and with your best running friends and be sure to tag me so that i can see it. I'm alley on the run one on instagram and twitter and you can always find me in the alley on the run show. Best running friends facebook group. Of course the most helpful and impactful way to let me know that you're loving. The show is by leaving a rating and review on itunes or apple. Podcasts i see those reviews i read them. I love them. I appreciate them and you so very much. It has never for a day lost on me. Just how great all of you are. You make what i do possible so thank you thank you thank you i love you. If like five episodes a week right now isn't enough for you..
"second time" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"But yeah unfortunate that Many couldn't hold up in the last lap but Yeah executed like a pretty good plan race plan until like three fifty to go well. I love that you're able to reflect back on this experience as being great and fun and i you know. I'm always so amazed by you. I'm so glad that surgery went well and that you're on the road to recovery. You did recently share. You said the olympics are behind us so his knee surgery and that you have so many goals in sight. Are there any goals that you can share with us today. Anything that's top of mind You know. I still believe that. I can be One of the best in world in plaudits are still want the jamaican fifteen hundred record. And i want to better my making five k. Record i think the the only records i have they don't have About fifteen hundred meters are the fifteen hundred outdoor and the outdoor for jamaica distance. And then when. I look up the list it's like well. You know as i get older. I could go after ten cake after marathon. Ika not so Yeah i just. I want all the records and i'll be working working world. Does i love it and you know what you know what they do with people who have a lot of records is they hang their jerseys in just saying okay and as you're recovering and i'm guessing hanging out quite a bit more than usual. Are you watching anything. Good or terrible right now. I'm watching some things okay. I never arrested this much in about six years so it actually combine acting. It's because like i physically cannot do anything else and especially the first week like i was upside down. World like my brain was not handling the pain as well I just had like watched so much. Tv here are the back year. Mytalk three shows of millyant. I watched never have i ever season one to two net flicks. It's written by indicating it's hilarious. It's brilliant it's sober in it's about The main character is this indian girl in high school and it's sort of dimissed adventurers of her life Being like a not cool teen like trying to be cool and are like so identify with that like hell yet. This is right in my alley Though that is great And i didn't watch any bravo when we were gone for months or however long. We're gone so. I'm catching up on all of the real housewives that i watched which is new york houses beverly hills so that occupies like you know another one of the top three spots and then i started yesterday. The white lotus. I saw that you posted that yet. Fast obsessed and so many people are like obsessed with the show it is so good Will have to go to to pre classic. He leads today contract tomorrow. I've got a babysitter. Beats coming to take care of me. And i and i am going to watch without him and then when he comes back a watch it again in pretended watch without so. That's what i am this. Yeah okay so many follow ups number one is laura available for hire like. I didn't have knee surgery..
"second time" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"I was Let's see so when we warm up. Workout track. We get out. We do Some pre-run exercises that we do every day before all of our runs and then we go out and jog three miles together than we come back. And then we spend those last few minutes getting ready for the workout sort of on our own so we all have similar but different drills that we do before the workout in the mid. You stri Body workout and then we do. The workout and i was doing Just a a normal one of by drills pre cre- workout that. I've done hundreds of time hundreds of times. And i. It's like a little put these k- bands around your thighs and you do sort of half bounds to sort of fire up Your glued stabilisers. And give you a little bit more power like forward motion power like sort of. I love this drill. Because i feel like it makes me taller i. It's not possible but taller stronger. And yes i do it before all my on my herbert cuts. So that's really lead up to what had happened. So you're doing that and did you know right away. it's interesting i did a couple of bounces and I just felt a little bit of pressure in my knee. But like nothing weird. That i would like think twice about And yeah i did one. More bound and Celts in her this weird park and it hurt and then my next of Kind of out of it. Because i felt like oh that was really weird and as i ran out of it. That is incredibly painful. But i'm by myself in this corner of tracks. So i walked out. Walk it off a little bit. And as i said. It's one of those days. It's a really important day a really important workout and Mine about like all right. Must do more stride. See how it feels i want. I want this workout for me. You know i. I want this workout. Because i wanted to give me a bit of a check-in i wanted to give me confidence and i know that this workout is going to help me or the olympics. If it's a very clear translation. That if i do this workout it's gonna make me better so If it were a really easy day or something like that..
"second time" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"Love training zimrights. It's one of my top five favorite places in the world and it was. It was awesome. My body was starting to click. I was hitting workouts. That i've never hit before and just like so much better of a version of myself than i had been Earlier in the year. And i mean even. We are comparing workouts that i'd done in twenty eighteen which was a crazy awesome year my career. I was busting them. In the summer of twenty twenty one and looking and feeling dislike awesome unhappy in snappy. Strong but quick was it was cool. It was a big transformation. That i've done In four weeks but really on a daily basis. I love that phrase. it's a common not a period. I've never heard that i love that. Can i use that. I'll i'll use it your audit. I'll give you tm. I should probably i love that. So everything's going amazing. You are in peak condition. I imagine getting pretty excited. You're at practice and bring us back to the day that you heard that pop at so. It's sunday the eighteenth of july. We leave saturday to go to the games and we have Odd savers maybe four or five times a year that you're doing a workout that really matters and you know in sports psychology in the way that we talk about about sport you know that one day does not make a break you but you also know that there are days are more important than others and this is important day korean. I had eight hundred four hundred four hundred eight hundred three hundred two hundred and fast all fifteen hundred meter pace and faster the fast fifteen hundred meter pace for the aids in and very fast for the floors in the threes and twos I was excited. We drove down to key abana Which is about an hour dry from san marino's in switzerland. You cross the border into italy and you drop down to Just under a thousand feet elevation so when you go to cuba it's like the best day ever you get the car. You're drinking coffee. You've got your delights and you sing song while if you're in our group you sing songs all the way down and you just have a really good time and then you now that you have to track in here you're gonna crash so it was interesting leading into this workout. I was having a little bit of a sore heel on my right foot. So that's all it was really was really focused on. How how does my husband. He'll feel today. Feels pretty good. Like this is going to be a good day. And.
"second time" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"So did that in twenty fifteen there were three. Other competitors I won the race. And i ended up lapping. A woman in the race A masters runner and since two thousand fifteen. No-one has entered the fifteen hundred jamaica at and that means that. I have not competed at the trials since two thousand fifteen so i was just waiting on bated breath to see if anybody would register for the trials this year in the fifteen hundred so that i could go and compete at trials You know it's. It's a blessing in a curse to not have to compete at your trials. It allows me to take on other Competitive opportunities are not speaking for trials. But you also don't get to race with the opportunity to come national champion so usually qualifications pretty anticlimactic for me however this year Another woman sign up. Fifteen hundred so I found out about three days before. The trial's maybe four days before the trials that i was expected to compete so i had to quickly change all my travel plans and get down at kingston and yeah. I ran the thirteen hundred against one. Other woman Her name is tara. And i was super excited that she signed up and that we got to race. Oh i won the race. So there's my top three and Nowadays there are vacation standards and world ranking descending order less i was a world ranked number thirty two. I believe Which was my My qualifications gangs things already. That was a really long answer. No no no. Oh please i love it. I love because otherwise. I would have had asked one hundred. Follow up so no. You're so it's interesting too because you are such a wonderful advocate. I know that we've talked about this with you on the show before but how much you do for girls and younger athletes especially in jamaica of wanting them to compete and train and get into running so i think it could be easy to look at the situation. You've been in and say like oh hey sweet. I know i'm gonna get to go. I know i'm number one. But i sensed and i mean you said that it was exciting. That another woman signed up. It wasn't like oh. Shoot someone here to challenge me. Yes so where do you fall on that with like. Would you like to just have one other person. You gotta raise kinda know you're gonna get the spot or award year dream be to have a massive full field of women showing up to compete to represent jamaica. I would love full field. I mean that's that is my hope for the future. It's slow going. You know especially with covert i the year before saugus yet twenty twenty eighteen. I can't you But before i was able to do sort of like a mini camp info Outreach session in in jamaica and i was really excited marketing that ball rolling and just making more connections encouraging more athletes But kobe really. You made everything come to a screeching halt and Kobe still charging hard in jamaica as it is now with with a lot of places But vaccine rates are slow. And i mean we're still experiencing curfews When i was there for the trials the curfew was eight. Pm for weeknights. Six pm on saturday. Two pm on sunday So it's really limited of of what what you can do. And i'm really hoping that wants the world gets back on Onto a relative level of normalcy. That i can Try again try to keep that ball rolling of getting more women Keeping more women above eight hundred.
"second time" Discussed on The big d zone
"Escape escape escape escape. The big these team means just enjoy the show debate. These okay excellent news. i'm. I'm happy to say that i had the meeting with the heart doctor last and had a great conversation with the nurse who took my vital. Now i did lose some weight surprisingly again now at two thirty six and I then finally had to talk with the heart doctor. Pretty nice tie on blue tie on and you know we've talked in for me and Finals any show me my ass right. I would light to. I had to answer that. I had an arch heart. The heart doctor said it was perfectly normal. And i'm pleased about that all i had to have the problem may be in diety though. I'm happy about that so to play on around on how to go to all these gigantic tests and I'm happy as long as they do. You know the end the graham and all that crap but he did come to keep the number of Changed i think i will and you have a good personality for heart doctor. I really good personality. I like that kojak. A little bit but So i'm getting ready to lay for my ride to the second palace to palace. I'm happy thank god. I was just because that forty five and actually told him that. But i do. I all good though another us know. Tassell tell and god okay. Does this prestige. Ai have triumphantly. Thank god tied to the second palace and The had a really really good personality for heart. Doctor really good light dad and to this blue tie i guess he must have really liked to be upbeat. You know a lot of heart patients than everything like dad but his car to keep just in case things change and all that good stuff but other than that He don't see the reason for the test. That the co post covid clinton Me meador Take so thankfully thankfully no harsh is probably just and i eighty is stuff like dad but glad about dad I don't have to worry about harsh card issues and everything like that but you never can tell what this crazy life. But i'm happy happy about it. I mean i kind of wish that. I got the moderate scoliosis face. Bud go figure but other than Now my next adventure takes me to the hotel for the class clown and also maybe play a little bit at the casino plane and Thankfully right now not raining. Maybe later for me to do my business. Thank god again and now green on one wants to now ad saw Thankfully i was under the covering. When i went to wait for a ride and so i was good i was. I was a lot the blood in the sun. All that all that stuff. So i was definitely good definitely good. Oh thank god. That's now i just gotta do. I think i believe this the neurosurgeon next. I gotta do that now. That might be a problem. Mental health issues in that dealt. The neurosurgeon is may be the only problem with that. A guy though. Thank god my heart is okay. Thank god thank god..
"second time" Discussed on Sexy Unique Podcast
"This girl tessica Brown who didn't have very many followers was just like a casual Instagram user. She uploaded a video saying like shall bring her really tragic Saga where she used she would use after she had like properly done her hair and right had secured the ponytail George to like kind of shellac everything down. Yeah. He's a product called like got to be hair glue, but she ran out. So then she just grabbed like the nearest known adhesive off glue and she used that spray on her hair, but it fully just glued her hair to her scalp fuck in like in her life her. It's just like a helmet of hair with oh also tightly glued like a loan. Did she get like dirt? It was but she have to go to like the hospital very painful. She just she is now I think leaving the hospital but her hair was like that off for over a month, I think and she was like, let me just tell you guys what not to do and shared her story and she was obviously traumatized but also it was just funny to see her like a processing this in real time and then I just became invested cuz I was like, she could not get this glue out of her Funk when she like laughing at herself kind of but also crying yeah, where you understand the absurdity, but you're also like please for the love of God fucking help me. Yeah. She had tried everything to get it out. Like she would rub shampoo on there and it would just wash off here without even penetrating the adhesive layer. So then people were starting to like her post went viral people were offering her lots of suggestions wage. And then it looked like I mean, I think she was finally able to cut out the ponytail but that really was painful and her cuz I think it was just so tight on her scalp and also her scalp is like itching underneath glue. She can't like get to her scalp just doesn't wash know she thought she was going to have to just like fully shave her head. So she started a GoFundMe to like pay for wage jobs and I guess her goal was $1,500 but ended up raising $18,000 probably go off like that's amazing. Then finally a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon reached out was like I can disintegrate this glue like come to La come into the hospital and like I will get this off your head. Oh, yeah touch down yesterday or the day before or wheels down in La wheels down in LA to Beverly Hills you go. They went into the office and then I just watched the video this afternoon of her hair loose and her able to run off. Fingers through it and everyone seemed like there was a deep sense of relief. A cast Powers some of the world's best podcasts. Here's a show we recommend I'm Theresa Caputo and I am dying to tell you about my new podcast. Hey Spirit, most of you might know me as the Long Island Medium. Why do people even call me that? Well, I talked to the Dead Oh life is funny as she literally just said Theresa. He's a better husband because of me. Yeah, I can see that through this podcast. I'm going to connect guests with the soles of their departed loved ones and give them the keys that they've been searching for. I got to catch up with my friend Kim Kardashian West every brunch. We have this Armenian beeshee that totally brings our dad into the mix today. I had the pleasure of sharing my gift of make them late. I am so super excited for you guys to hear and.
"second time" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Americans understand double standards and when people in the right see and hear that sorta stuff they understand. They can't trust cnn. They can't trust the news. They get from it because they know their worldview isn't going to be honestly reflected. I mean cnn. Basically purged any pro-trump votes other than rick. Santorum who's not exactly the spokesman for anything supportive of the president the the republicans who were mostly the voices on cnn are uniformly aligned against the president cnn claims to be an objective news outlet. But it's not really anymore as someone who worked there. That's disappointing. I get a lot of friends that are have a lotta respect for the people who work there. But we've got an anchor at cnn. Say that people who support the president's policy support the clan and there's not a rebuke there's an incentive. There's an encouragement there. There's a desire to push that out an amplify to tell people. Hey you don't have to watch. Nbc msnbc come watch us. It's a ratings ploy the rates distrust and mistrust and news networks. If they want to help fix the country they've got to be mindful of that and do better themselves. I really found in the last number of years that the american media institutions are some of the least self reflective institutions in the world and there are some of the ones that actually need some deep self reflection if they wanna really help patch up whatever is left of a country that we have but none of them are interested in doing it because outrage gets more traffic and it's all a ratings ploy..
"second time" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"If the republicans in the legislature won't do this they kind of deserve what they get. Because it's something that's deeply popular with parents at this point. Parents want their kids to be able to go to school. The scientific research data shows that kids should be able to go to school. I guess we'll have to do it. Activists alert on this at some point. It's house bill. Sixty for west cantrell. This should passed legislature if the republicans are smart. they'll do it but republicans at georgia. Lately have a history of snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. It is eric erickson here. Glad to have you with me the phone number. If you wanna call in is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. The governor will be launching his state of the state speech here very shortly. I want to carry parts of it Will will tune in. And out of it i think so. Let me just pause here with with just a housekeeping note for all of you. So you know what's going on i now. I think we've got thirteen twelve or thirteen stations whereabouts. Pick up four more stations for sure. We may be picking up a fifth station. And i have said i would light this program to Slip beyond the state of georgia. I would very much like to grow the national footprint of this program. And while i i don't want to give up talking about georgia stuff i would do my best to relate it nationally I i very much still want to do national radio. And if i can figure out a way to make that work and balance it i would And starting to get some interest from around the the nation We've got a couple of stations. Reach out not georgia. That are interested in picking up the show and i'm going to have to work the balance. I know that because. I am georgia i am. I'm in middle georgia. I care passionately about what goes on in my state. I want to be able to do this if i could find way. You know for those of you who listen..
"second time" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Details here about what's happening in georgia from november through from november elections through january fifth in the georgia. Run off with the democrats won both seats the chairman of the georgia republican party. David shafer the president of the united states. Donald trump members of congress like merger taylor green other republicans outside voices like lynnwood. Sydney powell rudy. Giuliani have complained repeatedly that the election was stolen in georgia through edited footage doctored footage Nonsensical releases Thrown out data. That did not turn out to be true. Lists of names did not turn out to be true as false electors. They built an elaborate story in narrative about a stolen election in georgia and claimed that if brian kemp did not call a special session of the legislature to change the law before the runoff that the election would be stolen again as the election. Drew near and brian kemp refused to call a special session. They complain louder. Brian kemp the speaker of house. Lieutenant governor all came out and said there could be no special session because it was well settled legal principle. You can't call a special gesture session and changed. The rules of election already underway. It would be thrown out and not apply anyway. It was a waste of taxpayer dollars to do it. And it would do no good. Several members of the state senate continued to advance the fiction of a stolen election Senators brought jones and brandon beach. Brassica william lincoln and others have continued to advance this narrative of stolen in georgia there were hearings among republicans in the state senate where people came in and presented nonsensical fairy tales about the stolen election. One person came in claimed to have hacked the voting system in georgia. It was not true. It turned out that this person was someone who used a new name because in his old name he helped A caused a technological calamity in the nation and and hurt radio shack and was one of the precipitating events for radio shacks bankruptcy so he changed his name. He came in claiming he had hacked and The voting system in georgia which he did not do he was able to hack a polling pad. Which is what you use to check in in your in the election And the polling pads are connected to the internet so that it can be downloaded. Voter files can be downloaded. And then they're turned off before election day but he couldn't actually provide the documentation but based on what he said and described. It showed that it was a pulley bed. Not a dominion voter system machine..
"second time" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Ability to identify people's ethnicity including leaguers white has previously said that none of it's technologies was designed to identify ethnic groups. My wang is a senior china researcher. At human rights watch. I have looked at a response from various companies and a generally can say what we don't do that or we did. That was regrettable. I think some of these are pretty technical arguments in that. The technology is south of may not be detecting people's raise at the moment of detection but that in the system is so our link to such detection in the database. So let's say you're walking in front of a camera. The camera does not say that. You're a white person on the basis of your facial features but it is identify you with your features going back to the back end to identify that person and into chinese government database somewhere is as you are a white person because the i d actually the police system identifies as such so. This is how i think. They're making some technical arguments about wide. Technology might not be at that instant of detection actually identifying race. But even the way you describe it kind of triangulating facial recognition with other data. I mean do you believe that's in use now. And is that essentially the same thing out. The impact and the result is the same and these companies are essentially doing tenneco gymnastics to wiggle themselves out of responsibilities because the ministry of public security chinese police running this baked surveillance system across the country the purpose of which is social control off the entire chinese. A large part of that is a racist idea that all leaguers are dangerous and tracking them and identifying untargeted him throughout the country now these companies supplying various levels of systems that enable that to take place they are using the marketing material describing these functions as a result they are contributing to these abuses so regardless of what they actually say as long as chinese minister of public security Using video surveillance in that way they are supplying the police in this system. They are complicit in these abuses of white surveillance. Technology is being used in the us. I actually don't know as much about their business in the us. I would say that there has been an expansion of power technologies global elite and the concern is not just just one company. The concern is a whole range of technologies being used increasingly provided by companies based in china and behold to the chinese government so talking about how it is somewhat a bit of amiss focused when the focus should really be. What are we going to do. Much of the world is going to be depend on chinese technologies. We don't really know what really goes on there and can't hold. These companies accountable wanted to go little further on that. As you see these surveillance technologies propagate what thoughts occur to you. I think that often people fear and fear allows for deepening of the surveillance. Wedneday should be addressed through other means. I think that both in the us across the world we seeing in increased collection of data that is unrestrained and we could very well lose democracies if we don't get on top the further development of technologies that can subvert democratic. Liberties is a senior researcher on china for human rights. Watch thank you very much welcome. We'll be right back. You're listening to the world..
"second time" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Think think putin Why his using this chemical weapon to do. Do both kill me. And you know terrify others. Investigative journalists collaborated with navalny to track down who targeted him. Many signs pointed to the fsb the russian federal security service. They say the fsba agents were following the volunteers in the months before the poisoning. Here's who still a reporter with belling cat and investigative news organization. No alternative explanation could justify. Explain the close tailing by chemical weapons experts and by doctors of navalny plus the peaks in communication. Just before and after these trips the tail nevada. Right now navalny remains in berlin five months after he was poisoned but he said he'd return to russia as soon as he was healthy so today navalny posted announcement yardage moved. Navales said he feels healthy enough to go home. Go fly back to moscow on sunday. And he's called on his supporters to greet him at the airport. There's already speculation though that he could be arrested immediately but nevada said that for him returning home to russia is a no brainer. And by the way the airline that navalny will be flying on is called by via the russian word for victory for the world. I'm daniel offman just ahead on the show the. Who's attempts to get inside. China you're listening to the world. I'm marco werman you're with the world. The pandemic began a year ago in wuhan china this week. A team of scientists with the world health organization finally hits the ground in china for the first major investigation into sars covy to the mission has been mired in politics but scientists hope to finally gain important new details about the disease and it spread. There was a lot of. Gordon has been following the. Who mission who is on this team. Alana and what is the goal. So marco this is an international team of virus hunters from around the world and that includes scientists from germany australia japan vietnam russia the us lots of folks Marion cooperman's virologist from the netherlands. She's part of the team and this is how she explained to chinese television this week. The goal of their mission. We have been asked to take a deep look at the question. Can we understand how this pandemic started. What was the origin of the endemic. There are of course ideas about how great the virus originally has come from most likely bat reservoirs but give me some how reconstruct how exactly that happened. So this mission is looking into the origins of the virus where exactly it came from and how it made its way to humans. This can seem like a direct question but it can be complicated because like what animals might have been that intermediary animal that allowed the virus to make that jump. So how will they be able to figure something like that out so to start. There's a lot of mapping and reconstructing of what happened that begins in wuhan with that first outbreak. It's detective work. It's like piecing together information. What we know about that. I cluster of people who are infected Where to go from there. But they're also using much more scientific techniques something like genomic sequencing of samples of animals. Shaun griffiths is an emeritus professor at the university of hong kong. She's not part of this team. But i talked to her because she knows a bit about disease investigations. She was a lead on an international investigation of sars back in two thousand and three in hong kong. Can you piece together. This chain this chain of events by looking at that level. Can you use science to give you the answer. And marco griffiths says fifteen years ago information just didn't flow as quickly between countries as it does today but at the same time. They were able to investigate that outbreak. Much sooner than this group. Going to china today right so a lot of the submission is happening a year in the pandemic. Can scientists really get to the bottom of this. Many researchers refer to this kind of work as searching for a in a haystack. And so there's a lot to be careful about in building up the hype but any new they learn can be super exciting if it adds to an understanding of how the virus spreads. I talked with dr daniel lucy about this. He's not with the team. He's a hunter at georgetown. He even went to china on his own last year to try to learn more but says he just couldn't get access so lucy has so many questions about the outbreak. For example at the market in wuhan and we'll closely following what this team can actually learn now. Bare minimum consider obtaining hopefully full factual information about humans in about the live animals is a litmus test this hopefully accurate truthful factual information. I mean the. Who michigan alana had been delayed from china for so long. Us leaders have accused china of covering up the effort. There's obviously a lot of political tension here so could all this impede the mission of the. Who like you said. There's a lot of politics intention in all of this china's really been pushing this question of did the corona virus even originate there. So what the. Who says it's trying to do is make this as objective as possible. Even the appearance. Marco of politics being present Of looking to blame anyone for the outbreak can get in the way of honest communication on the ground. Mike ryan wwj's emergency operations director. He got really impassioned about this. This week lit this mission and let other missions about the science. Not about the politics. We are looking for the answers here. That may save us some future so more on all that to come. The world's gordon thank you. Thanks mike huawei is a leading chinese tech company. One of its specialties. Is surveillance technology and one group of people that the chinese government closely monitors is weaker. Some muslim minority in western china. Now come to light that a hallway patent for a video surveillance system mentions it's facial. Recognition.
"second time" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Official. Donald trump is the first. Us president to be impeached one week after the capitol building was attacked. People who study extremism are asking. What other violence could happen before. Biden's inauguration although are off until january twentieth. I'm marco werman. Also today canada reckoning with its own groups as twenty sixteen. We have in every single province in canada at least one american style militia and in ireland. The state apologizes to thousands of women and children. I apologize for the profound generational wrong. Visited upon irish mothers and their children went off a mother and baby home church run institutions those stories and more today here on the world. I'm marco werman you're with the world. Donald j trump has become today the first president in us history to be impeached two times. The final tally to thirty two to one ninety seven to impeach ten republicans joined the democrats in their vote. Meantime residents of washington. Dc or seeing thousands of national guard troops deployed across the capital to prevent violence in the days ahead now with just a week until the inauguration of joe biden as the forty six president. The impeachment vote also comes exactly one week after. The capitol building came under violent attack by extremist supporters of president trump. The world matthew bell has this look at today's impeachment proceedings has things got underway. This morning. The argument in favour sounded like this. This was not a protest. This was an insurrection massachusetts democrat. Jim mcgovern opened the proceedings inside the capitol building which he referred to as a crime scene. These were domestic terrorists. Mr speaker and they were acting under the orders of donald trump. The article of impeachment lawmakers is just four pages long it charges president trump incitement of insurrection against the government of the united states. Republicans argued against it. Here's tom cole. From oklahoma path to the traumatic events of last week the majority should be taking steps to united's instead they are only dividing further they are rushing to judgment my opinion and bringing up impeachment after failing to follow any meaningful process whatsoever call condemned the attack on the capital. He said trump's words from that day cannot be defended but he told fellow members of congress that they needed to slow down and think more clearly about the consequences of their actions as for the republicans call for unity democrat. Jim mcgovern had this to say what happened would never have happened. If everybody stood up and unity and called out the president when he was not telling the american people the truth when he was pushing a big lie we will never have unity without truth and also without accountability. With biden's inauguration next wednesday republicans said congress should move past the events of last week but one after another democratic house members spoke about the urgency of the matter. They say every moment. Donald trump is in office. The nation is endanger minnesota democrat ilhan omar. We cannot simply move past this or turn the page for us to be able to survive as a functioning democracy. There has to be accountability. We must impeach and remove the president from the office immediately so that he could not be a threat to our democracy but republican minority leader. Kevin mccarthy says impeachment is a mistake because it just fans the flames of partisan division. He also had this to say. That doesn't mean the president free from fault. The president bears responsibility for wednesday's attack on congress by mob rioters. He should have immediately denounced the mob when he saw what was unfolding. These facts require immediate action but president trump except to share responsibility quayle brewing unrest and ensure president-elect biden is able to successfully begin his term mccarthy said the conspiracy theory that antifa led the deadly attack on the capital is not true he said there should be a fact finding inquiry into what did happen but he described the impeachment effort as a partisan witch hunt the leading republican devote. Yes was representative. Liz cheney from wyoming ahead of today's debate she said there's never been a greater betrayal by the president of the united states for the world. I'm matthew bell new video surfacing from last week siege of the capitol building show. The attack was both chaotic and coordinated. Some of the rioters were earpieces to communicate with each other in this clip. A woman with a bullhorn maps out the building's floor plan with men in camouflage she tells them which window they need to break to gain entry into another room on the other side of store very they can't drop down.
"second time" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths
"I think it was Stephen Because by the time I started writing a new 65 and frankly will my hormones have gone. I couldn't remember being in love. I mean, I got some pictures but all the all the feelings are different when you're older and not in that for most of my characters dead. In time around either someone their partner has died or they're divorced and all of us carry back in touch with us. So when you meet someone and you're attracted off in this senior age group, it's no different from when you're younger and that you're still longing for tenderness and you've got a lot of love to give but sweet romance, you call it. Cozy romantic not code cozy meaning like you can sit by the fire and mediate sort of thing. Yeah. That's that's a term. I've heard more often, but I think I could be wrong. I'm sure people correct me but I think they basically are about the same thing. Okay, I guess. What I'm aiming for is what I like to read. I did not like to read stuff with a lot of sex and violence in it. So a sweet romance does not have took some violence. It has warmth and love and attraction and tenderness your families and animals and the English Countryside and fun and laughter and stuff that I love but it doesn't have the passion. It has more. I don't I don't know if you know the Books of Thomas Hardy's English writer. One of them is far from the Madding Crowd and there's a character called Gabriel Oak and he's talking to his love and he says and at home when we are by the fire whenever you. There I shall be and whenever I look up there will be you too. And there's more companionship of Love less passion more compact. Yes, yes, and we we talked about this a little bit..
"second time" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths
"What's number one should I don't know students romance. So has you know, Joe. And on the rod her partner inside get a facilitating the alliance of independent authors podcast just amazing stuff on there. So I had to listen to that song Joe said do you want to sell or do you want to just hold your book in your hand? And I said, well actually I think I'd like to sell cuz although the pension covers the basics God, I love to travel and I love having vacations overseas and visiting other cultures. So five years ago now to help me publish my first book and just this month November, we've just brought out the fifth one for a penny Appleton called some of your business wedding cake and I love that story and that's what attracted me to want to do this podcast in the first place because our world is so difficult. That it was ten years ago twenty years ago forty years ago and just the fact that you've had a great life several careers, you've lived in multiple places a great experience. Most people would hit retirement age and say wow. Okay, I'm done and you know, that's it. But you said yeah, what else can I do? That's the those are the stories. I've watched the capture and bring out in the podcast and you like embody that and the the fact that you changed from what you used to do, you know teaching and working for Hewlett-Packard and now writing it's not like you're you're just extending the career you had its total flip-flop. So that that to me I admire that I love that. Thank you. And I and you answered right? It was some I can you know, I've always journaled, but I've never written anything and meeting Jose books and now doing it myself as a name..